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Monday's Other Results Around SoCal--(Dec. 2, 1998)

Monday, we published that insanely long list of games and tournaments, never thinking for a minute that we'd possibly find much information the next day on the results. We only managed to get scattered results for the many games played Monday, and actually by week's end may have a more complete picture once we are able to get all of the box scores for the season openers.  For now though, here's what we have:

Loara Tournament:

Loara 64, Esperanza 62--Loara's Trevor Holton hit a 17-foot shot with 18 seconds left in the fourth quarter to clinch a 64-62 victory over Esperanza in the first round of the National Sports Grill boys' basketball tournament Monday at Loara.  Holton's shot gave Loara a 64-60 lead. Esperanza rallied from a 53-41 deficit going into the fourth but missed a shot at the buzzer. Esperanza's Patrick Lefler had 17 points and Jonathon Steven 16.  Herbert Garcia scored 13 points for Loara (1-0).

Woodbridge 72, Lakewood 38--Brent Weiss scored 18 points and Josh Burgess had 12 to lead Woodbridge (1-0) in the first round.

Bolsa Grande Tournament:

Bolsa Grande 68, Santa Ana Valley 51--John James scored 27 points, 17 of those in the second half, and had 17 rebounds to lead Bolsa Grande.

Katella 61, Savanna 57--Katella was able to hold off a fourth-quarter charge by Savanna for the first-round victory. Robert Abercrombie had 22 points for Katella. Simon Brown had a game-high 28 points for Savanna.

Buena Park Tournament:

Buena Park 68, Rancho Alamitos 57--Willie Montgomery scored 13 points for Rancho Alamitos, which blew a 10-point lead going into the fourth quarter. Deandre Gibson scored 23 points for Buena Park.

Orangewood Academy Tournament:

Orangewood 61, Banning Twin Pines 30--Starly Alverado scored 28 points for Orangewood.

Nonleague:

Fountain Valley 72, Tustin 65 (OT)--Guard Ryan Moreau scored 31 points including eight in overtime for host Fountain Valley. Jeff Greenfield (10 points) made a basket with 10 seconds in regulation to tie the score, 58-58.

Harvard-Westlake 80, Moorpark 67-- Charles Gillig (6'-6" Sr. SF/SG) scored 29 points while sinking 10 of 16 shots from the field.    Russell Lakey scored 18 points and Dan Kinzer 11 for the Wolverines, who also received an encouraging performance from freshman point guard Craig Weinstein, who contributed some needed ball handling.  Moorpark was led by junior guard Todd Tomlinson, who scored 27 points but made only 11 of 31 shots from the field.

Alta Loma 60, San Gorgonio 50--Behind a big second half, the Alta Loma High School boys basketball team opened the new season with a 60-50 nonleague victory over San Gorgonio Monday night in San Bernandino. Adam Parada led the Alta Loma attack with 13 points and nine rebounds. Adam Dohner added 13 points as well for the victors, who outscored the host team 33-18 over the final
two quarters.


Pomona 71, Chaffey 66--Shomari Sarpy had 19 points for Pomona and Aaron Thomas scored 16 in the season opener. Others scoring were Holden 6, Lett 2, Lee 4, Shelby 9, Hall 2, Gilmore 3, Kerr 6,  and Jones 4. Despite 25 points from John Turner, and a 33-point fourth quarter, Chaffey still lost.

Ayala 73, Serra 65-- Marcel Burke led all scorers with 21 points, and added eight rebounds and four assists, and Chris Pacana added 19 points, 14 of which came in the first half, to help Ayala build an early lead. Jack May had 15 rebounds to go with his 13 points, as Ayala wins their first game of the season.

Ontario  56, Nogales 38-- Mike Niles led all players with 15 points, and added 5 rebounds, Chris Burns dominated underneath with 12 points, 16 boards, and six blocks, and Micah James added 12 points and five assists to lead Ontario (1-0) over Nogales (0-1) in a nonleague match.

Rancho Cucamonga 67, Walnut 43--Highlights: Derick Andrew helped jump-start the Cougars' offense with 14 points and seven assists, and Ron Rodgers added nine points and ten boards as Rancho Cucamonga starts the season off with a win
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