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Wilson's Final Shot Lifts Cleveland Over Serra, Into Semifinal

December 28, 1985|DAVE DESMOND | Times Staff Writer

Chaminade High had to call all over California to stock its basketball tournament with the best high school teams available.

But if it wanted a star, one that would stand out above the rest, it needed to look no farther than a few miles down the road at Cleveland. Cavalier center Trevor Wilson has been turning the 16-team tournament into a personal showcase.

Friday night at Chaminade, the 6-8 senior scored 32 points, including a game-winning 12-footer with three seconds left, to give Cleveland a 76-75 victory over Serra in the championship quarterfinals. Wilson scored 46 points in the Cavaliers' first-round win over Calabasas.

Wilson scored 18 points in the first half, but ran cold in the third quarter, missing all five of his shots. He came on to score 14 in the fourth quarter, however, hitting 5 of 9 shots.

"In the clutch, the good shooters come through. I guess that's what I did tonight," Wilson said.

He finished 12 of 29 from the field and had 11 rebounds.

James Moses, a sophomore transfer from Alemany, had 17 points for Serra, and teammate Keith Malone added 27.

Cleveland (4-4) will meet Oakland Bishop O'Dowd in a semifinal game tonight at 7:30.

Chatsworth 55, Chaminade 46--Chaminade bowed out of its own tournament after blowing a 26-22 halftime lead against Chatsworth.

Chaminade (7-3) increased its margin to 34-26 before the Chancellors (3-3) rallied to outscore the Eagles, 17-4, at the end of the third quarter.

The Eagles were forced to foul in the fourth period and Chatsworth pulled away by hitting 12 of 16 free throws. Neil Coffman paced the Chancellors with 16 points, while Kevin Black scored a game-high 19 for Chaminade.

Chatsworth will play Bishop Montgomery at noon today in one consolation semifinal.

Bishop Montgomery 76, Montclair Prep 64--Ramses Reynoso and James Taylor led Bishop Montgomery (5-5) with 22 points each.

Brian Moss paced the Mounties (5-3) with 20 points, while teammate Todd Bowser added 17.

Calabasas 81, Crossroads 76--Junior guard Steve Ward scored 38 points and teammate Jon Perlstein added 27 for Calabasas. The Coyotes (7-4) will meet Burbank today at 1:30 p.m. in the other consolation semifinal.

Burbank 60, Jefferson 42--Senior guard Tom Clansen scored 18 points to lead Burbank (4-4). Tyson Manning added 12 points for the Bulldogs.

Other results: Fairfax 83, Murphy 45; Oakland Bishop O'Dowd 63, Fresno Edison 52.

CLEVELAND--Wilson 32; Shofner 15; J. Manlinguis 6; A. Anderson 2; Greer 6; King 3; Fann 12.

SERRA--Moses 17; Malone 27; Darvin Jackson 7; Greg Hunt 14; Manego 2; Hailey 2; Darryl Jackson 2; Greg Tate 4.

CHATSWORTH--Coffman 16; Powdrill 13; Goldman 2; Tulino 10; Mizuno 9; Richards 2; Keener 1; Finley 2.

CHAMINADE--Chandler 12 and 5 assists; Black 19 and 8 rebounds; Stuber 4; Siciliano 7; Gehl 4.

MONTCLAIR PREP--Moss 20; DeRoven 12; Bowser 17; Quick 14; Hauser 1.

BISHOP MONTGOMERY--Reynoso 22; Taylor 22; Sale 6; Dell Amico 13; Dreher 9; Viter 2; Aki 2.

CALABASAS--Perlstein 27; Marchalk 8; Drezner 2; Jaquet 4; Ward 38; Fitzgerald 2.

CROSSROADS--Davis 17; Pasco 7; Rudolph 23; Wolfe 16; Brown 10; Bailey 3.

BURBANK--Manning 12; Beckner 9; Chandler 5; Clansen 18; Velasco 1; Van Dam 8; Buck 3; Peters 4.

JEFFERSON--Nixon 6; Williams 6; Brown 6; Dickerson 7; Stevenson 5; Richardson 4; Mendoza 2; Hicks 6

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