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THE PREPS : Garden Grove League Basketball : Free Throws Ensure Bolsa Grande Win

January 30, 1988

Bill Maurer made both ends of a one-and-one with seven seconds left to clinch a 70-67 victory for Bolsa Grande High School over Pacifica in a Garden Grove League boys' basketball game Friday at Pacifica.

Pacifica led, 65-58, with four minutes left but Pacifica cut the lead to 68-67 on Joe Small's basket with 14 seconds left. But Maurer was fouled and made both shots to score his only points of the game. Jim Usey missed a desperation shot as time ran out for Bolsa Grande (13-7, 6-4).

Jeff Banks scored 18 points, Greg White 17, Victor Ledesma 13 and Dustin Bonham 11 for Pacifica (6-13, 4-6).

In other Garden Grove League games:

Rancho Alamitos 59, Garden Grove 48--Rancho Alamitos opened an 18-8 first-quarter lead in the victory at home. Rancho Alamitos hit 19 of 26 free throws. Tim Pavelec scored 17 points, Gary Lira 10 and David Green 13 for Rancho Alamitos (6-11, 5-5). Steve Sylvester scored 15 and Ronnie Rhines 13 for Garden Grove (5-15, 4-6).

La Quinta 58, Santiago 42--Scott Campbell had 15 points and 7 rebounds to lead La Quinta (13-7, 6-4). The Aztecs outscored Santiago, 19-8, in the third quarter to take control of the game. Kenny Bennett scored 10 points for La Quinta. Jardine Diamond had 11 points for Santiago (1-14, 0-10).

Kennedy 73, Los Amigos 64--Kennedy had five players score in double figures, led by Michael Keith's 22, at Los Amigos. Keith also had 12 rebounds. Wendell Lauderdale had 10 points and 10 assists for Kennedy (13-7, 9-1). Carlos Palomino had 16 points and J.J. Jenkins 13 for Los Amigos (9-9, 6-4).

For the Record
Los Angeles Times Sunday January 31, 1988 Orange County Edition Sports Part 3 Page 11 Column 3 Sports Desk 1 inches; 25 words Type of Material: Correction
Pacifica High School beat Bolsa Grande, 70-67, in a Garden Grove League basketball game Friday night. The winning team was incorrectly reported in Saturday's edition of The Times.

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