Hawthorne 77, Channel Islands 73--Donminic Ellison had 27 points, including four three-point baskets, for Hawthorne (14-11) in a I-AA game. Senior guard Stephane Brown led Channel Islands (20-6) with 22 points.
Muir 77, Camarillo 76 (OT)--Muir hit a three-point basket with three seconds left in overtime in the II-AA game at Camarillo. Camarillo led by as many as 14 points in the first half of the II-AA game, but Muir (21-4) rallied to tie the score, 72-72, at the end of regulation. David Harbour led Camarillo (15-8) with 33 points and David Nathaniel added 23.
Glendora 72, Agoura 64--Freshman Cameron Murray, the younger brother of UCLA'S Tracy Murray, scored a game-high 25 points to lead visiting Glendora in a II-AA game.
Glendora trailed for most of the game, but its pressure defense forced numerous turnovers in the fourth quarter as the Tartans outscored the Chargers, 23-15.
Dennis Fowler had 22 points for Agoura, which finished the season at 15-9. Sean Martin was held to 13 points and Eddie Corridori had 12 before fouling out.
Rio Mesa 48, Righetti 45--Senior guard Manuk Kayaoglu scored 19 points to lead Rio Mesa in a II-A game against host Righetti (9-15).
Greg Bellman added 13 points for Rio Mesa (13-13), which converted 18 of 25 free throws.
Alemany 76, La Serna 62--Host Alemany outscored La Serna, 22-9, in the second period to take a 47-25 halftime lead. The Indians extended their lead to 66-37 after three quarters, but La Serna closed to within 10 points in the fourth period in the III-AAA game.
Will Burr scored a game-high 28 points, including five three-point baskets, and Richard Dice had 20 for host Alemany (12-16).
Notre Dame 78, Calabasas 62--Bob DaCorsi scored nine of his game-high 23 points in the fourth quarter to help Notre Dame (22-4) in a III-A game at Calabasas.
Notre Dame led throughout the game, but the Coyotes (11-12) cut the lead to 52-50 early in the fourth quarter. Notre Dame led, 61-55, when Calabasas' Greg Waugh (nine points), a 6-foot-8 senior center, fouled out with four minutes remaining. Teammate Chuck Sergis (16 points) fouled out one minute later.
Montclair Prep 91, Capistrano Valley Christian 55--Visiting Montclair Prep (20-4) opened a 20-8 lead in the first quarter of a V-AA game. Chris Sanger led Montclair Prep (20-4) with 17 points.
Campbell Hall 57, Holy Martyrs 53 (OT)--Host Holy Martyrs roared back from a 16-2 first-quarter deficit and sent the V-AA game into overtime before foul trouble crippled any chance of winning.
Holy Martyrs (14-8), wracked by foul trouble, finished the game with just three players on the floor.
Junior guard Austin McKellar scored a game-high 25 points to lead Campbell Hall (22-3).
Camp Kilpatrick 81, Woodcrest Christian 74--Charles Bethea scored a season-high 35 points and added seven assists to lead the Mustangs in a V-AA game at Woodcrest Christian in Riverside.
Brethren 56, Providence 37--Hagop Yaglian scored a game-high 16 points--including 13 in the second quarter--but Providence shot only 33% from the field in a V-AA game at Brethren.
Ribet Academy 133, Highland Hall 17--Jaiquin Moore scored 36 points to lead top-seeded Ribet Academy (25-2) to a V-A rout at home. Jon Klejnot scored seven points for Highland Hall (12-9).