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November 30, 2000

North Hollywood 49, Monroe 36--Kenny Hauser scored 18 points for the Huskies (1-1) in a consolation victory at Camarillo.

Will Savala scored 13 points for Monroe (0-2).

El Camino Real 64, Littlerock 61--Chris Manson had 15 points and eight rebounds for the Conquistadores (1-1) in a consolation victory.

Laquin Mitchell scored 19 for Littlerock (1-2).

Santa Paula 69, Ventura 51--Ernie Lopez scored 18 points for the Cardinals (1-1) in a consolation victory.

Trevor Robinson scored 17 points for Ventura (0-2).

In other games:

Westlake 78, Van Nuys 36--Kole Anderson and Eric Weidner each had 12 points and Brandon Duplessie scored 11 for the Warriors in a pool play game of the Saugus tournament.

Ron Coleman led the Wolves (0-2) with 12 points.

Westlake (1-0) outscored Van Nuys, 24-8, in the third quarter.

Ridgecrest Burroughs 75, Verdugo Hills 37--Leon Usher scored 14 points for the Dons (0-2), who were outscored, 24-7, during the first quarter of a Saugus tournament pool play game.

Garfield 55, Reseda 50--Forward Sergei Lepiashinski scored 18 points for the Regents (2-1) in a second-round game of the Venice tournament.

St. Genevieve 53, Armenian General Benevolent 51--Aras Apik scored 28 points but missed a 14-footer with four seconds left for the Armens (0-2) in a nonleague game at Armenian General Benevolent.

Pasadena Marshall 58, Burroughs 55--Keith Jarbo scored 16 points for the Indians (0-1) in a first-round game of the Hoover-Burbank tournament.


Harvard-Westlake 54, Tehachapi 26--Chantall Kazay had 12 points, eight rebounds and six steals to spark the Wolverines in the Antelope Valley tournament.

Lindsey Medders had six points and six assists for Harvard-Westlake (1-0).

Taft 64, Eagle Rock 33--Christina Aguinaga had 19 points and five steals, Schquay Brignac had 15 points, 10 rebounds and five steals, and the Toreadors (2-0) won in an Eagle Rock tournament quarterfinal.

Pasadena Poly 35, La Canada 33--Kim Gilmour scored 11 points and Erin McCoy added 10 for the Spartans, who led by four points with less than a minute to play but lost their opener at Pasadena Poly.

Cleveland 54, Franklin 37--Brynne Steward had 17 points and 14 rebounds, and Gloria Ross added 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Cavaliers in a semifinal victory at the Eagle Rock tournament.

Freshman Lindsey Blunt had 12 points, 10 rebounds and five steals for Cleveland (2-0).

Crescenta Valley 49, Canyon 39--Jeanine Deno had 21 points and had nine rebounds for the Falcons (1-0), who outscored Canyon, 10-2, in the second quarter of an Antelope Valley tournament game.


Rio Mesa 3, San Marcos 1--Jimmy Heathcote scored three goals for the Spartans (1-1) in a nonleague victory at San Marcos.

Calabasas 2, Oak Park 0--Danny Barth and Alex Rosenbloom scored for the Coyotes (1-0-1) in a nonleague game at Oak Park.


Oak Park 2, Calabasas 1--Courtney Crane one-timed a pass from Amy Poyer for the winning goal in the 50th minute of a nonleague game at Calabasas.

Cindy Verity tied the score, 1-1, in the 25th minute for Oak Park (1-0).

Erin Fitzpatrick scored in the 15th minute for the Coyotes (0-2).

Grant 2, Monroe 0--Carla Soriano scored in the 15th and 30th minutes for the Lancers in a nonleague opener at Monroe.

Granada Hills 1, San Pedro 0--Katie Deever scored early in the second half for the Highlanders at San Pedro.

Freshman Hypatia Runice made eight saves for Granada Hills.


Agoura 13, Ventura 0--Junior goalkeeper Graziella Caredda made 11 saves in her first varsity start for the Chargers at Agoura.

Erika Clark had three goals and one steal, and Joanna Antonsen had three goals and one assist for the Chargers (1-0).

DeDe Perram had two goals and two assists.

Santa Barbara 11, Harvard-Westlake 5--The Dons, defending Southern Section Division II champions, held two All-Southern Section Division III players scoreless in a nonleague opener at Harvard-Westlake.

Rosie Godlis shut down Courtney Quinn and Lauren Boreta defended Paloma Slezak.

Freshman Julie Spataru scored twice for the Wolverines.

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