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Boys' Basketball Playoff Roundup

February 21, 2001|From Staff Reports

Anaheim Canyon 103, Lancaster 95--The Eagles were eliminated in a shootout at Anaheim.


Chaparral 46, Westlake 45--Juan Castro scored his only points of a second-round game on a bank shot with 1.9 seconds left to lead the Pumas (22-7) to victory at Chaparral.

Westlake's Devin Entrikin, who finished with eight points, missed three free throws in the final 11 seconds. Tyler Adamcyzk had 12 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Warriors (15-10).


Compton Centennial 75, Chaminade 74--Roscoe Biggers made two three-pointers in the last 17 seconds, including one at the buzzer, to lift the host Apaches (17-14) to a quarterfinal victory.

The Apaches made 14 of 16 free throws in the fourth quarter. It was the second consecutive season the Eagles were eliminated by Compton Centennial on a last-second shot.

Jordan O'Gilvie scored 25 points and Scott Borchart added 20 for Chaminade (19-9). Both players fouled out with less than 2:30 remaining.

Cleveland-transfer Anthony Davis led Centennial with 28 points.


Oak Park 46, Orange Lutheran 44--The Eagles rallied from 13-point third-quarter deficit, finishing with a 27-12 run, to win a quarterfinal game at Oak Park.

Jason Adams had 16 points and 13 rebounds, and Daniel Jensen scored five of his eight points in the final quarter, when the Eagles (19-8) held Orange Lutheran (14-12) to one field goal.

Crespi 54, Cerritos Valley Christian 49--Andrew Moore had 19 points and the Mission League co-champion Celts advanced to the semifinals for the second time in three years with a victory at Cerritos Valley Christian (18-11).

Crespi (21-6) outshot the Crusaders, 47% to 28%, and reached 21 victories for the first time since 1982.

Charlie Shiebler and Kingsley Anyanwu each scored 15 for Crespi, which made 19 of 24 free throws.

St. Paul 64, St. Bonaventure 46--Wade DeSmidt had 12 points, 10 rebounds and nine blocked shots, but St. Bonaventure (18-7) lost a quarterfinal game at St. Paul.

Rudy Serna scored 20 points, including six three-pointers, and Dontae Holloway added 16 points for the Swordsmen.

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