Late updates for a busy Wednesday ….

He’s healed!: Glendora guard Dominic Tiger-Cortes, who was thought to be out for 4-6 weeks with a broken toe, played Wednesday night. He entered the game in the second quarter and played limited minutes, scoring six points. Evidently, Tartans coach Mike LeDuc was told by a doctor to limit Tiger-Cortes to 2-4 minutes at a time.

Bench clearing brawl, cops respond: I have very limited info about a bench clearing brawl tonight at the Duarte vs. Workman boys hoops game. All I’ve heard is that the cops had to escort Workman out of Duarte HS. If any bloggers want to add some credible info to this, please do so below. I will follow-up on it tomorrow.

Amat linebacker Carlton Fletcher headed to West Point: Bishop Amat linebacker Carlton Fletcher will sign a letter of intent to play at Army next season. Fletcher is reportedly the first Amat football player to attend West Point.

I met Randy: Yep, loyal blogger “Randy” was at Wednesday’s Diamond Bar-Glendora boys hoops game watching his Brahmas get a big road win over the Tartans.

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