Tuesday Boxscores: State champ La Verne Lutheran opens season with 114-15 victory

For your daily dose of results for boys and girls soccer, basketball, wrestling and girls water polo box scores, this is for you. During the week I will post box scores emailed or phoned into us the previous night. For you results to appear in the newspaper and on the blog, call your results to 626-962-8811, ext. 2233 or 2242 or email them to scores@sgvn.com. For Tuesday’s boxscores, click thread.

Above: Quinten Howell hit four free throws in the final 16.4 seconds Tuesday, helping Los Altos High School’s boys basketball team hold off pesky Whittier 74-65 in Pool D play of the Cantwell Sacred Heart of Mary Classic.

San Dimas tourney: Diamond Ranch High School’s girls basketball team scored the first 18 points of the game en route to a 70-37 victory over Rosemead on Tuesday during round-robin play of the Sherise Edmonds Memorial Tournament at San Dimas High.

Tuesday’s boxscore highlights
Boys Basketball: Mountain View’s Erick Martinez scores 22 points in 57-53 win over South Hills, improving the vikings to 6-1. Covina beats El Monte, 62-18
Girls Basketball: Taylor Anderson scores 18 for undefeated Bonita in 72-52 win over Los Alamitos in pool play of Ocean View tournament; St. Lucy’s beats Walnut, 46-29
Boys Soccer: Montview League play is underway, Ganesha beats Gladstone 2-1; Workman takes care of La Puente, 2-0.
Girls Soccer: Sierra Vista improves to 4-0 with 5-0 win over Sierra Vista.

Arroyo girls basketball tournament
Tonight’s quarterfinals

Downey vs. Arcadia, 3 p.m.
Charter Oak vs. Monrovia, 4:30 p.m.
California vs. Sonora, 6 p.m.
Sierra Vista vs. Bishop Amat, 7:30 p.m.

West Covina Boys Tournament

Don Lugo vs. Bassett, 4 p.m.
Damien vs. Monrovia, 5:30 p.m.
West Covina vs. Charter Oak, 7 p.m.
Note: Finals will be held Thursday through Saturday

San Dimas girls basketball tournament
Santiago vs. Claremont, 3 p.m.
San Dimas vs. Chino Hills, 4:30 p.m.
Gladstone vs. Antelope Valley, 6 p.m.
Fullerton vs. Rosemead, 7:30 p.m.
Note: Championship on Friday, 7:30 p.m.

La Verne Lutheran 114, Upland Christian 15

Travis Cutting 5, Matt Hubbard 3, Matt Sparggins 3, Josh Jacobs 3, Bradley Lemelin 1.
C.J. Cooper 17, Bruce English 17, Grant Jerrett 14, Cameron Osorno 12, McKay Anderson 12, Kevin Payne 10, Jay Miller 10, Brian Beard 9, Tide Osiseso 8, Mark Borgeson 3, Dean Lewis 2.
Records: Upland Christian 0-7, 0-1; La Verne Lutheran 1-0, 1-0.

Pool play
Covina 62, El Monte 18

Leo Olvera 10, Brandon Martinez 5, Nathan Peza 2, Jesse Gaytan 1.
Devon Solomon 15, Mike Peters 10, Justin Mason 8, Chris Sotelo 8, Matt Hicks 8, Deven Thompson 4, Nino Harrell 3, Edgar Campos 3, Justin Diaz 2, Mike Velasquez 1.
Records: Covina 4-3.

Mountain View 57, South Hills 53
Erick Martinez 22, Jeremy Acosta 13, Jonathan Benitez 12, Cesar Werena 3, Tony Munoz 3, Angel Aguilar 2, Joe Angelo 2.
Mikelle Cortez 18, Darrell Chapman 12, Kory Serna 10, Chris Porter 6, Cody Buckingham 3, Brock Newton 2, Dillon Hatch 2.
Record: Mountain View 6-1.

Pool play
Los Altos 74, Whittier 65

Sam Gamboa 22, Gary Matthews 19, Juan Quintero 10, Tim Gordan 9, Damien Salcedo 2, Alexis Carvajal 2, Kevin Mendina 1.
Alvin Tan 22, Mike Alley 16, Vance Valencia 10, Quinten Howell 10, Walter Lee 9, Hiroki Murakami 5, Gabriel Solorio 2.
Records: Whittier 4-5; Los Altos 3-3.

Ganesha 2, Gladstone 1

Ganesha scoring: Vicente Galvin (unassisted), Eduardo Martinez (Jesus Laguna). Gladstone scoring: Carlos Ramirez (unassisted.
Records: Ganesha 2-3, 1-0; Gladstone 1-2, 0-1.

Workman 2, La Puente 0
Workman scoring: Brian Rodriguez (unassisted), Kevin Carranza (unassisted)
Records: Workman 2-3-1, 1-0; La Puente 1-4, 0-1.

Pool play
Glendora 45, Montebello 20

Monique Mendible 4, Alexis Perez 4, Benadette Perez 4, Elizabeth Castillo 2, Jazmine Avila 2, Jazzmin Ruiz 2, Hillary Ramos 2.
Casie Lowden 14, Violet Montalvo 12, Emily Hoey 5, Natalie Swift 4, Alexis Meehan 4, Danielle Smith 2, Kelly Sera 2, Amanda Sisongkham 2.
Record: Glendora 2-5.

San Marino 48, Mountain View 11
Yu 10, Wong 9, L. Kunitake 7, Cohno 6, Lin 6, P. Kunitake 5, Law 5.
Sulis 5, Escobar 3, Martin 3.
Records: San Marino 6-5; Mountain View 1-5.

Pool play
Bonita 72, Rancho Alamitos 52

Eehay Wallace 26, Jade Faletol 9, Lina Femala 7, Breanna Patton 6, Ashley Cedallos 2, Christina Gomez 2.
Taylor Anderson 18, Nikki Wheatley 17, Madison Zylstra 11, Stephanie Vana 9, Reyna Sierra 4, Sarah Jackson 4, Ariana Abo 3, Brianna Kennedy 2, Stephanie Herra 2, Natalie Reyes 2.
Records: Rancho Alamitos 4-2; Bonita 6-0.

Pool play
Diamond Ranch 70,
Rosemead 37

Ivy Luong 8, Sydney Hua 7, Meldy Gauthier 6, Kim Hong 5, Christine Giang 4, Sasha Garcia 3, Sara Arden 2, Adrienne Morales 2.
Chelsea Barnes 27, Erika Williams 13, Tyvette White 12, Larandi Lowe 8, Alex Abregado 3, Deanna Alvarez 3, Sydney Cabellon 2, Cayla Freeman 2.
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Records: Rosemead 1-4; Diamond Ranch 3-2.

St. Lucy’s 46, Walnut 39
Amy McDill 13, Tricia Choy 7, Julie Robles 7, Angela Aie 7, Camilla Yuan 4, Menna Abaeze 1.
ST. LUCY’S (46)
Savannah Selby 23, Nicole Zugasti 12, Mary Sarafin 5, Brittany Young 4, Jackie Heron 2.
Records: St. Lucy’s 5-2.

La Puente 2, Workman 0

La Puente scoring: Xochito Gonzalez (unassisted), Arye Looney (unassisted)
Records: La Puente 3-3-1, 1-0; Workman 0-1

Sierra Vista 5, Azusa 0
Sierra Vista scoring: Lizbeth Rodriguez (Jessica Lopez), Jasmine Loera (Lopez), Jennifer Valenzuela (Lopez), Sandra Valentine (Rodriguez), Magali Moreno (Loera)
Records: Sierra Vista 4-0, 1-0; Azusa 1-3-1, 0-1.

San Dimas 4, Nogales 0

Charter Oak 3, Diamond Ranch 0

Diamond Bar 3, Fountain Valley 1

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  • GHigh

    Ganesha’s Girls program also won in their league opener in OT 2-0. Both goals scored by Junior Beatriz Velazquez. Shutout by Goalie Paulina Reynoso.

  • Wow how nice

    Wasn’t it nice of La Verne Lutheran to not win by 100 points? Enough said.

  • Here’s what is nice

    What’s nice is LVL’s former non-starting, bench players helping other schools win.

    Coach Cooper trained them well enough to start elsewhere…

    Nick Colletta at Glendora

    Isaac Thompson at Rowland

    Justin Mason at Covina

    Milton Williams and Josh Thompson at Don Lugo

    Enough said indeed.

  • Smiley

    To Here’s what is nice”: All of those kids that you mentioned could start (easily) at La Verne. The thing is you can’t have ten starters. Believe me, Coach Cooper is good, but they were well “trained” with their AAU teams well before they arrived at LVL. They all have a nice future ahead of them…they had to leave to showcase their talent. So…slow your roll just a bit. Secondly, why is Ontario Christian playing LVL anyway??

  • Now that is funny!

    Smiley, you are either on drugs or delusional or both! Not ONE of the kids mentioned that are no longer at LVL would crack the top 8 or 9 players on the current team!

    They would probably get time ahead of some of the freshmen, but wouldn’t take minutes from any of the upper classmen!

    Keep dreaming.

  • SAT

    proving what.

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