Boys Hoops Results: Damien 59, Chino Hills 50

The Inland Insider, Tom Kiss, wraps up Damien’s win over Chino Hills

Damien wins: - A mass of shaving cream wasn’t the only thing Matt Dunn had to wipe off his face Friday night. There was probably a smile under there somewhere after the Damien boys basketball coach led his team to a 59-50 victory, the first victory at Chino Hills in the history of Damien’s program.

Northview wins: Junior Treavon Francis scored 22 points, including 18 in the second half, and senior Brian Johnson had 19 as host Northview took early control of the league race with a 66-57 victory over Nogales on Friday.

Friday’s Boys Basketball results
Sierra League
Damien 59, Chino Hills 50
Ayala 56, South Hills 46
Del Rey League
Bishop Amat 57, Serra 49
Valle Vista League
Northview 66, Nogales 57
Baldwin Park 49, Wilson 41
Hacienda League
Bonita 57, Walnut 34
Diamond Bar 67, Rowland 61
West Covina 53, Los Altos 46
Mission Valley League
Mountain View 48, Arroyo 40
Montview League
La Puente 52, Ganesha 35
Sierra Vista 49, Gladstone 29
Note: For Boxscores, click thread
Pro Bass tournament of champions
La Verne Lutheran 74, Greater Atlanta Christian 61


BOYS BASKETBALL
DEL REY LEAGUE
Bishop Amat 57, Serra 49

BISHOP AMAT (57)
Daniel Rodriguez 19, Tyler Hill 16, Joseph Cook 10, Jeff Davis 5, Nate Burchardt 4, Jacob Caropino 3.
SERRA (49)
Dakare Tucker 19, Kajon Mack 13, Marquis Lee 10, George Farmer 3, Ronnie Stevens 3, Cameron Hailey 1.
Records: Bishop Amat 14-5, 2-0; Serra 6-10, 1-1.

HACIENDA LEAGUE
Diamond Bar 67, Rowland 61

DIAMOND BAR (67)
Steve Goytia 22, Jon Batlin 8, Brandon Huang 8, Joey Martinez 6, Jon Muoz 6, Frank Martinez 4, Marcus Favela 4, Jon Contreras 3, Christian Manalo 3, Mike Lee 3.
ROWLAND (61)
Sharif Watson 26, Derrick Mar 13, Isaac Thompson 10, Joseph Dionisio 4, Andrew Thadros 2, Michael Ball 2, David Lee 2, Saeed Montoya 2
Records:Diamond Bar 9-11, 1-3; Rowland 13-5, 3-1.

West Covina 53, Los Altos 46
LOS ALTOS (46)
Alvin Tan 26, Vance Valencia 7, Quinten Howell 6, Walter Lee 4, Hiroki Murakami 3.
WEST COVINA (53)
Robert Poce 15, Stanley Tran 13, Danny Gonzalez 8, Jared Valdiviez 5, Michael Onyian 5, Brian Fortuna 4, Andrew Torres 2, Kevin Martinez 1.
Records: Los Altos 7-10, 0-3; West Covina 4-13, 1-2.

MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE
Mountain View 48, Arroyo 40

ARROYO (40)
Mark Roch 12, Sam Altoloka 12, Primitivo Gomez 8, Jacob Meredith 8.
MOUNTAIN VIEW (48)
Eric Martinez 13, Jeremy Acosta 12, Tony Muoz 7, Cesar Yerena 6, Jonathan Benitez 5, Joe Angelo 3, Angel Aguilar 2.
Records: Arroyo 8-10, 1-1; Mountain View 15-3, 2-0.

MONTVIEW LEAGUE
La Puente 52, Ganesha 35

GANESHA (35)
Alfonso Diaz 13, Aaron Gaudling 9, Esteban Llanas 5, Derrick Anderson 5, Anthony Whiteside 3.
LA PUENTE (52)
Brandon Rios 11, Marco Poce 9, Javier Lopez 7, Juan Cruz 7, Michael Garcia 6, Kevin Chenet 4, Edgar Penalova 2, LaRay Lunden 2, Thao Do 2, George Salcedo 2.
Records: Ganesha 4-6, 3-1; La Puente 8-6, 4-0.

Sierra Vista 49, Gladstone 29
SIERRA VISTA (49)
Andres Monteon 12, Ray Shawn McCarthy 8, Bernardo Pagovich 7, Mike Ayala 7, Fernie Hernandez 6, Herman Pech 2, Cristian Mercado 2, Josh Rodriguez 2, Jason Rico 2, David Flores 1.
GLADSTONE (29)
Joe Fernandez 11, Ben Reaxes 10, Erik Martinez 6, Vincent Delgado 2.
Records: Sierra Vista 9-9, 3-1; Gladstone 4-8, 0-3.

SIERRA LEAGUE
Ayala 56, South Hills 46

AYALA (56)
Andrew Ortiz 26, Josh Ramirez 13, Jared Poce 9, Matthew Poce 5, Sean McMullen 3.
SOUTH HILLS (46)
Mikelle Cortez 13, Darrell Chapman 10, Korey Serna 10, Jeriko Santos 7, Chris Porter 6.
Records:Ayala 12-5, 2-0; South Hills 0-2 (league).

Damien 59, Chino Hills 50
DAMIEN (59)
Chris Reyes 21, J.P. Chakbazof 13, Ryan Tatera 7, Gian Demano 6, Clayton White 6, J.J. Pavia 6.
CHINO HILLS (50)
John Richman 15, Deion Page 9, A.J. Hecox 9, Warren Ondatje 7, Cameron Curry 5, Mike Sorenson 3, Wesley Ondatje 2.
Records: Damien 15-1, 2-0; Chino Hills 15-4, 1-1.

VALLE VISTA LEAGUE
Baldwin Park 48, Wilson 41

WILSON (41)
Josh Nelson 12, Jeffrey Niba 8, Matt Ng 7, Neuman Lee 5, Brandon Miramonte 5, Jared Ongliong 4.
BALDWIN PARK (48)
Jimmy Ramirez 12, Alex Baron 12, Gabino Sandoval 11, Andy Medina 4, Drake Guillen 4, Alex Delgado 3, Danny Lopez 2.
Records: Wilson 8-9, 1-3; Baldwin Park 14-4, 3-1.

Northview 66, Nogales 57
NOGALES (57)
Ray Santos 24, James Santiago 13, Chris Atkins 8, Jesus Orellana 7, Joey Ng 3, Errol Romney 2.
NORTHVIEW (66)
Treavon Francis 22, Brian Johnson 19, Nick Fuentes 15, Mark Suyat 5, Danny Johnson 3, Will Mitchell 2.
Records: Nogales 9-10, 2-2; Northview 17-3, 5-0.

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  • tcbruin

    Amat game was awesome to see. Too bad there were not more Amat fans there. Hags was there and enjoyed it. Any one see Nieto?

    Erttle ACTUALLY coached, the team executed superbly. Joseph Cook really came alive tonight!

    Serra has some great athletes, BUT Amat was the better TEAM tonight! Serra coach needed to press earlier once the game was getting out of reach.

  • Lancer

    Where has this team been all year long? #3 Daniel is the heart and soul of the team. You are a joy to watch play. Good luck at the next level tonight you and and the rest of your team made the nation proud. GO BLUE!!!!!

  • Lancer

    Where has this team been all year long? #3 Daniel is the heart and soul of the team. You are a joy to watch play. Good luck at the next level tonight you and and the rest of your team made the nation proud. GO BLUE!!!!!

  • What?

    Damien looked great against chino hills. But really when are they going to play Lutheran? I really want to see how they match up.

  • fredj

    I know, it really makes no sense that with the great teams in La Verne — Damien and Bonita, that a game against Lutheran can’t be scheduled. Heck, I’d settle for Damien against Bonita at this point. At least Damien and Bonita are in the same playoff division, wouldn’t it be great if they met up in the playoffs?

  • ole hickory

    My sentiments precisely Lancer and tcbruin….it all goes to that famous saying …when yo play as a team…YOU WIN AS A TEAM. GREAT TEAM(stressed) Defense last night against the 2 time defending STATE of CAlifornia Champions.(Kudos to #3 and 21 for clutch shooting and #5,20 and 31 for their disciplined and unselfish play) Serra got off to a slow start this year due to the fact that State football playoff kept 4 starters and 2 top ten players away until 3 to 4 weeks ago…from what I saw Serra has plenty of athleticism and height(3 players 6’8″ or better and they all play}, unfortunately the much smaller Amat team Played GREAT TEAM DEFENSE, I just had to say that again and Serra came up short. However early in the 4th quarter Serra was down by as many as 17 and their full court pressure made it closer. I wonder how Serra will far tonight against Lutheran, the SG valley’s #1 Team…My prediction… Serra by at least 10 as I have seen Lutheran play they don’t have the number of horses that Serra has…

  • ole hickory

    OOOPS!!!!

    Right now I am feeling like OLD Hickory!

    I got alittle ahead of myself….Serra plays Price tonight not Lutheran….Sorry for the misstep!

  • Tech Support

    Just wanted to say that over on the other side of the Valley Bosco Tech is putting together their best season in a while at 14-4 (1-1). I would post it on the Star blog but Miguel hates blogs. And apparently basketball.