Prep Digest: Bishop Amat loses in championship of Covina tournament, plus tournament results from all over the Valley

Bishop Amat falls in Covina tournament title game: The Bishop Amat girls basketball team gave a bigger, faster, stronger, more experienced and more athletic Santiago squad everything it could handle before running out of gas late in the fourth quarter.
The Sharks (8-0) outscored the Lancers 16-2 in the last 4:45 of the game to clinch the Covina Tip Off Tournament championship with a 55-39 victory at Covina on Saturday night.

Arroyo Invitational

Montclair 53, La Canada 43

Jody Smith scored 12 points and Bobby Talamantes added 10 to lead the Cavaliers to the tournament title. Garrett Masada scored 20 points to lead the Aztecs. Also coming up big for Keppel was Cameron Wong with 13 points.
Third-place game
Keppel 52, Arcadia 42
Arcadia was led in scoring by Jeffrey Radzwill with 16 points.
Fifth place
Wilson 45, Bishop Amat 41
Matthew Ng scored 11 points and Brandon Miramontes had 10 for Wilson in the victory. Taylor Olvera hit six 3-pointers and finished with a total of 18 points for Bishop Amat.
Seventh-place game
La Salle 66, South El Monte 19
Jordan Hill was the leading scorer for La Salle with 15 points and Steffen Ghantous chipped in with 10 for the Lancers.
11th-place game
Arroyo 66, La Puente 45

Primitivo Gomez led the way for Arroyo with 29 points.

Charter Oak Tournament
Third-place game
Ayala 55, San Gorgonio 28

Josh Ramirez scored 17 points, including three 3-pointers, and added eight rebounds to lead the Bulldogs. Jared Ponce scored 14 points for Ayala.

De La Salle Tournament
De La Salle 43, Damien 39

Elliot Pitts led De La Salle with 22 points to secure the tournament title.
Jared Dizon made three 3-pointers and finished with 13 points for the Spartans.

Covina Tournament
13th-place game
Arroyo 52, Charter Oak 47

Arroyo (3-2) was led in scoring by Michelle Trieu with 14 points and Jessica Lupercio added 12 points. Marissa Suarez and Allison Strycula each had 13 points for Charter Oak (3-3).

La Habra Tournament
Workman 82, La Habra 65

Evelyn Herrera had 22 points and Jessica Mora 17 for Workman. Denis Gonzalez and Essence Pineda each had 14 points for the Lobos.

Azusa Tournament
Friday’s result
Rosemead 57, Los Altos 52

Rosemead (3-1) was led by Karina Brito with 18 points and seven rebounds. Veronica Areyaga had 20 points for Los Altos who drop to 2-3.

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  • Bonita Boys Basketball played in the championship game of the El Rancho Tournament in Pico Rivera and lost in OT to Warren 50 to 55.

  • Lobo Love??


    Did you really highlight Amat’s tournament loss over Workman’s tournament championship??? The Lady Lobos have been in the Championship game in their first two tournaments this year, winning last night against the host La Habra and narrowly losing against State/CIF champs St. Anthony in their tournament two weeks ago. They are 7-1 to start the year…… Where is the Lobo love????