Wednesday Recap: Rowland boys basketball get back in the groove, defeat Glenn 73-30

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Boys basketball
Rowland 73, Glenn 30 — Jonathan Hu had 15 points and seven rebounds and Anthony Lehr added 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Raiders in the final round of the Nogales Tournament. Curtis Hong had 12 points and Johnny Ho had 11 points for Rowland (6-7). Sean Nakama earned all-tournament honors.
Charter Oak 70, Wilson 69, 2OT — William Vest had 20 points and Tahji Bell added 19 points for the Chargers (6-5) in the final round of the Wilson Tournament. Justin Chan had 23 points for Wilson.
Bonita 61, Bishop Amat 49 — Joe Quintana had 20 points, eight rebounds and three assists and Tyler Poepping had 15 points and five assists to lead the Bearcats (9-3) to place third at the Covina Christmas Classic. The Bearcats had a 21-0 lead in the first half. Harrison Kay had 11 points for Bishop Amat (11-2). Quintana was an all-tournament selection.
San Dimas 48, Brea 39 — Ronny Rafeh registered 19 points and seven rebounds and Donnell Leffridge added nine points to lead the Saints (7-5) to place seventh at the Covina Christmas Classic. Leffridge was an all-tournament selection.
Diamond Ranch 56, Compton 47 — Ryan Haywood had 21 points and Roman Silva had 15 points and 13 rebounds for the Panthers (7-6) in the final round of the Torrey Pines Holiday Classic.

Girls basketball
St. Lucy’s 37, Ontario 32 — Dani Tostado had 16 points to lead the Regents (12-1) to the Ontario Tournament championship. The Regents’ Natalie Guillen was named tournament MVP.
Duarte 50, Crescenta Valley 39 — MacKenzie Barnes had 22 points, seven rebounds and five assists and Ryley Thompson added 16 points to lead the Falcons (11-2) to the West Coast Holiday Tournament victory.

Girls soccer
Rowland 5, Viewpoint 2 — Melissa Rodriguez scored three goals and Melanie Romero scored twice and had an assist to lead the Raiders (8-4) to the consolation championship at the Ontario Christian Christmas Classic. Romero and Daniella Perez were both all-tournament selections.

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