Tuesday Recap: Cam Shelton and Justin Hemsley each have 22 points for Damien boys basketball victory

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Boys basketball
Damien 89, Upland 62 — Cam Shelton had 22 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists, Justin Hemsley had 22 points and 21 rebounds and Zeke Alley added 18 for the Spartans (22-3, 5-2) in a Baseline League win.
Bassett 50, La Puente 35 — Rudy Suarez had 16 points and Jason Pico added 13 for the Olympians (10-11, 3-4) in a Miramonte League victory.
Rosemead 56, Marshall 42 — Ivan Ip scored 18 points and Henry LeTruong added 13 for the Panthers (9-10, 6-3) in a Mission Valley League victory Monday.

Girls basketball
Bassett 41, La Puente 30 — Brianna Gomez had 10 points, Kassandra Aguilar added nine points and had nine rebounds and Ashton Casper had eight points, nine rebounds and four blocks for the Olympians (5-2) in a Miramonte League win.
Rosemead 32, Marshall 20 — Krystal Espinoza had eight points, 12 rebounds and seven steals, Megan Manriquez added seven and Amy Ung had six points for the Panthers (13-10, 6-3) in a Mission Valley League win Monday.

Boys soccer
Damien 2, Upland 1 — Wyland Worley and Corey Valdivia both scored for the Spartans (8-7-1, 4-3) in a Baseline League match.
Diamond Ranch 5, Walnut 1 — Anthony Vargas scored three goals and had two assists for the Panthers in a Hacienda League win Monday.

Girls soccer
Rowland 4, Northview 0 — Goalie Viktoria Kozak recorded a shutout, Braelynn LLamoca scored twice and Daniela Perez and Ruby Fernandez each scored for the Raiders (12-6-2, 5-2) in a Valle Vista League victory. Kozak has had five shutouts this season.
Garey 2, Pomona 1 — Veronica Alvarez scored with an assist from Anahi Chimal and goalie Iliana Gallegos scored on a penalty kick setup from Andrea Noguez for the Vikings (7-6-3, 5-1-1) in a Miramonte League win.
Gladstone 5, Workman 0 — Yvette Chavez and Melanie Elizalde both scored twice, Diana Roman scored and Amaya Rojas had an assist for the Gladiators (7-6-1, 3-3) in a Montview League match Monday.
Diamond Bar 2, Bonita 1 — Freshman Marissa Vasquez and junior Valerie Swisher both scored and freshman Valerie Araya had two assists for the Brahmas (5-10-4, 2-4-1) in a Palomares League win Monday.
South Hills 3, Ayala 1 — Skylar Robledo, Madison Warren and Isabella Valderrama each scored and goalie Deziree Valdez had four saves for the Huskies (10-8-1, 4-3) in a Palomares League win Monday.

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Read Aram’s Signing Day Preview: Tyler Nevens picks San Jose State late Monday

Monday Night Update: One of the last recruiting mysteries in the area was seemingly solved late Monday.
Tyler Nevens, the all-time leading rusher at Los Altos High School and one of the last undecided prized football recruits in the area, gave a verbal commitment to San Jose State via social media. Nevens was also considering Portland State and had five other official offers.

Former Los Altos coach Ziola can’t understand why Nevens doesn’t have better offers: “What it is that these guys are looking for, God only knows because I’m just a dumb-ass high school football coach,” Ziola said. “It doesn’t make sense to me how Stephen Carr can be a national recruit. And Zion Echols can be a national recruit. But Tyler Nevens can only get offers from the Big Sky and San Jose State.
“How that happens? The heck if I know. He certainly did on the field the same things those guys have done whereas the biggest kicker is that Zion Echols and Stephen Carr were surrounded (by) four or five other D-1 guys and they got to run against five and six-man boxes.”

By Aram Tolegian
Although most minds are made up and decisions already announced, there’s still a couple place in the area where mystery still exists entering Signing Day on Wednesday.
Los Altos High School is one of them. Conquerors running back Tyler Nevens has narrowed his top-two choices to Portland State and San Jose State, and is hoping for a late offer from Boise St. Whether that comes or not, Nevens is expected to sign on the dotted line with somebody on Wednesday.
“Like every kid, he would like to get a big-time offer, so if something comes in here late, that might change his mind,” said former Los Altos football coach Dale Ziola, who resigned after the season. “He’s really enjoyed the recruiting process with Portland State and San Jose State and those guys have done a really good job with him.
“He’s had some conversations with Boise State. over the weekend, but they haven’t offered him. They have one scholarship left and they’re trying to decide whether to use it for offense or defense.”

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Boys Basketball Rankings: Damien still No. 1; Los Altos, Bonita, Walnut follow

Boys Basketball Rankings
1. Damien (21-3)
— Only losses to Chino Hills twice and Mater Dei.
2. Los Altos (18-3) — Is on the Open Division bubble with five to play.
3. Bonita (16-5) — Perfect 6-0 in Palomares.
4. Walnut (17-6) — Hosts rematch with Los Altos on Wednesday.
5. San Dimas (15-8) — Two game lead in Valle Vista.
6. Workman (17-5) — Ready for playoffs to start.
7. Bishop Amat (17-5) — Drops to third in Camino Real.
8. Rowland (14-8) — Only two losses in Valle Vista to San Dimas.
9. Glendora (13-9) — Tied with Diamond Bar for third in Palomares.
10. West Covina (13-10) — Clings to third in tough Hacienda.

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Girls Basketball Rankings: Rowland No. 1; Los Altos-Walnut battle on Wednesday

Girls Basketball Rankings
1. Rowland (20-1)
— Need four wins to run the table in Valle Vista.
2. Los Altos (20-2) — Big game at Walnut on Wednesday.
3. Walnut (19-3) — Hosts Los Altos in revenge game on Wednesday.
4. Covina (20-4) — Gets another shot at Rowland next week.
5. Duarte (21-4) — Stretches winning streak to 12 and is 6-0 in Montview
6. Bonita (15-7) — Leads Palomares by game over Glendora, Diamond Bar
7. Diamond Bar (17-4) — Big 65-54 win over Glendora.
8. Glendora (19-4) — Falls out of Palomares lead with Diamond Bar loss.
9. Bishop Amat (16-7) – In second in Camino Real, two games behind St. Monica.
10. West Covina (15-9) — Nearly knocked off Los Altos last week.

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Girls Soccer Rankings: Glendora, Bishop Amat still dominate top spots

Girls Soccer Rankings
1. Glendora (15-3-1)
— Crushed South Hills 3-1 to remain perfect in Palomares.
2. Bishop Amat (18-3) – Cruising, perfect 6-0 in Del Rey League.
3. West Covina (9-2-8) – Still leads Hacienda after back-to-back ties.
4. Nogales (12-3-3) – Is on an eight-game unbeaten streak.
5. South Hills (9-8-1) — Struggling to stay above .500.
6. Rowland (11-6-2) – Part of three-time race chasing Valle Vista title.
7. Covina (10-5-1) – Consecutive 4-0 wins over San Dimas, Northview.
8. Los Altos (8-7-6) — Climbed to second in Hacienda.
9. Wilson (7-6) — Is tied for second in Valle Vista with Rowland, both 4-2.
10. Arroyo (8-5-5) – Is 4-0-4 in Mission Valley League.

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Boys Soccer Rankings: Big shakeup, Glendora, Nogales in top spots

Tribune Boys Soccer Rankings
1. Glendora (9-4-2) – Big games against Claremont looming.
2. Nogales (12-3-3) — Nobles a perfect 6-0 in the Montview.
3. Baldwin Park (12-2-3) – Knocked from No. 1 in 1-0 loss to Wilson, now only 1/2 game lead in Valle Vista.
4. La Puente (9-1-4) – Finally dropped first game, 3-0 to Garey.
5. El Monte (11-4-1) – Leads tight Mission Valley race.
6. Sierra Vista (10-6-3) – Lost two straight and three of last five.
7. Walnut (10-5-1) – Leads Hacienda by a game over Los Altos, Chino
8. Wilson (7-3-3) – Leaps to top ten with win over Baldwin Park.
9. Los Altos (11-6-2) – Four game win streak snapped in 3-2 loss to Diamond Ranch.
10. Mountain View (5-6-5) – Second in Mission Valley with 4-1-2 mark.

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Friday Recap: Bishop Amat boys basketball defeats St. Genevieve

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Boys basketball
Bishop Amat 57, St. Genevieve 53 — Jonathan Aguirre had 14 points and 10 rebounds, Hunter Benson scored 13 and Gjerrard Wilson added 12 for the Lancers (17-5, 4-2) in a Camino Real League win Friday.
Monrovia 60, Temple City 44 — Jayden Scott had 21 points and Rory Hare added 12 points, 12 assists and five steals for the Wildcats (13-11, 3-3) in a Rio Hondo League win Friday.
Webb 63, Baxter 24 — London Tyck scored 17 points and Stephen Chai added 11 for the Gauls (6-11) in a nonleague win Friday.

Girls basketball
Duarte 41, St. Bonaventure 16 — Ryley Thompson scored 16 points and Patricia Morris had 12 points and 15 rebounds for the Falcons (21-4, 6-0) in a Ventura Classic Shootout victory.
Wilson 46, Baldwin Park 26 — Miya Yi had 18 points and Calley Wu had 16 rebounds for the Wildcats in a Valle Vista League win Friday.

Boys soccer
Webb 3-6, Avalon 0-0 — Liam Gerken, Takim Myrhe and Parsa Ariane each scored and Wyatt Albert and Raian Ohtaka each had an assist for the Gauls, who won their first San Joaquin League match of the day. Gerken scored twice and had an assist and Lawrence Tsutsumi, Zach Hamman, Nick Jung and Luke Gonzalez each scored to lead the Gauls (13-1-3, 7-0) to their second league win. Also for Webb, Kellen Willmore had two assists and Myrhe had an assist.
Charter Oak 2, West Covina 1 — Jason Dominguez scored for the Bulldogs in a Hacienda League loss Friday.

Girls soccer
West Covina 4, Charter Oak 1 — Gianeece Serrato scored twice and Lauren Enriquez and Vanessa Benitez both scored for the Bulldogs in a Hacienda League match Friday.

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