On Saturday, Corona Centennial added to his resume playing against top basketball opponents. The Huskies (17-3) made a cross-country trip to Massachusetts and won the Hoophall Classic at Springfield College 66-62 over New Jersey Camden.
Duke-bound Jared McCain made six three-pointers to finish with 27 points for Centennial. Aaron McBride added 11 points and Devin Williams 10.
Kentucky signs DJ Wagner led Camden by 27 points.
Foothill 62, Chaparral 53: Trying to field eight teams for the Southern Section Open Division basketball playoffs will be a guessing game for the next few weeks, but one team in the mix is Foothill, who won their 15th straight game. Foothill is 20-1 and owns a win over Rancho Christian. Travis Paleo scored 16 points and Carlo Billings had 15.
Dominguez 71, Viewpoint 44: Isaac Sowell had 33 points, 21 rebounds and six blocks for Dominguez.
Rolling Hills Prep 57, Inglewood 33: JV Brown finished the Rolling Hills Prep with 19 points.
Westchester 54, Peninsula 46: Michael Hill scored 17 points for the Comets.
Providence 76, Taft 73: Providence took the triumph at Village Christian.
Dorf Christian 64, Littlerock 46: Thomas Luczak had 15 points and made seven of eight shots for Village Christian.
Servite 60, Palisades 50 (2OT): In double overtime, the brothers prevailed. Aaron Balistrieri had 12 points for Servite.
Thousand Oaks 82, Cleveland 61: Trent MacLean finished with 21 points and 14 rebounds for Cleveland.
Mayfair 67, Esperanza 62: Desmon Botts had 24 points and eight rebounds for Mayfair.
Walnut 74, Arcadia 56: Malik Khouzam scored 23 points to become Walnut’s all-time all-time leader with 1,476 career points.
61 St. Monica, 60 Lynwood: Freshman Jason Crowe Jr. scored 41 points in the loss for Lynwood at Fairfax.
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 79, Oakwood 66: Caleb Foster finished with 24 points and Mercy Miller with 21 for Notre Dame.
St. Pius X-St. Matthias 62, Leuzinger 53: Tyrone Riley scored 20 points and sophomore Douglas Langford added 18 points to the win.
West Ranch 68, Grant 31: Andrew Meadow finished the tournament with 18 points and seven rebounds for West Ranch.
Luv 69, Fairfax 66: The Wildcats improved to 16-6.
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Sierra Canyon 67, Sidwell Friends (Washington, DC) 55: Despite Juju Watkins’ ankle injury that caused her to limp for much of the second half, the Trailblazers (19-0) went undefeated with a win at the Hoophall Classic. Watkins finished with 29 points and 14 rebounds. Mackenly Randolph had 22 points and 14 rebounds.
Westchester 64, Long Beach Poly 44: The undefeated Comets (19-0) showed they can beat Southern Section schools too. Mariah Blake scored 23 points. Andrea Perkins led poly with 18 points.
Luff 69, Corona Santiago 48: Skye Belker contributed 29 points and Olivia Lagao 16 for Windward.
Ontario Christian, 57, Bishop Montgomery, 55: Ontario Christian pulled out the win at Mater Dei.
Mater Dei 62, Sage Hill 50: In a battle between two of Orange County’s best teams, the Monarchs won on their home court. Caia Elisaldez and Addie Deal each scored 17 points for Mater Dei.
Brentwood 73, Los Osos 66: Amber Furch scored 24 points in a Norco Showcase game.
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Port of Newport 13, Laguna Beach 11 (OT): Newport Harbor rallied to win the Santa Barbara Tournament of Champions in overtime.
https://www.latimes.com/sports/highschool/story/2023-01-14/prep-basketball-roundup Prep basketball: Corona Centennial wins in trip to Massachusetts