It was Saturday night’s battle of the undefeated Ventura County basketball teams in the championship game of the Arroyo Grande tournament.
Oxnard and Thousand Oaks battled before Oxnard (9-0) won 69-65. Dominik Contreras finished the tournament with 24 points for the Yellowjackets and was named tournament MVP. Thousand Oaks fell back to 8-1.
60 St. John Bosco, 50 La Mirada: The Braves (9-0) won their tournament championship behind MVP Kade Bonam, a sophomore.
Oaks Christian 55, Heritage Christian 47: The Lions improved to 10-0 under sophomore coach Mark Amaral as they won the Oxnard Pacifica tournament. Stevie Amar was Tournament MVP.
55 Brentwood, 54 St. Anthony: The Eagles won their division at the Beverly Hills tournament, with Andrew Lubliner and MJ Coleman each scoring 13 points. The MVP was Jordan Houegban, who made the game-winning basket.
Corona Centennial 75, Bishop Gorman 53: Aaron McBride and Jared McCain each scored 15 points for the Huskies.
Harvard-Westlake 76, Arizona Ironwood 49: The visiting Wolverines (10-0) turned a two-point halftime lead into a loss. Brady Dunlap had 17 points and Jacob Huggins had 13 points and 11 rebounds.
Santa Margarita 80, Chula Vista Mater Dei 57: The Eagles improved to 8:1. Rockwell Reynolds scored 25 points and Ethan Rhee added 20 points.
El Dorado 73, Long Beach Millikan 71: Cooper Bladow, a 6-3 senior guard, scored 45 points for El Dorado.
Fairfax 69, Lynwood 68: Weston Maddox hit the game-winning shot for Fairfax. Isaiah Burton had 19 points. Freshman Jason Crowe Jr. scored 46 points for Lynwood.
Rancho Cucamonga 56, Gahr 49: Shadale Knight scored 28 points for 12-1 Rancho Christian.
Royal 62, Pacifica 27: Sophomore Ace Arnold scored 29 points for Royal.
Simi Valley 62, Ventura 41: Ryder Mjoen finished the tournament with 18 points for the Pioneers.
Duncanville (Texas) 94, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 77: The Knights couldn’t stay with the No. 1 team in Texas. Dusty Stromer had 32 points and Caleb Foster added 24.
Calabasas 77, Schürr 64: Gavin Murphy scored 38 points for Calabasas.
Basketball for girls
Etiwanda 74, Ontario Christ 51: The Eagles won the Troy Tournament Championship, improving to 9-0.
Brentwood 72, Lynwood 58: Lev Feiman led the Eagles (8-3) with 15 points.
https://www.latimes.com/sports/highschool/story/2022-12-10/oxnard-boys-basketball-unbeaten-arroyo-grande-tournament-title Prep basketball: Oxnard is 9-0 after winning Arroyo Grande tournament