Etiwanda, St. Anthony win basketball tournament championships

November 24, 2019 0 By JohnValbyNation

Etiwanda and St. Anthony are off to fast starts and tournament champions in the opening week of the high school basketball season.

Etiwanda (5-0) won the I.E. Classic with a 81-43 win over Colony. Jahmai Mashack scored 23 points and Tyree Campbell had 21 points.

St. Anthony (4-0) won the Ryse Williams tournament championship, holding off Bishop Montgomery 48-45. Jadon Jones of St. Anthony was named tournament MVP. Bryan Mex scored 21 points for Bishop Montgomery.

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Loyola coach Jamal Adams earned his 300th coaching victory, getting it against good friend and former assistant coach Ryan Bailey in the Cubs’ 57-50 win over Brentwood. Colby Brooks scored 18 points.

Providence (4-0) won its own tournament championship with a 69-63 victory over Oak Park. Jordan Shelley had 20 points. Clark Slajchert led Oak Park with 30 points.

St. John Bosco defeated Santa Barbara 54-44, with Josh Camper scoring 16 points.

Harvard-Westlake defeated Washington Prep 67-46. Holden McRae had 11 points.

L.A. University defeated Narbonne in double overtime 53-50. Jermine O’Dell scored 16 points. South East defeated Crenshaw 54-52. KJ Bradley scored 40 points for Crenshaw.

Servite was beaten by Hillcrest 51-41. Tajavis Miller scored 15 points for Servite.

Kris Cook scored 15 points in Granada Hills’ 73-47 win over Knight.

Tesoro received 26 points from Matt DeAngelo in a 67-57 win over King.

Saugus defeated Peninsula 82-53. Adrian McIntyre and Nate Perez each scored 18 points.

Sherman Oaks Notre Dame defeated West Ranch 102-73. Ben Shtolzberg finished with 23 points.

Sylmar defeated Inglewood 87-63. Victor Martinez had 14 points.

Windward stayed unbeaten with a 77-20 win over Burbank. Sophomores Dylan Andrews and Kijani Wright had 17 and 16 points, respectively.

Renaissance defeated Taft 61-53. Khalil Haywood had 25 points for Taft.

Luke Powell had 29 points and 15 rebounds in Capistrano Valley Christian’s 76-52 win over Diamond Bar.

St. Francis defeated Artesia 82-52. Five players reached double figures, led by Andre Henry’s 14 points.

St. Margaret’s knocked off Pacifica 49-36. Charlie Wohlgemuth had 11 points.

Sonora upset Damien 77-74.