The La Cañada High School varsity boys’ basketball team competed in the Chaminade Tournament last week and finished with a 2-2 record.
The Spartans defeated Taft High of Woodland Hills 49-35 in their Chaminade Tournament finale on Nov. 25, as junior Josh Proctor amassed 30 points, 14 rebounds, one block and one assist. Anders Petersen racked up 10 rebounds, seven points, two blocks, one steal and one assist. Team captain Jack Reynolds recorded three points, three assists, three rebounds and two steals, while Spencer Moravec tallied three points and three rebounds. Dhilon Gupta chipped in two points, two rebounds and two assists, while Shervin Naini and junior Julian Morillo each scored two points. Saad Bangash finished with five rebounds and one block, while Jensen Karlich registered three rebounds and one assist. Diyon Silva contributed one rebound and one steal, while Conor Banks produced one assist and one steal.
LCHS lost to visiting Oaks Christian School 62-55 in a tournament game on Nov. 24, as Proctor racked up 19 points, 13 rebounds, three blocks, three steals and one assist. Petersen tallied 13 points and three rebounds, while Reynolds contributed 10 points, two assists, one block and one rebound. Dhilon Gupta recorded four points, three rebounds, two assists, one block and one steal, Bangash finished with five rebounds, three points and one block, and Karlich produced three points and two rebounds. Moravec registered two rebounds and one assist, while Naini had two rebounds.
The Spartans edged Agoura in double overtime 59-57 in a tournament game on Nov. 21, as Proctor finished with 19 points, 17 rebounds, two steals, one block and one assist.
Reynolds racked up 15 points, four rebounds, three steals and three assists, while Moravec tallied nine points, one block, one assist and one rebound Dhilon Gupta finished with eight points, three steals and three rebounds, while Petersen recorded six points, two steals, one block, one rebound and one assist. Naini produced two points and one rebound, while Karlich chipped in two assists and two rebounds.
La Cañada suffered a 70-58 loss to Oak Park in its tournament opener on Nov. 20.
Proctor racked up 24 points, seven rebounds, three blocks and two steals, while Reynolds contributed 20 points, three rebounds, two steals and two assists. Petersen tallied six points, five assists, two blocks and one steal, Morillo registered five points and three rebounds, and Bangash scored three points. Matthew Herrick finished with two steals and one assist, while Moravec chipped in one steal, one assist and one rebound. Dhilon Gupta and Karlich each had one rebound, Jaidon Gupta recorded one steal and Jack Harlan was credited with one assist.
The Spartans (3-4 overall) will compete in the Glendora Tournament before hosting Temple City for their Rio Hondo League opener on Dec. 13 at 7 p.m.
The Wolves competed in the San Gabriel Tournament last week and finished with a 3-1 record in the Orange Division.
Flintridge Prep edged Mark Keppel High of Alhambra 51-49 in their San Gabriel Tournament finale on Nov. 25.
Junior Lawson Holland recorded 15 points, while senior Will Bigby tallied 11 points. Senior Steven Ng finished with nine points, while senior Henry Morrison contributed eight points. Senior Noah Willingham scored five points, while sophomore Owen Willingham drained a 3-pointer.
On Nov. 24, the Wolves came away with a 57-50 defeated SEDA College, an independent secondary school from Australia, in tournament play as Holland racked up 23 points, including seven 3-pointers.
Morrison produced 14 points, while Ng scored eight points. Noah Willingham and Bigby each finished with five points, while Owen Willingham had two points.
Flintridge Prep suffered a 58-52 loss in a double overtime tournament game on Nov. 22.
Morrison and Ng each contributed 14 points, Holland scored 10 points and Bigby registered seven points. Owen Willingham scored a 3-pointer, while sophomore Barrett Jackson and Noah Willingham each recorded two points.
The Wolves defeated Camarillo 53-48 in their tournament opener on Nov. 21, as Holland racked up 22 points, including six 3-pointers.
Bigby contributed 16 points, while Ng scored nine points. Owen Willingham chipped in a 3-pointer, Morrison produced two points and junior Josh Roberts had one point.
Flintridge Prep (4-1) will visit Bellflower for a nonleague game on Dec. 1 at 6:30 p.m. before visiting EF Academy in Pasadena on Dec. 5.
The Golden Knights edged host Marina High in Huntington Beach 46-45 in a nonleague game on Nov. 25.
Junior captain Mazi Mosley recorded 17 points, five rebounds, two steals and one assist, while sophomore captain Delan Grant finished with 15 points, five assists, two steals, one block and one rebound. Junior Joe Hickey contributed six rebounds, five points, one steal and one assist, while senior Chris Kalachian tallied five points, four rebounds, two assists, one block and one steal. Senior Ethan Childs produced two points, one rebound, one block, one steal and one assist, while junior Dyllen Domingo scored two points. Senior Kennedy Mitchell-Egbo registered four rebounds and two blocks, junior Ben O’Connor collected three rebounds and junior Noah Henry had one rebound.
SFHS posted a convincing 54-35 nonleague victory at Arcadia on Nov. 22.
Mosley finished with 17 points, 10 rebounds, three assists and two blocks, while Grant racked up 20 points, two rebounds, two steals and two assists. Hickey chipped in eight points, six rebounds and one block, while Mitchell-Egbo finished with seven rebounds, six points and one block. O’Connor scored three points, Childs registered four rebounds, three assists and one block, and Domingo recorded three rebounds and three assists. Junior Aaron Matthews was credited with one steal and one rebound, Henry tallied two rebounds and Kalachian had one rebound.
The Golden Knights (5-1) will compete in the Kings Academy Tournament, starting with a matchup against San Mateo on Nov. 30 at 4:30 p.m., before hosting Maranatha High of Pasadena for a nonleague game on Dec. 7.
First published in the November 30 print issue of the Outlook Valley Sun.