Boys' basketball: Katin Reinhardt makes six threes in MVP effort
Katin Reinhardt scored 34 points and made six three-pointers as Santa Mater Dei won the Mission Viejo tournament championship with a 91-55 win over Capistrano Valley. Stanley Johnson had 21 points and Xavier Johnson 17 points. Reinhardt and Xavier Johnson were the tournament co-MVPs.
Gabe York scored 42 points as Orange Lutheran defeated Downey, 68-63, in the El Modena championship game.
In the Pasadena tournament final, MVP Grant Jerrett scored 27 points and had 17 rebounds in a 72-61 victory over Etiwanda. Eric Cooper added 22 points and five assists. Los Angeles Price defeated Pasadena, 72-70, in overtime behind Khalil Johnson, who had 21 points and 13 rebounds.
Other scores from the tourney: Chino Hills 64, Leuzinger 57; Washington 50, Corona Roosevelt 24; Birmingham 67, Ribet 65; LB Jordan 57, Cajon 41; Canyon Springs 49, Cleveland 31; Sylmar 60, Arroyo Valley 48.
In the Gahr tournament championship game, MVP Isaac Hamilton finished with 33 points and 20 rebounds as St. John Bosco defeated Gahr, 75-64. Daniel Hamilton added 19 points.
In the Burbank tournament final, Coley Apsay had 18 points and hit the go-ahead three-pointer with 40 seconds left to give Canyon Country Canyon a 53-50 win over Reinaissance. Clay Kasdorf added 15 points and was named the tournament MVP.
In the Mira Costa tournament final, Brentwood (5-0) defeated Lawndale, 70-59. MVP Leland King had 25 points. Tra Holder added 21 points.
In the El Modena tournament, Crenshaw defeated Esperanza, 65-51, in a consolation game. Brandon Baker had 24 points.
In the Simi Valley tournament final, Valencia defeated Woodland Hills El Camino Real, 88-77. Troy Hammel of Valencia was the MVP. West Ranch defeated Simi Valley, 76-59. Westlake defeated Sierra Canyon, 78-51.
In the Providence tournament final, Providence defeated San Marino, 71-69. Freshman Marcus LoVett scored 37 points and was chosen MVP.
Pasadena Muir won the governor's division title of the Pasadena tournament with a 57-46 win over Fremont. Andre Frazier was the MVP.
-- Eric Sondheimer