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Boys' basketball: Thousand Oaks eliminates No. 1 Ocean View

February 21, 2012 |  9:37 pm

Thousand Oaks made 11 of 12 shots from three-point range to upset top-seeded Huntington Beach Ocean View, 82-65, in the Southern Section 2AA playoffs.

Tanner Fanjoy scored 27 points, making seven three-pointers. Royal defeated Villa Park, 59-47. Max McCoy had 22 points and JR Powell 21. Tesoro defeated Canyon Country Canyon, 62-56. Coley Apsay had 22 points for Canyon.

In 1AA, Etiwanda defeated Gahr, 60-52. Sheldon Blackwell had 16 points and eight rebounds. Dominique Walker added 13 points. Etiwanda will host Santa Monica in Friday's quarterfinals. Santa Monica defeated Silverado, 68-55.

Loyola defeated Long Beach Jordan, 95-76. Khaliq Bedart-Ghani had 18 points, Parker Cartwright 17, Justin Childress 16 and Jacob Hazzard 15. Mater Dei defeated Palmdale, 71-41. Xavier Johnson had 14 points and 10 rebounds.

In 1A, Orange Lutheran defeated Great Oak, 66-42. Gabe York scored 25 points and Payton Banks 20. Crescenta Valley defeated Warren, 66-55. Dylan Kilgour made five threes and finished with 19 points. Davis Dragovich had 17.

In 3AAA, Beverly Hills defeated Lawndale, 67-65. Michael Lanier scored 23 points and had 13 rebounds.

Calabasas defeated Lakeside, 70-56. Holden Israel scored 27 points and had 10 rebounds.

In 3A, Alemany defeated Bishop Amat, 68-37. Marqueze Coleman had 17 points and Jerico Richardson 15. St. John Bosco defeated Covina, 68-35. Isaac Hamilton scored 20 points.

Campbell Hall defeated St. Joseph, 73-62. Aaron Holiday scored 28 points. Cole Huff had 18 rebounds. Providence defeated Shalhavet, 59-54. Marcus LoVett Jr. had 22 points. Ontario Christian defeated Brentwood, 55-54, making a shot at the buzzer. Tra Holder had 22 points for Brentwood.

Pacific Hills defeated St. Bonaventure, 74-46. Marcus Jackson scored 24 points. Village Christian defeated Brethren Christian, 81-66. Mamadou Ndiaye, the 7-foot-5 center for Brethren Christian, had 43 points. Bryan Alberts scored 28 points for Village Christian.

-- Eric Sondheimer