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Boys' basketball: Julian Richardson breaks out with 35 points for ECR

December 27, 2012 |  6:51 pm

 Junior Julian Richardson of Woodland Hills El Camino Real got hot at the Modest Christian tournament on Thursday, scoring 35 points in the Conquistadores' 85-49 win over San Francisco University.

Michael Thomas had 17 points and Maleke Haynes finished with 11 assists. Alemany defeated Sacramento Burbank, 82-68. Bennie Boatwright had 18 points and 12 rebounds. Bear Henderson had 17 points and 20 rebounds.

Loyola is off to a 10-0 start after a 65-63 win over Chicago De La Salle in the MaxPreps tournament in Palm Springs. Trey Mason continued his success from three-point range, making four three-pointers en route to 18 points. Thomas Welsh had 14 points and 13 rebounds. Parker Jackson-Cartwright made the go-ahead basket with nine seconds left and had 15 points.

Harvard-Westlake knocked off Seattle Rainier Beach, 75-70. Derick Newton made 19 of 22 free throws en route to a 31-point performance. Michael Sheng had 16 points. Westchester defeated Miller Grove, 52-50. Harvard-Westlake will play Westchester at 5:30 p.m. at Palm Desert High. Brentwood defeated Marina, 59-32. Leland King had 16 points and 10 rebounds.

In the Orange Holiday Classic, No. 1 Mater Dei defeated Kamehameha, 70-31. Stanley Johnson had 10 points.

In the Oaks Christian tournament, Santa Monica advanced to the semifinals with a 46-42 win over Rancho Verde. Jordan Mathews scored 18 points. Also advancing was Royal, which defeated Palisades, 59-39, behind 27 points from Max McCoy. Corona Centennial advanced to the semifinals with a 69-67 win over Calabasas. Jeremy Lieberman had 25 points for the Coyotes.

In consolation game, West Ranch defeated Moorpark, 69-45. Kevin Harris scored 24 points.

Unbeaten Bishop Montgomery received 27 points from Lamond Murray Jr. in a 78-18 win over Lou Danzler Prep.

In San Diego, Dominguez defeated La Jolla Country Day, 52-31. Kalin Peters scored 14 points.

Mission Viejo is 14-0 after a 65-44 win over Diamond Ranch. Sage Stone scored 19 points, Max Redfield 15 and Evan Zeller 14. Orange Lutheran defeated Madison Ridgeland, 76-35. Payton Banks didn't play because of injury but should return on Friday.

Marcus Lovett Jr. scored 31 points in a 66-47 win over Westminster.

In the Ventura tournament, Oak Park defeated Lakewood, 59-43. J.D. Slajchert had 16 points. Santa Clara defeated Dos Pueblos, 63-35. Arman Momin had 20 points. Canyon defeated Santa Paula, 46-26. Ben Taufahema had 14 points.

In Hawaii, Thousand Oaks (13-1) defeated Punahou, 63-47. Tanner Fanjoy had 12 points and Eric Greene 11.

In San Diego, Windward received 25 points from Jordan Wilson in a 62-56 win over Bishop O'Dowd.

Damien came away with a 77-74 overtime win over Northview. Sophomore Jeremy Hemsley scored 26 points and Jared Dizon had 18. Covina defeated La Salle, 64-57. Elias Hernandez had 26 points. Milan Acquaah led La Salle with 22 points.

Village Christian defeated Fairfax, 53-48. Marsalis Johnson had 14 points. Sage Woodruff and Reggie Theus Jr. led Fairfax with 15 points apiece.

In the Chaminade tournament, Westlake defeated St. Genevieve, 87-68. Grant Lozoya had 27 points.

In the Hart tournament, Tullio Parry scored 29 points in Grant's 96-66 win over Heritage Christian.