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Brentwood had cut an 11-point deficit down to one late in the fourth when Marcus Jackson sealed the deal for Pacific Hills knocking down two big free throws for a 75-71 victory snapping the Eagles 11-game winning streak.
In a battle between the Alpha League’s top teams, it looked like Pacific Hills would run away with the game coming out the gate on a 14-4 run, but Brentwood (16-2, 4-1) gathered themselves midway in the first quarter sparking a 7-2 run to close the gap.
“We had to settle down and start playing as a team,” said Brentwood head coach Ryan Bailey about the teams slow start.
Inglewood guard Brandon Randolph missed two free throws in the final seconds as Santa Monica help on to a 58-57 road victory Wednesday night in their Ocean League Opener.
The Vikings took a one-point lead when Jordan Mathews could only make one of two free throws.
Inglewood had a final opportunity, but Randolph could only watch as both shots clanked off the rim from the free throw line giving the Santa Monica the win.
Inglewood squandered six changes at the free throw line in the final thirty seconds.
Below are the westside high school boys’ basketball scores for Wednesday, January 9th
Brentwood 71, Sierra Canyon 65
Pacific Hills 71, Windward 68
Camino Real League
St. Paul 47, St. Monica 39
Beverly Hills 64, Hawthorne 56
Inglewood High safety Tre Wilcoxen has committed to New Mexico State and is set to enroll mid-year, former Inglewood head coach Stephen Thomas announced today.
The 6’1″ 191 lbs senior had 47 tackles and three interceptions in five games for the Sentinels according to MaxPreps and was a first team All-Ocean League selection. During his junior year at Redlands East Valley, Wilcoxen finished the season with 71 tackles.
Wilcoxen had offers from Ohio and a few FCS schools according to Thomas.
His senior highlight video is below:
Santa Monica and Culver City dominated the selection as twenty-four players were named to the All-Ocean League team it was announce today.
As reported earlier this week USC-Commit Sebastian LaRue was named league MVP and teammate Jason King earned offensive player of the year while Culver City lineman Deon Young was selected as defensive player of the year.
Inglewood had eight players earn honors to the team while Beverly Hills had seven, Morningside had four, and Hawthorne had three.
The list of the team is below.
Ocean League MVP – Sebastian LaRue, Santa Monica (Sr.)
Defensive Player of the Year – Deon Young, Culver City (Sr.)
Offensive Player Of the Year – Jason King, Santa Monica (Sr.)
1st Team Offense:
Westside teams Brentwood, St Bernard, Culver City, and Venice took part in the play-in games of the Inglewood City of Champions tournament. Contests were played at the Brentwood School, Inglewood High, St. Bernard and St. Mary.
Scores are below:
Brentwood 61, Cleveland 36
Sun Valley Poly 59, Viewpoint 39
At St Bernards:
St Bernard 71, Carson 35
Peninsula 58, Long Beach Wilson 46
Redondo 50, Compton 27
Keppel 54, West Torrance 43
Washington 46, Leuzinger 35
At Inglewood High:
Inglewood 50, Centennial 49
Rolling Hills Prep 63, Venice 61
Archer 41 Morningside 40
Lawndale defeats Reseda by forfeit
At St Marys:
Hawthorne 44, St Marys 40
Monroe 69, Culver City 57
Long Beach Poly 76, Mira Costa 34
Dantzler 34, Chatsworth 32
South Torrance 54, Hollywood 22
Inglewood heads off inland for open their season in the Empire Tournament that will take place at Corona Centennial and Etiwanda High school. Other LA-area schools that will participate are Dorsey and Compton.
Pool play games are at Corona Centennial.
Teams and pool play schedule are below:
Pool A: Westwind Prep (AZ), Eisenhower, Dorsey, Etiwanda II
Pool B: Inglewood, Corona Centennial, Canyon Springs, Great Oak
Pool C: Etiwanda I, Compton, Rancho Verde, Diamond Bar