High School Roundup: Newport Harbor boys’ basketball advance to Century Elks Classic final

Brandon Kincaid scored a high 19 points for the Newport Harbor High School boys’ basketball team in a 75-28 victory over Whittier California in the Century Elks Classic tournament Wednesday at Century High in Santa Ana.

Riggs Guy scored 10 points for Newport Harbor (12-5).

The Sailors take on Palm Desert in the tournament championship game Thursday at 6 p.m.

Corona del Mar 53, Fullerton 33: George Bruening scored 15 points for the Sea Kings in their victory Wednesday night at Estancia High.

Sanjay Tewari added 12 points for the CdM (15-1).

The game was a last minute addition for the Sea Kings as their game at the North Torrance tournament was called off.

The CdM returns to the Estancia on Thursday evening for a match against Buena Park.

Edison 74, Moreno Valley 48: Kaz Hampton had a game-high 20 points with six three-pointers along the way for the Chargers on Wednesday at the Palm Desert tournament.

Tyler Hampton added 14 points and Trey Wilborn scored 11 points for Edison (14-3), who has won nine straight games.

Estancia 48, Jurupa Rubidoux 40 Valley: The Eagles improved to 11-5 after winning Wednesday’s Coast Classic game at Estancia High.

Fountain Valley 60, Pacifica Christian Orange County 49: Roderick Anderson scored 16 points to lead the Barons in the Classic at Damien on Wednesday.

Aden Casarez scored 13 points for Fountain Valley (4-6).

Alex Stewart led Pacifica Christian (6-8) with a high of 19 points.

Temecula Chaparral 52, Laguna Beach 46: Kai Gillies scored 14 points for the Breakers in the Tustin Holiday Classic semifinals on Wednesday night at Tustin High.

Aidan Del Col added 11 points for Laguna Beach (9-6).

The Breakers will not play a third-place game as San Clemente lost their semi-final game due to COVID-19 protocols and no replacement has been found.

Sage Hill 70, Lake Elsinore Lakeside 49: The Lightning are 8-8 after Wednesday’s victory at the Tri-City Christian Tournament.


Estancia 41, Loara 29: Mackenzie Sanchez had 10 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Eagles to a win Wednesday in the Hawk Holiday Classic at Ocean View High School.

Alexis Orellana added nine points for Estancia (8-4).

Los Amigos 35, Riverside Norte Vista 27: The Lobos claimed their first win of the season on Wednesday, dropping to 1-10 this season.

Morelia Gallardo and America Martinez each scored 10 points for Los Amigos in the Savanna tournament game.

Kennedy 63, ocean view 17: Michelle Ogasawara scored a record 30 points to go with 12 rebounds to lead the Irish past the Seahawks on Wednesday in the Hawk Holiday Classic.

Ocean View fell to 10-5 overall.

Sage Hill 41, Sacramento McClatchy 30: Emily Eadie had 15 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Lightning on Wednesday at the SoCal Holiday Prep Classic in San Diego.

Kat Righeimer scored 10 points for Sage Hill (12-4). Zoie Lamkin, Isabel Gomez and Annabelle Spotts had five points each, and Kiana Hosseinzadeh added two points and five rebounds.


Marina’s Kaelani Shufeldt (101 pounds), Presley Anderson (116) and Alexandra Lopez (143) advanced to the semi-finals of the Queen of the Mat tournament in Corona on Wednesday.

The Vikings finished the day in second in the team standings, behind Corona only by a count of 117-82.


Wreath of March 6, Irvine 0: The Sea Kings kept their unbeaten record intact at 10-0 thanks to Wednesday’s non-championship win at home.

Port of Newport 4, Long Beach Wilson 0: The Sailors finished the North Orange County Classic with a 5-7-3 overall record.

Brielle Benedict scored twice for Newport Harbor, while Ally Thomas and Isabelle Whittaker each scored one goal. Gigi Davila, Laine Briggs, Sadie Hoch and Anto Russo fired the Sailors’ assists. Emily Park made two saves for the shutout.

Newport Harbor also faced Trabuco Hills on Wednesday, losing the game 1-0.


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