Prep basketball roundup: Harvard-Westlake (16-0) reaches The Classic at Damien championship sport

Unbeaten Harvard-Westlake began quick and by no means regarded again Thursday evening en path to a semifinal victory within the Platinum Division of The Classic at Damien.

The Wolverines (16-0) opened an 18-point lead within the first half and defeated Washington’s Curtis Excessive 78-51 to earn a spot in Friday’s 8:30 p.m. last towards both Rancho Christian or Nevada Liberty.

One evening earlier, Harvard-Westlake fell behind 9-0 towards Etiwanda earlier than prevailing. This time, the Wolverines made pictures, rebounded and performed sturdy protection within the early going. Their lead was minimize to eight factors on the finish of the primary half till a 3 by Trent Perry despatched the Wolverines into the locker room up by 11. The second half was all Harvard-Westlake.

Jacob Huggins scored 18 factors and had 13 rebounds. Brady Dunlap scored 16 factors, Perry 14, Robert Hinton and Nikolas Khamenia 13 apiece.

West Ranch 65, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 61: Down 38-13 at halftime, West Ranch pulled off a memorable comeback win in additional time at Damien. Mercy Miller of Notre Dame despatched the sport into additional time by making a 3 late in regulation. Notre Dame dropped to 9-5, with two of the losses to 15-1 West Ranch.

Etiwanda 80, American Fork 68: The Eagles prevailed in triple additional time. Amare Campbell scored 21 factors. Etiwanda will play West Ranch on Friday at Damien.

Heritage Christian 73, San Joaquin Memorial 57: Dillan Shaw scored 19 factors and Gio Goree had 16 factors and 10 assists for Heritage Christian.

Colony 60, Rancho Cucamonga 42: Denzel Hines completed with 21 factors for 10-4 Colony.

Lone Peak 68, Windward 57: The Warriors had their win streak snapped at 9. Jeremiah Hampton had 16 factors.

Birmingham 55, St. Mary’s 52: The Patriots used balanced scoring to win the Damien match sport.

Thousand Oaks 73, West Torrance 71: Trent MacLean scored 32 factors and had 12 rebounds for the Lancers within the South Pasadena match. Justin Tushla broke a 71-71 tie by making two free throws with 11.2 seconds left. Matt De Luna and Jake Winkelman every scored 23 factors for West.

New Jersey Don Bosco Prep 65, Corona Centennial 63: The Huskies misplaced for less than the second time all season on the John Wall Vacation Invitational in North Carolina.

Walnut 72, AGBU 61: The Mustangs received the Covina match championship. Malik Khouzam had 22 factors and Joby Barnes 20.

JSerra 97, San Ysidro 91: Sebastian Rancik recorded 34 factors for JSerra.

Campbell Corridor 55, St. Francis 52: The Vikings got here away with the victory when Aaron Powell made a 3 on the buzzer, sending them into the Gold Division championship sport at Damien. Jackson Mosley scored 14 factors for St. Francis.

Bishop Montgomery 78, Lengthy Seashore Jordan 58: The Knights improved to 15-0 behind Christian Jones, who scored 23 factors.

San Ramon Valley 53, Eastvale Roosevelt 52: Nate Simon scored 22 factors for Roosevelt, which fell behind on a three-pointer with 5 seconds left.

Agoura 70, Santa Clara 32: Nasir Meyer scored 30 factors for 9-4 Agoura.

Loyola 52, Valley Christian 45: The Cubs received the Orange match title. Quincy Watson and Jonas de Krassel every scored 15 factors. Jaedyn Patterson was named match MVP. Patterson, a sophomore switch from St. Anthony, made his season debut this week for the Cubs.

Foothill 60, Mission Hills 57: Isaiah Bernard completed with 17 factors and 6 rebounds for 14-1 Foothill.

Crespi 36, Brentwood Liberty 35: Peyton White had 14 factors, 12 rebounds and three blocks for Crespi (14-3).

Mater Dei 91, Gardena Serra 69: Zack Davidson scored 25 factors and had 12 rebounds and freshman Luke Barnett added 23 factors for the 11-2 Monarchs at Rancho Mirage.

St. Pius X-St. Matthias 75, Oak Park 54: It’s been a tough week for Oak Park, which dropped its third straight sport within the Damien match. Isaiah Sherrard scored 25 factors for Oak Park. Tyrone Riley scored 29 factors for St. Pius X.

Edison 58, San Pedro 52: Kaz Hampton made a school-record eight threes and completed with 28 factors for Edison.

De La Salle 53, St. John Bosco 52: The Braves trailed by 18 factors to begin the fourth quarter and got here near pulling off a tremendous comeback victory, dropping on a three-point basket by Matt Daly on the buzzer in San Diego. Elzie Harrington and Kade Bonam every scored 14 factors.

Simi Valley 69, Beverly Hills 59: Ryder Mjoen scored 28 factors for Simi Valley.

Rolling Hills Prep 67, Lakewood 59: Kenny Manzi and JV Brown every scored 19 factors for Rolling Hills Prep.

Taft 74, South Pasadena 46: The Toreadors superior to the South Pasadena match championship sport. Keyon Kensie scored 24 factors.

Crenshaw 73, Quartz Hill 49: AJ Robinson and King Peterson every scored 18 factors for Crenshaw (16-1).

Chaminade 54, San Marcos 44: Jonas Thurman scored 20 factors for the Eagles.

Westchester 49, Bellarmine Prep 37: The Comets used balanced scoring within the win.

Women’ basketball

Sierra Canyon 64, Oregon Jesuit 53: Juju Watkins completed with 31 factors and 12 rebounds for the 12-0 Trailblazers in Oregon.

Mater Dei 108, Oak Hills 26: The Monarchs received the Ayala match championship. Addie Deal completed with 26 factors.

Westchester 54, Troy 40: The 10-0 Comets superior to the championship sport of the So Cal Vacation Prep Classic towards South Pasadena at Canyon Hills in San Diego. Rylei Waugh scored 19 factors.