TORRANCE — Movie sequels tend to be not as good as the original film, but in the case of Bishop Montgomery and Westchester, two of the top boys basketball teams in California, the second time was just as nice. Bishop Montgomery built a 13-point lead in the second half on visiting Westchester, but the Comets put on a furious fourth-quarter rally to tie the game with 1:19 to play on two Kalen Allen free throws.
PLAYA DEL REY –– St. Bernard’s boys basketball team started and finished strong in a 64-54 Del Rey League victory over visiting Serra on Friday night. St. Bernard (12-6, 2-2) was led by junior Romelle Mansel, who had 22 points and 12 rebounds. Sophomore Nick Bowden had 19 points, including four 3-pointers. “It’s all about the W. It was a great team effort,” Bowden said.
GARDENA — The Narbonne High girls basketball team was having a terrible day at the foul line, making just 13 of 29 free-throw attempts going into the final seconds of Monday’s game against Mira Costa at the Serra Lady Cavalier MLK Classic. But junior Keeya Smith made two free throws with 5.1 seconds left to give Narbonne a 42-40 victory over Mira Costa. Smith finished with 17 points. “It just came down to the end.
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Selecting a term
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