HACIENDA HEIGHTS >> The two-time Hacienda League defending champions stayed in the hunt for a third consecutive title as the Walnut High School boys basketball team defeated Los Altos in 75-71 in overtime to move into a tie for second place in the league thanks to a 37-point effort from Dwight Ramos.
AZUSA >> Senior guards Joe Quintana and Tyler Poepping combined for 48 points for the Bonita High School boys basketball team, but it wasn't enough to overcome St. John Bosco, which defeated the Bearcats 63-61 at the Felix Event Center on Saturday night. Less than 24 hours after a narrow loss to Mater Dei, the No.
Boys basketball Palomares League Bonita 79, Diamond Bar 61 - Senior Tyler Poepping dropped 21 points on an 8-for-18 shooting performance to lead the Bearcats (17-3, 4-0) to their fourth consecutive Palomares League victory, defeating the Brahmas (6-14, 1-3). Russell Hernandez made 4 of 6 shots from beyond the arc for Bonita, which never trailed after the first quarter.
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