REDONDO BEACH –– Playing against Oak Park star Riley Battin on Tuesday night, the Narbonne High boys basketball team knew it couldn’t get comfortable, even with a seven-point lead in the fourth quarter. Battin scored nine of his game-high 23 points in the fourth period, but Narbonne was able to squeak out a 58-57 victory in the quarterfinals of the 66th Annual Ryse Williams Pacific Shores Tournament at Redondo High. Battin scored Oak Park’s first field goal of the fourth quarter with 4:36 to play.
CARSON –– Carson High’s Denaylan Fuimaono was playing in his first playoff game Friday night against Venice, and he wanted to make sure it wasn’t his last. Fuimaono had two interceptions and forced a fumble, and Carson defeated Venice 31-7 in the first round of the L.A. City Section Open Division football playoffs at Carson High. “I already sat out five games – I’ve suffered enough,” said Fuimaono, who transferred from Long Beach Cabrillo High before the season.
MANHATTAN BEACH –– Mira Costa football has been a part of the Tavai family since the oldest brother, Jordan, was a part of the Mustangs program. With four brothers coming before him, Jonah has continued the legacy the Tavai family planted on the Manhattan Beach campus. “There’s a spirit they played with, and a certain zest for the game that you don’t see every day,” Mira Costa coach Don Morrow said.
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Selecting a term
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