DAY IN SPORTS: HART HOT, CRUISES PAST C.V. PATTON SCORES ALL HER 24 IN FIRST HALF.
Thanks in part to Amanda Patton's outstanding first half, the Hart High girls' basketball team easily defeated host Crescenta Valley 77-50 in a nonleague game Tuesday.
Patton scored all of her 24 points before halftime, including 6-of-8 shooting from 3-point range for the Indians of Newhall (6-1). She also had eight assists.
Teammate Brandi Kimble scored 15 points and Ashlee Trebilcock added 12 points and five assists for Hart.
Ashley Powell score a team-high 19 points for the Falcons.
In other girls' basketball:
--Hillcrest Christian GH 69, West Valley Christian 19: Kayla Rutherford (20 points) outscored the entire Seekers of West Hills team in the Westside League victory. Teammate Felicia Martino scored 12 points and added seven steals for Hillcrest Christian of Granada Hills (4-4, 1-0).
In boys' basketball
--Canyon 81, Chaminade 69: Chad Eichten scored a game-high 28 points and Jeremy Haggerty added 24 points and 13 rebounds for the Cowboys in a nonleague victory over the Eagles of West Hills.
Wayne Bennett scored 10 points for Canyon (7-2), while Adrian Aye-Darko (20 points), Marcus Everett (16 points) and Dion Cook (10 points) each contributed for Chaminade of West Hills (4-1).
--Renaissance Academy 53, Delphi Academy 41: Aaron Clitheroe, Tim Dinh and Jeff Feher scored 20, 14 and 10 points, respectively, for the Rebels of La Canada (6-0) in a nonleague victory.
--Montclair Prep 60, Rolling Hills Prep 52: Marko Bozovic scored 26 points on 10-of-18 shooting from the field and added 14 rebounds in a nonleague win for the Mounties of Van Nuys (3-0).
--La Canada 72, La Salle 65: The Spartans (5-1) had four players score in double figures - Billy Hofman (16), Greg Gaudino (15), Mark Moore (15) and Robbie Neyland (12) - en route to a nonleague win.
--Buckley 82, Windward 67: Senior point guard David Gale had 29 points, seven assists and five steals for Buckley of Sherman Oaks in a Liberty League victory. Teammate Baron Abdul-Mansour scored 27 points and had 15 rebounds for the Griffins (5-1, 1-0).
In boys' soccer:
--Thousand Oaks 3, Buena 0: Kai Werring, Scott Stenovich and Pedro Gonzalez each scored for the visiting Lancers (2-2-2) in a nonleague win.
--Hart 3, Palmdale 1: In a nonleague game, Tim Sachs scored all three goals for the Indians of Newhall (5-3-1).
In girls' soccer:
--Harvard-Westlake 7, Thousand Oaks 0: Jill Oakes and Jill Lansing each scored two goals for Harvard-Westlake of Studio City, who with the nonleague victory remained undefeated in seven games this season.
Teammate Marcela Benitez had three saves en route to her fourth shutout this year.
--Chaminade 4, Buena 1: The host Eagles of West Hills broke a losing streak of three games in a nonleague game.
Candace Rodella had six saves and Lindsey Weening, Lauren Treinen, Cassidy Runyan and Cori Spencer each scored goals for the Eagles of West Hills (7-2).
--Brentwood 2, L.A. Baptist 1: Kristy Krohn scored the lone goal for the Knights of North Hills (3-2-1) in a nonleague loss.
In girls' water polo:
--Crescenta Valley, 17 Notre Dame 7: Jessie Stiles scored five goals for Crescenta Valley while Sammy Zuckerman had six for Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks (4-4) in a nonleague game.
PRIME TIME PLAYERS
--Chad Eichten (Canyon) 28 pts.
--Marko Bozovic (Montclair Prep) 26,
--Amanda Patton (Hart) 24 pts., 8 asts.
--Jennifer Schlinz (Westlake) 23 pts.
--Tim Sachs (Hart) 3 goals
--Joe Piligian (Oaks Chr.) 11 saves
--Candace Rodella (Chaminade) 6 saves
--Christina Louks (Canyon) 2 goals
--Jill Oakes (Harvard-Westlake) 2 goals
--Jill Lansing (Harvard-Westlake) 2 goals
Girls' water polo
--Sammy Zuckerman (Notre Dame) 6 goals
--Jessica Conway (Thousand Oaks) 14 saves
Chaminade's Lindsey Weening, left, and Heather Lamp of Buena battle for the ball Tuesday. Chaminade won 4-1.
Phil McCarten/Staff Photographer
PRIME TIME PLAYERS (see text)
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|Date:||Dec 12, 2001|
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