PREP DAY: KARAMALIAN PLENTY GOOD.
Hoover High of Glendale boys' basketball coach Kirt Kohlmeier described the play of senior forward Alan Karamalian this way: ``He has good games and he has bad ones.''
On Thursday, Karamalian had a good one, scoring 29 points and grabbing 29 rebounds for the Tornadoes in a 79-66 victory over Corona del Mar in a second-round game of the Estancia tournament.
``He played a heck of a game today,'' Kohlmeier said of the 6-foot-5 Karamalian, who also was 11 of 11 from the free-throw line. ``He kept pounding away inside and kept going after the ball.''
Teammate Haik Stepanyan scored 17 points with 10 rebounds and seven assists, and Armen Baghdasarian added 15 points and six assists for Hoover (6-6), which will play Antioch today at 12:05 p.m. in the quarterfinals.
In other boys' basketball:
--Westlake 72, Warren 49: Jonathan Wiley (16 points), Rob Daniel (15 points), Devin Entrikin (14 points) and Brian Burke (12 points, three 3-pointers) each contributed in the Brea Olinda tournament victory for the Warriors (7-5), who made 12 3-pointers.
--Los Alamitos 61, Thousand Oaks 58: Dave Anderson scored 18 points and the Lancers lost for only the second time this season in a Torrey Pines tournament game.
Kasey Meyers scored 14 points and Ben Olson added 12 for Thousand Oaks (10-2).
--Righetti 72, Newbury Park 67: Chris Randall's 30-point effort wasn't enough for the Panthers (6-5) in a loss at the Atascadero tournament.
--La Canada 68, Alhambra 58: Mark Moore scored 19 points and had 11 rebounds, and teammate Billy Hofman scored 15 points and added 11 assists for the Spartans (9-3) in the La Salle tournament victory.
--Oaks Christian 82, Shalhavet 62: In the nonleague victory, brothers Craig and Sean Adams for 22 points for the Lions of Westlake Village (11-0).
In girls' basketball:
--Burroughs 56, Rancho Cucamonga 39: Gracie Coronado scored 25 points and Sara Larquier added 11 points, nine rebounds and six steals for the Indians of Burbank (11-3) in the Palm Desert tournament victory.
Tulyah Gaines scored 14 points and added eight rebounds and five steals for Burroughs in its 64-49 victory over Indio earlier in the day.
--Santa Barbara 59, Oak Christian 48: Kaley McDaniel scored 15 points and Erin McKinney added 14 for the Lions (10-4) in the Thousand Oaks tournament loss.
--Coast Union 40, Faith Baptist 34: Rose Sierra scored 21 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and had five steals for the Contenders of Canoga Park (2-5) in the first-round loss at the Valley Christian tournament.
--Louisville 50, Santa Paula 47: Sheila Grady's double-double included 13 points, 12 rebounds and eight blocks as the Royals of Woodland Hills (7-4) won in the Bell-Jeff tournament.
In boys' soccer games:
--L.A. Baptist 2, St. Bonaventure 1: David DeVandry had 12 saves and Sean Bouaundy scored the winning goal for the Knights of North Hills (4-4-2) in an Ontario Christian tournament game.
In girls' soccer:
--Granada Hills 1, Quartz Hill 1 (GH won 3-2 on penalty kicks): Leslie Goodman, Jackie Kecskes and Jessie Steinberg each scored on overtime penalty kicks for the Highlanders in a first-round victory at the Simi Valley tournament.
Katie Deever scored the go-ahead goal in the second half for Granada Hills (8-0-1), but it allowed a Quartz Hill goal midway through the second half to send the game into overtime.
Hypatia Runcie, who had seven saves in regulation, stopped two Rebels penalty shots to secure the victory.
--Geino Riney (Grant) 42 pts., 5 3-pointers
--Alan Karamalian (Hoover) 29 pts., 29 rebs.
--Chris Randall (Newbury Park) 30 pts.
--Gracie Coronado (Burroughs) 25 pts. in two games
--Brittany Henderson (Birmingham) 20 pts., 3 blks.
--Ashlee Trebilcock (Hart) 22 pts.
--David DeVandry (L.A. Baptist) 12 saves
--Sara Robinson (L.A. Baptist) 2 shutouts
--Kelly Lavery (Chaminade) 2 goals
--Hypatia Runcie (Granada Hills) 7 saves, 2 PK stops
--Stefanie Searcy (Saugus) 3 goals, 3 assists
Oaks Christian's Bret Shiflett (34) goes for a rebound Thursday against Santa Barbara in the Thousand Oaks tournament.
Gene Blevins/Special to the Daily News
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|Date:||Dec 28, 2001|
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