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Huskies win unexpected Sierra title

first_img Glendora 62, Damien 60 Griffin Ramme’s shot was blocked as time expired, crushing the Spartans’ dreams of a Sierra League title. Damien (24-4, 8-2) kept the game close, trailing by a point entering the fourth quarter. But the Tartans’ Dominic Tiger-Cortes hit back-to-back 3-point baskets to extend his team’s lead to seven and the Spartans never fully recovered. Diamond Bar 59, Chino 48 Senior Mickey Dolentes scored 20 points, including six 3-pointers as the Brahmas (16-11, 6-4) defeated the Cowboys to clinch a playoff spot. Nick Turner scored 24 points to lead the Huskies (21-6, 9-1). SIERRA LEAGUE Jonathan Black scored 10 points for Diamond Bar. Alfred Martinez scored 21 points for Chino. CITRUS BELT LEAGUE Redlands East Valley 87, Rialto 63 John Howard-Holcombe scored 19 points and grabbed 21 rebounds as the Wildcats (17-9, 8-5) defeated the Knights. Eisenhower 65, Carter 49 Nicholas Carter scored 15 points and Kauri Black and Alex Varner each had 13 points to lead the Eagles (13-13, 6-7) past the Lions. Andrew Bock scored 18 for Carter. MIRAMONTE LEAGUE Bonita 59, Diamond Ranch 57 Sophomore center Chris Cunningham had 14 points and 12 rebounds, but it wasn’t enough for the visiting Panthers (16-9, 6-2) against the Bearcats. MAJESTIC LEAGUE Packinghouse Christian 78, Lake Arrowhead Christian 35 Junior guard Joel Pulliam scored 24 points with nine assists and senior forward Spencer Hirsch added 15 as the Bears (12-9, 8-2) defeated the visiting Eagles 4-14, 2-8). MT. BALDY LEAGUE Don Lugo 57, Montclair 53 Eric Sanabria scored 15 points as the Conquistadores (10-18, 6-5) defeated the Panthers in a tiebreaker game to advance to the playoffs for the first time in two years. The same scenario occurred to the teams last year, when Montclair won. Nate Ambriso scored 15 points for Don Lugo. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img Chino Hills didn’t expect to be the lone team atop the Sierra League standings after Thursday’s regular season finale. The Huskies’ 56-27 victory against Ayala, combined with Glendora’s upset of Damien, gave Chino Hills its first outright Sierra League title. last_img read more