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Canyon Falls To Crespi In Classic Basketball Tournament Title Game

khts_sportsThe Canyon boys basketball team reached the championship game of its own Classic Tournament, but lost to Crespi, 67-40.

It was the first loss of the season for Canyon, which won the Burbank Tournament last week.

Clay Kasdorf scored 17 points for Canyon. Coley Apsay had an off-night shooting and scored only five points.

Crespi’s London Perrantes scored 11 points in the championship game against Canyon and earned tournament MVP.

Kasdorf and Apsay were selected to the all-tournament team.

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In the fifth-place game of the Canyon Classic, Valencia beat Lancaster, 67-56, to finish the tournament on a winning note.

Troy Hammel scored 24 points to lead Valencia.

The Saugus boys beat Agoura, 74-60, in the Oak Park Tourmament. Chris Lockwood scored 20 points and teammate Jeremy Gatewood had 18 points and six assists for Saugus.

On the girls side, West Ranch lost to Chaminade, 72-60. Whitney Branham led West Ranch with 15 points.

In high school soccer, the Valencia boys advanced into the winners bracket of the Monrovia Tournament after beating Ontario, 5-4, on penalty kicks. The two teams played to a scoreless tie in regulation.

Michael Fischbach scored the game-winning goal in the shootout.

The Saugus boys lost to Moorpark, 3-2. Brian Perez scored both goals for Saugus.

The Santa Clarita Christian girls shut out LA Baptist, 2-0. Susannah Gwinn and Makenna Gale scored for Santa Clarita Christian. Goalkeeper Jessie Rodriguez recorded the first shutout of her high school career.

In college basketbal, The Master’s College clobbered Central Bible College, 96-46, behind 21 points from Leif Karlberg.

In college soccer, Bobbie Roberts of The Master’s College was selected to the NAIA All-American team. The defender scored three goals and had two assists. She was selected to the All-Ameican team for the second year in a row.

Follow Tim Haddock on Twitter @thaddock.