January 4, 2013
Boys Top 20: Del Oro rallies to beat Del Campo in overtime

Del Oro's Ryan Takayama hit a three-pointer from above the key that tied the game 63-63 with 8.3 seconds in regulation, then the No. 10 Golden Eagles outscored No. 9 Del Campo 13-7 in overtime to post a 76-70 nonleague win tonight in Loomis, snapping the Cougars' 10-game winning streak.

Del Campo (13-4) led 55-40 entering the fourth quarter before coach Geoff Broyles' Golden Eagles (11-5) stormed back.

Keenan Finney had 19 points, Aaron Freeman 16, Danny Becker 15 and Collin Mitchell 12 for Del Oro, which rebounded from a 74-69 double overtime loss to unranked Lincoln on Wednesday.

Vasilije Saraba led Del Campo wtih 22 points and Semir Cahtarevic added 13 and Modesta Britten 11 for the Cougars.

In other games reported to The Bee involving top 20 boys teams:

No. 1 Sheldon 73, John Curtis (River Ridge, La.) 52 - Dakarai Allen had 21 points, Ryan Manning 15, D'Erryl Williams 14 and Darin Johnson 11 to lead the Huskies past the defending Louisiana Class 2A state champions in the All-State SugarBowl National Prep Classic in New Orleans. Sheldon will play Riverside Academy of Reserve, La., for the championship on Saturday.

No. 3 Pleasant Grove 75, Elk Grove 41 - Cole Nordquist had 24 points, Matthew Hayes 18 and Malik Thames 14 as the Eagles rolled to an easy win.

No. 6 Bella Vista 67, El Dorado 39 - Tyler Berkness, Ahmad Smith and Adam Ciszewski combined for 46 points as the Broncos beat the Cougars in the semifinals of the Trojan Toss-Up at Oak Ridge High School. Bella Vista will play Pleasant Valley of Chico in Saturday's championship game.

No. 7 Granite Bay 60, No. 12 Jesuit 44 - Sophomore Kendrick Jackson's 17 points lifted the Grizzlies over the Marauders.

No. 8 Grant 74, Inderkum 70 - De'Sean Parsons' 24 points led the Pacers. Terence White had a game-high 26 points for Inderkum.

No. 13 Colfax 72, Whitney 47 - Will Buell's 22 points led the Falcons.

No. 15 Oak Ridge 56, No. 18 Rio Americano 55, in overtime - Grant Dean had 15 points and Josh Simms 11 as the Trojans prevailed, despite 24 points by the Raiders' Zach Suarez in the Trojan Toss-Up tourney.



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