State Stat Star Honor Roll

The magic number was 55 for Fontana Miller guard Jacob Ramirez. It was 33 for freshman phenoms Courtney and Ashley Paris of Modesto Christian.



(Games of Jan. 28-Feb. 2)


Randall Barbour (Lone Pine) -- Had five of his game-high 32 points in overtime as the Eagles beat Mammoth 72-67 in a Desert Mountain League contest.

Peter Boudoures (Anderson Valley) -- Peter had the top reported single-game total for the week (boys or girls) in the Redwood Empire with 37 points in a win over Santa Rosa Christian.

Andre Conner (Joshua Springs) -- Led the way to a 83-65 victory over Antelope Valley Christian with 38 points, including five three-pointers.

David Conte (Costa Mesa) -- Conte was a one man wrecking crew on this night, as he paced Costa Mesa's 72-48 victory over Estancia with 32 points, five rebounds, seven steals and six assists.

Beto Delgado (Narbonne, Harbor City)  -- Was a one man wrecking crew posting a triple-double in a 91-83 overtime victory over Gardena. Beto scored 25 points, passed out 10 assists and added 10 steals.

Mike Efebra (Ganesha, Pomona) -- Scored 34 points and teammate Chris Reaves added 31 to lead host Giants to a 94-67 drubbing of Covina.

Allan Ellis (Crespi, Encino) -- Posted a triple-double with 27 points, 10 assists, and 10 rebounds in 67-56 victory over Alemany.

Keith Ellis (Redondo, Redondo Beach) -- San Diego State football recruit had a career evening as he nearly posted a quadruple-double with 20 points, 10 rebounds, 11 assists, and five steals in a 77-48 blowout of Leuzinger.

John Flanagen (Boys Republic, Chino) -- Flanagen was nearly unstoppable as he led the way with 32 points and 10 assists in a 92-82 victory over Sherman Indian.

Cline Garner (Roosevelt, Fresno) -- In a 79-69 loss to Fresno High, Garner certainly did his best with 38 points, the fourth best single-game total in school history.

Gentry Goode (Caruthers) -- Gentry gets on the state honor roll once again, this time for 38 points in 69-62 win over Fresno Christian and 26 in a 68-50 win over Mendota.

Tomas Johnson (West L.A. Baptist) -- Johnson scored 46 points in a 85-79 loss to Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian and followed with a 30-point, 10-rebound performance in a 70-58 victory over Thousand Oaks Hillcrest Christian.

Brad Kanis (Irvine) -- Paced Irvine's 67-61 Sea View League victory over Aliso Niguel with a solid 31-point, 24-rebound effort.

Ezra Kiedrowski (Lodi) -- Nailed 7-of-10 on 3-point shots and finished with 31 points as the Flames improved to 20-4 with a 63-46 triumph over Lincoln of Stockton.

Matt Llewellyn (Campbell Hall, North Hollywood) -- Scored a game-high 35 points in a 81-69 thrashing of Hillcrest Christian.

Dynamite Mathews (Twentynine Palms) -- Mathews "blew up" for 30 points and 17 rebounds in 84-63 victory over Aquinas of San Bernardino.

Donovan Morris (Cajon, San Bernardino) -- The senior forward scored 32 points, hauled down 12 rebounds, and dished for eight assists in a 91-62 defeat of Pacific. Morris finished the game with 1,938 points for his varsity career, breaking the school record previously held by Lewis Kelly with 1,927 established during the 96-97 seasons.

John Parsons (Half Moon Bay) -- Following up from a 46-point effort from the previous week, Parsons stayed hot with 38 as the Cougars downed El Camino of South San Francisco, 84-65.

Devin Peal (Kennedy, Richmond) -- Peal revved it up for 38 points as the Eagles whipped Piedmont, 67-48.

Jacob Ramirez (A.B. Miller, Fontana) -- In a 102-76 dismantling of Redlands East Valley, the senior guard scored a career and school record 55 points. Ramirez broke the previous record of 44 points set in 1997 by Travis Reed (now playing at Long Beach State).

Josh Rhodes (Santa Cruz) -- Four-year starter had a great week with 42 points in a 93-65 victory over Watsonville plus 18 as the Cardinals threw their league race into a scramble with a 65-51 win over front-running Soquel.

Kevin Sweeney (Temple City) -- The junior guard poured in 38 points, including 17-of-22 from the free throw line, in a stunning 69-68 overtime victory over Monrovia.

Bryce Taylor (Harvard Westlake) -- Sophomore standout scored 15 of his game-high 36 points in the decisive third quarter to lead Harvard Westlake to a 88-70 defeat of St. Francis.

Guy Ten Fingers (Downey, Modesto) -- Led the Knights to a fourth consecutive conference victory by scoring 44 points in a 69-54 defeat of Turlock. Also scored 27 in a one-point win over Beyer.

Dunhill Verceles (Woodcreek, Roseville) -- In a key Sierra Foothill League game, Dunhill did in Roseville by making 9-of-15 on 3-pointers and finishing with 37 points.

Marcus Warren (Orangewood Academy) -- Led Orangewood Academy to a 72-26 whipping of Liberty Christian with a triple-double. Warren scored 11 points and had 10 rebounds and 10 steals.

Kevin Weathington (Mountain View Academy) -- Netted 35 points in a 78-64 triumph over Mid-Peninsula. Weathington had 57 in a single game in January.


Sheridan Arredondo (Saugus) -- Blocked 12 shots and snared 14 rebounds in 74-39 win over Canyon of Canyon Country.

Dominisha Britton (Vanden, Travis AFB) -- In the Vikings' 66-54 triumph over Encina of Sacramento, Britton banged home 30 points.

Markisha Coleman (Eastside Prep, Palo Alto) -- Dominated with 32 points as Eastside Prep rolled over St. Lawrence Academy of Sunnyvale, 91-27.

Amanda Foster (Marshall, Los Angeles) -- Amanda led the Barristers to a 55-47 victory over Eagle Rock with 10 points, 26 rebounds, 5 blocks, and three steals.

Kelly Geis (El Segundo) -- Geis tied a CIF Southern Section record for most free throws in a career with 496, as she scored 35 points, including 18-of-19 from the free throw line, in El Segundo's 69-57 victory over Culver City.

Jamie Hagiya (South, Torrance) -- Posted a triple-double with 20 points, 10 assists and 10 steals as Spartans downed El Segundo, 53-29. Hagiya also went over the 1,000-point scoring barrier for her career.

Brooke Hodges (Forest Lake Christian, Auburn) -- Only a freshman, Hodges came up big with 31 points, six steals and five assists as team crushed Wilton Christian, 90-36.

Charde Houston (San Diego) -- State's top scorer with an average near 34 ppg came up big again with 37 points as Cavers knocked off Kearny, 88-70, in a mild San Diego Section upset.

Christine Kepenekian (Burbank) -- Scored a season-high 43 points, including six triples, but nit wasn?t enough as Burbank fell to Valencia, 72-59, on Tuesday.

Amanda Livingston (Troy, Fullerton) -- Scored 32 points and hauled down 14 rebounds in impressive 76-48 victory over La Habra.

Ashley Miller (Taft) -- Ashley had the top reported single-game total in the CIF Central Section with 37 points in team?s 65-54 triumph over Tehachapi.

Ashley Moody (King-Drew, Los Angeles) -- Led a 93-12 drubbing of Middle College with 36 points.

Eshaya Murphy (Montclair Prep, Van Nuys) -- Murphy, who is one of the leading scorers in the state, scored 36 points in a 64-54 defeat of Pacific Hills.

Courtney & Ashley Paris (Modesto Christian) -- The Paris sisters were "Twin Trouble" Thursday against Delhi. The Crusader duo each scored 33 points in the 94-22 victory.

Katie Parzale (Villanova) -- Paced a 46-20 devastation of Laguna Blanca with a triple-double. Parzale scored 11 points, hauled down 12 rebounds, had 12 steals, and added five blocks.

Lindsey Pluimer (San Clemente) -- Her 24 points in a 57-32 victory over El Toro broke the school record for most points scored in a season and improved her team's record to 20-3 on the season.

Stephanie Selph (Immanuel Christian) -- Scored 37 points to led her team to a 52-45 Hi-Lo League victory over Big Pine.

Rose Sierra (Faith Baptist) -- Paced her teams 66-10 romp over First Lutheran with 16 points, 11 steals, nine assists and seven rebounds. On this night, Sierra came out smelling like a "Rose."

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