Valencia junior Lonnie Jackson leads a group of five basketball players from Santa Clarita high schools on the All-CIF teams.
Jackson led the Foothill League with a Valencia High School record 23.6 points per game and earned a spot on the All-CIF Division I-A first team. He also set school marks in career points with 1,464 and points in a single game, 38 against Grant on Dec. 8.
Golden Valley’s Trevor Wiseman also earned a spot on the All-CIF Division I-A first team after averaging 20 points and nine rebounds per game in his senior season.
Canyon’s Brooke LeMar was the only girls basketball player from the Santa Clarita Valley to make an All-CIF team. The senior is on the Division II-AA team after averaging 14.9 points per game and leading Canyon to its first league championship since 1973.
Canyon’s Wesley Bartole earned a spot on the Division II-AA All-CIF team after leading his team with 15.1 points per game.
Santa Clarita Christian’s Davion Cotterell is on the Division VI-AA All-CIF team. He averaged 23 points and nine rebounds per game for Santa Clarita Christian.
In college golf, the College of the Canyons men’s team won a Western State Conference match by one stroke over Bakersfield College at the SCGA Club Course in Temecula.
COC shot an even-par 360 as a team. Bakersfield was second at 361, followed by Santa Barbara at 375.
Colin Wheeler shot a 4-under par 68 to lead COC and recorded the low round of the match. Alex Macaluso and Ryan Wetlig each shot even-par 72s for COC.
In college baseball, The Master’s College lost both games of a doubleheader to California Baptist. The Master’s College lost the first game, 8-1, and the second game by the same score, 8-1.
Jared Otto drove in The Master’s College’s only run in the first game with a single in the seventh inning.
Parker Price drove in The Master’s College’s only run in the second game. He was 2-for-4.
The Lakers look like they are falling into a funk again after losing to the New Orleans Hornets, 108-100. The Lakers have lost two of their last three games and played an uninspired game against the Hornets.
They trailed the Hornets for the final three quarters and were behind by as many as 17 points in the fourth quarter.
Chris Paul recorded a double-double with 15 points and 13 assists for the Hornets.
Pau Gasol had a double-double of his own, with 26 points and 22 rebounds. Kobe Bryant scored 31 points.
The Kings lost to the Minnesota Wild, 3-2. The Kings tied the game 2-2 early third period, but Martin Havlat scored a power-play goal later in the period to give the Wild the win.
Scott Parse scored both goals for the Kings.
The Kings are in Nashville for a game against the Predators tonight. Pregame starts at 4:30 on AM 1220, KHTS.