Rosco Allen had 16 points, 10 rebounds and five blocked shots as Bishop Gorman finished with a 77-60 victory ove Fort Myers (Fla.) in the City of Palms Classic in Fort Myers.
Shabazz Muhammad scored 24 points for Gorman, which never trailed in the game and grabbed an early 9-2 lead before stretching it out to 44-23 at the half.
Ryan Parks, who won the tournament’s 3-point shooting contest late Monday night, added 11 points for the Gaels, who got 10 rebounds from Ben Carter and eight assists from Gio Guzman.Evin Graham led Fort Myers with 24 points, and teammate Theo Speas scored 13.
Elgin (Ill.) 62, Centennial 55 — At Elgin, Ill., the Bulldogs never recovered from a poor start and fell to the host school in the Elgin Tournament.
Centennial made just 9 of 31 shots in the first half and trailed 28-21 at the half and 48-34 after three quarters.
Justin Jones and Evan Martin each had 14 points for Centennial.
Timpview (Utah) 60, Cheyenne 45 — At St. George, Utah, Corbin Kaufusi had 18 points and 16 rebounds to help the Thunderbirds defeat the Desert Shields at the Dixie Great 8 Tournament.
Cimarron-Memorial 49, La Sierra (Calif.) 42 — At Riverside, Calif., Leilani Blanco had 18 points and 15 steals to help the Spartans overcome an 18-13 first-quarter deficit and top the Eagles in the Lady Bears Holiday Classic.
Traci Parks added 17 points and 12 rebounds for Cimarron, which outscored La Sierra 15-3 in the second quarter and benefitted from eight steals by Blanco in the fourth quarter to seal the win.
Ashley Douglas paced La Sierra with 16 points.
Narbonne (Calif.) 60, Centennial 48 — At Phoenix, Shannon Brown’s 13 points weren’t enough as the Bulldogs fell to the Gauchos in the Nike Tournament of Champions.
Ashley Klemz and Tamera Williams each added eight points for Centennial, which converted only 5 of 21 free throws.
Atoe’ Jackson led Narbonne with 18 points.
Bishop O’Dowd (Calif.) 57, Bishop Gorman 55 — At Phoenix, Gorman’s rally from an early deficit came up short.
April Rivers scored 20 points and Chelsie Pitt 11 for the Gaels, who trailed by seven at halftime and by eight after three quarters