High school sports

It’s title time for Grove and Ocean View


JORDAN HARRIS scored 16 points for Garden Grove in its win over Santiago Friday night. The win clinched at least a tie for the Garden Grove League title. In photo above, he goes up for a rebound in earlier game against Rancho Alamitos (Orange County Tribune photo).

Garden Grove High’s boys’ basketball team clinched at least a tie for the Garden Grove League title Friday night when the Argonauts turned back a challenge from Santiago High and won 62-51.

Jordan Harris scored 16 for Grove, which improved its GGL record to 8-0, and 25-1 overall. Ricky Briseno scored 21 for the Cavaliers (4-4, 16-9). The Argonauts won their 19th straight game and are nearing a school record for most wins. The 1968-69 team posted 27 victories.

Ocean View locked up the Golden West League boys’ crown with an 87-72 win over Westminster. The Seahawks are 8-0 in league with Segerstrom and Westminster at 5-3, with two games left to play. Paul Head hit nine three-pointers for OVHS and finished with 40 points.

In the Empire League, Pacifica probably locked up a CIF-SS playoff spot with its 44-42 win over Tustin High. Andrew Brown had 14 points as the Mariners saw their record go to 6-2 in league (16-8 overall), worth second place by two games with two games to play.

Here are the results of prep basketball action Friday night for teams serving the Garden Grove-Huntington Beach-Westminster area.


  • Ocean View 87, Westminster 72
  • Pacifica 44, Tustin 42
  • Garden Grove 62, Santiago 59
  • Fountain Valley 68, Huntington Beach 51
  • Marina 66, Los Alamitos 51


  • Garden Grove 48, Santiago 20.



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