Top BB teams set for Oct. 21 Rolling Hills Prep event

The first Rolling Hills Prep Fall Basketball Tournament, presented by, is set for Oct. 21 at Cerritos College in Norwalk, RHP Coach Harvey Kitani announced Monday morning.

The 16-team event will include many of the top programs in Southern California, notably Torrance Bishop Montgomery, Santa Ana Mater Dei, L.A. Fairfax and Woodland Hills Taft.

General admission is $10.

The complete schedule: 9 a.m., Taft vs. Compton Dominguez; 10:30, Rolling Hills Prep vs. Altadena St. Francis; Noon, Redondo Beach Redondo vs. Long Beach Poly; 1:30 p.m., Santa Monica vs. La Verne Damien; 3, Pasadena Maranatha vs. Santa Margarita; 4:30, Fairfax vs. Pasadena; 6:30, Mater Dei vs. Chatsworth Sierra Canyon; 8, Bishop Montgomery vs. Temecula Rancho Christian.

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