Tuesday was not a good night for four local boys' basketball teams, as the postseason came to an end for Ocean View, Edison, Huntington Beach and Brethren Christian.
Thousand Oaks 82, Ocean View 65: The visiting Seahawks — the top-ranked team in the division who brought an 18-game win streak into the second-round matchup — couldn't overcome the hot-shooting Lancers, who used the three-point shot to pull off the upset victory. Thousand Oaks, the No. 15-seed that tied for third in the Marmonte League, was 11 of 13 from three-point range.
Senior Cristian Rivera scored 24 points and collected eight rebounds and senior center Conor Clifford had 11 points and 12 rebounds for the Seahawks.
"They came out with a lot of energy from the start," Ocean View co-Coach Tim Walsh said. "They had a great crowd, which gave them a great home-court advantage. They played a zone and took some things away from us. We weren't the aggressors and it just felt like things were not going our way all night."