Marina High's Melissa Lindquist, center, steals the ball during the first half against San Ramon.

Marina High's Melissa Lindquist, center, steals the ball during the first half against San Ramon. (KEVIN CHANG / HB Independent / January 2, 2014)

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With the start to the Sunset, Golden West and Academy league title races getting underway next week, local prep boys' and girls' basketball teams are wrapping up nonleague play in tournament and nonleague action.

Teams wrapped up play in holiday tournament action Monday. League play starts Jan. 9 for girls' teams, and Jan. 10 for boys' teams.

Boys' Basketball

•Edison: The Chargers (11-2) made their way to the championship game of the Estancia/Tustin Classic after slipping past Western, 55-54, on a last-second basket by junior guard Jake Haar in Saturday's semifinals. Junior guard Brae Ivey led Edison with 17 points.

The Chargers defeated Servite, 54-46, for the championship in Monday's tournament final.

Edison started the tournament Dec. 26 and routed Canada Archbishop O'Leary, 96-64. Junior guard AJ Garrity scored 22 points, Ivey had 20 points, junior guard Derek Molina 15 points, and Haar and freshman guard Randall Walker also were in double figures with 14 and 12 points, respectively.

Garrity also had a game-high 25 points the following night, and Ivey scored 12 points, in a 68-51 quarterfinal round win Friday over LACES.

Prior to competing at the Estancia/Tustin Classic, the Chargers took the runner-up spot at the Maui Invitational Dec. 23.

•Fountain Valley: The Barons dropped a 72-65 nonleague game Dec. 24 to visiting Westminster.

Fountain Valley returns to action Monday, hosting Segerstrom in a 7 p.m. nonleague game. The Barons wrap up nonleague play at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday against visiting Beckman.

•Marina: The Vikings went 1-2 to start the Orange Holiday Classic. They defeated Burbank, 44-40, in their opener Dec. 26. Senior guard Derek Mallard scored a team-high 15 points in the win.

Marina plays host to Liberty Christian at 7:30 p.m. Friday in nonleague play.

•Ocean View: The Seahawks completed play Monday at the 24th annual Torrey Pines Classic, where they were edged, 56-54, by La Jolla Country Day. Senior guard Angel Nieves hit four three-pointers and had a team-high 18 points for the Seahawks. Senior forward Tristan Wenschlag scored 13 points and senior guard Evan Bunin finished with 12 points.

Ocean View takes on host El Toro at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Orange County North/South Challenge.

•Brethren Christian: The Warriors won their 10th game of the season Saturday by rolling past Loma Linda Academy, 85-63, in the semifinals of the MaxPreps Holiday Classic. Junior guard Brandon Bryson and sophomore forward Cameron Griffin both scored 24 points, and senior forward Patrick Poss had 10 points, to lead the scoring.

BC won the tournament title Monday with an 82-66 victory over Riverside Christian.

The Warriors take on Laguna Beach at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Orange County North/South Challenge at El Toro High.

Girls' Basketball