Tuesday Dec 28 2010 comments 69th Annual Kendall Arnett By: Michael Kirby/Auburn Journal -A +A Placer High School's Cody Riggs drives against a Mira Loma defender. Placer was defeated 60-57 by the Madators. Colfax junior Luke Beninga lays up two points for the Falcons Tuesday night in their opening game of the Kendall Arnett against Nevada Union. The Falcons defeated the Miners 60-50 and will face Del Campo Wednesday night. Colfax's Falcon Austin Oberg in action. Del Oro's Jordan Broyles looks to shoot Tuesday night against Del Campo. The Cougars handed the Golden Eagles a first round loss defeating Del Oro 64-52. Colfax High's Chase Moiser. Colfax's Chase Mosier scored 31 points against Nevada Union. Chase Mosier drives to the basket for Colfax High School in their opening game of the Kendall Arnett tournament Tuesday night. Mosier's 31 points helped the Falcons defeat Nevada Union 60-50. Bear River's Trevor Mcghee drives downcourt. Placer's Josh Turney gets by a Mira Loma defender Tuesday night. Placer Golden Hillmen Pep Band members (L-R)Lauren Strella, Kaitlin Grebe and Zach Lucas, along with the rest of the band, kept the energy level up at the opening night of the 69th Kendall Arnett Tournament Tuesday night at Placer High. Placer cheerleader Kimberleigh Chyzy. Placer's Alec Knox goes up for two points against Mira Loma. Placer's Cody Riggs faces off against Mira Loma's Anthony Rule. The Matadors beat the Hillmen 60-57 in the opening night of the Kendall Arnett. The Hillmen face Bear River Wednesday night. Justin Beskeen playing for Bear River High School scored 27 points in their opening Kendall Arnett game against San Juan. San Juan defeated Bear Rier 76-65. Bear River faces Placer High Wednesday night.