Log In To CalHiSports.com
Cal-Hi Sports On Twitter
Category Archives: girls basketball
It can’t be treated “the same as every other division” if the CIF expects it to be successful and for teams to really want to be part of it....
We take a closer look at the various close calls that had to be made over the final hours of the selection process. Limiting it to just 10 freshmen always makes it harder and this year’s Division IV field was stacked....
Unlike the boys’ first team that had eight seniors and two juniors, the girls’ team only has five seniors, with three juniors and two sophomores.
This is the third and final group of 2013 Cal-Hi Sports all-state girls basketball teams, which breaks down the best within each CIF state playoff division.
Strong representation for Windward, Miramonte and Playa del Rey St. Bernard among others from the Classes of 2014, 2015 and 2016 for these Cal-Hi Sports all-state teams.
This week, we look at Jeff Sink’s return to Brea Olinda girls basketball, Compton High’s football tradition plus more updates in multiple sports. A successful two-year stint with the Brea Olinda boys basketball team has Jeff Sink ready to get back to his true love. After a two-year hiatus, the 1998 State Coach of the...
As a courtesy to users of this site, we want to announce that the release of this year’s boys and girls teams is being delayed at least one week. But we think it’s for a good reason.
Here is an updated list of those we consider official nominees for the 2013 all-state basketball teams. The 32nd annual Cal-Hi Sports all-state teams for girls basketball will be announced soon so get any last-second comments, nominations into us by Thursday.
A solid group of young coaches led by Bishop O’Dowd’s Malik McCord are honored this year, including a rare first-year head coach, two with four years experience, one with five, and the veteran of the group with seven.
It’s a difficult call between her and Jordin Canada, but the senior guard was impeccable against the toughest teams and in games her squad was unable to win. She’s the second Ms. Basketball from La Jolla Country Day and the fourth from the CIF San Diego Section.