All-State Basketball: Boys CIF Divisions

Mater Dei of Santa Ana players attempt to keep Etiwanda's Tim Myles from getting good position during the CIF Southern California Open Division regional final won by the Monarchs. Photo by Andrew Drennen.

Jordan Strawberry of Mater Dei (No. 34) and Tim Myles of Etiwanda (No. 33) are Division I all-state picks.

This is the third and final group of 2013 Cal-Hi Sports all-state boys basketball teams, which breaks down the best within each CIF state playoff division.

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First Team
G — Dakarai Allen (Sheldon, Sacramento) 6-5 Sr.
C — Jordan Bell (Long Beach Poly) 6-8 Sr.
G — Elijah Brown (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) 6-4 Sr.
F — Stanley Johnson (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) 6-6 Jr.
C — Marcus Lee (Deer Valley, Antioch) 6-9 Sr.
G — Jordan Mathews (Santa Monica) 6-3 Sr.
G — Jordan McLaughlin (Etiwanda) 6-1 Jr.
F — Roschon Prince (Long Beach Poly) 6-6 Sr.
G — Corey Silverstrom (Bullard, Fresno) 6-4 Sr.
G — Malik Thames (Pleasant Grove, Elk Grove) 6-1 Sr.
F — Michael Thomas (El Camino Real, Woodland Hills) 6-5 Sr.
F — Keonta Vernon (Tulare) 6-5 Sr.
G — D’Erryl Williams (Sheldon, Sacramento) 6-3 Sr.
G — Kris Yanku (Taft, Woodland Hills) 6-3 Sr.
G — Evan Zeller (Mission Viejo) 6-3 Sr.

Malik Thames poured in 31 points for Pleasant Grove in probably the biggest win in school history, which knocked out perennial power De La Salle from the NorCal Division I playoffs.

Malik Thames

Second Team
G — Tyler Batiste (Westchester, Los Angeles) 6-0 Sr.
G — Sheldon Blackwell (Etiwanda) 6-5 Sr.
F — Aubrey Dawkins (Palo Alto) 6-4 Sr.
G — Andre Edwards (Crenshaw, Los Angeles) 6-5 Sr.
G — Sam Finley (Centennial, Corona) 6-2 Sr.
G — Matthew Grant (Westchester, Los Angeles) 6-3 Sr.
F — Darin Johnson (Sheldon, Sacramento) 6-4 Sr.
F — Tim Myles (Etiwanda) 6-5 Sr.
F — Cole Nordquist (Pleasant Grove, Elk Grove) 6-3 Sr.
G — Elliott Pitts (De La Salle, Concord) 6-5 Sr.
G — Andre Spight (Pasadena) 6-3 Sr.
G — Brandon Randolph (Inglewood) 6-3 Sr.
C — Kameron Rooks (Mission Hills, San Marcos) 7-0 Sr.
G — Kendall Smith (Deer Valley, Antioch) 6-3 Sr.
G — Jordan Strawberry (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) 6-1 Sr.

Player of the Year: Stanley Johnson
Coach of the Year: James Hecht (Santa Monica)


First Team
F — Gabe Bealer (Antelope) 6-5 Sr.
F — Henry Caruso (Serra, San Mateo) 6-4 Sr.
F — Dorian Butler (J.W. North, Riverside) 6-6 Sr.
G — Ian Fox (Redondo Union, Redondo Beach) 6-1 Jr.
F — Aaron Gordon (Archbishop Mitty, San Jose) 6-8 Sr.
G — Jesse Holmes (Chico) 6-2 Sr.
G — Rashad Jackson (Garces, Bakersfield) 6-4 Jr.
G — JoJo McGlaston (Dublin) 6-4 Sr.
F — De’Sean Parsons (Grant, Sacramento) 6-5 Sr.
F — Cameron Walker (Righetti, Santa Maria) 6-6 Soph.

Second Team
G — Derek Biale (Redondo Union, Redondo Beach) 6-1 Sr.
G — Mikey Eggleton (College Park, Pleasant Hill) 5-10 Sr.
G — Damonte Holiday (Hoover, San Diego) 5-11 Jr.
G — Grant Lozoya (Westlake, Westlake Village) 6-2 Sr.
G — Josue Salaam (Hanford West, Hanford) 6-4 Sr.
G — Luke Selway (Villa Park) 6-3 Jr.
F — Michael Smith (El Camino, South San Francisco) 6-3 Sr.
G — Deshon Taylor (J.W. North, Riverside) 6-1 Jr.
G — Gabe Vincent (St. Mary’s, Stockton) 6-2 Jr.
G — Jo Jo Zamora (Newark Memorial) 6-2 Sr.

Player of the Year: Aaron Gordon
Coach of the Year: Reggie Morris Jr. (Redondo Union, Redondo Beach)


First Team
F — Raymond Bowles (Modesto Christian) 6-5 Sr.
G — Tyler Dorsey (St. John Bosco, Bellflower) 6-4 Soph.
F — Isaac Hamilton (St. John Bosco, Bellflower) 6-5 Sr.
F — Nick Hornsby (Tustin) 6-6 Sr.
F — Trey Kell (St. Augustine, San Diego) 6-4 Jr.
G — Brynton Lemar (St. Augustine, San Diego) 6-3 Sr.
G — Ron Lee Jr. (Oak Park, Agoura Hills) 6-2 Sr.
G — Max McCoy (Royal, Simi Valley) 6-1 Sr.
G — Khleem Perkins (San Bernardino) 6-3 Sr.
C — Ivan Rabb (Bishop O’Dowd, Oakland) 6-9 Soph.

Second Team
G — Eric Childress (Leuzinger, Lawndale) 6-1 Sr.
F — Daniel Hamilton (St. John Bosco, Bellflower) 6-7 Jr.
G — Jaron Martin (Chaminade, West Hills) 5-9 Sr.
G — Herman Pratt IV (Sacred Heart Cathedral, San Francisco) 6-0 Sr.
C — Eric Stuteville (Casa Roble, Orangevale) 7-0 Sr.
G — Quentin Taylor (Palm Springs) 6-2 Sr.
G — Everett Turner (Colony, Ontario) 6-1 Sr.
G — Izzy Wagner (Mt. Miguel, Spring Valley) 6-2 Sr.
F — Jack Williams (Chaminade, West Hills) 6-8 Jr.
F — Xavier Williams (Cathedral Catholic, San Diego) 6-3 Sr.

Player of the Year: Isaac Hamilton
Coach of the Year: Mike Haupt (St. Augustine, San Diego)


Mario Dunn has been called the "heart and soul" of Salesian's state-ranked team.

Mario Dunn

First Team
F — Jabari Bird (Salesian, Richmond) 6-6 Sr.
G — Mario Dunn (Salesian, Richmond) 5-10 Sr.
G — Jose Estrada (Cantwell-Sacred Heart, Montebello) 6-1 Sr.
F — LeLand King (Brentwood, Los Angeles) 6-5 Sr.
F — Lamond Murray Jr. (Bishop Montgomery, Torrance) 6-6 Sr.
G — London Perrantes (Crespi, Encino) 6-4 Sr.
G — Jahmel Taylor (Pacific Hills, Los Angeles) 6-0 Sr.
G — Devin Watson (Army-Navy, Carlsbad) 5-10 Jr.
G — Jordan Wilson (Windward, Los Angeles) 5-8 Sr.
F — Namon Wright (Pacific Hills, Los Angeles) 6-5 Jr.

Second Team
G — Noah Allen (Palma, Salinas) 6-5 Sr.
G — McKay Anderson (Lutheran, La Verne) 6-5 Sr.
G — Eric Cooper Jr. (St. Anthony, Long Beach) 6-3 Sr.
F — Corey Hammell (Cardinal Newman, Santa Rosa) 6-6 Sr.
F — Joe Rushing (Lutheran, La Verne) 6-5 Jr.
G — Tra Holder (Brentwood, Los Angeles) 6-0 Jr.
G — Marcus Jackson (Pacific Hills, Los Angeles) 6-3 Sr.
G — Jeremy Major (Maranatha, Sierra Madre) 5-10 Sr.
G — Chance Murray (Price, Los Angeles) 6-3 Sr.
C — Cheikh N’diaye (Army-Navy, Carlsbad) 7-1 Sr.

Player of the Year: Jabari Bird
Coach of the Year: Tom Bonfigli (Cardinal Newman, Santa Rosa)


First Team
F — Bryan Alberts (Village Christian, Sun Valley) 6-5 Jr.
G — Robert Cartwright (Flintridge Prep, La Canada) 6-2 Jr.
F — Tyler Coppin-Carter (Buckley, Sherman Oaks) 6-4 Sr.
C — John Fenton (Central Catholic, Modesto) 6-9 Sr.
C — Broderick Jones (View Park Prep, Los Angeles) 6-9 Soph.
F — T.J. Leaf (Foothills Christian, El Cajon) 6-7 Fr.
C — Jimbo Lull (Rolling Hills Prep, San Pedro) 6-10 Soph.
C — Mamadou Ndiaye (Brethren Christian, Huntington Beach) 7-5 Sr.
G — Cody Underwood (Horizon, San Diego) 6-1 Sr.
C — Temidayo Yussef (St. Joseph Notre Dame, Alameda) 6-7 Jr.

Second Team
G — Quinton Adlesh (Mission Prep, San Luis Obispo) 6-0 Soph.
F — Josh Ayaji (San Gabriel Academy, San Gabriel) 6-5 Jr.
F — Darren Carrington (Horizon, San Diego) 6-3 Sr.
F — Chance Comanche (View Park Prep, Los Angeles) 6-9 Soph.
G — Ryan Diew (Head-Royce, Oakland) 6-2 Sr.
G — Harold Getz (University, San Francisco) 6-3 Sr.
F — Marsalis Johnson (Village Christian, Sun Valley) 6-7 Jr.
F — Nifae Lealao Jr. (Capital Christian, Sacramento) 6-6 Jr.
G — Caleb Richey (Bishop Diego, Santa Barbara) 5-9 Sr.
C — Ryan Wiley (Rio Hondo Prep, Arcadia) 6-6 Sr.

Player of the Year: Mamadou Ndiaye
Coach of the Year: Kevin McCloskey (San Gabriel Academy, San Gabriel)

Notes: Everybody listed above should consider themselves an all-state choice. Keep in mind players from the CIF L.A. City Section were chosen according to CIF divisions. In the past, all L.A. City players were lumped into Division I, but the section has added many schools in recent years which have lowered enrollments at schools previous among the biggest in the state. Also, there were a few instances in which we did favor a senior over a younger player because the younger player was going to be named to the all-state underclass team. Thanks to Mark Tennis, Harold Abend and Paul Muyskens for contributions toward selection of these teams.

Ronnie Flores is the managing editor of He can be reached at Don’t forget to follow him on Twitter: @RonMFlores

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