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We continue our boys basketball coverage for Gold Club members with a final look at the state’s top college prospects in the junior (2020) class. Our final 2020 Cal-Hi Sports Hot 100 for the 2018-19 school year shows six newcomers since our winter edition. Our final 2018-19 rankings for the 2020 and 2021 classes will be...
We continue our boys basketball coverage for Gold Club members with a final look at the state’s top college prospects in the senior (2019) class. Our final 2019 Cal-Hi Sports Hot 100 shows eight new players and plenty of movement for those who excelled late into the post-season. Our final 2018-19 rankings for the 2020,...
The 2019 Ballislife All-American Game presented by Eastbay is set for May 4 at the Long Beach Convention Center and features seven players recently named to the Cal-Hi Sports All-State team. The national high school all-star game begins at 4:15 p.m. PT/7:15 p.m. ET and is preceded by The BIL Slam Dunk Contest presented by […]
Two-time Mr. Basketball State Player of the Year Onyeka Okongwu of Chino Hills and NorCal Player of the Year Jalen Green of San Joaquin Memorial are headliners for the 41st annual Cal-Hi Sports all-state boys basketball teams. Go inside to see why these 10 have finished their careers as First Team Overall honorees out of […]
Here’s the place to see all of the writeups for those who are second team overall and third team overall on the 41st annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Boys Basketball Teams. The second team features the third player from Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth) among the first 20, two more super talents from the Class of 2020 and […]
It was year two of doing our traditional Cal-Hi Sports All-State Divisional Boys Basketball Teams with the CIF’s switch to competitive equity-based playoff divisions. Some of the section playoffs have changed as well, but others have been the same. These teams are based on the CIF state divisions (not sections) and in some cases we […]
For the second consecutive season, the state’s top honor goes to Onyeka Okongwu of Chino Hills. The USC-bound center has a skill level, defensive ability, and clutch post-season performances over four years that puts him in rare company as a two-time Mr. Basketball winner. It’s all just enough to help him edge guard Cassius Stanley […]
As is another of our traditions, we present our expanded, final State Top 40 overall boys basketball team rankings, this time covering the 2018-19 season. With Sheldon of Sacramento losing in the CIF State Open final, we adjust some open division teams with Rancho Christian and San Diego open champ Torrey Pines getting upward bumps....
In a spectacular display of rim-rattling dunks and jaw-dropping talent, Sierra Canyon of Chatsworth cruises past Sheldon of Sacramento to win its second straight CIF Open Division state championship. The Trailblazers also joined the girls for the first-ever Open Division title sweep since the CIF went to the Open Division in 2013. We also have...
Chino Hills and standout big man Onyeka Okongwu make it three state titles in the last four years with victory against James Logan of Union City in Division I championship. It wasn’t easy, though, as a foul-marred contest saw numerous starters foul out, including Okongwu. We also have recaps and photos from La Jolla Country […]