Boys Basketball Team Records

Welcome to the online Cal-Hi Sports State Record Book & Almanac. These state record lists are for team records in boys basketball. For more on late Cal-Hi Sports record book founder Nelson Tennis, CLICK HERE. These totals are through all games of the 2018 season. To submit a record or report a correction online, CLICK HERE and completely fill out the form. To inquire about a state or section record, please email markjtennis@gmail.com or call 209.608.1317 to speak to Cal-Hi Sports co-founder Mark Tennis.

Longest Win Streaks
66 – Compton, 1967-69
65 – Oakland McClymonds, 1957-1960*
60 – Chino Hills, 2015-2017
59 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1984-86
57 – San Anselmo Drake, 1980-82
53 – Compton, 1951-53
53 – Stockton Stagg, 1971-73
49 – La Mesa Helix, 1968-1970
49 – Cloverdale, 1982-84
48 – Oxnard Santa Clara, 1988-1990
46 – East Bakersfield, 1966-68
46 – Easton Washington, 1984-86
46 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 2013-2015
*Does not include three wins in abbreviated games at 1957 Acker tourney in Redding.

Longest League Win Streaks
170 – Modesto Christian, 1996-2017 (current)
125 – Easton Washington, 1994-2007
98 – Banning, 1983-1991
95 – Palo Alto Eastside Prep, 1998-2005
91 – Oxnard Santa Clara, 1985-1995
83 – San Anselmo Drake, 1980-86*
82 – Oxnard Santa Clara, 1956-1965
82 – Hesperia Christian, 1978-1990
78 – Merced, 1982-88
*Includes league playoff games.

Most Consecutive League Championships
29 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1989-2017 (current)**
21 – Modesto Christian, 1997-2017 (current)
19 – Los Angeles Crenshaw, 1973-1991*
17 – Banning, 1978-1993
15 – Hesperia Christian, 1982-1996
15 – Easton Washington, 1994-2008
14 – Stockton, 1917-1930
14 – Lakewood Artesia, 1987-2000
13 – Oxnard Santa Clara, 1985-97
12 – Carmichael Jesuit, 1967-1978
12 – Bishop, 1972-1983
12 – Pleasanton Amador Valley, 1974-1985
12 – Ontario Colony, 1996-2017 (current)
**Last league loss was in 2011
*Counting forfeited 1972 league title, streak was 22 (1970-1991).

Most Undefeated Seasons
5 – Oakland McClymonds (1958, 1959, 1960, 1962, 2008)
4 – Palo Alto (1929, 1930, 1942, 1993)
3 – Compton (1952, 1968, 1969)
3 – Los Angeles Crenshaw (1972*, 1973, 1985)
Regular Season:
7 – Oakland McClymonds (1956, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1962, 1993, 2008)
4 – Los Angeles Crenshaw (1972*, 1973, 1985, 1988)
4 – Palo Alto (1929, 1930, 1942, 1993)
*Forfeited 12 of 14 games in 1972.

Most Wins (Season)
39 – Lodi, 1911 (39-7)*
39 – Fresno Clovis West, 2000 (39-3)**
37 – Oakland Bishop O’Dowd, 1967 (37-2)
36 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1995 (36-1)
36 – San Francisco McAteer, 2001 (36-2)
36 – Santa Cruz, 2005 (36-1)
35 – Chino Hills, 2016 (35-0)
35 – Carmichael Jesuit, 1993 (35-2)
35 – Ripon Christian, 1994 (35-1)
35 – North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake, 1997 (35-1)
35 – Compton Dominguez, 2000 (35-2)
35 – Bakersfield Garces, 2003 (35-2)
35 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 2003 (35-2)
35 – Los Angeles Westchester, 2009 (35-2)
35 – Richmond Salesian, 2011 (35-2*)
35 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 2014 (35-0)
35 – Chino Hills, 2016 (35-0)
35 – San Francisco Mission, 2017 (35-1)
34 – Los Angeles Mt. Carmel, 1947 (34-2)
34 – Los Angeles Loyola, 1953 (34-2)
34 – El Segundo, 1967 (34-1)
34 – San Anselmo Drake, 1982 (34-0)
34 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1990 (34-1)
34 – Hayward, 1991 (34-2)
34 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1992 (34-2)
34 – Ripon Christian, 1992 (34-1)
34 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1996 (34-2)
34 – Compton Dominguez, 1996 (34-2)
34 – Modesto Christian, 2001 (34-4)
34 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 2000 (34-3)***
34 – Los Angeles Price, 2000 (34-1)
34 – Los Angeles Price, 2003 (34-2)
34 – Sacramento Foothill, 2003 (34-2)
34 – Gardena Serra, 2010 (34-2)
34 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 2012 (34-2)
34 – Carlsbad La Costa Canyon, 2012 (34-3)
34 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 2013 (34-2)
*Doesn’t include four wins by default and one loss by default.
**CIF Southern Regional title later taken away due to use of ineligible player.
***Some of the 34 wins were forfeited.

Most Consecutive Wins (Season)
35 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 2014 (35-0)
35 – Chino Hills, 2016 (35-0)
34 – El Segundo, 1967 (34-1, lost last)
34 – San Anselmo Drake, 1982 (34-0)
33 – La Mesa Helix, 1970 (33-0)
33 – North Highlands, 1983 (33-1, lost last)
33 – Hayward Mt. Eden, 1986 (33-1, lost last)
33 – Stockton St. Mary’s, 1989 (33-1, lost last)
33 – Glendora, 1992 (33-1, lost last)
33 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1994 (33-1, lost last)
33 – Modesto Christian, 1997 (33-0)
32 – Compton, 1952 (32-0)
32 – Compton, 1968 (32-0)
32 – Spring Valley Mt. Miguel, 1968 (32-0)
32 – Berkeley, 1970 (32-0)
32 – San Diego Kearny, 1974 (32-0)
32 – Oakland McClymonds, 2008 (32-0)
32 – Santa Cruz, 1999 (32-1, lost last)
32 – Newark Memorial, 2000 (32-1, lost last)
32 – North Hollywood Campbell Hall, 2005 (32-0)

Best Season Records
35-0 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 2014
35-0 – Chino Hills, 2016
34-0 – San Anselmo Drake, 1982
33-0 – La Mesa Helix, 1970
33-0 – Modesto Christian, 1997
32-0 – Compton, 1952
32-0 – Compton, 1968
32-0 – Spring Valley Mt. Miguel, 1968
32-0 – Berkeley, 1970
32-0 – San Diego Kearny, 1974
32-0 – North Hollywood Campbell Hall, 2005
32-0 – Oakland McClymonds, 2008
31-0 – Palo Alto, 1993
30-0 – Ventura, 1949
30-0 – Compton, 1969
30-0 – Elk Grove, 1974
Note: In 1985, Los Angeles Crenshaw was 24-0 plus 6-0 in a post-season
international tourney in Europe.

Most Points (Game)
156 – San Francisco Balboa vs. San Francisco O’Connell (82), Jan. 1993
151 – San Francisco Mission vs. San Francisco International Studies (38), Feb. 1992
151 – San Juan Capistrano St. Margaret’s vs. South Gate Southeast Lutheran (35), Feb. 1994
150 – Geyserville vs. Middletown (81), Feb. 1967
149 – Los Angeles Crenshaw vs. Los Angeles Murphy (64), Dec. 1987
148 – Tarzana Stoneridge Prep vs. Sherman Oaks Bridges Academy (23), Dec. 2002
147 – Los Angeles Jefferson vs. Los Angeles Washington (87), Jan. 1966
146 – San Francisco Balboa vs. Gridley (62), Dec. 1995
146 – Chino Hills vs. Rancho Cucamonga Los Osos (123), Feb. 2017
145 – Oakland Patton vs. San Jose Christian Community, 1991
144 – Los Angeles Jefferson vs. Gardena (34), Feb. 1953
144 – La Canada Ribet vs. Antelope Valley Christian (38), Feb. 1991
143 – La Jolla Country Day vs. Pine Valley Mountain Empire (60), Jan. 1992
143 – Oakland McClymonds vs. Richmond Kennedy (53), Dec. 1992
143 – Los Angeles Crenshaw vs. Harbor City Narbonne (67), Jan. 1994
143 – Whitewater St. John’s vs. Long Beach Youth Home (25), Jan. 1996
142 – Los Angeles Dorsey vs. Sylmar (44), Dec. 1974
141 – Portola vs. Los Molinos (74), Feb. 1992
141 – Los Angeles Crenshaw vs. Gardena (70), Feb. 1994
140 – Los Angeles Jefferson vs. Gardena (67), Nov. 1964
140 – Los Angeles Jefferson vs. Los Angeles Washington (70), Jan. 1972
140 – Gardena Serra vs. Los Angeles Salesian (59), Feb. 1981
140 – San Bernardino Cajon vs. Lake Arrowhead Rim of the World (73), Feb. 1998
International length 40-minute games:
199 – Los Angeles Crenshaw vs. Ireland (81), May 1985
197 – Los Angeles Crenshaw vs. Luxembourg (65), May 1985

Most 100-Pt. Games (Season)
18 – San Francisco Balboa, 1996 (33 games)
18 – Chino Hills, 2016 (35 games)
17 – Chino Hills, 2017 (33 games)
15 – Portola, 1992 (28 games)
15 – Los Angeles Crenshaw, 1996 (33 games)
14 – Los Angeles Crenshaw, 1988 (29 games)
14 – San Francisco Balboa, 1994 (35 games)
13 – Los Angeles Crenshaw, 1994 (31 games)
12 – Los Angeles Dorsey, 1975 (25 games)
12 – Los Angeles Crenshaw, 1985 (24 games)
11 – Los Angeles Jefferson, 1966 (18 games)
10 – Los Angeles Crenshaw, 1986 (27 games)
10 – McFarland, 1996 (26 games)
Regular Season:
17 – San Francisco Balboa, 1996 (29 games)
15 – Chino Hills, 2017 (28 games)
13 – Portola, 1992 (23 games)
13 – San Francisco Balboa, 1994 (30 games)
13 – Los Angeles Crenshaw, 1996 (25 games)
12 – Chino Hills, 2016 (27 games)
11 – Los Angeles Crenshaw, 1988 (22 games)
11 – Los Angeles Crenshaw, 1994 (23 games)
10 – Los Angeles Dorsey, 1975 (21 games)
10 – McFarland, 1996 (24 games)

Most Consecutive 100-Pt. Games
7 – Fresno San Joaquin Memorial, 1971
7 – Inglewood South Bay Lutheran, 1988
6 – Los Angeles Crenshaw, 1985
6 – San Francisco Balboa, 1996
6 – Los Angeles Crenshaw, 1996
5 – Los Angeles Crenshaw, 1985
5 – San Francisco Balboa, 1995 (Nov.- Dec.)
5 – Easton Washington, 1998
5 – Chino Hills, 2016
5 – Chino Hills, 2017

Highest Scoring Averages (Season)
110.9 – Los Angeles Jefferson, 1966 (1996/18) (15-3)
104.5 – San Francisco Balboa, 1996 (3448/33) (30-3)
102.3 – Chino Hills, 2017 (3375/33) (30-3)
101.3 – Los Angeles Jefferson, 1965 (1823/18) (17-1)
100.8 – Portola, 1992 (2823/28) (23-5)
99.3 – Los Angeles Dorsey, 1975 (2482/25) (24-1)
98.5 – Chino Hills, 2016 (3447/35) (35-0)
97.1 – Los Angeles Crenshaw, 1994 (3009/31) (29-2)
Regular Season:
112.8 – Los Angeles Jefferson, 1966 (1579/14) (12-2)
105.9 – San Francisco Balboa, 1996 (3070/29) (27-2)
105.4 – Los Angeles Jefferson, 1965 (1476/14) (13-1)
102.9 – Chino Hills, 2017 (2882/28) (27-1)
100.0 – Los Angeles Dorsey, 1975 (2100/21) (21-0)
99.7 – Los Angeles Crenshaw, 1994 (2292/23) (21-2)
99.6 – Chino Hills, 2016 (2689/27) (27-0)
99.3 – Portola, 1992 (2284/23) (20-3)

Most Points (Season)
3,448 – San Francisco Balboa, 1996 (30-3)
3,447 – Chino Hills, 2016 (35-0)
3,375 – Chino Hills, 2017 (30-3)
3,228 – San Francisco Balboa, 1994 (32-3)
3,222 – Los Angeles Crenshaw, 1996 (28-5)
3,009 – Los Angeles Crenshaw, 1994 (29-2)
2,959 – Los Angeles Westchester, 2002 (32-2)
2,934 – Compton Dominguez, 1996 (34-2)
2,924 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 2007 (33-4)
2,914 – Compton Dominguez, 1995 (32-3)
2,908 – Fresno Clovis West, 1998 (31-3)
2,864 – Carmichael Jesuit, 1994 (31-7)
2.838 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 2006 (33-3)
2,823 – Portola, 1992 (23-5)
2,823 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1995 (36-1)
2,821 – Berkeley, 1970 (32-0)
2,819 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 2008 (35-1)
2,798 – Hayward, 1991 (34-2)
Regular Season:
3,070 – San Francisco Balboa, 1996 (27-2)
2,882 – Chino Hills, 2017 (27-1)
2,823 – San Francisco Balboa, 1994 (28-2)
2,689 – Chino Hills, 2016 (27-0)
2,569 – Oakland St. Elizabeth, 1973 (28-1)
2,468 – Los Angeles Crenshaw, 1996 (20-5)
2,458 – Fresno Clovis West, 1998 (26-2)
2,421 – San Diego Lincoln, 1989 (25-1)
2,403 – Berkeley, 1970 (27-0)
2,400 – Los Angeles Verbum Dei, 1975 (25-0)
2,309 – Sacramento Johnson, 1992 (24-7)
2,306 – Easton Washington, 1998 (23-3)
2,303 – Los Angeles Westchester, 2002 (24-2)
2,292 – Los Angeles Crenshaw, 1994 (21-2)
2,284 – Portola, 1992 (20-3)

Most All-Time Wins
2,030 – Long Beach Poly, 1907-2017 (672 losses)
1,749 – Berkeley, 1904-2017*
1,600 – Fresno Edison, 1927-2017 (622 losses, 2 ties)
1,594 – Compton, thru 2017*
1,547 – Oakland Bishop O’Dowd, 1954-2017 (424 losses) (possibly incomplete)
1,529 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1953-2017 (375 losses)
1,519 – Bakersfield, 1908-2017 (614 losses) (slightly incomplete)
1,443 – Huntington Beach, 1906-2017*
*Estimated total.

Most 30-Win Seasons
24 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1986-2017
10 – Oakland Bishop O’Dowd, 1959-1988
6 – Compton Dominguez, 1995-2004
5 – Alameda St. Joseph, 1990-98

Most Consecutive 30-Win Seasons
11 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 2004-2014
6 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1992-97
4 – Fresno Clovis West, 1998-2001
4 – Los Angeles Price, 2000-03
3 – Alameda St. Joseph, 1990-92
3 – Carmichael Jesuit, 1992-94
3 – Lakewood Artesia, 1998-2000
3 – Compton Dominguez, 1999-2001

Most Section Championships
23 – Fresno Edison, 1936-2015
22 – Easton Washington, 1958-2014
22 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1983-2015
20 – Long Beach Poly, 1921-2014
17 – Los Angeles Crenshaw, 1971-2016
17 – Modesto Christian, 1997-2015
15 – Oxnard Santa Clara, 1959-1999
Note: Oakland Section and San Francisco Section only counted for years in which there have been league/section playoffs.

Most Consecutive Section Championships
11 – Modesto Christian, 2000-2010
10 – Redding Enterprise, 1995-2004
9 – Easton Washington, 1982-1990
9 – San Diego Lincoln, 1988-1996
8 – Los Angeles Price, 1999-2006
7 – Compton Dominguez, 1995-2001
6 – Los Angeles Verbum Dei, 1969-1974
6 – Oakland Bishop O’Dowd, 1979-1984
6 – Ripon Christian, 1991-96
6 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1992-97

Most State Championships
11 – Santa Ana Mater Dei (1987, 1990, 1995, 2001, 2003, 2007-08, 2011-2014)
8 – Los Angeles Crenshaw (1983, 1985-86, 1989, 1993-94, 1996-97)
6 – Compton Dominguez (1996-97, 1999-2001, 2004)
6 – Los Angeles Price (2000-03, 2005, 2010)
6 – Los Angeles Westchester (1998, 2002-03, 2005, 2009-10)
6 – Alameda St. Joseph Notre Dame (1991-92, 2004, 2011, 2014, 2016)
5 – Lakewood Artesia (1990, 1992-93, 2006-07)
4 – Stockton (1922-23, 1925, 1928)
4 – Easton Washington (1985, 1988, 1999)
4 – Torrance Bishop Montgomery (2000-01, 2014, 2017)
3 – Ripon Christian (1988, 1992, 1994)
3 – Los Angeles Verbum Dei (1995, 1998-99)
3 – Oxnard Santa Clara (1989-1990, 1999)
3 – San Diego Horizon (2002-03, 2006)
3 – North Hollywood Campbell Hall (2005, 2007-08)
3 – Ross Branson (2006-08)
3 – North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake (1996-97, 2016)

Most Consecutive State Championships
4 – Santa Ana Mater Dei, 2011-2014
4 – Los Angeles Price, 2000-2003
3 – Compton Dominguez, 1999-2001
3 – Ross Branson, 2006-2008

Most Consecutive Playoff Wins
33 – Ross Branson, 2006-2009
32 – Los Angeles Verbum Dei, 1969-1975
28 – Compton Dominguez, 1999-2002
22 – Oxnard Santa Clara, 1989-1991
21 – Oakland McClymonds, 1956-1966
21 – Los Angeles Crenshaw, 1993-95

Most Points Two Teams Combined (Single Game)
269 – Chino Hills (146) vs. Rancho Cucamonga Los Osos (123), Feb. 2017
243 – Torrance North (129) vs Lawndale (114), Jan. 2006
240 – Los Angeles Jefferson (124) vs. Los Angeles (116), Feb. 1975
240 – Los Angeles Jefferson (122) vs. Los Angeles Fremont (118), 1978 (OT)
238 – San Francisco Balboa (156) vs. San Francisco O’Connell (82), Jan. 1993
238 – Pomona (137) vs. La Puente Bassett (101), Jan. 1993
237 – Los Angeles Crenshaw (123) vs. Los Angeles Dorsey (114), Dec. 1978 (6 OTs)
237 – San Francisco Balboa (128) vs. Oakland Skyline (109), Nov. 1995
236 – Chino Hills (128) vs. Temecula Rancho Christian (108), Dec. 2016
234 – Los Angeles Jefferson (147) vs. Los Angeles Washington (87), 1966
231 – Geyserville (150) vs. Middletown (81), Feb. 1967
231 – Chino Hills (131) vs. Henderson (Nev.) Foothill (100), Dec. 2016
230 – San Francisco Balboa (121) vs. Oakland Castlemont (109), Nov. 1995
229 – Los Angeles Roosevelt (118) vs. Los Angeles Locke (111), Feb. 1973 (2 OTs)
226 – Torrance (122) vs. Long Beach Wilson (104), Jan. 1967
226 – Santee West Hills (117) vs. El Cajon Valley (109), Jan. 1999 (4 OTs)
225 – Aptos (129) vs. Soquel (96), Feb. 1988
225 – McFarland (133) vs. Coalinga (92), Feb. 1991
225 – San Francisco Balboa (134) vs. San Francisco McAteer (91), Feb. 1994
International Length Game:
230 – National City Sweetwater (116) vs. Mladost Omovica, Yugoslavia (114), Dec. 1994

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