With four straight CIF state titles in the highest classification, the Monarchs will now get to try for five after they defeat Fairfax 51-40 in the SoCal Open Division championship. Go inside here for recaps of all of the SoCal boys championship games both from Long Beach and Ontario. Other winners were Chino Hills (D1), […]
Maranatha of Pasadena wins its first boys basketball CIF Southern Section title in school history with a 59-53 victory over Campbell Hall of North Hollywood in 4A title game. Star guards for both teams score 25 points, but it’s the Minutemen role players who come up big.
Two boys players get into a shootout and both hit the 50-point mark while one of our girls honorees gets listed with a 42-point, 14-steal, 12-assist triple-double. That girl, though, San Bernardino Arroyo Valley’s Tamera Trigg, is on a team now in the hot seat for winning 161-2 earlier this week.
Aaron Holiday and Mariya Moore top the boys-girls honor rolls each with getting 38 points in a game. Sophomores Tommy Rutherford, Sierra Campisano and Jackie Cenan also continue to put strong totals against more than decent competition.
It’s another week of stat stuffing excellence, including a boy from Branham (in San Jose) and a girl named Branham (frem West Ranch of Valencia). We also have Cole Lockwood from Santa Clara (41 points) and Ali Englehart (21 of 24 free throws).
After highly-touted sophomore point guard Lonzo Ball from Chino Hills commits to UCLA is a somewhat surprising move because of its timing, the dominoes fell with regards to another highly-regarded guard prospect committing to a Pac-12 school.
Sacramento Country Day player frolics for 53, Holiday handles his business with 48 and Bald scalds foe for 46 to lead the boys. Best of girls includes Berkeley’s Howard and Fresno Edison’s Sims.
Two big-time sophomore boys both score 40 points or more in head-to-head matchup. Best of girls include quadruple-double and triple-double from same team in same game. By Harold Abend & Paul Muyskens with contribution by Bob Barnett.
Izzy Wagner of Mt. Miguel is averaging more than 40 ppg and it’s not on MaxPreps. Among girls on this week’s honor roll is rebounding phenom Alisha Henderson. By Harold Abend & Paul Muyskens with contribution by Bob Barnett.