In addition to the first 10 players overall that are written up and showcased, the Cal-Hi Sports all-state girls basketball selections also features two more sets of 10 regarded as our best of the best. Schools getting multiple picks among the top 30 include St. Mary’s of Stockton, Chaminade of West Hills, Long Beach Poly […]
Gelo Ball is the Ball brother with the most prolific stats from last week with 40 and 35 points for No. 1 Chino Hills. Colin Slater of Reedley Immanuel, though, did better with 48-point outburst. For girls, Amber Melgoza getting 31 for Santa Barbara against Mater Dei stands out. This week’s honor roll also includes […]
It’s a 50-point party for Marin Academy’s Kyle Roach and Santa Barbara’s Amber Melgoza. We’ve got some huge grid-hooper standouts as well, led by Sheldon Croney from Ridgeview of Bakersfield, plus one team with a quadruple-double and triple-double in the same game.
Based on this week’s hot scorers, UC Irvine has got a dandy class coming in led by Brandon Smith & Max Hazzard. For the girls, Freedom of Oakley’s Cydnee Kinslow makes the state record book for blocking 16 shots in one game.
Betweeen Colin Slater, Ethan Richardson and Rebecca Gallis, they’re keeping CIF Central Section historian Bob Barnett pretty busy these days. A huge week by All-American candidate Sabrina Ionusu of Orinda Miramonte, meanwhile, also stands out.
Modesto Christian is now firmly in the mix for NorCal Open Division after win last week over Vanden. We also add three top San Diego Section teams into Division V. That’s where they’ll go for regional playoffs if they get into San Diego Open Division and don’t win title. Please check out and bookmark our...
It’s been the joy of Christmas all season at Oceanside and the 6-foot-5 senior has his biggest week yet. We also have a 48-point outburst from Long Beach Jordan point guard. Among the girls, Dijonai Carrington has another head-turning total for rebounds while Emery’s Antuanisha Wright pours in 40 and 34 points in back-to-back outings.
Player comes up one short of 50 in team’s one-point loss. Plus, more huge totals for Maranatha’s Tyler Dorsey and Cordova’s Jordan Roberson. For the girls, it’s 35 points for a McDonald’s All-American and 35 points for a McDonald.
This feature has switched to boys and girls basketball and like we did in football we are going to do our best to spread around the honors as much as possible with one boy and one girl chosen from each region. This week’s best are from National City, Santa Barbara, Brentwood and Richmond.
The first segment of the 2013-14 all-state teams for girls basketball (which marks the 34th year we’ve been doing them) highlights the best among juniors, sophomores and freshmen. Leading the way with three players each on the various squads are Mater Dei of Santa Ana, Bishop O’Dowd of Oakland, St. Mary’s of Stockton and Sierra […]