All of the teams have been finalized and released, but we’re not completely done. Here’s an inside look at the toughest decisions that had to be made, why the Open Division was not treated separately and lists of more top players who just missed getting selected to at least one of our all-state teams....
Two McDonald’s All Americans, several of California’s top stars and national level talent grace Fourth Annual PassThaBall Senior All Star game The Fourth Annual PassThaBall All Star game at Chabot College in Hayward featured two games. The second and marquee game at 1:30 may very well have had the best talent ever assembled in California […]
Our all-state basketball season begins with first list for parents, coaches and fans to look over and offer any additions, corrections. A second updated list also will be posted before this year’s selections are made. This will be the 33rd year of Cal-Hi Sports all-state teams in girls basketball.
Open Division Semifinals: Public schools come up big as Nos. 1 and 2 ranked teams, both top seeds and all four hosts fall
For State Top 20 Scoreboards covering March 14-15 weekend, CLICK HERE. Miramonte explodes on St. Mary’s of Stockton
Redondo boys jump up to No. 3 while J.W. North and Chino Hills are now in the top five after knocking off higher-ranked opponents. For the girls, major powers will probably play again in two weeks after pulsating CIFSS Open Division semifinals. Plus, the Bishop O’Dowd parents are still trying to keep hope alive for […]
Windward of Los Angeles, St. Mary’s (Stockton) and Salesian of Richmond all post solid MLK Day Monday wins The action on Monday at the MLK Showcase at St. Mary’s (Stockton) picked up right where it left off on Saturday with Windward (Los Angeles) completing a sweep of both St. Mary’s teams, but with the hosts […]
The first day of the Stockton St. Mary’s MLK Showcase — just like the second day will be on Monday — featured four of the state’s top 12 teams from the Cal-Hi Sports State Top 20.
The FAB Five for the Eagles are all headed to Division I colleges, including three in the Pac-12. This also is a team that beat both Mater Dei and Long Beach Poly last season.