Just like the boys, we also have 40 years of honoring the most outstanding California high school girls basketball players with all-state selections. In fact, we just added the first one for 1980 with sophomore Cheryl Miller of Riverside Poly on first team. Here’s a look at which schools have had the most named to […]
We’re going with Long Beach Poly for the win in the Open Division, which could cap a long weekend for NorCal girls other than the first game. On the other hand, we’ve picked much gloom and doom for the North before and it wasn’t that bad. Note: Full post containing analysis of each game for...
J.W. North boys didn’t play last week but jump up from No. 13 to No. 10 due to owning wins over three teams playing for CIF state titles this week. For the girls, we couldn’t quite get either Archbishop Mitty or Modesto Christian into the State Top 20, so one or both may have to […]
Etiwanda was facing a juggernaut used to being in position to compete for a state title in Saturday’s CIF Southern California Open Division final at Citizen’s Bank Arena in Ontario, but it was not intimidated and was within striking distance to perhaps pull off a second consecutive upset.
Each team gets broken down in this post from No. 1 Mater Dei down through new No. 20 Canyon Springs. A list of teams on the bubble is added as well. Get your Gold Club membership today to check it out if you haven’t done so yet....
The first four are from SoCal, led by Mater Dei of Santa Ana, with the next seven from NorCal, led by St. Mary’s of Stockton. Check here for writeups of the first 15 teams.
The real Jackrabbits won’t be able to be evaluated until January 6 when two key transfers will become eligible.
We begin our statewide series of stories and rankings on preseason girls basketball with a look at impact transfers both in the north and south. The major winners could be Long Beach Poly, Gardena Serra and McNair of Stockton.
Cream of the crop list of top players from Las Vegas girls hoop tourney includes the obvious, but we’re more fired up about those who were breakout performers and those we’ll be seeing in future years.
A public school is guaranteed to win the Division I title at Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento and it’s likely going to be Long Beach Poly. Other favorites are Sierra Canyon in Division V and Alemany in Division III, which could make the San Fernando Valley happy.