It’s finally time to present the 37th annual Cal-Hi Sports all-state elite boys basketball teams. These are the teams selected regardless of CIF division or year in school. Every player is written up and profiled. It’s a group with 22 seniors, seven juniors and one sophomore.
Welcome to the first steps toward selection of the 37th annual Cal-Hi Sports all-state teams in boys basketball. This initial set of nominees is only the beginning. A second updated list – which will be for Gold Club members – will be posted after we’ve collected nominees from any parents, coaches and fans who want […]
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.
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.
It’s time to launch our winter basketball content on CalHiSports.com and Bishop O’Dowd of Oakland has the best player and is the preseason No. 1 team for the 2014-15 season. Mater Dei of Santa Ana is gunning for its fifth straight CIF title in California’s highest classification, but will have to do so without the […]
We tip-off our boys basketball coverage for the 2014-15 school year for Gold Club VIPs with a look at the state’s top college prospects in each class, beginning with seniors (2015). Our post-summer Cal-Hi Sports Hot 100 will be updated at least once during the season and we’ll come back and publish our final rankings...
Village Christian of Sun Valley wins boys CIFSS Div. 4-A title with victory over Windward of Los Angeles. The Crusaders enter the regional playoffs on a 10-game winning streak since a loss to state No. 1 Mater Dei and is a viable contender for the Division IV state title.