La Jolla Country Day grad and former Ms. Basketball State Player of the Year moves to within 78 points of NCAA women’s record that was set in 2001.
It hasn’t always been easy for La Jolla Bishop’s senior Destiny Littleton on her way to the state career scoring record. She just makes it look that way. As she now moves up on the national career scoring list, Littleton and head coach Marlon Wells gave the Cal-Hi Sports Caravan exclusive access and first-time revelations […]
Congratulations to Destiny Littleton for becoming the leader in the Cal-Hi Sports state records for career scoring in girls basketball. We have now updated the list with her name showing on top....
High-scoring Destiny Littleton from Bishop’s of La Jolla becomes California’s all-time career scoring leader with 30 points on Saturday night as she moves past fellow San Diego Section all-time great Charde Houston with 3,839th point. In honor of that feat, we have updated the all-time state list of all players above 2,400 and have posted […]
What a difference one week makes in the quest for the all-time Cal-Hi Sports girls high school state scoring record that Destiny Littleton of La Jolla Bishop’s is chasing. This is what has happened since our last report a little over a week ago: More State Record Updates and New State Top 20 Rankings (coming […]
Former Cal-Hi Sports Mr. Basketball Baron Davis unveils Reading and Learning Center during Wednesday ceremony at his old elementary school in South Los Angeles. Ceremony emceed by women’s basketball great Cheryl Miller.
We recently began a new yearly feature with Jason Kidd at No. 2 on the all-time boys basketball player rankings. It’s now time to present the best for girls. The first rankings should surprise no one with legendary Cheryl Miller at No. 1.
Two who played for dominant Inglewood Morningside program – Lisa Leslie and Tina Thompson – are both in the top five on these all-time state player rankings. One current WNBA star point guard made it at No. 19 and can move up in future years....