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 […]
Etiwanda throws the race for the CIF Open Division girls title wide open with major upset of state No. 1 Windward. Other surprising teams playing for regional titles on Saturday include Pleasant Grove of Elk Grove and Immanuel of Reedley....
As the section playoffs are about to begin in the region, the hot topic remains what will happen to the Bishop O’Dowd girls, who have been disqualified from the NCS playoffs but could still get chosen for the CIF NorCal Open Division. Check this post for the new Cal-Hi Sports Bay Area Top 20 rankings […]
Top-ranked Mater Dei recovers from first quarter deficit to roll past Sacramento while Salesian upsets one of the nation’s top teams At halftime of the nightcap in the four game, first day of the Platinum Division of the 14th Annual West Coast Jamboree, it was looking like an upset was in the brew. That was […]
Sophomore Sierra Campusano of Torrey Pines leads the girls while the boys’ best is a near school record 51 points by Woodland Hills Taft’s Chase Sandifer.
Elite Prospects Games All I can say is blame it on football as my excuse for the tardiness of this blog about last Saturday’s PassThaBall and Project Basketball Elite Prospects Games at Contra Costa College. Then or now really doesn’t make much difference, because the way Gabby Green (St. Mary’s, Berkeley) is playing is news, […]
JBS tops the field at West Coast Shootout in Sacramento behind Joeseta Fatuesi while Cal Ballaz and Desire Finnie heat up the most at Summer in the City held in San Pablo.
In the next to last polls of the season, there are few changes, except in Division I where Berkeley bounds up to No. 8 and Hanford gets a nod as a newcomer at No. 15. Lynwood is a new No. 2 in Division II while Sierra Canyon is a new No. 1 in Division V.