For the 51st year in which there has been a Ms. Basketball State Player of the Year in the Golden State, we have a true Golden girl of talent as the honoree. It could only be the multi-faceted junior Juju Watkins from CIF Open Division state champion Sierra Canyon of Chatsworth. She may take even […]
It goes down to the last game, but that’s the difference for Centennial of Corona guard Jayda Curry in gaining this year’s most prestigious and longest running girls basketball individual honor in California. Choosing a Ms. Basketball with no state championships for a second straight year was made even more complicated by the fact there […]
It’s only been around since 1997 (compared to 1947 for the NBA) so for the WNBA we have not only compiled a list of the all-time first round picks from California but for the entire first through third or fourth rounds. The first college player to ever be selected first in the WNBA Draft in...
With the men’s list getting an update after Tom Brady’s latest Super Bowl win, it’s also past due to complete one for the women. Based on CIF sanctioned sports only, we have Billie Jean King of Long Beach Poly in the top position not just for what she did on the court in tennis, but...
It’s almost with a sense of relief we are able to announce this year’s Ms. Basketball for California is Haley Jones from Archbishop Mitty of San Jose. She’s without question one of the best players in Northern California history so if for various reasons — including an official’s controversial call or two — she hadn’t […]
While in San Diego to cover the La Jolla Country Day Sweet 16 tournament won by Sacred Heart Cathedral of San Francisco, the Caravan ran into Cal-Hi Sports State Freshman, Sophomore and Junior of the Year as well as 2015 Ms. Basketball State Player of the Year finalist Destiny Littleton.
SACRAMENTO – The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) on Thursday announced its 100th Anniversary Winter All-Century Team. The top 100 former student-athletes that received the most votes are included. (Please see below or attached document for a complete list of honorees.) “California has arguably the best high school student-athletes in the nation and I think this […]
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....
It’s a difficult call between her and Jordin Canada, but the senior guard was impeccable against the toughest teams and in games her squad was unable to win. She’s the second Ms. Basketball from La Jolla Country Day and the fourth from the CIF San Diego Section.