We have two weeks of honor roll performers, coaching accomplishments and more in this installment of this feature. For boys hoops, we have the fourth coach in state history to win his 900th game, plus we have a player reaching 2,000 career points and a team winning its 17th consecutive league title. For girls hoops,...
By the quicker-than-usual and sudden end to the 2019-20 California high school boys basketball season, there was one more added to the 900-win club, one more added to 800 wins, one more added to 600 and we have three newly entered on our radar list of those with 500 or more all-time wins. Of course, […]
In between our announcement of the 2018 State Coach of the Year for girls basketball (which came on Friday) and the 2018 State Coach of the Year for boys basketball (coming Monday), we have updated all of the state coaching records in our exclusive files that include some of the best ever for both genders. […]
In the next few weeks, there could be several longtime boys basketball coaches in California who will be getting miletone wins. Here’s a look at those to watch. To see Gold Club list including every one of the state’s boys basketball coaches with 600 or more reported wins, CLICK HERE.
In conjunction with our final, expanded State Top 40 rankings, we also are releasing our final divisional state rankings for boys basketball. We have expanded each division by five teams and we list teams to watch for the 2017-18 season. Teams getting moved up for the final rankings include Bellarmine of San Jose (D1), Foothills...
We pick which eight teams in both Southern California and Northern California to us seem headed toward this year’s Open Division. We then go through each division both north and south to see if it’s possible to point toward certain teams as leading state title contenders. The group includes one team that is unbeaten at […]
For the second consecutive week, there is only one newcomer to this week’s rankings at No. 20, but this time we pull up the next NorCal team instead of one from down South. Of the 16 teams in the CIF Southern Section Open Division, 11 are state-ranked and we break down Friday’s first round matchups...
Baseball and wrestling No. 1 finishes spark Buchanan of Clovis to School of the Year choice for boys sports only. Great Oak of Temecula, meanwhile, gains the nod for girls sports only. Other schools gaining overall statewide sports excellence accolades for 2015-16 include Mira Costa of Manhattan Beach (D2), Cathedral Catholic of San Diego (D3), […]
Congratulations to all of the Cal-Hi Sports State Coaches of the year for boys basketball. One of our divisional choices happens to be a former assistant for our State Coach of the Year. Another is a police lieutenant in his day job. Another is a retired teacher who has found his niche coaching at his […]
Crespi of Encino follows up last year’s Division IV state title by beating Berkeley in this year’s Division I championship. The other two winners on the day at Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento are Manteca (D3) and St. Joseph Notre Dame (D5). Pilots’ head coach Don Lippi also makes history by recording 800th career win. […]