Two weeks after we updated and posted all of our exclusive boys basketball state records on this site, we’re now ready to add the same for the girls. We now have all California high school girls basketball records online and available at any time for the first time ever and they are completely updated through...
With 2019 coming to a close, we are proud to present the Cal-Hi Sports 2010s All-Decade All-State Teams for girls basketball. Thirty players made the cut, with the first team of 10 players comprised of nine of the 10 Ms. Basketball State Players of the Year. Strange how it worked out that way, but digging...
This is the place to go to find all of the previous all-state girls basketball underclass teams that Cal-Hi Sports has presented since 1989, which is the first year when separate honors began for juniors and sophomores (freshmen were added separately in 1993). Note: To search through these lists requires a Gold Club VIP membership....
Unlike the boys’ first team that had eight seniors and two juniors, the girls’ team only has five seniors, with three juniors and two sophomores.
Here is an updated list of those we consider official nominees for the 2013 all-state basketball teams. The 32nd annual Cal-Hi Sports all-state teams for girls basketball will be announced soon so get any last-second comments, nominations into us by Thursday.
Toughest choice other than overall was in Division I where a sophomore edged a senior. Other honorees from Bakersfield, Oakland and Chatsworth. Go inside here as well for best among juniors and freshmen.
Mitty’s Aaron Gordon caps a spectacular week by winning MVP honors at the 2013 McDonald’s All-American Game in Chicago. In the girls game, California quartet contributes 19 points and 22 rebounds to West’s victory.
A group of six girls are in line to be selected as the 2013 honoree by Cal-Hi Sports. The Ms. Basketball State Player of the Year list now goes back to 1972 with selected players from earlier years, and includes numerous WNBA superstars.
Congrats to Ahlisha Henderson of Reseda for breaking the state’s single-season rebounding record. Only one player has ever gone to the line more than Long Beach Poly’s Roschon Prince. Our stat stars feature begins a new focus of tracking upcoming milestones and honoring performances that make our exclusive state record book.
Congrats to Reggie Morris Jr. of Redondo Union for winning a third section title with three different teams in boys basketball. This feature begins a new focus of tracking upcoming milestones and honoring performances that make our exclusive state record book. State stat stars included as well.