Player comes up one short of 50 in team’s one-point loss. Plus, more huge totals for Maranatha’s Tyler Dorsey and Cordova’s Jordan Roberson. For the girls, it’s 35 points for a McDonald’s All-American and 35 points for a McDonald.
Two boys players get into a shootout and both hit the 50-point mark while one of our girls honorees gets listed with a 42-point, 14-steal, 12-assist triple-double. That girl, though, San Bernardino Arroyo Valley’s Tamera Trigg, is on a team now in the hot seat for winning 161-2 earlier this week.
This feature is switching to basketball this week and like we did in football we are going to do our best spread around the honors as much as possible with one boy and one girl chosen from each region. This week’s best are from Rancho Cordova, Stockton, Corona and San Diego.
We’ll continue our summer boys basketball coverage for Gold Club members with a look at the state’s top sleeper prospects who emerged from the numerous summer events we attended and where we evaluated player. We’ll follow this report with our post-summer player rankings....