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...
If there were ties or co-players of the year, this would be the perfect year for it. But in the history of the Ms. Basketball State Player of the Year honor, which goes back to the early 1970s, there are no co-players. And there are none in any other state player of the year selection. […]
Last week we hinted there might be a re-shuffle based on a closer look at all results and more discussion. All-in-all, the first three spots for the 2016-17 season are a slam dunk but after that for the next three it’s basically a three-way tie. Last week we saw it one way and in this...
Although her team lost in the CIF Open Division state final, the versatile guard still racked up a triple-double and did enough all season to hold off duo from champion team Chaminade for state’s highest individual accolade. Ionescu is only the fourth Ms. Basketball State Player of the Year from the CIF North Coast Section […]
She didn’t get that CIF state title, but hard to argue that anybody but “Lou” should step up in line with some of the other recent great players from Mater Dei of Santa Ana and assume her spot on the all-time state list.
Projected Open Division teams at this point from NorCal would be St. Mary’s of Stockton, Vanden, St. Ignatius, Pinewood, Archbishop Mitty, Miramonte, Carondelet and Salesian of Richmond. Projected Open Division teams from SoCal would be Mater Dei, Long Beach Poly, Sierra Canyon, either Chaminade or Alemany (the two have now split) plus the San Diego...
We are proud to present the 34th annual Cal-Hi Sports all-state elite girls basketball teams. These are the teams selected regardless of CIF division or year in school. Every player is written up and profiled. It’s a group with 24 seniors, four juniors, one sophomore and one freshman.
The Windward of Los Angeles standout edges runner-up and NorCal’s top candidate, Mariya Moore, to gain state’s highest girls basketball honor. Canada joins all-time state list that goes back to 1972 and includes others such as Cheryl Miller, Lisa Leslie and Diana Taurasi.
Several of these boys and girls were in action during Wednesday night’s McDonald’s All-American Games in Chicago. This year’s Mr. Basketball and Ms. Basketball honorees will be announced next week.
Brianna Turner from Texas wins the MVP but California girls make a statement in West victory Despite only one of the four California girls on the West roster starting, and even though the MVP was Notre Dame-bound Brianna Turner from Manvel, Texas, it was California girls, and one in particular, that came up huge in […]