The first four are from SoCal, led by Mater Dei of Santa Ana, with the next seven from NorCal, led by St. Mary’s of Stockton. Check here for writeups of the first 15 teams.
A whirlwind series of visits to check in on some of the state’s top girls basketball teams for this season begins at Windward of Los Angeles where the All-American combo of Jordin Canada and Kristen Simon reside.
Returning state junior player of the year Jordin Canada from Windward of Los Angeles earned the highest grade from Harold Abend, our girls basketball recruiting analyst, to wrap up his annual Girls of Summer series. Despite suffering a sprain of her MCL, it wasn’t surprising Canada earned the top grade for her play this summer […]
Ninth annual tour of the best girls basketball events in the West concludes with a list of final player evaluations. Only 12 players out of 500 who were evaluated scored at 9.0 or higher with super point guard Jordin Canada the only one above 9.5....
Cream of the crop list of top players from Las Vegas girls hoop tourney includes the obvious, but we’re more fired up about those who were breakout performers and those we’ll be seeing in future years.
Girls of Summer series continues with recap of Ballin in the Ballroom event held last week near Las Vegas. Jordin Canada shines as usual for winning Cal Sparks Gold squad, but Lajahna Drummer’s strong play coming back from a knee injury was what had college coaches talking about the most. Plus, St. Mary’s girls of […]
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.
Strong representation for Windward, Miramonte and Playa del Rey St. Bernard among others from the Classes of 2014, 2015 and 2016 for these Cal-Hi Sports all-state teams.
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.
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.