With great pleasure, here are the leading players for the 35th annual Cal-Hi Sports Girls Basketball All-State Teams. These 10 include many who were finalists to be the Ms. Basketball State Player of the Year. They are selected regardless of year in school or CIF division and represent some of the top teams in the […]
Some of these selections this year were among the most difficult ever, including sophomore and freshman. Not so much for some of the CIF divisional honorees, especially D5 where Kayla Tahaafe of Eastside Prep repeated. At least one school, Vanden of Fairfield, also was able to add a player of the year selection to a […]
We decided for this year that there will be six finalists for this season’s Mr. Basketball State Player of the Year honor and that there will be eight for Ms. Basketball State Player of the Year. Winners will be announced near the end of next week. We have also included any McDonald’s All-American Game updates […]
In a battle between two teams who’ve been at the top of the state rankings all season, Clovis West becomes first CIF Central Section team to win a Division I or Open Division girls basketball state title after winning defensive slugfest over Archbishop Mitty. Vanden wins D2 title with epic comeback over Mater Dei while […]
All 16 teams are listed in the Open Division followed by top 10s for each of the five CIF state divisions. Our No. 1 teams heading into first-round games are Archbishop Mitty of San Jose (Open), Windward of Los Angeles (D1), Mater Dei of Santa Ana (D2), Campolindo of Moraga (D3), West Campus of Sacramento...
The final event of the month is in the books at the Summer in the City held at Chabot College where the Oakland Soldiers did some marching to a 5-0 record and displayed several high-level prospects, led by Fairfield Vanden’s Julia Blackshell-Fair. A team with mostly girls from Ventura High also shined and probably helped […]
Annual tour of key California summer events for girls basketball begins with a stop at Stockton Summer Classic hosted by Stockton Lincoln coach Chris Roemer. Short-handed St. Mary’s still way too talented for rest of the field in the Platinum Division but other players from other schools also impress.
Just like we did during the football season, we are going to do our best to spread around these honors as much as possible with one boy and one girl chosen from each region. This week’s best are from San Francisco, Fairfield, San Diego and Anaheim.
No. 3 St. Ignatius loses on Tuesday of this week but opened 2-0 in WCAL. Every team in this post gets broken down, we have added more images than ever before and this is where you can see a list of bubble teams. If you are not a Gold Club member and cannot see this...
O’Dowd and Salesian make statements with impressive victories Southern California won the first two major match-ups but Northern California got the final two marquee games of the MLK – St. Mary’s Showcase on Saturday in Stockton. In what continued as a day in which the girls in the paint had a lot to say about […]