We also choose honorees for juniors, sophomores and freshmen and for each CIF division. The most difficult this year might have been for the ninth graders. We also could have had co-players of the year in a couple of places. There are three players of the year from the CIF Southern Section with two from […]
Longtime leader of boys and girls teams at Cajon of San Bernardino landed CIF Division II state title and gets the nod as state’s leading coach in girls hoops for the 2015-16 season. He’s also the first-ever State Coach of the Year in girls basketball from the Inland Empire.
Open Division showdown won by state No. 2 Chaminade of West Hills over previously unbeaten No. 1 Miramonte of Orinda behind Leaonna Odom’s 33 points. The other two winners on the final day of high school games ever to be played at Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento are Cajon of San Bernardino (D2) and Cardinal […]
We have updated rankings in this post plus our breakdowns of each CIF divisional state championship game. Our No. 1 teams are Brea Olinda of Brea (D1), Cajon of San Bernardino (D2), Sacred Heart Cathedral of San Francisco (D3), Cardinal Newman of Santa Rosa (D4) and Eastside College Prep (D5). Go inside to see which...
Winners on the day at The Walter Pyramid in Long Beach are Brea Olinda of Brea and Cajon of San Bernardino. Winners at Colony High in Ontario are Lakeside of Lake Elsinore, Antelope Valley of Lancaster and Village Christian of Sun Valley. Recaps by Ronnie Flores & Mark Tennis.
Heading into Saturday’s regional championships at Sleep Train Arena, The Walter Pyramid, American Canyon High and Colony High (Ontario), our No. 1 teams are Brea Olinda of Brea (D1), Mater Dei of Santa Ana (D2), Sacred Heart Cathedral of San Francisco (D3), Cardinal Newman of Santa Rosa (D4) and Eastside College Prep (D5). These rankings...
There is not a ton of movement after last week’s games, and nothing among the Top 10 teams. The only newcomer is a very young Harvard-Westlake team that lost in a big game on Tuesday night but notched a huge win last week over previously ranked Oaks Christian. This week also should be quite different...
Betweeen Colin Slater, Ethan Richardson and Rebecca Gallis, they’re keeping CIF Central Section historian Bob Barnett pretty busy these days. A huge week by All-American candidate Sabrina Ionusu of Orinda Miramonte, meanwhile, also stands out.
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.
Maranatha’s Tyler Dorsey continues to pump up scoring average above 30 points Monte Vista’s Mitu hits for 36 in win over Folsom. A freshman girl, meanwhile, who has begun her career with 38, 37 and 34 points also makes it onto this week’s honor roll.