The second segment of our 2013-14 all-state teams for girls basketball features the best for each CIF division, except that we have chosen not to do the Open Division separately. CIF Open Division champ Long Beach Poly and runner-up Salesian of Richmond both have three players on the Division I and Division IV all-state teams.
Two McDonald’s All Americans, several of California’s top stars and national level talent grace Fourth Annual PassThaBall Senior All Star game The Fourth Annual PassThaBall All Star game at Chabot College in Hayward featured two games. The second and marquee game at 1:30 may very well have had the best talent ever assembled in California […]
We’re going with Long Beach Poly for the win in the Open Division, which could cap a long weekend for NorCal girls other than the first game. On the other hand, we’ve picked much gloom and doom for the North before and it wasn’t that bad. Note: Full post containing analysis of each game for...
It’s another week of stat stuffing excellence, including a boy from Branham (in San Jose) and a girl named Branham (frem West Ranch of Valencia). We also have Cole Lockwood from Santa Clara (41 points) and Ali Englehart (21 of 24 free throws).
Which one of the two All-America candidates from St. Mary’s of Berkeley will emerge as that team’s leader for player of the year? Neither one, however, is in front of Windward’s Jordin Canada or Mater Dei’s Katie Lou Samuelson to be the 2013-14 Ms. Basketball State Player of the Year.
In addition to lists of the top breakout performers plus upcoming sophomores, freshmen and eighth graders at the West Coast Shootout and Summer in the City, check here for a report on the Cal Stars Nike Elite making big noise at the Nike Nationals in Georgia and in Nashville.
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.
This is the third and final group of 2013 Cal-Hi Sports all-state girls basketball teams, which breaks down the best within each CIF state playoff division.
CIFSS Division I-AA playoffs features seven teams from the state top 20, which means that it won’t take long for some of them to lose, thus creating a lot of movement in the rankings. There were no changes in this week’s pecking order.