It’s only been around since 1997 (compared to 1947 for the NBA) so for the WNBA we have not only compiled a list of the all-time first round picks from California but for the entire first through third or fourth rounds. The first college player to ever be selected first in the WNBA Draft in...
Being Ms. Basketball State Player of the Year is one thing, but for La Jolla Country Day’s Te-hina Paopao the announcement of her getting the honor for this season carries additional meaning since she’s stepping up onto a prestigious platform in which two previous winners from the same school have already reached. Her journey to […]
We’ll have a separate post coming on Tuesday after all of the big tournament finals on Monday that will reveal the actual all-decade all-state girls basketball teams for the 2010s, but for this first announcement we’re taking care of the major awards: State Player of the Decade, State Coach of the Decade, State School of […]
As injuries were mounting at the end of the season, Destiny Littleton powered on and although that game vs. Clovis West was ugly she still did more than enough during a record-breaking season to earn California’s highest individual and longest-running girls hoops accolade. Littleton is just the fifth winner from the CIF San Diego Section, […]
La Jolla Country Day grad and former Ms. Basketball State Player of the Year moves to within 78 points of NCAA women’s record that was set in 2001.
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 […]
In this second part of a two-part wrap-up of the NCAA summer viewing period, we are focusing on the top Southern California club teams after highlighting the NorCal teams in Part 1. In short, it was an awful two months for Cal Sparks Gold as it was decimated by injuries to three leading players (and […]
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.
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.
It’s a difficult call between her and Jordin Canada, but the senior guard was impeccable against the toughest teams and in games her squad was unable to win. She’s the second Ms. Basketball from La Jolla Country Day and the fourth from the CIF San Diego Section.