Welcome to the fourth annual Bay Area 75 — SportStars’ countdown of the top 75 Bay Area athletes from the 2015-16 school year. The only criteria used in generating the list were that the athletes must be from one of the nine Bay Area counties, and they must have played in a sport which culminated […]
There are still a few items from girls basketball to announce and some recent developments involving all-state players. Leading off is the choice of Livermore Granada’s Sue Vi as our most inspirational player of the year. We also have more players listed who just missed making it onto the all-state underclass teams, one key transfer...
The 38th annual Cal-Hi Sports all-state boys basketball teams are about to be selected in the next few days and here is an updated list of those currently on our board. This version includes the addition of approximately 50 players plus corrections and new photos. Thanks to all who sent in nominations after the first...
It had to be double-checked but Sean Fernandez of North Hollywood did score 44 points in his team’s 56-55 win over Poly. Others on this week’s honor roll for boys include Even Kittelson of Crean Lutheran with 13 made 3-pointers that tied an Orange County record. For girls, it’s a 48-point explosion for Destiny Littleton […]
The title game of Tuesday’s Platinum Division at the West Coast Jamboree matched the early leaders in Northern California girls basketball and saw youthful St. Mary’s of Stockton defeat senior-laden St. Ignatius of San Francisco. Check inside for highlights from some of the other champions in other divisions at this year’s Jamboree.
Thanks to the schedule makers of the CIF North Coast Section and the CIF state office, it was indeed possible to see the Amador Valley softball team finish off a perfect season, then the College Park baseball team win a mythical state title and then two neighborhood rivals meet for the CIF NorCal D1 boys […]
First five from last week stay hot in section playoffs, but it’s an upheaval after that. Six new teams are in with the highest risers being Granite Hills of El Cajon and Marina of Huntington Beach.