The race for a CIF Open Division state title will enter the section playoffs phase shortly, and in fact next week in the CIF Southern Section. The race for Ms. Basketball State Player of the Year continues as well, and not surprisingly the top three candidates are on the top three teams. A slight shake-up...
The major tournaments in girls’ basketball for California teams begin this week with most of the top teams heading to the Nike TOC in Phoenix. From there some will come to the East Bay/Concord area for the 160-team West Coast Jamboree. For these updated rankings, six-time state champ Long Beach Poly is missing for the […]
St. Mary’s of Stockton edges Archbishop Mitty of San Jose for the top position as games get underway immediately this week with two of the top three teams in Southern California facing off on Wednesday. Northern California team also fare well at the top with Pinewood of Los Altos Hills at No. 3 and Salesian […]
Cal Stars goes 51-1 in showing it was the best club team in the nation. Three of the five starters will be at St. Mary’s (Stockton) for the 2017-18 season, but it was a deep, talented roster for head coach Kelly Sopak. Go inside this report for more of how California’s top girls hoopers and […]
State and national girls basketball No. 1 Clovis West of Fresno still looking at silver lining despite lopsided loss to Centennial of Las Vegas at Monday’s St. Mary’s MLK Showcase in Stockton. State No. 2 Archbishop Mitty, meanwhile, beats No. 10 Mission Hills of San Marcos while the No. 6 host Rams top No. 12 […]
In this first part of a two-part wrap-up of the NCAA summer viewing period, it was a dazzling performance by two incoming freshmen for Salesian of Richmond at the Future Stars Camp in Augusta, Georgia. Plus, Orinda Magic Black completes viewing period short-handed and which players and teams turned heads the most at the Summer […]
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.