In a switch of usual protocol, we’re going to go back and forth from softball to baseball in releasing our annual spring sports all-state teams. This is the 36th straight year there has been Cal-Hi Sports All-State Teams in baseball and we’re starting with All-State Underclass. It’s the best of the best among juniors, sophomores...
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.
This feature has switched to boys and girls basketball and like we did in football we are going to do our best to spread around the honors as much as possible with one boy and one girl chosen from each region. This week’s best are from Hesperia, San Rafael, Sierra Madre and Oakley.
For the boys, Roach roasts for 46, Ledine is more than fine with 39 and Torres gets torrid for Pioneer. For the girls, another Destanee can score almost as much as Destiny while Maranatha’s Fluker becomes a rebounding machine.
Presented by ATHLETETRAX, we are switching more to boys and girls basketball this week and eventually will be posting separate boys and girls honor rolls. This week’s best include our first reported 50-point games of the season plus more huge football outings from Jake Browning, Darreon Lockett and Elijah Preston.
Presented by ATHLETETRAX, this week’s best focuses more on the running backs as Isaiah Ortega-Dage of Shadow Hills and Greg Sprague of Apple Valley break loose for totals that make the single-game state record book. Trey Naahas, Noah Magana and Moby Contreras also close out huge regular seasons with 300-yard games.
Only one is named from each region for offense, defense and special teams and we’re going to do our best to spread it around as much as possible. This week’s honors go to North Hills, Newport Beach, Sierra Madre, Tulare, Fremont and Sacramento.
This is the 13th and final preseason all-section or all-area football team we have compiled and covers schools from the Pasadena Star-News and San Gabriel Valley Tribune coverage areas plus additional private schools in L.A. County.