“Saints basketball, rec department hopes youth skills clinic the first of many”—Yousef Baig
Cal-Hi Sports Northern California Boys Player of the Week Anthony Martinez (Clovis) Sr. Click the link above for more…
“Capuchino pulls away amidst chaos”—Ethan Kassel
“Falcons use late free throw shooting to edge Bulldogs”—Jake Kreulen
“Other Side of the Fence: #MeToo reckoning gives us a chance to get it right”—Yousef Baig
The northern California community college scores from Wednesday: Contra Costa College 80, Mendocino College 66 Contra Costa College Men’s Basketball: “The Comets came out with a hard fought road win, defeating #13 ranked team in Northern California, Mendocino 80-66 to start off Bay Valley Conference play 1-0. It was a back and forth game early, Read More…
University High’s Spencer Spivy is headed to Williams College in Massachusetts. It is an academically lauded university with an excellent men’s basketball program. Here’s a January 2017 Spivy feature. » Read more in-depth analysis of the basketball recruiting process in my `Recruiting is a Seriously Funny Business’ cornerstone article.
Lester Diaz: “Congrats to Woodcreek HS 2018 Chris Cagle on San Francisco State offer” Cagle is a 6-foot-6 senior. » Read more in-depth analysis of the basketball recruiting process in my `Recruiting is a Seriously Funny Business’ cornerstone article.
A 31-8 halftime lead ultimately became a 70-40 victory for Gavilan over Chabot on Tuesday. Brian (San Jose City College) King Jr. was extra large for the Rams with 20 points, 13 boards, six assists and three steals.
“Cal Maritime men’s basketball breaks school record for most points in win over Northwest Indian”—Thomas Gase
Host Chico State defeated Simpson University 60-53 on Tuesday behind a big night from sophomore Justin (River City High) Briggs: 15 points, 17 boards and three blocked shots. » Read more articles about Justin Briggs.
With 16 points (6-10 shooting), four boards plus two assists from Jordan (Folsom High) Ford, host St. Mary’s took care of Dayton 69-54 on Tuesday. » Read more articles about Jordan Ford.
UC Davis fell 88-73 Tuesday to host Nevada. A bright note: A.J. (Maria Carrillo High/Pepperdine) John posted an 11 point, 10 rebound double-double for the Aggies.
Joshua (Sierra High) Patton scored 18 points, grabbed eight rebounds and blocked three shots in Sacramento State’s 66-61 homecourt victory over Cal State Northridge on Tuesday. » Read more articles about Joshua Patton.
In Hayward Tuesday night, Druce (Tracy High) Asah scored 16 points and grabbed seven rebounds while teammate Wyatt (Palma High) Maker posted a nine point, 10 rebound line as Cal State East Bay downed Pacific Union 82-72. Pacific Union’s Rae (Napa Valley College) Hubbard paced all scorers with 19 points.
Mikey (Modesto JC/Manteca High) Hatfield scored 17 points and blocked a pair of shots in Cal State Dominguez Hills’ 65-63 win over UC San Diego on Tuesday » Read more articles about Mikey Hatfield.
Pepperdine is struggling this season at 3-9 but do note that freshman guard Jade’ (St. Joseph Notre Dame) Smith has taken over a starting spot in the last two games for the Waves. On Tuesday in a loss to host Weber State, Smith scored seven points and grabbed three rebounds. He leads the team with Read More…
Southern Illinois-Edwardsville bested Chicago State 88-76 on Tuesday with sophomore Christian (Modesto Christian) Ellis providing 19 points, eight assists and five boards. » Read more articles about Christian Ellis.
At home, Montana, bopped UC Irvine 81-68 on Tuesday with a pair of northern California prospects contributing significantly. Freshman Tim (Dublin High) Falls shot 4-4 from long distance in finishing up with 14 points, three rebounds and a pair of assists. Teammate Sayeed (El Cerrito High) Pridgett, a sophomore, added eight points, three boards and Read More…
Other northern California community college coaches were likely glad to see City College of San Francisco (CCSF) shooting guard Zach Copeland move on after last season. He averaged 18.7 points while shooting 49% overall plus 48% on 216 three-point attempts, and was was named the California Community College Men’s Basketball Coaches Association’s Co-Player of the Read More…
“The Little Parts of a Basketball Game Are What Make the NBA So Fun”—Shea Serrano
In 12 games, 11 starts and around 26 minutes per game for Clark Atlanta University this season, 6-foot-10 senior Akil (Evergreen Valley High/San Jose City College) Douglas is averaging 15.4 points and 6.8 rebounds (team highs) while shooting 59%, 42% and 86% respectively. » Read more articles about Akil Douglas.
Holiday Skills Camp Tuesday, December 26, 2017 5:30 pm -7:00 pm Cleveland Cavs Head Of Player Development Coach Phil Handy is coming home to run a one day skills clinic Boys & Girls Grades 3rd Through 8th (Groups split based off age and talent level) The clinic will be held at St. Ignatius College Read More…
“Monterey High boys basketball out to defend CCS title”—John Devine
John Devine/Monterey Herald takes a look at Coach Blake Spiering’s Monterey Peninsula College Lobos.