2018 Nor Cal Tip Off Classic results
Game 1: Sacred Heart Cathedral 57, Stuart Hall 48. Player of the game: Oscar Cheng from SHC (19 pts/8 rebs).
Game 2: James Logan 69, Campolindo 64. Player of the game: Brett Thompson from James Logan (20 pts/4 Rebs).
Game 3: Dublin 73, Riordan 69. Player of the game: Elijah Alonso from Dublin (24 pts).
Game 4: Newark Memorial 77, St. Patrick-St. Vincent 64. Player of the game: Isaiah Cabrera from Newark Memorial (29 pts/7 reb/5 asst.
Game 5: Moreau Catholic 60, Capital Christian 46. Player of the game: Leonard Turner from Moreau Catholic (15 pts/4 reb).
Game 6: Bishop O’Dowd 60, Grant 58. Player of the game: Monty Bowser from Bishop O’Dowd (21 pts/13 Rebs).
Game 7: Sheldon 89, St. Bernard 66. Player of the game: Marcus Bagley from Sheldon (19 pts/7 reb).
Game 8: Santa Margarita 72, Modesto Christian 66. Player of the game: Jake Kyman from Santa Margarita (23 pts/11 Rebs).
Out of Lick-Wilmerding, Elan also contributed six rebounds, six assists and three steals. Joey (Acalanes High) Hewitt scored 28 points for Whitman.
Marcus (San Diego) Graves produced 22 points, 12 boards and eight assists in Sacramento State’s 87-82 overtime victory against Cal State Fullerton.
“James Akinjo made four straight free throws in the last 12 seconds to cool off a suddenly red-hot Campbell team and preserve Georgetown’s 93-85 win…” Akinjo finished with 17 points.
“De’Jon (Oakland Tech) Davis scored 26 points and brought down 11 rebounds in Cal Baptist’s 86-84 loss to Howard University.
Frankie (Burlingame High) Ferrari totaled 19 points and seven assists in San Francisco’s 84-65 victory over Dartmouth.
Michael (James Logan High/CCSF) Steadman went for a 21 point, 11 board double-double in San Jose State University’s 71-63 crosstown loss to Santa Clara.
Chris (Campolindo High) Hansen played big once again with 22 points, 14 boards and three blocked shots as UC San Diego topped Chico State 84-68.
Jason Damjanovic: “Hard fought 86-84 WIN for the De Anza Dons tonight. De Anza was led by Ajay Singh, 26 points and 9 rebounds. The Dons move to 3-1 on the season and still lead the State in scoring at 93.5 points per game…” Box
Ibn (Taft High) Zaid totaled 15 points and six rebounds in Gavilan College’s 78-71 win over Sierra College.
Spencer (Utah) Conrad blitzed the stat book with 23 points, 15 rebounds, eight assists and three steals in Hartnell College’s 85-82 success versus Merced College.
Despite 26 points and 12 boards from Eric (Inglewood High) Boose, Butte College fell 76-61 to Contra Costa College.
Fresno City College hosted and defeated Cabrillo College 87-59 as sophomore guard Georgie (Beyer High) Dancer produced 10 assists in 20 minutes for the Rams.
In San Diego City College’s 68-64 win over Santiago Canyon, freshman guard Kai (Placer High) Huntsberry totaled seven points, seven rebounds, six assists and a pair of steals in 26 minutes for the victors.
Host San Francisco State edged Cal State Monterey Bay 78-76 as Kenny (Ponderosa High/Lassen College) Macklin led with 18 points and Gator teammate Chiefy (Archbishop Riordan) Ugbaja totaled 14 points plus 12 rebounds. Charlie (Granite Bay High/Nevada) Tooley paced the Otters with 24 points.
After five games for New Mexico State, 6-foot-1 Terrell (Moreau High/San Jose State University/CCSF) Brown is averaging 13.0 points per game on 41%, 48% and 72% accuracy. His long-distance shooting is excellent thus far although he needs to pick it up elsewhere on the floor. 25 of his 39 shots have been from three-point range.
Teammate and senior JoJo (Newark Memorial High/Yuba College/Utah) Zamora is scoring 6.4 points a night with a requirement of upgrading his 33%, 13% and 67% marksmanship.
Las Positas 6-foot-4 freshman Michael (Tracy Hall) Hayes has started the season bigtime averaging 18.5 points and 10.5 rebounds per game for the undefeated Hawks. He is also putting up 3.3 assists and 3.8 steals a night.
His LPC teammate, 6-foot-1 sophomore John (Freedom High) Ketchel, is averaging 10.0 points a contest on 48%, 40% and 86% shooting plus 4.3 assists a matchup.
College of Marin’s 6-foot-4 sophomore Eric (Albany High) Mireri is en fuego thgis season as his 15.3 points a game on 47%, 55% and 100% shooting attests. Plus he is contributing 5.3 rebounds and 3.3 assists each time out.
6-foot-5 Skylar (Drake High) Chavez of Santa Rosa Junior College is pouring in 25.7 points a contest on 49%, 39% and 82% shooting as well as a team-best 7.5 boards.
Fellow soph 6-foot-1 Ryan (Petaluma High) Perez is also contributing a solid 14.7 points a night on excellent 46%, 45% and 83% marksmanship.
After five games for Foothill College, 6-foot-2 sophomore guard Jamar (Menlo-Atherton High) Gaddis is averaging 18.8 points a game on on 46%, 43% and 69% shooting. Add 4.0 boards and 2.0 assists to his daily output.