Jordan (Folsom High) Ford scored 28 points in leading St. Mary’s to an 85-60 victory over New Mexico.

Georgie (Beyer High) Dancer went for team highs with 21 points, seven boards and four assists in the 81-61 Fresno City College win over Columbia College. FCC box

With DJ (Valley Christian) Burgess’ 24 points leading the way, Gavilan College bested Las Positas College 92-82. Gavilan box

Powered by seven players scoring in double figures, City College of San Francisco bopped San Jose City College 119-48 full box


Fresno State took care of Long Beach State 92-71 as Noah (Woodcreek High/Long Beach State) Blackwell led the Bulldogs with both 22 points and six assists. Temidayo (St. Joseph Notre Dame) Yussef provided 17 points plus six assists for The Beach.

Powered by 5-10 long distance accuracy and 19 points from Eddie (Archbishop Riordan/CCSF) Stansberry, Hawaii beat in-state rival Hawaii Hilo 82-75.

Paris (Bishop O’Dowd/Boise State) Austin’s 15 points and nine rebounds aided California to an 89-83 defeat of San Diego State.

Portland handled Sacramento State 76-67 despite Joshua (Sierra High) Patton contributing 22 points and 11 boards for the Hornets.

Sophomore Kenny (Manteca High) Wooten provided 20 points in Oregon’s 90-71 takedown of Omaha.

Jake (Serra High) Killingsworth finished with 14 points and seven boards in Columbia University’s 74-71 victory over Iona.

Justin (Buchanan High) Everett’s 28 points paced Humboldt State to an 87-78 success against Stanislaus State. Vasilije (Del Campo High/Yuba College) Saraba posted a 23 point, 15 rebound double-double for Stanislaus.

John Devine: “Talili (Kimball High) Leaea records another double-double with 18 points and 13 rebounds in MPC’s 83-55 win over Hartnell in the San Jose City Classic. Anthony (Heritage High) Dennis finishes with 16 points and six boards while Quinn (Bear Creek High) Ryan had 15 points.”

Sean (Westmoor High) Orr shot 4-5 from three-point range on his way to a team-best 19 points but Cañada College fell 70-58 to College of the Sequoias.

College of Marin bested Butte College 86-75 but freshman guard Jamie (Sierra High) Ochoa still totaled 30 points for the Roadrunners. Butte box

Ryan Silver: “Congrats to 2019 Christian James St. John Bosco on offer from UC Davis. Coach Les and his staff continue to do a phenomenal job evaluating. James big time West Coast sleeper. Good size, shoots it, skilled, tough and high character kid (very good student)”

James is a lean 6-foot-3 shooting guard.

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