Gridley Invitational: “ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM:

  • Robby Beasley – Dublin
  • Julian Vaughns – St. Joseph’s
  • Viktor Rajkovic – Branson
  • Je’Lani Clark – Archbishop Riordon
  • Marcus Bagley – Sheldon
  • Justin Nguyen – Sheldon
  • Josh Morgan – Sheldon
  • Shane Bell – Salesian
  • Jaden McClanahan – Salesian”

“This year’s Most Outstanding Player: JoVon McClanahan of Salesian”


“Boys Prep of the Week: San Marin’s Tyson Geraci” Danny Schmidt


Justin (Buchanan High) Everett provided two team-leading performances to help Humboldt State to a pair of victories as he claimed CCAA Player of the Week for Dec. 3-9.

The redshirt senior from Clovis posted averages of 24.5 points, 5.5 rebounds and 2.5 steals in wins over Cal State Monterey Bay and Stanislaus State. Everett scored a team-high 21 points to go with seven rebounds in Thursday’s victorious effort over the Otters. Saturday, he poured in 28 points as the Lumberjacks fended off a charging Stanislaus State for 87-78 win. Everett connected on a combined 58.8 percent of his shots on the weekend.

With 72 field goals made thus far on the year, Everett ranks 24th in NCAA Division II. He currently stands in third in the CCAA in field goal percentage (56.3) and fourth in points per game (16.0).”


SATURDAY

City College of San Francisco 98, North Idaho 84 Five Rams scored in double figures led by Deschon Winston’s 24 and Malcolm Johnson’s 22. CCSF box

Las Positas College 71, West Valley College 62 Freshman Michael (West High) Hayes led the victors with both 32 points and four steals while Tyler (Mills High) Wright paced WV with both 26 points and 15 boards. full box

MONDAY

Temidayo Yussef just missed a double-double with a solid 14 points and nine rebounds but his Long Beach 49ers fell to Pacific 74-68.

TUESDAY

Sacramento State downed Holy Names University 81-53 as Josh (Sierra High) Patton scored 19 points and blocked three shots for the victors.

Chabot College Jordan-ed San Jose City College 86-69 as Jordan (James Logan High) McGlory as well as teammate Jordan Cineus each scored 16 points. The former also produced a team-high six assists. Chabot box

Despite getting 16 points from freshman guard Kai (Placer High) Huntsberry, San Diego City College fell 112-92 to San Bernardino Valley College.


“SAN FRANCISCO STILL ON TOP AFTER WINNING 12TH STRAIGHT” Signal The Light Basketball


DII West Region Men’s Basketball Media Poll

  • 1 UC San Diego (5) 8-1 50
  • 2 Saint Martin’s 8-1 45
  • 3 Cal Poly Pomona 4-1 36
  • 4 Chaminade 5-0 34
  • 5 Point Loma 8-2 27
  • 6 Northwest Nazarene 6-1 26
  • 7 Western Oregon 6-1 25
  • 8 Western Washington 7-2 16
  • 9 San Francisco State 6-3 7
  • 10 Concordia (Calif.) 8-4 4

Others Receiving Votes: Cal State East Bay (8-2) ; Chico State (2-2)


UC Santa Cruz update

Sam (Vacaville High) Gabbard posted a 16 point, 15 rebound double-double and teammate Will (Casa Grande High) Crain enjoyed 11 points and 10 boards as UC Santa Cruz edged Redlands 69-66  on Saturday. 6-foot-5 junior David (Nevada Union High) Menary led Redlands with 33 points.

On Sunday, Gabbard scored 16 points alongside eight boards as the Slugs fell 73-58 to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps.


“Crumpacker: What We Learned – WCC Week Five Recap”


“Men’s Basketball Signs Chavarin To NLI” Cal Poly Pomona athletics


Jordan (Enterprise High/Shasta College) Spaschak is the leader in assists for Westmont College so far this season with 41 as well as averaging 5.1 points and 5.2 rebounds while shooting 46%, 40% and 62%. He has started all nine games, playing 24.0 minutes a contest.


“University of San Francisco Dons guard Charles Minlend has come out of his shell” Ryan Gorcey

Excellent feature.


“Spencer Butterfield becomes realtor, will re-evaluate his basketball career after the season” Emiliano Carchia

He’s out of Del Oro High, Yuba College and Utah State before heading overseas for a lengthy time. Tough, tough player.

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