6-foot-9, 200 Arinze (Bishop O’Dowd) Chidom is transferring out of Washington State.
He redshirted in Pullman as a freshman so it looks like he’ll lose a season of eligibility while sidelined this time but hopefully he’ll get back on the court in mid-year 2019. Might somewhere in the Big West or Mountain West be a better fit?
Fresno City College defeated Cerritos College 76-64 with Jonah (Clovis North High) Brown delivered an efficient 16 points plus six boards. He shot 5-7, 2-3 and 6-6.
Coach Andrew Jones: “Greg Milton III scored 27 of his 37 points in the second half to turn a 35-35 score into an 87-71 Sac City win over West Valley. He also had 6 assists and 6 rebounds. Chris Lennear added 21 points and 10 rebounds.”
“Perez notches career high, Bear Cubs fall in OT” Santa Rosa Junior College
The 6-foot-1 sophomore buried 13 treys.
(18) Cañada 105 – (3) Santa Rosa 101
- Kaden Bradley 27 points
- Josh Bluford 25 points
- Lovevele Shackleford 17 points
- Sean Orr 13 points
Cañada wins in an back and forth overtime slugfest against a tough Santa Rosa team.”
Isaiah (Placer High) Pineiro produced a 17 point, 10 rebound double-double as San Diego downed Northern Colorado 85-65.
Phil (Franklin High) Fayne scored 30 points (11-14, 8-9 shooting) and grabbed nine boards while blocking three shots in Illinois State’s 88-77 victory over Cleveland State.
Cañada College Men’s Basketball: “…Cañada 95 – Los Medanos 79
- Sean Orr 21 points
- Lovevele Shackleford 16 points
- Vinny Ferrari 14 points
- Kaden Bradley 13 points
- Josh Bluford 10 points…
…Congratulations to Sophomores Kaden Bradley (left) who won Kris Kringle Tournament MVP honors and Sean Orr (right) being named to the Kris Kringle All Tournament Team.”
City College San Francisco bested San Joaquin Delta College 87-74 as Austin McCullough led with 20 points. CCSF box
Eric Boose finished with 23 points (on 25 shots though) and an amazing 20 boards (10 apiece on both ends in Butte College’s 62-55 triumph versus Merced College. Butte box
Fresno City College turned back Pasadena College 76-63 as Jonah (Clovis North High) Brown and Georgie (Beyer High) Dancer totaled 16 points apiece.
Kyle (Dublin High) Brown provided 21 points plus six rebounds in Chabot College’s 79-77 loss to Napa Valley College. Chabot box
Patrick Washington led with 26 points as College of Alameda topped Foothill College 79-73. CoA box
Coming off a 43-point outing, Ryan (Petaluma High) Perez totaled 29 points in the 72-70 Santa Rosa Junior College victory over Feather River College. SRJC box
Frankie (Burlingame High) Ferrari provided team high with 16 points plus four assists in San Francisco’s 68-54 takedown of Cal State Fullerton.
Aubrey (Palo Alto High) Dawkins posted a 19 point, 13 rebound double-double in Central Florida’s 90-65 success over Stetson.
In the San Joaquin Delta tournament, Cabrillo College edged City College of San Francisco 77-73. The Seahawks led by 20 at halftime. Walter Urbina led the Rams with 25 points and teammate Malcolm Johnson posted a line of 20 points, 13 boards and five assists. CCSF box
Jared Small’s team best 13 points, nine boards and five steals led Fresno City College to a 76-57 victory over Ventura College.
Verbal Commits: “2019 City College of San Francisco (CA) F Malcolm Johnson has received an offer from UC Davis.”
Johnson is a 6-foot-5 wing out of Bakersfield who played at Cal State Dominguez Hills last season. He is averaging 15.4 points and 7.6 rebounds this season, shooting 64%, 50% and 72%.
Ethan Kassel: “No, they haven’t played quite the schedule that University or Stuart Hall have, but with a 56-49 win over Vista Murrieta, Lick-Wilmerding is 9-1. Junior guard Allen Wilson can do everything and a healthy Zach Johnson in the post is a force to be reckoned with.”
Coaching Changes: “No one is talking about this, but if not for a 4 point loss to Buffalo, Kyle Smith and USF would be undefeated and possibly ranked in the Top 25
Has this happened since Bill Cartwright played there?
If I’m an AD at a big school where it’s hard to win, Kyle is on my short list.”
This was a great promotional idea and San Francisco jumped right on it:
When an opportunity literally falls into your lap…
In 11 games/starts and in 19.5 minutes a contest for Boston University, 6-foot-3 freshman guard Garrett (Clayton Valley Charter) Pascoe is averaging 2.1 points an outing but is second on the team with nine steals and third with 24 assists. He has a 24/11 assist-to-turnover totals.
Chaminade Men’s Basketball: “For four years Masa Swain has displayed what it means to be a great teammate, has bought in for the greater good of the program and has worked his tail off for his brothers.
On this day we are excited to announce he has been rewarded with a full scholarship. Congrats Masa!”
A redshirt junior, the 6-foot-3 Swain is out of Bellarmine Prep. His bio and stats.
“My Dad’s Friendship With Charles Barkley” Shirley Wang