My 2018-19 CCCMBCA All State Team North
Most Valuable Player: Skylar Chavez, Santa Rosa Junior College—27.8 points, 6.8 rebounds, 2.6 assists, 52.9 %, 39.4% and 86.7 shooting
All State North
- Eric Boose, Butte College—18.4 points, 10.9 rebounds, 49.3% 43.8% and 69.6% shooting
- Parker Haven, American River College—16.2 points, 10.4 rebounds, 2.0 blocks, 63.6% 44% and 71.4% shooting
- Michael Hayes, Las Positas College—23.7 points, 9.7 rebounds, 3.2 assists, shooting 59.5%, 30.8% and 68.3% shooting
- Malcolm Johnson, City College San Francisco—13.8 points, 8.4 rebounds, 2.4 assists, 2.1 steals, 59.5%, 39.6% and 71.4% shooting
- Greg Milton III, Sacramento City College—19.0 points, 5.1 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 44.7%, 40.2% and 75% shooting
- Spencer Montiero, San Joaquin Delta College—17.8 points, 10.4 rebounds, 56.7%, 65% and 70.6% shooting
- Daylon Potts, Gavilan College—9.7 points, 11.0 rebounds, 5.5 assists, 43.9%, 30.6% and 64% shooting
- Ajay Singh, DeAnza College—24.0 points, 8.1 rebounds, 61.4%, 45.2% and 68.9% shooting
- Terren Storey-Way, Lassen College—19.9 points, 7.5 rebounds, 55.8%, 36.1% and 73.2% shooting
- Raazhel Watkins, Los Medanos College—21.3 points, 6.3 assists, 5.6 boards, 49.4%, 50.6% and 84.6% shooting
- Trey Whitley, Cabrillo College—17.4 points, 4.3 assists, 2.3 rebounds, 49.5%, 43.4% and 77.7% shooting
Upset of the Season!!! On a night where Jordan (Folsom High) Ford shot 1-6 from long distance and 5-14 overall plus Malik Fitts played only 12 minutes due to early foul trouble, St. Mary’s shuts down Gonzaga 60-47 and earns a Big Dance bid. The Zags shot 18-48 on the game, just 2-17 from beyond the arc and their starting backcourt went 5-25 from the floor. 6-foot-8 Rui Hachimura, the West Coast Conference Most Valuable Player, took just six shots.
Earlier in the tourney:
St. Mary’s 69, San Diego 62—On Monday, Jordan (Folsom High) Ford provided 21 points in aiding the Gaels victory over San Diego in a West Coast Conference semi-final pairing. Isaiah (Placer High/Sierra College) Pineiro provided 16 points and seven rebounds. Each team remarkably earned just four assists. game report
“Cal Poly Search update” Key paragraph: “…Some of the names that I have heard surrounding this one are Stanford associate head coach Adam Cohen, Nevada assistant coach Gus Argenal, UCSB assistant coach John Rille, Drexel assistant Paul Fortier, and at least two other big-time PAC-12 assistant coaches…”
“Eight games, eight survivors and the field is set for the 2019 CCCAA Men’s Basketball State Championship Tournament, set for Thursday, Saturday and Sunday (Mar 14, 16-17) at Ventura. Play will begin with quarterfinal matchups on Thursday with the semifinals on Saturday and the championship on Sunday.
2019 CCCAA MEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
State Championship Schedule (Ventura)
Quarterfinals – Thu., Mar. 14
- (2S) Citrus (24-6) vs. (2N) College of the Sequoias (23-7), 1 p.m.
- (2N) Fresno City (27-3) vs. (3S) Chaffey (23-7), 3 p.m.
- (1N) City College of San Francisco (29-1) vs. (4S) Santa Monica (20-11), 5 p.m.
- (1S) Fullerton (27-3) vs. (4N) Santa Rosa (22-8), 7 p.m.”
“COS on a roll heading into state championships” Nick Giannandrea
Endigo Coleman: “Blessed to have received an offer to continue my Basketball Career. Thank Coach Jensen for a great visit, I really enjoyed the school Whittier College…”
Coleman is a 6-foot-3 2019 combo guard out of Newark Memorial High and Team Arsenal. He also recently officially visited Fresno Pacific.
Hornet Hoops: “Lance Coleman has been offered by UT Rio Grand Valley.” UTRGV is a member of the Western Athletic Conference. Coleman is out of St. Mary’s High-Stockton.
Hornet Hoops: “Zeke Alley has been offered by Cal State Monterey Bay after visiting this past weekend” He is a 6-foot-1 guard out of Fullerton College.
Joe Davidson: “Josh Williams, one of region’s stellar people, coaches & champions, has stepped down as coach @_Hawk_Hoops – worn out & needing time w his young family.
Led 6 NorCal teams and won 174 games in 7 seasons w homegrown kids from Galt
Went 14-1 at home in @cifsjs & @CIFState playoffs”
After helping his team go on a 30-game winning streak to claim a section title, Weston Ranch’s Gavin Wilburn has been named the Valley Oak League MVP.
Cougars teammates Donjae Lindsay and Devin Small were also named to the VOL First Team. Other selections include Kimball’s Kai Ballungay and Manteca’s Jorge Cedano and Domonick Victor.”