Mario Gomez: “I’m very excited to announce that I have been elevated from Director of Basketball Operations to Assistant Coach”

Coach Dallas Jensen to College of the Sequoias.

The housing prices in Visalia are much more reasonable than Gilroy—$256,583 to $744,361.

So who fills Jensen’s shoes after he immediately turned the downtrodden Gavilan program into a roaring success? There’s much more pressure associated now with heading the Rams.

Amaurys A. Fermin: “Another one… @HancockCollege Trenton Mitchell (@tkrtrent27 ) signs his official letter of intent to Chico State University. We appreciate your hard work & leadership on and off the court!! Congratulations my guy!!”

Mitchell is 6-foot-6, 220 and originally out of El Diamonte High in Visalia. He is also a twot ime member of the Dean’s List while at Allan Hancock.

Verbal Commits DII: “2019 Fresno City College (CA) F/C Carl Snyder has signed with Notre Dame de Namur.”

Snyder is a 6-foot-9, 230 sophomore out of the Santa Cruz County area.

DJ Burgess: “It’s Official‼️ After having a great sophomore season at Gavilan College, I signed my NLI to further my education, and play basketball at …

Hawai’i Pacific University.”

Burgess is a 6-foot-5 sophomore guard out of Valley Christian High who averaged 12.2 points and 2.8 boards this season.

Dinos Trigonis: “Sacramento CA native 6-8+ 2019 Elias King (IMG/FL) will officially visit Elon early next week.” This was posted on May 7.

Trigonis posted earlier that UC Irvine and Colgate are also interested. King played at Jesuit High and then at IMG Academy this past season.

“UK standout Ade Adebayo signs NLI, joins UC Davis’ incoming class” UC Davis athletics

(Mitch) L’Allier, a veteran of the U.S. Air Force, is headed to Holy Names University, a Division II program in Oakland that competes in the Pacific Western Conference. The Hawks went 12-16 last season and made the PacWest Basketball Tournament for the first time in program history. L’Allier saw action in 15 games for Hancock, averaging 2.1 rebounds and 1.9 points.”

“Men’s Basketball Signs Kaden Bradley to a National Letter-of-Intent” Cal State Dominguez Hills athletics

Derritt Scarver (men’s basketball) – B.B.A. Business Administration: Marketing”

The 6-foot-2 Scarver went a long ways away and stuck with it, earning his degree from Alaska Fairbanks. He’s also a Millennium (Tracy) High grad.

Recently announced by the Golden State Athletic Conference and NAIA, five (Menlo College) basketball players have been named GSAC and Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athletes for the 2018-19 season. In order for an athlete to be eligible, they must be a junior or senior, maintain a 3.50 grade point average or better, and have attended their current institution for at least one full year.

The five include Jeremiah Testa, Junior, Accounting, 3.95 GPA and Colton Wirth, Junior, Finance, 3.70 GPA. Testa is out of Serra High and Wirth from San Marin High.

Steve Becker: “Celebrating our @TorosAthletics & @DominguezHills graduates Mikey Hatfield & David Howard! Two of the best people we’ve been fortunate enough to coach. Both have great opportunities awaiting them!”

Hatfield, on the left, is out of Manteca High and Modesto Junior College. He is a Business major with a concentration in finance plus a minor in Mathematics.

“Frankie Ferrari works out with Charlotte Hornets” Ryan Gorcey


Date: Saturday, Sunday and Monday May 25-27, 2019

Time: 9:00 am to 8:00 pm Saturday, 9:00 am to 9:00 pm Sunday and 9:00 am to 6:00 pm Monday

Games: Each team will play 3 pool play games and then playoffs. Championships in all divisions will be held on Monday at the new Cali Courts in Union City (710 Zwissig Way).

Locations: 17U: at Cali Courts each day.
16U: Chabot College (25555 Hesperian Blvd, Hayward) on Saturday and Sunday and Cali Courts on Monday.
15U: Chabot College on Saturday and Sunday and Cali Courts on Monday.

Participants: 60 teams from Northern California and other areas

For more information: Contact Gerry Freitas at 408-998-1327 or via email:

June 17th and 18th 5-7:30 PM

Campers will be taught by current UC Davis mens basketball players, as well as UC Davis staff, with over 60 years experience on the art of shooting and specific fundamentals. There will be skill development segments to work on the overall player, but the focus will be on the breakdown of each individual’s shot mechanics, footwork, and mental approach.
Who:  This camp is open to any and all boys grades 7-12

Time: 5-7:30 p.m. both nights

Location:  Pavilion – UC Davis

Coaches:  UC Davis Men’s Basketball Staff/Players

Breakout Segments: Each day will include the usage of teaching points in game simulated situations and breakdown drills. Players will be grouped with their age group for competitive success.

Registration: Go to:
Call Kyle Vogt at 530.304.8956 with questions.

$139 Includes Camp T-shirt

“In search of an edge, elite basketball prospects are repeating a grade — in middle school” Samantha Pell

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