Damian Lillard with “Loyalty Over Everything”
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John Devine: “Stevenson senior guard Luke Driscoll has signed to play basketball at Baldwin Wallace University, who is ranked No. 23 in the nation in Division III”
Driscoll is a 5-foot-11 guard.
Chuck Hayes Hoops: “Although we didn’t have a 17u team this last summer, we want to give a huge congrats to former CHB player and @LakeshowAAU G Mike Pearson on receiving an offer from @UCSDmbb who will be moving to the Division 1 level next year. Couldn’t be happier for this young man!”
“Columbia is now 9-0 after beating MJC” Guy Dossi
Ben (Berkeley High) Baker lauded for his start at West Valley College.
It’s CCSF and Columbia College repping the north.
Ryan Silver: “Congrats to 2021 Austin Patterson Sonora (High) on winning Stagg tournament. Patterson 28 points and 9 assists in the ship. Patterson beat the overall scoring record for the tournament and was named MVP. Will be another WCE UA guy putting up monstrous numbers in college very soon.”
“Clark and Monroe lead Riordan to Crusader Classic title” Ethan Kassel
“…Last week, in three games at the NorCal Tip-Off Tournament in Rocklin, (Cole) Anderson stole the show and earned the tourney’s MVP honor after leading the Golden Eagles to the tournament title.
The 6-foot-4 junior point guard started with 31 points in a 91-31 win over Laguna Creek, 36 points against Liberty of Brentwood and a 95-70 victory, 30 points against host Rocklin in a 79-71 win, and in the championship game 65-60 victory over St. Francis of Sacramento Anderson had 21 points.
Those performances were exceptional but his best outing of the season for the 5-1 Golden Eagles came in the team’s only loss two weeks ago at the NorCal Tip-Off Classic at James Logan. Not only did we get to see him in action but we as the PA for the event announced every one of his baskets and 12-for-12 from the free-throw line when he went for 38 points in a 67-62 loss to Cal-Hi Sports No. 4 Windward of Los Angeles…”
From Ian Ross’ Marin Preps of the Week:
“Lukas Prongos, Branson basketball
Prongos scored 21 points in the championship game of the Piedmont tournament on Saturday night, helping the Bulls finish off a 3-0 campaign with a comeback win against the hosts. Prongos also scored 19 points in Branson’s first game at the tournament en route to being named its MVP.
Jason Carpenter, Novato basketball
Carpenter averaged 22 points over four games as the Hornets opened league play with a big win over cross-town rival San Marin then went 2-1 at their own tournament, finishing second following a loss to Piner on Saturday night. Carpenter’s best game came on Thursday, as he scored 28 points and hit seven 3-pointers in a 59-54 come-from-behind win over El Camino.”
6-foot Gavilan College sophomore guard Kobe (Monterey High/Cabrillo College) Ordonio leads the state in scoring with 28.5 points game alongside 7.0 assists and 3.6 rebounds. He is shooting 46%, 39% and 71% respectively and sports 77/59 assist-to-turnover numbers with 40 steals in 11 games.
5-foot-10 San Jose City College freshman guard Decaurey (Newark Memorial High) Brown is averaging 22.3 points (sixth in the state), 5.3 assists and 5.1 rebounds while shooting 48%, 43% and 92% respectively. He owns 53/35 assist-to-turnover numbers alongside 30 steals.
6-foot-4 Las Positas College sophomore Michael (West High) Hayes is producing a 20.7 point, 11.0 rebounding double-double plus 3.6 assists per game while shooting 53%, 35% and 71% respectively. His 36/51 assist-to-turnover numbers need reversing.
Scores and Highlights
DeAnza College edged Contra Costa College 71-67 with Dominic (Evergreen Valley High) Simpkins totaling 29 points and Jordan Alexander producing 16 points, 10 boards and seven assists for the victors.
Scott Giorganni: “Dougherty Valley, on the back of Robbie Beasley’s 40 points, downs Pittsburg 76-57.”
Riordan bested Weston Ranch 84-75 in overtime, winning the extra period 18-9.
Monroe 34 ((11-11 FT)
Clark 23, 10 rebounds
Gavin Wilburn 21, 9 rebounds (first game back)
Donjae’ Lindsey 18
Jordahn Johnson 12, 11 rebounds
In San Francisco, Santa Rosa Junior College down College of the Sequoias 87-77 aided by 18 points from 6-foot-4 freshman Nathan (Cardinal Newman) Capurro (5-6 from long distance) plus seven boards. 6-foot sophomore teammate Atmar (Washington High-Fremont) Mundu totaled 16 points, nine boards, six assists and a pair of blocked shots. For COS, Elihu Cobb posted a 23 point, 17 board double-double.
In overtime, San Jose City College topped San Joaquin Delta College 95-87 as Decaurey (Newark Memorial High) Brown’s 30 points, nine boards, eights assist and five steals lit up the stat sheet.
CCSF had no trouble downing Diablo Valley College 108-72 as Miles Norris went for 26 points plus 14 boards.