“Georgetown transfer James Akinjo visiting Arizona” Adam Zagoria
Jabari (Sacramento High/Chabot College) Sweet: “Blessed to receive a full offer from Notre Dame de Namur, all glory to god…”
Jovon McClanahan: “Great unofficial visit at Sac State”
Out of Salesian Prep, he is averaging 22.2 points per game while shooting 52%, 49% and 86% respectively at Sheridan College, WY. Add in 7.0 assists, 6.7 boards and 2.6 steals.
“SCIAC Offensive Athlete of the Week
Name: Micah Elan
Hometown: San Francisco, CA
Micah Elan helped drive Pomona-Pitzer to a 83-63 victory over Westcliff in non-conference action as he netted 18 points on 8-of-15 shooting from the field (53.3%) including a pair of treys. He added 10 rebounds with seven of those coming on the defensive side of the floor, notched three steals and dished out seven assists in the winning effort”
With a 9-1 record and a seven-game winning streak (and just three home games so far), Cal Maritime under Coach Brendan Rooney is looking formidable this season as . 6-foot-6 junior Zavier (Rodriguez High) Lucero is averaging a team-leading 19.8 points plus 8.9 boards, 5-foot-10 senior guard Josh Hauser is bringing 15.4 points nightly and 6-foot-8 senior Ben (City College of San Francisco) Borja 10.4 points plus 5.3 rebounds. The Mariners are out-shooting opponents 48% to 41%, 35% to 31% and 76% to 70% respectively. On the boards, Cal Maritime is winning 39 to 33 per game but currently 14 turnovers underwater, 152-166. California Pacific Conference play begins on January 4.
“Stansberry Lands On Men’s Hoops Weekly Honor Roll For Second Time” Big West Conference
Sheldon High remains on top.
“Basketball player, coach Willie Anderson to be inducted into Vallejo Sports Hall of Fame
Vallejo High grad known for his time with the Harlem Globetrotters” Matt O’Donnell
Scores and Highlights
St. Mary’s obliterated Arizona State by 40, 90-56, behind 34 points from Jordan (Folsom High) Ford (12-17, 7-11, 3-3 shooting). The score was 51-19 Gaels at halftime.
Zach (Capital Christian) Chappell provided 20 points plus six assists but San Jose State fell 89-84 to crosstown rival Santa Clara.
Joshua (Sierra High) Patton totaled 16 points, eights boards and three blocked shots as Sacramento State edged Cal Poly 57-56. Junior (Modesto Christian) Ballard led CP with 18 points.
Host Canada College edged Gavilan College 86-84 behind Joseph (Palo Alto High) Gault’s 32 points (shooting 9-15, 3-6 and 11-12) and 13 rebounds. For Gavilan, Kobe (Monterey High) Ordonio totaled 35 points (11-17, 4-8, 9-12) plus seven assists.
Chris (Woodcreek High) Cagle’s 29 points helped power American River College to a 78-67 triumph over Sacramento City College. Conor (Capital Christian) Jeffrey finished with 29 points for SCC.
Travis (Liberty High) August shot 6-11 from three-point range on his way to 22 points as San Joaquin Delta College bested host Modesto Junior College 84-81. Teammates Dillon (Calaveras High) Autrey provided 21 points plus seven rebounds.
A.J. (San Leandro High/Sheridan College) Bramah scored 14 points and grabbed seven rebounds in Robert Morris University’s 83-79 success versus Central Michigan.
In Washington’s 81-69 victory over Seattle, sophomore guard Elijah (Bishop O’Dowd) Hardy totaled four points and four assists in just 12 minutes of action.
Souley (Oakland Tech/USF) Boum exploded for 26 points (8-13, 5-8, 5-6 shooting) as host Texas El Paso downed North Carolina A&T 72-54.
Senior guard Jourdan (Castro Valley High/Stanislaus State/Yuba College) Johnson (shooting 10-15, 6-8 and 1-2 respectively) totaled 27 points in William Jessup University’s 77-74 win versus D2 Flagler College.
Hartnell College handled Porterville College 90-79 as Daniel (Salinas High) Bost scored 33 points for the victors and teammates Miguel Velez finished with 18 rebounds, 14 points nd six assists.
Columbia College stopped host Chabot College 77-56 as Landis (Langston Hughes Academy) Spivey led with 21 points and teammate Seth Coddington provided 20 points plus a team high eight rebounds.
Quincy (Clovis West High/San Jose State University) Urbina shot 5-7, 3-4 and 3-4 to finish with a tops on the team 16 points in visiting City College of San Francisco’s 102-63 victory over San Joaquin Delta College.
Las Positas College bested College of the Siskiyous 69-60 as Andrew (Freedom High/Metro State) Mork led with 25 points and gathered in six boards as well.