JoVon McClanahan: “Had a great conversation with Mark Madsen on the phone. Grateful to receive my first scholarship offer from Utah Valley”
JoVon McClanahan: “Had a great talk with Coach Sprinkle and Coach Russel. Grateful to receive an offer from Montana State!!!!”
McClanahan is a 5-foot-10 guard out of Salesian Prep and a qualifier in his initial season at Sheridan College. Madsen caught a Sheridan game over the weekend.
CCSF remains on top with Undefeated Columbia College fourth, Yuba College sixth, College of the Sequoias eighth and Fresno City College eighth.
“Cal-Hi Sports Northern California
Boys Basketball Player of the Week
Camron Young (Kennedy, Richmond) Sr.”
“…Green’s replacement is expected to be freshman Elijah Hardy, who had scored just 11 points all season. He was a three-star recruit according to 247 Sports and ranked 201st in the 2019 senior class.
Hopkins told reporter Lauren Kirschman of Tacoma’s News-Tribune that Hardy’s energy level is “booming” but that he tended to be “all over the place.” He is looking to see Hardy bring more discipline to his play, especially on defense, acknowledging it’s hard to establish these qualities in 8 minutes a game…”
Can Elijah Hardy seize the opportunity?
“Heat signing Gabe Vincent to two-way deal” Nicola Lupo
“Ironi Nahariya signs Diamon Simpson” Eliliano Carchia
“Here are the high school basketball teams holding court in the Sacramento region” Cameron Salerno & Joe Davidson
Scores & Highlights
Sayeed (El Cerrito High) Pridgett filled the stats sheet with 18 points, eight rebounds and eight assists as visiting Montana handled Eastern Washington 90-63.
Led by Souley (Oakland Tech/USF) Boum’s 26 points, UTEP defeated Southern Mississippi 76-64. Boum shot 14-14 at the charity stripe.
Pomona-Pitzer defeated LaVerne 88-63 as Micah (Lick-Wilmerding) Elan produced 19 points, four rebounds and four assists for the victors.
Christian (Menlo-Atherton High) Fioretti led with 20 points, Andre (Urban School) Campbell contributed 19 and Isaac (Lowell High) Finestone produced 11 points, seven rebounds and five assists as Oberlin College bested Ohio Wesleyan 89-80.
Host Fresno City College took down Columbia College 87-67 as Marcus (El Capitan High) McCutchen led the Rams with 21 points and teammate Keshawn (Burbank High/Cal State East Bay) Bruner tallied 17. FCC shot 52% 55% and 80% respectively.
City College San Francisco had no trouble with Chabot College in winning 118-76.
West Valley College edged Gavilan 90-87 despite the Rams receiving 36 points plus six assists, five boards and two steals from Kobe (Monterey High/Cabrillo College) Ordonio. He shot 14-21, 0-2 and 8-10 respectively with just three turnovers.
Las Positas College bopped Ohlone College 118-69 with Michael (West High) Hayes posting a 20 point, 14 rebound double-double for the victors.
Los Medanos College topped College of Marin 81-77 as the latter was led by Jalen (DeAnza High) Chandler’s 25 points plus 22 and eight assists via Franco (DeAnza High) Barefield.
25 points from Colby (Mills High) Vasquez powered Skyline College to a 70-67 win versus host College of San Mateo.
Look at 6-foot-8 Bear Cub Edward (Foothill High-Bakersfield) Turner’s line in Santa Rosa Junior College’s 68-62 victory over visiting Sacramento City College: 15 points, seven boards, four assists and five blocked shots on the defensive end. Ryan (Laguna Creek High) Reed’s 20 points led SCC.
Freshman Pierce (Vista Del Lago High) Rexford impressed with 26 points but host Diablo Valley College handled Folsom Lake College 81-60.
Last Saturday, Mendocino College hosted and beat Napa Valley College 94-79 as 6-foot-2 freshman guard Lesown Hallums Jr. tallied 30 points.
Catching Up With…
After 19 games, 6-foot-9 freshman Jay (Valley Christian) Allen-Tovar is averaging 5.4 points plus 2.2 rebounds alongside 10 blocked shots for Salt Lake City College. He is shooting 52% 29% and 70% respectively.
Also after 19 games, 6-foot-7 redshirt freshman Dylan (Los Gatos High/USF) Belquist is averaging 4.5 points and 2.9 rebounds with 11 steals for Salt Lake City College. He’s shooting 40%, 20% and 61% respectively.
Salt Lake is sophomore heavy this season with 4-5 players likely heading to D1.