College Scores and Highlights
Thursday (January 16)
Zach (Berkeley High/City College San Francisco) Copeland went for 32 points and seven assists in Illinois State’s 84-74 loss to Drake.
Freshman guard Ezra (Heritage High) Manjon scored 19 points alongside four rebounds and four assists as UC Davis topped Long Beach State 85-82. For the 49ers, freshman center Joshua (Sheldon High) Morgan enjoyed a bountiful night with 14 rebounds, 10 points, four assists and three blocked shots.
Terrell (Moreau Catholic/San Jose State University/City College San Francisco) Brown contributed 17 points on 5-9, 4-8, 3-3 shooting respectively as New Mexico State defeated Utah Valley State 70-56.
Joshua (Sierra High) Patton led with 17 points but Sacramento State fell 71-52 to Northern Colorado.
Pepperdine turned away Loyola Marymount 75-67 as Skylar (Drake High/Santa Rosa Junior College) Chavez provided 15 points plus seven rebounds.
Wednesday (January 15)
JoVon (Salesian Prep) McClanahan scored 50 points on 14-20 overall shooting, 5-6 from long distance and 17-20 at the foul line.
McClanahan also received his third offer.
Verbal Commits: “2020 Sheridan College (WY) G JoVon McClanahan has received an offer from UC Santa Barbara. Qualifier w/three years to play.”
Fresno City College bopped host West Hill Coalinga 103-61 with freshman guard Mohammed (Monterey High) Adam totaling 21 points on 7-13 accuracy from three-point range.
Las Positas College downed Canada College 107-95 as Andrew (Freedom High/Metro State) Mork tallied 31 points on 14-19, 2-4 and 1-3 shooting respectively.
Tahjae (Monterey High) Ordonio provided an efficient 21 points (8-10, 3-4 and 2-2 shooting) as host Gavilan College bested Cabrillo College 84-76.
A 49-30 second half powered Chabot College to an 87-69 defeat of Skyline College. 6-foot-3 freshman Izayah (Sacramento High) Talmadge played large with 20 points, five boards and five assists and freshman teammate Japjit (Newark Memorial High) Gill posting a 17 point, five assist line. Colby (Mills High) Vasquez paced Skyline with 22 points.
Grayson (Clovis West High) Carper tied for the team lead with 21 points and grabbed a team high 10 rebounds as host Columbia College took down Reedley College 90-79.
Milton (Bullard High) Burnett provided 29 points and Ryan (Hanford College) Johnson 17 boards as College of the Sequoias handled Merced College 108-64.
Tuesday (January 14)
Conor (Capital Christian) Jeffrey scored 36 points (10-16, 6-10, 6-6 shooting) as Sacramento City College bested Sierra College 98-81.
Monday (January 13)
Montana defeated visiting Portland State 85-70 as Sayeed (El Cerrito High) Pridgett provided 17 points, 10 assists and eight boards.
Pridgett is in the lead for Big Sky Conference Most Valuable Player honors.
Derrick Jones: “Merritt College RS Frosh Adam Sindelar has verbally committed to Florida National University”
He’s 6-foot-7 and was formerly at Cuesta College.
Evan Oliver: “Chico State official visit was awesome!!”
Oliver is a 6-foot 2020 talent out of Riverside. He is averaging 18 points per game.
“SCIAC Offensive Athlete of the Week
Name: Micah Elan
Hometown: San Francisco, Calif.
Micah Elan helped lead Pomona-Pitzer to a 2-0 week that featured an 88-63 victory over La Verne, and an 86-74 win over Redlands. He averaged 25.5 points per game including 32 against the Bulldogs, shooting 51.7% from teh field and 63.6% from three-point range on the week. He was also 7-of-8 from the free throw line in addition to collecting nine rebounds, dishing out seven assists, notching two steals and blocking a shot.”
Cal-Hi Sports Northern California
Boys Basketball Player of the Week
Ryan King (Whitney, Rocklin) Sr.
Scroll down a bit for the article.
“Holy Court, milestones and upsets define prep basketball week” Joe Davidson & Cameron Salerno
Verbal Commits D2: “Black Hills State G Jordan (James Logan High/Chabot College) McGlory (JR) is leaving the program.”
“Olympiacos, Will Cherry part ways” Emiliano Carchia
City College San Francisco remains undefeated and on top.
Lakeshow Hoops: “🚨THRILLED to announce joining adidasHoops🚨YEAR 1️5️ will be ELITE”
Skyline Basketball: “Really PROUD of our players’ continued success in the classroom. Finished the semester with a Team GPA of 3.54! @truestudentathletes”
Catching up with…
6-foot-7 Lakeland Magic (the Orlando Magic G team) forward Stephen (St. Ignatius/Georgetown/California) Domingo suffered a season-ending injury in early December. His numbers this season: 22 games, 27 minutes per game, 8.5 points, 4.5 rebounds, 1.1 assists while shooting 39% overall and 30% from long distance.
6-foot-9 Phil (Franklin High/Western Nebraska) Fayne graduated from Illinois State in 2019 and is playing in Argentina and averaging 9.2 points plus 4.9 boards in 23 minutes a contest. He is shooting 57% from the floor and 42% at the foul line.
Senior 7-footer Donald (Center High/Las Positas College/Brock University) Mims is currently playing for Niagara College located in Ontario, Canada with 40 minutes of court time in seven games thus far.
5-foot-10 Jalen (Elliott Christian/San Joaquin Delta College) Valverde is at Mayville State (ND) and averaging 10.8 points plus 5.4 rebounds in 14 games. He possesses a 50/22 assist-to-turnover ratio as well as 28 steals and is shooting 50%, 24% and 73% respectively.
In five games/91 minutes thus far At Idaho State this season for 7-foot sophomore Jack (Serra High/Oregon State) Wilson, he is averaging 6.4 points plus 4.8 rebound while shooting 14-28 overall and 4-5 from the charity stripe. Wilson became eligible this month.