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) 

“Casper College men hold off Sheridan College for Region IX victory” Jack Nowlin

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
School: Pomona-Pitzer
Year: Senior
Position: Guard
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.

“Homecoming: Mitty to retire Aaron Gordon’s jersey Friday night” Darren Sabedra

“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

“Chaffey climbs 14 spots; Columbia falls in men’s basketball poll as season heats up”

City College San Francisco remains undefeated and on top.

Lakeshow Hoops: “🚨THRILLED to announce joining adidasHoops🚨YEAR 1️5️ will be ELITE”

“Sorry, Steph Curry. This Watsonville Kid Baller Is King Of The 3s” Courtney Teague

“How Sports Impacts The Lives Of Girls And Women Long After Their Playing Days Are Done” Esteban Bustillos

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.

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