“Norwood looks to leave mark as third ‘Jacks men’s basketball coach since 1980” Andrew Butler

Noah Haynesworth is headed to UC Davis.

Skyline College Basketball: “Congrats to Noah Haynesworth for earning the opportunity to continue his education & basketball career at UC Davis. Noah has been described as “best teammate ever” a lot over the past 2 years. We are so PROUD that he is an ambassador of our program.”

The 6-foot-2 sophomore guard prepped at Tamalpais High.

Chabot Basketball: “Gladiator Basketball is very excited about the commitment of 6’7 215 Jordahn Johnson. Jordahn brings a hi-motor, toughness, rebounding on both ends of the floor and the ability to finish above the rim with touch. Jordahn attended Weston Ranch HS…”

Nicholas Podesta: “COMMITTED! Congratulations to Fresno City Men’s Basketball’s own Ronald Agebsar on his commitment to Hope International. Ronald won 55 games in two seasons at Fresno City, winning two CVC titles and advancing to the CCCAA State Championships both years.”

Agebsar is 6-foot-5 and out of Sheldon High.

Merritt College basketball comings and goings:

Derrick Jones: “Congrats to Merritt freshmen guard Japheth Pineda on finishing the semester with a 4.0……also moving on to the 4yr level after 1 season with us”

At 5-foot-8, he’s out of El Camino High.


Derrick Jones: “Shout out to Merritt big man Adam Sindelar for finishing the semester with a 4.0gpa and an overall 3.5 for the year! True student-athlete moving on to Florida National University in the fall.

Sindelar is 6-foot-7 and from Spain


Derrick Jones: “Merritt welcomes Will Hemingway, an athletic G/F with a high motor and 3pt range. Looking forward to coaching him along with the rest of our T-Birds for the 2020-2021 season!”

Hemingway is 6-foot-4 and out of the South Carolina high school ranks.

Siskiyous Basketball: “Excited to add Javarus Keith 5’10 G from Harrells Christian Academy (NC) to our program. Javarus averaged 14pts 5asst 4reb last year for Harrells. Welcome to the family Javarus!”

Antioch High’s 6-foot Kaleb Smith is headed to Whatcom Community College in Washington. His brothers are Quincy who played at Cal State Northridge and Kendall who finished up at Hawaii.

6-foot-5 Gavin Rippere, of Salinas High and Monterey Peninsula College, will be playing next at Clark College in Washington.

“Big West Basketball: In-depth look at UC Davis Aggies star Ezra Manjon” Brian Mauro

Skyline Basketball: “PROUD of our players’ continued success in the classroom. Team GPA of 3.69!! Every guy on the roster achieved a 3.0+ GPA.”

“Whatcom CC Hires Jerome Jenkins as Head Men’s Basketball Coach”

“Bear River basketball coach Lewis dies of heart attack” Nick Pecoraro

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