More on Piedmont High’s Luke Harris committing to Carleton College.
14th annual Nor Cal Tip Off Classic Schedule
Saturday March 27 at Newark Memorial High School
Game 1: 11:00 AM St. Joseph-Notre Dame (Alameda) vs Modesto Christian
Game 2: 12:30 PM Moreau Catholic (Hayward) vs Elk Grove
Game 3: 2:00 PM Newark Memorial (Newark) vs Oakland Tech
Game 4: 3:30 PM Campolindo (Moraga) vs Lincoln (Stockton)
Game 5: 5:15 PM Dublin vs Capital Christian (Sacramento)
Game 6: 7:00 PM De La Salle (Concord) vs Heritage Christian (Northridge)
Game 7: 8:30 PM Bishop O’Dowd (Oakland) vs San Joaquin Memorial (Fresno)
Others who offered: “UC Davis, Northridge, San Diego, Cal Poly, Montana
Jake Lieberman: “Senior guard Devan Sapp tells me that he is setting up virtual visits with UCSB and Idaho.”
Tre Jackson: “2021 Guard Devan Sapp tells me that Washington State, Idaho, San Diego, San Diego State, San Jose State, and UC Riverside have contacted him recently.”
Sapp started high school at Archbishop Mitty before heading to First Love Christian Academy in Pennsylvania. He now has an offer from Santa Barbara.
“Spencer Butterfield signing in Tenerife” Emiliano Carchia
Butterfield is out of Del Oro High and Yuba College.
NBL News: “The South East Melbourne Phoenix have signed NZNBL defensive player of the year, Izayah Mauriohooho-Le’afa, as a development player for the 20/21 season”
A New Zealander, he’s out of Sacramento State.
Seaside’s Finest: “So proud of our guys who are continuing to work. All 3 had a great showing and here is what California Rivals had to say about Nate Pierre @Theekingnj, Jalen Brown @yungking_jalen and Eric Green. All 3 of these young men will play at the next level.”
Hit this link to read the player writeups.
It appears like Coach Gregg Marshall is not long for his Wichita State position. Wonder if this was a so-called secret within the college ranks and prevented Marshall from moving up into ‘better’ coaching positions?
“Shane Battier on diversity in NBA analytics: ‘The odds would have been against me’ The former Heat forward discusses his current role with the franchise, the power of data, and the greatness of LeBron James and Kobe Bryant” Martenzie Johnson