host Santa Rosa Junior College 86, San Joaquin Delta College 76 Skylar (Drake High) Chavez led the Bear Cubs with 23 points. Two keys Santa Rosa stats: shooting 24-25 at the foul line and getting 21 assists on 26 baskets. SRJC box host Cañada College 83, Skyline College 70 Keith (Gateway High) Dickerson scored 20 points, Read More…
Whistle 2 Whistle: “Salesian (CA) 86, San Joaquin (CA) 74 James Akinjo had 27pts, 7rbs, 6ast, TeJon Sawyer had 25pts, 6rbs for Salesian. Jalen Green had 25pts, 8rbs, 3ast, Jonah Geron had 24pts, Dameane Douglas had 20pts, 8rbs, 2ast for San Joaquin.” Whistle 2 Whistle: “Bishop O’Dowd (CA) 65, Clark (CA) 59 Naseem Gaskin leads O’Dowd Read More…
“Paly beats M-A in boys hoops with ‘old school’ feel to it”—Rick Chandler
Isaiah (Antelope High) Ellis led with 26 points and teammate Justin (River City High) Briggs tallied 23 in Chico State’s 85-58 win over host Cal State Los Angeles on Saturday. Jihad (Vanden High/Yuba College) Woods posted a 16 point, 14 rebound double-double for the Southlanders.
Phil (Franklin High/Western Nebraska College) Fayne scored 24 points and grabbed nine boards in propelling Illinois State to a 76-65 success against Valparaiso on Sunday. He shot 11-12 from the floor.
Jackson (Bellarmine/Foothill College) Gion scored 19 points (5-8 shooting from long distance) but Sonoma State fell by three, 67-64, to UC San Diego in La Jolla on Saturday.
Jalen (St. Patrick-St. Vincent/City College San francisco) Canty scored 20 points and Gabe (St. Mary’s High) Vincent 18 as UC Santa Barbara topped UC Riverside 76-69 on Saturday.
“SH Prep keeping WBAL boys hoops race interesting”—Andrew Preimesberger
Joshua (Sierra High) Patton totaled 15 points, eight boards and three blocked shots in Sacramento State’s 71-61 Saturday success versus Portland State.
Henry (Serra High/Princeton) Caruso provided 23 points as well as eight rebounds as Santa Clara handled Pepperdine 73-59 on Saturday.
“Dublin beats Monte Vista, improves to 17-3”—Darren Sabedra
Powered by 33-40 shooting at the foul line, Chico State bopped Cal State Dominguez Hills 82-64 in the Southland on Friday. Jalen (Castro Valley High) McFerren and Isaiah (Antelope High) Ellis each tallied 24 points for the Wildcats.
Despite 15 points from Brian (St. Francis High/Cañada College) Garrett plus Gregg (San Ramon Valley High) Polosky’s 12 points, 11 boards and three blocked shots, CS Monterey Bay fell at home 78-70 to CS San Bernardino on Friday.
Ethan Kassel: Serra 73 Colin McCarthy 25 (11-12 FTs) Parker McDonald 19 (7-8 FTs) Henry James 16 Team 19-22 FT St. Francis 61 Logan Johnson 34 (10-12 FTs) Matteo Fontana 10 Team 16-24 FT “Serra stuns St. Francis”—Darren Sabedra
“Healdsburg in control in SCL”—Richard J. Marcus
Temidayo (St. Joseph-Notre Dame) Yussef posted a 17 point, 10 rebound double-double as Long Beach State took care of Cal Poly 87-71 on Thursday.
Tennessee State handled Southern Illinois-Edwardsville 85-57 Thursday night despite the latter receiving 11 points, nine rebounds and three assists from Christian (Modesto Christian) Ellis.
“JOHN CRUMPACKER: WHAT WE THINK – 1/24/18”
“The top-10 boys basketball teams in San Francisco”—Ethan Kassel
“Modesto Christian pulls away from Beyer in 177th straight league victory”—James Burns
“Bishop O’Dowd gets solid win over SPSV”—Scott Giorgianni
The Los Altos Hills area surrounding Foothill College is a panorama of natural beauty and incredibly expensive and attractive houses but such a view isn’t distracting the Owls from achieving success on their appointed rounds this season. Head Coach Matt Stanley and Associate Head Coach Jimmy Herrera have managed Foothill to a 16-6 overall record, Read More…
“How Campolindo outlasted Clayton Valley”—Darren Sabedra “Campolindo hands Clayton Valley first loss in thriller”—Ethan Kahkmahd CVC’s Garrett Pascoe scored 49 points.
“Serra earns second WCAL win”—Nathan Mollat
“Cougar boys are again holding court”—Clay Lambert