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Against the odds, it was definitely a night to be on the road. Sierra College 73, host Cosumnes River College 49 Josh (Sacramento High) Gonzalez led SC with 24 points. full box Santa Rosa Junior College 69, host American River College 64 Four players scored in double figures for SRJC: Beau (Terra Linda High) Keeve led Read More…
WEEK 11 NORTHERN CALIFORNIA RANKINGS 1. San Francisco (19-1) The Rams remain at the top of the rankings after going 2-0 last week in Coast North Conference action. San Francisco picked up wins against Foothill and Canada and won their 15th straight game since losing to Sequoias on November 17th. The Rams are 5-1 against Read More…
“CRUMPACKER: WHAT WE LEARNED – 1/15/18” Pacific gets a whole bunch of love.
“Las Lomas suffers first loss”—Darren Sabedra
Liam (Drake High) Hunt provided a 16 point, 12 rebound double-double in a 75-66 Hope International defeat of host William Jessup University on Saturday. For the latter, Keith (Chabot College) Phillips produced a 35 point, 12 board double-double of his own.
6-foot-9 David (San Ramon Valley High) Gunn totaled 17 points, seven boards and four blocked shots in 28 minutes as Westmont College bested Arizona Christian 83-72 on Saturday.
“TCAL tips off with tough road to title”—Nick Woodard
Below are the scores and more from the Saturday matchups involving northern California community college teams: Fresno City College 128, host Porterville College 52 For the Rams, Tyus (Oak Ridge High) Milhollin posted a 20 point, 10 rebound double-double shooting 7-11, 5-9 and 1-2 respectively. FCC box Napa Valley College 70, host Contra Costa College 67 Read More…
Cabrillo College 80, host Gavilan College 75 Brian (San Jose City College) King Jr. led Gavilan with 25 and teammate Ja-Mont (Cal State East Bay) Wilson posted a 19 point, 16 rebound double-double. host San Francisco City College 113, Cañada College 76 “Rams blowout Cañada 113-76 on Friday”—Marcus Tolero DeAnza College 82, host San Jose Read More…
Malik (Laguna Creek High) Pope scored 18 points (four dunks) and grabbed nine rebounds but San Diego State fell 83-80 to host Boise State on Saturday.
Warren (Cabrillo College) Jackson led San Francisco State with 27 points in a 90-82 victory on Saturday versus Cal State Los Angeles. Jihad (Vanden High/Yuba College) Woods’ 23 points and 12 boards led the Southlanders.
Joshua )Sierra High) Patton posted a line consisting of eighteen point, six rebounds and five blocked shots as Sacramento State handled Montana State 87-68 on Saturday. Benson (Franklin High/Casper College) Osayande scored 10 points in 11 minutes for MSU.
“Serra stumbles in Jungle Game”—Vytas Mazeika
“High school basketball: Piedmont Hills wins big again”—Darren Sabedra
“Las Lomas stays unbeaten against pesky College Park”—Mike Lefkow
LeWayne (Columbia College) Grant toaled 20 points and Jackson (Bellarmine/Foothill College) Gion shot 6-10 from long distance on his way to 18 points as Sonoma State topped Cal State Los Angeles 81-63 on Friday in the Southland.
“SI evens up Bruce-Mahoney Series”—Ethan Kessel Darrion Trammell leads SI again.
“Newark Memorial, Moreau stay perfect in MVAL”—Darren Sabedra
Isaiah (Placer High/Sierra College) Pineiro scored 23 points on Thursday but San Diego fell 74-70 to host Pacific in West Coast Conference play.
Below are the scores and more for Thursday’s matchups involving northern California teams: host Butte College 82, College of the Redwoods 46 Terry Clarendon led the victors with 21 points. full box host San Joaquin Delta College 97, Folsom Lake College 69 host Modesto Junior College 76, American River College 73 host Santa Rosa Junior College Read More…
Host San Diego State walloped San Jose State University Tuesday night 85-49 with Malik (Laguna Creek High) Pope scoring 18 points on 8-10 overall shooting.
Xavier (Yuba College) Francois posted an 18 point, 11 rebound double-double on Tuesday as host Stanislaus State bested Holy Names University 82-58.
“Los Gatos basketball teams open league with wins”—Phil Jensen
“MLK Classic at Saint Mary’s filled with top teams”—Darren Sabedra