Jordan (Folsom High) Ford’s 26 points powered St. Mary’s over Washington 85-81 on Thursday in an NIT second round matchup. The sophomore shot 8-13, 3-6 and 7-8 respectively while adding four rebounds and three steals. » Read more articles about Jordan Ford.
“Remember the Titans: Forty years after Cal State Who, Fullerton takes on Purdue”—Tom Corvin Greg Bunch was the Fullerton big, all 6-foot-6, 190 of him.
Gabe (Antelope High/CCSF) Bealer played 19 minutes and provided 13 points, two boards and two assists in host Utah’s 95-71 victory over LSU on Thursday. He shot 3-4 from long distance in the NIT matchup. » Read more articles about Gabe Bealer.
Jordan (De La Salle) Ratinho shot 5-9 from three point range in scoring 20 points and leading USF to a 78-73 win over Utah Valley University on Thursday. Teammate Frankie (Burlingame High) Ferrari totaled 11 assists in the CBI Tournament quarterfinal pairing.. » Read more articles about Jordan Ratinho.
“Alex Wolff Tells Us How He Put Together An Awesome New Anthology Of Hoops Writing”—Alex Belth
Las Lomas 44, Palo Alto 41 “History-makers! Las Lomas beats Palo Alto, wins Division I crown”—Darren Sabedra “Palo Alto comes up short in NorCal Division I championship game”—Glenn Reeves “Defense lifts Las Lomas in NorCal championship”—Ethan Kassel Sheldon High 61, Bishop O’Dowd 60 “CIF NorCal basketball: Bishop O’Dowd edged by Sheldon in Open final”—Darren Sabedra Read More…
Friday’s state finals games, Golden 1 Center, Sacramento: DIV Stuart Hall-San Francisco (23-11) vs. View Park-Los Angeles (26-8), noon. DII Alameda (28-5) vs. Crossroads (24-9), 4 p.m. D1 Las Lomas (31-3) vs. Chino Hills (25-11), 8 p.m Saturday’s state finals, Golden 1 Center, Sacramento DV Argonaut-Jackson (29-5), vs. Santa Clarita Christian (25-9), noon DIII Pleasant Valley-Chico Read More…
“Los Gatos High boys basketball team completes historic season”—Phil Jensen
“Like Warriors, Alameda boys have turned it around”—Mitch Stephens
Freshman Souley (Oakland Tech) Boum scored 26 points (in 27 minutes) as USF turned away Colgate 72-68 on Wednesday as part of the College Basketball Invitational tournament. » Read more articles about Souley Boum.
“How Central Catholic overcame a late 12-point deficit to reach the NorCal D-III final”—James Burns
“Sixth Sense – Seeded No. 6, Sac. Adventist exacts revenge against Knights”—Jonamar Jacinto
“CIF NorCal basketball: Who’s going to state?”—Darren Sabedra
Jordan (Folsom High) Ford tallied 19 points, five rebounds and four assists as St. Mary’s bopped Southwestern Louisiana 89-45 on Tuesday in an NIT opening game. » Read more articles about Jordan Ford.
D5 – Argonaut vs. Colfax D4 – Stuart Hall vs. St. Mary’s D3 – Central Catholic vs. Pleasant Valley D2 – Alameda vs. Saint Mary’s (Stockton) D1 – Palo Alto vs. Las Lomas Open – Sheldon vs. Bishop O’Dowd
The Bay Area Warriors will be hosting its first workouts in San Francisco on 3/18 and 3/25. We will have teams again at the 17s, 16s and 15s levels. This will be our 13th season and we have a history of success winning games/tournaments, helping players improve their game, helping place players at the College Read More…
“Bishop O’Dowd returns to Open final”—Darren Sabedra “O’Dowd boys advance to Northern California final with win over Modesto Christian”—Mitch Stephens “Cold shooting plagues Modesto Christian boys in NorCal semifinal loss to Bishop O’Dowd”—Joe Cortez “NorCal basketball: Palo Alto one step away from state final, again”—Vytas Mazeika “Palo Alto gets another chance at NorCal boys basketball Read More…
Gerry Freitas: “San Francisco City College head coach Justin Labagh cuts down the net after his team’s state championship victory over San Diego City College.” A hearty and well-deserved congratulations goes out to Coach Justin Labagh and his City College San Francisco Rams for winning the state championship. From start to finish, CCSF earned the Read More…
On Monday, California Baptist defeated Western Oregon 80-76 to win the NCAA DII West Region Championship and advance to the national Elite Eight. For WO, Ali (San Lorenzo High/Idaho State) Faruq-Bey scored 26 points. » Read more articles about Ali Faruq-Bey.
“Modesto Christian’s bench no place to look for mercy; Fantazia coaches with ‘feel.’”—James Burns
“Half Moon Bay falls in Nor Cals”—Terry Bernal
“Prolific Prep 2-1 at Grind Session High School World Championship”—Marty James
Verbal Commits D2: “Cal State East Bay G Druce Asah (RS SO) is leaving the program.” Asah is out of Tracy High.
“Saint Mary’s left out of NCAA Tournament field”—Jeff Faraudo “Saint Mary’s tournament snub exposed two of the NCAA’s worst biases”—Dieter Kurtenbach “No NCAA Tournament for St. Mary’s”—Steve Kroner
California state champion City College of San Francisco used a 44-33 scoring differential in the second 20 minutes to defeat San Diego City College 82-72 on Sunday. Eddie (Archbishop Riordan) Stansberry led with 21 points, Michael (McClymonds High) Wright tallied 19 and Lewis (Chavez High) Hayes contributed 17 in addition to 12 rebounds for the Read More…