“RAMS TAKE OVER TOP SPOT IN WEEK FIVE”—Signal The Light Basketball
Excellent detailing of Charania’s blueprint to prominence.
6-foot-1 Miles Amos of Stuart Hall High and Bay City Basketball is coming off a season is which he was named “Sophomore of the Year” by the San Francisco Examiner after being honored as the 16u Most Valuable Player in the 2016 Bay Area Memorial Day Classic.
City College San Francisco 105, Contra Costa College 59
Diablo Valley College 77, College of the Sequoias 59
Sierra College 76, Skyline College 68
Foothill College 77, Cabrillo College 67
Mt. SAC tourney
Merritt College 88, Middlebrooks Academy 85
San Bernardino Valley College 81, DeAnza College 74 Terrance (Clovis West High) Jackson led the Dons with both 24 points and six rebounds. DeAnza box
Fullerton College 75, Cañada College 53 Keith (Gateway High) Dickerson led the Colts with 17 points. full box
Contra Costa College 82, College of the Sequoias 73 “The Comets pulled off a major upset in the second round of the San Francisco City College Tournament, defeating #2 ranked College Of Seqouias 82-75!!! Despite being the smaller team the Comets used their speed advantage to tilt the pace in their favor and impose their will. G Kemare Wright led the Comets with 22 points, 3 rebounds, 2 assists, and 2 steals. F Jovell Vance added 13 points and 3 rebounds, and F Matthew Murray added a double/double with 11 points and 10 rebounds…”
City College San Francisco 90, Diablo Valley College 62
Skyline College 75, San Joaquin Delta College 63
Sierra College 68, San Jose City College 56
Gavilan College 63, Irvine Valley College 55 Brian (San Jose City College) King Jr. paced the Rams with 17 points while teammate Xander (Christopher High) Bowers grabbed 19 rebounds. Gavilan box
Monterey Peninsula College 70, Solano College 56 Lobo DeShawnte (Freedom High) Collins contributed 14 points, five boards and three assists. MPC box
Las Positas College 58, Cosumnes River College 54
Feather River College 85, Napa Valley College 61
Sacramento City College 81, Chabot College 73
Butte College 80, Foothill College 70
Mt. Sac tourney
Cerritos College 82, Merritt College 73 Thunderbird freshman Deon (Elk Grove High) Steward and Tommy (Castro Valley High) Faustka totaled 18 point/nine rebounds and 15 points/nine boards respectively. Merritt box
Colunbia College 72, Lassen College 52
DeAnza College 77, Antelope Valley College 73 Blake (Prospect High) Uyehara led the victors with 18 points and teammate Ajay (Cupertino High) Singh was right behind with 16. Osi (San Leandro High) Nwachukwu paced AVC with 22 points as well as 11 boards. full box
Cañada College 78, Southwestern 75 Keith (Gateway High) Dickerson led the Colts with 23 points followed by Alex (Aragon High) Manu’s 19. full box
City College San Francisco 95, Sierra College 62
Contra Costa College 82, Skyline College 63
College of the Sequoias 88, San Joaquin Delta College 60
Diablo Valley College 81, San Jose City College 46
Gavilan College 68, Monterey Peninsula College 60 Ja-Mont (Edison High/Cal State East Bay) Wilson was ginormous for the Rams with 22 points plus 19 boards. For MPC, DeShawnte (Freedom High) Collins provided 13 points, six rebunds and four assists. full box
DeAnza College 83, Mira Costa College 85 Terrance (Clovis West High) Jackson shot 6-8 from long distance on his way to 21 points for DA. full box
Hartnell College 70, West Valley College 60 For the Vikings, Delvon (Oakland High) Nisby totaled 22 points plus 11 boards. West Valley box
Irvine Valley College 61, Solano College 57
Napa Valley College 75, College of the Siskiyous 66 Sasha (Justin-Sienna High) French provided 16 points, nine boards and three blocked shots. full box
Las Positas College 87, Sacramento City College 73 Peter (St. Francis High) Hewitt posted a 20-point, 15 board double-double, shooting 9-10 with teammate Anand (Manteca High) Hundal going for 14 and 12. Note that the LPC starting backcourt, John (Freedom High) Ketchel and Nick (Freedom High) Evans tallied 18 points apiece. full box
Feather River College 85, Merced College 70 Gerard Andrus posted a 19-point, 14 rebound double-double for FRC. full box
Cosumnes River College 66, Chabot College 43 full box
Columbia College 72, Folsom Lake College 66
West Hills Coalinga 83, Lassen College 74
Orange Coast College 74, Merritt College 60
Butte College 66, Cabrillo College 60 Butte box
Citrus College 101, Cañada College 89 Keith (Gateway High) Dickerson and Marcel Burton each scored 24 points for the Colts. full box
Prolific Prep of Napa Christian 78-71 Victory in Marshall County Hoop Fest
“Prolific Prep of Napa Christian moved to 9-1 on the season with a 78 – 71 victory against Tennessee Prep (TN) in the second day of the Marshall County Hoop Fest. Prolific Prep was playing without starting PG Nimari Burnett out (hand) and 6’10 (2019) SF Oton Jankovic out (ankle).
The front-line of 2018 PF Jordan Brown, 2018 PF Amadou Sow, and 2018 C Onyinyechi Eyisi dominated the majority of the game, combining for 50 points, 29 rebounds, and 9 block shots between the 3 of them.
2018 PF Jordan Brown, who was named Player of the Game, led all scorers with 30 points going 9 for 13 from the floor and 12 of 16 from the foul line. He also collected 12 rebounds, 4 blocks, 4 assists, and 3 turnovers.
2018 PF Amadou Sow (UCSB commit) finished with 12 points, 10 rebounds and 2 block shots. 2018 combo guard Sekou Toure (UCSB commit) started at the PG impacted the game in so many ways, scoring 14 points, grabbing seven rebounds and pilfering four steals.
Prolific Prep’s poor second half shooting from the foul line (14 for 24) cost them down the stretch as Tennessee Prep mounted the comeback.”
Prolific Prep of Napa Christian (CA): 78 points
- Jordan Brown 30 pts., 12 rebounds 4 assists 4 Blocks 3 turnovers
- Amadou Sow 12 pts. 10 rebounds 2 assists 2 blocks 2 turnovers
- Jeenathan Williams 7 points, 4 rebounds, 1 assist, 5 turnovers 2 steals
- Jared Martin 7 pts. 2 assists, 2 turnovers
- Sekou Toure 14 points 7 rebounds 3 assists 4 steals, 2 turnovers
- Onyinyechi Eyisi 8 points 7 rebounds, 3 Blocks, 4 turnovers
“Sophomore Starting Point Guard 6’3 Nimari Burnett broke his left hand in last weekend’s Championship Game at the Lighthouse Classic vs. Sunrise Christian.
Nimari will only be out 4 weeks as he does not need surgery on the clean break. Nimari is expected to return after the new year for the Mustang Madness in Paducah, KY.
Nimari was averaging 13.5 PPG, 7.1 Assists, and 4.5 rebounds per game.
Also out this weekend but returning next weekend is 6’10 junior wing Oton Jankovic who has missed most of the season with a left sprained ankle which he has done twice this year.
Oton is expected to return next weekend in the Memphis vs. The World Classic.”
“In Prolific Prep of Napa Christian’s (9-1) Marshall County Hoop Fest 78-71 victory on Friday Night,
Senior Backup Center 6’10 Onyinyechi Eyisi broke his nose and was removed from the game.
Onyinyechi’s nose was attempted to be re-set in the Emergency Room but attempts were unsuccessful.
He will most likely have surgery next week when he returns to Napa, CA and will get fitted for a mask.
Onyinyechi was averaging 8.0 PPG, 5.2 rebounds per game, and 1.5 blocks per game.
Onyinyechi is questionable for today’s game vs. Huntington Prep.
Micah (Lick-Wilmerding) Elan provided 14 points plus seven assists fro Pomona-Pitzer in the Sagehens’ 70-69 loss to Westmont College on Saturday. Teammate Daniel (Los Altos High) Rosenbaum contributed 13 points plus eight boards. Gerald (San Ramon Valley High) Karczewski’s 23 points aided the WC victory.
Excellent feature here!
Aaron Gordon was unstoppable against Oklahoma City on Wednesday. as the Magic forward filled the stats sheet with 40 points, 15 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 steals. He shot 12-23 overall and 6-12 from three-point range.
The next Daily Dose edition will appear on Monday.
Las Positas College 83, Merced College 75 (CRC tourney) Nick (Freedom High) Evans led the victors with 27 points, Peter (St. Francis High) Hewitt posted a 17 point, 12 board double-double and Anand (Manteca High) Hundal contributed 14 and 11. full box
Chabot College 73, Napa Valley College 64 (CRC tourney) Jorden (James Logan High) Gilmete led Chabot with 21 points while Napa was paced by Amancho Adopo’s 17 points and nine rebounds. full box
Sacramento City College 80, Feather River College 78 (CRC tourney) For SCC, Gabe (Elk Grove High) Serna led with 20 points and teammate Jhalen (Florin High) Lumpkins totaled 17. full box
Consumnes River College 67, College of the Siskiyous 62 (CRC tourney) full box
Monterey Peninsula College 78, Santa Barbara City College 66 (MPC tourney) For the Lobos, DeShawnte (Freedom High) Collins scored 22 points and added eight boards while teammate Marcus (Heritage High) Wallace contributed 20 points. full box
Gavilan College 68, Cypress College 64 (MPC tourney) Brian (San Jose City College) King Jr. led the victors with 23 points. Gavilan box
Solano College 75, West Valley College 72 (MPC tourney)
Irvine Valley College 72, Hartnell College 57 (MPC tourney)