“SCL basketball tournament: Healdsburg boys, Petaluma girls triumph”—Richard J. Marcus
Gaskin wasn’t far behind the total for Berkeley.
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host Santa Rosa Junior College 118, American River College 84 Beau (Terra Linda High) Keeve led with 20 points while Skylar (Drake High) Chavez and Malcolm (Analy High) Jenkins each tallied 17 points as seven Bear Cubs scored in double figures. They shot 21-42 on three-point attempts. SRJC box
host Modesto Junior College 107, Folsom Lake College 70
host Sierra College 87, Cosumnes River College 68 Josh (Sacramento High) Gonzalez led the victors with 20 points with teammate Kenny (El Camino High) Olsem adding 16 points plus eight boards. full box
host San Joaquin Delta College 87, Diablo Valley College 69 Spencer (Lodi High) Monteiro led Delta with 22 points, John (Bear Creek High) Berna provided 19 points and Elijah (Armijo High) Johnson contributed 16 for Delta.
There is merely professing love for the game of basketball, and then there is true devotion. There is chatter about living in the lab and grinding in order to get better, and then there is actually putting in the time. During last spring and summer, Monterey High’s Mohammed Adam traveled over 300 miles round-trip in order to practice with his California United travel team–two hours and thirty minutes in each direction, just on the road. His dedication cannot be questioned.
Skills and Accomplishments
Adam was named the Monterey Bay League Gabilan Division Freshman of the Year in 2016. As a sophomore, he earned All Monterey Bay League Gabilan Division honors alongside membership on the All-Defensive Team. But his desire to forge ahead remains unabated and this season the 6-foot-3 guard is averaging 17 points per game as the point on Coach Greg Daniels’ Toreadore team…
Ryan Imhoff – Frontier Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Week
“Imhoff is a 6-foot-6 senior guard from Napa, Calif. 14th-ranked Carroll College was 2-0 for the weekend. At home, the Saints edged Montana Tech 65-60 and on the road downed Rocky Mountain College 91-84.
Imhoff averaged 27 points, 6.5 rebounds, four steals and two assists per game. He was 18 of 34 from the field (53 percent) and was 18 of 21 from the free throw line.”
He is a six-time winner this season alone.
» Read more articles about Ryan Imhoff.
“Can Kevin Ollie save UConn from irrelevance?”—Jeff Goodman
Ollie is well-liked throughout the basketball ranks but doesn’t appear to have anyone of power and influence remaining in his corner. That’s a death knell for a coach.
» Read more in-depth analysis of basketball coaching in my `Coaching is a Risky Business’ cornerstone article.
“What has really been going on with Markelle Fultz?”—Kyle Newbeck
host Fresno City College 102, Reedley College 62 For the Rams, Jonah (Clovis North High) Brown scored 21 points on 7-9 three-point shooting with teammate Sumeer (Liberty High) Gill totaling 18 on 6-10 accuracy from long distance. FCC box
host Cabrillo College 86, DeAnza College 44 Linton Acliese tallied 29 points for the Seahawks. CC box
host West Valley College 62, Monterey Peninsula College 60 For the Vikings, Cristian (Milpitas High) Mejia led with 18 points and Delvon (Oakland High) Nisby was right behind with 17. WVC box
host Feather River College 93, Butte College 88 Eric Boose scored 22 points (with 11 boards) and Terry Clarendon 21 for BC. Butte box
host Los Medanos College 81, College of Alameda 60
host Napa Valley College 84, Contra Costa College 70
Gavilan College 96, host Hartnell College 89 Brian (San Jose City College) King Jr. exploded for 34 points on 11-19, 6-8 and 6-8 shooting for the Rams. Teammate Ibn Zaid posted a 27 point, 10 rebound double-double. Gavilan box
Yuba College 92, host Merritt College 73 “Yuba College men handle Merritt for 13th straight BVC victory”
Las Positas College 88, host Chabot College 66
City College of San Francisco 85, host Skyline College 58
Columbia College 76, host West Hills Coalinga 71
Mendocino College 53 , host Solano College 51
Foothill College 85, host Cañada College 82
Shasta College 97, host College of the Redwoods 56
Lassen College 89, host College of the Siskiyous 64