“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, 5-1 in the Coast Conference North, plus 9-1 in the last 10 games as a greater level of momentum is being generated of late.
Highlighting this increase, the Owls have actually boosted their scoring average (currently standing at 75.4 points a contest). Here are the final scores for the last six Foothill matchups…
“How Campolindo outlasted Clayton Valley”—Darren Sabedra
“Campolindo hands Clayton Valley first loss in thriller”—Ethan Kahkmahd
CVC’s Garrett Pascoe scored 49 points.
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“SRJC men’s team following the formula to perfection”—Kerry Benefield
“…This new tool allows prospective student-athletes to showcase their future eligibility status to NAIA member institutions as early as their first year in high school. Students then have more time to meet the specific academic requirements needed to participate in intercollegiate athletics at NAIA member institutions. The pre-eligibility indicator also identifies any academic weaknesses, alerting students to correct any deficiencies that may affect future eligibility status.
Students who complete the pre-eligibility indicator will have a digital badge associated with their profiles so college coaches can easily identify those who are on track for a final eligibility determination into the NAIA…”
host Contra Costa College 101, College of Alameda 63
Contra Costa College Men’s Basketball: “The Comets broke out of their 3 game losing streak in a big way, dominating College Of Alameda 101-63 in a wire to wire victory. The Comets came out focused from the opening tip on both ends determined to get back in the win column. Leading a season high 6 Comets in double figures was G Eric Jones with 20 points, 6 assists, and 5 steals while F Jovell Vance added 11 points, 5 rebounds, and 4 assists. The Comets record now stands at 12-9 with a 6-4 record in Bay Valley Conference play”
host Yuba College 95, Los Medanos College 75
“Yuba College men get revenge against Los Medanos”—Appeal-Democrat
host Shasta College 86, College of the Redwoods 63 For the victors, Jordan (Enterprise High) Spaschak filled the stat sheet with 26 points, eight boards, six assists plus five steals. Shasta box
host Cañada College 95, Chabot College 73
host Skyline College 72, Las Positas College 55
host Mendocino College 82, College of Marin 74
Fresno City College 142, host Merced College 76 For the Rams, Tyus (Oak Ridge High) Milhollin led with 26 points and Eric Pierce contributed a remarkable 23 points, 14 boards and 11 assists. FCC box
Gavilan College 76, host San Jose City College 69 Ja-Mont Wilson paced the Rams with 19 points while Xander (Christopher High) Bowers provided 17 points, 11 boards and six blocked shots. Gavilan box
Monterey Peninsula College 79, host Hartnell College 64 DeShawnte (Freedom High) Collins and Marcus (Heritage High) Wallace each totaled 20 points. MPC box
San Francisco City College 91, host Ohlone College 70
Napa Valley College 81, Merritt College 78 Tommy (Castro Valley High) Faustka provided 21 points and 10 rebounds for the Thunderbirds. Merritt box
Columbia College 93, Cerro Coso College 70
Healdsburg High enjoyed a taste of NCS success last season and the Greyhounds, powered by 6-foot-8 2019 prospect Trey Chapman, have higher expectations for 2018. So how is that working out so far? Coach Yasha Mokaram’s squad stands 6-0 in Sonoma County League play and 14-5 overall…
Healdsburg Coach Yasha Mokaram said this about his junior big: “Trey is a joy to coach. He works hard, is extremely coachable, and makes the game of basketball fun for everyone around him. This year, he was voted ‘best teammate’ by his peers. He continually draws double and triple teams against him, allowing his teammates to fill up the box score, and never demands anything in return…
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Santa Rosa Junior College 71, host Folsom Lake College 68 Freshman Skylar (Drake High) Chavez busted out for 34 points in the Bear Cub victoryand also grabbed 13 boards. SRJC box
Modesto Junior College 68, host Diablo Valley College 65
Sierra College 85, host American River College 75
host Sacramento City College 82, San Joaquin Delta College 73
“…Simpson’s Josh Brakkee surpassed the 1,000-point career mark Thursday during the Red Hawks’ loss at UC Merced. Brakkee, who was named First Team All-Cal Pac in his first two seasons in Redding, Calif., and currently ranks 5th in the conference in scoring with a 14.9 average, totaled 18 points led all scorers in that game…”
Brakee is out of Tracy High.
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