August 21, 2013 |
Sun Valley Village Christian has made itself a favorite destination for transfer students. This coming season, the Crusaders will have Bryan Alberts and Marsalis Johnson, both whom started their high school careers at Sierra Canyon. And joining them this season will be Bennie Boatwright and Bear Henderson, both of whom played last season at Alemany. Henderson started classes on Wednesday. Eric.email@example.com
September 24, 2013 |
One of the strongest basketball tournaments during the last week in November is at Redondo High. The 62nd annual Pac Shores tournament will take place Nov. 25-30. Confirmed teams are Westchester, St. John Bosco, Long Beach Poly, Compton, Mayfair, Calabasas, Pacific Hills, Peninsula, Palos Verdes, Long Beach Millikan, Fremont, Lawndale, Rolling Hills Prep, Campbell Hall, Narbonne and Redondo. Eric.firstname.lastname@example.org
October 31, 2013 |
After making 109 three-pointers as a sophomore and averaging 21.2 points, Cesar Reyes of Sun Valley Poly figures to have the green light to keep firing away beginning next month. Poy returns four starters from a 19-9 team and will be moving from City Section Division III to Division II. Besides Reyes, guards Sal Gonzalez and Brian Sanchez return, along with 6-foot-3 Mario Castaneda. Francisco Mariscal, a 6-2 transfer from Sylmar, will add to the Parrots' depth. Eric.email@example.com
September 23, 2013 |
It remains to be seen which teams will emerge as the best basketball teams in Southern California this coming season, but one thing is certain: St. John Bosco is going to have a fan following like few others just to watch junior Tyler Dorsey and senior Daniel Hamilton put on a show. Besides their dunking ability, each knows how to ignite his afterburners at a moment's notice, and fans will be left with that, "Wow" feeling during various moments of a game. Hamilton has committed to Connecticut.
September 12, 2013 |
Gearing up for an expected battle with Etiwanda and Corona Centennial for Inland Empire basketball supremacy, Rancho Cucamonga has added senior point guard Brian Beard, a transfer from Orange Lutheran who also previously played for La Verne Lutheran. He averaged nearly 10 points a game last season for the Lancers. Rancho Cucamonga shared the Baseline League championship last season with 1AA champion Etiwanda and returns standout guards Victor Joseph and Daylan Lawrence. Eric.firstname.lastname@example.org
November 15, 2013 |
On ESPNU's recruiting special on Friday afternoon, Stanley Johnson of Santa Ana Mater Dei confirmed that he will attend Arizona in the fall. The 6-foot-7 Johnson, last season's player of the year by The Times, held up a pair of Arizona shoes to let viewers know his school of choice. Arizona continues to pull away top players from Southern California. Loyola point guard Parker Jackson-Cartwright is also expected to sign with the Wildcats. Eric.email@example.com
April 4, 2013 |
Born in Hawthorne and raised in Carson, Darius Morris spent his childhood cheering for the Lakers - largely because of his his admiration for Kobe Bryant. Morris is less than four years removed from his playing days at Windward School, and now his childhood idol is not only a teammate, but a mentor and friend. In 2009, Morris led Windward to its first state championship in his senior season. Then his basketball career took an unexpected turn toward a bottom-dwelling college program 2,250 miles away.
September 22, 2013 |
Scout.com is reporting that Westchester senior guard Elijah Stewart has committed to Loyola Marymount. He helped the Comets win the City Section Division I championship last season. Eric.firstname.lastname@example.org
September 19, 2013 |
The scholarship offers keep coming for 6-foot-11 junior Chance Comanche from Los Angeles View Park Prep. In the past two weeks, Louisville and Gonzaga have made offers, Coach Harold Jones said. Eric.email@example.com
April 12, 2012 |
Name; Pos.; Ht.; Wt.; Previous school; Comment Jordan Adams; SG; 6-5; 205; Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill Academy; One of the top perimeter shooting prospects in the country should boost Bruins' three-point accuracy. Kyle Anderson; PG; 6-8; 215; Jersey City (N.J.) St. Anthony; A versatile talent who can play the one to the four but will probably utilize exceptional basketball IQ as starting point guard. *Larry Drew II; PG; 6-2; 180; North Carolina; Played two full seasons and part of a third for Tar Heels.