January 12, 2014 |
L.A. Cathedral, at 8-1 and blowing out teams, is on the rise. The Phantoms' latest triumph was an 58-31 rout of Fairfax on Saturday night. Idrissa Diallo, a 6-foot-11 senior, had 16 points and Lorel Johnson added 12 points. Cathedral plays Price on Monday night. Eric.firstname.lastname@example.org
August 22, 2013 |
Highly regarded incoming freshman point guard Spencer Freedman still hasn't decided where he'll be attending school this fall. He is considering Santa Monica, St. Monica and Mater Dei. But he also could end up studying in Europe and delay his first year of high school. He was a standout on the Maccabiah youth team this summer in Israel. Eric.email@example.com
August 5, 2013 |
The championship game of the Addidas Nations tournament is set for 6 p.m. on Monday at Long Beach City College and will include a matchup between two of Southern California's best seniors to be. Playing for USA 2014 Blue is Daniel Hamilton of Bellflower St. John Bosco. Playing for USA 2014 Red is Stanley Johnson of Santa Ana Mater Dei. Both have displayed impressive scoring skills this past weekend leading up to the championship game that will be televised on ESPNU. Eric.firstname.lastname@example.org
January 6, 2014 |
Former Santa Ana Mater Dei basketball player Mario Soto, who transferred to Saddleback Valley Christian, is now seeking a hardship waiver of CIF transfer rules in an attempt to gain immediate eligibility. He did not have a valid change of residency, so gaining a hardship waiver is his last resort to being able to play in his senior season. It is now under consideration, according to the CIF. Eric.email@example.com
September 16, 2013 |
Greg Hamilton, the father of former St. John Bosco guard Isaac Hamilton, confirmed on Monday night that his son will attend UCLA this fall. Hamilton originally signed with UTEP, then sought to get out of the letter of intent but failed. He will have to sit out this season unless he wins an appeal. He averaged 22.1 points last season at St. John Bosco and was a McDonald's All-American. Eric.firstname.lastname@example.org
December 18, 2013 |
View Park Prep has named assistant coaches Dennis Latimore and Ken Henderson as interim coaches running the basketball program, Athletic Director Robert Ambers said. Ambers had no comment on the status of second-year Coach Harold Jones, who apparently ran into a parental revolt last week when View Park was playing in the Beverly Hills tournament. View Park leaves on Thursday for a tournament in Milwaukee. View Park is considered one of the top teams in Division V for state competition.
July 12, 2013 |
A group of Southern California high school coaches are headed to Shenzhen, China, next week to be part of a basketball clinic featuring 90 top high school aged players in Shenzhen. Offering their services will be Tom Mott from Santa Maria St. Joseph, Chris Nordstrom from Orange Lutheran, Garrett Wood and Andrian Hernandez from St. Joseph and Bryan Davis from Mission Prep. There also will be a stopover in Hong Kong. Somebody might get a suit made, but since no one wears suits anymore during games, who knows?
August 2, 2013 |
Calabasas Coach Jon Palarz said Friday that standout 6-foot-8 senior Max Hoetzel has told him he will be leaving the school to attend Wilbraham and Monson Academy in Massachusetts. Hoetzel said his parents are moving to Santa Ynez, and he wanted to prepare himself "academically and physically. " Hoetzel had six scholarship offers and is hoping a change to the East Coast will help attract more offers. Eric.email@example.com
December 20, 2013 |
The school-record 122 points Chino Hills scored on Thursday night in a win over Rancho Cucamonga is another sign of a team on the rise. The Ball brothers, sophomore Lonzo Ball and freshman Gelo Ball, are quite a duo. Lonzo had 11 assists. Gelo scored 20 points. Bishop Mency is a talented 6-foot-5 senior. He had 26 points. There's also a 6-9 junior in Nnamdi Okongwu. And come Jan. 6, Chino Hills will get eligible a highly regarded sophomore transfer from Pasadena La Salle, Milan Acquuah.
January 8, 2014 |
Just in time for the start of Western League play, Fairfax High is about to get a boost with the return of 6-foot-2 junior guard Lorne Currie to the program. He's scheduled to enroll on Monday. Currie was supposed to be a key player for the Lions until he became academically ineligible last season, then transferred to St. John Bosco. He intends to return to Fairfax after attending St. John Bosco this past semester and will be eligible immediately. He scored 29 points in a game against Harvard-Westlake as a sophomore at Fairfax.