February 22, 1997 |
At a high school with one of the richest traditions in boys' and girls' basketball in the Southland, Naila Moseley has earned a special place among Crenshaw's elite athletes. The 6-foot senior forward is the first to receive a basketball scholarship to Stanford, one of the country's most prestigious academic universities. It also has arguably the premier women's basketball program.
December 4, 1994
Crenshaw 53, Crossroads 46--Naila Moseley scored 21 points and Kristi Lattin added 10 to pace the Cougars in the nonleague victory Thursday. The win avenged a 59-32 defeat to Crossroads in the L.A. Invitational last year.
February 27, 1994 |
Crenshaw 68, South Gate 45--The Cougars eliminated the Rams from the playoffs for the third consecutive year in a City 4-A quarterfinal playoff game Friday at South Gate. Crenshaw, the defending 4-A champions, opened the second quarter with the first nine points, using a 27-4 run to build a 35-14 lead with 2:46 left before halftime. Freshman forward Naila Moseley had 22 points--16 in the second half--and grabbed 11 rebounds for Crenshaw.
April 3, 1997
Michelle Greco, the Valley player of the year, also has been chosen winner of The Times' Cheryl Miller Award recognizing the top high school girls' basketball player in the Southland. Greco won the award over finalists Naila Moseley of Crenshaw and Nicole Greathouse of Buena. Greco, a junior, will be honored at an awards brunch on Saturday. She was runner-up for Cal-Hi Sports' state player of the year, behind Erin Buescher of Santa Rosa Rincon Valley Christian.
March 5, 1995 |
Naila Moseley scored 18 points to lead the Crenshaw High girls' basketball team to a 56-46 victory over Washington and its third consecutive City Section Division 4-A title, Saturday night at Cal State Dominguez Hills. Crenshaw (28-0) led, 41-33, at the end of the third quarter, but Washington went on a 13-7 run to cut the lead to 48-46 with 59 seconds remaining. Kristi Lattin made six of six free throws in the final minute and Bridget Jemison and Sophia Walker each made one to seal the victory.
March 16, 1997 |
Crenshaw High made history Saturday night in its 50-30 victory over Harbor City Narbonne in the Southern Regional Division I final at the Pond of Anaheim. The Cougars, who improved to 27-3, became the first City Section girls' team to advance to a state championship game. They will play the Northern Regional winner Saturday at 6 p.m. at the Pond. The victory was Crenshaw's third this season over conference rival Narbonne (24-6).