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1 hr ago | Glendale News-Press
With the personnel in tact and healthy, there appears to be high expectations this season for the members of the Crescenta Valley High girls' basketball team.
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4 hrs ago | The Daily Democrat
For the foreseeable future the measuring stick for Pioneer High School's boys basketball program will be its 2009-10 team, the one that finished 20-8, reached the playoffs and played with 3-point style and slam-dunk flair.
8 hrs ago | The Wave
Eric Bangs was back on the bench Monday night in a familiar role as head coach of the Woodbridge girls basketball team.
10 hrs ago | Merced Sun-Star
The Falcons have a busy week with six games in six days. Atwater followed up a Sac-Joaquin Section Foundation game win with a 68-53 victory over Patterson on Tuesday night at Atwater High to officially open the regular season.
13 hrs ago | Marin Independent Journal
The difference: Beau Keeve led with 11 points, but an inability to rebound the ball gave Hercules the edge and Terra Linda suffered its first loss of the season.
18 hrs ago | Daily Pilot
That neither girls' basketball team is picking up where it left off last season is better news for Newport Harbor High than it is for Estancia.
19 hrs ago | Chico Enterprise-Record
It was a banner season for the Durham High girls basketball team in 2012-13 with an unbeaten run through the Sacramento Valley League and a Northern Section Division V championship.
23 hrs ago | Chico Enterprise-Record
Technically it was a game that counts against his record, but Paradise High boys basketball coach Jerry Hight called Tuesday night's 61-30 loss at home to Sutter the team's "first" or "second" practice.
Elmoyan started his final campaign at Burbank with a stellar opening game, scoring a game-high 22 points to lead the Bulldogs to a 52-49 victory against Hollywood on Tuesday in a pool-play game of the Burbank Holiday Tournament.
The game was well in hand but Murrieta Valley coach Steve Tarabilda continued to coach as as hard as he expected his players to play.
St. Ignatius' 5-foot-9 senior point guard Trevor Dunbar, above and left, has offers from at least eight colleges.
The California High football team reeled off 17 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to earn a 31-17 win over host Pittsburg on Nov. 30 in the North Coast Section Division I semifinals.
Menlo School senior Ryan Young had 12 points during a 60-42 nonleague loss to visiting Sacred Heart Cathedral on Monday in a season opener.
Jesus Sanchez scores a layup during last week's 48-33 loss to Paraclete. Sanchez led THS with eight points on the night.
Isaiah Johnson recorded this fast-break dunk during the third quarter of a 59-53 loss to Paraclete.
A trio of Lady Huskies scored in double figures as the Fortuna High girls basketball team rolled to a 73-30 victory Monday night over visiting St. Bernard's in non-conference preseason action.
Playing against the tallest player in the country - UC Irvine's 7-foot-6 center Mamadou Ndiaye - turned out to be quite an adventure for Solomon.