High School Basketball
Pandemonium erupted in a high school gym in Alameda on Friday night when a varsity basketball player made a miraculous full-court shot with less than a second left in the game.
The McDonald’s All-American Games took place Wednesday evening in Chicago and four local Bay Area players helped lead their West teams to victory.
As LeBron James hovers on the precipice of perhaps his first NBA championship, author Tony Meale delves deep into the King’s past, back to the days when he was royalty of the Ohio high school circuit and never lost a game – except for one.
K.C. Waters had a double-double with 14 points and 12 rebounds to lead Bishop O’Dowd of Oakland past Laguna Hills, 62-24, in the California girls’ Division III title game Saturday.
Jabari Bird scored 24 points as
Salesian of Richmond beat Price of Los Angeles, 70-56, to win the
boys’ Division V state championships at Power Balance Pavilion
aron Gordon had 33 points and 20 rebounds as Archbishop Mitty of San Jose defeated Las Costa Canyon of Carlsbad, 78-57, to win the California boys’ Division II championship Friday.
Archbishop Mitty of San Jose held off J.W. North of Riverside, 56-54, to win the California girls’ Division II championship at Power Balance Pavilion Friday.
Hailie Eackles had 31 points and nine rebounds to lead Pinewood of Los Altos Hills past St. Bernard of Playa del Rey 67-56.
St. Joseph Notre Dame of Alameda defeated St. Bernard of Playa del Rey, 47-44, in the Division V boys’ state championship game Friday.
Kendall Jackson had 11 points as Bishop O’Dowd of Oakland defeated El Cerrito, 50-32, to win the boys’ Division III NorCal championship Saturday at Power Balance Pavilion.