St. Monica boys’ basketball coach John Skinner resigned yesterday after one season due to the expected birth of his first child. Skinner, a walk-on coach, stated that he has enjoyed his four years of coaching at St. Monica but right now is unable to give the time commitment necessary for success. “Things will be a [...]
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Former Windward forward Nick Stover will transfer from Loyola Marymount to South Alabama next year. The 6-foot-6 sophomore will be ineligible to play next session per NCAA rules after averaging less than five points for the Lions this season. Stover told Al.com about the reason to go down south was that he fits well at [...]
Culver City forward Armani Nicolis has committed to Sonoma State, a Division II school in Northern California, he announced yesterday. The 6-foot-4, 175-pound senior said he likes the offense that Sonoma State runs and can fit in very nice after taking an official visit last month. “When I first talked to Coach [Pat] Fuscaldo, he [...]
Westchester’s All-City forward Nick Hamilton announced that he will walk-on at Cal after playing at the All-Academic All-Star Basketball Game at Cathedral High on Sunday. The 6-foot-4 senior averaged 10 points and nine rebounds a game for the Comets as they advanced to the Southern California Regional Finals this year. Hamilton had some interest from [...]
Four westside basketball players will participate in the first annual All-Academic Game at Cathedral High near downtown Los Angeles on Sunday, May 4th. The game which uses a criteria that focuses on the players talent as well as their academic achievements in the classroom will include Westchester’s Nick Hamilton, University’s CJ Sinada, Beverly Hills’ Siavash [...]
Westchester guard Myles Stewart announced that he will be a preferred walk-on at St John’s University in New York City next year. The 6-foot-6 senior was apart of a Comet team that advance to the Open Division Regional Finals this season. St John’s is led by former UCLA coach Steve Lavin.
University High point guard Darnell Bettis has committed to Division II Hawaii Pacific University in Honolulu, according to his head coach Steve Ackerman. Bettis, a second-team All-City Selection, averaged 14.5 points, 6.1 assists and 5.1 rebounds per game for the Wildcats. Other schools expressing interest in Bettis were Eastern Washington, San Francisco State University, & [...]