Posts Tagged ‘boys basketball’

Boys Basketball: Culver City’s Armani Nicolis takes official visit to Sonoma State

Culver City’s Armani Nicolis is heading up to northern California to take an official visit to Division II Sonoma State today. The senior forward was named to the first-team All-Ocean League squad after averaging 17.7 points and 9.5 rebounds a game for the Centaurs. Culver City was 12-16 and advanced to the second round of [...]

Boys Basketball: Beverly Hills’ Ben Cohen commits to Division III Chapman University

Beverly Hills’ guard Ben Cohen has committed to Division III Chapman University, he announced on twitter today. The 6-foot-5, 170-pound senior helped the Normans win a share of the Ocean League title this season. Beverly Hills finished with an 18-10 record. Chapman, located in the city of Orange, advanced to the Division III playoffs this [...]

Boys Basketball: Westchester’s Elijah Stewart named LA City Player of the Year; LACES’ Battey earns top honors in Div 4

Westchester’s Elijah Stewart was named the LA City Section Player of the Year, yesterday. The senior led Westchester to multiple upsets in the state playoffs and to the Southern California Open Division Regional Finals were they lost to eventual champion Mater Dei. Fellow Comet Layon Gooden was honored on the All-City first-team selection. LACES’ freshman [...]

Boys Basketball: Culver City’s Nicolis gets offered by Concordia University (OR)

Culver City senior Armani Nicolis received an offer from Concordia University of Oregon today. The 6-4, 175-pound forward averaged 17.7 points and 9.5 rebounds a game for the Centaurs last season. It is the first college offer for Nicolis. Concordia, an NAIA school in Portland, finished this season with a 22-10 record and advanced to [...]

Boys Basketball: Elijah Stewart has 30 points as Westchester pulls off another Open Division upset

Westchester proved once again why they are such a dangerous team after pulling off their second straight upset in the state playoffs with a 76-67 victory over Redondo in the Open Division Southern California Regional Semifinals on Tuesday. It was expected to be the marquee matchup of the night as Redondo rallied back to beat [...]

Boys Basketball: All-Western League team announced; Westchester’s Elijah Stewart named MVP

Westchester’s Elijah Stewart has been named the Western League’s Most Valuable Player in a vote by the conference coaches. The Loyola Marymount-signee has helped the Comets make its deepest run in the state playoffs since winning the Division I title in 2010 as they will play Mater Dei in the Open Division Southern California Regional [...]

Boys Basketball: Westchester pulls off Open Division upset against JW North

Westchester could have easily called it quits after losing to El Camino Real for the LA City Division I title last Saturday. Instead, they delivered the upset of the night as they knocked off No. 2 seed JW North 79-61 in the first round of the Open Division state playoffs. The Comets never trailed in [...]

Boys Basketball: Harris and Silverman-Lloyd guide Windward easily past LACES

(Video: Windward’s Eli Silverman-Lloyd talks about the Wildcats victory over LACES) Jalen Harris scored 19 points and Eli Silverman-Lloyd added 17 as Windward flew by LACES 84-59, in the first round of the Division IV state playoffs. The Wildcats took advantage early of some holes they saw in the Unicorns zone defense and exploited them [...]

Men’s Basketball: Windward alum Wesley Saunders named Ivy League Player of the Year

Harvard’s Wesley Saunders, a Windward alum, was named the Ivy League Player of the Year after leading the Crimson to a conference title. The 6-foot-5 junior guard averaged 14 points per game as Harvard finished the regular season with a 26-4 record. The Crimson have won the conference and advanced to the NCAA tournament in [...]

Boys Basketball: Hamilton unable to stop Eagle Rock’s Stewart; lose in Division III title game

There was plenty of hot blood between Hamilton and Eagle Rock before the boys’ basketball game at Roybal Learning Center even started. However, the Yankees hopes of repeating as Division III champions were quickly laid to rest by the play of the Eagles Stewart Ramirez. The senior had 33 points and 10 rebounds to lead [...]

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