This year Battle of Nor Cal was epic and loaded with talent. With so many elite players in the building ready to compete the day made out to be a very special one. Here is our 2022 Battle of Nor Cal All Team Selection based off the performance of August 20th, 2022 ONLY.

Championship: The 209 vs The Bay: 102-74
Consolation: The 916 vs The Central: 73-71
Game 2: The Bay vs The Central: 91-89
Game 1: The 916 vs The 209: 85-70 


  • Jamari Phillips - Modesto Christian - Once again showed why he is highly ranked and receiving scholarship offers from practically every college in the country. He started in game one hitting seven 3 pointers ending the game with 26 points. Phillips was also named MVP of this years game.

    First Team

  • Jalen Glenn- Inderkum - Jalen also started off hot scoring 29pts in his first game. Jalen showed he could do it all from knocking down deep  3's to having multiple tip in dunks. With his size, athleticism and skill set Jalen is showing why he's one of the best Nor Cal has to offer.
  • BJ Davis - Modesto Christian - BJ had an outstanding day. Played both sides of the floor with passion and purpose. Scoring from deep with ease as well as getting to the basket. Davis lead his team in the championship game with 21pts.
  • Zion Sensley - Prolific Prep - Zion is a match up nightmare. 6'8" that can play all five positions. Zions game is well rounded as he can handle, shoot and defend at an elite level. His length and athleticism makes him a high college prospect and should have a great high school season. Zion had 15 points in the championship game
  • Ben Roseborough - Monterey Trail - Played this game with pure heart and explosiveness. Attacking the basket with force, usually finishing the play with a monstrous dunk. He's body size is college ready as well as his game. Ben came out and made a huge statement that he's one of the best guards NorCal has to offer.

Second Team

  • J.J. Howard - Mission Prep -J.J. came ready to compete. He made his present felt immediately in both games as well as the dunk contest bringing home the runner up award. Howard scored in high double digits both games. His athleticism and motor is none stop and puts him in position to constantly make plays. J.J. was very impressive in the event. 
  • Aden Curry - Santa Cruz -  Aden showed up and put on a shooting clinic. Hitting 12 3 pointers in two games he couldn't mess, Curry lead his team in scoring both games with 25 in game 1 and 12 in game 2. Aden is a pure shooter but brings so much more.
  • Prince Oseya- Modesto Christian - Prince had a great day and did exactly what a dominant big man was suppose to do. He had multiple block shots and controlled the paint all day. His ability to block a players shot without fouling is what separates him from a good defender to a great one. Oseya also had multiple dunks and buckets inside showing his offensive skills as well
  • Ryan Beasley -  Dougherty Valley - Was in attack mode all day. He's extremely hard to stay in front of due to his ability to change directions quickly or the ability to stop and pull up.. Ryan brought that same energy on defense making it tough on guards all day.
  • Tyler Harris -  Salesian - Had a solid day Scoring in double figures in both games and showing that he can play multiple positions. His size matched with his ability to handle and shoot made it tough to stop him. Harris scored 12 in the Championship game.

Third Team

  • Jalen Brown - Modesto Christian
  • Anthony Moore - Lincoln ( Stockton)
  • Money Williams - Oakland High
  • Derek Sangster - Mitty
  • Mark Larvenov - Rocklin

Honorable Mention

  • Varick Lewis - Monterey Trail
  • Jermaine Haliburton - Inderkum
  • Malachi Miller - Central Catholic
  • Connor Amundsen - Clovis North
  • Elliot Mobley - Weston Ranch
  • Elijah Mobley - Weston Ranch