Weston Ranch – The California Division Champions!
Leading the team this season will be seniors Donjae Lindsey and Mison Coilton, and sophomore Kodey Weary. Donjae Lindsey averages 24 points per game showing why he is one of the top seniors in NorCal. Mison, the glue guy, is known for doing all the little things for the team and plays great defense. Kodey Weary, the super sophomore for the Cougars, stepped up big time with 24 points and 14 rebounds in the semifinals game.
Congratulations to Donjae Lindsey and Weston Ranch for taking home the California Bracket title of @brdrleague The 6'0 c/o 2021 Combo used his shifty handle, R&J athetic ability and timely shot making to help his squad to a 1 pt victory over a talented Purple Reign squad pic.twitter.com/B9PhbdWzOv— Bruce Williams Prep Hoops (@7outzbballclub1) October 25, 2020
San Francisco Basketball Club (Riordan) – Finished 2-2 in the Arizona (AZ) division. Robert Vaihola (2021) was the man for the team in AZ averaging over 20 points per game. Mor Seck protected the paint well and caught many alley-oops from the guards attacking the basket. The freshman phenom, Zion Sensley, showed an improved shot knocking down four 3-pointers in the first game before rolling his ankle. Unfortunately, he ended up playing limited minutes in the final two games.
Family First (Vanden) – Finished 2-2 overall in the California Division. The North Carolina import had a great weekend scoring the ball as well as being a pest on the defensive end. The team had a nice balanced attack with contribution from top to bottom showing their true depth as a team.
MC (Modesto Christian) – Finished 1-3 in the Arizona Division. Alex Argander ran the show for MC getting everyone involved on the team. Jamari Philips continues on his hot streak and averaged 22 points per game. Darius Smith and Jaden Philips were also key contributors over the weekend.
Pacer Academy (Grant) – Finished 3-1 in the Nevada Division. Corey Yerger averaged 26 points scoring in a variety of ways and showed why he is one of the best unsigned players in NorCal. Jayson Matthews was the defensive specialist locking down the opponents’ best players. He also shot 45% from the 3-point line. Jordan Bobo, one of the most intriguing 2023 prospects on the west, led the team in rebounding and show his versatility by creating on the outside.
MT Trailblazers (Monterey Trail) – 2-2 in the Utah Division. Kam Manning-Fuimaono established himself as a one-man press causing problems for opposing guards to set up their offense. Varick Lewis continued his well-balanced scoring attack from his freshman season.
Angel Corona was a bruiser in the middle altering shots and finished well around the basketball. Brandon Gibson & Kentrell Kelly(2024) looks to be a rising star out of the 916 area.
Team Grr (Campolindo) – 3-1 in the Arizona Division
Led by top 2022 guard Aidan Mahaney. Team Grr seen huge production from Cade Bennett & Emmanuel Callas. Cade showed his ability to create off the pick and roll and was very efficient knocking down catch and shoot 3-pointers. Emmanuel a physical wing attacked the rim relentlessly and starting to knock down 3-point shots at a higher rate.