GAME 1: Dougherty Valley (92) Woodside Priory (59)

The first game of the day started off with fireworks as Dougherty Valley Junior Ryan Beasley scored 44 points to help lead his squad to the win. This was the highest scoring output of the day.

GAME 2: Clayton Valley (72) Stockton-Lincoln (53)

Two of Nor-Cal’s best seniors faced off during the second game showcasing the unsigned Jeremiah Dargan and San Diego State commit, Miles Byrd. Jeremiah, who transferred to Clayton Valley from De La Salle last season, scored 28 points to help lead his team to victory. one of the top unsigned seniors in norcal.

GAME 3: De La Salle (58) Elk Grove (47)

De La Salle featured one of Nor-Cal’s best freshmen in Alec Blair. Alec scored 16 points and grabbed 12 rebounds during his debut which helped his team seal the win. Elk Grove featured one of the best unsigned seniors in Nor-Cal in Ameere Britton. Ameere flashed his well renowned man to man defense and also scored 18 points in a valiant effort.


GAME 4: Inderkum (80) Bishop O’dowd (54)

The Sacramento based Inderkum had a very solid performance against the Dragons of O’dowd. With balance scoring the Tigers were able to ink a non-stressful victory. Inderkum features star wing Derrick Claxton who is one of the most athletic players in the region. Junior Isaiah Chandavong won game MVP.


GAME 5: Grant (61) Riordan (50)

A strong first quarter for Grant helped propel them to the win as the slow start seemed to be too much for the Crusaders to overcome. Bethune-Cookman commit Jayson Matthews had 14 points to contribute to the victory.

GAME 6: Oakland Tech (71) Vanden (67)

Oakland Tech was led by junior Ahmaree Muhammad who scored 20 points and senior Mahlik Smith with 18 points. The Vanden Vikings conducted a furious comeback featuring star sophomore Tyler Thompson and one of the region's best unsigned seniors in Takai Hardy.

GAME 7: #6 Modesto Christian (86) #15 San Joaquin Memorial (71)

Two of California’s top 15 schools went face to face during the second to last game. #15 San Joaquin Memorial features Fresno State commit Jojo Hunter, who is one of the best shows in Nor-Cal high school basketball. Jojo scored a highlight-filled 31 points to help his team compete from a slow start. Jojo’s big night was offset however by one of the nations best sophomores in Jamari Philipps. The top 20 ranked Philipps scored a smooth 29 points to go toe to toe with Hunter. Modesto Christian’s other guard BJ Davis however stole the show as he had a big game with 27 points 7 rebounds and 7 assists. The once under-the-radar Davis picked up 3 Division 1 offers after his performance. ( USF, SJSU, Hawaii)


GAME 8: #4 Campolindo (50) Dublin (42)

The nightcap featured the home Dublin Gaels as they hosted the top ranked team in Nor-Cal in the Campolindo Cougars, Campolindo features the recent St.Mary’s commit in Aidan Mahaney and junior guard Cade Bennett. Junior Shane O’Reilly however won MVP as he scored 18 points to help his Cougars win. Dublin features one of the region's best backcourts in Courtney Anderson and Donovan Cooks. Anderson, who holds a plethora of Division 1 offers, scored 17 points to keep his Gaels team at bay.