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Keilani Ikehara scrambles for a loose ball during Mira Costa's opening-round win in the Southern California Regional playoffs.
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CHICO>> The Oroville High boys basketball team won its first Eastern Athletic League title in years, and its star individuals were rewarded with All-League honors, it was announced Thursday.
Corning High's Michael Shoemaker attempts a shot against visiting Encina Preparatory High School during a first-round CIF State Division IV boys basketball playoff game Wednesday night.
For the first time in three weeks, the Leigh boys basketball team had its entire core intact.
DURHAM >> Baylie Larson felt the Durham High girls basketball team outplayed much bigger and longer Valley Christian in the first half of Wednesday night's NorCal Division V first-round game.
On its home floor and playing a lower-seeded squad, things appeared to be looking up for the Corona del Mar High girls' basketball team.
Homestead #17 Loic Maxwell fights for the ball against Bellarmine High School at Pioneer High School during the CCS Soccer Semifinals on Wednesday, March 5, 2014.
Reality hit like a kick to the shins for an upstart basketball program that thought its days of being booted around the gym were over.
Despite being on the short end of the matchup in terms of size and athleticism, the Aragon basketball team led nearly all the way.
Playing for the first time in 14 days, the Moreno Valley Canyon Springs girl's basketball team had to shake off a little rust.
There proved to be plenty of good story lines generated around the Pacific League involving the three local boys' soccer teams.
Stuck on 16 points for more than nine minutes - an agonizing stretch of 16 possessions spanning the second and third quarters - Patriot saw a one-point game turn painfully lopsided, falling 59-34 to host Bakersfield Garces on Wednesday in the first round of the CIF Southern California Regional Division II tournament.
According to the Tri-Cities Athletic League, the McNair and St. Mary's girls varsity basketball teams are now co-league champions.
The 2014 All Southwestern League team was announced Monday. Temecula Valley junior Justin Simon was named the league's MVP.
Concord High became the Cinderella team of the North Coast Section boys basketball tournament, reaching the Division II finals and nearly stunning two-time defending champion Newark Memorial in the title game.
Photos by Ellie Van Houtte/Town Crier Pinewood School sophomore guard Kyle Murphy celebrates making the game-winning free throw in Friday's victory over Woodside Priory in the Central Coast Section Division V final.