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  • Brogdon named basketball coach at JSerra By STEVE FRYER
    Zach Brogdon is the new varsity boys basketball head coach at JSerra, the school announced Friday. Brogdon, 28, coached at Capistrano Valley Christian the past six seasons. His CVC teams were 125-46 during his tenure. Capo Valley Christian finished 23-8 overall and tied Saddleback Vall
    Fri Apr 29, 2016
  • Fryer: JSerra basketball takes familiar path By STEVE FRYER
    In 2006, JSerra hired Brett Kay, then 26, away from Capistrano Valley Christian to coach its baseball team. That worked out well for JSerra. Kay has coached the Lions to three Trinity League championships, recently earned his 200th career coaching victory and has the team in first place in the league and at No. 1 in the
    Thu Apr 28, 2016
  • Rosters for O.C. North-South All-Star Game on Saturday
    The 51st annual Orange County North-South All-Star Basketball Games will be held Saturday at Cypress College. The girls game starts at 5 p.m. and the boys at 7 p.m. Both games are presented by the Orange Coast Optimist Club. GIRLS GAME
    Tue Apr 19, 2016
  • OCVarsity Hot Shots: All-County boys and girls basketball teams
    The Register has made its selections for the All-County boys and girls basketball teams, including the winners of the O.C. Player of the Year and O.C. Coach of the Year awards. As part of our coverage, we
    Fri Apr 01, 2016
  • All-County boys basketball team: First team By STEVE FRYER
    The Register’s All-Couny boys basketball first team. Eyassu Worku Los Alamitos, Guard, Sr.
    Fri Apr 01, 2016
  • Boys basketball player of the year: Eyassu Worku, Los Alamitos By STEVE FRYER
    His name makes a strong and immediate impression.  He plays the game of basketball the same way. Eyassu Worku s
    Fri Apr 01, 2016
  • Boys basketball coach of the year: Eddie Courtemarche, Los Alamitos By STEVE FRYER
    Los Alamitos was trailing Santa Margarita by 15 points in the third quarter of their CIF Southern California Regionals boys basketball playoff game. The Griffins did not panic. They were even a bit confide
    Fri Apr 01, 2016
  • All-County boys basketball: Second Team through Sixth Team By STEVE FRYER
    The Register’s All-County boys basketball teams. SECOND TEAM Isaac Douglass, Yorba Linda, Sr., F Sebastian Much, JSerra, Jr., F KaVaughn Scott, Orange Lutheran, Sr., C Trey Smith, Saddleback Valley Christian, Jr., G Randall Walker, Edison, Jr., G
    Fri Apr 01, 2016
  • Chino Hills ends season with high-flying (and perfect) finish By LANDON NEGRI
    SACRAMENTO – The coronation party had to wait two quarters to get going. And when it did, it was something to see. With a second half to remember, the Chino Hills boys basketball team punctuated a perfect season Saturday night, surging ahead in the third quarter and defeating De La Salle of Concord, 70-50, for the CIF State Open Di
    Sat Mar 26, 2016
  • CIF State basketball championships: Saturday's scores
    The scores from the CIF State Championship games for boys and girls basketball. CIF STATE BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPSat Sleep Train Arena, Sacramento Saturday's scores BOYS BASKETBA
    Sat Mar 26, 2016
  • Chino Hills eyes state title, perfect season BY DEVIN UGLAND
    After the Chino Hills boys basketball team executed yet another beatdown in the CIF State Southern Section Regional Finals, a fan interrupted an interview with star point guard Lonzo Ball. “I’ve been following you all year,” the man said holding out a program and a pen with the book open to a page containing a pi
    Fri Mar 25, 2016
  • Details on the O.C. All-Star Game By STEVE FRYER
    The Orange County All-Star Game for boys basketball is Wednesday at Irvine Valley College. The game is organized and managed by Open Gym Premier. Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for children ages 5-12 and for students with valid student identification.  Tip-off is 7
    Thu Mar 24, 2016
  • 2015-16 All-CIF boys basketball teams
    The All-CIF boys basketball teams. OPEN DIVISION Player of the year: Lonzo Ball, Chino Hills Coach of the year: Steve Balik, Chino Hills First team: LiAngelo Ball, Chino Hills; Eli Scott, Chino Hills; Shacquille Dawkins, Alemany; Spencer Freedman, Mater Dei; Leland Green, Redondo; Jorda
    Mon Mar 21, 2016
  • All-CIF teams By STEVE FRYER
    Los Alamitos senior Eyassu Worku and Mater Dei sophomore Spencer Freedman today were named to the All-CIF Southern Section’s Open Division team. The selections are made by the Southern California Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association. Freedman and Worku w
    Mon Mar 21, 2016
  • Boys & girls basketball regionals: Updated schedule
    The scores and updated schedule for the CIF boys and girls basketball regional and state playoffs.  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
    Thu Mar 17, 2016
  • Orange Lutheran falters at the finish By GABRIEL RIZK
    ORANGE – In the third quarter of Tuesday’s regional semifinal of the CIF Division II Southern California Regional, Orange Lutheran seemed to have found the formula for stopping visiting Riverside North. The Lancers had outscored the Huskies by six to take a lead into the fourth, and more importantly stopped North’s best
    Wed Mar 16, 2016
  • Los Alamitos misfires in loss to Long Beach Poly By STEVE FRYER
    LOS ALAMITOS – A hot season ended with a cold-shooting night for Los Alamitos. The Griffins shot 27 percent from the floor, including 2 for 21 on 3-pointers, Tuesday in a 56-39 l
    Wed Mar 16, 2016
  • Orange Lutheran falters at the finish By GABRIEL RIZK
    ORANGE – In the third quarter of Tuesday’s regional semifinal of the CIF Division II Southern California Regional, Orange Lutheran seemed to have found the formula for stopping visiting Riverside North. The Lancers had outscored the Huskies by six to take a lead into the fourth, and more importantly stopped North’s best
    Wed Mar 16, 2016
  • SVC comes up short on final shot, loses By MARK STRODER
    TEMECULA – Overtime was within reach for visiting Saddleback Valley Christian, but so were the long arms of Temecula Rancho Christian’s 6-foot-8 freshman center Isaiah Mobley. With less than one second remaining, Jon Scherer’s contested 3-point attempt from the left baseline fell short, allowing Rancho Chr
    Wed Mar 16, 2016
  • Saddleback Valley Christian falls short of reaching final By MARK STRODER
    TEMECULA – Overtime was within reach for visiting Saddleback Valley Christian, but so were the long arms of Temecula Rancho Christian’s 6-foot-8 freshman center Isaiah Mobley. With less than one second remaining, Jon Scherer’s contested 3-point attempt from the left baseline fell short, allowing Rancho Chr
    Wed Mar 16, 2016
  • SoCal Regionals schedule with ticket and TV info for games at Pyramid By STEVE FRYER
    (The following came from the CIF State office this evening ... ) 2016 CIF SoCal Basketball Championships chedule at The Pyramid/Long Beach StateSaturday, March 19
    Tue Mar 15, 2016
  • Fryer looks at today's boys basketball regional semifinals By STEVE FRYER
    Three Orange County teams are in the CIF Southern California Regionals boys basketball semifinals today. In Division II,
    Tue Mar 15, 2016
  • Basketball regionals: Tuesday & Saturday schedules
    Schedule for the boys and girls basketball Southern California Regional. BOYS BASKETBALLOPEN DIVISIONRegional semifinals, Tuesday, 7 p.m.Foothills Christian vs. Chino Hills at Colony HighCathedral/San Diego vs. Bishop Montgomery at El Camino College
    Mon Mar 14, 2016
  • Los Alamitos rallies, wins thriller with Santa Margarita By STEVE FRYER
    LOS ALAMITOS – Los Alamitos rallied from a 15-point, third-quarter deficit to defeat Santa Margarita, 64-59, Saturday in a CIF Southern California Regionals Division II quarterfinals pla
    Sat Mar 12, 2016
  • Schea Cotton sharing his story about the dangers of being a basketball prodigy By JANIS CARR
    They were always there, unrecognizable faces that hung around after every sold-out basketball game. They wanted to talk, listen. They wanted to be close to the action, close to greatness. They were fans, agents, recruiters and corporate types, all with the same desire. They all wanted a piece of a young Schea Cotton. It didn&rsqu
    Sat Mar 12, 2016