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2018 ALL NORCAL GAMES NOMINATIONS

We are accepting nominations for the 2018 All NorCal Games!  Nominations are only accepted from High School Head Coaches, Athletic Directors & Official Members of the Media. 

NOMINATION LINK 

*This year's event will have a 2nd Girls game, and an 8th Grade All-Star Game for both boys & girls.

Bay Area putting on the Full Court press in a game that went down to the wire vs Sac

2017 EVENT RECAP

The NorCal Sports TV family is extremely satisfied with our 1st Annual All NorCal Games Event held on 4/2/17 @ Las Positas College. All 4 games were competitive with a couple going down to the final possession! Below are the links to the game stats. Full game replays are available on our website as well. Will have photos and game highlights up soon. Games consisted of 10 minute quarters to provide enough playing time and action for everyone. Thanks for all those who came out.

GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL EAST VS WEST 
West wins 89-83 in a game displaying incredible skill level!  It was a joy to watch such skilled and competitive young ladies out there showing why they have all had successful high school careers and moving onto the highest levels of college hoops.
Player of the Game
IImar'I Thomas of Sacred Hearth Cathedral & University of Cincinnati signee
Thomas finished with 14 points, 14 rebounds,3 steals, 1 assist & 1 block.

Defensive Player of the Game 
Carolyn Gill of St. Mary's-Albany & CSU Fullerton signee
Gill was solid all around with 13 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists & 3 steals

Full Game stats can be found here


BOYS CENTRAL VALLEY VS SOUTH VALLEY
South Valley wins 112-104 with a dynamic duo from Ridgeview High in Bakersfield leading the way.
Player of the Game
Justin McCall of Ridgeview High & Cal State Bakersfield signee
McCall was dominant all-around with 26 points, 6 rebounds & 3 assists

Defensive Player of the Game
Jordan Roberts of Ridgeview High & Long Beach State signee
Roberts was also a dominant force, with 21 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals & 1 block

Full Game stats can be found here


BOYS BAY AREA VS SAC
This one went down to the wire. With the Bay Area starting out with a double digit lead it looked like the game could get away from Sac. But in a game full of big runs on both ends the game never seemed out of reach for either squad. In the end Sac was victorious 108-106
Player of the Game
Tyrell Roberts of Woodcreek High & currently unsigned
Roberts was very impressive with his shooting and Curry-like moves off the dribble. He ended the game 16 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists. His spark in the 2nd half seemed to really get Sac going.
Defensive Player of the Game
Drew Cobb of Sheldon High & currently unsigned
Cobb showed why he is one of the top available players in Northern California with 14 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists & 2 steals.

Full Game stats available here


SLAM DUNK CONTEST
Larry Wickett formerly of Contra Costa College won in impressive fashion over some tough competition. We decided to keep the high school underclassman out of this contest due to uncertainties with CIF rules. The remaining field of 6 put on an impressive show.


MEN JC NORTH VS SOUTH 
Another game that went down to the final second. JC North & South put on a 'March Madness' type of performance with each team making big buckets on multiple possessions in the final minutes. In the end JC South squeaked out a victory 109-108. Tyrell Alcorn led all scorers with 22, including 6 three-pointers, but it wasn't enough to put the North over the top.  The skill level, size and athleticism of this group was amazing to watch and was a great way to finish up the event.
Player of the Game
Zach Copeland of CCSF & currently unsigned showed how he is a big shot maker down the stretch with a huge 3 to put the South up by 2 with a minute left. 
Copeland finished with 18 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 steals.
Defensive Player of the Game
Donald Mims of Las Positas College & currently unsigned.
The 7 footer made things difficult most of the night for the South. Mims finished with 8 points and 3 blocks.  KJ Duronslet also deserved consideration in this area as he worked hard on both ends of the floor with 17 points, 10 rebounds, 1 assist and 4 blocks to represent Sacramento City College on the JC North Team.

Full Game stats available here