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2018 ALL NORCAL GAMES RECAP

2018 Event Recap

The 2nd Annual All NorCal Games took place April 1st, 2018 at Las Positas College in Livemore, CA.  With 5 games, 8 total events and over 120 participants from Bakersfield to Chico, covering 400 miles, we are proud to call it the Largest All-Star Event for High School Boys & Girls Basketball on the West Coast!  An exciting day with competitive games, including a buzzer beater and an overtime game, we feel this event is unique and memorable for all those involved.  Each game has it's own homepage, but here is a recap of this year's event!


Middle School All-Star Game

Our newest addition to the All NorCal Games was the boys Middle School All-Star Game. Featuring 20 players from Northern California we were excited to give this group of youngsters a platform to showcase the future of NorCal Basketball.

The Blue Team was victorious over Gold by a score of 87-80.

King-Jhsanni Wilhite, a seventh-grader from Aptos Middle School in San Francisco, made his first four 3-point shots from deep.  He finished with a game high 28 points and three assists.

Ronald Jones Jr. added a huge double-double. The 6-4 eighth-grader from Bay Technology School in Oakland had 17 points and 24 rebounds with three assists and three blocks.  To add to his impressive game he was also 7-of-8 from the free-throw line.

Wilhite was named the Player of the Game while Jones Jr. was the Defensive Player of the Game.

Boys Middle School All-Star Game 2018 Homepage

Video, Photos, Statistics, Rosters and more!

Prep 2 Prep Feature

Article by Harold Abend


NCSTV Live Post Game Press Conference

King-Jhsanni Wilhite & Ronald Jones Jr.    -photo courtesy of Prep 2 Prep

King-Jhsanni Wilhite & Ronald Jones Jr.


Girls Central Valley vs South Valley All-Star Game

The South Valley took it's only lead by starting the game 3-0, but it was all Central Valley the rest of the way with a 93-49 victory in favor of the ladies from the San Joaquin & Stanislaus Counties.

Aquira DeCosta of St. Mary's (Stockton) and Baylor-bound McDonald's All-American showed her versatility with 10 points, 13 rebounds, 7 assists, 4 steals and 4 blocks.  With such a dominating all-around performance, DeCosta was an easy choice for Player of the Game.

Ariel Johnson, another St. Mary's product and future Florida Gator earned Defensive Player of the Game after going for 13 points and six rebounds.  Another St. Mary's product and Princeton-bound standout, Neenah Young led all scorers with 15.

San Jose State-bound Raziya Potter from Kimball-Tracy and UOP-bound Kaylin Randhawa of Pitman-Turlock each added 11 points. 

Krystale Gutiérrez  led the South Valley in team highs with 9 points and 6 rebounds.

Girls Central Valley vs South Valley 2018 Homepage

Video, Photos, Statistics, Rosters and more!

Prep 2 Prep Feature

Article by Harold Abend


NCSTV Live Post Game Press Conference

Aquira DeCosta - SF City Cats Player of the Game

Aquira DeCosta - SF City Cats Player of the Game


Ariel Johnson - Defensive Player of the Game

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