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Boys Stan-Joaquin vs Central Section All-Stars

Arguably the most exciting game of the day, this game between Central Valley foes went down to the final possession!   

Determined to take the all-time series lead the Central Section All-Stars came out strong to take a 51-39 halftime lead over the boys representing the Stanislaus and San Joaquin county regions.   Stan-Joaquin (aka Team 209) would start chipping away by outscoring the Central Section 25-23 in the 3rd quarter.   But it would take a huge 4th quarter to pullout the win, and that is exactly what the Stan-Joaquin boys coached by Chris Teevan had in store.   After outscoring their rivals from the South by nine in the first 9 minutes in 50 seconds in the 4th, Domonick Victor would hit a contested 17 footer to give the boys from the 209 the lead.   With ten seconds remaining Kadar Waller would push the ball the length of the court but his final attempt was contested by multiple defenders and time would run out for the Central Section.  When the dust settled, Stan-Joaquin would escape with a 96-95 victory!

UC Davis-bound Aaron Murphy of Modesto Christian earned Str8 Sports Player of the Game honors with 17 points and 9 rebounds for Stan-Joaquin.   Jaylin Reed, who missed most of his senior year at Lodi High due to injury, came back to form and added 15 points.   USF-bound Isaiah Hawthorne of Tracy High added a solid 13 point and 8 rebounds.  Dailen Victor also added 10 to a team that had nine players score 7 or more. 

UTSA-bound Makani Whiteside of Liberty High in Madera earned Defensive Player of the Game honors, as his energy and competitiveness was unmatched.  Whiteside also added 14 points and got to the free-throw line 11 times.   Leading all scorers was Tulsa-bound Isaiah Hill of Liberty High in Bakersfield who added 29 on 10-15 shooting.  Kadar Waller was the third player in double-figures for the Central Section with 10 points.  

Other notes:  Stan-Joaquin shot a dismal 4-24 from beyond the arc, compared to 9-32 from the Central Valley.  The rebound margin, including 23 offensive boards gave the Stan-Joaquin All-Stars 9 more shot attempts on the night, which was crucial in a 1 point victory. 

Stan-Joaquin has won in consecutive years to bring the all-time series to 2-1 in their favor. 

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Stan-Joaquin now leads the All-Time Series 2-1

The All NorCal Games had a nomination process from April 1 - December 31, 2018.  Players are nominated by Coaches, Athletic Directors & Members of the Media.  Rosters were finalized in January 2019. We are proud to present the players selected and committed to the 2019 event!


Dailen Victor SG/SF 5' 11" 180 Caesar Chavez
Dominick Dancer PG 6' 0" 150 Beyer
Trevon O'Neal PG 6' 1" 175 Freedom
Keenami Maggard G/F 6' 3" 205 Mountain House
Domonick Victor SG/SF 6' 4" 185 Manteca
Jonah Crumpton-Murray PG 6' 4" 187 Ascending Life Prep
Jaylin Reed PG/SG 6' 5" 180 Lodi
Kainoa Ballungay SF 6' 6" 195 John C. Kimball CSU Stanislaus
Aaron Murphy PF 6' 7" 209 Modesto Christian UC Davis
Bryce Johnson F 6' 7" 210 St. Mary's
Isaiah Hawthorne G/F 6' 8" 186 Tracy University of the Pacific
*Vincent Olmo C 6' 8" 275 Ripon
Cade Alger SF 6' 9" 190 Ripon Christian
Coach Chris Teevan Weston Ranch


Stephen Perry PG 5' 10" 175 Clovis North
Isaiah Hill PG 5' 11" 160 Liberty - Bakersfield University of Tulsa
Kadar Waller G 5' 11" 170 Bakersfield Christian
Cameron Stanley PG 6' 0" 220 Sanger
Grayson Carper SG 6' 4" 175 Clovis West
Jacob Shubin SF/PF 6' 4" 180 Kerman
Makani Whiteside PG 6' 4" 180 Liberty - Madera UTSA
Justin Huelskamp G 6' 4" 180 San Joaquin Memorial
Teiquan Rush SF 6' 6" 203 Bullard
Justice Cole F 6' 6" 200 Central East
Isaiah Hughes SF/PF 6' 7" 185 Garces Memorial
Sebastian Reynoso SF 6' 9" 195 Alisal
Coach Johnny Gonzales Liberty - Madera