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HONOR ROLL (MAX PREPS STYLE)—BOYS

by / Wednesday, 06 January 2016 / Published in News

The month of December is a tough month for high school basketball.

Actually it is great for the kids, because most of them have the weekends set up with Holiday Tournaments.

What is tough is following things. It can be overwhelming. The games play at all hours of the day or night with up to 40 different games and that is just the Boys. Double that when including the Girls and that doesn’t even include the SRJC teams.

During the football season we had a feature called the honor roll. Well frankly there was just too much going on to keep track. So here is an overview of the first month of the high school basketball season. We are sorry if some are missing, but this is straight from the teams that post their stats on Max Preps. They make things easy.

It should be easier (maybe) as the league races kicking in.

As far as help goes, YSN365.com is always looking for help to cover the games. If you follow games and want to help us report on them via our Facebook page, let us know.

This information doesn’t include Tuesday night.

W TUCKER

Brent Tucker slashes to the hoop for top ranked Windsor

NORTH BAY LEAGUE
Most of the teams in the league don’t touch Max Preps. There is only one team that has reported all of its games and that is Rancho Cotate.

Alec Wong (Rancho Cotate)…The senior has played in every game and is averaging 6.4 a game. He scored a season high 14 in the team’s only win, which was a 53-48 win over Eureka in the seventh place game of the Sonoma County Classic.  He also scored 12 in a 56-46 loss to Elsie Allen.

Ukiah is trying, but ran out of gas before the holidays. Eight of their twelve games are reported.

Heck that is close enough for the moment.

Nate Hale (Ukiah)…Is the team’s leading scorer at 12.8 a game. In seven of the eight games reported he scored in double figures.

SONOMA COUNTY LEAGUE
Three teams are reporting, including two teams that have the league’s best record.

Aiden Toner-Rogers (Analy)…He is averaging 16.1 a game. He scored 31 in a 66-61 loss to Miramonte in the first round of the Brett Callan Memorial Tournament and has scored at least 20 points in five games.

Juan Aguilar (Healdsburg)…Is averaging a double-double…13 points and 11 rebounds. He missed the first three games and has scored in double figures in seven of eight since. He has had double double in five games, including the last four.

Max Gustafson (Sonoma Valley)…The sophomore is averaging 11.8 a game. His high is 26 and he had 17 point, 16 rebounds in a 56-54 win over Franklin. He is shooting 45% from three point range on the season.

NCL I
Half of the eight team league has its stats posted.

Nick Pfann (Kelseyville)…He is averaging 14.7 a game and scored in double figures in the first eight games, including scoring 23 twice. In one of the 23 point games, he also had eight rebounds and six steals in a 62-48 win over Technology. Kelseyville is 10-2 on the year and is No. 7 in the YSN365.com rankings.

Tanner Hutton (Clear Lake)…The sophomore is averaging 14.3 a game. He has a 32 point game in a win over Elsie Allen, hitting 12 of 18 from the field which included 6 of 8 from three point range. Hutton is one of three players on the team averaging over 13 points a game. Clear Lake is 8-4 on the season.

Ryan Hosford (Willits)…Averaging 13.3 a game and had a 32 point game in a win over Buckingham Charter. He has scored in double figures in four of the last six games and scored a combined 17 in the other two.

Marlon Jones and Hokulani Wickard (Lower Lake)…They are both on the same line because they are tied in leading Lower Lake in scoring at 11.6 a game. Jones is a junior and had two games with 24 points. Wickard is a sophomore and has scored in double figures in seven of ten games.

NCL II
The only team that has at least half of its games posted is Upper Lake. One other team has under half of its games posted.

Isaac Neverez (Upper Lake)…The senior is averaging 19.4 a game and has scored in double figures in each game. He scored 34 points in a 72-64 win over Laytonville. On the season he is shooting 26% from three point range. In the win over Laytonville he was on fire hitting 5 of 7. The 19.4 gives him the honor of the leading scorer in the area who reports to Max Preps.

Upper Lake is 7-3, which is tied for the best record in the league.

NCL III
Mendocino is the only team of the eight team league who post. They also have the best record in the league at 9-5.

Savion Cook, Mendocino…The senior just misses averaging a double-double. He is scoring at 12.7 and averages 9.3 rebounds a game. He has six games with a double-double
SMALL SCHOOL BRIDGE
This is a ten team league with four local teams. Three of them report, which is the best percentage of any league.

Jordan Lee (Rio Lindo Adventist)…Averaging 14.9 a game and has scored in double figures in every game. Lee is one of three players on the team averaging over 13.0 a game. Rio Lindo Adventist is 6-1 on the season.

Dakota Woltering (Archbishop Hanna)…Team leading scorer at 15.5 points a game. He hit the 30 point mark once and also is averaging eight rebounds a game. Archbishop Hanna is 9-2 overall and 3-0 in league play.

Stav Redlich (Summerfield Waldorf)…He averages 15 points a game. He has scored in double figures in all but two games. Scored 26 in a 56-49 win over Technology.

League Note…Cornerstone Christian is 6-0 overall and 4-0 in league play. They have two players averaging over 20 points a game.

OVERVIEW
There are 42 local teams. Fourteen of them post at Max Preps. That is an average of .333. You’d be pretty rich if you had that average in baseball.

A Girls page like this will be coming soon.

My email address is jacpasquini@comcast.net

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