California Team Rankings; Top 25; 11-15 Top Schools
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We put together a Top 25 California Schools Rankings this edition to show our strength as well as some of the California teams being ranked in the National Top 25 schools in the country. I do not care what anyone…
We put together a Top 25 California Schools Rankings this edition to show our strength as well as some of the California teams being ranked in the National Top 25 schools in the country. I do not care what anyone has to say about Cali, but when a coach needs a player that is smooth, can score and is a complete player, where do they come, Yep, it is California. We have some of the best talent in the country in this state, that is undeniable to anyone who believes different.
#11: St. Marys HS (26-10) Overall; (10-0) in Tri-City Athletic League; 2023 CIF State Dvision I Finalist
St. Marys of Stockton has always been a basketball power and they have great leadership and it has always been something that keeps them in the limelight of the basketball world. They host a great tournament in the MLK Classic each year that brings some of the basketball elite to the venue to play and see where they stand in the arena. St. Marys has a few high D1 prospects on their roster and they are always in contention of winning a championship and finishing in the top portion of their league.
Seniors: Alanis Sulivan,
Juniors: , Theresa Gotico, Victory Bragg, Kylie Limbrick and Natalie Munoz
Sophomores: Mia Jamias, Presley DaCruz and Evelini Smith
Freshman: and Ava Perez
#12: Sage Hill HS (21-10) Overall; (6-0) in Pacific Coast League; 2023 CIF State Regional Open Division Finalist
Sage Hill has been performing well better and better each year they have been in contention for a title in the CIF Playoffs and Championships. They lost to Mater Dei their last game, but they played hard and made Mater Dei put them away, they have been on their game for the past 3 to 4 serasons. Some teams have even said they would not want to play them in the near future as they become more seasoned and experienced at the game, expect them to make some waves this season in the Playoffs.
Juniors: Grace Bori and Dunia Al-Khatib
Sophomores: and Alyssa Cuff
Freshman: Finley Callero, Audrey Reynolds and Kamdym Klamberg
#13: Corona Santiago HS (25-10) Overall; (10-0) in Big VIII League; 2023 CIFSS Division I Finalist
Santiago is a young team and they have worked and developed into a basketball power in Riverside County and in California. They are coming off a Big VIII League championship and a CIF Division I Finalist loss to Oakland Tech. They have developed their girls into a championship caliber team and they are not gonna do anything short of repeating as the Big VIII champion and go even deeper this year in the playoffs. I have watched these girls for some time and they are tough and skilled, it is their time.
Juniors: Venezia Perez, , Makenzie Araujo and
Sophomores: Aleyah DeJesus, Lyric Green, Kayla Panunzio and Tamia Ware
#14: San Ramon Valley HS (28-5) Overall; (10-0) in East Bay League
Seniors: Tera Chen,
Juniors: Sienah Alexander and Ava Horrocks
Sophomores: Rachel Setiawan
San Ramon Valley is an East Bay League Champion and they are worthy of this #14 spot in California, because they are well coached and are some good skilled kids that know how to play the game. This team is devising a way to get back to the playoffs and championships, they are a little short staffed and hope this season that they add some more depth to the team that will allow them to go deeper into the playoffs.
#15: Clovis HS (27-7) Overall; (9-1) in Tri-Rivers League
Seniors: Deja Lee and Kaya Semien
Sophomores: Jaylyn Jasso, Taylor Neal-Larkin, and Yazmin Aguilera