Must See TV

Sierra Canyon vs Corona Centennial 530pm Sierra Canyon High Sierra Canyon pushes the rock like no other team in Southern California.  With high flying acts of Stanley and Kmart Jr., you sure get your money's worth.  Each year, Corona Centennial continues to come out and play, willing and ready to step their game up, displaying... Continue Reading →

Girls Open Division Preview

1 Harvard Westlake vs 8 Serra 2 Windward vs 7 Bishop Montgomery 3 Mater Dei vs Ribet Academy 4 Sierra Canyon vs 5 Etiwanda Games played 7pm Lower Seed Saturday Feb.17, 2018 Harvard Westlake vs Serra Harvard Westlake High 7pm Harvard Westlake Wolverines Head Coach Melissa Hearlihy (700+ victories) #4 State, #9 National (Maxpreps) 24-4... Continue Reading →

Marquee Match-ups

January 19, 2018 Boys and Girls Hoops Girls Hoops Windward vs Sierra Canyon Sierra Canyon High 530p Two of the three top teams in Socal, on the girls side of the CA HS Hoops arena, square off for bragging rights and CIF positioning for Open Division Seeding.  It should go down to the wire, allowing... Continue Reading →

Girls Top 20

As of January 15, 2018 Popscout Girls Top 20 Stud Muffin Division 1. Windward  - Charisma continues to shine 2. Harvard Westlake  - Twin super powers took a hit against El Camino 3. Sierra Canyon - So PG Vanesssa De Jesus will add a spark to their back court 4. Ribet Academy - 6'9 Andrea... Continue Reading →

Marquee Matchups

Got a few barn burners on the girls side of the arena. Got out and get your cheer on you feel me. Home Team is Bold Mater Dei vs Santa Margarita 4pm El Camino Real vs Harvard Westlake 530p Hart vs Granada Hills Charter 6p West vs Bishop Montgomery 6p Serra vs Chaminade 6p JSerra... Continue Reading →

Ryann Payne is Special

It takes a few games for PopScout to determine whether or not a player is special.  After seeing Ryann Payne go to work against Granada Hills Charter Thursday evening during the Sierra canyon Invitational Tourney, it's safe to say that we have a true Stud-muffin on our hands. Sierra Canyon was able to hold off... Continue Reading →

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