William Pallesi and the Selma Bears are now in division 2
Division 2 Pag Meter Rankings
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Pag Meter notes-The big news is Memorial Panthers Dameane Douglas sprained his ankle real bad on Friday night in the Clovis West Nike Tournament. The good news is, it’s not broken. X-Rays are coming to see if they are any torn ligaments. Stay tuned. Without Douglas, the Panthers are a completely different team.
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The Fresno High Warriors will have to forfeit 12 wins during the non league season. The Warriors have until Friday to appeal.
Division 2 Playoff Bracket
The CIF and coaches did a good job in the division 2 Playoff bracket. Pag Meter had Lemoore at the No 10 seed over Fresno High because Lemoore got the win in a forfeit game.
Tuesday 1st round
No 1 Memorial Bye
No 9 Porterville at No 8 Roosevelt
No 12 El Diamante at No 5 Monache
No 4 Redwood Bye
No 3 Selma Bye
No 11 Lemoore at No 6 Tulare Union
No 10 Fresno High at No 7 Independence
No 2 Hanford Bye
PAG METER DIVISION 2 RANKINGS
No 1 Memorial Panthers (22-6) (9-1 CMAC Champions) The Modesto Christian Tournament Champions! The Panthers will lead with Jalen Green, and senior transfer Hanford West Dameane Douglas (verbally committed to play for Loyola Marymount) is back from a sprained ankle. Justin Huelskamp and Jonah Geron are outstanding shooters. Point guard Lunden Taylor is the X factor.
No 2 Hanford Bullpups (21-7) (9-3 CO-WYL Champions) Always very athletic. Coach Brad Felder has won 504 career games
No 3 Selma Bears (19-9) (9-1 CSL Champions) The defending 3 champions had to move up to division 2. Only 3 teams in California won 30 games and the Bears were one of the teams last year. Leading the Bears will be Junior Ramirez, William Pallesi. Tiveon Stroud is back playing. Selma should be in division 3!
No 4 Redwood Rangers (19-8) (9-3 CO-WYL Champions) Senior Ryzek McRoberts leads the Rangers
No 5 Monache Marauders (17-11) (7-3 CO-EYL Champions) Seniors Jlen Sims, Marlon Johnson and Chirrag Sidhu will have the Marauders battling in the EYL.
No 6 Tulare Union (18-10) (6-4 EYL) Jayden Cain, TyJae Breshers and Malachi Monitz lead the way until football season ends. Coach Mark Hatton has now won 505 career games. Congratulations!!!
No 7 Independence Falcons (16-11) (7-3 SYL) Seniors Lance Henderson, Jalen Kellams, junior Elijah Carter, and sophomore Josh Codaman lead the Falcons.
No 8 Roosevelt Rough Riders (19-7) (7-3 NYL) Winner of the Kerman and Mendota Tournaments. Nico Thomas Jason Gaines lead the way.
No 9 Porterville Panthers (15-13) (5-5 EYL) Moves up to division 2
No 10 Lemoore Tigers (15-11) (6-6 WYL) Senior Bryce Hernandez and Joemyl Ragunton are back for the Tigers along with juniors Daniel Charleston and Jayden Jones.
No 11 Fresno High Warriors (7-21) (6-4 NYL) The Warriors had to forfeit 12 wins in non league games.
No 12 El Diamante Miners (11-16) (6-6 WYL) Will be young and improving everyday
No 13 Mission Oak Hawks (12-16) (3-7 EYL) Leading the Hawks will be Arshdeep Thandi, Eric Hernandez and Seth Logan.
No 14 Hanford West Huskies (8-19) (2-10 WYL) Seniors Wade Beasley, Seddrickk Perez and junior Desmond Howard lead the Huskies.