The division 3 Champion Selma Bears are now in division 2 and the division 4 champion Immanuel Eagles are now in division 3.
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Pag Meter notes-Division 3 has some red hot teams with Sanger. Dinuba. Mt Whitney Tulare Western and West.
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Division 3 Playoff notes-
The Sanger Apaches will get the No 1 seed. Tulare Western beat Immanuel and will get the No 2 seed.
Mt Whitney beat Dinuba and should get the No 4 seed. Where to put Frontier and Garces who had to play in the tough SWYL? Pag Meter has Frontier hosting Garces.
Division 3 Playoff Bracket
The CIF?Coaches were spot on with the Pag Meter in the Playoff Bracket.
Tuesday 1st round
No 1 Sanger Bye
No 9 Garces at No 8 Frontier
No 12 Delano at No 5 Dinuba
No 13 East Bakersfield at No 4 Mt Whitney
No 3 Immanuel Bye
No 11 North at No 6 West
No 10 Shafter at No 7 McLane
No 2 Tulare Western Bye
Division 3 Pag Meter Rankings
No 1 Sanger Apaches (18-10) (4-6 CMAC) Winner of the HIT Tournament. Got to Selland Arena last year and wants to finish this year.
No 2 Tulare Western Mustangs (21-6) (7-3 CO-EYL Champions) Winner of the Tulare Kiwanis Holiday Classic. Guard Bryan Paredes is back after averaging 22 PPG. Forward Deeandre Hulett is also back 15.7 PPG. Other key returners Marlon Benson, Ira Porchia and Anthony Cervantes. Key additions for this year are freshmen Guard Mikey Ficher and sophomore Tyce Griswold.
No 3 Immanuel Eagles (17-11) (8-2 CSL) The Eagles move up to division 3 and probably a year too late. Senior Nate Kendricks who has verbally committed to play for the Fresno Pacific Sunbirds leads the valley averaging 35 points per game. Junior 6’9 Gavin Lloyd is big in the middle. Keep an eye on junior Jordan Rodriguez because he can shoot! Beat Dinuba twice
No 4 Mt Whitney Pioneers (18-10) (8-4 WYL) The Pioneers will be very good and leading the way is Jaedyn Pineda, John Hadley Bo Larsen and Anthony Valencia. Beat Dinuba
No 5 Dinuba Emperors (19-8) (6-4 CSL) Seniors Nate Carrion, Arnel Bergonia, and sophomore Josh Magana lead the Emperors.
No 6 West Vikings (16-9) (6-3 SYL) If the Vikings play defense, watch out because the offense is good. The Vikings have RJ Sartin, Donta Mason, Oscar Gonzales, Chaun Davis, Aaron Porter, De’jahn Wells, and Adrian Daniels.
No 7 McLane Highlanders (17-11) (5-5 NYL) Senior Daizah Hannah leads the Highlanders
No 8 Frontier Titans (12-15) (1-9 SWYL) Leading the Titans will be Osvaldo Samano, Harman Singh, Lucas Murray, Noah McNaughton and Jaziah Bryson.
No 9 Garces Rams (9-17) (1-9 SWYL) Very young this year and plays great team basketball. Leading the way will be freshman’s Izaac Martinez, J.J. Uphold and Junior Sam Sakowski.
No 10 Shafter Generals (17-9) (8-4 SSL) The Generals will compete in the South Sequoia with Antonio Ramirez, Josh Mejia, Steve Anaya, Miguel Maldonado, Daniel Baca, Eric Caballero, and Juan Vasquez.
No 11 North Stars (12-16) (4-4 SEYL) Shannon Ferguson leads the Stars averaging 15 PPG. , Justin Calley 7 PPG, Larry Atkerson 8 PPG and James Johnson 9 PPG.
No 12 Delano Tigers (11-16) (2-8 EYL) Seniors Angel Gonzalez is averaging 23 PPG, Gera Carranza 15 PPG, and Leo Zepeda 10 PPG.
No 13 East Bakersfield Blades (9-16) (4-6 SYL) Seniors David Ceja, Sebastian Marin, Adrian
No 14 South Rebels (11-16) (3-5 SEYL) Will not enter the tournament
No 15 Golden West Trailblazers (9-18) (2-9 WYL) Will not enter the tournament
No 16 Golden Valley Bulldogs (9-17) (2-7 SYL) Will not enter the tournament
No 17 Madera Coyotes (9-17) (1-9 CMAC) Will not enter the tournament
No 18 Tehachapi Warriors (8-18) (2-8 SYL) Will not enter the tournament
No 19 Cesar Chavez (10-18) (5-7 SSL) Will not enter the tournament
No 20 Hoover Patriots (5-23) (1-9 NYL) Will not enter the tournament