The Central Grizzlies are the 3-peat Valley Champions!

Valley Champions the last 10 years
2008 Clovis East beat Clovis West 60-56
2009 Edison beat Central 66-65
2010 Clovis East beat Buchanan 71-52
2011 Bullard beat Clovis West 54-51
2012 Bullard beat Clovis West 69-55
2013 Bullard beat Clovis West 66-53
2014 Edison beat Bullard 58-41
2015 Edison beat Bullard 54-46
2016 Central beat Clovis North 77-64
2017 Central beat Bakersfield 69-58
2018 Central beat Bullard 79-77


Pag Meter Division 1 Boys Basketball Final Rankings

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Division 1 Playoff Bracket
The CIF and coaches did a good job in division 1 Playoffs. Almost agreed with the Pag Meter
1st round results
Top bracket
No 1 Clovis West Bye
No 9 Sunnyside beat No 8 Buchanan 68-58

No 5 Central beat No 12 Stockdale 108-63
No 4 Liberty Bakersfield beat No 13 Clovis East 57-55

Bottom bracket
No 3 Bakersfield beat No 14 Clovis 76-62
No 6 Edison beat No 11 Ridgeview 72-64

No 7 Clovis North beat No 10 Centennial 78-70
No 2 Bullard Bye

Quarterfinal Results

No 9 Sunnyside beat No 1 Clovis West 70-56 

No 5 Central beat No 4 Liberty-Bakersfield 71-69

No 3 Bakersfield beat No 6 Edison 61-53 

No 2 Bullard beat No 7 Clovis North 70-61


No 5 Central Grizzlies beat No 9 Sunnyside 81-78 OT
Sunnyside scoring, Amari Stroud 33, Jalen Shotwell 24, Deandre Morehead 10, Breaun Heights 5, C.J. Ayers 4, Antonio Maldonado 2

Central: Cash Williams 21, Cam’Ron Wilson 21, Jahmai Bartley 19, Uriah Carter 12, Avery Boyd 4, Justice Cole 2, Kyler Van Grouw 2

No 2 Bullard Knights beat No 3 Bakersfield Drillers 58-55

The Valley Championship game is at 8pm Saturday at Selland Arena

No 5 Central Grizzlies vs No 2 Bullard Knights (Pag Meter line Central -2)

Final No 5 Central Grizzlies beat No 2 Bullard Knights 79-77

The Central Grizzlies are the Valley Champions!

State Boys Basketball state playoffs Division 1

Divison 1 Boys (Northern)

No 1 Heritage-Brentwood 71 No 16 Bullard 67

No 12 Central 73 No 5 St Francis-Mountain View 72

No 13 Menlo-Atherton beat No 12 Central 64-56

Division 1 (Southern)

No 3 Crespi 72 No 14 Bakersfield Drillers 53

Divison 2 Boys (Northern)

No 2 St. Mary’s-Stockton 62 No 15 Sunnyside Wildcats 59



No 1 Central Grizzles (25-8) (6-4 TRAC)  VALLEY CHAMPIONS!                                     Won the Morro Bay Tournament. Leading the way are seniors Cam’ron Wilson, Cash Williams, Devin Ghelardo and junior Jahmai Bartley. 

No 2 Bullard Knights (22-10) (7-3 CMAC) The Knights return plenty from last year with Teiquan Rush and Andrew Parker. The Knights can beat anybody in the valley and lose to anybody in the valley.

No 3 Sunnyside (20-12) (10-0 NYL CHAMPIONS) 6’10 Amari Stroud is the biggest guard/forward around who loves to shoot the 3’s and play point guard. 

No 4 Bakersfield Drillers (21-8) (9-1 SWYL CHAMPIONS) Winner of the Lloyd Williams/KSFCU Shootout. The Drillers come in with another fast team and leading the way is one of the best players in the valley with 6’6 Ronnie Stapp along with R.J. Banks,Tahj Wright and Gabriel Esquivel.

No 5 Clovis West Golden Eagles (26-4) (9-1 TRAC CHAMPIONS)  Winner of the Rocklin and Clovis West Nike Tournament. The Golden Eagles are deep and will lead with seniors Josiah De La Cerda, Germaun Nutt, Eseosa Ogbeide, Fernando Guardado, and Brandon Recek. Super freshman Cole Anderson already with 3 offers (Fresno State, USF and San Diego State) plays like a senior. Dante Chachere and Nick Coleman come off the football field and are good. 

No 6 Liberty Patriots (23-5) (8-2 SWYL) The Patriots bring back a very good shooting team with Isaiah Hill, Kadar Waller who is one of the top point guards around and big Javier Gallardo will be very good inside for the Patriots. (Transfer from Chavez). The Patriots could be the sleeper team.

No 7 Edison Tigers (22-9) (7-3 CMAC) The Tigers are always dangerous. Teyjohn Herrington, Asrin Hacket and James Hannah must lead this team with some young players. You better bring your A game when you play the Tigers. The Tigers lost 2 games in the Clovis West Nike Tournament at the Horn!!

No 8 Clovis North Broncos (15-14) (5-5 TRAC) The Broncos are young and will only get better with junior Stephen Perry and 6’6 sophomore Terri Miller.

No 9 Buchanan Bears (15-15) (6-4 TRAC)  The Bears are one of the tallest teams in the valley with 6’9 senior Spencer Heimerdinger and 6’5 junior Jonah Crumpton-Murray. Keep an eye on sophomore point guard Charlie Barnes. The Bears are a very streaky team. When they play hard, they are good.

No 10 Clovis East (11-16) (2-8 TRAC) Always one of the best coached teams in the valley

No 11 Centennial Golden Hawks (20-9) (6-4 SWYL)  Could be the sleeper if they play defense with seniors Will Alexander, Justin Greiner and Christian Portis.

No 12 Ridgeview Wolf Pack (15-13) (9-1 SYL CHAMPIONS) The Wolf Pack last year had the best team on the Pag Meter and is now in Division 1. Leading the way will be seniors L.J. Zeigler, Rohan Burch, Harold Hartdige, Shawn Gementera and Nick Edwards.

No 13 Stockdale (13-13) (5-5 SWYL) If the Mustangs 3 point shooting is on…watch out with Bryce Jackson, Lawrence Duru, Shaan Braich and Alejandro Murillo.

No 14 Clovis (14-14) (2-8 TRAC) Cory Fischer is the new head coach. Leading the way are seniors Anthony Martinez and Caleb Malalis.



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