PAG METER DIVISION 5 GIRLS BASKETBALL RANKINGS 2019

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PAG METER DIVISION 5 GIRLS BASKETBALL RANKINGS
Recap from the 2018 Section Championship game
Chowchilla Tribe beat Firebaugh Eagles 49-41

The Division 5 last 10 year winners
2008 Mission Prep beat Fresno Christian 66-61
2009 Coast beat Fresno Christian 44-42
2010 Fresno Christian beat CVC 49-40
2011 CVC beat Kings Christian 80-35
2012 CVC beat Kings Christian 51-35
2013 Immanuel beat Kings Christian 58-32
2014 Immanuel beat Kern Valley 61-38
2015 Caruthers beat Kern Valley 45-41
2016 Caruthers beat Memorial 46-39
2017 Memorial beat Bakersfield Christian 59-45
2018 Chowchilla beat Firebaugh 49-41
THE ROAD TO SELLAND ARENA
Division 5 Section Championship 2pm Friday 22
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CARUTHERS BLUE RAIDERS ARE THE TEAM TO BEAT

DIVISION 5 RANKINGS
1 CARUTHERS BLUE RAIDERS (15-4) (5-0 WSL)
The Blue Raiders are the team to beat and return plenty. Senior Felicia (Fish) Ramirez, is a 4-year starter with Cal Poly, UTSA, William Jessup, and Whitman University showing interest. Senior Jaque Magana, 4- year starter with Northern Colorado, William Jessup and San Diego Christian showing interest. Sophomore Mikayla Duran started last year. A star is born with freshman and future college player Anna Marshall.
Sophomore Jackie Kulow, is now eligible after transferring from Sanger that averaged 14.0 ppg as Freshman

 

 

 

 

 

2 CHOWCHILLA TRIBE (16-4) (2-1 NSL)
The Tribe are the defending Champions. Senior leaders are back with Adriana Felsinger, Priscilla Foster, Sam Rico and sophomore star Hannah Stockton. Last year they got hot in the 2nd half

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 EAST BLADES (11-8) (1-2 SEYL)
Leading the Blades will be junior Kanyah Patterson who is averaging 20 ppg and senior Jackie Mejorado with 14 ppg

 

 

 

 

 
4 KERN VALLEY BRONCS (13-3) (7-0 HDL)
The Broncs could be playing at Selland. Leading the way with last year’s Pag Meter All Star is senior Hannah Hurley, who is averaging 28 ppg along sister junior Maddie who averages 16 ppg

 

 

 

 

 

5 WONDERFUL COLLEGE WOLVES (17-5) (3-0 ESL)
Best team in school history and leading the Wolves will be senior Victoria Rivera and junior Alexis Gonzales

 

 

 
6 COALINGA HORNED TOADS (16-3) (4-0 WSL)
Seniors Serena Ybarra (16 ppg) along with Jessica Leal (12 ppg) and junior Aaliyah James (12 ppg) lead the Toads

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 GRANITE HILLS GRIZZLIES (12-7) (3-2 E SEQ)
Leading the Grizzlies is senior Yvette Felipe (20 ppg) and sophomore Shealuhn Hunter (10 ppg)

 

 

 

 

 

8 KENNEDY THUNDERBIRDS (9-10) (1-5 S SEQ)
Plenty return and will be much better this year

 

 

 

 

 

9 FIREBAUGH EAGLES (7-12) (1-2 WSL)
Eagles have the talent but not playing good Eagles basketball. Leading the Eagles will be seniors Makenna Allen, Mirayha Gonzales, Marissa Gutierrez, and sophomore Mariah Zapata

 

 

 

 

 

10 FOWLER REDCATS (10-6) (4-1 W SEQ)
The Cats will battle in the WSL

 

 

 

 

 

11 ROSAMOND ROAD RUNNERS (9-10) (4-1 HDL)
Playing tough in league

 

 

 

 

12 CVC CAVALIERS (7-11) (0-5 CSL)
Young team that will only get better with junior Rylie Westra, sophomore Kendall Vander Tuig and freshman Kara Verhoeven

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13 FRESNO CHRISTIAN EAGLES (8-7) (2-0 ESL)
Will get better and better

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14 BISHOP UNION BRONCOS (9-12) (4-2 HDL)
Streaky team

 

 

 

 

15 OROSI CARDINALS (8-11) (4-1 W SEQ)
The Cards are off to a good start with a young team

 

 

 

 

16 TRONA TORNADOES (6-5) (0-0 HI LO)
Junior Lauren Pitman comes in averaging 18 ppg and Mercedes Sorensen with 10 ppg

 

 

 

 

 

 

17 ORANGE COVE TITANS (7-10) (3-2 W SEQ)
Young team that will battle

 

 

18 DOS PALOS BRONCOS (8-13) (1-3 WSL)
Broncos will only get better with senior Carlyn Cota and junior Alanna Chavez leading the way

 

 

 

 

19 IMMANUEL CHRISTIAN CRUSADERS (4-7) (0-0 Hi Lo)
Senior Emily Hunsaker and sophomore Joelle Mondragon lead the Crusaders

 

 

 

 

 

20 FRAZIER MT RAVENS (5-8) (0-4 HDL)
Senior leader on a young team is Shawnau Johnson (19 ppg)

 

 

 

 

 

21 TRANQUILITY TIGERS (12-9) (1-3 WSL)
Leading the Tigers will be junior Abigail Oregel

 

 

 

 

 

 

22 AVENAL BUCCANEERS (5-11) (0-4 WSL)
The Bucs will contend in the WSL

 

 

 

 

23 CALIFORNIA CITY RAVENS (6-7) (3-3 HDL)
Plenty return and leading the way will be senior Brianna Rodriguez and sophomore Alyda Meza

 

 

 

 

24 CORCORAN PANTHERS (8-13) (3-2 E SEQ)
Young Panthers team

 

 

 

 

 

25 FARMERSVILLE AZTECS (5-13) (0-5 E SEQ)
X factor is the offense

 

 

 

 

26 LIBERTY RANCHOS HAWKS (6-14) (0-3 NSL)
The Hawks have potential with seniors Leeasia Whetsel, Brianna Melgoza and junior Camille Vestal

 

 

 

 

27 BIG PINE WARRIORS (3-4) (0-1 Hi Lo)
Senior Cassie Meza and sophomore Jessamine Turner lead the Warriors

 

 

 

 

 

 

28 MINARETS MUSTANGS (3-14) (1-4 W SEQ)
Playing better lately. Freshman Melia Kamalani and senior Sierra Stalter lead the Mustangs

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