PAG METER DIVISION 1 GIRLS BASKETBALL RANKINGS 2019

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THE ROAD TO SELLAND ARENA FEBRUARY 22-23

Friday February 22
2pm Division 5 Girls Championship
4pm Division 5 Boys Championship
6pm Division 2 Girls Championship
8pm Division 2 Boys Championship

Saturday February 23
10am Division 4 Girls Championship
12pm Division 4 Boys Championship
2pm Division 3 Girls Championship
4pm Division 3 Boys Championship
6pm Girls Valley Championship
8pm Boys Valley Championship

DIVISION 1 GIRLS BASKETBALL TOP 30 RANKINGS 2019
PAG METER DIVISION 1 GIRLS BASKETBALL RANKINGS
Recap from the 2018 Valley Championship game
Clovis West Golden Eagles beat Clovis North Broncos 63-49
6th Straight Valley championships and 8 out of 9 for Clovis West
Golden Eagles scoring
Maddie Campbell 20 points
Nikki Tom 19 points
Broncos Scoring
Savannah Tucker 19 points
Rowan Hein 18 points

                          Clovis West Golden Eagles 2018 Valley Champions

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The Valley Champions last 10 year winners
2008 Clovis West beat Stockdale 87-50
2009 Stockdale beat Clovis West 70-60
2010 Clovis West beat Stockdale 66-38
2011 Hanford beat Clovis East 73-56
2012 Hanford beat Stockdale 65-49
2013 Clovis West beat Stockdale 53-38
2014 Clovis West beat Hanford 45-30
2015 Clovis West beat Edison 48-36
2016 Clovis West beat Edison 69-38
2017 Clovis West beat Clovis 54-22
2018 Clovis West beat Clovis North 63-49

THE ROAD TO SELLAND ARENA
6pm Saturday February 23

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Buchanan Bears are the Kiwanis New Years Eve Tournament Champions

Pag Meter Playoff Notes,
The Pag Meter and the Coaches/CIF were almost spot on

DIVISION 1 GIRLS BASKETBALL PLAYOFF BRACKET
1st round finals
Top Bracket
1 Clovis West (Bye)
9 Righetti High at 8 Hanford (Final Hanford 80 Righetti High 65)

12 Edison at 5 Central (Final Central 55 Edison 32)
4 Buchanan (Bye)

Bottom Bracket
3 Clovis (Bye)
11 Clovis East at 6 Arroyo Grande (Final Arroyo Grande 63 CE 48)

10 Mission Prep at 7 San Luis Obispo (Final SLO 57 Mission Prep 50)
2 Clovis North (Bye)

QUARTERFINALS Final Scores
8 Hanford at 1 Clovis West (Final Clovis West 93 Hanford 18)
5 Central at 4 Buchanan (Final Central 36 Buchanan 35)
6 Arroyo Grande at 3 Clovis (Final Clovis 62 Arroyo Grande 60)
7 San Luis Obispo at 2 Clovis North (Final Clovis North 58 San Luis Obispo 30)

SEMIFINAL FINAL SCORES
Clovis West Golden Eagles 80 Central Grizzlies 29
Clovis North Broncos 62 Clovis Cougars 42

 

VALLEY CHAMPIONSHIP SATURDAY 6pm SELLAND ARENA
No 2 CLOVIS NORTH BRONCOS vs No 1 CLOVIS WEST GOLDEN EAGLES

 

PAG METER DIVISION 1 GIRLS BASKETBALL PLAYOFF RANKINGS

1 CLOVIS WEST GOLDEN WEST GOLDEN EAGLES (28-3) (9-1 CO-TRAC CHAMPIONS )
The Golden Eagles continue to roll with another outstanding team with senior leaders of Madison Campbell who broke the school record for the most 3-pointers, Champney Pulliam, and Aari Sanders. One of the best shooters in the valley is sophomore Nikki Tom. A star will be born with sophomore Justyce Harris. New to the Golden Eagles and they are good with transfers Alleyah Seuell from Immanuel, sophomore Jada Oatman from Central and sophomore Amaya Snowden from Central. CW has won 13 straight TRAC championships and will be Co-Champions

 

 

 

 

 

2 CLOVIS NORTH BRONCOS (25-4) (9-1 CO-TRAC CHAMPIONS)
The Broncos come in with the best team in school history (Until next year). Leading the Broncos will be juniors Savannah Tucker, Rowan Hein and seniors Taylor Pilot, Grace Webb.  Sophomore Laney Amundsen broke her hand and could be back. The Broncos are favorites to get back to selland.

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 CLOVIS COUGARS (21-10) (4-6 TRAC)
Senior Jasmine Heu, juniors Avery Evans and Chloe Van Ness lead the Cougars. The Cougars are building a basketball program. First time maybe ever that the 7th and 8th grade Clark teams beat Kastner. The future looks real good for Cougars nation

 

 

 

 

 

4 CENTRAL GRIZZLIES (19-10) (4-6 TRAC)
Last year was a disaster for the Grizzlies with players quitting and this team is light years better. Leading the way will be senior Jayla Green, sophomores Semie Brar and Janece Harmon

 

 

 

 

 

5 BUCHANAN BEARS (19-10) (4-6 TRAC)
the Kiwanis New Years Eve Tournament Champions. Head Coach Adam Wall is doing a heck of a job building the Bears program. Leading the way is junior Morgan Mathis and sophomore Olivia Garcia

 

 

 

6 ARROYO GRANDE EAGLES (21-7) (9-1 CENTRAL COAST CHAMPIONS)
Senior Jayci Bayne and sophomore Kathleen Hutchens lead the Eagles

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 SAN LUIS OBISPO TIGERS (24-6) (6-4 CENTRAL COAST)
New to the Central Section and the Tigers are good! Senior Lily Svetich is tough to stop

 

 

 

 

 

8 HANFORD BULLPUPS (22-10) (10-0 WYL CHAMPIONS)
The Bullpups have won 13 West Yosemite League titles in a row! The Bullpups are pretty young. Leading the Bullpups will be senior Sapphire Jones, sophomores Tinisha Edwards, Alyssa Chapman and freshman Michaela Young

 

 

 

 

 

9 RIGHETTI HIGH WARRIORS (13-10) (6-4 CENTRAL COAST)
The Warriors are very good at working the ball around with senior Alijah Paquet, junior Mercedes Arredondo, sophomores Alexandria Paquet, and Malia Cabigon

 

 

 

 

10 MISSION PREPS ROYALS (18-10) (6-4 CENTRAL COAST)
Juniors Jojo Zaragoza, Kyra Harris and senior Ary Gonzales lead the Royals

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11 CLOVIS EAST T WOLVES (8-20) (0-10 TRAC)
Playing a tough schedule. Leading the T Wolves will be senior Michelle Berry

 

 

 

 

 

 

12 RIDGEVIEW WOLF PACK (12-17) (4-6 SYL)
Very young team with sophomore Jordan Francisco, junior Jynaiya Nolan-Davis, senior Krystal Zavala and freshmen Sara Davis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13 EDISON TIGERS (17-11) (7-3 CMAC)
New head coach is legend Jackie White

 

 

 

 

 

 

14 BULLARD KNIGHTS (13-14) (5-5 CMAC)
Jordan Jones and Treasure Franklin lead the Knights

 

 

 

 

15 INDEPENDENCE FALCONS (9-17) (3-7 SYL)
Young Falcons team with juniors Asia Kirven who is averaging 20 ppg, and Hailee Julius with 10 ppg
16 STOCKDALE MUSTANGS (10-15) (3-7 SWYL)
Senior Naomi Jennings leads the Mustangs

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