PAG METER DIVISION 2 BOYS BASKETBALL RANKINGS 2019

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PAG METER DIVISION 2 BOYS BASKETBALL RANKINGS
Recap from the 2019 Division 2 Championship game
Memorial Panthers beat San Luis Obispo Tigers 87-44

DIVISION 2 Champions the last 11 years
2008 Garces beat Memorial 55-53
2009 Garces beat Liberty 91-78
2010 Liberty beat Memorial 64-56
2011 Clovis North beat Tulure Union 43-33
2012 Memorial beat Tulare Union 52-42
2013 Hanford West beat Garces 88-84
2014 Hanford beat Monache 70-55
2015 Hanford beat Mission Oak 64-49
2016 Lemoore beat Ridgeview 84-77
2017 Ridgeview beat Memorial 74-66
2018 Memorial beat Selma 71-66
2019 Memorial beat San Luis Obispo 87-44

 

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Memorial Panthers are the Division 2 Back to Back Section Champions

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Jalen Green scores 23 points and breaks Roscoe Pondexter’s SJM career scoring record in the win. Justin Huelskamp was named MVP

DIVISION 2 BASKETBALL PLAYOFF BRACKET
Top Bracket
1st Round Finals
1 Memorial (Bye)
9 Roosevelt at 8 Hanford (Final Roosevelt 60 Hanford 52)

12 Redwood at 5 Porterville (Final Porterville 61 Redwood 52)
13 Nipomo at No 4 Independence (Final Independence 70 Nipomo 60)

Bottom Bracket
3 Lemoore (Bye)
11 Monache at 6 Hanford West (Final Hanford West 62 Monache 61)
10 El Diamante at 7 Fresno High (Final Fresno High 82 El Diamante 73)
2 San Luis Obispo (Bye)

QUARTERFINAL FINAL SCORES
9 Roosevelt at 1 Memorial (Final Memorial 94 Roosevelt 68)
5 Porterville at 4 Independence (Final Memorial 94 Roosevelt 68)
6 Hanford West at 3 Lemoore (Final Lemoore 62 Hanford West 56)
7 Fresno High at 2 San Luis Obispo (Final San Luis Obispo 61 Fresno HIgh 49)

 

SEMIFINAL FINAL SCORES
Memorial Panthers 83 Independence Falcons 58 
San Luis Obispo Tigers 90 Lemoore Tigers 82

 

DIVISION 2 SECTION CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL
MEMORIAL PANTHERS 87 SAN LUIS OBISPO TIGERS 44

 

 

STATE PLAYOFFS SOUTHERN REGIONALS Division 1 Final
No 13 Memorial Panthers 94 No 4 Dublin 80

STATE PLAYOFFS SOUTHERN REGIONALS DIVISION 4 FINALS
Independence Falcons 76 Lemoore 71
San Diego 53 San Luis Obispo Tigers 34

 

STATE PLAYOFFS SOUTHERN QUARTERFINALS DIVISION 1 (7pm)
No 13 Memorial Panthers vs No 12 Bishop O’Dowd at Laney College

STATE PLAYOFFS SOUTHERN QUARTERFINALS DIVISION 4 (7pm)
No 7 Independence Falcons at No 2 Providence 

 

 

DIVISION 2 BOYS BASKETBALL 2019 FINAL RANKINGS
1 MEMORIAL PANTHERS (23-10) (9-1 Co-CMAC CHAMPIONS) SECTION CHAMPIONS
The top player in the country is Jalen Green who is averaging 34 ppg and has the GREEN light anytime he wants to shoot. The defending division 2 champions are the heavy favorites again. Senior leader Justin Huelskamp is one heck of a shooter and on any other team, he would be the leading scorer. Senior 7-footer Braxton Meah has huge potential especially down low 

 

 

 

 

2 INDEPENDENCE FALCONS (21-7) (8-2 SYL)
Senior Elijah Carter is back after averaging 21 ppg. Won the East High and San Luis Obispo Tournament (Clash of the Coast). Beat San Luis Obispo

 

 

 

 

 

3 SAN LUIS OBISPO TIGERS (21-12) (7-5 MOUNTAIN)
New to the Central Section and the Tigers are good. Carson Leedom, Connor Torell, Emilio Corona and Addason Wright lead the Tigers. Big wins over Porterville and Lemoore. Lost to Independence

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 LEMOORE TIGERS (19-8) (9-1 WYL CHAMPIONS)
Seniors Juelein Fox and Daniel Charleston lead the Tigers. Lost to Porterville

 

 

 

 

5 PORTERVILLE PANTHERS (22-8) (8-2 CO-EYL CHAMPIONS)
Leading the Panthers will be Kaden Ramage, Dane Odsather and Colton Boyd. Beat Lemoore

 

 

 

6 HANFORD WEST HUSKIES (21-10) (9-3 CSL)
Huskies the team to beat in the Central Sequoia

 

 

 

 

7 FRESNO HIGH WARRIORS (17-12) (8-2 NYL CHAMPIONS)
The Warriors will be young. Leading the Warriors will be sophomores Avery Johnson and Darnell Naeole

 

 

 

 

8 ROOSEVELT ROUGH RIDERS (16-14) (5-5 NYL)
The Rough Riders are young with talent. Junior Nico Thomas is ready for a big year along with sophomore point guard Qiant Myers who can really shoot. Senior Misaiah Dixon and sophomore Damare Watts

 

 

 

9 HANFORD BULLPUPS (15-11) (5-5 WYL)
The Bullpups will move up the rankings with plenty of talent. Look for big things from senior Cesar Mota and junior Juaron Watts-Brown

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10 MONACHE MARAUDERS (13-15) (5-5 EYL)
Young team and the Monarchs will have juniors Marcus Salazar, Tray Von Bradford, Nash Wobrock and John Perez

 

 

 

 

11 REDWOOD RANGERS (12-16)(5-4 WYL)
Rangers off to a slow start but will get better. Leading the way will be seniors Alex Garrett, Anthony Dorado, Zack Salazar and junior Nick Trevino

 

 

 

12 EL DIAMANTE MINERS (13-14) (3-7 WYL)
The Miners will get better and better..Leading the Miners will be senior Lorenzo Quintana along with soph Noah Berry, juniors Rajan Batth, and Logan Newlark

 

 

 

13 NIPOMO TITANS (12-17) (5-5 CENTRAL COAST)
Sophomore Daren Sosa and senior Carmelo Hernandez lead the Titans

 

 

 

 

14 PASO ROBLES BEARCATS (10-17) (3-9 MOUNTAIN)
The Cats are young and some new stars will be sophomores Payton Ramos, Braden Waterman and Devin Perez

 

 

 

 

 

15 SANTA MARIA SAINTS (10-16) (2-8 CENTRAL COAST)
Sophomore Rolando Pina is the leader on the boards. Senior Thomas Segel is a very good 3-point shooter. Genaro Morales and Jon Garcilazo could have big years

 

 

 

 

 

16 PIONEER VALLEY PANTHERS (4-24) (1-11 MOUNTAIN)
Point guard Christian Morin will be the QB on the court. Center Elijah Bloodworth and Michael Bourbon will be a big part of the offense

 

 

 

 

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