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April 2018

Daniel Greathouse BLOCKS EVERYTHING at the 2017 CP3 National Middle School Combine

Daniel Greathouse is a rising 7th grader from San Diego who proved to be an inside/outside threat at the 2017 CP3 National Middle School Combine. The Class of 2023 prospect was a great shot-blocker, but he also showed off the ability to step outside and knockdown outside shots. Greathouse ran the floor very well ... Read more >

Girls Fire Tournament Schedule

2018 Fire Tournament Schedule Date Event Location Type March-June Spring League San Diego, CA League April 7-8 Cali Classic Santa Ana, CA Tournament April 20-22 Storm California Showcase Irvine, CA NCAA May 26-28 Memorial Invitational San Diego, CA Tournament June 2-3 Swift Hawaiian Classic Corona, CA Tournament June 16-17 Summer Sensational San Diego, CA Tournament ... Read more >

March 2018

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Concussion Protocol

Pursuant to Section 124235 of the California Health and Safety Code, all youth sports leagues are to require each athlete and their parent to sign the Parent and Athlete Concussion Sheet. Parent and Athlete Concussion Sheet Also pursuant to this code every Coach is required to take a concussion class. For our league, we ... Read more >

San Diego Sol welcomes NBA official Ed T. Rush

On Monday evening March 19, more than 100 officials attended a presentation given by 32-year veteran NBA official Ed T. Rush, hosted by San Diego Sol Basketball.

Ex-Pop Warner player tackles hoops instead

Kaylee Berry's first venture into the world of athletics came as a second-grader when she played Pop Warner football, just like her three older brothers. Despite not weighing much, Berry played outside linebacker and left tackle. "I'm very proud to tell people I played tackle football, " Berry said. "I know I don't look the ... Read more >

February 2018

The Breakfast Club

Weekly Breakfast Club Sol is proud to announce the arrival of a new clinic aimed to help players focus primarily on shooting and footwork. Partnering with Pure Joy Basketball coaches Justin and Roman will host the Breakfast Club Clinic. An early morning clinic beginning in May which will take place ... Read more >

Staying Cool as Ice

Hanover — Focus and mental toughness are survival tools for Ivy League athletes. The successful ones are able to push aside academic challenges and personal problems when they step into practice or competition. At this, Dartmouth College basketball forward Isalys Quinones is one of the best. The 6-foot-3 junior is not only attending school across ... Read more >

January 2018

One-on-one with Isalys Quiñones ’19

Isalys “Ice” Quiñones ’19 has been a consistent leader for the Big Green as one of only three players to average double digits each game; she records 10.1 points per game. This past summer, Quiñones earned a spot on the Puerto Rican Women’s National Team and had the opportunity to play in the Women’s Centrobasket ... Read more >

No fear of rehab — or scary movies

It was a play Mac Oribello has made a thousand times in her basketball career. Playing for her club team in a tournament championship game at UC San Diego on Memorial Day, the 5-foot-3 guard dived to the floor for a steal. With all her weight on her left leg, Oribello said she got hit ... Read more >