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November 2019

Mac Oribello was named as the CSAC Player and Defensive Player of the Week

OSEMONT, Pa. - Keystone sophomore guard Mac Oribello and Keystone sophomore Bella Lamonea were named as the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) Player and Defensive Player of the Week on Monday afternoon by the conference office. Oribello and Lamonea both helped guide the Giants to a 2-0 mark to start the season. Oribello scored a ... Read more >

April 2019

Kaylee Stiffler Named 2019 CIF Spirit of Sport Award

Kaylee Stiffler is awarded the San Diego Section Spirit of Sport award! The CIF Spirit of Sport Award recognizes student-athletes who have demonstrated the 16 principles of Pursuing Victory with Honor, are active in school and community service and exhibit leadership qualities. The principles of Pursuing Victory with Honor are the operating principles of the ... Read more >

March 2019

Sadie Heckman – Point Loma Girls Basketball Player of the Year

Congratulations to #30 Sadie Heckman for being selected the Point Loma Girls Basketball Player of the Year. She averaged 21 pts and 6 steals. — MaxPreps Staff  

February 2019

Nika Haleftiras Received the Ed Baldwin Sportsmanship Award

The Ed Baldwin Sportsmanship Award winner is Caltech's Nika Haleftiras. Haleftiras is one of the Beavers' top defenders, guarding the opponent's best player during each game. A team captain and Caltech's leading charge-taker, the San Diego, Calif. native does whatever her team needs her to do at all times. She is respectful of all of the ... Read more >

Mac Oribello Receives Rookie of the Year Honors!

Rookie of the Year went to Keystone College freshman guard Mac Oribello (San Diego, Calif./Westview). She is the first Keystone player to earn the honor in women’s basketball. In just 13 games this season (all but one in conference), she averaged a conference-best 18.1 points per game on 40 percent shooting from the field. Averaging ... Read more >

Driven for points

Why stop at one hundred when you can get to 1000? That ideal is key in the mindset of Cathedral Catholic High School student athlete Mazatlan “Mazzie” Harris ‘20, who scored her 1000th career point on Jan. 5 against Scripps Ranch High School. “It wasn’t until after the game that I found out,” Harris said. ... Read more >

Alexis Machain Commits to Redlands

As she winds down her basketball career at La Costa Canyon High, senior Alexis Machain traces the beginning of her interest in the sport back long before she became a Maverick. It goes back to her physical education class at Diegueno Middle School. Machain’s PE teacher was John Farrell, who was the girls basketball coach ... Read more >

December 2018

San Pasqual Junior Eager to Weigh In

The first time Maddie Campbell met San Pasqual High girls basketball coach Trae Harrison, she told him one of her dreams was to play in the Pac-12 Conference. “He told me I wasn’t ready,” recalled Campbell, then a freshman. Harrison accentuated that appraisal with a nickname for her. “He told me I was Pac-1 at ... Read more >

Junior standout trying to make Dons’ season a masterpiece

Junior standout trying to make Dons’ season a masterpiece Give Mazatlan Harris a canvas or a court, and she’ll craft a work of art. Harris, a 6-foot-3 junior wing at Cathedral Catholic High, leads the Dons in points and paintings. The mindset that helps Harris create inspirational drawings also pushes her to succeed for the ... Read more >

November 2018

Dartmouth Women’s Basketball Overseas Series FEATURING: ISALYS QUIÑONES ’19

View Static Version We started out with Training Camp, tryouts, and practices in Puerto Rico for a month. We then had a tournament in Barranquilla, Colombia where we stayed for about 10 days. Then we went back to Puerto Rico where we practiced until our next tournament in Manatí, Puerto Rico. We stayed in Puerto ... Read more >