Chino Hills High School graduate Jordyn Siko of Cal Baptist University has earned All-PacWest honors for the first time.
Siko, who was named to the second team, helped the Lancers hit at a .243 percentage on the season, which ranked them No. 1 in the PacWest and 23rd in the division.
The junior battled through injury issues throughout the year, playing in 21 of 28 matches, with CBU hitting over .300 in matches where she setted.
She had 751 assists (10.73 a set), 170 digs, 48 kills, 41 blocks and 17 aces and produced nine double-doubles on the year.
Victor Valley College sophomore basketball standout Max Barkeley has signed with NCAA Division II Simon Fraser University.
Barkeley, a 6-foot-2 guard is averaging 13.2 points, 2.7 rebounds and 2.2 assists in six games so far this season.
It’s a good fit for him. He is originally from Vancouver, Canada where the school is located, although he lives now in Lake Arrowhead and graduated from Rim of the World High School.
Cal Poly Pomona’s Terrence Drisdom has been named the California Collegiate Athletic Association Men’s Basketball Player of the Week for Nov. 14-16.
Drisdom had two stellar performances to open 2014 play, leading the Broncos to victories over Westmont and Azusa Pacific.
In Friday’s 85-62 win over Westmont, the senior guard totaled 18 points on six-for-10 shooting from the field which included two made from three point range four from the free throw line.
Saturday’s 81-78 overtime win against the Cougars saw Drisdom collect a career-high 27 points, edging his previous mark of 26 points from two seasons ago. He put down seven of his 11 shots, coupled with two triples and 11 made free throws.
Defensively, Drisdom averaged 7.5 rebounds and five steals per game.
On the weekend, the Corona product totaled 45 points, 15 rebounds, 10 steals, and four assists.