CIF-SS GIRLS BASKETBALL RANKINGS
Before last week, Cajon girls coach Mark Lehman was lamenting the fact his team shouldn’t be in the Open Division. So his team loses to a very good Eisenhower team (albeit one that wasn’t in the Open Division watch list), and what happens? Eisenhower, with only 1 loss, is not in the Open Division watch list, but Cajon remains on the watch list even though the Cowgirls dropped in the 1A rankings. I guess Ike will have to beat Cajon for a second time for voters to really take notice.
Aaryon Green scored the final 8 of her team’s points, and led Eisenhower with 16 points. She also made 2 free throws with 6.6 seconds remaining to lift the Eagles past Cajon, 39-38 on Tuesday.
Arroyo Valley coach Michael Anderson admits he learned something from a 161-2 win, but he still kind of takes a shot at someone.
Arroyo Valley girls basketball coach Michael Anderson admits score “got away from me” in 161-2 win, but stops short of apologizing. Should he apologize?
In the wake of the 161-2 win and his 2-game suspension, would coach Michael Anderson do anything different?
Arroyo Valley girls basketball coach Michael Anderson, in his first game back from 2-game suspension, talks before his game on Monday.
Above are highlights for the game, an 80-19 win by Arroyo Valley girls basketball over Indian Springs in a San Andreas League opener.
There are some things you’ll notice in the video. While the game was at Indian Springs and there was a decent home crowd, I heard no boos pregame or during the game. No reaction of any kind really toward Arroyo Valley from Indian Springs fans. In fact, the small group of Arroyo Valley fans (I’m guessing mostly parents), were vocal in showing their support for their team.
I saw no indication that people there were aware that in Arroyo Valley’s last game, on Jan. 5 vs. Bloomington, the Hawks won by a 161-2 score.
I’m sure Arroyo Valley and Bloomington would both like to move beyond the 161-2 game. Wednesday’s game was an important step in that direction.