The Bay Area Warriors had a super summer. Notably Gold ended the summer 10-3 in the the three NCAA sanctioned events with some great wins and all the losses were by 3 pts or less. Blue went a perfect 4-0 in SoCal and showed well in Vegas. The 16s won the Oakland Rebels Tourney and won 2 games in Vegas. Congrats to all the Bay Area Warriors on a super summer! . Thanks to all our coaches and families! Good luck to all in the 2018-19 high school season
The Bay Area Warriors are off to a great start in the July NCAA Evaluation Period
- The Bay Area Warriors Gold Team was in impressive 4-0 in the NorCal Summer Showcase in Livermore and then followed it up with a strong 3-1 showing in the Pangos Cream of the Crop Challenge in Orange County
- Bay Area Warriors Blue was dominant in going 4-0 at the Pangos Cream of the Crop Challenge
- Bay Area Warriors 16s went undefeated and won the 16U Championship at the Oakland Rebels July Tournament
- All three teams are looking ready for Las Vegas where all three will be competing in the NCAA sanctioned BigFootHoops Las Vegas Classic 7/25-29
Coaches and Scouts,
Please note the Bay Area Warriors will be playing in the three NCAA sanctioned events in July:
July 13-14 - NorCal Summer Tip-Off in Livermore CA (Gerry Freitas - hoopreview.net)
July 19-21 - Full Court Press Cream of the Crop in Garden Grove, CA (fullctpress.net)
July 25-29 - BigFootHoops Las Vegas Classic (bigfoothoops.com)
We will have one or two teams in each event. Our 16U team will also be active. Here are the players on our 17U rosters you should check out. All of the them are good academically. If you want more information on any of them, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Coach Randy Bessolo
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Gold Roster (2019 unless noted):
1. Marlon Short, Monte Vista HS, 6'5" - super athletic wing who can really slash and score. Great defender and great motor.
2. Max Fried, University HS, 6'4" - big, strong and athletic point guard. Fills up the stat sheet with points, assists, rebounds and steals.
3. Charley Moore, University HS, 6'5" - long and athletic wing who can score. Athlete who gets dunks and buckets
4. Christian Pitcher, Berean Christian, 6'6" - big and strong with good athleticism. Can play 2 through 5 positions and shoot with range
5. Marshall Lott, V, California HS, 5'10" - super athletic guard who gets dunks and went to State Meet in High Jump. Can score and ball hawk on defense.
6. Chime Ugbaja, Riordan HS, 5'10" - super strong and very skilled. His older brother played D1 basketball at Sac. State. Classic point guard who can change the game with defensive pressure on the ball
7. Charlie Raisin (Class of 2020), New Hampton Prep, 6'7" - big body and soft touch. Great shooter. Can play inside or on perimeter
8. Jackie Luong, Washington HS, 6' - very skilled guard who can really shoot it. Great feel for the game. Can create his own shot
9. Johnny Yu, St. Ignatius HS, 6' - shooter and skilled guard
10. Eric Donaldson, Antioch HS, 6'4" - Strong versatile player who can play all 5 positions. Note Eric is playing overseas with the 18U National Team for England in July. If you want to connect with Eric please let me know.
Blue Roster (2019 unless noted):
1. Brandon Radu, Redwood HS, 6'3" - very athletic scorer. Can get to rim or shoot 3's
2. Zac Quanico, Riordan HS, 5'8" - super quick point guard who can create or score from NBA range
3. Marquez Costiniano, Jefferson HS, 5'10" - super quick point guard who can create or score. Ballhawk on D.
4. Chance Farrell-Martin, Redwood HS, 6'2" - big, strong and skilled point guard
5. Jeylen Slaton, Newark-Memorial HS, 6'3" - strong, skilled and versatile
6. Leo Tillson (Class of 2020), St. Mary's HS, 6'4" - versatile player who can shoot 3's and get to rim. Good athlete.
7. Jake Matthews, Redwood HS, 6'1" - strong, skilled and tough point guard
8. Ryan Daly (Class of 2020), St. Francis HS, 6'5" - very strong athlete who is can shoot it and is tough and smart.
9. Dean Watson, Redwood HS, 6'5" - big and skilled forward. Can play the post or perimeter
Bay Area Warriors 16s - Coached By Tony Khoo
1. Shawn Cotton, Hillsdale
2. Ren Zanze, University
2. Ben Donnick, Redwood
3. Tommy Quanstrom, Redwood
4. JK Baker, University
5. Raki Cabrera-Scarlatta, University
6. Marc Montgomery, Bay
7. Grant Lyon, University
8. Rei Frei, Pinewood
9. Johnny Elliott, Bay
10. Thomas Dean, Lick
11. Tarak Duggal, University
Class of 2018
- Spencer Spivy - University HS, Williams College (D3)
- Julian Manyika - University HS, M.I.T. (D3)
- Watida Mukukula - Riordan, Franklin & Marshall (D3)
- Nate Robinson - Las Lomas, University of South Dakota (D1)
- Sam Onche - Contra Costa Christian, Colby College (D3)
- Walter Lum - Lick, Colby College (D3)
- Ryan Cibull - Alameda, Lewis & Clark College (D3)
Notebook: Las Lomas basketball star makes college decision
Darren Sabedra June 22, 2018 at 11:47 am
Las Lomas’ Nathan Robinson (24) celebrates after defeating Palo Alto during their CIF Northern California Division I boys final at Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, Calif. on Saturday, March 17, 2018. Las Lomas defeated Palo Alto 44-41. (Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Area News Group)
WALNUT CREEK — Nathan Robinson helped lead Las Lomas to unprecedented heights this past season as the Knights won the Northern California Division I regional championship to reach a state final.
Now the 6-foot-4 guard will continue his career at the University of South Dakota, having accepted a scholarship offer to play for a program that won 22 games two seasons ago and 26 last season.
“Well-deserved,” said Brian Dietschy, who stepped down as Las Lomas’ coach this month.
Robinson averaged 21 points, five rebounds and four assists per game, earning MVP honors in the Diablo Athletic League’s Foothill Division and first-team All-Bay Area News Group recognition.
“We are all excited,” said Robinson’s father, Mark.
Coaches and Scouts,
Please note we will have two Bay Area Warriors 17U teams playing in the Spring NCAA evaluation period. Both teams will be playing in the two events hosted by West Coast Elite and Gerry Freitas.
April 20-22 - So Cal Hoop Review at the MAP and Next Level Sports Complexes in Garden Grove, CA (Orange County)
April 27-29 - Nor Cal Spring Showcase at NB Courts in Livermore and Jamtown in Oakland
Here are our rosters for the two teams. If you have questions or need more information on any of the players please contact me.
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Bay Area Warriors - Gold
Zach Galvin, 6'4" guard, Campolindo HS, 2019 - Zach is a coach's son who just moved back to the Bay Area after starring at Southridge HS a power program in Portland, Oregon. Zach is super skilled, has great floor vision and plays real hard with a great motor. Can really shoot it with range. Very good student and great prospect.
Eric Donaldson, 6'5", Antioch HS, 2019 - Eric can play all 5 positions. Another coach's son who fills up the stat sheet with rebounds, assists, steals and points. Can score but loves to facilitate. Very tough player. High academic student. First team All-League player in BVAL.
Max Fried, 6'4", point guard, University HS, 2019 - Max is a big and quick point guard who fills up the stat sheet with assists, rebounds, steals and points. Was first team All-League player as both a Soph and Junior. (Note Max recently suffered a concussion and is now questionable for the Spring Evaluation period). High academic student
Marlon Short, 6'5" wing, Monte Vista HS, 2019 - Marlon is a long and athletic slasher. Can really get to the rim and defend. Good motor.
Christian Pitcher, 6'6" forward, Berean Christian HS, 2019 - Big strong and athletic body. Can shoot it with range. Very versatile. Can play 2 through 5 positions. All-League player as Junior
Charley Moore, 6'5" wing, University HS, 2019 - long and athletic wing. Can really score. Very good shooter and dunker. High academic student.
Ryan Cibull, 6'2" guard, Alameda HS, 2018 - Great shooter and all-around player. Very smart player who can handle and defend. High academic student
Chime Ugbaja, 5'10" point guard, Riordan HS, 2019 - great motor and defender. Quick penetrator and distributer. his older brother Jiday was a D1 player at Sac State.
Jackie Luong, 6' guard, Washington HS, 2019 - very skilled and great shooter with range. Smart player. All-League in AAA as junior.
Marshall Lot, 5'10" point guard, California HS, 2019 - Super fast and athletic point guard. All-League recognition in EBAL
Whitner Reichman, 6'1" guard, University HS, 2020 - Very skilled scorer and great shooter
Bay Area Warriors - Blue
Brandon Radu, 6'3" guard, Redwood HS, 2019 - Very good athlete who can really score. Good student
Dean Watson, 6'6'" forward, Redwood HS, 2019 - Good length and frame. Strong skilled and smart. Very good student
Zac Quanico, 5'8" point guard, Riordan HS, 2019 - super quick and skilled. Can shoot it with range. Great motor
Marquez Costiniano, 5'11" point guard, Jefferson HS, 2019 - super quick and skilled. Good shooter and great motor
Jeylen Slaton, 6'3" forward, Newark-Memorial HS, 2019 - strong, skilled and productive
Kauchani Heredia-Bratt, 6'3" guard, Lincoln HS, 2019 - long and athletic. Very productive on both sides of the ball. good student
Jonny Yu, 6' guard, St. Ignatius, 2019 - great shooter with range. Good student
Chance Farrell-Martin, 6'3" point guard, Redwood HS, 2019 - big, strong guard with skills
Jack Gerson, 6'5" forward, Redwood HS, 2019 - strong and skilled forward
Jake Mathews, 6' point guard, Redwood HS, 2019 - skilled, smart and tough guard
Leo Tillson, 6'5" forward, St. Mary's, 2020 - skilled, tough and smart player.
Ryan Daly, 6'5" wing, St. Francis, 2020 - very good athlete who is tough and can shoot it.
Warriors JV - Coached by Tony Khoo
The Bay Area Warriors are receiving a lot of recognition and honors for the 2017-18 High School Season.
Spencer Spivy - University HS (above)
- San Francisco Chronicle - San Francisco Player of the Year
- San Francisco Examiner Senior of the Year
- BCL-West Player of the Year
- San Francisco Italian Athletic Club - Restani Trophy for being POY in SF
Nate Robinson - Las Lomas
- San Francisco Chronicle - Tri-Valley Contra Costa County Player of the Year
- DFAL Player of the Year
- NorCalPreps All-NorCal
Walter Lum - Lick Wilmerding
- All BCL-West
- San Francisco Examiner Point Guard of the Year
Julian Manyika - University
- All BCL-West, Chronicle All-Metro HM
Eric Donaldson - Antioch
- All-BVAL, Chronicle All-Metro HM
Max Fried - University
- All BCL-West, Chronicle All-Metro HM
Charley Moore - University
Great fun at the 11 Annual City All Star Game on 4/5 with the White Team led by Omin Oglesby, who was game MVP, Robert Lee, Rodney Lawrence and Daniel Benjamin coming back including a couple highlight dunks in the closing minutes to beat Red by 108 to 104. Red had great performances by Spencer Spivy, Watida Mukukula and Walter Lum and led for most of the game. Spencer Spivy won the dunk contest and Julian Manyika won the 3 point contest. Thank you Seniors!
Coaches, ADs and City All Stars,
We will again be hosting the City All Star Game in Memory of Coach Mike Gragnani. The game will be Thursday April 5th at CCSF. We will have a Girls' game at 6:00 and the Boys' Game at 7:30. We will also have a 3-point shooting Contest and a Slam Dunk Contest. Per CIF rules the game is limited to Seniors only. We will provide the players with a t-shirt uniform that they keep and there will be trophies for the contest winners and the game MVP's. The players participate for free but we do charge $5 for admission for fans which covers the cost of the uniforms, trophies, referees and facility. We typically break-even or lose a little money but if there is a profit it goes to our Bay Area Warriors non-profit. We typically draw a good crowd and the Seniors have a lot of fun (you can see some photos on our website). It is a great way for us to bring the San Francisco basketball community together and for the Seniors to play a final fun game to end their high school careers.
I have compiled the roster of invitees below primarily by looking at the All-League Teams from the BCL, AAA and WCAL. If you have other players who are deserving, please nominate them to me and we will try to include them. In particular we typically need extra girl players. We tend to be short girls players so any girls coaches who are willing to help me in the invitation process I would greatly appreciate it. Also note we are likely going to invite some Girls players from the PAL to make sure we have a good showing. Armando Pazos from Golden City will again be helping organize the Girls Game.
I need you to get me the contact info (cell phone (preferred) or e-mail address) for any of your players who are invited. Please do this as soon as possible so I can give them as much notice as possible.
Thanks for your help!
Coach Randy Bessolo
University High School
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Boys All Stars
Spencer Spivy - University
Julian Manyika - University
Leo Hainline - University
Walter Lum - Lick
Dylan Moser - Lick
Royce Fong - Lick
Luca Cava - Lick
Leo Krinsky - Urban
Ari Gamstad - Urban
Finn Conway - Urban
Sam Kinney - Marin Academy
Owen Fahy - Stuart Hall
Brandon Beckman - S.I.
Darrion Trammell - S.I.
Matt Redmond - S.I.
Teddy Snyder - S.I.
Donovan Jones - S.I.
Gary Hudson - SHCP
Amin Ogelsby - SHCP
James Chun - Riordan
Watida Mukukula - Riordan
Travis Benham - Riordan
Anthony Oropeza - Riordan
Daniel Benjamin - Jefferson
Rodney Lawrence - Jefferson
Anthony McBride - Mission
U'Jah Pratt - Mission
Robert Lee - Mission
Adrian Otis - Mission
Abhishek Khadka - Lowell
Kevin Fok - Lowell
Ryan Gauthier - Lowell
Antonio Cole - Balboa
Joseph Medina - Lincoln
Kyle Yuen - Lincoln
Ben Tate - Galileo
Jerry Tang - Washington
Tevin Ho - Washington
Jalen Joiner - Washington
Michael Williams - Academy
Girls All Stars
Courtney Resch - University
Lauren Carothers-Liske - Lick
Lauren Rosenberg - Marin Academy
Lydia Sears - Urban
Errayanna Hatfield - SHCP
Yaniah Fleming - SHCP
Raina Smith - SHCP
Gianna Silvestri - SHCP
Alyssa Downs - S.I.
Georgia Madden - S.I.
Natalie Tuufuli - S.I.
Sunshine Margate - Mercy
Brianna Remo - Mercy
Adriana Zamora - Mercy
Mya Elkins - JCHS
Christine Partington - Bay
Madison Tabora - IHS
Naomi Maskowitz - JCHS
Kayla Buki - JCHS
Yasmin Jimenez - Lincoln
Fiona Tam - Lincoln
Olivia Pan - Lowell
Giselle Jimenez - Balboa
Litea Lelea - Balboa
Hallie Wu - Balboa
Kamari Simpson - Washington
Kianna Reynolds - Washington
Maya Lewis-Hampton - Leadership
Aniyah Rukiyah Mayfield - Leadership
Diane Madayag- Academy
Marlene Puni - Marshall
Desjone Fisher - Mission
Tilomai Pan - Marshall
Destiny Simpson - Mission
2018 Bay Area Warriors Schedule (17U, 16U and 15U)
Dates Event Location
March 18 Work-out UHS
March 25 Work-out UHS
March 30 Work-out UHS
April 7-8 Lakeshow/Oakland Rebels East Bay
April 13-15 Oakland Soldiers Extravaganza East Bay
April 20-22 SoCal Hoop Review Orange County
(16s and 15s play local)
April 27-29 NorCal Spring Showcase Oakland
May 18-20 The City Championship San Francisco (CCSF)
May 26-28 Hoop Review Memorial Day Various Sites
Please note that we are taking most of June off so everyone can spend time with their high school teams and/or go to basketball camps
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July 13-14 NorCal Summer Tip-Off Livermore
July 19-21 Pangos Cream of the Crop Orange County
(NCAA sanctioned)(17s and 16s)
July 25-29 BigFootHoops Las Vegas Classic Las Vegas
Any questions, please call Coach Randy (415) 418-4568
The White team, coached by Spencer Spivy and Tark Duggal won the 13th Annual Sunday Mini-League Championship over the Gold Team coached by Julian Manyika. All the games were high-scoring competitive and fun! Congrats to the White Team!
In the 13 years the Bay Area Warriors have run the league there have been many great players play in the league including 8 who have gone on to play at D1 level (see below).
Bay Area Warriors
Noah Springwater - UHS, Columbia University (D1)
Johnny Mrlik - SI, Vassar College
Ikenna Nwadibia - SHHS, Kenyon College
Stephen Domingo - SI, Georgetown, Cal (D1)
Harold Getz - UHS, Lewis & Clark College
David Medoff - UHS, Haverford College (D1)
Samson Donnick - Redwood, M.I.T.
Taylor Johns - SHCP, UC Riverside (D1)
Jack Gale - UHS, Pomona College
Tony Caletti - BHS, Vassar College
Joe Slocum - SHCP, Alaska Fairbanks
Jiday Ugbaja - Riordan, Sacramento State (D1)
Jaren Yang - SI, Gordan College
Trevor Dunbar - SI, Washington State (D1)
Troy Rike - SI, Wake Forest (D1)
Kyle Roach - MA, Whitworth College
Sean Gilmore - UHS, Colby College
Mattie Mrlik - UHS, Vassar College
Andre Campbell - Urb, Oberlein College
Micah Elan - LW, Pomona College
Henry Feinberg - BHS, Williams College
Will Emery - SI, Dartmouth College (D1)
The Warriors with some nice youtube coverage from In the Lab News including one on Walter Lum with over 200,000 views.
The Bay Area Warriors closed out an impressive season with a 5-1 record and Final Four appearance in the Platinum Division of the BigFootHoops Las Vegas Classic. The prior wknd the Warriors had some impressive showings nearly upsetting some shoe company sponsored power programs including the Indiana Elite and Compton Magic in the Pangos Cream of the Crop Challenge in Orange County. In both of those games the Ws led in the 4th quarter but could not hang on. See video link below
In the first wknd of the summer evaluation the Ws went an impressive 4-0 in the HoopReview NorCal Showcase at CCSF. On the Season the 17s went a very impressive 28-9 with almost all the losses being close games to sponsored powers. The 17s also won two tournament Championships including the prestigious Oakland Rebels Easter Invitational. Congrats to the 17s on a great season.
The Bay Area Warrior 16s also had a productive season including going a strong 7-6 in the July Evaluation period in NCAA Sanctioned events.
They Bay Area 15s ended the year with an overall winning record and two tournament Championships including an NCAA Sanctioned NorCal Live event in April.
Congrats to the Warriors teams on a great 2017 Season!!!
The Bay Area Warriors travelled to Las Vegas 7/26-30 to play in the NCAA Sanctioned BigFootHoops Las Vegas Classic. The Blue and Gold went an impressive 5-1 versus high level competition from around the country winning their pool and advancing to the Final Four of the Platinum Division. The Warriors played before a lot of college coaches and had a lot of fun in a most productive trip. The Warriors ended the Summer Evaluation period with a 11-4 record. They were 28-9 for the Spring and Summer combined with almost all of the losses being close games to shoe company sponsored teams. Congrats on a great trip to Las Vegas!
All 3 Warriors teams will be active in July. The Bay Area Warriors will be playing in the following NCAA sanctioned events in July
Nor Cal Summer Tip-Off at CCSF in San Francisco - 7/14-15
Full Court Press Cream of the Crop Challenge at MAP Sports Complex in Garden Grove, CA - 7/20-22
Bigfoot Hoops Las Vegas Classic - 7/26-30
Please see our roster below. All of our players are strong academically. Note Nate Robinson (6'4" guard 2018 Las Lomas) and Eric Donaldson (6'4" forward 2019 Antioch) will not be with us in July since they are overseas playing on the England 18U and 16U National Teams. If you want more information on any of our players, please do not hesitate to reach out.
Coach Randy Bessolo
415 418 4568
Class of 2018:
Spencer Spivy - University HS, 6'5" combo guard. Spencer is long, very skilled, great feel for the game and can really shoot it with range and off the dribble. Spencer was BCL-West Player of the year averaging 18.9 ppg, 6.8 rpg, 3.9 apg and was 90/212 = 42.5% on 3s. He is ranked in NorCal top 40 prospects and is getting D1 interest. Great student who is looking to go to high academic school.
Watida Mukukula - Riordan HS, 6'2" point guard. Watida is from Zimbabwe, Africa and was in the Africa top 50 camp before coming to the US. He has not been eligible to play in HS yet so is unknown but is a D1, D2 and D3 prospect. He is exceptionally quick, fast and skilled. Very vocal and positive leader. Very good student in the classroom. Good test score.
Walter Lum - Lick-Wilmderding HS, 5'9" point guard. Walter is lightning quick and exceptionally skilled. Great feel for the game and can really shoot it and create is his own shot at all times. Fun player to watch (search him on youtube) He is very athletic and can dunk the ball. Very good student.
Sam Onche - Contra Costa Christian, 6'6" forward. Sam is from Nigeria and is a very good student and Senior Class President. He is very strong and super athletic. He loves to block shots and rebound. Very good post passer and finisher close to the hoop.
Julian Manyika - University HS, 6'4" shooting guard. Julian can really shoot it with range and quick release. Last season he was 87/208 = 41.8% on 3s. Very good defender too. Great student who wants to go to high academic school.
Landon Gregg - Redwood HS, 6'5" forward. Strong body and good skills.
Kalil Freeman - Heritage HS, 6'3" guard. Long and versatile. Very good shooter. Very good student.
Kevin Fok - Lowell HS, 5'11" point guard. Strong, smart, skilled, good shooter and tough. Very good student
Class of 2019:
Tyler Woods - St. Joseph Notre Dame, 6' point guard. Strong and quick point guard. Dynamo ball hawk on defense
Max Fried - University HS, 6'4" point guard. Strong and athletic big guard who does it all. Last season as a sophomore was 1st team All-League - 8.4 ppg, 8.9 rpg, 4.1 apg, 1.9 spg and 22/51 = 43.1% on 3s. Great floor vision and projects as a big point guard.
Charley Moore - University HS, 6'4" shooting guard. Long scorer who can shoot the 3 with range and get to the hoop and finish.
All three Bay Area Warriors teams had strong showings in the Spring. Each team played in 6 tournaments including both NCAA evaluation wknds in April.
The 17s set the pace with 17-5 overall record. The Bay Area Warriors 17s won two tournament championships (Oakland Rebels Easter Tourney and Saints Invitational) and advanced to the Championship game of the City Championship Tourney.
The 16s had their best showing in the recent City Championship Tourney where they advanced to the Final Four in the 30 team single elimination brackets.
The 15s won two tournament Championships including the NCAA sanctioned NorCal event and the Saints Invitational.
All three teams will focus on playing with their high school teams in June and then regroup in July to play in the three NCAA sanctioned wknds.
Until then, great job Warriors!
We had a lot of great games at CCSF and St. Ignatius in the 10th Annual City Championship with 74 teams participating.
After a tight come from behind win over Oakland Soldiers 16s EYBL in the Quarterfinals, Tyler Johnson Elite rolled to the Elite Division Championship with wins over Lakeshow 17s Elite in the Semis and the Bay Area Warriors 17s in the Championship game.
In the Varsity Division Championship Lakeshow 16s Elite won the crown over Nor Cal Power (NCP)
In the JV Division BayCity 16s Red took home the hardware with a win over Oakland Soldiers Grey 16s in the final game.
Thanks to all the teams that participated. We look forward to hosting the 11th Annual City Championship in 2018.
The Final Schedule for the 10th Annual City Championship has been released. We will have 74 teams in 3 Divisions including: Elite (28 Teams); Varsity (30 Teams); and JV (16 Teams). In all the 3 Divisions teams will advance through pools and bracket play until we crown a single 2017 City Champion. The games will start Friday (5/19) at CCSF at 6 pm and continue on Saturday (5/20) and Sunday (5/21) at CCSF and St. Ignatius HS starting at 9 am. We have a great field of teams including many of the top programs in NorCal such as Soldiers EYBL, Team Lillard, Tyler Johnson Elite, Lakeshow, Arsenal, WVBC, etc. Come out and see some great match-ups which will get better as the top teams advance through bracket play until the Championship games at 3:00 pm on Sunday. If you want to be emailed a complete schedule, feel free to send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org or 415 418 4568
The Bay Area Warriors 17s and 15s both travelled to Merritt College on 5/13 to play in the Saints Invitational and both went undefeated and brought home to the City the Championship hardware. It is the 2nd tourney championship for both teams. All three Bay Area Warriors teams will be back in action 5/19 to 21 at the 10th Annual City Championship Tournament at CCSF and St. Ignatius, which is hosted by the Bay Area Warriors.
All three Bay Area Warriors teams were in action in NCAA Sanctioned events to kick off the April Evaluation period.
The 17s travelled to Orange County to play in the SoCal Hoop Review Showcase at the Next Level Sports Complex before a lot of college coaches. The team went a respectable 2-2 against a high level of competition and the guys had the opportunity to impress some coaches and help their recruitment.
The 16s and 15s stayed in the Bay Area and played in the NCAA Sanctioned NorCal Live Spring Showcase. While the 16s went a respectable 2-2 the 15s swept the field going 5-0 and winning the Championship.
In 2017 the Bay Warriors 17s will be coached by Randy Bessolo and Jason Greenfield. The roster includes the following:
Watida Mukukula - Riordan, 6'2" guard (class of 2018)
Walter Lum - Lick-Wilmerding, 5'10" guard (2018)
Nate Robison - Sacred Heart Cathedral, 6'4" guard (2018)
Dempsey Roggenbuck - Prolific Prep, 6'4" guard (2017)
Sam Onche - Contra Costa Christian, 6'6" forward (2018)
Spencer Spivy - University, 6'5" guard (2018)
Julian Manyika - University, 6'4" guard (2018)
Max Fried - University, 6'4" guard (2019)
Eric Donaldson - Antioch, 6'5" forward (2019)
Tyler Woods - St. Joseph Notre Dame, 6' guard (2019)
Landon Gregg - Redwood, 6'5" forward (2018)
Jason Holman - Los Lomas, 5'10" guard (2018)
Kalil Freeman - Heritage, 6'3" guard
Kevin Fok - Lowell, 5'11" guard