Bay Area Warriors in July



The Bay Area Warriors will be playing in 3 NCAA sanctioned events in July.

  • NorCal Summer Tip-Off at CCSF
  • Saturday 7/11 at 9 am vs. Lunardi's and 11am vs. Above & Beyond
  • Sunday 7/12 at 9 am vs. West Valley and at 12noon vs. NorCal Pharoahs (at Lick)
  • July 15-19 - in Irvine (new event hosted by Gerry Freitas)
  • July 22-26 - Las Vegas Classic

Note that all of our players are very good students who would be a great fit at high academic schools.  Here is our projected roster:


Class of 2015:

Christian Wilburn - Sacred Heard Cathedral - 6'4" guard

Great shooter


Class of 2016:

Sean Gilmore - University HS - 6'7" forward

Very versatile player who is great in the post and on the perimeter.  Hit 35% of 3's last HS season.  Has been great in the spring and summer so far and is still improving.

Eric Galindo - Riordan HS - 5'11" point guard

Very skilled, very tough and great shooter who can create his own shot


Andrew Panicacci - Marin Catholic - 6'4" guard

Long and athletic.  Good shooter and great competitor

Sepher Agnesse - Marin Catholic - 6' guard

Smart and unselfish.  Good speed and very good shooter.

Ryan Lipton - University HS - 6'2" guard

Great shooter out to NBA range. Can create his own shot.

Brandon Harris - San Leandro - 6'5" forward

Very strong and skilled.  Smart player

Jushan Samra - Dougherty Valley - 6'4" forward

Strong, tough and skilled.  Undersized but great competitor

Thomas Matthew - University HS - 6'2" guard

Good defender and competitor

Sidy Sissoko - Leadership HS - 6'8" center

Long and Athletic.  Can finish close to the hoop and block shots.  From Mali.


Class of 2017:

Daniel Bessolo - Castro Valley - 6'3" guard

Great athlete with speed (49.3 second 400).  Slasher and great defender

Jake Tulchinsky - University HS - 6'4" forward

Versatile player who can play inside or on perimeter. Tough


Note we will also have a second Bay Area Warriors team in these events coached by Jeff Facter, (415) 209 8742.

If you have any questions about our roster or schedule, please do not hesitate to call me.

Coach Randy Bessolo, 415 418 4568.

Greenline wins 8th Annual City Championship

Thanks for participating in the 8th Annual City Championship Tournament.  We had a great turn-out of 72 teams and a lot of great games!

Congratulations to Greenline who defended their championship from last year and won the 40-team Elite Division (see photo below).  They beat a great Lakeshow Elite team in the Finals after knocking off Lakeshow Black in the Semis.  E-Time was the other semi-finalist.

Congratulations to Sonoma County Cagers 17s (see photo below) who won the 16-team Varsity Division knocking off the Bay Area Warriors (Facter) in the Finals.

Congratulations to the Oakland Rebels 15s who won the 16-team JV Division knocking off Husky Hoops in the Finals.

Thanks to all the teams that participated!  We look forward to doing it again next year!

Randy Bessolo

Record Breaking City All Star Game

The 8th Annual City All Star Game was again held in memory the late Coach Mike Gragnani.  The SF basketball community came together to remember Mike and have a lot of fun.   The Girls game was won by the  White Team, which was led by MVP Joleen Yang from St. Ignatius.  Katie Lo from University HS won the Girl's three point contest.   The boys game was a barnburner with the White team pulling out a 125 to 99 victory setting all sorts of City All Star Game records for scoring, 3-point Shooting and dunks.  Armani Collins had 8 dunks for the Red Team but David Parsons of SHCP and game MVP Tarrez Blaylock of Lincoln led White to a decisive victory.  Tyler Ryan of Stuart Hall was the Slam Dunk Champion and Brandon Lew of University was the 3-point Shooting Champion.   Congrats to all the 2015 City All Stars!  

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8th Annual City All Star Game to Tip-Off Friday (5/1) Night

City All Stars,

We will have a t-shirt uniforms for all of your you but you will need to bring your own shorts (any color), shoes and game.

The Girls game will start at 5:30.  Please try to be at CCSF by 5:00.  We will name an MVP of each game who will get a trophy.  Last year's Girls Game MVP was Danielle Palmer of International

The Boys game is projected to start around 7:15 but you should strive to be at CCSF by 6:30. Note that because we have a lot of All Stars we will play a 20-minute stopped clock game.  Last year's MVP was Deondre Otis of SHCP.

We will have the Girls and Boys 3-point contests after their respective games.  In the three point contest each shooter will have one minute to make as many 3s as they can with 2 balls, a passer and a rebounder.  There will be a first round and final round (top 4).  There will be a trophy for the 3-point champions.  last years Champions were Nik Inalsingh of Bay and Jaime Hum-Nishikado of Convent.

We will have a slam dunk contest tentatively before the Boys Game but we may move it to half time if we are running late.  We give each dunker 30 seconds to make a dunk that each judge will score 1-10.  Highest aggregate scores advance.   We typically go three rounds but that depends on the number of contestants.  There will be a trophy for the Dunk Contest.  Last year's winner was Liam O'Reilly from SHCP.

There will be a $5 cost of admission for the fans which helps us recover our costs for the uniforms, trophies, referees, etc.  We usually break even but if there is a net gain the proceeds go to the Bay Area Warriors non-profit.  Please help spread the word to your family, friends and teammates so we can get a supportive crowd.

Note the game will again be held in memory of Coach Michael Gragnani who coached at Lincoln and SI.

The rosters are below but note we reserve the right to rebalance the teams at the last minute.  We strive to put the players from the same schools on the same teams.  If you have not done so already, please RSVP.  It is a real exercise for me to track all the invitees down so please look at the rosters and if you know any of the other invitees, please encourage them (girl invitees in particular) to participate.

This game is a lot of fun to bring the greater San Francisco basketball community together and have a lot of fun in a final High School Game.   Thanks for participating.

Coach Randy Bessolo

University HS and Bay Area Warriors

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Girls Red Team coached by Mary Hile from University HS

Katie Lo, University

Sarah Fenberg, University

Sydney Raggio, St. Ignatius

Joleen Yang, St. Ignatius

Tyler Brown, St. Ignatius

Josie Little, St. Ignatius

Brianna Beckman, St. Ignatius

Erin Hanley, St. Ignatius

Janessa Manzano, St. Ignatius

Jessie Trieu, Balboa

Brianna Tompkins, Balboa

Lynelle Magnt, ICA

Leigh Pomerantz, Marin Academy

Ruth Cho, Marin Academy

Alex Ahrens, Bay

Michelle Chui, Bay

Tamirah Galloread, Drew

Ruby Holman, Drew

Girls White Team coached by Greg Hom of Lick-Wilmerding HS

Sabrina Larsen, Lick-Wilmerding

Julia Thompson, Lick-Wilmerding (not able to attend)

Michelle Gee, Lick-Wilmerding (not able to attend)

Kayla Coloyan, SHCP

A'Shanti Coleman, SHCP

Gabrielle Vigil, SHCP

Kaimani Perez, SHCP

Allyson Lui, Lowell

Karina Gaarzona, Lowell (not able to attend)

Kiki Nakano, Washington

Charme Nordzee, Washington

Marissa Louie, Galileo

Karen Wong, Galileo

Natalie Sears, Urban (unable to attend)

Vicky Veleshae, Urban

Cassidy Elkins, Urban

Cienna Gray, International

Taylor Mcneil, Mercy

Gabby Jajeh, Mercy

Nelly Escobar, Mercy

Jazzlyn Mortan, Gateway

Emma Sterns, Waldorff

Maya Silverman, Waldorff

Boys Red Team coached by Jolinko Lassiter of Washington HS

Darren Ho, Washington

Ernest Moore, Washington

Armani Hall, Washington

Ross Baba, Washington

Minkya Park, Washington

Deniel Butler, Wallenberg

Ryomo Ono, Wallenberg

Tareez Blaylock, Lincoln

Devyn Dao, Lincoln

Karim Ndiaye, Riordan

Michael Johnson, Riordan

Christian Banks, Riordan (not able to attend)

Max Randall, Riordan (not able to attend)

Rob Colton, Riordan

Armani Collins, Stuart Hall

Tyler Ryan, Stuart Hall

Pavlos Peritos, Stuart Hall

Will Hackel, Stuart Hall

Rowen Williams, Urban

Eddie Lieberman, Urban

Charlie Boone, Drew

Boys White Team coached by Carl Jacobs of Lowell HS

Soren Carpenter, Lowell

Antonio Hughes, Lowell

David Parsons, SHCP

Omari Brown, SHCP

Dom Burke, St. Ignatius

Sam Esser, Balboa

Jerrell Stancil, Mission

Marcel Walderon, Marshall

Johny Caples, Jordan

Brandon Lew, University

Naod Sebhatleab, University

Ethan Lampert, University

Brian Palmigiano, University (not able to attend)

Aaron Long, Lick-Wilmerding

Kyle Roach, Marin Academy

Connor Roach, Marin Academy

Star Katz, Marin Academy

Patch Johanson (not able to attend)

Phillip Lassen, International

John Ludeke, Bay

Trigg Hurley, Bay

Bay Area Warriors Ready for the Spring

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The Bay Area Warriors will be playing in Double Pumps' Spring Hoopfest in Anaheim 4/10-12 and in Gerry Freitas' NoCal Spring Showcase in Oakland 4/24-26.  Our first game in Anaheim will be at 9:30 pm vs. Arizona Flight (court D1).  The second game will be Saturday at 12:30 pm (court tbd).
Here is our roster of student athletes, the majority of whom are very good students looking for good academic schools
Class of 2015:
Robert Colton, 6'6" wing, Riordan - Australian national who is strong, tough and athletic.  Can score inside or out.  Very good shooter.  Robert's transfer was not approved by the CCS so he did not play last year and is completely under the radar. very good student.
Tareez Blaylock, 6'2" guard, Lincoln - scorer with great motor who may be even better on the defensive side of the ball.  AAA Player of the Year.  Juco prospect.
Class of 2016:
Will Emery, 6'8" forward, St. Ignatius - very versatile, can play inside or out.  Great 3-point shooter on O and shot blocker on D.  All-WCAL as Junior.  Great Student.
Sean Gilmore, 6'7" forward, University HS - very versatile, can play inside or out and good shot blocker on Defense.  Hit 35% of 3's this HS Season.   Had dunk in D5 State Championship Game. All-League.  Very Good Student.
Eric Galindo, 5'11" point guard, Riordan - very skilled with great feel for the game.  Can score and distribute including being a great shooter.  Two year starter in WCAL.  very good student.
Andrew Panicacci, 6'5" wing, Marin Catholic - great competitor on both sides of the ball with long and quick arms.  Very good shooter.  Very good Student
Sepher Agnese, 6' guard, Marin Catholic - quick and fast.  Unselfish creator who can also really shoot it.  Very good Student
Jushan Samra, 6'4" forward, Dougherty Valley - tough and strong with good skills.  Very good student
David Saadnezhadi, 6'1" guard, St. Ignatius - tough, skilled guard.  Very good student
Adam Davidoff, 6' guard, St. Ignatius - tough smart player.  Very good student
Ryan Lipton, 6'1" guard, University HS - great shooter.  Hit 3 -3s in D5 State Championship Game vs. Sierra Canyon.  Very good student
Mattie Mrlik, 6' guard, University HS - Tough do it all player.  Hit 42% (62) of his 3's this season.  All-League and Chronicle All-Metro recognition. Great Student (mostly playing club soccer in spring). Very good student
Ishaaq Muhamed, 6'6" forward, Marshall - Athletic forward, good student
Class of 2017:
Will Baumbacher, 6'2" guard, St. Ignatius - smart, skilled and tough.  Significant contributer in rugged WCAL as soph.  Very Good student.
Daniel Bessolo, 6'3" guard, Valley Christian - fast and athletic big guard who can really get to the rim, defend and rebound.  Very Good Student.

2015 Schedule Announced

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 2015 Bay Area Warriors Schedule (16U and 17U)


Dates                           Event                                                   Location

March 22                     Work-out                                             UHS

March 28-29                Work-outs                                           UHS

April 3-5                      Oakland Soldiers Extravaganza          Oakland  

April 10-12                  Double Pump Hoopfest                      Anaheim

                                    (NCAA sanctioned)

                                    Oakland Rebels Tourney                    Oakland

April 24-26                  NorCal Spring Showcase                    Oakland

                                    (NCAA sanctioned)

May 15-17                   The City Championship                      San Francisco (CCSF)

May 23-25                   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 10-12                   Hoop Review Event                           CCSF

                                    (NCAA sanctioned)               

July 17-19                   Pangos Event                                      Los Angeles

                                    (NCAA sanctioned)

July 22-26                   Las Vegas Live (or Fab 48)                Las Vegas

                                    (NCAA sanctioned)


Any questions, please call Coach Randy (415) 418-4568

Red Team Wins Sunday League Championship

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The Red Team coached by League alum Brian Palmigiano survived tough challenges from the Gold and White Teams to win the 10th Annual Sunday League Championship.   The Final game was an overtime thriller with big buckets by Reid Little and Max Fried down the stretch after Selascie Smith's bucket with 3 seconds to go sent the game into overtime.  The Jacobsen brothers had some impressive games leading the Gold Team.  Congrats to all the players from the Red, White, Blue and Gold Teams and best of luck to all in your school seasons.

10th Annual City League for 7th and 8th Grade Boys

iphone 12.2.13 016 The Bay Area Warriors will again host a Mini-League for 7th and 8th Grade Boys starting November 16th and continuing November 23rd and 30th in San Francisco.  This league is a great way for players to prepare for their upcoming school season, meet other ballers and have fun.  The league is typically very competitive with many of the players going on to play in High School and several going on to play in college (see League Alumni list below).  If you are interested in signing up your son please contact Coach Randy Bessolo at 415 418 4568 or


League Alums playing in College:

Noah Springwater - Columbia

Stephen Domingo - Georgetown and Cal

Taylor Johns - UC Riverside

Jiday Ugbaja - Sacramento State

Trevor Dunbar - Washington State

Troy Rike - Wake Forest

Johnny Mrlik - Vassar

Harold Getz - Lewis & Clark

David Medoff - Haverford

Jack Gale - Middlebury

Joe Slocum - Alaska Fairbanks

Harrison Golding - Pomona

Ikenna Nwadibia - Kenyon


Warriors End Summer in Vegas

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The Bay Area Warriors-17s finished their Summer AAU season in Las Vegas going 2-2 including an especially good win over the Dallas Pacers to secure 2nd place in their pool.  The Warriors went a respectable 9-7 in the 4 NCAA sanctioned events they participated in during the Spring and Summer and 18-13 overall.  Bay Area Warriors-Blue also finished their summer in Las Vegas and closed out on high note with two wins in bracket play.  More significantly all the guys on both teams improved their games, were scouted by numerous college coaches and had a lot of fun.   We wish all the guys a lot of success in the 2014-15 high school season.



July Roster and Schedule

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This week-end we will have two Bay Area Warriors Teams in Gerry Freitas' NorCal Summer Tip-off at CCSF on 7/12-13.  Both Teams will also be in the Pangos Cream of the Crop in LA 7/18-19 and in Hal Pastner's Bigfoothoops Las Vegas Classic from 7/23-27.
Bay Area Warriors -17s (Will play Saturday at CCSF at 9:30 and 11:30 and on Sunday at 1:30 (CCSF) and 3:30 (Lick))
Jemeil King - Lincoln HS (2015) - 6'3" guard.  Great speed and motor.  Very skilled with good feel for the game.
Demar Dunn - Salesian (2015) - 5'11" guard.  Great motor and competitor.  Older brother (Mario) is D1 player at Montana
Tarrez Blaylock - Lincoln (2015) - 6'2" guard.  Great motor, defender and shooter
Henry Feinberg - Branson (2016) - 6'4" guard.  Very skilled and athletic.  Great student
Ben Pust - California HS (2015) - 6'3" wing.  Very skilled and versatile with great feel for the game.  Good student
Darren Ho - Washington HS (2015) - 6'6" long and very skilled post player
Will Emery - St. Ignatius (2016) - 6'7" very long and athletic.  Can play inside or out.  Good shooter.  Great student
Devan Fore - Leadership (2015) - scorer with shooting range
Hunter Patterson - Salesian (2015) - Very skilled point guard
Sam Esser - Balboa (2015) - 5'10" shooter with NBA range.  Can create own shot.
Matt Chodish - RL Stevenson (2015) - 6'3" Wing.  Good skills.  Good student.
Ishaaq Muahmmed - Marshall (2016) - 6'4" long and athletic
Case Dufrane - Half Moon Bay (2015) - 6'7" skilled forward who can play inside or out.  Good defender.  Good student.
Bay Area Warriors - Facter (Will play Saturday at CCSF at 8:30 and 10:30 and on Sunday at 9:30 (Lick) and 2:30 (CCSF))
Ikenna Anigbogu - Gateway HS (2016) - 6'7" power forward with strength and good athleticism.  Good defender and rebounder with upside.
Clayton Ladine - Riordan (2016) - 5'11" pg with great skills, good shooter and good motor
Liam Dwyer - Salisbury Prep School (2015) - 6'3" athletic scorer.  Good skills and motor.
Sean Gilmore - University (2016) - 6'6" wing.  Long versatile and real good shooter. great student.
Brandon Lew - University (2015) - 5'10" pg, great shooter, skills and feel for game.  Can create shot with range. Great student
Brian Palmigiano - University (2015) - 6'3" Long limbed guard with good skills, shot and feel for the game.  Great student
Naod Sebhatlieb - University (2015) - 6'5" Big and Agile with nice skills and feel for the game.  Great Student
Ethan Lampert - University (2015) - 6'5" forward.  Good athlete and competitor. Great Student
Micah Bessolo - Valley Christian (2015) -6'4" forward.  Good strength and versatile skills
Jack Ryan - Deerfield (2015) - 6'3" forward. Good athlete.  Great student.
Sepher Agnesse - Marin Catholic (2016) - 5'11" guard.  Good skills and motor
Daniel Bessolo - Valley Christian (2017) - 6'2" guard.  Great athlete and defender.  Slasher on Offense
Nick - Gateway (2017) - pg. good skills

Warriors Close-out Spring and Prepare for July

i-phone 6.2.14 003 The Bay Area Warriors 17s went 2-2 at the Memorial Day Classic finishing the Spring with a 12-7 record.  The 16s also won two games in the event.

Both Bay Area Warriors teams will take off all of June so the guys can play with their HS teams and then regroup after the 4th of July week-end.

In July both teams will play in the following events:

July 12-13 in HoopReview NorCal Classic at CCSF

Jul7 18-19 in Pangos Cream of the Crop Classic in Los Angeles (Garden Grove)

July 24-27 in the Bigfoot Las Vegas Classic




Warriors Roll through the Spring Evaluation Period

iphone 5.21.14 039 The Warriors went 3-1 in Sacramento during the NCAA Evaluation Period Tournament run by Gerry Freitas.  The Warriors knocked off the Nevada Wolverines, Fast Break (from LA) and NorCal Warriors before falling by 3 points to Lakeshow Black.

In the City Championship Tournament Both Warriors teams went 2-1 advancing to the QuarterFinals.  The 17s lost to eventual Champion Greenline by 1 point and sport a 10-5 record to date in the Spring season

Both Warriors teams will be in action this week-end at the Memorial Day Classic.

Pictured above Deondre Otis who starred in Sacramento and was the MVP of the City All Star Game

City Championship Tournament includes 64 Teams

On 5/16-18 the Bay Area Warriors hosted the 7th Annual City Championship Basketball Tournament at CCSF and Riordan HS.  64 teams participated on two 32  team brackets (16s and 17s).  This was the largest field of teams ever in the tournament.  

Greenline was the 17s City Champions

Oakland Soldiers 16s Blue and Oakland Soldiers 15s Elite were Co-City Champions in the 16s division.

Thanks to all the teams that participated.


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City All Star Game a Success

The 7th Annual City All Star Game attract several hundred fans who came to send off the Senior All Stars from the AAA, WCAL  and BCL.  The game was again held in memory of the late Lincoln coach Michael Gragnani and his mother Diane was welcomed by all the players before the Boys game tipped off. Girls Game MVP was Danielle Palmer of International HS (Red Team)

Girls 3 Point Champion was Jaime Hum-Nishikado of Convent

Boys 3 Point Champion - Nik Inalsingh of Bay

Boys Dunk Contest Champion - Liam O'Reilly of SHCP

Boys Game MVP - Deondre Otis of SHCP

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Rosters are Announced for 7th Annual City All Star Game on 5/2 at CCSF

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City All Stars,
We are less than a week away for the 7th Annual City All Star Game.  This will be a fun way for Seniors to end their high school career and to bring the San Francisco basketball community together.  It is also important because the game is in memory of Coach Mike Gragnani who was the Lincoln Head Coach and sadly passed away during the 2010-11 season.
You will just need to show-up at least 30 to 45 minutes prior to your game time.  The Girls will play at 5:30 and the Boys at approximately 7:00 pm.  We will provide a t-shirt uniform that you can keep as a thank you for participating.  You will need to bring your own shorts, shoes and game.  We will select an MVP of each game and provide an award.
We will be having a 3-point shooting contest for both the Girls and Boys.  Each participant will get 1 minute to make as many 3-pointers as they can with 2 balls and a rebounder.  The first round of the Girls contest will be before the Girls game at 5:00 and the Final round will be after the Girls Game.  If you want to participate just show up by 5:00.  Both rounds of the Boys 3-point contest will be after the Boys Game.  There will be a trophy for the winners
We will also have a Slam Dunk Contest before the Boys Game.  We will let the Boys teams warm-up in lay-up lines and then anyone who wants to participate will be given 30 seconds to score a dunk which will then be scored.  We typically have 3 rounds.  There will be a trophy for the winner.
Note, we do not charge you anything to participate in this event, but we do charge $5 for admission which is used to off-set our costs.  We typically break even but if there is a surplus it goes to our non-profit, Bay Area Warriors .  Please spread the word to your family, friends and teammates so we can get a supportive crowd
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We have divided the All Stars into Red and White Teams.  We keep players from the same schools together.  We reserve the right to make last minute adjustments, if necessary to balance the rosters.  Note I have been able to reach almost all of the invitees but please make sure your fellow HS teammates get the word just in case I have not been able to reach them.
If you have questions, feel free to contact me.
Randy Bessolo
University HS and Bay Area Warriors
415 418 4568
Boys Red Team - Coached by Matt Jackson of Lincoln HS
Seth Snoddy - Lincoln
Da'vion Telfor - Lincoln
Kylan Jones - Lincoln
Tyree Marzetta - Lincoln
Evan Louie - Lowell
Sam Pollard - Lowell
Isaac Armstrong - Galileo
Abai Asmelash - Galileo
Troy Rike - St. Ignatius
Jack Gale - University
David Allen - Lick-Wilmerding
Kaneem Thorton - Lick-Wilmerding
Jiday Ugbaja - Riordan
Chiefy Ugbaja - Riordan
Zach Masoli - Riordan
Robert Valencia - Riordan
Justice Skolnik - Bay
Nik Inalsingh - Bay
Boys White Team - Coached by Dezebee Miles of Marshall HS
Jason Smith - Marshall
Mizell Parker - Marshall
Ibraheem Muhammed - Marshall
Lamar Anderson - Balboa
James Woods - Balboa
Armond Caradine - Mission
Khristian Chiles - Wallenberg
Malcom Bell - Washington
Ricky Lee Johnson - Washington
Harrison Golding - Urban
Alex Seutin - International
Elliott Beilin - International
Deondre Otis - Sacred Heart Cathedral
Liam O'Reilly - Sacred Heart Cathedral
Trevor Dunbar - St. Ignatius
Jaren Yang - St. Ignatius
Julian Marcu - St. Ignatius
Tristan Wentworth - St. Ignatius
Girls Red Team - Coached by Charlene Murphy of International HS
Natalie Kelly - International
Dannielle Palmer - International
Kassie Encinas - International
Veronica Henry - Burton
Alyssa DelaCruz - Burton
Annie Zhao - Burton
Cassidy Chan - Galileo
Sarah Lim - Galileo
Kim Fung - Galileo
Jane Marie Gunn - Galileo
Nancy Yu - Marshall
Tracy Yu - Marshall
Kayla Symanovich - University
Gabby Chua - University
Kim Tom - St. Ignatius
Quinci Mann - St. Ignatius
Paige Marquez - St. Ignatius
Girls White Team - Coached by Nate Lundy of Lick-Wilmerding HS
Aki Shurelds - Lick-Wilmerding
Toby Harris - Lick Wilmerding
Kelly Wong - Lowell
Kelly Eshima - Lowell
Mandy Che - Lowell
Triana Anderson - Lowell
Mari Kuwano - Washington
Amy Luong - Washington
Yvonne Faasavalu - Balboa
Ezra DeAsis - Lincoln
Cheray Piper - Lincoln
Alyssa Wu - Lincoln
Jaime Hum-Nishikado - Convent
Nicole Segura - Mercy
GeAnna Summers-Luaulu - SHCP
Kai'ree Howard - SHCP
Cassandra Friedrich - SHCP
Angela Dailey - SHCP

Jiday Ugbaja Signs Letter of Intent with Sac State

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Jiday Ugbaja of Archbishop Riordan became the 12th Bay Area Warrior to go D1 when he signed his letter of intent with Sacramento State of the Big Sky Conference.  Jiday was a two time All-WCAL player.

Some other Bay Area Warriors who have committed to colleges recently include:

Jack Gale of University HS to Middlebury

Tony Caletti of Branson to Vassar

Tristan Wentworth of St. Ignatius to Vassar

Samson Donnick of Redwood, Choate to MIT

We expect other Warriors of the Class of 2014 to make commitments over the remainder of the Spring and Summer