For the first time in 13 years the Lancers have bested the Jackrabbits in a Moore League bout. Lead by sophomore G Atin Wright, who was firing on all cylinders ending the night with a game high 38pts. Despite a STRONG effort from Darryl Polk Jr. (31pts, 9rebs, 8asts, 7stls) the Jackrabbits couldn’t regain control of the game. Check out the Beach City Hoops recap of last nights face off!
Cacoa Chatman is a young guard out of St. Anthonys who's ringing the alarm and waking the hoop world up one team at a time! Check out some of his highlights from their double digit win against Damien HS, courtesy of Beach City Hoops!
Soccer has been her love since age 4, but Chloe Robinson decided to add a second sport to her agenda. With the aid of her soccer skills Robinson has earned a spot on the Millikan football team as the kicker! Her love for football came from watching her big cousin Joey, who growing up was like an older brother to Robinson. Outside of being a dual sport athlete she is apart of the student council, several different clubs on campus, loves helping her community, and still finds ways to have a social life. Robinson has hopes of getting a scholarship in either soccer or football and has schools like UCLA, Florida State, Western Oregon, and Cal State Dominguez on her list. Although she has a true love for sports she is using them as a tool, a means to further her education. Robinson has plans to major in Psychology and eventually enter the field of Criminal Justice. She's clearly up for all challenges and confident in herself to be successful in any field...On any field. Follow Chloe Robinson on Twitter and keep up with her as caps off her high school career!
According to Beach City Hoops their are a couple of Juniors on the Jackrabbits roster who are showing huge upside early on. To start 6'2 G Giordan Williams is an offensive and defensive force with his athleticism, quickness, and length he could surely pose as a strong scoring option for Poly. Second is 5'8 PG Jonathan Hill, who has shown huge improvement in his game over the yearsis showing great court vision and that he can knock down the open jumper. A great contribution to the Darryl Polk/Jesse Galloway backcourt. Lastly there's the 6'0 SG Justin Rene is another guy who can put the ball in the hole at will and with the knowledge and growth that will come with this season and seasons to come you can bet the sky will be the limit for him and the '19 class. Check out BCH's recap and keep an eye on the Jackrabbit class of 2019