Advertisement
High School Sports

Basketball: Southern California and Northern California Regional results and updated schedule

Basketballs sit in a rack on the court
(Associated Press)

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS

BOYS REGIONAL FINALS

Open Division: Sierra Canyon 63, Etiwanda 61

Division I: Ribet Academy 45, Renaissance Academy 31

Advertisement

Division II: St. Francis 53, Eastvale Roosevelt 44

Division III: Arroyo Grande 79, Burbank Providence 69

Division IV: Bakersfield Christian 57, Palisades 43

Division V: Eastside 53, Los Angeles Roosevelt 48

Advertisement

GIRLS REGIONAL FINALS

Open Division: La Jolla Country Day 59, Windward 48

Division I: Rosary 55, San Diego Cathedral 48

Division II: Palisades 51, Santa Monica 36

Division III: Paloma Valley 60, Peninsula 48

Division IV: Lancaster 46, Ontario Christian 36

Division V: East Bakersfield 56, San Diego Madison 42

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Advertisement

BOYS

OPEN DIVISION

Regional semifinal

Sacramento Sheldon 59, Dublin 58

BOYS REGIONAL FINALS

Open Division: #1 Sacramento Sheldon vs. #3 Oakland Bishop O’Dowd at Laney College (Oakland), THURSDAY, 7 p.m.

Division I: Moraga Campolindo 54, Concord De La Salle 49

Division II: Stockton Weston Ranch 62, Vallejo St. Patrick-St. Vincent 61

Advertisement

Division III: Albany St. Mary’s 68, Carmel 53

Division IV: Stockton Brookside Christian advanced after San Francisco Lincoln withdrew

Division V: San Anselmo San Domenico 58, Arbuckle Pierce 37

GIRLS REGIONAL FINALS

Open Division: San Jose Mitty 69, Alameda St. Joseph Notre Dame 53

Division I: Oakland Bishop O’Dowd 62, Richmond Salesian 60

Division II: Oakland Tech 57, Clovis 41

Division III: Albany St. Mary’s 68, Portola Valley Woodside Priory 59

Division IV: Hanford Sierra Pacific 52, Colfax 39

Division V: Ross Branson 57, Cottonwood West Valley 48


Newsletter
Go beyond the scoreboard

Get the latest on L.A.'s teams in the daily Sports Report newsletter.

You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times.
Advertisement