East Bay high school basketball scores for Friday 1/8

League play continues tonight for boys and girls basketball in the DFAL, DVAL and MVAL — plus the OAL gets underway and EBAL boys resume action. Here’s our list of final scores for tonight. Check back here for updates as final scores roll in:

Dougherty Valley 61, Alhambra 38
Acalanes 59, Las Lomas 46
Campolindo 65, Miramonte 55
Northgate 66, Ygnacio Valley 24
College Park 57, Concord 55
Berean Christian at Mt. Diablo, not available
Monte Vista 53, Granada 39
Foothill 49, California 28
De La Salle 74, Livermore 25
Amador Valley 51, San Ramon Valley 47
Washington 60, Mission San Jose 40
Moreau Catholic 86, Irvington 42
Kennedy at James Logan, not available
American at Newark Memorial, not available
Oakland Tech 84, McClymonds 66
Oakland 79, Castlemont 47
Fremont 58, Skyline 43
Piedmont 96, Tennyson 44
San Lorenzo 55, Arroyo 52
Acalanes 91, Las Lomas 18
Dougherty Valley 55, Alhambra 40
Miramonte 95, Campolindo 50
Concord 62, College Park 50
Berean Christian 44, Mt. Diablo 32
Northgate at Ygnacio Valley, not available
Granada 45, Monte Vista 38
California 58, Foothill 43
Livermore at Carondelet, not available
Amador Valley at San Ramon Valley, not available
Moreau Catholic 47, Irvington 28
Mission San Jose 55, Washington 35
Newark Memorial 61, American 42
James Logan 69, Kennedy 23
McClymonds at Oakland Tech, not available
Castlemont at Oakland, not available
Fremont at Skyline, not available
Encinal 59, San Leandro 34
Castro Valley 58, Mt. Eden 46

East Bay high school basketball scores for Tuesday 1/5

Tonight is the first evening of league basketball action for the DFAL, DVAL , EBAL and MVAL, and there are several nonleague games. Here’s our list of final scores for tonight. Check back here for updates as final scores roll in:

CSD 58, Contra Costa Christian 40
Dougherty Valley 71, Dublin 63
Miramonte 74, Acalanes 41
Las Lomas 65, Campolindo 56
Berean Christian 64, Ygnacio Valley 51
Clayton Valley Charter 73, Mt. Diablo 30
College Park 58, Northgate 53
De La Salle 61, San Ramon Valley 40
California 81, Granada 59
Monte Vista 61, Amador Valley 40
Foothill 53, Livermore 28
Moreau Catholic 92, Mission San Jose 45
Newark Memorial 55, Washington 49
James Logan 87, Irvington 40
Kennedy 43, American 42
Athenian 71, Bay Tech 47
Heritage 79, Vintage-Napa 64
Pittsburg 77, Oakland Tech 73, OT
College Prep 56, The Bay School-S.F. 53
Benicia 74, Saint Mary’s 68, OT
Lodi 73, Fremont 63
Valley Christian 62, Patten Academy 42
CSD 34, Contra Costa Christian 30
Dublin 53, Dougherty Valley 37
Miramonte 89, Acalanes 34
Campolindo 83, Las Lomas 25
Clayton Valley Charter 79, Mt. Diablo 12
Northgate 41, College Park 35
Ygnacio Valley at Berean Christian, not available
Monte Vista 40, Amador Valley 24
California 52, Granada 44
Foothill 63, Livermore 34
American 63, Kennedy 22
Newark Memorial 65, Washington 43
James Logan 67, Irvington 32
Mission San Jose 46, Moreau Catholic 27
Hercules 48, Concord 33
Lincoln-Stockton 56, Liberty 39
Albany 64, College Prep 55
Athenian 47, Livermore Charter Prep 21
Emery 69, Head-Royce 37
Envision Academy 53, Richmond 34

West Coast Jamboree divisional championship results

The year-end high school girls basketball party is over with the conclusion of the West Coast Jamboree. Ten of the tournament’s 16 divisional title game included teams from the East Bay, an impressive showing for local schools in the 128-team tourney. Here are results as they come in:

Platinum Division: Long Beach Poly 65, Bishop O’Dowd 55, final

Diamond Division:  Brea Olinda 65, Carondelet 62, final

Amethyst Division: Encinal 61, Santa Rosa 52, final

Coral Division: Chico 65, Albany 52, final

Emerald Division: Castro Valley 50, Del Oro-Loomis 49, final

Garnet Division: Mt. Shasta 42, Berean Christian 37, final

Jade Division: Dougherty Valley 40, Justin-Siena-Napa 23, final

Quartz Division: Concord 57, Middletown 47, final

Sapphire Division: Fairmont Prep-Anaheim 82, Campolindo 58, final

Zircon Division: Dublin 71, Central-Fresno 63, final




De La Salle football coach national finalist

Justin Alumbaugh, De La Salle High’s football coach, is one of six finalists for the U.S Army All-American Bowl National Coach of the Year Award, the bowl selection committee announced this afternoon.

Alumbaugh led the Spartans to the CIF Open Division state championship bowl victory on Dec. 19 with a 28-21 win over previously undefeated Centennial-Corona. De La Salle’s only loss this season was in its opener to Trinity-Euless-Tx. by the score of 26-21. De La Salle (13-1) finished the season No. 1 in the nation in the MaxPreps.com Freeman Rankings (Centennial, the previous No. 1 team in those rankings, is now No. 2). In the MaxPreps.com Xcellent 25, De La Salle is ranked No. 3 behind Katy-Tx. (16-0) and Colquitt County-Moultrie, Ga. (15-0)

Centennial coach Matt Logan is the only other California coach of the six national finalists. Katy coach Gary Joseph is also a finalist.



Moreau Catholic’s Oscar Frayer narrows list to four schools

Moreau Catholic High School boys basketball star Oscar Frayer has narrowed his college list to four schools, he announced on Twitter today, and it includes a local university.

He wrote that the schools, in no order, were Oregon State, Grand Canyon University, Nevada and Saint Mary’s.

Frayer de-committed from Cal in November. He had committed to the Bears in 2014 before his junior year.

The 6-foot-7 wing averaged 19.5 points, 10.5 rebounds and 3.5 steals per game in the Mariners’ first six games this season.



De La Salle football moves up in national rating

The De La Salle High football team, which beat Centennial-Corona 28-21 for its second straight CIF Open Division state bowl game title, has moved up to No. 1 on the MaxPreps.com Top 150 Computer Football Ratings for Dec. 20. The Spartans (13-1) have a rating of 82.8 in the rankings to move ahead of Centennial (14-1), which is No. 2 with a rating of 81.9. Katy-Texas (16-0) is third (81.0) and St. John Bosco-Bellflower (13-1) is fourth (80.8).