CCS Top 20 teams, ranked by wins


 

SIXTEEN WINS

Christopher (Gilroy) ^

Fremont (Sunnyvale) ^

Lynbrook (San Jose) ^

Pioneer (San Jose) ^

Sobrato (Morgan Hill) ^

SEVENTEEN WINS

Burlingame ^

Gunn (Palo Alto)^

Menlo-Atherton ^

Palma (Salinas)

St. Ignatius (San Francisco)

San Lorenzo Valley (Felton)

San Benito (Hollister)

Silver Creek (San Jose)^

EIGHTEEN WINS

Leland (San Jose)^

Los Altos ^

Mitty (San Jose)
Mountain View ^

Santa Cruz ^

TWENTY WINS

Alvarez (Salinas) ^

Aptos ^

Oakwood (Morgan Hill) 23

Sacred Heart (Atherton)

^ public

Sharpshooting Aidan Braccia of SHP –I’m sure it was a splash

edit to add, two weeks later: Gunn finished among 30 of 130 teams in CCS with 17 or more wins; top quarter; Paly finished with 18 wins. I saw Riordan twice, Sacred Heart twice, Cupertino twice, Paly five times, Gunn six times. Also: San Ramon twice. I saw half of CCS championships of both boys and girls – i.e. I came at half of one and left at half of the other, in Santa Cruz for the Dessa concert. I’m done for the season unless San Ramon or Paly has an interesting NorCal game. I think I saw parts of 20 prep games total. MaxPreps has Gunn #28, Paly #23. Gunn beat Paly in a thriller (“Hot Rog Lincoln”) but one of the moms pointed out that her son was hobbled by Achilles Heel and that another stalwart was out due to Covid. I think I met three Gunn hoops family members and three more from Paly. 

I went to the CCS championships in Santa Cruz because I arrived early for my concert and asked a tall man my age, wearing a Colorado College sweatshirt if he was going to the games; it turned out he was Patrick Jones, father of Haley Jones the Stanford star and Mitty alumna. His wife Monique joined him and they said they’d see me Saturday at the Stanford game (one of 10 I caught, plus one mens). 

 

 

 

 

About markweiss86

Mark Weiss, founder of Plastic Alto blog, is a concert promoter and artist manager in Palo Alto, as Earthwise Productions, with background as journalist, advertising copywriter, book store returns desk, college radio producer, city council and commissions candidate, high school basketball player, and blogger; he also sang in local choir, fronts an Allen Ginsberg tribute Beat Hotel Rm 32 Reads 'Howl' and owns a couple musical instruments he cannot play
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