P2P NCS Boys Basketball Honors
Jordan Ratinho led De La Salle to a trip to the CIF State Open Division championship game.

ALL-NORTH COAST SECTION

Player of the Year
JORDAN RATINHO, DE LA SALLE


By HAROLD ABEND
Prep2Prep

Jordan Ratinho of De La Salle could not have been a better player to have on the court for first-year Coach AJ Kuhle.

Now, after leading De La Salle to a sixth CIF Northern California Regional title and an 11th CIF North Coast Section championship, the University of San Francisco-bound Kuhle has been named the Prep2Prep NCS Player of the Year.

“Jordan did everything we asked of him to make our team successful,” said Kuhle, who took over this season for legendary De La Salle Coach Franck Allocco, and played for Allocco on the Spartans 2000 state championship team. “Scoring, passing, rebounding, shoot the 3-pointer, play tough defense, he would get the job done.

Ratinho was the offensive leader of the Open Division state runners-up with per game averages of 18.7 points on 69 3-pointers, 52-percent on his field goals and 82-percent from the free-throw line, but as long 6-5 wing type player gave him the ability to guard taller players or quick point guards as well. He also hit the glass at a 4.8 rebounds per game pace.

His biggest assignment came in the state title game where he was matched up against McDonald’s All-American Lonzo Ball of Chino Hills. Ball and his mates on a team that was ranked No. 1 in the nation by every major rankings service, would eventually take over in a 70-50 victory, but Ratinho gave him fits in the first half and the Spartans actually led 30-28 at halftime of a game where Chino Hills got as good a test against any non-nationally ranked team as it did all season.

With Ratinho hounding him, Ball was only 1-of-7 shooting overall in the first half and 1-of-3 from 3-point range. He continued to defend him well throughout the second half but when the dam broke in the late going, Ball got some easy dunks and finished with 15 points, 10 rebounds and five assists.

No one was mentioning Ratinho for any national honors but he outscored ball with 16 points, plus he had eight rebounds and three assists.

“He’s a winner,” Kuhle continued by text from a Sr. Kairos retreat that Ratinho is also attending. “I loved watching him play all year long. His practices were especially great because of how competitive he was every day. He makes others better.”

Ratinho was a four-year starter at De La Salle with the first three under Allocco before he left last season to become an associate head coach at USF where Ratinho has committed.

The Livermore native was also a star soccer player prior to high school and before he started to grow taller, continuing from his 6-2 height when he entered De La Salle

Besides the Prep2Prep honor, Ratinho was named the NorCalPreps/Rivals Northern California Player of the Year and the San Francisco Chronicle Metro Player of the Year as well.


Coach of the Year
DON LIPPI, ST. JOSEPH NOTRE DAME

Don Lippi earned his 800th coaching win and led St. Joseph Notre Dame to a CIF State Division V title.

By HAROLD ABEND
Prep2Prep

In a year of significant accomplishments for St. Joseph Notre Dame-Alameda Coach Don Lippi, Prep2Prep is going to join the groundswell by naming him the North Coast Section Boys Basketball Coach of the Year.

With an exciting 55-50 victory over St. Bernard-Playa Del Rey in the CIF Division V state title game, his 2015-2016 team won the school’s sixth CIF state championship and his fourth since re-taking the Pilots helm in 2004.

The previous state championships for Lippi were in Division IV in 2004 and in Division V in 2011 and 2014. Lippi’s teams were also runner’s up three times, including a heartbreaking 47-46 loss to Horizon-San Diego in 2013 on a last second banked in 3-pointer. Still, that means he has seven Northern California titles in his current 13-year stint at St. Joseph Notre Dame.

The state title game victory also gave the 68-year old Lippi another milestone and that was his 800th career coaching win. Lippi is now the ninth coach in state history to reach 800 career wins. The list includes all-time leader Gary McKnight (Mater Dei-Santa Ana), Mike LeDuc (now at Damien-La Verne), Tom Orlich (Clovis West-Fresno), Mike Phelps (Bishop O’Dowd-Oakland), Lou Cvijanovich (Santa Clara-Oxnard), Ed Azzam (Westchester-Los Angeles), Willie West (Crenshaw-Los Angeles) and Elio “Abe” Abrami (Emery-Emeryville). Of note is none of those coaches or any that won 700 or 600 games won the milestone game in a state championship.

“Just to be in the NCS is an honor with all the great coaches I coach with, but to be honored as the NCS Coach of the Year is quite a special honor and a tremendous accomplishment for our team,” said Lippi, who then added. “What you do at Prep2Prep by getting the kids involved as journalists is really neat. Thank you for honoring me.”

In a way it was a homecoming of sorts for a coach that began his career in 1980 at a St. Joseph that was all boys back then. It didn’t work out and Lippi began a journey that has made him the only coach in California history to win a section championship in four different sections.

In total Lippi has won 11 section titles at four different schools in his 37-year career. After St. Joseph he went to St. Patrick-St. Vincent-Vallejo where he won one CIF Sac-Joaquin Section title. After five years Lippi moved to Skyline-Oakland where from 1987-1990 he snagged two CIF Oakland Section championships. Lippi then crossed the bay to lead St. Ignatius-San Francisco where from 1991-2003 his Wildcats won one CIF Central Coast Section title.

Lippi came back to St. Joseph-Notre Dame in 2004 and in his first year back the team was an NCS champion and a D4 state champion and he was named the Cal-Hi Sports State Coach of the Year which is a rare accomplishment for a small school coach. The other six NCS championships have come in 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and this past season.

Next year his Pilots are moving back to Division IV and Lippi has no plans on missing any of the action.

“My son is a grad assistant St. Mary’s so I’m going to watch him grow and learn from Coach Bennett, but other than that there is no change,” Lippi remarked. “I’m happy, I’m in good health, I love what I’m doing, I get along with the kids, and I live across the street from the school. I’m starting to write a book about all the experiences and the people I’ve met, so some day I might retire and write the book, but right now I’m looking forward to D4 next year. I’m not going anywhere.”



Senior of the Year
SAYEED PRIDGETT, EL CERRITO

Pridgett was the Most Valuable Player in the Tri-County Athletic League-Rock division, a league in which three of its six teams won section titles in their respective divisions. The Montana commit scored 34 points in the NCS Division II title game win over Newark Memorial, a win which avenged a two-point regular-season loss.


Junior of the Year
DAMARI MILSTEAD, MOREAU CATHOLIC

The Most Valuable Player in the Mission Valley Athletic League led the Mariners to the NCS Division III title, and has offers from schools such as Cal, USC, and Oregon State.

“Damari is one of the toughest competitors I’ve ever coached,” said Moreau coach Frank Knight. “He works on his craft every day with the goal of being the best point guard in his class. He still has a very high ceiling and will only get better as his career continues.”


Sophomore of the Year
JAMES AKINJO, SALESIAN

Akinjo helped lead the Pride to the NCS Division IV crown with his ability to score both by getting to the rim and with his outside shooting. He is also able to take away opposing scorers in the backcourt as a strong defender. He was second-team all-TCAL-Rock, and was the team’s leading scorer in an overtime loss to De La Salle in the NorCal Open division.

Freshman of the Year
JADEN MCCLANAHAN, SALESIAN

McClanahan is another example of why Salesian will be a force again for the next few years, having started every game at point guard for the section champions. Jaden, his twin brother, Jovon, Akinjo, and Derrick Langford will form arguably the most dynamic backcourt in the section for the next couple seasons.



FIRST TEAM ALL-NCS

Jordan Ratinho, De La Salle
Position: Guard
Year: Senior

Ratinho did a bit of everything for the state runner-up Spartans, including 16 points in the Open Division state title game against Chino Hills.


Sayeed Pridgett, El Cerrito
Position: Forward
Year: Senior

Pridgett nearly averaged a double-double each game for the Gauchos, with nearly 22 points and over eight rebounds per game, leading El Cerrito to a 22-win season, a section title, and a berth in the NorCal title game.


Damari Milstead, Moreau Catholic
Position: Guard
Year: Junior

Milstead averaged over 19 points and five assists as the Mariners won 25 games this season, including a combined 64 points in the section semifinal and title game victories.


Calvin Geraci, San Marin
Position: Guard
Year: Senior

The Chico State-bound guard shouldered the load this season for the Mustangs, who lost two other veteran starters to injury. He was the Most Valuable Player of the Marin County Athletic League, averaging over 23 points and eight rebounds per game. That included 31 points in a playoff victory over Tamalpais.


Oscar Frayer, Moreau Catholic
Position: Forward
Year: Senior

Described by coach Frank Knight as a “walking double-double and a terror on the defensive end,” Frayer averaged over 15 points and 10 rebounds per game. The Grand Canyon commit had double-doubles in every NCS playoff game, and scored 37 points in a NorCal playoff loss to Sheldon.



SECOND TEAM ALL-NCS

Jade Smith, St. Joseph Notre Dame
Position: Guard
Year: Junior

Smith was all over the court for the section and state champion Pilots, averaging 17 points, nine rebounds, six assists, and five steals per game. He also scored 21 points in the CIF title game win over St. Bernard-Playa del Rey.


Gabe Knight, Windsor
Position: Forward
Year: Senior

The Most Valuable Player of the North Bay League was another double-double machine nearly every game, averaging over 17 points and eight rebounds per game. Knight led the Jaguars to 25 wins and a perfect regular-season in the NBL.


Spencer LaShells, Monte Vista
Position: Forward
Year: Senior

The Chico State-bound post player led the Mustangs in points and rebounds this season, on a team which advanced to the Division I NCS title game despite having graduated all five starters from last year.


Joey Calcaterra, Marin Catholic
Position: Guard
Year: Junior

The first-team All-MCAL guard averaged over 27 points per game this season, and shot 50 percent from the field. He has garnered some interest from schools such as USF, San Jose State, Weber State, and Santa Clara.


Nikhil Peters, De La Salle
Position: Guard
Year: Senior

The four-year starter and lockdown defender, Peters combined with Ratinho to form one of the top all-around veteran duos in the state. He has interest from several schools, and received an offer last summer from Montana.



THIRD TEAM ALL-NCS

Terrell Brown, Moreau Catholic
Position: Guard
Year: Senior

The San Jose State-commit averaged over 15 points per game this season for the Mariners, including 24 in the NCS title game win over Miramonte.


Eddy Ionescu, Miramonte
Position: Forward
Year: Senior

Ionescu was named Most Valuable Player of the Diablo Foothill Athletic League, and led the Matadors to the NCS Division III title game, with wins over Albany and San Marin in the post-season. He was one of the top scorers in the section.


Niles Malone, Berkeley
Position: Guard
Year: Senior

Malone was the leading scorer for a Berkeley team which became a great story late in the year. The Yellowjackets captured the NorCal Division I title before falling to Crespi in the state final.


Emeka Udenyi, De La Salle
Position: Forward
Year: Junior

The 6-6 forward was the Spartans' main post presence during the run to the state title game, and proved to be a difference maker against teams without that same presence.


John Ketchel, Freedom
Position: Guard
Year: Senior

The Most Valuable Player from the Bay Valley Athletic League guided the Falcons to back-to-back undefeated league seasons, as Freedom won the league in all three of Ketchel’s seasons as a starter. He was the team’s cool presence on the court during big wins over Folsom, Berkeley, and Monte Vista, and an overtime loss to eventual state champion Manteca.




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HAYWARD: Markell Brooks
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