P2P CCS Boys Basketball Honors
St. Francis guard Logan Johnson is the CCS Junior of the Year.

CCS Junior of the Year

Johnson was named Co-MVP of the WCAL this season, after averaging 18 points, eight rebounds, and four assists per game.

He played big as one of the best players on the court during the post-season. In a NorCal quarterfinal win over Burbank, Johnson scored 24 points, and in the NorCal regional final against Moreau Catholic, he went off for 29 points. In between those games was a strong all-around effort from Johnson in a NorCal semifinal win over Del Oro, one in which he scored 20 points and repeatedly drew attention from the defense with his drives into the paint.

Earlier in the post-season, in a CCS Open Division quarterfinal game against Sequoia, Johnson sparked a 22-2 Lancers’ run which turned the tide after the Cherokee had opened the game with an early 10-point lead, and finished the game with a team-high 20 points.

Johnson, who has college offers from Fresno State, Montana, Santa Clara, Cal Poly, and Utah State, is leaving the area after the school year, moving to Miami, where his older brother Tyler plays for the Miami Heat.

Other players considered for this award: Mitty’s Riley Grigsby, Bellarmine’s Kendall Stubblefield, St. Ignatius’ Darrion Trammell, and Los Gatos’ Dylan Belquist.

NOTE: We would like to thank our media partners, coaches, parents, players and fans for contributing photos for our all-section features. We salute all of the players that have made this a wonderful season of CCS basketball.