CENTRAL VALLEY CONFERENCE MEN'S BASKETBALL REPORT / FEB. 25, 2019
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2019 Northern California Regional Playoffs - Bracket
The CVC will be represented by three teams in the regional playoffs. Fresno City (25-3) earned the conference's top seed at No. 2. Sequoias (20-8) was named the No. 5 seed and Columbia (21-7) checks in at the No. 10. Two wins are needed to advance to the CCCAA State Championships on March 14-17 at Ventura College.
Postseason Schedule - Round 2
Friday, March 1
#12 Los Medanos at #5 Sequoias
#10 Columbia at #7 Yuba
Saturday, March 2
#15 Sacramento/#18 West Valley winner at #2 Fresno City
Saturday, March 9
Standings – http://centralvalleyconference.com/sports/mbkb/2018-19/standings
Congrats to Fresno City on winning its 18th consecutive Central Valley Conference championship. The Rams went a perfect 16-0 and heads into the postseason on a 23-game winning streak. Sequoias was second at 13-3, followed by Columbia (12-4) while Porterville and Merced tied for fourth place at 8-8.
Overall - http://centralvalleyconference.com/sports/mbkb/2018-19/teams?sort=&r=0&pos=off
Conference only - http://centralvalleyconference.com/sports/mbkb/2018-19/teams?sort=&r=0&pos=off
Overall - http://centralvalleyconference.com/sports/mbkb/2018-19/leaders
Conference only - http://centralvalleyconference.com/sports/mbkb/2018-19/players?sort=ptspg&view=&pos=sh&r=1
2018-19 Central Valley Conference Postseason Awards - https://cvcsports.prestosports.com/awards/2018-19/1819_all-cvc_mbb.pdf
Ed Madec was named the CVC Coach of the Year after capturing his 13th straight conference title with Fresno City. FCC also took home awards for Most Valuable Player in Georgie Dancer and Defensive Player of the Year in Jared Small while Porterville's Dominic King was named the CVC Freshman of the Year.