Tag Archives: Brandon Jolley
Dogs Almost Get Bit, 71-68
(Pasadena) – Pasasdena squandered all of a 16 point lead in the fourth quarter but recovered in time to escape with a 71-68 win over Downey Friday night in the first round of the Division 1AA CIF Playoffs.
Pasadena’s Season Comes to an End
By Corey Kwok (Monrovia)- Daniel Hamilton’s banker from up top with 1.8 seconds left lifted St John Bosco past Pasadena 53-51 in a CIF State Division 3 Southern California semifinal Tuesday night at Monrovia High School’s Don Montgomery Sports Center.
Bulldogs in a Winning State, 72-55
(Pasadena) – Brandon Jolley scored 20 Points and Blake Hamilton added 16 to lead Pasadena to a 72-55 win over South Torrance Wednesday night in the first round of the CIF State Division III Playoffs. The Bulldogs were tied at 30 at halftime but broke it wide open in the fourth qaurter and won going away.
Pasadena Power! Bulldogs Claim CIF Title
(Anaheim) – Pasadena started slow but finished fast and eventually put away Arroyo Grande 50-35 Saturday to win the Division 3AAA Championship at the Anaheim Convention Center.
It’s Final; Bulldogs are In!
(Pasadena) – Brandon Jolley and Blake Hamilton combined for 41 points to lead Pasadena to an 81-67 win over Beverly Hills Friday night before a packed house at Tom Hamilton Gymnasium. With the victory the Bulldogs advance to the CIF Division 3AAA Finals.
Pasadena Prevails; Punches Ticket to Final Four
By Corey Kwok (Pasadena) – Pasadena blitzed Bonita early and it proved decisive in the remainder of the contest as the host Bulldogs (23-6, #2) knocked out Bonita 64-50 Tuesday night in the CIFSS 3AAA quarterfinals before a capacity crowd at Tom Hamilton Gymnasium.
Bulldogs Blow Out Beaumont
By Corey Kwok (Beaumont) – Pasadena out fired Beaumont amidst a basket trading war in the opening half before clamping down defensively during the second to score a convincing 68-40 win in the second round CIFSS 3AAA playoffs Friday night.
The TEN 2/16/2012
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
The Peterson Principle 1/23/12
The transition from high school football to basketball is difficult to make. The season starts in early December and who’s thinking about it then? The playoffs are in full swing and everybody still has football on their minds.
Muir Steals one at Dog House
(Pasadena) – Muir had the better record. The Mustangs had lost once all year. But the prevailing feeling was that Pasadena had played a tougher schedule and was the better team. And with a home game, the Bulldogs had a decided advantage going into Friday night’s key Pacific League matchup with Muir.