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Unofficial Home Page of Hesperia Christian Patriots Basketball

Welcome to the unofficial home page of the Hesperia Christian Patriots Basketball.
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New Page of Hesperia Christian Varsity Boys Basketball

Hesperia Christian plays in the Agape League. The 2005-2006 Patriots are playing a tough season attempting to win the Div VAA Championship in March 2006. They are presently 20-6 (10-0) (1-0) and meet Upland Christian in quarter final action on Tuesday February 21 in Hesperia at 7:30 pm.

In 2003-2004 they finished 18-8 (8-2) (1-1)and won for the first time the Agape League along with Antelope Valley Christian and Apple Valley Christian. They beat Boron and then lost to St. Anthony in the quarterfinals 51-46. HCS ended up ranked #5 in Div VAA. It was a great and exciting year for Patriot fans. Congratulations to Josh Hamilton for being named the MVP of the Agape League and to Trevor Wagstaffe and Loren Barton for being named to the All-Agape League first team.

The 2004-2005 #8 Div VAA ranked Patriots Boys Varsity went a step farther winning the Agape League outright with two outstanding wins against #9 Div VAA ranked Apple Valley Christian and #6 Div VA ranked Antelope Valley Christian. Thus they ended the season 9-1 in the Agape and 14-10 overall. Their quest for a CIF ring was stopped in the second round of the playoffs by AGBU.

The 2004-2005 HCS Girls Varsity Basketball team ended the season on a great note taking second place in the Agape League behind Victor Valley Christian with a 7-3 record. They opened Div VAA playoffs against Glendale Adventist on Thursday February 17 in Hesperia and won in a tight game. They followed this up with a tough loss to New Roads. This year's girls varsity team is ready to surprise many in southern California.

And surprise they did in 2005-2006. HCS had a preconference record of 2-12, one of the worst records in modern era HCS history. They finished second in the Agape League, only losing two games to eventual champions, Victor Valley Christian. The girls varsity team has won two playoff games (against Upland Christian and Immanuel Christian) and now is in the quarterfinals. Their overall record is 12-14 (8-2) (2-0). Could this be a Glory Road story? Now HCS girls take on Holy Martyrs in Encino on Wednesday, February 22 in quarterfinal action.

Congratulations to Sally Ruisch for winning her 100th high school game as a varsity coach.

Basketball Links

HCS Girls Varsity Basketball Team 2005-2006
HCS Girls Varsity Schedule and Record, 2005-2006
HCS Girls Varsity Schedule and Record, 2004-2005
Girls Agape League Standings, 2005-2006
Varsity Boys Basketball 2005-2006
Varsity Boys Summer Basketball 2005
HCS Varsity Schedule and Record, 2005-2006
Boy's Agape League Standings,2005-2006
Varsity Boys Basketball 2003-2004
HCS Varsity Boys Schedule and Record, 2003-2004
Boy's Agape League 2003 (final)
2003-2004 HCS Main Page
Agape League 2002

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