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Hesperia Christian Varsity Boys Basketball

To The Varsity Boys Basketball Page of Hesperia Christian High School.

Congratulations on getting to the quarterfinals of the CIF Div VA playoffs three seasons ago and quarterfinals of Div VAA in 2002-2003 and 2003-2004. And special congratulations on winning HCS' first solo Agape League championship.

Now it is time for the Boy's Varsity of 2005-2006 to show their stuff. The bar has been raised. Nothing less than a Div VAA Championship will be satisfactory! And you guys can do it.

The Patriots will be led by third year Head Coach Scott Dobyns for 2005-2006 in HCS' fourth year in Division VAA. Coach Dobyns will be assisted by Jared Hamilton. The 2003-2004 boy's varsity finished as co-champions of the Agape League with a record of 18-8 (8-2) (1-1). The 2004-2005 boy's varsity finished as champions of the Agape League with a league record of (8-2)and a playoff record of (1-1). The 2005-2006 varsity boys team may consist of:

This team of outstanding young men should be ranked #3 or 4 on the first CIF poll for Division VAA high schools in Southern California in 2005-2006. They beat Desert Christian, Bermuda Dunes in the first round last year before losing to #10 seed AGBU in the second round. They beat Boron in the second round two years ago before losing to St. Anthony's in the quarterfinals. They beat AAE and La Sierra Academy before losing to #1 Seed Rolling Hills Prep three years ago. In 2001 they lost in the first round of CIF playoffs to Desert Christian in Bermuda Dunes 50-45. In 2002, the Patriots beat Westview and Baptist Christian, Hemet before losing to eventual and three time Division V state champion Price in the CIF quarterfinals.

Remember Patriots:

Excellence can be attained if you ... Care more than others think is wise, Risk more than others think is safe, Dream more than others think is practical, Expect more than others think is possible.

Our Favorite Web sites

Main Page
Agape League
Varsity Boys Summer Basketball 2005
LA Times High School Web Coverage