Posted On: 01/15/20 10:50 AM

Tuesday night Prep Hoops NorCal headed up the hill to Valley Christian in San Jose to take in what I thought would be an intriguing matchup in the WCAL. Riordan was without  two key starters. Bryce Monroe 5'11 2020 guard who's committed to Sam Houston State, and Mor Seck the 7'0 2022 transfer from Florida. Riordan was in control from start to finish. Final score 78-43. Here's a couple of takeaways from the game.

Je'Lani Clark 6'3 2020 guard from Riordan was the best player on the court, and one of the top guards in Norcal. Clark's on his way to play for the University of Nevada next year.   Because of injuries Clark did most of his damage at the point guard position. He looks to me like a natural point guard. His court vision and willingness to get others involved early, knowing he could readily score at any time stood out to me. He took good shots and scored at all three levels. 6-8 fga, 2-4, 3ptr, 4asts, 4stl, and 14pts. He only played 3qtrs.

Robert Vaihola 6'7 2021 forward, Riordan The Best Underclassmen on the floor

Vaihola was the starting center last night. (Seck) didn't play.

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