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Senior night 2018-19
These six seniors were the leaders of our 2018-19 team that set a new record of wins at Alvarez with 18 going 18-7. They won two tournaments, their own Eagle Classic Tournament knocking off (70-69) highly touted Immanuel (26-9) who would go on to the State Championship game last March. The other tournament victory was the Steinbeck Tournament at North Salinas H/S beating a really good Mission of Fremont team. These seniors will be missed but they laid a foundation for the Juniors/Sophomores that will take the reins of leadership from them and make their own history in the upcoming 2019-2020 season!!!


Winning Programs do these things:

1. Rebound effectively by boxing out on the defensive end and get around box outs on the offensive end.

2. Limit turnovers to under 15 for the game but force the other team into 20 or more turnovers.

3. Get easy baskets on the offensive end but limit easy baskets on the defensive end.

4. Win the battle of 50/50 balls by getting on the floor for extra possessions.

5. Take charges by giving up their body for the team to stop the other team and get those extra possessions.

6.Create chemistry with the other players on the team as well as with the coaches.

7. Make themselves a coachable player that wants to learn from the coaches as well as other players.

8. Know what their role is on the team and embrace it to make the team better.

9. When making a mistake, having the attitude of making up for it by getting a steal, rebound, deflection, 50/50 ball, charge, or assist.

10. Be a great teammate and have fun at all times


We want our players to take ownership of their:

  • attitude to other players, coaches, students, and community
  • energy that is positive and contagious
  • effort that is relentless, fierce, and all giving
  • eagerness to learn the game
  • abilities and other attributes they can bring to the team
  • mistakes that they make on the court or off
  • education and status at school
  • approach to life in general

Steinbach Tournament Champs
Championship team that beat a good Mission of Fremont team in the final of the North Salinas Steinbeck Tournament. They beat Marina in the first round 69-19 and then Greenfield 81-19 to get to the championship. They then took care of Mission 54-49. Congratulations to Efrain Perez for being the MVP of the tournament and Isaiah Rodriguez and Jordan Lopez receiving well deserved all tournament honors.
Back to Back Watsonville Tourney Champs!!
Our 2018-2019 Championship JV team led by head coach Chris Jackson and assistant Tim Makanani after winning the Watsonville tournament beating a previously unbeaten and very good Aptos H/S JV team in the Championship. This team went on to go 21-3 this past season as the outlook is very high for the Eagles of Alvarez with this Sophomore group moving up to varsity for the 2019-2020 season
This is the Championship team of the Eagle Classic tournament 2018-19 season. They beat Mt. Pleasant in the first game 72-24 and then a good East Bakersfield team 88-60 to get to the Championship game vs the reigning Champion and powerhouse Immanuel. The Eagles played their best game of the year beating Immanuel 70-69 in a highly contested game. Isaish Rodriguez made the winning shot, a three pointer to put the Eagles up 70-69 with 4 seconds left. Isaiah Rodriguez earned well deserved MVP honors averaging 17 points with 12 three pointers in the tournament while Devon Foster and Jacob Gomez were named to the All-tournament team. This is the biggest victory in Alvarez basketball history as Immanuel went on to the State Championship game for D4 losing to Ribet Academy from the South State.
What a great team of coaches, from left to right: Art Fernando, Tim Makanani, Mark Haddan, Mars Rocamora, and Chris Jackson. Notice the scoreboard in the background, 70-69 clinching victory in the Championship. Great win, great coaching team.
 Efrain Perez is MVP of the North Salinas Steinbach tournament with his great point guard play averaging 10  points a game, 7 assists, 7 rebounds, and great defense taking charges. Truly deserved!! Here he is with his coach Mark Haddan.
The team showing off that trophy proudly.


2014-2015 VARSITY TEAM: From left to right standing: Coach Mars Rocamora, Arturo Solano, Anthony Delgado, Blake Kunkel, Eddie Macias, and Coach Mark Haddan. Middle row from left to right: Jesse Carrillo, Deryck Benting, KJ Matthews, Tyler Champaco, Anthony Arre. Front row sitting: Edward Fernandez, Bernard Gomez, and James Sindel. Not pictured: Greg Olivares

2014-2015 JV TEAM: Standing from left to right: Brian Garcia, John Coehlo, Brian Jimenez, Coach Chris Jackson, Aidan Fleming, Isaac Santa Cruz, and Robert Ruiz. Middle row Gilbert Ceja, Connor Alfaro, Greg Olivares, Miquel Villatoro, Greg Padilla, and Jacob Montalvo.  Sitting from left to right: Ralph Guzman, Erik Nunez, Brandon Yasay, and Jay Patel.

2014-2015 FRESHMEN TEAM: Standing from left to right: Keion Serrano, Noah Santisteven, Michael Ramirez, Juan Ceja, Johnny Sanchez, Javier Raygoza, Devin Arellano. Middle row from left to right: Andre Mina, Isaiah Coria, Danny Aguillon, Lane Pierce, and Justin Garcia. Sitting from left to right Ray Hocog, Marc Flores, Fabian Herrera, and Marcos Mancera. Not pictured: Coach Art Fernando

Harvey Todd, one of the best to play at Alvarez

Harvey Todd, one of the all time greats at Alvarez. He owns the single season scoring record and had many 30 point games to his credit.

We accept donations to the EAHS Basketball program at any time. Just hit the donate button below and then enter amount and a description if you want to single out that the donation is made in the name of one of our players today or from the past. Your donation will be recognized and if you need a donation letter for tax purposes, just let us know and we will send one. All donations will be used to purchase equipment, buy uniforms, or pay tournament fees. We are in the process of trying to purchase a shooting machine for our program and any help would be appreciated. 

Mitch Wood hits a three point basket to put the Eagles up by 20 over rival Alisal in the CCS playoffs 2013. 

Bobbie Rodriguez and Lanier King battle an Alisal player for the rebound in a first round CCS playoff game in 2013

BLUE COLLAR, GOLD STANDARD 

                 GO EAGLES!!!! 

The Eagles beat Hollister at the Palma Scattini tournament to win the Consolation trophy!!
2013-14 Frosh team picture with Coach Art Fernando and Assistant Coach Greg Flores



Top scorers in CCS basketball history

1. Jayson Obazuaye (Andrew Hill), 2,197

2. Senque Carey (St. Francis), 2,113

3. Ron Reis (Monta Vista), 2,082
4. Jim Hart (San Lorenzo Valley, Harbor), 2,077
5. Mark McNamara from Del Mar. 2061pts
6. Mark Haddan (Alisal), 2,006
7. Randy Arrillaga (Saratoga), 1,948
Tomas Thompson (Marello, Soquel) 1,948
8. Peter Jordan (Gunn), 1,828
9. Jaha Wilson (Riordan) 1,825
10. Bryan Ngo (Santa Clara), 1,757
11. Jorge Camacho (Alisal and Riordan) 1,751
12. Drew Gordon (Mitty) 1,690
13. Kurt Rambis (Cupertino), 1,677
Paul Scheidegger (Live Oak), 1,677
14. Gary Hopkins (Ayer), 1,565
Derek Bruton (Gilroy), 1,565
15. Steve Gera (Mitty), 1,551
Marty Abate (Saratoga), 1,551
16. Collin Chiverton (Mitty) 1,535
17. Alex Abarca (Harker) 1,500
18. Ralph Ogden (Lincoln), 1,498
19. Tim Kennedy (Serra) 1,490pts
20. Kent Lockhart (Cubberly, Gunn), 1,484.
21. Marquise Kately (Riordan) 1,454

Aaron Gordon scored over 2,000 points in a 4 year career at Archbishop Mitty but played in many more games than the others on this list, playing over 30 games for all 4 seasons.

Our own coach is still ranked number 6 in top scorers in CCS Basketball History, WOW!!!

Mighty Eagles getting ready for another victory!!