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January 27, 2014
Gabby Robledo, a 5-foot-9 sophomore from Olympian High School, scored 18 points and also contributed 10 rebounds and four steals as she helped lead the Jaguars, who are in a three-way tie for the conference lead, to a 61-34 victory over San Diego Mesa.
She also dished off four assists in a 66-35 win vs. Imperial Valley.
January 6, 2014
Alexis Harris, a 5-foot-10 sophomore guard out of San Diego High School, pumped in 23 points in the Jaguars’ 64-49 victory over Riverside City College in Sunday’s consolation semifinals of the Ventura College/Optimist Club Holiday Tournament.
She scored the points on seven field goals (including four 3-pointers) and a 5-for-6 effort from the free throw line.
Southwestern won the consolation title on Monday.
November 27, 2013
Brianna Davis, a 5-foot-11 freshman from Otay Ranch High School, is averaging 11.8 rebounds per game for the Jaguars, who have jumped out to a 5-0 start to the season. Last week she had 13 rebounds (and 11 points) in a 68-57 win over Los Angeles Trade Tech and contributed 15 rebounds in a 68-47 victory over El Camino Compton Center.
November 18, 2013
SWC Women's basketball squad takes the Coaches vs Cancer Tournament this past weekend. Gabby Robledo (Olympian) and Cardedra Evans (Mater Dei) were named to the All-Tournament Team with Robledo being named Tournament MVP.
October 31, 2013
The 2013-14 Lady Jags have been working hard preparing for this upcoming season. This year’s squad returns three sophomores including Alexis Harris who was an all-conference performer, and Cardedra Evans. This season will also be the return of Gabby Robledo who took last year off and looks to return to solidify herself as one of the conference's top guards. To go along with our sophomores are a group of talented freshmen. If you are familiar with girls basketball around San Diego, then some of these names should be familiar; Laura Tapia (Montgomery), Taylor Smalley (Eastlake), Sierra Thomas (Chula Vista), Tia Griffis and Monique Bueno (Serra), Grace Ward (Hoover), Brianna Davis (Otay Ranch). With this group of young ladies coming in, the future looks bright for SWC Women's Basketball.
The Lady Jags Head Coach Darnell Cherry has really put SWC Women's Basketball on the map in Southern California. Since taken over the program five years ago, he has an overall record of 77-45. Over the last three seasons, Coach Cherry has guided his team to a conference record of 28-8 including a conference title and two second place finishes. With a philosophy of skill development, tough, aggressive defense and togetherness it is clear that the SWC Women's Basketball program is to remain a staple in Southern California. If you are interested in learning more about the basketball program, please contact Coach Cherry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Players who have played at the next level over the past 3 seasons:
Brittany Daniel San Diego Christian
Teanna Williams San Diego Christian
Sarah Guerrero Cal Maritime
Alex Dill University of Virginia, Lynchburg
Andrea Reiff Northern New Mexico
Chloe Cook Pacific Lutheran
Shanesha Clayton Our Lady of the Lake
Danielle Wilson University of Texas, Permian Basin