Bay Area-wide West Coast Jamboree features girls national No. 2 Etiwanda

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The 22nd West Coast Jamboree, one of the largest girls basketball tournaments in the country, starts Wednesday and finishes Friday with championship games in nearly a dozen Bay Area venues.

Though weather conditions and flight disruptions have forced some changes, the tournament is scheduled to feature 108 teams from at least six states (California, Arizona, Hawaii, Nevada, Oregon and Texas) in 14 divisions.

The top division is Platinum and will be played at Dublin High School with Etiwanda-Rancho Cucamonga (10-0) — SBLive’s No. 2 national team — leading the way. Cal-Hi Sports’ 2021-22 State Sophomore of the Year Kennedy Smith and Freshman of the Year Aliyahna Morris spark the Eagles.

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