San Diego boys basketball dynasties: Which programs have won the most Section titles over the past 25 years?

Which San Diego area high school has won the most boys basketball Section championships over the past 25 years?

Horizon Christian tops the list with 14 championships since 1996, although their last title came in 2013. The San Diego Cavers are the hottest program with three consecutive section championships.

Here’s a look at the boys basketball programs who have won the most Section titles since the 1995-96 season:

Horizon Christian (14 titles)

’96 (D5) beat La Jolla Country Day 60-51

’97 (D5) beat Santa Fe Christian 50-44

’98 (D5) beat La Jolla Country Day 92-36

’99 (D4) beat Bishop’s 59-45

’00 (D4) beat Lincoln 66-63

’02 (D4) beat Lincoln 77-60

’03 (D4) beat Lincoln 79-64

’04 (D4) beat Bishop’s 55-44

’05 (D4) beat Bishop’s 72-67

’06 (D4) beat Francis Parker 61-48

’07 (D4) beat Francis Parker 52-45

’08 (D4) beat Army-Navy 58-53

’11 (D5) beat Foothills Christian 62-40

’13 (D5) beat Foothills Christian 53-37

USDHS/Cathedral Catholic (8 titles)

’96 (D3) beat Madison 88-38

’97 (D3) beat St. Augustine 58-39

’98 (D3) beat St. Augustine 48-36

’99 (D3) beat St. Augustine 52-50

’00 (D3) beat St. Augustine 64-49

’12 (D3) beat Mission Bay 65-64

’19 (D1) beat Francis Parker 47-46

’20 (Open) beat Torrey Pines 59-51

Foothills Christian (7 titles)

’07 (D5) beat Calvin Christian 68-64

’08 (D5) beat Maranatha Christian 66-55

’09 (D5) beat Maranatha Christian 60-56

’10 (D5) beat Maranatha Christian 79-57

’12 (D5) beat The Rock Academy 44-36

’15 (D2) beat Mira Mesa 83-41

’16 (Open) beat Cathedral Catholic 80-63

Santa Fe Christian (7 titles)

’01 (D5) beat Marian Catholic 69-49

’03 (D5) beat Julian 79-50

’04 (D5) beat Tri-City Christian 80-48

’06 (D5) beat San Pasqual Academy 81-40

’17 (D1) beat Lincoln 39-35

’18 (D1) beat El Camino 63-52

‘20 (D1) beat Carlsbad 71-58

St. Augustine (6 titles)

’01 (D3) beat Valley Center 80-70

’02 (D3) beat Kearny 50-46

’05 (D3) beat Crawford 74-68

’13 (D3) beat Cathedral Catholic 62-36

’15 (Open) beat Torrey Pines 46-42

’17 (Open) beat Torrey Pines 47-44

El Camino (4 titles)

’97 (D2) beat Scripps Ranch 77-66

’03 (D1) beat San Diego 67-43

’04 (D1) beat San Diego 81-45

’09 (D1) beat Torrey Pines 59-45

Helix (4 titles)

’02 (D2) beat Escondido 80-76

’05 (D1) beat El Camino 58-54

’07 (D1) beat Escondido 81-66

’17 (D2) beat Orange Glen 48-44

Hoover (4 titles)

’06 (D2) beat Scripps Ranch 64-45

’08 (D2) beat Mission Hills 54-43

’09 (D2) beat Oceanside 64-42

’13 (D2) beat La Costa Canyon 58-50

La Costa Canyon (4 titles)

’06 (D1) beat Eastlake 85-73

’11 (D1) beat Torrey Pines 68-48

’12 (D2) beat Lincoln 58-54 in OT

’14 (Open) beat St. Augustine 62-60

La Jolla Country Day (4 titles)

’00 (D5) beat Christian 56-51

’02 (D5) beat Santa Fe Christian 64-51

’12 (D4) beat Francis Parker 57-40

’16 (D2) beat La Jolla 66-61

San Diego (4 titles)

’08 (D1) beat El Camino 74-68 in OT

’18 (D4) beat Southwest El Centro 56-54

’19 (D3) beat Valhalla 75-56

’20 (D2) beat University City 87-79

Torrey Pines (4 titles)

’96 (D1) beat Rancho Buena Vista 67-27

’01 (D1) beat San Diego 55-38

’12 (D1) beat Vista 55-41

’19 (Open) beat Foothills Christian 51-47

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