The best kept secret in high school basketball, Mercy Miller 6’4’’ 11th grade shooting guard scored the first four points of the game and finished with 17 points and 5 assists. He also showed his array of skills by pulling down a team high of 9 rebounds and 5 steals to help Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks) Knights to a 67-58 victory over Granada and make history as Notre Dame win its first CIF State Division 1 boys basketball Championship.at the Golden 1 Center. Livermore Granada had 7-foot center Andrew McKeever. Foster’s drive to the basket helped send McKeever to the sideline with five fouls with 4:42 left, causing coach Matt Sargeant to shout, “He’s out! He’s out!” It was the last breath of life for Granada. Notre Dame’s fantastic trio of Caleb Foster, Gonzaga commit Dusty Stromer and Houston commit Mercy Miller was too much as the Knights dominated in Sacramento, CA. “We had a shot to do something special, win a state championship,” Miller said. “We made that our goal and we got it done tonight.