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For the upcoming seniors, leading the pack are a pair from the CIF Central Coast Section. It’s also a great year at the position throughout the rest of Northern California....
Sierra of Manteca is first team to cement final No. 1 ranking due to other teams losing combined with triumph in CIF Sac-Joaquin Section. Chino, meanwhile, is now in best position to be No. 1 in D2 instead of Mission Viejo.
Pacific Grove needs just one more win to end 31-0 and wrap up No. 1 ranking in Division IV. Thirteen new teams, meanwhile, are ranked with just two more weeks remaining in the season.
Six new teams are in after a wild and crazy couple of days (including Tuesday) sees previous No. 1 Mission Viejo, No. 3 Archbishop Mitty and No. 5 Great Oak of Temecula all get toppled in early-round section playoff upsets.
When is the time when teams need to come up from the bubble with double-digit losses? Not yet, but getting close. We also explain why Serra of Gardena is just now going into the top 20 while some have had the Cavaliers in national rankings....
Carta-Samuels also gets ticket to Elite 11 finals, two from Corona earn honors among running backs and DBs, while offensive lineman and receiver from state named as well.
Nearly 1,000 football players from California lined up to test on Saturday at Laney College in Oakland. A select few were able to catch our attention a bit more than the rest.
No quarterbacks get an invite to Elite 11 finals, but strong group of state’s best gets put through the paces at San Francisco 49ers’ practice facility.
Jack Bauer of ‘24’ isn’t listed, but Jake Bauers of Huntington Beach Marina sure is. Best of baseball and softball also includes Mountain View St. Francis baseball pitcher with first perfect game in school history plus amazing hitting totals for Wheatland’s McIntyre and San Diego Mira Mesa’s Mauga.
It could be the last quiet week with very few changes other than Santa Barbara County schools Righetti and Cabrillo entering for separate divisions. Remaining No. 1 are Pacifica of Garden Grove, Mission Viejo, Bishop Amat, Francis Parker and Redwood Christian.