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For being even-steven with a first season of 1922, it’s hard to beat the Mustangs. Their on-the-field reported record after more than 800 games shows them at just three games above .500 heading into 2016. They’ve had an 18-game win streak, no winless seasons since 1940 and a dominating record vs. arch-rival Gonzales, but have […]
California’s top two winningest all-time teams, Bakersfield and Long Beach Poly, are no longer on the list of the state’s best for the current decade and will be looking to bounce back in 2016. Bakersfield’s record for winning the most CIF state titles (set in the 1920s) also has been tied and could be surpassed...
The Marin County school is well over 100 years old and hasn’t had much success in football with wins and losses, but a QB from there once held the state single-game passing record for 21 years. And there may not be a school with such a colorful cast of head coaches. This is the seventh […]
Over the next month, through the opening weekend of the 2016 football season and probably beyond, we’re going to be mixing in updates to various state football records with all of the other preseason content. For the first part of this series, we did winning streaks, losing streaks, team scoring and more. Go inside for...
The 1970s and 1980s were pretty awful for the Phantoms, but since head coach Kevin Pearson arrived in 1995 they’ve won 175 times and have established themselves as one of the most potent offensive teams in the state. This is the sixth school of the summer in which we have compiled its all-time football scores […]
Among others earning top state honors are Tara Davis of Agoura (juniors), Gracie Figueroa of Selma (sophomores), Fiona O’Keeffe of Davis (Division I) and Andrea Lee of Manhattan Beach Mira Costa (Division II). Solin Pearcy of Cupertino also is third-ever State Three-Sport Athlete of the Year.
It’s a close call between the all-time great Vista Murrieta track sprinter and all-time great basketball player Lonzo Ball of Chino Hills. Swimmer Grant Shoults of Santa Margarita also made a strong push. Waiting for Norman to place fifth in the U.S. Olympic trials in the 200 and to win an under-20 world title is […]
Among others earning top state honors are Najee Harris of Antioch (juniors), U.S. Olympian Ben Hallock of Harvard-Westlake (Division III) and Andrew Daschbach of Sacred Heart Prep (Division IV). Alexander Mattison of San Bernardino also is third-ever State Three-Sport Athlete of the Year. Finally, what would a State Athlete of the Year package be without […]
Hailing as the namesake high school of the city that is the hometown of NFL legend Tom Brady, the Bearcats are mostly known for their long rivalry with Burlingame, the years they rolled when they were coached by Buz Williams and for having some record-breaking running backs. This is the fifth school of the summer […]
For the fourth school of the summer in this series in which we compile its all-time football scores archive, it’s all about the Argos. Garden Grove’s 64-16 record so far for the 2010s is among the state leaders, but the boys still have to keep winning to get their school over the .500 mark in […]