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The first school to win back-to-back CIF state bowl game titles was not De La Salle, but this one. The Ventura County program also has had the second winningest decade (not counting forfeits) in state history for its phenomenal success from 2000 to 2009 and that doesn’t even include a 14-0 season in 1999. The […]
The San Joaquin County school gave hope to those representing small towns everywhere when it won 2010 CIF Division III state bowl championship. Since football began in the town, however, in 1929, it’s been one of the state’s best and has accumulated more than 520 wins. The Cougars now have all of their scores in […]
Despite her team losing in its final game, the Mission Viejo graduated senior had a better season than she did when she was the State Junior of the Year and a national player of the year by Gatorade. She wins in one of the most difficult Ms. Softball State Player of the Year picks in […]
In addition to Taylor McQuillin, statewide honors also are going out to Mia Camuso from Shasta of Redding (juniors), Holly Azevedo from Pioneer of Woodland (sophs), Danielle Williams from Amador Valley of Pleasanton) (frosh), Rachel Garcia from Highland of Palmdale (medium schools) and Zoe Casas from Aquinas of San Bernardino (small schools). For more on […]
With terrific combination of pitching and hitting and leading team to state’s final No. 1 ranking, it’s not too tough of a call (unlike last year) for College Park of Pleasant Hill graduating senior to snag state’s most prestigious postseason honor (the only one that has more than 100 years of tradition behind it). For […]
In addition to Joe DeMers, statewide honors also are going out to Jeremy Ydens from St. Francis of Mountain View (juniors), Hunter Greene from Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks (sophs), Joey Magrisi from Rancho Bernardo of San Diego (frosh), Peter Lambert of San Dimas (medium schools) and Nico Hoerner of Oakland Head-Royce (small schools). For […]
One day after we were able to honor one of the winningest baseball coaches in state history, we can do it again with Lancaster Paraclete’s Margaret Neill as the State Softball Coach of the Year. Her team this year had to step up in competition and still won the CIF Southern Section Division V title. […]
Retiring San Francisco Lowell head coach ends career with one of the highest win totals among all coaches in state history not to mention three straight section titles and a TransBay Series crown. We also have to go back to 1945 to find a previous State Baseball Coach of the Year from San Francisco.
Since the Santa Rosa parochial school began playing football in 1966, there’s only one school in the state with a better record. The history includes a 47-game win streak that stood as the state record for 18 years. The Cardinals now have all of their scores in one archive provided by Cal-Hi Sports.
To say the Rams (now one of the best in the Sac-Joaquin Section) had humble beginnings is an understatement. In one 10-year stretch, they were nearly winless. They now have all of their scores in one archive provided by Cal-Hi Sports.