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As you might expect, there were several huge totals from players in that 70-62 win in regulation by Murrieta Valley over Oaks Christian. The one player who tied two state records, however, was Oaks Christian’s Mycah Pittman. We also liked Tustin’s Kenneth Carr rushing for 377 yards and coming one yard short of the school […]
There’s a family connection between the school’s greatest era – in the 1970s – and the current teams that were 55-17 for the 2010s at the start of this season. It’s that 1970s local coaching icon Bill Miller is the grandfather of Placer’s current head coach, Joey Montoya. The Hillmen also may have an NFL […]
Team totals are on our minds this week, beginning with Fresno High joining the 500-club for all-time reported wins, a salute to others that have moved up on that record list, such as Loyola of Los Angeles and new 600-club member Pittsburg. We also report on schools with the most NFL alumni and one NorCal...
With five 10-win seasons in the 2000s and then three more so far in the 2010s, the Breakers have seen their all-time record surge well past the .500 mark and they’re now beginning to close in on 500th reported win.
With the NFL season about to start, we’re also launching a new series of posts in which we rank the top 20 all-time players from the state from every position. These rankings will be different than others in that they’ll be based strictly on how players have done after high school and not on what...
If you’re looking for a school that’s trying and succeeding at erasing a losing past, then look no further than Buena Park. The Coyotes had suffered through some abysmal decades, especially the 1980s and 2000s, and then head coach Anthony White arrived. They’ve already won more games in one decade than in any other and […]
For this installment, we look at the four times since 1991 (a 25-year span) that De La Salle of Concord has lost in a football game to another California team in the regular season. The school’s current in-state regular-season streak also is quite long. Plus, we’ll update where Antioch’s Najee Harris stands on the all-time...
A school that’s well-known for basketball has been more than good in football, especially if you look at it’s 62.7 percent all-time winning percentage and the number of players who’ve gone on to do well in the NFL.
If you count a forfeit loss from last season, the Phelan school won its 300th game since the football team began playing in 1977 with its 22-15 come-from-behind victory last Friday over Paraclete of Lancaster. It’s also confirmed that the Diamondbacks have one of the top 30 all-time records in state history and probably will […]
Two Heisman Trophy winners, a NFL Hall of Famer and a player who started out as an offensive guard get the nod as the greatest running backs in L.A. City Section history in yet another unique look at prep football history from Cal-Hi Sports. Eight more receive high honorable mention and 75 city backs in all honored. […]