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Category Archives: State Record Book
For this latest peek into the Cal-Hi Sports state record book, we highlight the top 25 teams (based on win-loss record) since 2010 and then follow up listing the school with the best record in the state since 2000, 1990, 1980, 1970, 1960, etc. Lots of listings here for De La Salle, Bakersfield and San […]
With the proliferation of the spread offense and similar offenses designed to score frequently and quickly, the number of times a team has scored 50 points in a California high school football game and has not won has gone up dramatically in recent years. The 2013 season was no exception. Here is a look at […]
Training camps are opening this week so it’s a good time to show off your knowledge about California football and learn some amazing facts about some amazing players (and coaches).
It’s a close call between the three-time CIF heavyweight wrestling champ (who also starred in football) and the electrifying Adoree’ Jackson of Gardena Serra (for football and track), but unfortunately for Jackson we’ll never know how he would have done at his final CIF state track meet.
Among those earning top state honors are Joe DeMers of College Park, Sean McGrew of St. John Bosco, Drew Anderson from Miramonte of Orinda and Nifae Lealao of Capital Christian. Anderson also gains first-ever State Three-Sport Athlete of the Year selection.
Since the prerequisite for this honor is for the athlete to simply attend a California high school (not compete for one of its teams), the all-around silver medalist from last October’s World Artistic Gymnastics Championships and a leader of USA national team becomes too much for any other girl to beat.
We are doing one change this year and that’s making it a requirement for each divisional state athlete of the year to have competed for their school. Among those earning top state honors are Arianna Washington of Long Beach Poly, Abbey Weitzeil of Saugus and Courtney Corrin of Harvard-Westlake. We also are starting a new […]
The CIF says it will count the Drillers’ football championship they were awarded way back in 1916 at a CIF Federated Council meeting, but we at Cal-Hi Sports will not in our record book because that title was not won on the field.
It’s not really close this time as Monarchs repeat as state’s No. 1 overall sports school. They also collect top honor for the fifth time in school history. First-ever CIF state title in boys track followed by top five finish in boys golf two days later turned race into a rout.
Archbishop Mitty and Torrey Pines continue back-and-forth duel in girls sports with Mitty getting the nod this time. Other schools ending with special honors include St. John Bosco (D2), Chaminade (D3), Central Catholic of Modesto (D4) and St. Joseph Notre Dame of Alameda (D5). Fifteen more schools also gain special mention for overall athletic excellence.