As a courtesy to users of this site, we want to announce that the release of this year’s boys and girls teams is being delayed at least one week. But we think it’s for a good reason.
Rancho Verde and La Jolla Country Day receive solid bumps for the final, expanded overall rankings of the 2012-13 season. Check inside to see which CIFSS quarterfinalist has been ranked higher than a Division I state finalist. In-depth analysis given on all 40 teams.
Open division teams Mater Dei, Carondelet, Bishop O’Dowd and Windward grab No. 1 honors. Sierra Canyon does same in Division V. Check here as well for top teams to watch for next season in each division.
Wildcats, Dragons punch tickets to first CIF Open Division championship. Windward wins showdown over Mater Dei 81-71 in the south while Dragons top St. Mary’s of Stockton 58-50 in the north. Check inside for full analysis and highlights of each girls regional final.
Windward vs. Mater Dei in the south, Bishop O’Dowd vs. Stockton St. Mary’s in the north serve as the final four for the first CIF Open Division state title. Read on for analysis of each division in each region.
Major movers led by Vista Murrieta in Division I after its big win over Long Beach Millikan. There’s also a new No. 1 in Division V with Horizon of San Diego replacing Brookside Christian.
State-ranked Monarch girls lose at Carondelet while the boys win at home against Newark Memorial. Natalie Romeo hits for career-high in points to lead Carondelet. Plus: Etiwanda girls eliminated in D1 South.
Jordan Bell’s game-winning bucket at the buzzer for Jackrabbits beats St. John Bosco. St. Mary’s survives in final seconds against Miramonte of Orinda. Read on for full scoreboard (boys, girls).
With the CIF moving up Brookside Christian’s girls to the open division, there’s a chance that all five final No. 1 ranked teams according to divisions won’t be CIF state champions. We also choose best team in each division that is done for the season.
Bubble teams and more complete writeups have been added as we take a deeper look at the state’s best girls teams. Windward vs. Mater Dei as a No. 1 vs. No. 2 showdown can still happen, but it wouldn’t be a matchup of two unbeaten teams.