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.
Although it didn’t fit the specific criteria as we comprehended it, we had an inkling St. John Bosco was a strong possibility for the open division and Braves are selected. Read on for instant reaction in all six divisions.
No. 3 Bishop O’Dowd shows there’s quite a gap between itself and No. 4 St. Mary’s of Stockton among the best in California high school girls basketball, although the impressive win doesn’t change this week’s rankings. Etiwanda moves into the top 10 while the lone newcomer is Serra of Gardena.
With the Nike Extravaganza coming up Saturday at Mater Dei, the major moves in this week’s new order involve St. John Bosco, El Camino Real, Mission Viejo, Hart and Serra of Gardena. New divisional boys and girls rankings being done later this week as well.
This is the first of several Cal-Hi Sports all-state football teams being announced over the next few days. Record-breaking Folsom quarterback leads the first unit for 10th graders and he’s joined by two teammates.
It’s time for 12-0 Tustin to make its move while Long Beach Poly also goes in, up to No. 19. Check here for writeups and in-depth analysis of teams ranked from No. 13 to No. 25. Follow us on Twitter @CalHiSports or see our Facebook page for more details.