This week’s SoCal softball honoree also has slugged her way to a listing in the state record book. Our other three selections are from Lincoln, Fortuna and Norco.
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Preseason No. 1 teams College Park (baseball) & Mission Viejo (softball) both off to solid starts with huge tourney appearances upcoming. Highest ranked newcomers are Harvard-Westlake & San Jose Valley Christian (baseball) plus Los Osos & Riverside M.L. King (softball). Check below for this week’s new list of the State Top 20 baseball and softball […]
We have 25 elite teams pegged in order with writeups for each, led by obvious No. 1 Mission Viejo. The Diablos weren’t obvious at No. 1 at the end of last season, but unbeaten No. 2 Amador Valley may be rebuilding.
This is the first group of players who have been placed on our board to be considered for the 36th annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Football Teams and are all from the massive CIF Southern Section. We welcome additional nominees from parents, coaches and fans.
Presented by ATHLETETRAX, this week’s best show that not all first-round section playoff games are routs. We have plenty of huge totals from games that went 71-70, 68-64 and 62-51. Jake Browning also ties another state record with eight TD passes for one half while a QB goes 11-for-11 (which is good for a state […]
Only one is named from each region for offense, defense and special teams and we’re going to do our best to spread it around as much as possible. This week’s honors go to Norco, Lake Forest, La Canada, Rio Linda, Milpitas and Piedmont.
No. 3 Folsom wins Saturday with QB Jake Browning throwing nine TD passes. On Friday, former CIF state champions Centennial of Corona (No. 6) and Serra of Gardena (No. 14) go back and forth in 68-64 win by the Huskies. The biggest upset victim also is from Inland Empire area as No. 17 Chino Hills […]
It’s not a huge shock that the 2012 State Sophomore of the Year and the 2013 State Junior of the Year gets the numero uno position among California prep softball players this season, but nonetheless it wasn’t a slam dunk choice, either.
Each team gets broken down in this post from No. 1 Rancho Bernardo down through No. 20 Clovis North. The rankings do not include any results from this week. Get your Gold Club membership today to check it out if you haven’t done so yet....