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....
The SoCal Player of the Week is Norwalk’s Rashaad Penny for yet another sensational outing while the NorCal selection goes to Miramonte QB Drew Anderson.
Extremely close race for the Cal-Hi Sports Ms. Softball State Player of the Year honor goes to the girl with the most speed. Norco’s Kylie Reed, headed to Cal, also is the best we’ve seen in person as a slap-hitting, left-handed leadoff hitter.
Sharks are behind only Red Mountain of Arizona in original 50-team deep final national rankings. Four other California teams are in the top 10 and there are 13 that made the cut above 50. FAB 50 national rankings will be back every week next season.
No. 1 Amador Valley heads into Carew Classic with six shutouts in seven games. No. 5 Norco also is in that event. With Amador gone, Livermore Stampede will still go on with top field, led by No. 6 Mitty.
With huge tourneys right around the corner, there are few changes in this week’s rankings. Vintage of Napa stays among elite after winning eight games in four days. Preseason No. 1 Pacifica, meanwhile, falls out after Monday loss.