This is a trivia challenge for any and all who think they know a little about the CIF state football bowl games and California high school football history.
The California Interscholastic Federation state bowl games began in 2006 with three games in Division I, Division II and Division III. By 2008, the event expanded to include an Open Division at the top and Division IV for small schools at the bottom. Then last year, there was more expansion as regional bowl games in Northern and Southern California were added so teams would play their way into the state bowl games.
Try to get 6-for-6 on this quiz about California football state bowl games and state playoffs. We put one trick question in there, too. Sure, you could Google the answers or look some of them up on the CIF state web site, but what’s the point and where’s the fun in that?
Why is Truckee not part of cif if they are from cali?
The schools in the Lake Tahoe area, like Truckee, have been part of the Nevada association for many years. It’s due to travel considerations and that those schools are closer connected to schools in Reno. Needles in the south is the same.