Stockton Stuffer: Yes for halls of fame

We are now partnering with our local Stockton Record on several content initiatives (some in print and some on-line, including video). Here’s a recap of what’s been completed this week plus our choice for a local Football Team to Watch.

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Every school should have a Hall of Fame, especially Lincoln
Cal-Hi Sports editor Mark Tennis mentions many reasons why having an athletic hall of fame is a good idea for every school and goes over a list of those that would be great choices if one were to get started at Lincoln. For more, CLICK HERE.

Local & State Sports Show
Cal-Hi Sports editor Mark Tennis joins Stockton Record prep editor Thomas Lawrence for more on high school Halls of Fame, going over this week’s St. Mary’s vs. Lincoln matchup for the TCAL title plus some picks for other games this weekend in the San Joaquin County area. For more, CLICK HERE.

Football Team To Watch
Chavez (Stockton)

It took a play made in the final seconds for the Titans to have lost last week to McNair 52-48, which was their first loss in San Joaquin Athletic Association competition. Sure, the SJAA is not close to the Tri-County Athletic League with St. Mary’s, Lincoln, etc., but Chavez was the SJAA champion last year and played like a defending champion against the Eagles. If the Titans do so once again this week in their showdown with first-place Stagg, it could go down to the wire once again. After all, the Stagg-McNair matchup from two weeks ago wasn’t decided until the closing seconds as well. A Chavez win would create a three-way tie for the SJAA title, but it also would be a sixth win for the Titans and puts them into the section playoffs. Stagg is attempting to earn a section playoff berth for the seventh straight year and would not get to six wins if it loses to the Titans.

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