FB: All-State Soph List For Patches

Players who are selected to this year’s all-state teams will be able to get patches like these from last year commemorating the achievement. Photo: Mark Tennis.

Congratulations to the following players listed in alphabetical order who have been selected to either first team or second team on the 2018 Cal-Hi Sports All-State Sophomore Football Teams. These players and their families can now order an official 2018 all-state football patch plus you’ll get a certificate through our partners at BillyTees.com. We also wanted to post the names on a list so we’re not collecting a subscription from a parent who is only interested in seeing if their son has been picked and then finds out the son wasn’t picked.

For ordering info to get 2018 all-state football patch, CLICK HERE.

To get a Gold Club subscription so you can see the complete presentation of the Cal-Hi Sports 2018 All-State Sophomore Football Teams, CLICK HERE.

Zeus Alefosio (Villa Park)
Khalil Ali (South Hills)
Jonathan Arceneaux (Whittier)
Cole Batson (San Clemente)
Anthony Beavers (Serra, Gardena)
Brayden Blevins (Liberty, Bak)
Jason Boyle (Mission Hills)
Evan Branch-Haynes (Sacred Heart Cathedral)
Josh Bryan (Sierra Canyon)
Nick Calcaterra (Palisades)
Ethan Calvert (Oaks Christian)
Byron Cardwell (St. Augustine, SD)
Makai Cope (Venice)
Anthony Cooper (Aquinas)
Jaylin Davies (Mater Dei, SA)
Raesjon Davis (Mater Dei, SA)
Cristian Dixon (Diamond Ranch, Pomona)
Zevi Eckhaus (Culver City)
Donny Fitzgerald (Coachella Valley)
Jonathan Flowe (Upland)
Korey Foreman (Centennial, Corona)
Troy Franklin (Menlo-Atherton)
Christian Gaeta (St. Augustine, SD)
Jake Garcia (Narbonne)
Jaden Genova (JSerra)
Ilaisa Gonebure (Capital Christian)
Dorian Hale (De La Salle)
D.J. Harvey (Sierra Canyon)
Manai Hazlett (Del Norte, SD)
Kajiya Hollawayne (San Jacinto)
Isaiah Howard (San Pedro)
Malik Hunt (Simi Valley)
Willie James (Tulare)
Jekob Jones (Central, Fresno)
Peni Kaufusi (Grant, Sac)
Justin Lamson (Oak Ridge)
Ross Maseuli (Cathedral Catholic)
Campbell McHarg (Calabasas)
Jacob Moore (Notre Dame, SO)
Elia Migao (Chaparral)
George Miki-Han (Mater Dei, SA)
Reymello Murphy (Archbishop Mitty)
Chayden Peery (Sierra Canyon)
Kekoa Pele-Allen (Oaks Christian)
Dominic Perez (Rancho Cucamonga)
Tristen Ramirez (Chaparral)
Nikko Reed (Moreau Catholic)
Brenden Segovia (El Camino Real)
Tyron Smith (Apple Valley)
Raymond Spriggs (Lincoln, San Diego)
D.J. Stevenson (Buchanan)
Nelson Suisala (Hayward)
Jordon Tagaloa (Bishop Diego)
Deshon Thompson (Northview)
Kevika Toa (Oceanside)
Jay Toia (Grace Brethren)
Victory Vaka (Westlake)
Lonnie Wessel (Golden West)
Keanu Williams (Clovis)
Marceeese Yetts (Narbonne)


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4 Comments

  1. dennis jackson
    Posted January 19, 2019 at 10:53 pm | Permalink

    korey foreman name is spelled with a k not a c from corona centennial high

    • Mark Tennis
      Posted January 21, 2019 at 12:09 pm | Permalink

      Thanks. Fixed yesterday (Sunday) for both lists.

  2. Faustina Maseuli
    Posted April 18, 2019 at 9:56 am | Permalink

    I ordered 2 patches for my son Ross Maseuli
    2018 and 2019. We received 2017 but still have not received 2018. It’s been a few months . Please respond.

    • Mark Tennis
      Posted April 18, 2019 at 4:11 pm | Permalink

      Sorry for the problem.
      You would need to contact billytees.com because they’re the ones with the inventory.
      They usually are quite responsive unless they’re at a CIF state event (which they won’t be until swimming in a few weeks).

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