State Super 65: No. 11 to No. 20

This image is from undefeated State Team of the Year Mission Viejo's 2004 program cover. Wearing No. 6 at bottom is future NFL QB Mark Sanchez.

This image is from undefeated State Team of the Year Mission Viejo’s 2004 program cover. Wearing No. 6 at bottom is future NFL QB Mark Sanchez.



This group of teams is now led by 2001 Long Beach Poly, which won its third straight CIFSS top division title and lost its only game to perhaps the greatest team in state history. Others in this group of teams include one more new team each from Mater Dei (2018) and St. John Bosco (2019) plus Mission Viejo 2004 and our pick as best ever from the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section — Cordova of Rancho Cordova 1975.

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