State Super 65: No. 31 to No. 40

Corona Centennial's Chacho Ulloa holds up 2015 CIFSS title plaque while Noah Anthony (left) and Cameron Jackson (right) look on amid other teammates. Huskies scored unbelievable 55 points in first half. Photo: Mark Tennis.

Corona Centennial’s Chacho Ulloa holds up 2015 CIFSS title plaque while Noah Anthony (left) and Cameron Jackson (right) look on amid other teammates. Huskies scored unbelievable 55 points in first half of 62-52 win against St. John Bosco. Photo: Mark Tennis.

Leading off this group is our top choice from the CIF San Diego Section, Vista of 1974, but if you talk to a lot of longtime observers from that area you probably will get a different choice as to which should be No. 1. California’s first 15-0 team from Bishop Amat plus a Long Beach Poly squad that ended its season with a 102-0 win headline others selected in this group.

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