Baseball: Team State Records Launch

Future major leaguer Mike Moustakas rounds the bases for Chatsworth High in middle of 2000s. He was on teams that set still current state records for longest win streak and best record for one season. At right are players from Pacific Grove in 2013 after they set still current NorCal record for best season record. Photos: Chatsworthbaseball.org & Mark Tennis.


We now have a fourth sport with updated state records added to the CalHiSports.com website. It’s baseball and we begin with a look at all of the state records in team categories, including pitching, hitting, win streaks, section titles, league titles and all-time wins. We’ll be adding all of the individual categories for baseball next and will then do the same for softball. California high school baseball state records have never been online before and we’ll have them all updated and ready to go in plenty of time before the 2021 season.

Note: We’re going to make this a free post on CalHiSports.com, but the much longer state record lists we’re going to link to will require a Gold Club membership. We now have extensive state record categories in our online archives in football, boys basketball, girls basketball and baseball plus all-state team listings for more than 40 years. We also will have additional baseball features on players and teams coming soon for Gold Club members as well. To become a Gold Club member for as low as 6.8 cents per day to support this continuing work, CLICK HERE.

Note: We of course utilize MaxPreps.com leader lists for current players and teams and we encourage all schools and coaches to use that platform. There can be errors in those lists, however, that are not edited (especially duplications) and there are still a few players & teams who have unreported totals. MaxPreps also only goes back to the early 2000s. All California records before that were obtained through research by Cal-Hi Sports. We are the only source for state baseball records in California.

Steven Perry and teammate Tyler Wells were a devastating combination at Maxwell in 2011 season. Photo: Colusa County Sun-Herald.


Most Consecutive Wins
54 – Chatsworth, 2003-2005
46 – Maxwell, 2011-2012
42 – Napa Justin-Siena, 2004-06
38 – Linden, 2004-05
38 – Pacific Grove, 2013-2014
36 – Lompoc, 1970-71
35 – San Jacinto, 2008-2009
32 – Newport Beach Sage Hill, 2016-2017
31 – San Dimas, 2016
31 – Clovis Buchanan, 2016-2017
31 – Concord De La Salle, 2019-2020
30 – Concord De La Salle, 1985-86
30 – Santa Maria St. Joseph, 1997-98
30 – Clovis, 1998-99
30 – Camarillo Cornerstone Christian, 2009-2010
Note: For the complete Gold Club list extended to all teams at 26 games or longer, CLICK HERE.
Note: Fresno won 37 consecutive games against prep competition, 1957-59, but lost several games to college teams.

Longest Unbeaten Streaks
54-0-0 – Chatsworth, 2003-2005
46-0-0 – Maxwell, 2011-2012
42-0-0 – Napa Justin-Siena, 2004-06
41-0-1 – Los Angeles Dorsey, 1950-51
39-0-1 – Sacramento McClatchy, 1950-52
39-0-1 – Newport Beach Sage Hill, 2016-2017
38-0-1 – Ontario Chaffey, 1958-59
38-0-1 – El Segundo, 1966-67
38-0-0 – Linden, 2004-05
38-0-0 – Pacific Grove, 2013-2014
36-0-0 – Lompoc, 1970-71
35-0-0 – San Jacinto, 2008-2009
31-0-0 – San Dimas, 2015
31-0-0 – Clovis Buchanan, 2016-2017
31-0-0 – Concord De La Salle, 2019-2020
Note: For the complete Gold Club list extended to all teams with a 28-game unbeaten streak, CLICK HERE.

Head coach John Donohue’s program at Lowell (San Francisco) once won 70 straight league games. Photo: cifsf.org.


Most Consecutive League Wins
100 – Quincy, 1992-2000
70 – San Francisco Lowell, 2001-2005
58 – Temecula Linfield, 1990-96
56 – Mountain Empire, 2007-2013
49 – Colton Christian Center, 1993-98
45 – Westminster La Quinta, 2001-2005
44 – Winters, 1991-1995
Note: For the complete Gold Club list extended to all teams at 35 or higher plus longest league unbeaten streaks, CLICK HERE.

Most Consecutive League Championships
15 – Quincy, 1986-2000
14 – Westminster La Quinta, 1993-2006
14 – Mountain Empire, 2000-2013
13 – Roseville Valley Christian, 1999-2011
11 – Palm Desert, 2009-2019 (current)*
10 – Dunsmuir, 1985-1994
10 – Chatsworth, 1991-2001
10 – Kerman, 2010-2019 (current)*
Note: No season in 2020, streak would still be considered active.

Most League Championships
42 – Bakersfield, 1903-2001
40 – Hanford, 1904-2012
36 – El Segundo, 1960-2019*
35 – Lakewood, 1962-2017
32 – Fresno Roosevelt, 1929-1971
*Note: This is the total of league titles during the career of late longtime head coach John Stevenson and then the six league titles the school has won since Stevenson died. El Segundo has about 30 years of history before that, though, with the number of league titles in those years not known.

Most Consecutive Section Championships
10 – Modesto Central Catholic, 2000-2009
6 – Sutter, 2012-2017
5 – Woodlake, 1953-57
5 – Winters, 2015-2019 (current)
4 – San Francisco Sacred Heart, 1950-53
4 – Selma, 1965-68
4 – Temecula Linfield, 1993-96
4 – Winters, 2000-2003
4 – El Cajon Grossmont, 2005-08
4 – Concord De La Salle, 2016-2019 (current)

Note: For several more long league winning streaks plus separate categories for most section championships, most state championships, most consecutive losses, most consecutive league losses and most runs allowed, CLICK HERE.

Most Wins (Season) (on the field)
37 – Sacramento Grant, 1989 (37-7-1)
35 – San Diego, 1952 (35-2)
35 – Sacramento Grant, 1984 (35-4)
35 – San Francisco Balboa, 1989 (35-7)
35 – Chatsworth, 2004 (35-0)
34 – San Francisco Balboa, 1988 (34-6)
34 – Santa Clara Wilcox, 2002 (34-3)
34 – San Jose Bellarmine, 2005 (34-5)
34 – San Jose Bellarmine, 2006 (34-4)
33 – El Segundo, 1971 (33-2)
33 – Larkspur Redwood, 1977 (33-4)
33 – Rancho Cordova, 1984 (33-5-1)
33 – Clovis, 1998 (33-2)
33 – Chatsworth, 2003 (33-1)
33 – San Jose Valley Christian, 2007 (33-4)
33 – San Fernando, 2013 (33-3)

One of the state’s all-time best coaches, Tom Muesborn, directed the dominant teams at Chatsworth in 2004-05. Photo: chatsworthhs.org/baseball/


Most Wins (Undefeated Season)
35 – Chatsworth, 2004 (35-0)
31 – Pacific Grove, 2013 (31-0)
30 – Maxwell, 2011 (30-0)
29 – Santa Maria St. Joseph, 1997 (29-0)
28 – Oxnard Rio Mesa, 1980 (28-0-1)
27 – Napa Justin-Siena, 2005 (27-0)
26 – Ontario, 1991 (26-0)
26 – Linden, 2005 (26-0)
25 – Temecula Linfield, 1991 (25-0)
23 – Los Angeles Lutheran, 1964 (23-0)
22 – Sacramento McClatchy, 1951 (22-0-1)
22 – Camarillo Cornerstone Christian, 2009 (22-0)
20 – Red Bluff, 1984 (20-0)

Most Consecutive Wins (Within Season)
35 – Chatsworth, 2004 (35-0)
31 – Pacific Grove, 2013 (31-0)
31 – San Dimas, 2015 (31-1, lost last)
30 – Maxwell, 2011 (30-0)
29 – Santa Maria St. Joseph, 1997 (29-0)
28 – Merced, 1978 (29-1, won first 28)
28 – Concord De La Salle, 2019 (29-1, started 1-1, won last 28)
27 – Lompoc, 1970 (27-1, won last 27)
27 – Oxnard Rio Mesa, 1980 (28-0-1, won last 27)
27 – Sacramento Grant, 1984 (35-4, won first 27)
27 – Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, 1984 (27-1, won first 27)
27 – La Puente Bishop Amat, 1993 (27-1, won first 27)
27 – Sonoma, 1999 (27-1, won first 27)
27 – Carlsbad La Costa Canyon, 2003 (32-1, won last 27)
27 – Napa Justin-Siena, 2005 (27-0)
27 – Riverside Woodcrest Christian, 2010 (27-1, won last 27)
27 – San Jose Willow Glen, 2010 (27-1, won first 27)
27 – Newport Beach Sage Hill, 2016 (28-1, won last 27)
Note: For complete Gold Club list with all teams that have had 25-game in-season win streaks or longer plus category for most games played in a season, CLICK HERE.

Most Consecutive Wins In Extra Inning Games
12 – El Cajon Valhalla, 2018-2019 (current)

Best One-Season Records
35-0 – Chatsworth, 2004
31-0 – Pacific Grove, 2013
30-0 – Maxwell, 2011
29-0 – Santa Maria St. Joseph, 1997
26-0 – Ontario, 1991
26-0 – Linden, 2005
25-0 – Temecula Linfield, 1991
23-0 – Los Angeles Lutheran, 1964
22-0 – Camarillo Cornerstone Christian, 2009
20-0 – Red Bluff, 1984
19-0 – Sepulveda Monroe, 1971
18-0 – Oxnard Santa Clara, 1960
Note: Fresno was undefeated against prep competition in 1958 (18-0), but lost one game to a college freshmen team.

Best Two-Season Records
17-0-1 -Tulare, 1943-44
68-1 – Chatsworth, 2003-04
39-1 – Los Angeles Lutheran, 1964-65

Best Three-Season Records
70-3 – Temecula Linfield, 1991-93
97-5 – Chatsworth, 2003-2005
93-7 – Chatsworth, 2002-2004

Best Four-Season Records
94-6 – Temecula Linfield, 1991-94
124-8 – Chatsworth, 2001-2004
117-8 – Yuba City, 2007-2010

Best Five-Season Record
149-10-1 – Chatsworth, 2000-2004
153-13 – Chatsworth, 2001-2005
118-11 – Temecula Linfield, 1991-95
Note: For much longer Gold Club lists of schools with the best two-season, three-season and four-season records, CLICK HERE.

Most Consecutive Shutout Games
7 – Chico Pleasant Valley, 1967
7 – South San Francisco El Camino, 1977
6 – Eureka, 1956
6 – Winters, 1994

Most Consecutive Shutout Innings
56 – South San Francisco El Camino, 1977
47 – Eureka, 1956
46 – Winters, 1994

Harvard-Westlake head coach Matt La Cour had team in 2013 that posted 16 shutouts and was led by future MLB star Jack Flaherty. Photo: Mark Tennis.


Most Shutouts (Season)
19 – Maxwell, 2011 (30-0)
19 – San Dimas, 2015 (31-1)
16 – North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake, 2013 (28-4)
15 – Fresno, 1958 (25-1)
15 – Fowler, 2001 (26-5-1)
15 – San Jose Bellarmine, 2013 (25-7)
14 – Newport Beach Sage Hill, 2016 (28-1)
13 – Fresno Hoover, 1975 (29-2)
13 – Pacific Grove, 2013 (31-0)
13 – Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian Academy, 2013 (29-2)
13 – Riverside Woodcrest Christian, 2016 (29-5)
13 – Vacaville Christian, 2017 (26-5)
13 – Los Banos, 2019 (28-1)

Most No-Hitters (Season)
10 – Maxwell, 2011 (30-0)

Most Consecutive No-Hitters
4 – Santa Rosa Sonoma Academy, 2016*
4 – Petaluma St. Vincent DePaul, 2016
*School goes by six consecutive no-hitters, but there was a scoring controversy (hit or error) in the fifth game. Lower total is what we always use.

Lowest Team ERA (Season)
0.51 – San Dimas, 2015 (31-1)
0.64 – Maxwell, 2011 (30-0)
0.80 – Newport Beach Sage Hill, 2016 (28-1)

Best Records in 2010s (Thru 2019)
261-58-1 – Clovis Buchanan (81.7%)
228-68-4 – Studio City Harvard Westlake (76.6%)

Best Records in 2000s (Thru 2009)
297-31-1 – Chatsworth (90.4%)
254-45-1 – Westminster La Quinta (84.8%)

Note: To see Gold Club list for schools with the best records in the 1990s, 1980s, 1970s, CLICK HERE.

Best Record Since 2000 (thru 2020)
537-116-4 – Chatsworth (82.0%)
482-163-1 – San Diego Rancho Bernardo (74.7%)

Best Record Since 1990 (thru 2020)
764-189-8 – Chatsworth (79.9%)

Best Record Since 1980 (thru 2020)
974-254-9 – Chatsworth (79.1%)

Best All-Time Record
1,085-366-10 – Chatsworth, 1963-2020 (74.6%)
1,195-488-17 – Lakewood*, 1958-2020 (70.8%)
*Missing some non-league contests plus does not include one loss by forfeit.

Most Wins in 2010s (Thru 2019)
261 – Clovis Buchanan (261-58-1)
241 – San Diego Rancho Bernardo (241-74-1)
240 – Chatsworth (240-85-3)
235 – Chula Vista Eastlake (235-75-4)

Note: To see Gold Club list for schools with the most wins in the 2000s, 1990s, 1980s, 1970s, CLICK HERE.

Most All-Time Reported Wins
1,541 – Fresno, 1898-2020 (1,541-888-6)
1,338 – Hanford, 1902-2020 (1,338-938-25)
Note: Records for some seasons at San Diego are not reported. The Cavers are believed to have more than 1,400 wins since 1898.

Desert Christian (Lancaster) players have been known to swing the bat, especially in 2010 season. Photo: desertchristian.com.


Highest Batting Averages (Season)
.465 – Lancaster Desert Christian, 2010 (406×874) (28)
.449 – Acton Vasquez, 2005 (384×856) (26)
.445 – Victorville Excelsior Charter, 2016 (245×551) (24)
.441 – Los Molinos, 1980 (22)
.432 – Victorville Excelsior Charter, 2015 (234×542) (23)
.431 – Bakersfield Centennial, 2002 (404×938) (29)
.428 – Acton Vasquez, 2004 (325×760) (27)
.420 – Bakersfield Stockdale, 2008 (379×903)
.418 – Chatsworth, 2004 (395×945) (35)
.414 – Maxwell, 2011 (317×978) (30)
.413 – Bakersfield Stockdale, 2017 (385×1129) (29)
.410 – Riverside Woodcrest Christian, 2010 (332×810) (28)
Note: To see complete Gold Club list with all reported teams at .390 or higher, CLICK HERE.

Most Hits (Season)
424 – Sacramento Grant, 1984 (39)
406 – Lancaster Desert Christian, 2010 (28)
404 – Bakersfield Centennial, 2002 (29)
401 – San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 2010 (33)
400 – Vista, 2009
397 – San Diego Cathedral Catholic, 2007 (36)
397 – O’Neals Minarets, 2014 (33)
395 – Chatsworth, 2004 (35)
392 – Lakeside El Capitan, 2000
391 – San Diego, 1949 (32)
Note: To see complete Gold Club list with all reported team at 352 hits or more, CLICK HERE.

Most Hits (Game)
50 – Canoga Park Faith Baptist (57) vs. Los Angeles Pilgrim (0), 1999 (five innings)
39 – Mendocino (52) vs. Leggett Valley, 2003 (five innings)
37 – Anderson (48) vs. Live Oak (2), 1955
36 – El Cajon Christian (48) vs. La Jolla Country Day (0), 1977
36 – La Puente Bishop Amat (39) vs. Compton Dominguez (1), 1992
36 – Sacramento Kennedy (40) vs. Sacramento Burbank (6), 2000 (five innings)
36 – Saratoga Prospect (35) vs. San Jose Yerba Buena (0), 2013 (five innings)
Note: To see complete Gold Club list with all reported teams at 32 hits or more, CLICK HERE.

Most Doubles (Season)
108 – Bakersfield Stockdale, 2008 (33)
106 – San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 2010 (33)
102 – Quartz Hill, 2006 (29)
98 – Bakersfield Centennial, 2002 (29)
96 – Chatsworth, 2004 (35)
95 – Bakersfield Stockdale, 2017 (29)
93 – Lakeside El Capitan, 2003
92 – Chatsworth, 1998 (33)
92 – Laguna Beach, 2014 (30)
90 – Chatsworth, 2004 (35)
87 – San Diego St. Augustine, 1993 (34)
87 – Ramona, 2014
85 – Chatsworth, 2007 (33)
85 – San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 2007 (31)
85 – Sacramento Christian Brothers, 2017 (31)
Note: To see complete Gold Club list with all reported teams at 78 doubles or more, CLICK HERE.

Most Doubles (Game)
14 – El Cajon Christian vs. La Jolla Country Day, 1977
13 – Lancaster Desert Christian vs. Lone Pine, 1996
12 – Van Nuys Montclair Prep vs. Sepulveda San Fernando Valley Christian, 1981
12 – Palmdale vs. Palmdale Highland, 1996
12 – Ramona vs. Escondido Orange Glen, 2014
Note: To see complete Gold Club list with all reported teams at 10 doubles or more, CLICK HERE.

Most Triples (Season)
36 – Lancaster Desert Christian, 2010 (28)
34 – Petaluma St. Vincent, 1990
31 – Long Beach Millikan, 1983
30 – Acton Vasquez, 2005 (26)
29 – Lakewood, 1996
28 – Yucaipa, 1980
28 – Anaheim Loara, 1980
28 – Phelan Serrano, 1983
27 – Temecula Valley, 1995 (29)
26 – Dos Palos, 1979
26 – Holtville, 1999

Sam Torres was one of the best players at Minarets in 2014 when the Mustangs cracked 397 hits to earn spot in state records. Photo: Mark Tennis.


Most Triples (Game)
7 – Vista Calvary Christian vs. San Diego Ocean View Christian, 2012
7 – Quartz Hill vs. Canyon Country Canyon, 2017
Note: To see complete Gold Club list with all reported teams at 5 triples or more, CLICK HERE.

Most Home Runs (Season)
75 – Chula Vista Eastlake, 1999 (30)
75 – San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 2000 (33)
74 – Chatsworth, 2007 (34)
69 – San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 2002 (36)
65 – Lakeside El Capitan, 2000
65 – Lakeside El Capitan, 2002
64 – Bakersfield Centennial, 2006 (30)
60 – San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 2001
60 – Bakersfield Centennial, 2008 (31)
Note: To see complete Gold Club list with all reported teams at 50 home runs or more, CLICK HERE.

Most Home Runs (Game)
10 – Temecula Valley (13) vs. Hawthorne (8), 2000
10 – Walnut Creek Las Lomas (21) vs. Martinez Alhambra (2), 2003
9 – Santee Santana (22) vs. El Cajon Valley (3), 1985
9 – Anaheim Canyon (23) vs. Pasadena (2), 1994 (5 innings)
9 – R.S.M. Santa Margarita (31) vs. Newport Beach Corona del Mar (4), 1997
9 – Canoga Park Faith Baptist (57) vs. Los Angeles Pilgrim (0), 1999 (5 innings)
9 – Chico Pleasant Valley (17) vs. Paradise (8), 2000
8 – San Diego vs. Fullerton, 1930
8 – Oxnard Rio Mesa vs. North Hills Los Angeles Baptist, 1980
8 – Hesperia Christian vs. Riverside Woodcrest Christian,1981
8 – Chula Vista Hilltop (15) vs. San Diego Marian (11), 1984
8 – Riverside Norte Vista vs. Barstow, 1985
8 – Fallbrook (22) vs. Carlsbad (5), 1987
8 – Quincy (33) vs. Loyalton (4), 1997
8 – Merced (25) vs. Modesto Downey (4), 1997
8 – San Diego Rancho Bernardo vs. San Diego St. Augustine, 2002
8 – Lakeside El Capitan vs. Spring Valley Mt. Miguel, 2002
8 – San Diego Rancho Bernardo vs. Ramona, 2002
8 – Bakersfield Frontier (32) vs. Porterville Monache (7), 2010

Most Home Runs (Inning)
6 – Fallbrook (22) vs. Carlsbad (5), 1987 (3rd inning)
5 – Santa Ana (20) vs. Santa Ana Val. (6), 1987 (3rd inning)
5 – Los Angeles Westchester (19) vs. Venice (1), 1999 (1st inning)
5 – Anaheim Canyon (20) vs. San Lorenzo (4), 2000 (3rd inning)
5 – Tehachapi (24) vs. Wasco (5), 2004

Most Consecutive Home Runs
5 – Fallbrook (22) vs. Carlsbad (5), 1987 (3rd inning)
5 – Los Angeles Westchester (19) vs. Venice (1), 1999 (1st inning)
4 – Carlsbad Army-Navy (10) vs. San Diego Lutheran (8), 1986 (3rd inning)
4 – Newport Harbor Corona del Mar (7) vs. Tustin Foothill (6), 1992 (3rd inning)
4 – Quartz Hill (14) vs. Lancaster Littlerock (9), 1998 (1st inning)
4 – Newhall Hart vs. Burbank, 2000

Most Grand Slams (Game)
4 – Carmichael La Sierra (27) vs. Citrus Heights San Juan (5) 1983 (2 by Kurt Zalar, 5 HRs overall)
3 – Firebaugh (20) vs. Fresno Christian (9), 1997
3 – SJ Capistrano Capistrano Valley Christian (20) vs. San Diego Crawford (2), 2010

Most Grand Slams (Inning)
3 – Carmichael La Sierra (27) vs. Citrus Heights San Juan (5), 1983 (by Todd Prangley, Tim Moore, Kurt Zalar in 20-run 4th inning)
Note: La Sierra closed its doors after the 1982-83 school year. All alumni of the school are forever grateful to these players for setting state and national records just a few weeks before the school year ended.

Most Runs (Game)
57 – Canoga Park Faith Baptist vs. Los Angeles Pilgrim (0), 1999 (5 innings)
54 – Van Nuys Montclair Prep vs. Los Angeles Pilgrim (1), 1998 (5 innings)
53 – Delano vs. Woodlake (1), 1927
53 – San Diego Parker vs. Escondido Calvin Christian (0), 1985
52 – Mendocino vs. Leggett Valley (0), 2003 (5 innings)
48 – Anderson vs. Live Oak (2), 1955 (7 Innings)
48 – El Cajon Christian vs. La Jolla Country Day (0), 1977
47 – Fowler vs. Parlier (0), 1984
47 – Lake Isabella Kern Valley vs. Lone Pine (0), 1996 (4 1/2 innings)
45 – Whittier vs. Garden Grove, 1922
45 – Temecula Linfield vs. Hemet Baptist Christian (2), 1993 (5 innings)
44 – Eureka vs. Miranda South Fork (3), 1956
44 – Los Angeles Crenshaw vs. Los Angeles Manual Arts (4), 2004
42 – Sacramento Waldorf vs. Sacramento Country Day (1), 1987 (4 Innings)
42 – El Segundo vs. Gardena Serra, 1990
42 – Sherman Oaks Buckley vs. Los Angeles Windward (2), 1993
42 – Firebaugh vs. Avenal (0), 2012*
Non-Winning Team:
30 – Cuyama Valley & Shandon (30-30 tie), 2004
Losing Team:
29 – Bakersfield Christian vs. Tehachapi (30), 2008
25 – Los Angeles Manual Arts vs. Los Angeles (27), 1983
*Future NFL QB Josh Allen 5-for-6 with 5 RBI and had no-hitter, 12 Ks for Firebaugh.

Most Runs on No Hits (Game)
9 – Pittsburg vs. Sparks, Nev. (6), April 1992

Head coach Jeff Carlson of Elk Grove had five future MLB players on his roster in 2013 and in 2009 he had a team that scored 27 runs in one inning. Photo: Courtesy John Hull.


Most Runs (Inning)
32 – Banning Twin Pines (41) vs. Long Beach Zinsmeyer (4), 2003 (1st inning)*
28 – Mendocino (31) vs. Covelo Round Valley (4), 1995 (1st inning)
28 – Canoga Park Faith Baptist (57) vs. Los AngelesPilgrim (0), 1999 (5th inning)*
27 – San Diego Francis Parker (53) vs. San Diego Calvin Christian (0), 1985*
27 – Bakersfield Valley (40) vs. Lancaster Bethel Christian (8), 2001 (2nd inning)***
27 – Elk Grove (38) vs. Sacramento Valley (3), 2009 (1st inning)
25 – Los Molinos (33) vs. Williams (1), 2000 (3rd inning)*
Note: To see complete Gold Club list with all reported teams at 20 runs for one inning or more, CLICK HERE.
* 5 Inning Game
** 4 Inning Game
***3 Inning Game

Most Runs (Season)
388 – San Diego, 1949 (32)
379 – Sacramento Grant, 1984 (39)
372 – Chatsworth, 2004 (35)
362 – El Segundo, 1990 (31)
362 – Maxwell, 2011 (30)
361 – North Hills Los Angeles Baptist, 1996 (28)
358 – Bakersfield Centennial, 2007 (35)
356 – Larkspur Redwood, 1977 (37)
343 – Van Nuys Montclair Prep, 1981
340 – San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 2010
Note: To see complete Gold Club list with all reported teams at 321 runs or more, CLICK HERE.

Most Runs Batted in (Season)
345 – Chatsworth, 2004 (35)
302 – Chatsworth, 1998 (33)
293 – Dos Palos, 2000 (30)
276 – Chatsworth, 2005 (33)
275 – Chatsworth, 2007 (34)
272 – Bakersfield Centennial, 2000 (29)
265 – Larkspur Redwood, 1977 (37)

Most Stolen Bases (Season)
277 – Anza Hamilton, 1990
253 – Arcadia Rio Hondo, 1980
248 – Arcadia Rio Hondo, 1978
242 – Los Angeles Bel-Air Prep, 1986
233 – Arcadia Rio Hondo, 1977
216 – Sun Valley Village Chrisitan, 1982

Most Stolen Bases (Game)
43 – La Puente Temple Christian (24) vs. Harbor City Christian, 1980
39 – Orange Southern California Christian vs. Riverside Calif. School for Deaf, 1989
36 – Arcadia Rio Hondo vs. Temple City Temple Christian, 1978
35 – Canoga Park Coutin vs. San Marino Southwestern, 1995
33 – Arcadia Rio Hondo vs. Los Angeles Lutheran, 1977
33 – Arcadia Rio Hondo vs. Palos Verdes Peninsula Chadwick, 1977

Most Double Plays (Season)
36 – Ventura, 1988
33 – Canyon Country Canyon, 1986 (24)
32 – Canyon Country Canyon, 1985
31 – Bakersfield East, 1961
31 – Bakersfield East, 1962 (26)
31 – El Monte, 1991 (21)

Most Times Walked (Game)
24 – Vacaville (25) vs, Fairfield Armijo (4), 1986

Note: To see more teams for most steals in a season, most steals in a game and for most double plays plus extra categories such as most errors (game), CIF state championship results from 1918 to 1920 and a national championship game held in San Diego, CLICK HERE.

Mark Tennis is the co-founder and publisher of CalHiSports.com. He can be reached at markjtennis@gmail.com. Don’t forget to follow Mark on the Cal-Hi Sports Twitter handle:


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3 Comments

  1. Bodyguard
    Posted September 15, 2020 at 8:38 pm | Permalink

    Hey Mark,
    Let me take a stab at what was the greatest high schhol outfields in state history not sure what was the least year they player together, but it was in tyhe earl 1950s. Frank Robinson, Curt Flood, and Vada Pinson at Oakland McClymonds. Flood did evenutally tansfer and graduate from Oakland Tech.

    • Bodyguard
      Posted September 15, 2020 at 8:40 pm | Permalink

      Let me clean that up a little:
      Let me take a stab at what was the greatest high school outfield in state history not sure what was the last year they player together, but it was in the early 1950s. Frank Robinson, Curt Flood, and Vada Pinson at Oakland McClymonds. Flood did evenutally tansfer and graduate from Oakland Tech.

    • Mark Tennis
      Posted September 15, 2020 at 11:15 pm | Permalink

      I’ve never written about that because could never find out for sure if those three were ever together in a McClymonds outfield and when. Sure would have been easier if Flood hadn’t left.

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