This is how the season looked after the sixth week during our week-by-week replay for three of the most exciting, unpredictable football seasons we’ve covered in our 40-plus years: 1981, 1994 and 2008. No. 1 teams remained Edison of Huntington Beach, Bishop Amat of La Puente and Long Beach Poly. For two of the seasons, the biggest games of the week were between longtime rivals Loyola of Los Angeles and St. Paul of Santa Fe Springs. Bakersfield’s Steve Wofford in 1994 also did something that put his name into the state record book.
For an intro of this feature and a look at the top teams in the state entering these three seasons, CLICK HERE.
This is a post for Gold Club members only on CalHiSports.com. All of our annual preseason all-section, all-county and all-region football teams are being delayed in getting done until late November at the earliest. All of those posts will be for Gold Club members only, but we’ll have plenty more Gold Club coverage in football and boys basketball until then. Not to mention, we’ve just put all of our boys and girls basketball state records onto the site for Gold Club members plus baseball team state records. You can now join for one-month rate of just $3.99. For subscription info, CLICK HERE.
Like a memorable movie or perhaps any episode of Seinfeld, watching that movie or TV show more than once never gets old.
One of our features for the upcoming weeks when we’d normally be knee-deep in football coverage will be to replay three of the most exciting California high school football seasons from the preseason, every week during the regular season, then the playoffs and finally through the final state rankings.