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NBA Draft: Melo, O go No. 3, No. 6

The 2020 NBA Draft went down on Wednesday at ESPN headquarters in Connecticut with many hoop fans from California focusing on where former Chino Hills High teammates LaMelo Ball and Onyeka Okongwu were picked. We knew it would be in the lottery and it was with Ball going at No. 3 to the Charlotte Hornets […]

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1981, ’94, ’08 Season Replays Week 12

This is how the season looked after the 12th 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. And at this point in those seasons things were really starting to get interesting. In 1981, there was a new No. 1...

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All About Unique School Nicknames

As El Camino Real of Woodland Hills has decided within the last week to abandon its “Conquistadores” nickname and is considering alternatives, the nicknames we’ve always liked best in all of our years of covering the state are the ones that are unique and not used by any other schools. We have plenty of Eagles,...

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Football Blasts From The Past

Here’s another look back in time to approximately the same week of the California high school football season from five, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35 and 40 years ago. At the end of what would have normally been the end of each of those seasons, we may go back even further. For this look […]

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January Football Restart In Jeopardy

All you have to do is take a look at the state’s new COVID map that reflects the latest case numbers and positivity rates to see how the latest surge with the Coronavirus pandemic is going to impact the scheduled restart of high school sports in the state in January. We’ve been down this road […]

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D1AA State Champs Still Strong

Central of Fresno loses a lot of offensive firepower from 2019 club that made history with 15-0 record and CIF D1-AA state title. But don’t fret about the Grizzlies. They’re loaded on defense for the 2020-21 season, hoping they get to start on time in January, and should be fine on offense with another transfer […]

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1994, ’08, ’81 Season Replays Week 11

This is how the season looked after the 11th 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. There was a new No. 1 in the state in 1981 after Servite of Anaheim (which had four losses) knocked off Edison...

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Top 5 NFL, NBA, MLB Calif. Coach Wins

With head coach Andy Reid of the Kansas City Chiefs moving into the top five on the NFL all-time wins list (playoffs included), we were inspired to look up the top five from California high schools in the major sports of football, basketball and baseball. Reid, who is a graduate from Marshall High of Los […]

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Signing Day Superlatives

Archbishop Mitty (San Jose) girls basketball program turns heads with six signing national letters of intent on Wednesday, which could be a record in California for one class, one day and one team in that sport. The JSerra (San Juan Capistrano) baseball program also was amazing with eight D1 signees (plus another going to Yale), […]

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Football Blasts From The Past

Here’s another look back in time to approximately the same week of the California high school football season from five, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35 and 40 years ago. At the end of what would have normally been the end of each of those seasons, we may go back even further. For this look […]

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