Category Archives: S.F. Bay Area Rankings
We ran out of time to get last week’s honor roll posted due to Mr. Basketball State POY announcement, but have two weeks rolled into one for this post. In baseball, Ashwin Chona of Sage Hill (Newport Beach) gets a two-hit shutout, but did not throw a fourth straight no-hitter. Alex Reelfs of Los Altos […]
Antioch standout junior Najee Harris rushes for 390 yards and six touchdowns, but comes up inches short on what would have been a probable game-winning two-point conversion in heart-wrenching loss to Foothill of Pleasanton. The Falcons (12-0) now get to play De La Salle.
Three lead changes in the last seven minutes shows just how close state No. 14 Bellarmine of San Jose and state No. 23 Del Oro of Loomis were to each other in a Friday night matchup. It was an improbable 34-31 win for Bellarmine and a second straight tough loss to a strong opponent for […]
Using the same 30-man format as the all-state teams we’ve chosen for many years – offense, defense, multi-purpose with kicker and punter – here is a look at what we’ve come up with to start the 2015 season. Returning State Junior of the Year Javon McKinley and returning State Sophomore of the Year Darnay Holmes...
No, we didn’t forget to do final S.F. Bay Area football rankings. We just had to wait for the primary compiler to get done helping run the largest girls basketball tournament in the nation. In the final Top 25 for the region, the biggest question was where to put 16-0 Campolindo of Moraga.
This is the third and final group of players who have been placed on our board to be considered for the 36th annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Football Teams. These are from the CIF Central Coast Section, CIF North Coast Section, CIF San Francisco & Oakland sections, CIF Northern Section & CIF Sac-Joaquin Section. We welcome […]
Thanks to Contra Costa County, the Bay Area is well-represented in this week’s CIF NorCal bowl games and may have three teams going for CIF state titles in two weeks. Congrats to all teams that played in section finals last weekend in the NCS and CCS.
Sacred Heart Prep and Bellarmine are now in the No. 3 and No. 4 positions after De La Salle and Clayton Valley. It’s also a good week for NCS finalist Pittsburg to go way up plus there’s the weirdness of ranking teams that played in CCS consolation games.
QB Jerrel Stancil has a huge outing as Bears earn their second CIF San Francisco Section in four years with a triumph over Lincoln. Sophomore Niamey Harris also continued to make big plays for Mission.