We first wrote up this feature five years ago and have updated with different photos and updated information. The premise is about what do you do when you’re from a school that no longer exists? These schools did exist and some thrived in various sports for many years. Cal-Hi Sports has strong connections to more […]
Similar to its Bay 75 list of top athletes from the CIF North Coast and CIF Central Coast Sections, here’s a series of honors from our partners at SportStars Magazine highlighting some of the best of the best during the 2015-16 school year from the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section. The athletes of the year are Ryan […]
The longest-standing girls showcase in California had two new girls stamp themselves as legends of the event, Sabrina Ionescu of Miramonte and Aarion McDonald of Brookside Christian.
She could be “on the bubble” to be chosen to play in this year’s McDonald’s All-American Game, but it sure would be fun if Aarion McDonald of Stockton Brookside Christian made it since she’d be the first “McDonald” to be a McDonald’s All-American.
We include some big-time efforts from players who have already led their teams this week to major national invitational titles such as Lonzo Ball (Chino Hills) and Aquira DeCosta (Stockton St. Mary’s). Others lighting up scorebooks include Johnny McWilliams of San Marcos and Junior Ballard of Lathrop for boys plus Janelle Sumilong of Hanford and […]
After the first 15, our preseason State Top 40 rankings of the best teams from north to south continues. This group is led by sharpshooting Pinewood of Los Altos Hills plus Alemany of Mission Hills and then some rebuilding state champs from last season such as Sierra Canyon and McClatchy of Sacramento. Plus, go inside...
One day after the first boys team was released, we’re starting off the 35th annual Cal-Hi Sports all-state girls basketball teams also with underclass players. It’s the best among juniors, sophomores and freshmen. CIF Open Division champ St. Mary’s of Stockton has an unprecedented five that are honorees. Note: We’ll have an inside look at […]
Relentless St. Mary’s of Stockton wins its first CIF Open Division title and eighth overall with a comeback against Mater Dei. In Division II, Archbishop Mitty powers to sixth crown, while in Division IV a dynamic duo caps 3-for-4 career in state titles for Sierra Canyon.
For the first time, baseball and softball players get into the stat stars act. They join some of the best from boys and girls hoops still going strong, such as Stefan Mitu of Danville Monte Vista, Aarion McDonald of Stockton Brookside Christian and Jaimoni Welch-Coleman of Berkeley.
It’s a 50-point party for Marin Academy’s Kyle Roach and Santa Barbara’s Amber Melgoza. We’ve got some huge grid-hooper standouts as well, led by Sheldon Croney from Ridgeview of Bakersfield, plus one team with a quadruple-double and triple-double in the same game.