We’re now going through all team categories in the exclusive Cal-Hi Sports state football record book files. For this post, it’s a monstrous expansion of our category for most wins by a school in its history. We’re also updating many other state football records for team categories in the next few days that will be […]
Citrus Hill of Perris is the only team that is new on this week’s boards for both Northern and Southern California. We pondered a few other changes, but essentially left projected matchups the same. This week’s two bowl boards also mention every unbeaten team in the state. And if you’re still unbeaten at this point...
It’s not the same as when there was no Open Division of the CIF state bowl games, but the Braves still officially get added to the list of all-time great teams in California that dates back more than 100 years.
After CIF state bowl wins by Narbonne in D1A and Central Catholic in Small Schools Open Division, De La Salle of Concord beats Centennial of Corona 28-21 to win its sixth CIF state title in seven years, second in a row and denies Huskies a shot at one mythical national title.
With the CIF bowl games now in 13 divisions and with it basically impossible to place teams into those divisions in a weekly format, we are resurrecting our traditional five-division state rankings first done in 1975. No. 1 teams to start are De La Salle (D1), Grant of Sacramento (D2), Cathedral Catholic of San Diego […]
The coaches at legendary De La Salle of Concord don’t like to compare championship teams, but we’ve seen them all since 1985 and we don’t mind. The rushing attack, an ability to overcome the loss of key players and the presence of more juniors than usual is what stands out most to us.
The very first high school game played at Levi’s Stadium will go into the state record book for most interceptions by one team in one game. The total is sure to get a laugh when 49er players training next door hear about it.
State No. 2 ranked De La Salle beats No. 4 Servite 47-24 on its home field on Saturday night. Until the game reached the middle of the third quarter, however, it was still anybody’s to win.
South Carolina team that was No. 33 in one national poll this week can’t stop the offense of State No. 2 De La Salle of Concord in 56-28 loss seen on ESPNU.