Congratulations to all of the Cal-Hi Sports State Coaches of the Year for boys basketball for the 2019-20 season. We have one selected for each CIF division despite not being able to finish the season with state championships. We almost always honor the overall State Coach of the Year from a school that was in […]
Go inside here for all Saturday scores and highlights from annual Stockton St. Mary’s MLK Showcase other than the top matchup between Miramonte and Mater Dei. For that writeup and breakdown, CLICK HERE. St. Mary’s (Stockton) 84, Alemany (Mission Hills) 47 After a week in which the unbeaten Rams, ranked No. 1 in the state […]
Among others earning top state honors are Michael Norman of Vista Murrieta (juniors), Matt Katnik of St. John Bosco (Division II) and Sam Metcalf of Farmersville (Division V). Brandon Presley from Great Oak of Temecula also is second-ever State Three-Sport Athlete of the Year.
For the expanded version of the final Cal-Hi Sports State Top 20 girls basketball rankings for 2014-15, we double it to a Top 40. Each of the 40 teams has writeups/analysis. If you can’t see this post, it’s for Gold Club members only. Take a moment today to join our team. For details, CLICK HERE....
We went 16-for-16 in recommending teams for the NorCal and SoCal Open Division boys basketball playoffs, including Foothills Christian of El Cajon. Bishop O’Dowd and Bishop Montgomery, meanwhile, grabbed the No. 1 seeds in the Open Division. For the girls, The NorCal Open Division could have been picked in a number of different ways after […]
Just like we did during the football season, we are going to do our best to spread around these honors as much as possible with one boy and one girl chosen from each region. This week’s best are from Modesto, Los Angeles, Berkeley and Los Angeles.
After all games in the books, it’s pretty obvious the state’s No. 1 and No. 2 girls teams are Mater Dei and St. Mary’s of Stockton. After that, though, it’s more of a toss up. Did Sierra Canyon make a case to be No. 3 with Monday win over St. Ignatius?
CCS Open Division swallows up No. 2 Milpitas and No. 3 Serra while Sacred Heart Prep is into the semifinals at 11-0. NCS top seeds De La Salle, Clayton Valley and Campolindo, meanwhile, are rolling and positioning for runs toward CIF state titles.
De La Salle, Clayton Valley and Campolindo are easy No. 1 seeds for the top three divisions. The biggest surprises are in the small school divisions where one 10-0 team only got a No. 10 seed plus two teams seem to have benefitted from getting forfeit wins over Oakland McClymonds.
Big winners include St. Mary’s of Berkeley, Serra of San Mateo and this week’s only newcomer, Windsor. The North Bay is still shaking, meanwhile, with Napa Justin-Siena’s win over Marin Catholic in a league game.