As mentioned with the All-State Underclass teams, we’re going to go back-and-forth between softball and baseball to complete those postseason honors this summer. That means it’s now time to announce those players in baseball from schools that were in CIF section playoffs during the 2017 season that made them medium or small school in class. […]
In addition to Mickey Moniak, statewide honors also are going out to Royce Lewis from JSerra of San Juan Capistrano (juniors), Brandon Dieter from South Hills of West Covina (sophomores), Jasiah Dixon of Orange Lutheran (frosh), Sean Reynolds of Redondo (medium schools) and Brett Super from Sage Hill of Newport Beach (small schools).
In addition to overall No. 1 and Division I No. 1 Buchanan, others that can say they are mythical state champions for 2015 are South Hills of Covina (Division II), Redondo (Division III), Coronado (Division IV) and Sage Hill of Newport Beach (Division V). For more on the 2016 State Team of the Year announcement, […]
One of our greatest stat stars from the last football season, Ryan Robards of Elk Grove, has been on a tear for the Thundering Herd during the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section baseball playoffs. A pitcher who shut down nationally ranked La Costa Canyon and another who pitched his fourth career no-hitter also are on this week’s […]
With Buchanan of Clovis having locked it up at No. 1 in D1, we’re also down to just two teams with a shot at the final No. 1 in D2. In the other divisions, there are four left in D3, three in D4 and three in D5. Teams that can finish No. 1 by winning...
As the various playoffs get going across the state – or are about to end in the CIF Northern Section – here’s a look at those teams that have the best chances to finish high in the Cal-Hi Sports five-division state rankings. Teams slotted in No. 1 positions are Buchanan of Clovis (D1), South Hills […]
Here is a shortened version of this weekly feature for this week but still with some amazing performances. Items written by Stockton office assistant Paul Muyskens, CIF Central Section historian Bob Barnett and editor Mark Tennis.