After announcing first-ever expanded Cal-Hi Sports All-State Teams for freshmen (Class of 2023), sophomores (Class of 2022) and juniors (Class of 2021), the second post for these teams focuses on those from medium schools and small schools. There will be girls from schools with small enrollments (example: Sierra Canyon) in the large school/open category listed […]
The 38th annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Baseball Teams continue with these players named from schools that were in CIF section playoffs during the 2019 season that made them medium or small school in class. CIF Sac-Joaquin Section D2 and D4 champions Oakmont of Roseville and Los Banos both check in with three players named on […]
Presented by Blast Athletics, the Cal-Hi Sports 2017 all-state teams continue with the release of these players representing medium schools. With more schools now being considered “medium” than ever before due to competitive equity playoff systems, this year’s medium schools all-state roster has been expanded to a third team for the first time. We now […]
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. […]
This is the place to go for the Cal-Hi Sports all-state teams based on size of school and competitive equity ranking of school. For the first time, due to each of the CIF’s sections basically all conducting playoffs differently, we have a separate large school designation to go with medium schools and small schools. There...
This is the place to go to find previous all-state baseball medium and small school teams that Cal-Hi Sports has presented since 1996 (the last 23 years counting this season). Even more teams from before that may be added at a later date. Note: To search through these lists requires a Gold Club VIP membership....
These are players who were outstanding while playing for California high schools that were considered Division III, Division IV or Division V for the state rankings. This is the 33rd consecutive year for Cal-Hi Sports all-state teams in baseball. Note: The first Cal-Hi Sports e-book, “California: The Baseball Capital of the World” is now available […]