Presented by Blast Athletics, we are proud to present these 11 players plus a kicker and three of six multi-purpose players that have been selected to headline the 39th annual 2017 Cal-Hi Sports All-State Football Team. This is the elite group without school size or year in school limitations. For this year, we went with […]
Presented by Blast Athletics, we also are honored to announce these 11 players on the defensive side of the ball for the 39th annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Teams who are first team overall plus a punter and three more of the six multi-purpose players. For defense this year, we ended up going with three other […]
Announcement of 37th annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Football Teams continues. These are for schools that mostly were from our Division III state rankings that were topped by Central Catholic of Modesto and led for most of the season by Camarillo. The Raiders landed two on first team and one on second while the Scorpions have […]
Next up in the release of the 35th annual Cal-Hi Sports all-state football teams is the best of the best from medium schools and small schools. This post is for first team medium and first team small.
This collection of 30 players represents the best of the best in California for 2013, regardless of year in school or size of school. Several of them also have earned career listings in the Cal-Hi Sports state record book.
Click here to see what our toughest selections were, which player we were most happy about honoring because of tough circumstances she’s enduring and a look at some top sophomores and freshmen who didn’t make all-state underclass but are definitely among the best in the state....
These players were the best of the best for California high schools among teams that were considered Division III, Division IV or Division V for the state rankings. This is the 31st consecutive year for Cal-Hi Sports all-state teams in softball.
We take a closer look at the various close calls that had to be made over the final hours of the selection process. Limiting it to just 10 freshmen always makes it harder and this year’s Division IV field was stacked....
Unlike the boys’ first team that had eight seniors and two juniors, the girls’ team only has five seniors, with three juniors and two sophomores.