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De La Salle win and losses by Bellarmine and Clayton Valley in CIF bowls causes Foothill and Antioch to move up to third and fourth in final evaluations. Oak Grove also gets moved back in front of St. Francis.
Sacred Heart Prep and Bellarmine are now in the No. 3 and No. 4 positions after De La Salle and Clayton Valley. It’s also a good week for NCS finalist Pittsburg to go way up plus there’s the weirdness of ranking teams that played in CCS consolation games.
We give CCS Open Division top seed Sacred Heart Prep a major bump but not above Milpitas, Serra, Valley Christian or Los Gatos in the CCS pecking order. It might even be more bizarre that Aptos isn’t seeded No. 1 in Division III but at least the Mariners are No. 2. Antioch also is on […]
Valley Christian climbs back into the top five after strong outing against Bellarmine. Palma of Salinas and St. Francis of Mountain View also get a major bump while this week’s lone newcomer is Las Lomas of Walnut Creek.
San Ramon Valley boys and Sacred Heart Cathedral girls make the most noise as the season begins to head toward the various section playoffs. Check this post for the new Cal-Hi Sports Bay Area Top 20 rankings in both boys and girls basketball. We produce these rankings in support of the Cal-Hi Sports Bay Area […]
St. Mary’s of Berkeley girls stay on top despite losing twice at MLK Showcase while Sacred Heart Cathedral boys move up two spots despite losing twice. Check this post for the new Cal-Hi Sports Bay Area top 20 rankings in both boys and girls basketball. We produce these rankings in support of the Cal-Hi Sports […]
Bay Area goes 2-2 at state championships Of the five Northern California teams playing at the state championships at Santiago Canyon College in Orange last weekend, three took home state titles, including two from the Bay Area — Archbishop Mitty and Valley Christian.
In the 15th week of these rankings in football, it’s time for the Bay Area to rock and roll in regional bowl games against opponents mostly from outside of the region.
In the 14th week of these rankings in football, the Tri-County Rock League shows some big-time strength, led by El Cerrito, Salesian and St. Mary’s of Berkeley.