Whenever there’s been a highly regarded quarterback coming out of Southern California, the phrase “best since John Elway” has been quoted often. Elway, who is from Granada Hills and is rightly referred to as one of the best quarterbacks in NFL history, played at the high school level in 1978 and 1979, although his senior […]
Although high school football is not as popular as professional football in the US, it still attracts a relatively large audience. There has even been talk of allowing high school football stars to commercialize their footballing prowess. Still, you can earn money off high school football without betting. Here are some ideas to get you […]
Yes, we are getting out the state record book and will have to make some changes after Stone Ridge Christian of Merced posts its ninth consecutive shutout win. The team already has tied one state record and has a chance to end with 13.
It was announced on Tuesday (Sept. 15) that the CIF Central Coast Section and the administration at Serra High of San Mateo have reached an agreement so that both parties can move forward in the aftermath of last season’s forfeiture of a CCS Open Division consolation round football game.
With the busy time of working on as much preseason football content as possible, it’s nice to get a letter from an appreciative player to help us keep what we do in perspective.
California’s winningest football coach, the recently retired Bob Ladoucuer from De La Salle of Concord, will receive an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters degree on Saturday during San Jose State’s annual Commencement.
That bell that is brought over to San Jose City College for each Bellarmine of San Jose home football game was being carefully loaded onto a truck roughly 30 minutes after the Bells played Serra of San Mateo in Northern California’s top game of the week.
Guess who Mission Viejo head football coach Bob Johnson just passed on the state’s all-time career coaching wins list? That would be Dick Bruich, mostly of Fontana, whose son, Kurt, will be the head coach at Redlands East Valley on Friday trying to get a huge upset of Johnson’s team at Mission Viejo.
RELATED: Week 4 State Top 25 Scoreboard Del Oro was excited to head to Concord to take on state No. 1 De La Salle, but that excitement on the way to Concord turned into a long ride home as the Spartans rushed for over 400 yards and picked up the 41-3 victory.
RELATED: Week 4 State Top 25 Scoreboard As sophomore splashes go, quarterback Ian Book from Oak Ridge of El Dorado Hills isn’t going to approach the monstrous totals that Folsom’s Jake Browning did last season.