Cal-Hi Sports has been naming all-state teams in five sports since 1979 and is the most authentic source for California honor squads. We are nearly complete with publishing all the annual all-state teams and honor squads we’ve ever chosen dating back to the first one. We’ll continue to add details and previously published player write-ups to every […]
It only took 13 completions for one QB to rack up more than 400 yards of passing while one of our receivers makes the state record book with 337 yards in one game. Others gaining notice include Tyler Nevins of Hacienda Heights Los Altos, Anthony Johar from La Palma Kennedy, R.J. Van Kampen of Cerritos […]
Among this week’s best single-game outings is a rare section record tie for rushing yards by Rancho Buena Vista’s Dominic Taylor. Also highlighted are Chatsworth’s Tyger Goslin, Newbury Park’s Cameron Rising (again) and Bryson Bolin of San Marcos. But considering the opposition, of course, the best probably was from Gardena Serra’s Khalil Tate.
As the first school in the state to order the new Cal-Hi Sports football archives project, we’ve determined that Del Oro of Loomis’ all-time winning percentage since 1960 of 69.5 percent is strong enough to get listed in the state record book. For more on the Cal-Hi Sports football archives project and on how we […]
Presented by our new partners from ATHLETETRAX, it’s another week of massive passing with four reported above 500 yards, including another one from the Redwood Empire with eight TD passes. Vista del Lago’s Terell Lee and Wasco’s Gabriel Cabezuela also shine as rushers.
All of the Cal-Hi Sports state record updates in the football team categories have now been completed and have been added to our site in 12 separate posts. These lists are updated through the 2013 season and include hundreds of listings, some back to the 1890s. Go inside for a closer look and how you […]
Aaron Holiday and Mariya Moore top the boys-girls honor rolls each with getting 38 points in a game. Sophomores Tommy Rutherford, Sierra Campisano and Jackie Cenan also continue to put strong totals against more than decent competition.
In addition to our two players of the week, this week’s honor roll of the state’s top single-game performances includes junior RB Jamie Taylor from Rim of the World, who is keeping big-time rushing totals all in the family, along with more mind-boggling numbers from Folsom’s Jake Browning.
In addition to our two players of the week, this week’s honor roll of the state’s top single-game performances includes 539 yards passing for San Marcos’ Will Freed, huge totals from a 61-58 shootout and a player who scored on two kickoff returns within a game’s first 30 seconds.