As the CIF Southern Section moves into its championship games next week with its matchups already determined, teams are on the move in this week’s rankings. Esperanza has gone to No. 1 after its win over previous No. 1 Norco last Thursday, Villa Park nudges up to No. 3, Upland moves from No. 9 to...
Serra of San Mateo coach’s team won CIF Central Coast Section Open Division title and knocked off favored Moreau Catholic in NorCal Open Division. Rapp has been one of the most highly respected boys hoops coaches in the San Francisco Bay Area for many years.
Here is a copy of a press release issued on Thursday by the CIF Central Coast Section that relates to Serra of San Mateo not playing in the CCS Open Division consolation bracket championship against Milpitas: SAN JOSE, Calif. (Jan. 22, 2015) – The Commissioner of the California Interscholastic Federation’s Central Coast Section (CCS) today […]
Thanks to Contra Costa County, the Bay Area is well-represented in this week’s CIF NorCal bowl games and may have three teams going for CIF state titles in two weeks. Congrats to all teams that played in section finals last weekend in the NCS and CCS.
No. 1 St. John Bosco sees season end in loss to No. 4 Centennial on Saturday while No. 2 De La Salle and No. 3 Folsom roll. The biggest winners on Friday were No. 6 Grant and No. 13 Edison of Fresno. Sacred Heart Prep of Atherton also completed 13-0 season and showed small schools […]
Buried in the lead about Wilcox of Santa Clara getting a favorable vote to play in a proposed doubleheader on August 29 at brand, new $1.2 billion Levi’s Stadium is that the CIF Central Coast Section Board of Managers voted to continue with the Open Division format in football.
Section semifinalists that break into this week’s Top 20 are the St. Vincent-St. Patrick boys, Richmond Salesian boys and Justin-Siena girls. The O’Dowd girls also stay right where they were even though season is over. Check this post for the new Cal-Hi Sports Bay Area Top 20 rankings in both boys and girls basketball. We […]
Seeing a 10-0 team lose in the opening round of the playoffs isn’t unique, but the one witnessed on Friday night in Pacifica when host Terra Nova fell 24-7 to Valley Christian of San Jose had a sense of injustice attached to it.