With many teams on first-round playoff byes and those that did play winning quite easily, there was only one move made on this week’s CIF Bowl Boards. Instead of doing a new feature post, this week we’ll just go over that one change in a blog post and direct people to look at last week’s […]
It’s hard to believe, but this will be the 36th year of Cal-Hi Sports all-state baseball teams. The first step is for us to list the names of those already on our board. It’s not meant to be all-inclusive and we know we may have missed a few players who’ve transferred or are listing someone […]
The trick for this week’s selections is to give preference to those players who sparked their teams to section titles that already are in the books or to those players who aren’t in elimination playoff games at the time we’re getting these honors out. It’s not as if Dalton Smith (Chico), Jeremey Rivera (L.A. Locke), […]
There are only a few days left before we choose the 37th annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Football Teams. The first list of nominees has now been updated, corrected and expanded to this new list. It is still not to late to send in a nomination for someone not on the list or who might be...
Annual regular football feature returns with top reported single-game performances from around the state. This week’s best includes a 465-yard, 7-TD outing from a quarterback and that’s with his legs and not his arm. Among others featured are neighboring QBs Tristan Gebbia and Max Gilliam plus Chico’s Cameron Alfaro and more from Whitney’s Hunter Rodrigues.
Only one is named from each region for offense, defense and special teams and we’re going to do our best to spread it around as much as possible. This week’s honors go to Valencia, Phelan, Costa Mesa, Chico, Loomis and Sacramento.
Glass-shattering forward Keonta Vernon joins Max Redfield on elite unit. This year’s selections also features a very strong contingent from the CIF San Diego Section, including another grid-hoop standout from Oceanside.
By Harold Abend & Paul Muyskens with contribution by Bob Barnett. Sophomore QB from Carmel passes for 424 yards in one game, but we also have others reported with 573 and 491. One honor roll effort also comes in highest-scoring tie in state history.