In ongoing debate and aftermath of new state law that bans the Redskins nickname, one school has decided to become the first in the state to go without one while another will become the Reds. The other two are still deciding.
California becomes first state in the nation to bar the use of “Redskins” as a nickname or mascot for any public school. The new law, signed on Sunday by Governor Jerry Brown, impacts four of the state’s high schools.
A California proposal called the California Racial Mascots Act moved closer to passage on Tuesday when the state’s Senate Education committee voted 7-1 for approval.
Welcome to the online Cal-Hi Sports State Record Book & Almanac. These state record lists are for individual single-game highs on defense for football. For more on late Cal-Hi Sports record book founder Nelson Tennis, CLICK HERE. These totals are through all games of the 2013 season plus the regular season for 2014. To submit a record...