Huntington Beach doesn’t drop after a large margin loss since it can still finish with a better resume than any other team if it wins CIFSS Division I title. There are other teams shuffled around in this week’s rankings, including Clayton Valley of Concord being uplifted back into the top eight.
Previous No. 17 Corona Santiago is the first ranked team to suffer a season-ending loss in a section playoff. The Sharks, though, are in the CIF Southern Section Division I bracket and won’t be the last team to experience those feelings. The top six teams from last week stay the same with traditional powerhouse Pacifica...
St. John Bosco in good shape for Pac-Five title run and will be joined in the field by Trinity League at-large teams Santa Margarita and Servite. There were few surprises in Sunday’s pairings, which were made easier in the Northern Division after Paso Robles was upset by Atascadero. Paraclete in the Mid-Valley Division also gained […]
Lutheran of La Verne and its unique five-guard offense takes down state’s No. 3 team. Ronnie Flores breaks down many of the top CIFSS quarterfinal boys games, including game he went to that saw Inglewood beat Mission Viejo. NorCal updates added as well.