We were able to catch all three games played at Oak Ridge High School. The host Trojans, ranked in the top 25 of our State TOP 50, won in their game over Clayton Valley of Concord. In the other games, Rocklin topped Manteca and Clovis East rolled in the second half for triumph vs Provo […]
Here is an updated list of all-state nominees from the first list we did a little more than two weeks ago. This is the one we’ll use to begin selecting all of the honorees for the 43rd annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Teams and all listed can be considered honorable mention all-state. New photos also have...
This week is one in which two criteria for this feature have been met. First, we are looking for diamonds in the rough type players that don’t always get a lot of props outside their local communities, and the second thing we do is track additions to the Cal-Hi Sports Online Record Book, and this […]
Congrats to Clovis East of Clovis grad Bryson DeChambeau for winning the 2020 U.S. Open golf championship. Bryson is the first-ever major golf winner from a CIF Central Section school. We have the all-time list of winners for the four major golf championships listed below. US Open Champions (Event began in 1895) 2008 – Tiger […]
While continuing to pay attention to the current public health crisis and help spread the word about statewide high school sports advisories, we’re also going to soldier on with all of our usual postseason basketball honors. These Class of 2020 seniors really deserve the recognition in light of things they may be missing in coming […]
The 38th annual Cal-Hi Sports all-state boys basketball teams are about to be selected in the next few days and here is an updated list of those currently on our board. This version includes the addition of approximately 50 players plus corrections and new photos. Thanks to all who sent in nominations after the first...
Cousin of NBA’s Matt Barnes has been a standout for Inderkum of Sacramento girls team and gains one of this week’s honor slots. The other girls winner is from San Diego while the two boys’ honorees both scored more than 45 points for one game.