Ayala of Chino Hills and Rancho Bernardo of San Diego switch at the No. 2 and No. 3 spots behind No. 1 Thousand Oaks. The two teams moving up the most are new No. 8 Granite Bay and new No. 9 Elk Grove. Newcomers Murrieta Mesa of Murrieta and San Marcos also made major jumps....
Adding pitcher Scott Alexander, a graduate of Santa Rosa’s Cardinal Newman High, gives the Los Angeles Dodgers six players on their World Series roster who are from California high schools. That’s good because the American League champion Boston Red Sox only have one. The state’s total of seven is lower than usual, but once again […]
Nearly 100 more names have been put on the list since the first one went out plus additional other fixes have been done. We’re now switching into selection mode for the various Cal-Hi Sports all-state teams, which for baseball will mark the 36th year of the honors. It’s never too late to send in a...
Etiwanda wins D2 title and finishes 27-3 with 26 wins in its final 27 games. El Toro wins D1 crown and ends at 27-7-1 overall. No one argues that D2 is equal D1 in the section in terms of competitive strength, but at what point does a team with a better record deserve to be […]
There are no-hitters and then there’s what Corona High’s Michael Hobbs did for his no-hitter last week since it wasn’t exactly against some chump opponent. Then already this week, Vacaville Christian’s Lucas Sweany has his second straight playoff no-hitter and we have a baseball slugger in the state named Goldschmidt. For softball, the hits are […]
We went with two small school kids for NorCal this week, one who led his team to its second straight section title. The two SoCal choices both are underclass players, one who threw a no-hitter against the champion of one of the state’s best leagues and the other who is setting school records as a […]
With several former all-state first team players getting ready to play in the MLB All-Star Game, here’s our own California prep version of an all-star roster, which also is the 35th consecutive year that we’ve done it. This group is our elite of the elite and some of the choices as usual were very difficult.
Nearly 100 additional players have been added to our updated list of nominees for the 35th annual Cal-Hi Sports all-state baseball teams. It’s still not too late to send in information, but first all-state teams will be announced within days. If you can’t see this post, it’s for Gold Club members only. Additional all-state content...
Carta-Samuels also gets ticket to Elite 11 finals, two from Corona earn honors among running backs and DBs, while offensive lineman and receiver from state named as well.