Could this season be like 2004 when California’s most historically great football program of the last 50 years actually had a 2-3-2 record after its first seven games? This Friday’s upcoming game vs. Cathedral Catholic of San Diego could provide the answer, but even if De La Salle of Concord were to wind up 2-4 […]
Spartans go to Sacramento County powerhouse school for the first time and head home with their NorCal record of domination since 1991 intact after a 42-27 victory. The win in No. 3 vs. No. 4 in state matchup also puts them in usual position of being the favorite to play for the CIF Open Division […]
How many schools in the state have won 100 or more football games so far in the decade of the 2010s? We have the answer below. Plus, see which schools are moving up on the state record list of those with the most all-time reported wins and on the list of those with the best […]
Even though there are some teams that have played six games, this is the week we consider as the halfway point of the 2018 football season. Games that we’ve attended have been Folsom at De La Salle, the Honor Bowl at St. Francis of Mountain View (five games), Stockton St. Mary’s at Central Catholic (Modesto), […]
There was more of a media presence at any De La Salle home football game perhaps ever played at the Concord campus when Folsom and the Spartans met on Friday night. The history that happened between the No. 1 and No. 2 teams in Northern California wasn’t the first loss by DLS to a NorCal […]
No. 3 De La Salle extends NorCal (north of Fresno) dominance with impressive 14-0 shutout of high-octane No. 3 Folsom. It was no trouble for No. 1 and No. 2 Mater Dei & St. John Bosco, and No. 5 Centennial posts strong win over nationally ranked out-of-state foe. The biggest upset is preseason No. 9 […]
Historical angles are all over the map as De La Salle of Concord gets set to open its 2018 season at home on Friday in a matchup against Folsom that brings together the No. 1 and No. 2 teams in Northern California and No. 3 vs. No. 4 in the state.
De La Salle does its part to set up monster CIF Open Division state final by throttling Folsom. Enterprise of Redding and Sacred Heart Prep of Atherton also post triumphs.
A 45-17 win often is about offense, but when it’s about shutting down the prolific offense of Folsom then it’s the defense of state No. 1 De La Salle that took center stage in the Spartans’ win for the CIF Northern California Open Division bowl game title.
Now that we’ve seen both Northern California powerhouses in person with an eye on what might happen when the two play in the CIF Northern California Open Division bowl game, here’s how the two compare: