The 40th annual edition of the Cal-Hi Sports All-State Football Teams will get to the large schools and overall choice over the Super Bowl weekend, but first we are focusing on the medium schools. Since we won’t put large-enrollment schools into “small” schools designations and don’t want to change our entire format to conform to […]
The highest riser among this group of teams is Helix of La Mesa, which is living up to preseason acclaim in the playoffs after laying an egg in its last regular season game. The Highlanders jumped up this week to No. 38 from No. 50 after big win over Eastlake. Both Sierra Canyon and Grace...
Three of the players being honored this week are from teams that just completed the regular season with undefeated records. We also have one who did a great deal to prevent another team from doing the same. It’s a group representing Sacramento, Eureka, Clovis, Simi Valley, Westlake Village and Sherman Oaks.
We are happy to say that for the sixth straight year the CalHiSports.com web site and Cal-Hi Sports is going to be part of the weekly Final Quarter high school football show on Friday nights on the FOX 40 station in Sacramento.
After not doing this weekly feature last school year, we are bringing it back for 2018-19 since it’s a great way to write up many top athletes around the state and track them all for possible state record updates. We are bringing it back as a Gold Club post, however, and also hope the extra...
School in Sacramento that has been in a CIF state final in boys hoops also has high aspirations in football. It’s a program that began slowly, originally played in the CIF Northern Section and is now a playoff regular in the Sac-Joaquin.
Racing toward the top of various leaderboards is senior QB Vincenzo Granatelli of Oak Park, who had seven TD passes and 328 yards in his first game. We also have a couple of sophomores out to strong starts, including Arcadia’s Jahlique Stephens and Sacramento Capital Christian’s D’Marcus Ross.