Besides using this feature to track entries for the Cal-Hi Sports Online Record Book we also like to profile players that don’t get a lot of spotlight time or are under the radar on the recruiting scene. This week we have some of both scenarios. We start in Riverside with a player that qualifies for […]
This season had it all from perhaps the most surprising D1 state champion in the 40-plus years of the CIF state championships plus the start of a three-year run at the top of D2 by Dominguez of Compton, a series of memorable individual duels and the final game in a legendary career of one of...
No other high school in California can claim it has had four alums play in the NBA Finals than Dominguez of Compton and one of those also has been MVP. We’ve gone through the rosters of every NBA Finals squad since 1950 so we can now add another archive list to our site to match […]
We got a little bit off schedule last week due to all the World Series-related posts so this week’s Blasts From The Past isn’t that far removed from last week. It’s still another look back in time to approximately the same weekend of the California high school football season from five, 10, 15, 20, 25, […]
With the Los Angeles Lakers having just won the NBA Finals championship and the Los Angeles Dodgers going for a World Series title, the thought popped up to see if there were any California high schools that may have had alums in not just the World Series but also the Super Bowl and NBA Finals. […]
Taking a look at the top 30 players chosen to the Cal-Hi Sports all-state boys basketball teams in the nearly 40 years of the honors being announced, it shouldn’t be a shock to see which school has had the most by a wide margin. It’s the same school that’s been coached for just about all […]
California leads all states with 15 players, but Texas is right behind at 14. Florida, which had the most players two years ago, checks in with nine. Illinois has one of its highest totals ever (and possibly its record) with seven. The only school in the nation with more than one alum in the game […]
Special feature by Ronnie Flores. Believe it or not, but a CIF Central Section school would have been in it more than any other. Also shows just how hard it is for any school to dominate in the South the way De La Salle has dominated in the North.