Welcome to the online Cal-Hi Sports State Record Book & Almanac. These lists are the final state boys basketball rankings according to our traditional five divisions dating back to the first season in which we compiled state rankings, which was for the 1975-76 season. For final rankings from 2013 to 2019, separate links can be found...
By winning CIF state titles on Friday, Corona Roosevelt’s Steve Singleton (D1) and Rolling Hills Prep’s Harvey Kitani (D5) make history by becoming the second and third coaches to win state championships at two different programs. Mission of San Francisco (D3) makes history of its own by becoming the first public school from the City […]
Bay Area basketball community and coaches around the state unite to speak out after senseless murder of Richmond High player Rodney Frazier Jr. It’s a school well-known due to the “Coach Carter” movie and it’s a community that has suffered this kind of tragedy before.
Each team gets broken down in this post from No. 1 Mater Dei down through No. 20 Cathedral of Los Angeles. A list of teams on the bubble is added as well. Get your Gold Club membership today to check it out if you haven’t done so yet....
Frank Allocco of De La Salle (Concord) reached 600 wins faster than any coach in state history, and his current 621-90 career record (16-5 this season) going into an East Bay Athletic League Friday night match-up with Pleasanton Amador Valley is at .8734. That’s third best all time in that category in the Cal-Hi Sports […]
Strong frontcourt leads No. 13 Chaminade while others to watch around the state include Bullard of Fresno in the CIF Central Section and St. Mary’s of Stockton in the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section.
De La Salle’s Frank Allocco wins No. 600 after two from Riverside County reach 600 on back-to-back nights. Newark Memorial’s Craig Ashmore won his 500th on Wednesday as well. Go inside for updated all-time state list.