Sophomore QB Hank Bachmeier of Murrieta Valley soars past 470-yard mark in wild-and-wacky loss to Colorado team and can be added to state record book. Also going in are Jordan Mims of Menlo-Atherton (99-yard run) and Jalen Williams from Brookside Christian of Stockton (99-yard reception).
No. 1 teams De La Salle (D1), Redlands East Valley (D2), Calabasas (D3), Sacred Heart Prep of Atherton (D4) and Grace Brethren (D5) remain in place, at least for another week. New teams making huge leaps, however, include Carter of Rialto (D2), Camarillo (D3), Liberty of Madera Ranchos (D4) and Stellar Prep of Oakland (D5)....
Sacred Heart Prep gets a mythical state crown by finishing No. 1 in the traditional Cal-Hi Sports five-division state rankings format in Division IV. Central Catholic also is D4 in this format so the D5 winner is St. Margaret’s of SJ Capistrano.
Final No. 1 teams are obvious, but new No. 2 teams at the end are Riverside Poly in D2 and Grace Brethren in D4. Each division has been expanded in number of teams ranked plus we have added teams to watch for 2015....
The Raiders once again show they just play at a higher level than the more traditional small schools of Southern California with 31-19 triumph over St. Margaret’s of San Juan Capistrano for their third straight CIF Division IV state title.
Central Catholic of Modesto (11-3) will battle St. Margaret’s of San Juan Capistrano (15-0) on Friday at 4 p.m. at the StubHub Center in Carson. The game will be broadcast live on Time Warner Cable’s TWC SportsNet in Southern California and on Comcast SportsNet California in Northern California. For a live stream go to: www.TWCcommunity.com.
All year long, it’s looked like Christian of El Cajon would be the class of Southern California among schools with Division IV enrollments, but on Friday night at Granite Hills High it was proven that St. Margaret’s of San Juan Capistrano has returned to that status.
The Tartans (14-0) meet Christian of El Cajon (13-0) on Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Granite Hills High. The game will be broadcast on Time Warner Cable throughout Southern California. For more on Christian of El Cajon, CLICK HERE.