Southern California once again shows its the best in the nation for prep baseball as state No. 1 Orange Lutheran and No. 2 Harvard-Westlake both get to the finals of the National High School Invitational. The Lancers won 6-2 to stay No. 1 with the Wolverines staying No. 2. There are a lot of changes...
It’s time to launch our winter basketball content on CalHiSports.com and we are doing it with a preseason Top 40 of the best boys teams from all across the state. This group is led by No. 16 Corona Centennial and includes the rest of teams down to No. 40 Archbishop Mitty of San Jose, plus […]
In between our announcement of the 2018 State Coach of the Year for girls basketball (which came on Friday) and the 2018 State Coach of the Year for boys basketball (coming Monday), we have updated all of the state coaching records in our exclusive files that include some of the best ever for both genders. […]
It’s that time of the year when we switch sports for these honors and have our first foursome (two boys, two girls) for the 2017-18 basketball season. Both girls already have had a 50-point game. One of the boys led his team to a 7-0 start while the other one’s team has suffered its only […]
Zavier Lucero from Rodriguez of Fairfield shows how to end 2016 and start 2017 with a pair of explosive games. Another of this week’s top boys listings is from a Stanford-bound senior who was MVP of a tournament. On the girls side, Shyla Latone of Chula Vista Bonita Vista again gets top billing (even above […]
To go with our massive State Schools of the Year salute, here are some additional schools that were on our board in the various CIF state divisions and our in our own five-division format that we would consider to be honorable mention.
Just like for softball this week, nearly 100 additional players have been added to our updated list of nominees for the 36th annual Cal-Hi Sports all-state baseball teams. New photos also have been utlized. It’s still not too late to send in a nomination, but the first all-state teams will be announced within days. If...
Here are the predicted scores by Cal-Hi Sports for each of the five CIF divisional boys basketball state finals plus the Open Division to be played this week at Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento.
We have updated rankings in this post plus our breakdowns of each CIF divisional state championship game. Our No. 1 teams are Crespi of Encino (D1), Serra of San Mateo (D2), Ayala of Chino Hills (D3), Harvard-Westlake of North Hollywood (D4) and St. Joseph Notre Dame of Alameda (D5). Go inside to see which three...
Maranatha’s Tyler Dorsey continues to pump up scoring average above 30 points Monte Vista’s Mitu hits for 36 in win over Folsom. A freshman girl, meanwhile, who has begun her career with 38, 37 and 34 points also makes it onto this week’s honor roll.