All five state champions crowned in Sacramento are within the top 24 while Norco ends up snagging the final 25th spot in the final rankings. Others that gained after the final week include Rocklin, Chaminade and Oakdale. All 50 teams in this Gold Club post are written up. For breakdowns of teams from No. 1...
After CIF state bowl wins by Narbonne in D1A and Central Catholic in Small Schools Open Division, De La Salle of Concord beats Centennial of Corona 28-21 to win its sixth CIF state title in seven years, second in a row and denies Huskies a shot at one mythical national title.
Fresno State recruit Justin Rice leads the way with 288 yards rushing and three TDs in 42-37 triumph, but needed to make a play on defense for the Raiders to stave off a furious rally by the gritty Mustangs. Watch for both teams in upcoming CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division III playoffs.
Last week on the FOX 40 Final Quarter high school football show, hosts Jim Crandell and Kristina Werner revealed a list of the top five quarterbacks this season in the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section, according to CalHiSports.com.
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.
Just getting on the board for the CIF state bowl games selection meeting on Sunday is an honor and those who were in the room know how much hard work it took for every team to win a section title and get listed.
Whether it was winning a third straight CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV title or getting eligible for a run at a third straight CIF Division IV state bowl game title, threes were on the mind for the players and coaches at Central Catholic of Modesto after Friday’s section final at Lincoln High of Stockton.
With previous wins of 42-12 in last year’s CIF Northern California Division IV and 38-24 earlier this season, there weren’t too many casual observers who were worried that defending CIF Division IV state champion Central Catholic of Modesto might run into some difficulty against McClymonds of Oakland in Friday’s NorCal D4 bowl game that was […]