Two more teams find out why it’s a game of inches, but it’s also a game of ouches and the team putting the biggest ouch on a ranked team last week was Oak Grove of San Jose. Cardinal Newman of Santa Rosa also moves up several positions this week heading into its CIF North Coast […]
Antioch standout junior Najee Harris rushes for 390 yards and six touchdowns, but comes up inches short on what would have been a probable game-winning two-point conversion in heart-wrenching loss to Foothill of Pleasanton. The Falcons (12-0) now get to play De La Salle.
While we’re one week closer to probable blockbuster matchup between Corona Centennial and St. John Bosco, other showdowns start this week with unbeatens Foothill of Pleasanton and Antioch hooking up. Since the winner of that game likely plays No. 1 De La Salle after that, Antioch was jumped to No. 13 in this week’s rankings....
It’s easy cheesy to bring back in Orange Lutheran as a newcomer this week and the Lancers also go back in at No. 21. This week’s other new slot went to Foothill of Pleasanton basically because the Falcons are higher in local rankings than league rival Monte Vista. Nearly 30 more teams are ranked on...
CCS Open Division swallows up No. 2 Milpitas and No. 3 Serra while Sacred Heart Prep is into the semifinals at 11-0. NCS top seeds De La Salle, Clayton Valley and Campolindo, meanwhile, are rolling and positioning for runs toward CIF state titles.
Fans in the rooting section at Foothill of Pleasanton must not have gotten the memo that Pac 12 Conference head coaches Sonny Dykes of Cal and Mike Riley of Oregon State were both on the sidelines during their team’s battle on Friday night against California of San Ramon.
McClymonds makes a statement by overwhelming previously unbeaten Analy but can’t move up in the rankings with St. Ignatius and Liberty having to go even higher. Mitty’s win over Pittsburg and Los Gatos suffering close loss in Stockton also impacts this week’s pecking order.