Here’s another look back in time to approximately the same week of the California high school football season from five, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35 and 40 years ago. We also have writeups for 45 and 75 years ago. For this look back, we check out that 2015 CIF Southern Section Pac-Five Conference mega-final […]
The only State Top 25 team to lose over the weekend was previous No. 2 St. John Bosco, which lost in a nail-biter to Mater Dei, a team that has been elevated to No. 1 in the state for the first time since 1991. There were some other moves made as well, such as Rancho...
For the first time since 1986, a non-senior gains acclaim as the Cal-Hi Sports Mr. Football State Player of the Year. Antioch’s Najee Harris wins out due to the season he had, local consensus over another top candidate and how great he looked up close against top competition. He now joins the all-time state list […]
Check inside this post for the honorees who have been chosen among seniors, sophomores, medium schools, small schools and for those who play defense. Two of the winners are from the South Bay region of the CIF Southern Section.
This is the third group of players who have been placed on our board to be considered for the 37th annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Football Teams. These are all players from the CIF Southern Section. We welcome additional nominees from parents, coaches and fans.
We’ve come up with eight players who will be taken under serious consideration to be the 2015 Cal-Hi Sports Mr. Football State Player of the Year. All eight also will be entered into a head-to-head bracket-style fan vote on our Twitter page. Winner to be announced in two weeks.
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.
In its second season in the CIF Southern Section’s Pac-5 Division, state No. 2 Corona Centennial captured its second consecutive championship with its second consecutive title game victory over St. John Bosco of Bellflower. In a wild offensive affair won by the Huskies 62-52, there was a total of 114 points and 1,193 yards combined […]
After collecting the results of these teams, it begs the question of what’s better in first-round section playoff games: playing and slaughtering a mismatched opponent or just taking a bye. The only ranked team to play and lose was No. 23 Chaminade, but its loss was to No. 2 Corona Centennial.
Thanks to JSerra’s win over Mater Dei (which was No. 6 last week), many moves were considered in this week’s rankings. Those that happened pushed both Mission Viejo and Elk Grove higher but not Oaks Christian. Loyola also gets a bump prior to big game against Bishop Amat. Finally, congrats to this week’s two newcomers...