Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, there just wasn’t close to the number of games that would have needed to be played to fairly select any sort of official 2020 Cal-Hi Sports All-State Teams for baseball this year. We still wanted to do something with an honor roll list of top seniors who have either enjoyed […]
Graduating Class of 2020 standout Max Rajcic from Lutheran of Orange has the makings for a special career. It will start soon at UCLA, but here’s one last look his high school years, which was on track for him to be a leading candidate for the highest state and national individual honors. He was pitching […]
As some school districts throughout the state already were extending closures due to the current COVID-19 health crisis to the end of the school year, the CIF did the expected on Friday and has cancelled all spring sports state championships, including the longest-running CIF state title event in track and field. CIF section spring sports […]
A few games have already started, but for the 2020 season in California it’s going to start where it left off with De La Salle of Concord in the No. 1 position. The Spartans will have a 28-game win streak heading into their first game and have plenty of returning top players to earn the […]
High school sports in California has produced many memorable stars across all fields, including football, baseball, basketball and more. Here are some of the names to watch among the up and coming Class of 2020, a Mt. Rushmore foursome if you will, of contenders in future PA sportsbook promos. DJ Uiagalelei As a football player […]
This is the first of four posts announcing the 38th annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Baseball Teams and we begin with the underclassmen. These are the best of the best for juniors, sophomores and freshmen. It’s harder for the younger players grouped with the juniors, but some sophomores broke through and our State Freshman of the...
Jared Jones of La Mirada and Jonathan Cymrot of San Jose Valley Christian gain honors for their classes for the second straight year while this year’s medium schools and small schools winners ended up both being from the CIF Northern Section. That’s only happened one other time in state history. Plus, we have a State […]
Showing how difficult the choice may be for Ms. Softball State Player of the Year in 2019, two of the six selected as finalists are from the same team (state No. 1 Norco). It’s not going to be a breeze for Mr. Baseball State Player of the Year, either. Two juniors are among a group […]
After previous No. 1 Orange Lutheran was stunned by a three-run seventh-inning rally in a loss to Harvard-Westlake in the CIF Southern Section D1 quarterfinals, a new No. 1 needed to be declared for this week. Go inside to see all of our reasons why the new No. 1 is De La Salle of Concord....
Both Dawson Netz of Pasadena Maranatha and Tyson Heaton of Yucaipa were strongly considered for two separate honors. We don’t have ties or co-players of the year so we did the next best thing. We picked them both. Netz is netting State Junior of the Year recognition while Heaton is gaining the State Medium Schools […]