With the MLB playoffs coming to a close, we’re matching a previous project for boys and girls basketball in counting up schools with the most all-state first team honorees in baseball. We’ve got these teams going back to 1980, just in time to get a promising outfielder from Serra of San Mateo chosen twice. The […]
On the same day that Major League Baseball was announcing which players are going to this year’s All-Star Game, we were finalizing the picks for the 34th annual Cal-Hi Sports all-state first team. All of these players will be listed in the state record book, and we’ll be posting all of them later this summer.
Each team gets broken down in this post of the final expanded State Top 40 from No. 1 Clovis down through No. 20 Elk Grove and then through No. 40 St. Mary’s of Stockton. Get your Gold Club membership today by CLICKING HERE to check it out if you haven’t done so yet....
This is one of the most impressive groups of elite players to be chosen as finalists for State Player of the Year we’ve ever had and have ever encountered in more than 100 years of research. Five of the nine finalists were chosen among the first 41 in last week’s MLB Draft.
St. Francis baseball and Amador Valley softball are the early leaders in the region even though St. Francis was edged in extra innings last Friday by Archbishop Mitty. We produce these rankings in support of the Cal-Hi Sports Bay Area TV show, which airs live on KUSI Channel 20 in San Francisco on Sunday nights.
St. Francis of Mountain View moves to No. 1 for baseball while Mission Viejo stays No. 1 in softball. Results from Tuesday of this week were accounted for in both new rankings. Five new baseball teams and six new softball teams are now in the spotlight.
Four schools lead the way with three players on first and second teams and two of those schools are in the same league. Full release of the 33rd annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Baseball Team should be completed by Sunday.
The process to choose the 34th annual Cal-Hi Sports all-state baseball teams is underway and includes input from everyone. This step is to post our first list of nominees. Go inside to see how parents, coaches and fans can contribute.
We have a chance to see the top three teams in the state this season in their final games. Plus, more on St. Francis’ John Gavin and Oaks Christian’s Jack Kruger does something to get him listed in the state record book....
Baseball team finishes 31-0 by topping Menlo of Atherton 10-4 in CIF CCS Division IV title. St. Francis also punches its ticket as legit State Team of the Year candidate. Check here as well for even more CCS baseball, softball championship highlights.