To kick off our end-of-school year content of honoring the best multi-sport and overall athletes of the year, we begin with a look at the state’s best football-basketball combo athletes on our 31st annual Cal-Hi Sports Grid-Hoop All-State team. We have even more listed as Grid-Hoop athletes of distinction and some of these players are […]
A big welcome to Tehachapi’s Steve Denman for becoming just the eighth coach in state history to reach 300 career wins. We also have several new coaches on the 200-win list, including Sanger’s Chuck Shidan. That all-time state list has now been updated through Friday’s games. We also have updated where some of the top...
We have 30 written up as first team with 30 more picked on a list for second team. We hope the annual all-state team at the end of the season matches this one closely and that no one doesn’t make it due to injury. Two juniors are one first team and two also are on...
Our announcements of the 37th annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Football Teams begin with the small schools. These are for schools that were considered Division IV and Division V in our five-division state rankings and for the most part are D4 and below for the state bowl games. Five different schools were able to get two […]
Yeah, we do try to avoid picking the big-time recruits for these honors in favor of those that might more need the love, but just couldn’t resist a salute to what Oaks Christian’s Michael Pittman Jr. did in his final prep performance. Others gaining honors are from Hayward, Loomis, Galt, Redondo Beach and San Diego.
It only took 13 completions for one QB to rack up more than 400 yards of passing while one of our receivers makes the state record book with 337 yards in one game. Others gaining notice include Tyler Nevins of Hacienda Heights Los Altos, Anthony Johar from La Palma Kennedy, R.J. Van Kampen of Cerritos […]
Annual regular football feature returns with top reported single-game performances from around the state. This week’s best includes “The Dude” from Citrus Hill, two of the top sophomores in the nation and more than 600 yards of offense from Whitney of Rocklin’s Hunter Rodrigues.