California players collect six of the seven MVP awards at the annual Northern California stop of the national Nike football tour. Four of those players also were handed out invites to Nike’s version of “football heaven” to be held this July at its world headquarters in Beaverton, Ore.
It’s down to one more slate of games to go before the picks are in for this year’s CIF matchups. McClymonds of Oakland forfeits also look like they are going to stand. This is the expanded version from the list updates that were posted on Monday and is presented for Gold Club members. To join...
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.
Here is the opening top 25 for the greater San Francisco Bay Area for the 2014 football season. After De La Salle, it could be Pittsburg and the CIF Central Coast Section leaders (Serra & Valley Christian) jockeying inside the first five positions.
Incoming junior Kevin Davidson will be taking his first snaps as a varsity quarterback not at suburban and more affluent San Ramon Valley of Danville but at McClymonds, a great school with a great athletic tradition that is located in the more rough-and-tumble West Oakland neighborhood.
Receiver J.J. Koski from San Ramon Valley of Danville has a big day at the 2014 Nike Football Training Camp for Northern California, but he wasn’t the only MVP as voted on by the coaches from his school. Teammate Dru Samia took the same honor among offensive linemen. Check here for more from a breezy […]