St. John Bosco’s Jason Negro is not just the 2019 State Football Coach of the Year. He is also at the same time leading off our end-of-the-decade parade of honors by being named the State Coach of the Decade. The Braves just won their third CIF Open Division state title since Negro took over their […]
We tried to get all of this weekend CIF D2-AA and D2-A state finalists into these rankings, but couldn’t quite make it thanks to Oxnard (now No. 50) having a head-to-head win over Pacifica of Oxnard (which would be No. 51 if we counted it that far). In addition to Oxnard, two other newcomers this...
Becoming the first public school head coach to win three straight CIF state titles in the modern era also nets prestigious overall State Coach of the Year selection for Oakland McClymonds’ Michael Peters. The Warriors have been moved up in divisions for the past two state titles and for their streak to continue they’ll probably […]
With all of the disruptions in Northern California & the CIF pushing back the state finals one week, it will be more disjointed this season since the Southern California section playoffs will be complete after this weekend and the SoCal bowl games lineup will be announced on Sunday. The CIF and ourselves like to look...
Here is the lineup of games for this year’s CIF football regional championships as announced on Sunday, Dec. 3. The matchups were approved by a committee of CIF section commissioners through video conference call. If people are curious, we know our Cal-Hi Sports’ bowl boards (north and south) are looked at by CIF football officials, […]
The fun part of these boards that it’s possible to run them in different combinations to see how they shape up. This week, we went back to using Bellarmine of San Jose as one of the projected three CCS Open Division champions. Next week, maybe we’ll put Sanger in the south and Bakersfield Christian in...
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.
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.
Central Catholic (Modesto) 38, McClymonds (Oakland) 24 In a rematch of last years Northern Regional Division IV championship, visiting McClymonds gave the hosts all they could handle before falling to the defending Division IV state champions.