The 36th annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Football Teams are headlined by these 30 players, chosen regardless of school size or year in school. Two juniors from CIF Open Division champion De La Salle have made the cut along with two defenders each from Long Beach Poly and Serra of Gardena.
We are going with seven players from around the state who can consider themselves finalists to be the 2014 Mr. Football State Player of the Year. Several are obvious, but a few may not be. We have two quarterbacks, one running back, two receivers and two others who pretty much did everything for their teams.
It’s another crazy finish as Clayton Valley of Concord is denied go-ahead TD with 4:12 left on a fumble. Redlands East Valley holds on for 34-33 win in CIF Division II state bowl game and earns first CIF state team title in any sport for the school.
Since we’ve seen eight of the 10 teams playing in Carson this weekend in person (some more than once), we break down every matchup and choose a predicted score. You can see the score in each team’s preview that’s posted in our insider blog, but you need to be a Gold Club member to check...
Clayton Valley of Concord (15-0) plays Redlands East Valley (14-1) on Saturday at 4 p.m. at the StubHub Center in Carson. The game will be broadcast live on Time Warner Cable’s TWC SportsNet in Southern California and on Comcast SportsNet California in Northern California. For a live stream go to: www.TWCcommunity.com.
In the nine years so far of the CIF state bowl games, there’s been one Concord school in the event every year and if you don’t know which school that is you probably have never been on the CalHiSports.com web site in your life.
Group of four newcomers led by Sacred Heart Prep at No. 18 with Liberty of Bakersfield at No. 22, Bellarmine Prep at No. 23 and Vista Murrieta at No. 24. Every team in this post gets broken down from weekend result to next opponent. We also have added more images than ever before. If you...
Presented by ATHLETETRAX, this week’s best includes two running backs from annual statfest that seems to happen every time Tulare and Porterville get together. Sacramento’s Caden Voges also makes the state record book with eight TD passes while congrats also are in order to Caruthers head coach Tom Casanova for earning 200th career win.
Serra moves up to No. 2 as unbeaten team so far within the WCAL. Milpitas is right behind and could jump the Padres next week with a win on Friday in a showdown against Los Gatos. San Leandro, meanwhile, is this week’s only newcomer.
Major moves for next week’s State 25 are ensured after No. 3 Mater Dei falls to JSerra 17-10 in what can be called biggest win for JSerra in its history. Other big winners include Serra of Gardena, Santa Margarita, Milpitas and Clayton Valley of Concord.