This is where to check for the 30 players named second team overall plus the next 30 for the third team and 70 more top seniors from large schools who all can say they are all-state for the 2014 season.
The final steps to choose the Cal-Hi Sports All-State Football Teams, which will be done for the 36th consecutive season, are about to begin. The first list of nominees has now been updated, corrected and expanded to this new list. It is still not to late to send in a nomination for someone not on...
As a celebration of this week’s CIF state bowl games and one quarterback in particular concluding one of the greatest careers in state history, we have posted updated single-season totals for passing yards and TD passes.
Only one is named from each region for offense, defense and special teams and we’re going to do our best to spread it around as much as possible. This week’s honors go to La Jolla, Ontario, Palm Springs, Concord, Tracy & Stockton.
Sacred Heart Prep and Bellarmine are now in the No. 3 and No. 4 positions after De La Salle and Clayton Valley. It’s also a good week for NCS finalist Pittsburg to go way up plus there’s the weirdness of ranking teams that played in CCS consolation games.
We have updated every individual single-game category of the Cal-Hi Sports state record book in football through the end of the regular season (including any so far from this weekend’s games) and have now added them to this web site. It’s an infusion of thousands of names and covers more than 100 years. Go inside […]
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.
When a school has a digital clock that counts down all year long for one game you know it’s a big deal. Both teams played their hearts out as Clayton Valley was able to escape with a 49-48 home win over Concord to take home the Claycord Cup in a game decided in the final […]
NorCal’s best is Woodside’s Josh Holman while SoCal honors go to Mater Dei’s Justin Allen. Others recognized for top single-game outings include Boron back with 367 yards rushing and seven more TD passes for Farmersville quarterback. Plus, team can’t believe it was flagged for 25 penalties.