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NorCal/SoCal Players of the Week

Ronnie Rivers of surging Freedom (Oakley) gains NorCal offensive honor with seven TDs and nearly 400 yards rushing against Antioch. In the south, Matt Corral of Oaks Christian passes for 529 yards in a game in which both teams had more than 700. Others chosen this week are from San Jose, Danville, Twentynine Palms and […]

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S.F. Bay Area FB Ranks (Week 15)

CCS teams take charge with Bellarmine, Oak Grove and Sacred Heart Prep all getting strong upward shoves in new rankings. Marin Catholic also is higher after topping Cardinal Newman while the only newcomer is McClymonds.


NEW State Top 25 Football

Despite all of the section playoffs around the state concluding, the only new team to go into this week’s rankings is Oak Grove of San Jose. Helix and Bellarmine also moved up to No. 7 and No. 8 while La Habra and Ridgeview went up to No. 19 and No. 20, but still not in...

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NEW S.F. Bay Area FB Ranks (Week 9)

If you were wondering why an unbeaten Antioch team with one of the nation’s top running backs is not ranked higher, we have the answer. In this week’s rankings, Bellarmine also bumps back up to No. 4 while Oak Grove and Moreau Catholic jump in as newcomers.


Oak Grove Football History Highlights

It was a horrible start for the first few seasons of Eagle football, but since the 1970s the San Jose school has been a consistent winner and has had some truly legendary teams, especially the one from 1978 that had a future NFL head coach at quarterback and a future NFL Super Bowl winning head […]


What if NorCal Open Division Bowl Games had been going on for years?

Yes, De La Salle would have been in it almost every year, but there had to have been some other teams in the region that might have been the Spartans’ equal or better. Check Wednesday for What if the SoCal Open Division Bowl Games had been going on for years?


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