We now have a fourth sport with updated state records added to the CalHiSports.com website. It’s baseball and we begin with a look at all of the state records in team categories, including pitching, hitting, win streaks, section titles, league titles and all-time wins. We’ll be adding all of the individual categories for baseball next […]
As the CIF Southern Section is about to slice up its playoff brackets in baseball to just four left in each one after Friday’s quarterfinals, some other section playoffs around the state (CCS, NCS, Sac-Joaquin) are just getting around to releasing their brackets. We wish we had more time to do more weeks of these […]
We like to start off this annual feature with our writeup of the most inspirational player of the year, highlighting a player who had to overcome some adversity to have a memorable season. This year, that honor goes to Pacific Grove’s Danielle Pasquariello. We also have a salute to another player — West of Torrance’s...
With five 10-win seasons in the 2000s and then three more so far in the 2010s, the Breakers have seen their all-time record surge well past the .500 mark and they’re now beginning to close in on 500th reported win.
Here’s the next installment of the 2014 all-state teams for baseball and it’s a salute to the best of the best for medium schools and small schools. Among schools scoring multiple honorees are Manteca, Torrance, Kaiser of Fontana, Kerman, Minarets of O’Neals and Oak Hills.
We’ve got the Time Warner Cable NorCal and SoCal Players of the Week plus preview the career state touchdown record that may be about to change hands from St. Bonaventure to Mendota.
These are players who were outstanding while playing for California high schools that were considered Division III, Division IV or Division V for the state rankings. This is the 33rd consecutive year for Cal-Hi Sports all-state teams in baseball. Note: The first Cal-Hi Sports e-book, “California: The Baseball Capital of the World” is now available […]
Elk Grove’s Jeff Carlson has pushed his program to a dominant position in the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section and it’s time to put him and the Thundering Herd in the spotlight. Other coaching honors announced for Wilmer Aaron (Gardena Serra) and Gil Ruiz (Pacific Grove).
These have been expanded for each division as well. Biggest boosts given for Amador Valley (D1), Vista Murrieta (D2), Acalanes (D3), Oak Hills (D4) and Head-Royce (D5).
Harvard-Westlake No. 1 overall for first time in school history. Others honored are Campolindo of Moraga (D2), Oaks Christian (D3), Pacific Grove (D4) and Desert Christian Academy (D5).