For week three of our NorCal/SoCal Players of the Week honors for this very different spring season, we re-visit the Sacramento area and land in Folsom, head to the Bay Area and stop in San Francisco, head south and hit the Central Valley town of Corcoran, then continue south to the High Desert city of […]
Here’s a first look at how the teams may begin to be stacking up for this year’s CIF Southern California regional bowl games. We build these boards from the top down and from the bottom going up with the toughest choices for the middle divisions. All of these teams should be viewed as place-holders in […]
With Mater Dei more solid at the top after beating Bishop Gorman, St. John Bosco and Centennial swap spots at No. 2 and No. 3 again and De La Salle also doesn’t move up to No. 3. We also now have all six Trinity League teams from the CIFSS at least in the top 20,...
As is our tradition, we go through each of the 13 upcoming CIF state football championship games and provide a predicted final score. We think a lot of NorCal teams will be successful on the road and perhaps one of the biggest underdogs is team with six state titles in the last seven years.
Each of our divisional rankings has been expanded by five teams for the final installment and these will be the ones that go into the state record files. Teams that moved up for the final rankings include Aliso Niguel (D2), Vista del Lago of Folsom (D3), Mission Oak of Tulare (D4), Ripon (D4) and St....
In addition to overall No. 1 and Division II No. 1 Mission Viejo, others that can say they are mythical state champions for 2016 are Mater Dei of Santa Ana (Division I), Grand Terrace (D3), Paraclete of Lancaster (D4) and Rolling Hills Prep (D5).
Is there a chance that not every one of our final No. 1 teams will be from the CIF Southern Section? Yes, but it’s guaranteed for D1 and D2 and would take monumental upsets for either Ceres in D3 or Mariposa County in D5 to move up to the top spot for the final rankings....
In addition to overall No. 1 and Division II No. 1 Yucaipa, others that can say they are mythical state champions for 2015 are Amador Valley of Pleasanton (Division I), East Union of Manteca (D3), Paraclete of Lancaster (D4) and Riverdale (D5).
Big changes in D2 South with Chaminade taking over at No. 1. Other new No. 1 is Ontario Christian, but it’s not favored in its section final. With one week to go before CIF selects teams, we have projections and scenarios for every division.
Edison, Chaminade, Lompoc and Serra may be about to pass Oceanside in D2 but we’re still going to wait one more week to see what happens. Go to our Twitter page @CalHiSports for game reports and check our Facebook page for more highlights.