Next week, CIF commissioners are scheduled to meet to look at the proposal for a 13-division bowl game system. We’ve been hearing about it for more than a year and have mixed reaction.
There’s an obvious school at the top of the state’s list for best football win-loss records so far in the decade of the 2010s. After that, though, there are many just above or almost at 90 percent. State’s best for every decade back to 1900 and best record since every decade ended also presented in […]
Seven players chosen to either first or second team for 2012 All-State honors are going to USC. Next highest college on the list is UCLA with six, but go inside to see our pick of which college we’d rank with best in-state class.
De La Salle and Narbonne both pocket two choices with Gauchos’ Troy Williams getting coveted quarterback position. We also go with Mater Dei’s Thomas Duarte as a receiver to free up extra slot for multi-purpose player.
Check inside this post for the honorees who have been chosen among juniors, sophomores, medium schools and small schools. Coming later in the weekend will be the updated lists of all-state nominees.
Thanks to Madison’s win in the D3 bowl game, many San Diego teams get to come up at the end, except in D4, where Bishop Diego of Santa Barbara finishes on top.
Warhawks ride running skills of Pierre Cormier to edge Marin Catholic of Kentfield 38-35 and win first CIF state title. It’s also seventh year in a row in which a CIF San Diego Section team has won a CIF state football championship.