Some of these schools may already have had a 100-year celebration, but here are the ones that we have with first football scores in our files that are from 1920 season. Atascadero The Greyhounds were at their best when Larry Welsh was coaching them between 1979 and 1996, including 14-0 seasons in 1982 and 1995. […]
As a consequence of the 2020 high school baseball and softball seasons being canceled after not even one-third of scheduled games were played in the state, we cannot produce all-state teams in those sports for 2020. We do not want to forget about those seniors from the Class of 2020, however, who were going to […]
It’s not a record, but the six players selected in Thursday’s first round of the 2018 NFL Draft is the most from California high schools since 1997. Five of the six also went in the first 15 picks, which also caused a look into the draft history books. The only downer was that none of […]
Here’s the latest in this series that was begun last year with QBs, RBs and WRs and picked back up again recently with offensive linemen and defensive linemen. The DBs will be done soon as well. All of these lists will be included in the back of our upcoming book “High School Football in California”...
Last week on the latest FOX 40 Final Quarter high school football show of the 2016 season, hosts Jim Crandell and Kristina Werner revealed a list of the top five Heisman Trophy vote-getters from the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section, according to CalHiSports.com.
Due to previous No. 8 Grant losing to Sheldon plus previous No. 9 Rocklin and No. 10 Whitney both getting knocked off by Woodcreek and Roseville, respectively, there are a lot of teams on the move in this week’s rankings. Anyone wishing to see writeups and breakdowns of the top teams in the state, sign […]
Top 10 matchups won by Del Oro and Central Catholic ensure that changes are few in this week’s rankings. The only newcomer is Roseville, which has to come back in to replace American Canyon after it fell to Vanden. Anyone wishing to see writeups and breakdowns of the top teams in the state, sign up […]
Last week on the latest FOX 40 Final Quarter high school football show of the 2016 season, hosts Jim Crandell and Kristina Werner revealed a list of the top five wide receivers/tight ends from CIF Sac-Joaquin Section schools, according to CalHiSports.com.
Yes, we’re doing these teams once again for eight of the 10 CIF sections in the state and are beginning with the Sac-Joaquin. CIF state champions Del Oro and Central Catholic from last year along with four-time D1 section champ Folsom plus St. Mary’s of Stockton all land multiple players on this year’s squad.
The national media is going crazy doing stories about John Krahn, the gigantic lineman from M.L. King of Riverside. Is he really the biggest person ever to play football?