Go through this post for the final rankings for every CIF state division for the 2020 season. Declaring co-champions for each of the cancelled state finals could still be done by the CIF, but we will continue to not have ties in any of our state rankings. With respect to the teams that may have...
We are happy to say that for the sixth straight year the CalHiSports.com web site and Cal-Hi Sports is going to be part of the weekly Final Quarter high school football show on Friday nights on the FOX 40 station in Sacramento.
Latest state record categories on this site have been updated and are ready to go for 2018 season for career passing, single season receiving yards, single season receiving touchdowns, single season receptions and career receiving. How high will Hank Bachmeier of Murrieta Valley and Jayden Daniels of San Bernardino Cajon get for their final career […]
Presented by Blast Athletics, the Cal-Hi Sports 2017 all-state teams continue with the release of these players representing medium schools. With more schools now being considered “medium” than ever before due to competitive equity playoff systems, this year’s medium schools all-state roster has been expanded to a third team for the first time. We now […]
We’re going to begin selection of the 39th annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Football Teams a little earlier than before and hope to have all nominations lists posted by next week. This first group of players who have been placed on our board of nominees are from the CIF Central Coast Section, CIF North Coast Section, […]
To go with our annual State Schools of the Year tribute, here are some additional schools that were on our board in the various CIF state divisions and in our own five-division format that we would consider to be honorable mention.
In addition to overall State Coach of the Year Mike Gonzales of El Toro, we have additional state coaching honors for the 2017 season going to Rich Henning from Christian Brothers of Sacramento and Jim Cleveland from Redwood Christian of San Lorenzo.
In addition to overall No. 1 and Division I No. 1 Eastlake of Chula Vista, others that can say they are mythical state champions for 2017 are Etiwanda (Division II), Christian Brothers of Sacramento (Division III), Wasco (D4) and Winters (D5).
We can’t get going on these rankings until most section playoff brackets are out and all of our all-state boys and girls basketball teams have been selected and posted. There’s still three weeks of the season left, except for the CIF Northern Section and we do have one Northern Section team with a shot to […]
Both of this week’s baseball honorees — Tanner Cunha of Sacramento Christian Brothers and Josh Landry of Cypress — had no-hitters last week and one of those had a perfect game. The other one missed a perfect game by issuing a leadoff walk. Our two softball honorees are from Simi Valley and Manteca.