Here’s what to look for in Saturday night’s historic CIF Open Division boys and girls basketball championship games to be played at Sacramento’s Sleep Train Arena. It will be the final two high school games played in the building previously known as ARCO Arena. Perhaps the most people to ever see a game there was...
McClatchy wins first state title with thrilling triumph in two overtimes in Division I final. Senior guards take over in second half for Bishop O’Dowd in Division III triumph. Shot-blocking leads La Jolla Country Day to win in Division V.
Fairfax of Los Angeles made a national statement with a victory over Sierra Canyon of Chatsworth in the marquee game of the Fairfax State Preview. Check out the links for the recap of the big Fairfax-Sierra Canyon match up of FAB 50 ranked teams and for top 25 player rankings on our sister site GrassrootsHoops.net.
We conclude our post-season football coverage for Gold Club members with a look at the state’s top college prospects in the 2014 class (seniors in 2013 season). Our final Cal-Hi Sports Hot 100 will be updated with colleges choices as players sign their LOI on National Signing Day and the days after. ...
The wow factor is the difference as Serra of Gardena standout becomes honoree for 2013 and joins all-time state list that dates back more than 100 years and includes numerous NFL Hall of Famers.
Serra of Gardena knocks off Mission League rival Chaminade of Mission Hills in game with some CIF bowl game implications down the line. Big-play weapons strike again for perhaps state’s most explosive team. Serra linebacker commits to USC.
On the boys basketball scene, we hear rumors all summer about where players will end up, but it’s usually best to wait to report transfers until “check-in time,” when kids enroll and begin attending classes. One team that will have a different backcourt is defending CIF Southern Section Division IV-AA champ Sera of Gardena. Senior […]
Why Serra’s Adoree’ Jackson might have monster senior season, top NorCal coach steps down and Mission Viejo adds well-known position coach. That plus more in our football updates, including Californians that will compete at The Opening in Oregon.
State’s No. 4 ranked team outlasts strong field to capture crown at first ever Tarkanian Classic in Las Vegas. No. 7 Bishop O’Dowd takes fifth place. Long Beach Poly takes third place at big-time Florida tourney while Gardena Serra and De La Salle scramble after another Florida tournament is cancelled. By Ronnie Flores.
SUNDAY PICKS ARE IN: Edison gets call in close debate over Oceanside. We have more plus an early prediction for Chargers’ game against Gardena Serra.