With All-State baseball for 2019 completely in the books, we switch back to the 37th annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Softball Teams. The announcements continue for the most outstanding players from medium or small schools in class. There were several medium school teams that had two players named All-State, including D3 State Team of the Year […]
Here are the choices from among those schools considered medium-size and small. Our medium schools honoree for this year won a CIF state title for the school he once played for while our small schools pick made history for becoming just the second coach in CIF state history to win state titles at two different […]
One of the reasons that the Cal-Hi Sports all-state teams are so highly regarded is a continuing commitment to honor players not just from the big-school, major divisions. That continues with this year’s best in baseball from medium-size and small-size schools (based on section playoff divisions).
This is the place to go to find all of the previous all-state football teams that Cal-Hi Sports has presented for small schools and medium schools. Medium schools generally refers to those that are eligible for our Division III state rankings (using our own divisions that hasn’t changed since the 1990s unlike the CIF state...
Check inside this post for the honorees who have been chosen among juniors, sophomores, medium schools and small schools. One league in the Bay Area has nabbed two of these four player of the year selections.
Welcome to the online Cal-Hi Sports State Record Book & Almanac. These lists are to archive all of our State Players of the Year in football according to year in school (juniors, sophomores) or size of school (medium, small). To see the all-time list of Mr. Football State Players of the Year, it is always attached...
Here’s the next installment of the 2014 all-state teams for baseball and it’s a salute to the best of the best for medium schools and small schools. Among schools scoring multiple honorees are Manteca, Torrance, Kaiser of Fontana, Kerman, Minarets of O’Neals and Oak Hills.