Updated through Saturday night. On the field, there were no upsets and not even any real close calls either, especially for No. 1 Mater Dei and No. 2 St. John Bosco. Off the field, wildfires became a factor for the first time this season as several games were postponed and a matchup for No. 15 […]
With all championship games complete in San Diego, Southern, L.A. City and Central sections, here is a quick recap of the CIF bowl game lineup for the Southern California region as announced on Sunday by CIF state office. The CIF didn’t have to use San Joaquin Memorial from the Central Section due to a team […]
This second group of elite teams leads off with Calabasas, which is continuing to build toward a CIF state title. We also had a hard time coming up with a team to start out highest in the CIF Central Coast Section, so we just stuck two of them in this group right next to each […]
With so many teams on its bye week, the only possible change would be to drop No. 5 Narbonne after its close call to Los Angeles. We didn’t do it, so all 10 from last week remain in order.
This group of teams starting at No. 26 is led off by ultra-talented Calabasas, which hopes to go even further in its CIF state division this season. Last year’s NorCal D1-AA representative to the CIF state bowl games, No. 27 Bellarmine of San Jose, is rebuilding but can’t be counted out. In this group as...
It was a huge week for the CIF San Diego Section as Foothills Christian and Cathedral Catholic post big wins to move up in the rankings while St. Augustine of San Diego cracks the state Top 20 rankings for boys basketball. There are many ranked teams whose seasons are now complete and that is created...
De La Salle (D1), Clayton Valley (D2), Camarillo (D3), Sierra Canyon (D4) and Grace Brethren (D5) remain on top, but there are two new No. 2s this week with St. Augustine forcing its way up in D2 after big win over Mission Hills while San Marino goes back to that position in D4. Also on...
Pleasant Grove vs. Santa Monica is one of those battles that political pundits declare “too close to call.” We make a call and do the same for the Division V and Division III finals.
There are two new No. 1 teams this week with Mater Dei of Santa Ana taking over in Division I and St. Augustine of San Diego in Division III. The highest rising newcomer is College Park of Pleasant Hill in D2.
California teams get clobbered in MLK weekend events so Long Beach Poly and Mater Dei get to stay at No. 1 and No. 2. Going in as newcomers are St. Augustine of San Diego and Pleasant Grove of Elk Grove.