With the Los Angeles Lakers having just won the NBA Finals championship and the Los Angeles Dodgers going for a World Series title, the thought popped up to see if there were any California high schools that may have had alums in not just the World Series but also the Super Bowl and NBA Finals. […]
Boys BB: Public School State TOYs
Inspired by a comment from longtime Etiwanda head coach Dave Kleckner, we have now finally finished going through the last 50 years of California boys basketball and have selected a Public School State Team of the Year for each season. Kleckner’s team this year would be one of them, but it’s not his only one....
WCAL vs. Moore League: All-Time Baseball Teams
We’ve often thought about the great baseball traditions for schools in Northern California’s West Catholic Athletic League and schools in Southern California’s Moore League. If you stop and think about players and teams from 40, 50, 60 and even more years back, there are no two leagues in California historically that come close and we’d […]
Salute to Bruce McIntosh (1930-2017)
A legendary sports researcher who was honored just last month by the CIF Southern Section has died. Bruce McIntosh was 87 years old. His collection of football scores and sports memorabilia was unique and his intense interest in high school sports will be missed. We hope you enjoy this free story on Cal-Hi Sports.com. For […]
Boys BB (1976-2012 Final Division State Ranks)
Welcome to the online Cal-Hi Sports State Record Book & Almanac. These lists are the final state boys basketball rankings according to our traditional five divisions dating back to the first season in which we compiled state rankings, which was for the 1975-76 season. For final rankings from 2013 to 2019, separate links can be found...
MLB: How Great Is Hart’s Super Six?
In a year that began with four Hart High of Newhall grads already in the big leagues, the call-ups continued late in the season and by September there were six. That’s an incredible total, but it has been matched it looks like at least twice by the same L.A. school that also probably has more […]
Tony Gwynn nearly quit baseball
The San Diego Padres’ all-time great, who died on Monday, loved basketball so much when he played at Long Beach Poly that he had to be talked into playing baseball in his senior year. We did a cover story with him in 1992 for the Cal-Hi Sports edition of Student Sports and wanted to share […]