After the worst year ever for Super Bowl alums in 2021 with six, it’s a much better, more normal showing for the Golden State in 2022 as we counted 14 former California high school players on the most updated active rosters for the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals heading into Sunday’s matchup. It’s one […]
Welcome to the online Cal-Hi Sports State Record Book & Almanac. These state record lists are for individual career bests in receiving for football. For more on late Cal-Hi Sports record book founder Nelson Tennis, CLICK HERE. These totals are through all games of the 2021 season. To submit a record or report a correction online, CLICK HERE and...
The 36th annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Football Teams are headlined by these 30 players, chosen regardless of school size or year in school. Two juniors from CIF Open Division champion De La Salle have made the cut along with two defenders each from Long Beach Poly and Serra of Gardena.
We are going with seven players from around the state who can consider themselves finalists to be the 2014 Mr. Football State Player of the Year. Several are obvious, but a few may not be. We have two quarterbacks, one running back, two receivers and two others who pretty much did everything for their teams.
Presented by ATHLETETRAX, several of this week’s best are from unbeaten teams, including Crescenta Valley’s Brian Gadsby, Piedmont’s Gabe Watson and Lemoore’s Cort Groathouse. We also tip our hat to new Cal-Hi Sports career receptions and receiving yards record holder Trent Irwin.
Welcome to the online Cal-Hi Sports State Record Book & Almanac. These state record lists are for individual single-game highs in receiving for football. For more on late Cal-Hi Sports record book founder Nelson Tennis, CLICK HERE. These totals are through all games of the 2021 fall season. To submit a record or report a correction online, CLICK...
As the regular season ends, there are two clearly out in front to be the 2014 Mr. Football State Player of the Year and we may get to see both of them on back-to-back nights at the CIF state bowl games. We write up 13 others considered in our top 15 and mention 15 more […]
Only one is named from each region for offense, defense and special teams and we’re going to do our best to spread it around as much as possible. This week’s honors go to Newhall, San Clemente, Paso Robles, Oakland, Sutter and Sacramento.
This week’s top single-game performances include one from Fort Bragg that could definitely invite some bragging. How about eight touchdown passes in one half? Presented by our new partners from ATHLETETRAX, others highlighted include Sac High duo of Caden Voges and Kyron Basped, Buena Park’s Zach Taylor and San Jose Bellarmine’s Curt Calomeni.
Presented by our new partners from ATHLETE TRAX, this week’s top single-game performances include the typical from QBs like Brady White and Jake Browning but there also are plenty of others, plus several more from the Santa Clarita Valley and one more from Folsom.