Welcome to the online Cal-Hi Sports State Record Book & Almanac. These state record lists are for individual career scoring leaders for football. For more on late Cal-Hi Sports record book founder Nelson Tennis, CLICK HERE. These totals are through all games of the 2019 season. To submit a record or report a correction online, CLICK HERE and completely...
Welcome to the online Cal-Hi Sports State Record Book & Almanac. These state record lists are for best schools in football over the decades, including breakdowns of the state’s best for each decade since 1900 and for each decade since the 1900s. We have to give special thanks for these categories to legendary high school football...
There are only a few days left before we choose the 37th annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Football Teams. The first list of nominees has now been updated, corrected and expanded to this new list. It is still not to late to send in a nomination for someone not on the list or who might be...
No. 8 Grant of Sacramento had bus headed to Fresno turned around on Friday due to postponement but got to play on Saturday instead and won. Highest ranked teams to lose on Friday to an unranked opponent, meanwhile, were No. 18 Pittsburg and No. 20 Redlands East Valley.
Selection of the 33rd annual Cal-Hi Sports all-state softball teams rolls on with this year’s best from medium-size and small-size schools (based mostly on section playoff divisions). Dynamic duos get picked from seven separate schools and one of those players earns the four-year all-state prep career sweep.
The first school to win back-to-back CIF state bowl game titles was not De La Salle, but this one. The Ventura County program also has had the second winningest decade (not counting forfeits) in state history for its phenomenal success from 2000 to 2009 and that doesn’t even include a 14-0 season in 1999. The […]
Toughest choice ends up for Division III and the nod goes to St. Paul of Santa Fe Springs. Amador Valley (Division I), Mission Viejo (Division II), Taft (Division IV) and St. Bonaventure of Ventura (Division V) all finish on top as well.
No. 1 teams heading into the section playoffs and in line for mythical divisional state crowns are Amador Valley of Pleasanton (D1), Mission Viejo (D2), Burbank (D3), Taft (D4) and St. Bonaventure of Ventura (D5).
If school enrollments were still being used as the primary criteria for breaking down teams in the CIF state bowl games, the lineup of teams in Carson last month might have been much different. And without an Open Division, St. John Bosco would not have been in Division I.
First five becomes De La Salle followed by Narbonne, Vista Murrieta, St. John Bosco and St. Bonaventure. This week’s new CIF State Bowl Game Rankings will be posted on Tuesday.