In a regular feature that’s our version of prep notes with opinion mixed in, we express our support for Black Lives Matter and police reform and look at ways in which high school sports can reflect this important movement. Plus, we go over a list of important current political leaders (and one major political commentator) […]
Starting this week, it will be time to begin selecting the 40th annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Teams for girls basketball. We already posted a first run-through of names on our virtual board of all-state girls basketball nominees nearly three weeks ago, and now we’re doing a second, updated list. More players were added and some...
Honor Bowl needs to give the CIF Central Section a try…..NorCal Bowl Board for CIF already beginning to take shape and it really will after this weekend….Latest state record file update is for most points by a losing team….Plus, more of the top state stat stars. Note: This is a post for our Gold Club...
Sierra of Manteca is first team to cement final No. 1 ranking due to other teams losing combined with triumph in CIF Sac-Joaquin Section. Chino, meanwhile, is now in best position to be No. 1 in D2 instead of Mission Viejo.
It could be the last quiet week with very few changes other than Santa Barbara County schools Righetti and Cabrillo entering for separate divisions. Remaining No. 1 are Pacifica of Garden Grove, Mission Viejo, Bishop Amat, Francis Parker and Redwood Christian.
CIF Southern Section teams Mater Dei (D1), Mission Viejo (D2) and Burbank (D3) are joined as top-ranked teams in the state this week by Wheatland (D4) of the CIF Northern Section and unbeaten Redwood Christian (D5) of the CIF North Coast Section.