At some point this season, just like we did for the record-breaking senior season of former Folsom QB Jake Browning, we knew we were going to write up Kaiden Bennett as one of our players of the week. This became that week. Our other honorees for this week are from San Jose, Bakersfield, Valencia, Yorba […]
In the final updated group of all-state football nominations, this one is for the CIF Southern Section and includes a number of additional players listed since the first post two weeks ago plus other updates. New photos added as well. Now that we’ve gone through all of the CIF sections, the time has begun to...
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Pacifica has its fate in its own hands with a chance to end the season where it began in the preseason – and that’s on top of the state rankings.
Six new teams are in after a wild and crazy couple of days (including Tuesday) sees previous No. 1 Mission Viejo, No. 3 Archbishop Mitty and No. 5 Great Oak of Temecula all get toppled in early-round section playoff upsets.
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.
Unbeaten Vintage of Napa begins to move up while newcomer M.L. King of Riverside gets a boost after taking top honors in one of the state’s best leagues.
Santiago of Corona loses in Tuesday game to M.L. King, which gives bumps to Esperanza, Vintage and James Logan. No. 1 teams are Pacifica of Garden Grove, Mission Viejo, Bishop Amat, Francis Parker and Redwood Christian.
Pacifica and Mitty move up to No. 2 and No. 3 due to Mater Dei loss while perennial NorCal power San Benito re-enters and snags the final spot.
California of San Ramon surges up to No. 17 as state’s lone newcomer this week. Unbeaten Archbishop Mitty also gets a bump into the top five. The rest of the top group, however, is dominated by Orange County.