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3 hrs ago | San Bernardino County Sun
Random thoughts for a Tuesday morning, wondering how many weeks before we wear a light jacket on a football Friday night, wondering whatever happened to Anonthy Solis, 2004 CIF-SS Division III cross country champion out of Barstow High School.
6 hrs ago | The Almaden Resident
The Longhorns are up in the bigs this season, back in the Mt. Hamilton Division of the Blossom Valley Athletic League after a third-place finish in the Santa Teresa Division last year, where the tougher schedule will be a challenge for the young squad.
The first ever CCS championship playoffs were held in 1972, and Leland clinched the title that year with a 41-16 win over Riordan.
About a month ago, Bethel High School sophomore Denage Wheeler had no idea that he would be the Jaguars' varsity starting quarterback.
Two years ago, the Dons went 0-10 in the West Valley Division of the Blossom Valley Athletic League.
This proposed mascot logo for the Coachella Valley High School "Arab" has been approved by the American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee.
De La Salle head coach Bob Ladouceur walks the sidelines in the final seconds of the third quarter during their game with Bellevue High School Saturday, September 4, 2004 in Seattle, Washington.
De La Salle football owns the record for the nation's longest high school football win streak.
The game had been over for an hour, and 25,000 people, who had just witnessed the greatest winning streak in the history of high school football come to a shocking end, had emptied out of what was then Qwest Field in Seattle.
When Mills head coach Mike Krieger installed the spread zone read offense prior to last season, the decision was solely based on a dynamic up-and-coming quarterback - Marquis Adkins.
En route to giving up a school-record 414 points in 2013, the Falcons surrendered more than 40 points seven times, more than 50 twice and more than 60 once.
Del Norte wide receiver Austin Healy turns on the jets for an 86-yard touchdown in the first quarter against Piner on Saturday in Crescent City.
The host Mt. Eden High football team scored the first three touchdowns to build an early cushion in a error- and penalty-filled 55-36 win over Mt.
Big performances by workhorse running back Jason Draper and an opportunistic Mustangs defense ensured that Collin Moore's debut as San Marin's varsity quarterback was a relatively comfortable one.
Cassee's confidence was justified as the Hornets, after falling behind 8-7 in the second quarter, scored 24 unanswered points to pull away from Dougherty Valley 31-8 in a nonleague football opener for both teams.
There wasn't much for California to celebrate last season, so after starting this one off with a tight victory, the emotions spilled out.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 07:32 am
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