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Lions All-Star North football roster unveiled

The 2015 Lions All-Star Football game, which will be played Saturday, June 13, at Wayne Schneider Stadium in Tracy, is having its media banquet Saturday and the rosters have been unveiled. After guiding Chavez football to its first-ever league championship (the Titans went 4-1 in San Joaquin Athletic Association play), coach John Ward will be [...]

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Recruiting: McNair football’s Derrion Grim verbally commits to Boise State

Derrion Grim, a junior wide receiver with the McNair football team, had a fantastic second half of the 2014 season: with 35 catches for 637 yards and 10 touchdowns. Extrapolate that to a full season, and that’s 70 catches for 1,274 yards and 20 TDs, pretty staggering numbers. Well, teams across the nation took notice, [...]

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The State of the CIF: Today’s words from executive director Roger Blake

In-between two of the high school basketball state finals today, Roger Blake, the California Interscholastic Federation’s executive director, sat down with reporters to discuss the “state of the state.” On the very-loose, open-ended agenda were state playoff division alignment, the future of high school football bowl games (which expand to give every section champion a [...]

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National Signing Day Update: Football Commits

It’s National Signing Day and I’m in a break between events at Lincoln and St. Mary’s. Football, as it is any other day, is the marquee sport on Signing Day, and there are no lack of local commits making their decision for the next few years by signing their letters of intent. Here’s a list [...]

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Kimball football’s Cooper Ivy-League bound

It’s stressful getting recruited as a football player from a program that’s new, or not a traditional power. So for Rashaad Cooper, when Kimball struggled in his senior year to a 2-8 record overall and a 1-6 mark in the Valley Oak League, it meant an uphill climb. But he kept at it, sending emails [...]

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St. Mary’s, Brookside Christian, Lincoln girls still strong in national, state rankings

St. Mary’s girls basketball stayed firmly planted as a consensus — for the most part — No. 4 team in the nation and No. 2 team in the state after rolling through Tri-City Athletic League play thus far. Plus, the Rams knocked off Chatsworth-Sierra Canyon 85-77, and La Jolla Country Day 85-52 at their own [...]

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Six Local Football Players Named All-Sac-Joaquin Section

Six local players weren’t just great this year. They were some of the best this part of the state had to offer. St. Mary’s Noah Righetti, Khalil Hodge and Shane McDermott, Tracy’s Jake Alvarado and Stagg’s Tristen Taylor were named to the all-Sac-Joaquin Section team by MaxPreps Tuesday, and Sierra’s Trevon McCray made the second [...]

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Best of the Best: Local Football Stat Kings of 2014

High school football season has come and gone. The Record’s All-Area Football team is in the works, but for now, here’s a look at the leader in statistical categories (passing yards, passing TDs, rushing yards, rushing TDs, receiving yards, receiving TDs on offense; tackles, sacks and interceptions on defense). OFFENSE PASSING Yards and TDs OSAI [...]

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By the Numbers: Sac-Joaquin Section Football Playoffs

Sac-Joaquin Section football’s championship weekend provided some shock and heartbreak for St. Mary’s football. Tracy had that, too, but after its incredible underdog run through the playoffs, No. 1 Folsom proved too much for any team in the area. Probably even Grant, who it plays Friday in a NorCal Division I bowl. To take a [...]

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Complete Statistical Breakdown: St. Mary’s-Grant and Tracy-Folsom

I’ve already released my Players of the Game for St. Mary’s-Grant and Tracy-Folsom Sac-Joaquin Section championship games. Now, here’s a look at each game’s individual statistical breakdown. Thanks to the good folks at Sacramento State for the St. Mary’s-Grant stats. Tracy-Folsom is all my own. SAC-JOAQUIN SECTION DIVISION II FINAL Grant 21, St. Mary’s 14 [...]

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