Category Archives: High School Sports

Coverage of High School Sports in the Stockton, California area.

St. Mary’s girls ranked No. 6 in state

Cal-Hi Sports’ latest top 20 state girls basketball rankings are out, and St. Mary’s (13-4) has jumped from No. 7 to No. 6. Cal-Hi is most impressed, it says, with a three-point loss to powerful Las-Vegas Centennial. Even more than beating Mission Hills-Alemany by 20 two days later. Click here to read the full rankings. [...]

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Manteca football schedules Bay Area power

The Manteca football team’s upcoming season will be downright scary for its opposition. Manteca, with a team full of juniors, split the Valley Oak League title with Oakdale and Modesto-Central Catholic, won the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV championship and competed in the CIF NorCal Division 3-AA bowl game (a loss to Menlo-Atherton). The team is [...]

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St. Mary’s football ranked No. 6 in state

The final high school football state rankings from Cal-Hi Sports are here. St. Mary’s has jumped to No. 6, from No. 7, after beating Oakley-Freedom 49-40 in the CIF NorCal Division 1-AA bowl on Friday in Stockton. The Rams’ state finals opponent, San Diego-Cathedral Catholic (14-0), has jumped to No. 5 from No. 6. St. [...]

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Know Thine Enemy: Rancho Christian Eagles

The Amador football team’s unreal journey has one final step: a state championship game. Amador (14-1) faces Temecula-Rancho Christian in the CIF Division 6-AA final at 6 p.m. Saturday at Murrieta Mesa High in Murrieta. That’s about a 460-mile drive via car from Sutter Creek. Rancho Christian has a strong coach, and a team that’s [...]

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Know Thine Enemy: Cathedral Catholic Dons

Eight years have come and gone since San Diego-Cathedral Catholic ended the St. Mary’s football team’s season in heartbreak. The Dons edged the Rams 37-34 in the CIF State Division II championship game in December 2008 in Carson. Leading that team was Tyler Gaffney, a future Stanford star and current New England Patriots practice squad [...]

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St. Mary’s football ranked seventh in state

  This St. Mary’s football team might just be the best edition of the Rams in their 88 years of existence. St. Mary’s hammered Folsom 56-25 in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I championship game. Not only was it the second-most points scored in a Division I final, but Folsom was a four-time defending section champion. [...]

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Know Thine Enemy: St. Patrick-St. Vincent Bruins

The Brookside Christian football team is one victory away from its second state finals appearance, and first since 2010. Brookside Christian (9-4), which is on an eight-game winning streak, faces St. Patrick-St. Vincent at 7:30 p.m. Friday on the road in Vallejo in the CIF NorCal Division 6-A bowl game. My “Know Thine Enemy” blog [...]

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Know Thine Enemy: Mendota Aztecs

The dream continues for the Amador football team. Before this season, the 105-year-old high school had never seen a Sac-Joaquin Section championship on the gridiron. Now, Amador is the host school in the CIF NorCal Division 6-AA bowl game, against Mendota of the Central Section at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Calaveras High in San Andreas. [...]

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Prep Football Predictions: Championship Edition

My worst week of football predictions came right smack dab in the middle of the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs. Talk about the opposite of clutch, I’m becoming the Buffalo Bills of NorCal sports writers. Yet I digress. The No. 2 St. Mary’s football team battles No. 1 Folsom for the section’s Division I crown at 6 [...]

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X-Factors Championship Edition: St. Mary’s vs. Folsom

Sports’ fans dreams usually fall apart before they happen. For example: the No. 1-seeded Oakland Raiders and Dallas Cowboys will NOT meet in the Super Bowl. It’ll be the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots. However, it has happened on the high school level, in a dream rematch from a dramatic, cinematic, apocalyptic Sac-Joaquin Section [...]

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