Tuesday, December 15, 2009

California High School Football Scores - Championships

California High School Football Scores
Friday & Saturday, December 13-14, 2009


CIF Championships

Open Division
De La Salle 28 Crenshaw 14

Division I
Oceanside 24 Bellarmine Prep 19

Division II
Servite 33 Rocklin 30

Division III
Gardena Serra 24 Marin Catholic 20

Division IV
Modesto Christian 44 Francis Parker 40

Friday, October 23, 2009

California High School Football Scores - Week 8

California High School Football Scores
Thursday, October 22, 2009

Los Angeles and Southern Section

CITY
MARINE LEAGUE

Carson 48, Gardena 18

8 MAN
COAST LEAGUE

View Park 52, Animo Robinson 6

SOUTHERN SECTION
BIG VIII LEAGUE

Corona Roosevelt 46, Riverside Poly 10

CENTURY LEAGUE
El Dorado 28, Brea Olinda 0
Tustin 35, Villa Park 20

DEL RIO LEAGUE
Pioneer 34, La Serna 17

GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE
Garden Grove 54, Bolsa Grande 6
Westminster La Quinta 24, Los Amigos 10

MONTVIEW LEAGUE
Azusa 14, Gladstone 7

ORANGE LEAGUE
Santa Ana Valley 24, Magnolia 13
Savanna 53, Western 42

PACIFIC LEAGUE
Crescenta Valley 21, Muir 14

PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Irvine 26, Corona del Mar 0

SEA VIEW LEAGUE
Trabuco Hills 51, Huntington Beach 10

SUNSET LEAGUE
Los Alamitos 52, Marina 0

VALLE VISTA LEAGUE

Baldwin Park 33, Pomona 12

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Citrus Hill Win Streak Reaches 34

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America


Citrus Hill beat Riverside Rubidoux 62-12 Friday night to improve to 6-0 this season. According to the LA Times, University of Washington-bound running back Deontae Cooper was at the center of the team's 34th straight victory.

Cooper is the state's leading rusher, who earlier this season carried the ball 60-times in a game.

California High School Football Scores - Week 7

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

Once again, Orange Lutheran and Mater Dei lived-up to the hype. Lutheran beat the Monarchs 28-25 in a game that had seven lead changes. According to the Orange County Register, Mater Dei wide receiver Victor Blackwell set a school record with 257 yards receiving.

Check-out the highlights on OCVarsity.com.

California High School Football Scores
Friday, October 16, 2009

Los Angeles/Southern Section

CITY
COLISEUM LEAGUE

Crenshaw 67, Manual Arts 0
Dorsey 50, Jefferson 0

EAST VALLEY LEAGUE
Arleta 62, North Hollywood 0
Canoga Park 33, Verdugo Hills 6
Sun Valley Poly 74, Van Nuys 0

EASTERN LEAGUE
Garfield 38, Huntington Park 3
Los Angeles Jordan 41, South Gate 14
South East 24, Bell 8

MARINE LEAGUE
Carson 71, Washington 0
Narbonne 23, San Pedro 22
Wilmington Banning 29, Gardena 18

NORTHERN LEAGUE
Franklin 37, Los Angeles Wilson 0
Lincoln 35, Belmont 27
Los Angeles Marshall 38, Eagle Rock 7

SOUTHERN LEAGUE
Contreras 13, Bernstein 0
Los Angeles 35, Roybal 12
West Adams Prep 49, Hollywood 0

VALLEY MISSION LEAGUE
Panorama 55, Reseda 35
San Fernando 7, Granada Hills Kennedy 2
Sylmar 50, Monroe 0

WEST VALLEY LEAGUE
Cleveland 45, Chatsworth 26
El Camino Real 47, Birmingham 24
Taft 47, Granada Hills 0

WESTERN LEAGUE
Los Angeles Hamilton 23, Fairfax 16
Venice 24, Los Angeles University 2
Westchester 20, Palisades 0

8 MAN
COAST LEAGUE

Animo Robinson 20, Annenberg 14

VALLEY LEAGUE
Fulton Prep 90, Discovery Prep 40

Southern Section

ALMONT LEAGUE
Bell Gardens 46, Montebello 40
San Gabriel 21, Keppel 7
Schurr 28, Alhambra 21

ALPHA LEAGUE
Campbell Hall 64, Kilpatrick 14
Downey Calvary Chapel 55, Pasadena Marshall 15
Maranatha 27, Brentwood 7

BASELINE LEAGUE
Rancho Cucamonga 52, Claremont 24
Upland 17, Los Osos 0

BAY LEAGUE
Leuzinger 35, Palos Verdes 28
Mira Costa 28, West Torrance 3
Redondo 35, Peninsula 17

BIG VIII LEAGUE
Corona 24, Riverside North 17
Corona Centennial 56, Riverside Poly 16
Corona Santiago 49, King 35
Norco 30, Corona Roosevelt 27

CAMINO REAL LEAGUE
Mary Star 28, Bosco Tech 13

CENTURY LEAGUE
Villa Park 35, Brea Olinda 0

CHANNEL LEAGUE
Buena 36, Dos Pueblos 3
St. Bonaventure 42, San Marcos 0
Ventura 38, Santa Barbara 23

CHRISTIAN LEAGUE
Arrowhead Christian 21, Western Christian 7

CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
Carter 33, Rialto 25
Miller 39, Yucaipa 14
Redlands 49, Eisenhower 7
Redlands East Valley 48, Fontana 0

DE ANZA LEAGUE
Twentynine Palms 21, Desert Hot Springs 0

DEL REY LEAGUE
Gardena Serra 56, Bishop Montgomery 3
Harvard-Westlake 49, St. Bernard 6

DEL RIO LEAGUE
California 24, Whittier 10
El Rancho 43, Pioneer 7
La Serna 28, Santa Fe 23

DESERT MOUNTAIN LEAGUE
Boron 57, Silver Valley 12

DESERT SKY LEAGUE
Barstow 28, Ridgecrest Burroughs 21 (OT)
Silverado 26, Victor Valley 11

DESERT VALLEY LEAGUE
Coachella Valley 28, Cathedral City 7
La Quinta 44, Palm Springs 22
Palm Desert 58, Indio 6

FOOTHILL LEAGUE
Hart 31, Saugus 21
Valencia 49, Canyon Country Canyon 7
West Ranch 49, Golden Valley 7

FREEWAY LEAGUE
Fullerton 43, Troy 10
La Habra 62, Buena Park 0
Sonora 20, Sunny Hills 7

FRONTIER LEAGUE
Fillmore 56, Villanova Prep 7
Malibu 21, Grace Brethren 6

GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE
Garden Grove Santiago 25, Los Amigos 21
Westminster La Quinta 22, Bolsa Grande 16

GOLDEN LEAGUE
Eastside 36, Antelope Valley 14
Highland 39, Littlerock 22
Palmdale 48, Knight 15
Quartz Hill 44, Lancaster 6

GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE
Santa Ana 29, Orange 14
Segerstrom 61, Saddleback 26
Westminster 28, Ocean View 21

HIGH DESERT LEAGUE
Bishop 24, Rosamond 6
Frazier Mountain 49, Desert 28
Kern Valley 55, California City 14

INLAND VALLEY LEAGUE
Arlington 35, Moreno Valley 8
Canyon Springs 21, Ramona 16
La Sierra 42, Vista del Lago 20
Rancho Verde 55, Valley View 18

LOS PADRES LEAGUE
Pioneer Valley 42, Lompoc Cabrillo 13
Santa Maria St. Joseph 41, Nipomo 0
Santa Ynez 21, Morro Bay 0
Templeton 50, Santa Maria 13

MARMONTE LEAGUE
Moorpark 28, Simi Valley 0
Newbury Park 35, Royal 17
Thousand Oaks 35, Agoura 14
Westlake 51, Calabasas 6

MIRAMONTE LEAGUE
Charter Oak 31, Bonita 0
Los Altos 54, Hacienda Heights Wilson 17

MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE
Arroyo 14, Rosemead 12
Gabrielino 21, El Monte 14
South El Monte 35, Mountain View 6

MOJAVE RIVER LEAGUE
Hesperia 21, Sultana 14
Serrano 35, Rim of the World 7

MONTVIEW LEAGUE
Azusa 34, Sierra Vista 13
Gladstone 40, Duarte 14
La Puente 31, Workman 7

MOORE LEAGUE
Lakewood 61, Long Beach Cabrillo 8
Long Beach Wilson 37, Compton 16
Millikan 23, Long Beach Jordan 17

MOUNTAIN PASS LEAGUE
Banning 38, Tahquitz 21
Citrus Hill 62, Rubidoux 13
Riverside Notre Dame 20, Heritage 19
San Jacinto 45, Beaumont 35

MT. BALDY LEAGUE
Chaffey 28, Don Lugo 13
Colony 55, Ontario 10
Garey 34, Montclair 14

OCEAN LEAGUE
Beverly Hills 35, Hawthorne 13
Culver City 55, Inglewood 44
Santa Monica 35, Morningside 21

OLYMPIC LEAGUE
Paraclete 12, Whittier Christian 0

ORANGE LEAGUE
Savanna 21, Magnolia 10
Western 49, Century 7

ORANGE COAST LEAGUE
Costa Mesa 27, Estancia 13
Laguna Beach 28, Godinez 7

PAC-7 LEAGUE
Arroyo Grande 35, San Luis Obispo 7
Paso Robles 35, Lompoc 10
Righetti 13, Atascadero 3

PACIFIC LEAGUE
Burbank 61, Glendale 3
Crescenta Valley 41, Hoover 12
Muir 27, Arcadia 7

PACIFIC VIEW LEAGUE
Camarillo 27, Oxnard Pacifica 23
Oxnard 44, Channel Islands 7
Rio Mesa 40, Hueneme 7

PIONEER LEAGUE
Compton Centennial 34, North Torrance 7
El Segundo 40, Torrance 3
Lawndale 39, South Torrance 18

PREP LEAGUE
Rio Hondo Prep 48, Flintridge Prep 0

RIO HONDO LEAGUE
Monrovia 14, San Marino 12
South Pasadena 27, Blair 20

SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE
Cajon 42, San Bernardino 6
Colton 31, Arroyo Valley 14
San Gorgonio 56, Pacific 14

SAN ANTONIO LEAGUE
Rowland 27, Walnut 7
South Hills 27, West Covina 6

SAN GABRIEL VALLEY LEAGUE
Downey 35, Gahr 34
Lynwood 35, Paramount 7

SAN JOAQUIN LEAGUE
Fairmont Prep 32, Sherman Indian 20

SEA VIEW LEAGUE
Huntington Beach 30, Foothill 29 (2OT)
Trabuco Hills 24, El Toro 21
Woodbridge 21, Northwood 13

SIERRA LEAGUE
Ayala 44, Chino 13
Chino Hills 38, Damien 6
Glendora 40, Diamond Bar 19

SOUTH COAST LEAGUE
Dana Hills 37, Tesoro 34
Mission Viejo 23, Capistrano Valley 0
San Clemente 31, Aliso Niguel 25

SOUTHWESTERN LEAGUE
Chaparral 47, Murrieta Valley 23
Great Oak 34, Temecula Valley 21
Vista Murrieta 28, Temescal Canyon 0

SUBURBAN LEAGUE
Cerritos 27, Artesia 21
Mayfair 27, Bellflower 17
Norwalk 42, Glenn 35

SUNBELT LEAGUE
Elsinore 36, Hemet 7
Lakeside 13, Perris 0
West Valley 12, Paloma Valley 7

SUNKIST LEAGUE
Kaiser 32, Patriot 6
Summit 29, Bloomington 0

SUNSET LEAGUE
Edison 34, Esperanza 10
Fountain Valley 56, Marina 7
Newport Harbor 23, Los Alamitos 20

TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE
Nordhoff 44, Santa Clara 7
Oak Park 13, Carpinteria 0
Oaks Christian 65, Bishop Diego 6

TRINITY LEAGUE
JSerra 14, Santa Margarita 12
Orange Lutheran 28, Mater Dei 25
Servite 37, St. John Bosco 19

VALLE VISTA LEAGUE
Baldwin Park 28, Covina 7

NONLEAGUE
Alemany 21, Crespi 17
Bishop Amat 38, St. Paul 6
Brethren Christian 21, Anza Hamilton 14
Calvary Murrieta 21, Vasquez 6
Desert Mirage 32, Xavier Prep 0
Granite Hills 34, Apple Valley 28
Loyola 42, Chaminade 3
Oak Hills 16, Aquinas 13
Riverside Christian 20, Bloomington Christian 14
Sage Hill 25, Citrus Valley 6
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 28, St. Francis 24
St. Margaret's 28, Cerritos Valley Christian 6

INTERSECTIONAL
San Diego Rock Academy 20, Crean Lutheran South 0
Santa Paula 41, Grant 26
Sparks (Nev.) Spanish Springs 41, Santee 24

8 MAN
AGAPE LEAGUE

Joshua Springs 36, Hesperia Christian 6

COAST VALLEY LEAGUE
Cuyama Valley 52, North County Christian 20
Maricopa 22, Shandon 12

HARBOR LEAGUE
Rolling Hills Prep 35, Lighthouse Christian 0

MAJESTIC LEAGUE
Public Safety Academy 67, Temecula Prep 14
Wildomar Cornerstone Christian 68, Marywood-Palm Valley 38

OMEGA LEAGUE
Camarillo Cornerstone Christian 50, Westmark 6

VICTORY LEAGUE
California Lutheran 44, High Desert Academy 14
Desert Chapel 60, Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel 24

WARRIOR LEAGUE
Noli Indian 84, River Springs 46

NONLEAGUE
First Lutheran 52, Upland Christian Academy 34
Ribet Academy 50, Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 26

Saturday, October 03, 2009

California High School Football Scores - Week 5

by Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle


It's been a tough year for nationally-ranked California high school football teams. Only Oaks Christian has been able to hang-on to its pre-season USA Today Super 25 ranking.

First De La Salle tumbled after starting the season #14. Then Servite climbed to #6 before losing to Edison last week. Last night, #16 St. Bonaventure lost in overtime 24-23 to Bishop Amat. According to the LA Times, St. Bonaventure's 14-game win streak was snapped on a blocked extra point in overtime.

California High School Football Scores
Friday, October 2, 2009

Los Angeles-area and Southern Section

Los Angeles-City

EAST VALLEY LEAGUE
Grant 54, Verdugo Hills 6
Sun Valley Poly 40, Canoga Park 16
Van Nuys 32, North Hollywood 0

EASTERN LEAGUE
Bell 33, South Gate 14
Los Angeles Jordan 7, Garfield 0
Los Angeles Roosevelt 35, Huntington Park 7

SOUTHERN LEAGUE
Hollywood 44, Contreras 6
Los Angeles 20, Bernstein 6
Santee 55, Roybal 7

NONLEAGUE
Arleta 63, Cleveland 12
Carson 55, West Adams Prep 0
Dorsey 36, Birmingham 21
El Camino Real 35, Reseda 13
Fairfax 44, Los Angeles Marshall 30
Gardena 41, Los Angeles University 10
Granada Hills 28, Palisades 21
Granada Hills Kennedy 19, Chatsworth 0
Jefferson 21, Panorama 20
Manual Arts 23, Lincoln 20
Washington 22, Los Angeles Wilson 10

8-MAN
NONLEAGUE

Animo Robinson 56, Community Harvest 6
Annenberg 36, Fulton Prep 16

Southern Section

ALPHA LEAGUE
Brentwood 44, Pasadena Marshall 16
Campbell Hall 44, Montclair Prep 6

BIG SKY LEAGUE
Calvary Murrieta 63, California Military Institute 6

BIG VIII LEAGUE
Corona Centennial 50, Corona Roosevelt 13
Corona Santiago 37, Riverside Poly 12
King 19, Riverside North 14
Norco 50, Corona 43

CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
Redlands 36, Carter 5
Redlands East Valley 69, Eisenhower 26
Yucaipa 28, Rialto 24

GOLDEN LEAGUE
Eastside 31, Littlerock 22
Highland 41, Quartz Hill 40 (OT)
Knight 46, Antelope Valley 6
Palmdale 14, Lancaster 9

INLAND VALLEY LEAGUE
Canyon Springs 33, Valley View 27 (3OT)
La Sierra 41, Ramona 31
Rancho Verde 31, Arlington 7

LOS PADRES LEAGUE
Lompoc Cabrillo 29, Santa Maria 21
Nipomo 27, Morro Bay 10
Pioneer Valley 35, Santa Ynez 0
Santa Maria St. Joseph 38, Templeton 20

MARMONTE LEAGUE
Moorpark 35, Calabasas 7
Newbury Park 55, Simi Valley 12
Royal 34, Agoura 28
Westlake 43, Thousand Oaks 17

MONTVIEW LEAGUE
Azusa 39, Bassett 18
La Puente 62, Duarte 3
Sierra Vista 20, Gladstone 14

MOORE LEAGUE
Lakewood 61, Compton 0
Long Beach Poly 31, Long Beach Jordan 0
Millikan 41, Long Beach Cabrillo 30

MOUNTAIN PASS LEAGUE
Citrus Hill 31, Banning 21
Heritage 35, Beaumont 25
San Jacinto 31, Riverside Notre Dame 7
Tahquitz 35, Rubidoux 0

PACIFIC LEAGUE
Burbank 42, Crescenta Valley 14
Burbank Burroughs 9, Muir 6
Pasadena 21, Hoover 13

PREP LEAGUE
Pasadena Poly 21, Webb 6

SAN JOAQUIN LEAGUE
Animo Leadership 14, Saddleback Valley Christian 12
CSDR 34, Sherman Indian 0

SUBURBAN LEAGUE
La Mirada 41, Glenn 24
Mayfair 42, Cerritos 21
Norwalk 58, Bellflower 7

NONLEAGUE
Alhambra 30, South Pasadena 6
Apple Valley 67, San Bernardino 16
Aquinas 13, Mary Star 10
Arrowhead Christian 21, Yucca Valley 19
Arroyo Valley 26, Alta Loma 16
Atascadero 29, Hueneme 21
Ayala 44, South El Monte 7
Baldwin Park 35, El Monte 14
Barstow 35, Hesperia 16
Beckman 35, Katella 14
Bishop Amat 24, St. Bonaventure 23 (OT)
Boron 40, Desert 14
Buena 29, Oxnard Pacifica 26
California 13, Schurr 13
Camarillo 26, Ventura 25
Capistrano Valley 14, Placentia Valencia 7
Chaminade 38, Canyon Country Canyon 22
Charter Oak 23, Damien 20
Chino Hills 30, San Gorgonio 14
Claremont 52, Ontario 14
Colony 19, Kaiser 14
Colton 35, Chaffey 12
Compton Centennial 55, Hawthorne 0
Corona del Mar 27, Magnolia 0
Dana Hills 41, Newport Harbor 7
Desert Hot Springs 28, Anza Hamilton 6
Don Lugo 51, Jurupa Valley 0
El Modena 24, Foothill 21
El Segundo 34, St. Bernard 21
Estancia 56, Westminster La Quinta 7
Etiwanda 45, Chino 14
Fillmore 28, Carpinteria 21
Flintridge Prep 23, Malibu 20
Frazier Mountain 41, Grace Brethren 32
Fullerton 35, Brea Olinda 0
Glendora 16, Diamond Ranch 14
Granite Hills 35, Cathedral City 0
Great Oak 22, Elsinore 15
Hacienda Heights Wilson 42, Blair 0
Hart 28, Paraclete 7
Huntington Beach 19, Westminster 16
Irvine 31, Northwood 7
JSerra 34, Garden Grove Pacifica 15
Keppel 36, Mountain View 0
La Canada 42, Firebaugh 6
La Palma Kennedy 32, Downey 27
La Quinta 7, Cajon 0
Laguna Hills 27, Woodbridge 7
Loara 34, Anaheim 19
Mission Viejo 40, Murrieta Valley 7
Mojave 26, California City 0
Monrovia 48, La Salle 14
Montebello 35, Nogales 20
North Torrance 51, Bishop Montgomery 7
Ocean View 27, Costa Mesa 3
Oxnard 28, San Marcos 0
Pacific 43, Citrus Valley 6
Palm Desert 61, Hemet 14
Palm Springs 31, West Valley 13
Pioneer 33, Bolsa Grande 18
Pomona 18, Gabrielino 7
Righetti 42, Dos Pueblos 17
Rim of the World 60, Indio 0
Sage Hill 40, Viewpoint 26
San Clemente 35, El Toro 14
San Luis Obispo 21, Santa Barbara 6
San Marino 21, Cantwell-Sacred Heart 6
Santa Ana 21, Los Amigos 20
Santa Ana Valley 39, Garden Grove Santiago 7
Santa Margarita 41, Orange 6
Santa Paula 43, Santa Clara 7
Savanna 48, Buena Park 0
Serrano 24, Golden Valley 0
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 48, Dominguez 10
Silverado 28, Summit 14
Sonora 17, Rancho Alamitos 13
South Hills 62, Northview 0
South Torrance 21, West Torrance 14
St. Anthony 14, Brethren Christian 7
St. Francis 41, Rio Mesa 0
St. John Bosco 35, St. Paul 0
St. Margaret's 42, Ontario Christian 0
St. Monica 42, Lucerne Valley 0
Sunny Hills 21, Godinez 14
Temecula Valley 14, Paloma Valley 8
Temescal Canyon 42, Lakeside 7
Temple City 27, Rosemead 13
Tesoro 21, El Dorado 7
Torrance 28, Morningside 0
Trabuco Hills 34, Gahr 14
Twentynine Palms 6, Oak Park 0
Upland 45, Bloomington 6
Valencia 63, Santa Monica 7
Vasquez 27, Rosamond 6
Victor Valley 34, Sultana 0
Villa Park 28, Artesia 6
Vista Murrieta 43, Peninsula 21
Walnut 27, Arroyo 16
Warren 55, La Serna 20
West Covina 47, Los Altos 12
Whittier 14, Paramount 10
Xavier Prep 41, Silver Valley 12

INTERSECTIONAL
Brawley 19, Coachella Valley 13 (OT)
Cathedral 42, Eagle Rock 0
Crenshaw 48, Culver City 7
Fountain Valley 42, San Diego Scripps Ranch 14
Imperial 50, Desert Mirage 28
Linfield Christian 33, San Luis Obispo Mission Prep 13
Lynwood 31, San Fernando 22
Narbonne 37, Orange Lutheran 31 (2OT)
Oaks Christian 33, Venice 13
Redondo 21, Wilmington Banning 17
Ridgecrest Burroughs 26, Arvin 0
San Pedro 27, Inglewood 20
Spokane (Wash.) Ferris 41, Esperanza 35 (OT)
Taft 14, Saugus 3
Village Christian 28, Sylmar 24

8 MAN
NONLEAGUE

Faith Baptist 48, Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian 0
High Desert Academy 24, Excelsior 24
Immanuel Christian 52, Cuyama Valley 50
Los Angeles Lutheran 66, Liberty Christian 40
Nuview Bridge 46, Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel 6
Price 44, Southlands Christian 3
Public Safety Academy 56, Noli Indian 30
San Jacinto Valley Academy 34, Temecula Prep 32
Trona 48, Lee Vining 0
Victor Valley Christian 62, Desert Chapel 36
Wildomar Cornerstone Christian 54, Eastside Christian 34
Windward 27, Joshua Springs 0

INTERSECTIONAL
First Lutheran 36, Ivy Academia 0
San Diego Maranatha Christian 30, Calvary Baptist 0
West Shores 61, Warner Springs Warner 34

Friday, October 02, 2009

California High School Football Scores - Week 5

California High School Football Scores
Thursday, October 1, 2009


Aliso Niguel 41 Marina 8
Cypress 41 University 7
Edison 36 Mater Dei 29 (2OTs)
Garden Grove 41 Laguna Beach 6
Los Alamitos 28 La Habra 13
Saddleback 34 Century 21
San Juan Hills 48 Segerstrom 40
Troy 49 Diamond Bar 21
Tustin 52 Western 0

Nationally-ranked Edison Needs 2 OTs to Beat Mater Dei

by Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle

Edison has a bye week next week, and the Chargers will need it. For the second straight week, Edison has come-up big against a big opponent.

Proving last week's win over nationally-ranked Servite was no fluke, the Chargers took-down Orange County power Mater Dei 36-29. According to the Orange County Register, Edison quarterback Matt Viles was the main reason for the victory.

To watch video of this exciting game, check-out the OCVarsity.com.

Thursday, October 01, 2009

Orange County Showdown: Edison vs. Mater Dei

by Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle


One week after knocking-off nationally-ranked Servite, and entering USA Today Super 25 itself, Edison (4-0) squares-off with fellow Orange County power Mater Dei (3-1) tonight. LA Times reporter Eric Sondheimer takes a look at the match-up, plus a little more in his weekly notebook.

Friday, September 18, 2009

California High School Football Scoreboard - Week 3

California High School Football Scores
Friday, September 18, 2009


Los Angeles/Southern Section

Aliso Niguel 26 San Juan Hills 23
Calvary Chapel 33 La Quinta 19
Coronado 69 Laguna Beach 20
Fountain Valley 34 Temescal 10
Laguna Hills 33 Segerstrom 14
Loara 47 Los Amigos 14
Mater Dei 31 Centennial 13
Mission Viejo 45 Corona 14
Norwalk 32 Pacifica 14
Notre Dame 45 Woodland Hills Taft 27
Oaks Christian 28 Skyline (WA) 25
Orange Lutheran 46 Tustin 20
San Clemente 21 Trabuco Hills 3
Santa Margarita 34 Foothill 20
Servite 38 Crespi 28
University 22 Ocean View 0
Valencia 16 Western 6

California High School Football Scores
Thursday, September 17, 2009


Los Angeles/Southern Section

Edison 34 Dana Hills 17 LA Times game story

Sunday, September 13, 2009

California High School Football Scoreboard - Week 2

by Jeff Fisher
California High School Football Huddle


Moorpark proved Saturday night that a dual quarterback system can work. The Musketeers beat highly-respective Notre Dame Prep 27-14, and according to the LA Times both Brody Rohach and Brian Blechen played well in the win.



California High School Football Scores
Saturday, September 12, 2009


Los Angeles/South Section areas
Aquinas 20, Big Bear 17
Bosco Tech 35, Blair 6
Brethren Christian 30, Bloomington Christian 20
Chadwick 14, San Luis Obispo Mission Prep 13
Channel Islands 17, Malibu 0
Desert 14, Campbell Hall 13
Fairmont Prep 42, La Verne Lutheran 20
Granite Hills 45, Rubidoux 6
Huntington Park 29, Lincoln 21
Los Angeles Baptist 48, California Military Institute 8
Moorpark 27, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 14
Pasadena Poly 56, Sherman Indian 0
Sage Hill 20, Animo Leadership 0
Savanna 7, Loara 6
St. Genevieve 47, Flintridge Prep 13
Village Christian 49, Fillmore 42
Villanova Prep 29, Lancaster Desert Christian 12
Windward 51, Riverside Christian 6

8-Man

Animo Robinson 50, Discovery Prep 0
Avalon 56, Clovis Christian 34
Big Pine 50, Lee Vining 0
Calvary Baptist 36, Trinity Classical Academy 0
Camarillo Cornerstone Christian 47, Laguna Blanca 16
Cate 37, Trona 12
Faith Baptist 48, Joshua Springs 0
Mammoth 48, Immanuel Christian 24
Price 50, Liberty Christian 0
Riverdale Christian 39, North County Christian 14
Santa Clarita Christian 61, Christian Life Academy 28
Santa Maria Valley Christian 28, Monterey County Marina 28
Vaughn 52, CALS Early College 0

San Francisco area

Don Bosco Prep (NJ) 30 De La Salle 6

California High School Football Scores
Friday, September 11, 2009

San Diego area
Army-Navy 30 San Pasqual Academy 13
Capistrano Valley 30 St. Joseph 22
Horizon 28 Imperial 7
Louisville (CO) 35 Otay Ranch 14
Madison 34 Mt. Carmel 17
Mission Bay 38 Paloma Valley 15
Monte Vista 34 El Cajon Valley 13
Orange Glen 47 Crawford 6
St. Augustine 56 University City 0
Scripps Ranch 31 Sierra 6
Valley Center 27 La Jolla 7
Wildomar Cal Lutheran 48 Maranatha Christian 13

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Don Bosco Prep Shuts Down De La Salle in East Coast/West Coast Showdown

by Jeff Fisher
California High School Football Huddle


Don Bosco Prep (Ramsey, NJ) left no doubt in its battle with De La Salle. The Ironmen beat the Spartans for the second straight year 30-6 on Saturday night. The Star-Ledger has the game details.

Tuesday, September 08, 2009

Kirk Herbstreit Varsity Challenge - Dallas, TX



by Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle


A crowd of 30,000 turned-out to watch Euless Trinity beat Bingham from Utah 42-21 in the first-ever game in the new Cowboys Stadium. The game was the part of a quadruple-header for the Kirk Herbstreit Varsity Series. Check-out The Dallas Morning News for the game wrap-up, including video highlights.

Kirk Herbstreit Varsity Challenge Scores
Monday, September 7, 2009


Colleyville Heritage (TX) 28 Irving MacArthur (TX) 6 The Dallas Morning News game story
Euless Trinity (TX) 42 Bingham (UT) 21
Mansfield Timberview (TX) 30 Mansfield Summit (TX) 19 The Dallas Morning News game story
Notre Dame (CA) 37 Klein Oak 7 LA Times game story

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Kirk Herbstreit Varsity Series Scores - Columbus, OH


Ohio & California High School Football Scores
Sunday, August 30, 2009


Dublin Coffman (OH) 52 Olentangy Liberty (OH) 0
Pickerington Central (OH) 28 Orange Lutheran (CA) 14 OC Register game story

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Violence and Sports Are Mixing Too Much in South LA

by Jeff Fisher
California High School Football Huddle


Having spent a significant amount of time in south Los Angeles over the past year, I had to post this story, because something has to be done about gang violence.

Last weekend a star running back at Lakewood High School was arrested and charged in connection with a drive-by shooting in Compton. The Long Beach Press-Telegram is reporting that Jerry Stone faces multiple criminal counts from an incident that occured Friday night.

It's a shame that most of these stories just result in headlines; followed by coverage of the vigils that are held in the local communities where these acts of violence occured. However, that's usually where the story ends. The good news in the Stone story is, evidently no one was killed.

My question is...where is the community outrage over Los Angeles gang violence? And why doesn't someone step-up for our children, who are being murdered before they have a chance to get out of the dangerous inner city?

I'm not saying that no one cares...I'm just saying we all need to come together to figure-out what can be done. USC head coach Pete Carroll is trying to make a difference with his foundation called A Better LA, but there needs to be more focus put on prevention.

You can check-out a great 60 Minutes story on Carroll and what he's doing under the cover of darkness away from the X's and O's.

I applaud Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, who along with Police Chief William Bratton, announced on Tuesday that the city's gang-intervention program and other agencies would come together to focus on the southeast and southwest sides of the city, where a reported 30-killings occured in July and August.

However, this isn't just the city's responsibility...it's everyone's. Everyone that lives and works in south LA needs to take responsibility and let gangs know that they are no longer welcome in the communities.

Saturday, August 01, 2009

Texas Voted America's Top High School Football State; Cali Finishes Tied for Fifth

by Jeff Fisher
California High School Football Huddle


The Lone Star State received the first vote cast in The High School Football Huddle's Question of the Week "What is the Best State for High School Football", and Texas never looked back in claiming the top spot in our voters minds.

Texas captured 42% of the vote to easily outdistanced second place Florida, which received 25% of the votes. Finishing in third was Ohio with 13% of the votes cast...followed by Georgia 10%, California finished in a tie for fifth with 7% each.

Thanks to everyone for taking part in the vote. Look for our new Question of the Week on Monday.

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Notre Dame Prep & Orange Lutheran to Play in Kirk Herbstreit Varsity Series

by Jeff Fisher
California High School Football Huddle

The Dallas Cowboys new home will play host to a high school football quadruple-header on Monday, September 7th as part of the Kirk Herbstreit Varsity Series.

As I mentioned earlier in the week on The High School Football Huddle, the showcase game will pit 2007 Texas 5A Division I champ Euless Trinity against Utah power Bingham. Bingham, which lost in the state's 5A championship game in 2008, is led by junior running back Harvey Langi, who was third in the state in rushing last year with 1,371 yards rushing and 17 touchdowns. The Texas/Utah showdown will kick things off at noon with the game being broadcast nationally by ESPN.

The other interstate match-up is between Klein Oak (TX) taking-on Notre Dame Prep from Sherman Oaks, California. Notre Dame is led by one of the top junior quarterbacks in the country. Ryan Kasdorf (6-2, 205) was named the state's Gatorade Player of the Year after passing for nearly 3,300 yards and 36 touchdowns.

“Intersport is proud to team with Burger King, Fox Sports Net, and Kirk Herbstreit to once again bring you the best high school football in the nation,” said Intersport, Inc. Event Manager Joseph Salituro. “We look forward to having the new Cowboys Stadium as our host. We are excited for the players, coaches, and fans to experience this once in a lifetime opportunity. The four matchups that we have provided will be a great introduction of high school football to this wonderful facility.”

Here's the schedule for the day, plus the Ohio match-ups that were released earlier this year:

Texas Games at Cowboys Stadium
September 7, 2009


Noon - Euless Trinity (TX) vs. Bingham (UT)
2:30 P.M. - Klein Oak (TX) vs. Notre Dame Prep (CA)
5:00 P.M. - Colleyville Heritage (TX) vs. Irving MacArthur (TX)
7:30 P.M. - Mansfield Timberview (TX) vs. Mansfield Summit (TX)

Ohio Games at Ohio Stadium
August 29, 2009


Noon - Upper Arlington (OH) vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (FL)
3:30 P.M. - Hilliard Davidson (OH) vs. Westville South (OH)

August 30, 2009

Noon - Olentangy Liberty (OH) vs. Dublin Coffman (OH)
3:30 P.M. - Orange Lutheran (CA) vs. Pickerington Central (OH)

Tuesday, May 05, 2009

Former Dorsey High Head Coach Glenn Bell Passes Away

by Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle


Last year I had a chance to meet Dorsey High head coach Paul Knox, who has coached the Dons since 1985. I was at the legendary south LA school for a check presentation ceremony that kicked-off improving the practice facility at Dorsey, which isn't in great shape.

What I learned in the 30-minutes I spent with Coach Knox is that he's a no-nonsense guy that has seen a lot through the years!

Today, I read in the LA Times about the death of Knox's predecessor Glenn Bell, who passed away on Monday. It was interesting to learn about Bell, who, according to the report, put grades ahead of games.

Teaching in south LA is an under-appreciated job, and people like Coach Knox and Coach Bell need to be saluted for their dedication to the cause, no matter how bleak it looks at times!

Click here to read the LA Times story on Bell's death.

Thursday, April 23, 2009

A-11 Offense Shutdown

by Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle


It appears as though there won't be an appeal to the February decision by the National Federation of State High School Athletic Association to ban the use of the controversial A-11 offense, invented by Piedmont High School in 2007, that made every player an eligible receiver.

Earlier this week, the Contra Costa Times reported that the California Interscholastic Federation's Football Advisory Committee decided against moving forward with a pilot program to study the effects of the A-11. Click here to read the Contra Costa Times story.

Below is video from a story last year in the Chicago Tribune about Riverside-Brookfield's use of the wide-open offense.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

California Looking to Grow Playoffs

by Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle


The California Interscholastic Federation will vote on May 8th on whether to add an additional regional playoff round for the 2010 season.

The proposal would push-up the start of the season by own week, which means games would begin before the opening of the school year. In addition, the sections would have to end their playoffs by the first weekend in December.

Yesterday, according to a report in the LA Times, the Southern Section council voted against the proposal, which comes on the heels of the Los Angeles City Section voting for it. To read that story, click here.
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