Tuesday, December 20, 2011

CIF State Football Champs 2006-2011

Open Division

2011 - De La Salle
2010 - De La Salle
2009 - De La Salle
2008 - Grant

Division I

2011 - Santa Margarita
2010 - Palo Alto
2009 - Oceanside
2008 - Centennial Corona
2007 - De La Salle
2006 - Canyon Country

Division II

2011 - Helix
2010 - Folsom
2009 - Servite
2008 - Cathedral Catholic
2007 - Oceanside
2006 - Orange Lutheran

Division III

2011 - Washington Union
2010 - Escalon
2009 - Junipero Serra
2008 - St. Bonaventure
2007 - St. Bonaventure
2006 - Oaks Christian

Division IV/Small Schools

2011 - Serra Canyon
2010 - Bishops School
2009 - Modesto Christian
2008 - St. Margaret's

Sunday, December 18, 2011

De La Salle Wins Third Straight State Football Championship

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

De La Salle's dominance of the California State Bowl Championships continued Saturday night with a 35-0 win over Westlake in the Open Division Championship game.

It was the Spartans third straight state title.  Head coach Bob Ladouceur has taken his school to six straight championship games, winning four, which is the most be any school in the current era of state championships.

The victory was the result of a well-rounded performance by the offense and the defense.

The defense pitched its fifth shutout of the season.  For the season, the Spartans only allowed 110 points with 30 of them coming in the team's only loss of the year (30-6) to St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida).

On offense, Wisconsin-bound quarterback Bart Houston rushed for two touchdowns and threw for one.  Houston finished his career with a record of 39-1 as a starter.

Westlake entered the game ranked #7 nationally by MaxPreps.com.

Before the game, I spoke with Westlake head coach Jim Benkert on the High School Football America radio show.  Click here to listen to that interview.

Santa Margarita Wins Division I Crown

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

Santa Margarita quarterback Johnny Stanton had a stellar game in the Division I state championship game against Bellarmine.

The junior QB passed for four touchdowns and scored the game winning touchdown on a one-yard dive with 16 seconds left in the game to lead the Eagles to a 42-37 win.

It was the school's first state football title and gave head coach Harry Welch his third state title since 2006, all with different schools.

Helix Wins CIF Division II Championship

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

Helix captured the school's first state football championship Saturday beating Del Oro 35-24 in the Division II title game.

The Highlanders (13-2) were led by quarterback Bobby Heatherington who finished 19-of-30 for 179 yards and one touchdown.

Washington Union Captures CIF D-3 Title

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

Washington Union beat Campolindo 21-16 Saturday to capture the CIF Division III championship.

Campolindo, which was picked to finish last in the Diablo Foothill Athletic Conference, actually out-gained the state champs in total offense (336-301) and had more first downs (19-13).

Senior QB Chris Cain led the Washington Union attack with two rushing touchdowns, plus he threw for one.  Donald Phelps rushed for 185 yards.

Compolindo held Notre Dame-bound Deontay Greenberry to just four catches for 57 yards and one TD.  Greenberry finished the season with 109 catches for 2,206 yards and 33 touchdowns.

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Third Year Program Wins CIF Division IV Title

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

Sierra Canyon is the 2011 CIF Division IV champs after a 34-13 win over Le Grand in the state title game.

Sierra Canyon, in just its third year of 11-man football, fell behind 13-7 in the second quarter, but then went on a 27-0 run to capture the school's first state title.

Le Grand, the Sac-Joaquin Valley Division V champ, suffered its first loss of the season.

Sierra Canyon is now 35-5 in three years of 11-man competition.

Tuesday, December 06, 2011

California High School Football Scores - Playoffs/Sectional Championships

by Jeff Fisher
California High School Football Huddle

After seven straight San Diego Section Division II titles Oceanside's streak is over.

Helix, a team that lost four times to the Pirates during the streak, beat them 44-6 on Monday to capture the title, plus a possible berth in the State Bowl Championships that will be announced this Sunday.

The Highlanders raced-out to a 24-0 halftime lead and never looked back.  Michael Adkins sealed the deal in the third quarter with touchdown runs of 25 and 61 yards.  Adkins finished with 137 yards on only 9 carries.

After an season opening loss to Eastlake, Helix has now ripped-off 12 straight wins.

California High School Football Scores
Monday, December 5, 2011

Playoffs
Championships

San Diego Section

Division I Championship
Poway 56 Vista 0

Division II Championship
Helix 44 Oceanside 6

Division III Championship
Cathedral Catholic 41 Olympian 0
*5th straight title

Division IV Championship
Valley Center 20 Santana 14

Sunday, December 04, 2011

California High School Football Scores - Playoffs/Sectional Semifinals & Championships

by Jeff Fisher
California High School Football Huddle


Folsom quarterback Tanner Trosin's career came to an end Saturday in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II championship game, but not before becoming the state's best all-time passer and all-purpose player.

Trosin became the first quarterback in state history to top the 5,000 yard passing mark in a single-season with 407 yards in the Bulldogs 39-35 loss to Vacaville.  Trosin ended the season with 5,185 yards passing.  He also rushed for 101 yards on Saturday to become the state's single-season leader in all-purpose yards with 6,349 yards this season.  The senior also ended this year with 69 touchdowns; 49 passing and 20 rushing.

Vacaville improved to 13-1 and now has to sit back and wait for next Sunday when the state's ten section commissioners will be on the state bowl teams.  Folsom finishes 8-3 this season.

California High School Football Scores
Saturday, December 3, 2011

Playoffs
Sectional Semifinals

North Coast Section

Division I
San Ramon Valley 37 Monte Vista 21

Division II
Concord 24 Rancho Cotate 14

Division III
Marin Catholic 41Encinal 6

Division IV
Salesian 35 Healdsburg 6
Ferndale 27 Fortuna 17

Division V Championship
Hoopa Valley 27 Tomales 8

Sac-Joaquin Section

Division I Championship
Granite Bay 30 Pleasant Grove 24

Division II Championship
Vacaville 39 Folsom 35

Division V Championship
Le Grand 58 Highland 20

Division VI Championship
Bradshaw Christian 62 Foresthill 6

Saturday, December 03, 2011

California High School Football Scores - Playoffs/Sectional Semifinals

California High School Football Scores
Friday, December 2, 2011

Playoffs
Sectional Semifinals

Central Section

Division I
Bakersfield 31 Clovis 14
Bullard 40 Edison 28

Division II
Garces 21 Tehachapi 13
Clovis North 35 San Joaquin Memorial 20

Division III
Kingsburg 34 Dinuba 10
Ridgeview 42 Madera South 21

Division IV
Washington Union 35 Coalinga 20
Wasco 35 Mission Oak 13

Division V Championship
Fowler 21 Liberty 17

Division VI Champioship
Mendota 41 Farmersville 33

Central Coast Section

Open Division Championship 
Bellarmine 41 Palo Alto 13

Los Angeles City Section 

Division I
Carson 24, San Pedro 19
Narbonne 41, Dorsey 7

Division II
South East 42, Canoga Park 20
Los Angeles Marshall 37, Granada Hills 34

North Coast Section

Division I
De La Salle 48 Pittsburg 0

Division II
Windsor 35 Dublin 0

Division III
Campolido 35 Cardinal Newman 24

Sac-Joaquin Section

Division III Championship
Del Oro 21 Oakdale 7

Division IV Championship
Escalon 20 Hilmar 17

San Diego Section

Division V
Santa Fe Christian 42 Bishop 6
Christian 63 Francis Parker 42

Southern Section

PAC-5 I
San Clemente 51, Tesoro 16
Santa Margarita 21, Mission Viejo 20

Inland II
Corona Centennial 41, Rancho Cucamonga 21
Vista Murrieta 39, Upland 18

Northern III
Westlake 62, Thousand Oaks 0
Oaks Christian 27, St. Bonaventure 24

Western IV
Culver City 37, Santa Monica 0
Arroyo Grande 45, Chaminade 36

Central V
Rancho Verde 42, Colony 14
Palm Springs 17, Carter 7

Southwest VI
Tustin 21, Foothill 20
El Toro 47, La Habra 41

Southeast VII
West Covina 63, La Mirada 34
La Serna 28, Muir 3

Eastern VIII
Summit 35, Serrano 0
Heritage 20, Citrus Hill 17

Southern IX
Beckman 57, Estancia 21
Corona del Mar 41, Laguna Beach 14

Northwest X
Lompoc 56, Torrance 21

Midway XI
Monrovia 41, Covina 27

East Valley XII
Sierra Canyon 42, Bishop Diego 16
Paraclete 45, Rim of the World 17

Northeast XIII
Lancaster Desert Christian 33, Salesian 22
Rio Hondo Prep 27, Boron 8

8-Man
Division II Championship
Joshua Springs 56, Cuyama Valley 12

Friday, December 02, 2011

California High School Football Scores - Playoffs/Semifinals

California High School Football Scores
Thursday, December 1, 2011

San Diego Section 

Division I
Poway 51 San Pasqual 28
Vista 23 Eastlake 21

Division II
Helix 21 Mission Hills 0
Oceanside  27 La Costa Canyon 7

Division III
Cathedral Catholic 24 Point Loma 0
Olympian 40 Mar Vista 8

Division IV
Valley Center 23 Madison 21
Santana 38 Coronado 26
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