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State Stat Stars of the Week

April 26, 2013


There weren’t really any record book entries we could find, but a bunch of stat standouts as we head towards the home stretch of the baseball and softball season. These weekly highlights support growth of the Cal-Hi Sports State Record Book & Almanac. 

All-State Boys BB Nominees (Part 2)

April 17, 2013


This is a new, updated list of players who are nominees for the 2013 all-state basketball teams. The 34th annual Cal-Hi Sports all-state teams for boys basketball will be announced soon so please send in any last-second comments, nominations by the end of the upcoming weekend.

Mike Haupt: State Coach of the Year

April 12, 2013


St. Augustine of San Diego boys hoops coach is first in 10 years and San Diego County’s third since 1969 to earn the honor from Cal-Hi Sports. Four other coaches honored in each CIF division.

Malik McCord: State Coach of the Year

April 10, 2013


A solid group of young coaches led by Bishop O’Dowd’s Malik McCord are honored this year, including a rare first-year head coach, two with four years experience, one with five, and the veteran of the group with seven.

Mr. Basketball 2013: Aaron Gordon

April 8, 2013


State’s top honor goes to Archbishop Mitty of San Jose standout for the second consecutive year by a whisker over Mater Dei’s Stanley Johnson. Gordon is only the sixth two-time winner since 1956.

More State Boys BB Players of the Year

April 8, 2013


We choose honorees for juniors, sophomores and freshmen and for each CIF division. The toughest picks were for Division V and freshmen. Check back later this week for the Cal-Hi Sports state coaches of the year.

McDonald’s 2013: Gordon Shines, Girls Quartet Contributes

April 3, 2013


Mitty’s Aaron Gordon caps a spectacular week by winning MVP honors at the 2013 McDonald’s All-American Game in Chicago. In the girls game, California quartet contributes 19 points and 22 rebounds to West’s victory.  

Bay Area Represents at McDonald’s

April 3, 2013


The San Francisco Bay Area has produced just as many, and perhaps more, NBA standouts than the SoCal basin. When it comes to McDonald’s All-Americans, however, the Bay Area lags behind. Winning high school and AAU programs and new media is changing that trend and this year the Bay Area has three highly-regarded players in […]