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California Interscholastic Federation

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Top California Interscholastic Federation Articles

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  • Football: Sage Hill vs. Calvary Chapel

    When/where: Friday 7 p.m., at Sage Hill Key Lightning: Sr. QB-CB CJ McCord (1,504 passing yards, 13 TD passes in 2013); Sr. RB-S Beau Roth (1,144 rushing yards, eight TDs); Jr. S-WR Vince Wetmore; Sr. OL-DL Aaron Kim. Key Eagles: Sr. WR Joey Cox (965...
  • Football: Corona del Mar vs. Carlsbad La Costa Canyon

    When/where: Friday, 5 p.m. at San Diego Cathedral Catholic Key Sea Kings: Sr. RB Cole Martin; Sr. DE Parker Chase; Sr. WR Bo St. Geme; Sr. MLB Hoyt Crance Key Mavericks: OL Sr. Elijah Wofford; OL Sr. Bruce Schram; RB Jr. Cade Jackson; Sr. OL Ryan Becker...
  • Glendale Community College cross-country confident it can continue success

    Glendale Community College cross-country confident it can continue success
    It will be on Saturday morning when the Glendale Community College cross-country program, arguably the most successful sports program in the school, returns to competition in an event named after one of the more storied runners to have been associated...
  • Before high school football season starts, story lines shape up

    Before high school football season starts, story lines shape up
    Get ready for four months of nonstop high school football culminating with the CIF state championship bowl games Dec. 19 and 20 at StubHub in Carson. Here are some potential story lines to follow: Which first-year coach will come out looking like a...
  • Flintridge Prep, La Cañada gearing up for season openers

    Flintridge Prep, La Cañada gearing up for season openers
    The following are previews of the area's upcoming high school football games this week. Flintridge Prep spent plenty of time on the road last season, making trips to Las Vegas, Kern County and the top of the Grapevine, among other locations. Flintridge...
  • Football: Curtain rises on a new season

    Football: Curtain rises on a new season
    Having gone through two-a-days and preseason camp over the past two weeks, it's now time for four local prep football teams to make their debut this week when the 2014 high school season goes into high gear. Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, Marina and...
  • Girls' Volleyball: Carrying on a winning tradition

    Girls' Volleyball: Carrying on a winning tradition
    The first year under the watch of Raul Papaleo turned out to be another successful season for the Laguna Beach High girls' volleyball program. A league championship, another trip to the CIF Southern Section playoffs, is what the Breakers earned in 2013....
  • Girls' Golf: Breakers have solid nucleus

    Coming off one of the most successful seasons in program history, the Laguna Beach High girls' golf team looks to continue on an upward swing during its 2014 campaign. The Breakers return three starters and four varsity players from a unit that last year...
  • Football: Chaminade's Bar Milo commits to Miami

    At the conclusion of Wednesday's football practice at West Hills Chaminade, 6-foot-6, 280-pound offensive tackle Bar Milo gathered his teammates around and announced his college choice. He's going to be joining the player he protected last season,...
  • High School Football: Sailors prepared for challenge

    High School Football: Sailors prepared for challenge
    It seems silly, in a way, to discuss the Newport Harbor High football team's new CIF Southern Section playoff division before the season even begins. The Sailors spent two seasons in the Southwest Division, advancing to the quarterfinals in 2012 and the...
  • Girls' Tennis Preview: La Cañada High girls' tennis hopes talent will lead to title

    Girls' Tennis Preview:  La Cañada High girls' tennis hopes talent will lead to title
    It has become an interesting dynamic for the La Cañada High girls’ tennis team in Rio Hondo League competition. The question usually arises this time of year pertaining to whether the Spartans can knock off perennial powerhouse San Marino, which...