The CIF-SS football rankings for Week 1 were released Monday.
PAC-5 DIVISION1. Centennial/Corona (Big VIII) 2. St. John Bosco (Trinity) 3. Santa Margarita (Trinity) 4. Mater Dei (Trinity) 5. Bishop Amat (Mission) 6. LB Poly (Moo
BAKERSFIELD – What a difference a year makes.
Facing one of two teams that beat it in a championship 2014 season, Mission Viejo thumped Liberty of Bakersfield 27-14 in a nonleague game Saturday night.
Brock Johnson threw two touchdown passes and Isaiah Miller ran for two touchdowns as the Diablos (2-0) jumped
MISSION VIEJO – Capistrano Valley Christian took advantage early of Tri-City Christian of Vista’s trick-play miscues in a 37-12 nonleague victory at Capistrano Valley High on Saturday.
Things didn’t start out in CVC’s favor as Tri-City’s first two drives were lengthy, but Tri-City was held to only one touchd
LYNWOOD – Century senior Juan Agustin didn’t put up the biggest numbers Saturday night, but his two early touchdowns set the tone in the Centurions’ 35-6 victory over Firebaugh in a nonleague season opener.
Agustin sprinted in from 19 yards out with 5:28 to play in the first quarter for a 7-0 lead. His 40-yard TD
Scores from Saturday's high school football games:
Mission Viejo 27, Liberty of Bakersfield 14
Capistrano Valley Christian 37, Triy-City Christian 12
Century 35, Firebaugh 6
Big Bear 33, Excelsior 6
California 28, Gahr 0
Santa Clarita Christian 54, Blair 0
California City 14, Desert
SANTA ANA – Defense is overrated.
Otherwise, how could the worst defensive basketball player in the history of his hometown get into his hometown’s hall of fame?
The Santa Ana Public Schools Complex opened Friday. The project includes a football stadium, baseball fields, batting cages and soccer fields.
LAS FLORES – The consensus from both sidelines pregame suggested Tesoro quarterback Devon Modster was going to be the best player on the field Friday night.
The Arizona-bound signal caller didn’t disappoint in the opener, but he did get legitimate competition from teammate Chris Evagues for the game’s MVP.
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO – San Juan Hills coach Aaron Flowers said before Friday’s game against No. 9 San Clemente that he wanted his team to rely on good vision, especially on the defensive end.
The Stallions saw more than a few opportunities and took advantage early, leading to a 34-20 nonleague win over the Tritons at Sa
LAKE FOREST – The talented exploits of La Habra quarterback Eric Barriere were on full display Friday night.
The 2014 Freeway League most valuable player ran around and threw over a youthful Chargers team in lea
CERRITOS – If Friday night’s season opener was any indication of how Servite plans to move the ball under new coach Scott Meyer, future opponents might need to invest in some track shoes. Tyler Lytle threw for 424 yards and two touchdowns and Aaron Simpson caught six passes for 235 yards and both scores as
FULLERTON – Fullerton scored three unanswered fourth-quarter touchdowns for a 32-20 season-opening, come-from-behind victory in a non-league game vs. Kennedy on Friday at Fullerton District Stadium.
Fullerton quarterback Jordan Lawton completed nine of 16 passes for 244 yards and a touchdown and rushed 14 times for 66 yards
COSTA MESA – Chase Garbers and Corona del Mar’s offense has what one would call a good short game in golf.
The junior quarterback completed 32 of 41 passes for 265 yards and two touchdowns as the Sea Kings opened the 2015 season with a 21-7 nonleague win over PalosVerdes in Jim Scott Stadium at Estancia High.