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From Backyard Games to Big Leagues: How to Get Scouted in Football
Every young football player dreams of one day making it to the big leagues. It’s easy to imagine the roar of the crowd in hopes that the thrill of the game at an elite level becomes a reality. But how does an ambitious footballer go from playing casual backyard... Read more
South New Jersey MYAA To Hold Youth Championship Football Camp
Youth athletes in South New Jersey will have the opportunity to work on skills, learn how to work as part of a team, and get comfortable with being on the field in preparation for the upcoming football season. The Medford Youth Athletic Association (MYAA) announced registration is now open... Read more
USM Defensive Back Senior Football Player MJ Daniels Killed Off-Campus
The University of Southern Mississippi is mourning the loss of the Golden Eagles defensive cornerback Marcus “MJ” Daniels. Daniels was fatally shot Tuesday night off-campus. It’s reported that the incident occurred at the Ivy Row apartment complex in Hattiesburg. Daniels was found inside his parked vehicle outside the apartments... Read more
NFL’s Arik Armstead and Pro Dancer Allison Holker Team Up With Yoga Giant For Mental Health

To help encourage mental health, NFL defensive lineman Arik Armstead and professional dancer Allison Holker have teamed up with CorePower Yoga as ambarssadors in a new campaign.

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Mark Tennis: CIF, Sections, Districts Face Tough Decisions In Turbulent Times
In A Notes-Style Column, Cal-Hi Sports’ Editor Writes On The CIF Facing Tough Calls On Fall Sports, And Looks At Black Lives Matter Protests Through A California HS Sports Lens • High school sports can seem insignificant during turbulent times, but it does play a role in the many... Read more
JP MURPHY San Ramon Valley Football, SportStar of the Week
San Ramon Valley JP Murphy  Honored as SportStar of the Week! It was the night after Halloween, but JP Murphy was still plenty scary in his relentless pursuit of the quarterback. Murphy terrorized Monte Vista’s Jack Stewardson by sacking him four times in a thrilling 17-16 double-overtime victory over... Read more
Early Exams: Several Football Teams Face Big Week 4 Tests
In a few of the top Bay Area football leagues, crunch time comes early this season. There never seems to be an easy week in the Central Coast Section’s West Catholic Athletic League, but that’s especially true for it’s opening week on Sept. 22-23. The WCAL features four teams... Read more
   There’s an adage I’ve heard from time to time that claims “Cut Day is harder on the coach than it is the player.”     As a high school athlete who had to make the walk through the locker room before school and glance at the list on the... Read more
FINAL NorCal Football Top 20
  AFTER VIEWING THESE RANKS, BE SURE TO CHECK OUT CAL-HI SPORTS FOR ITS FINAL STATE TOP 10.   Records are FINAL 1. (1)  De La Salle-Concord   11-2  COMMENT: Spartans will always own this spot until losing to a NorCal opponent 2. (2)  St. Mary’s-Stockton   14-2  COMMENT: Rams proved... Read more
NCS Open Div. Preview
By CHACE BRYSON Victor Galli’s enthusiasm practically radiated through the phone as he spoke from his office on the morning of Nov. 10. “We’re recharged,” the Pittsburg High football coach said of his team’s preparation to face Freedom-Oakley in what will be the second ever North Coast Section Open... Read more
Golden Road
Story by DAMIN ESPER | Photos by NORBERT VON DER GROEBEN The final 30 seconds were running off of the clock at San Jose City College. Del Oro High School’s offense was lining up in the “victory” formation for one final kneel down by quarterback Stone Smartt. Mason Hurst,... Read more
Snap, Tackle & Pop!
By JAMES G. KANE Senior Jalen McKenzie stands out among his teammates and most of the high school players with whom he shares a field. Whether it’s his 6 foot-7, 280-pound frame, or his ability to dominate opposing defensive lineman, No. 55 jumps out almost immediately. To say nothing... Read more