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The Woodside Priory varsity football team has a home non-conference game vs. Cornerstone Christian (Antioch, CA) on Friday, August 25 @ 3p.
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As usual, the Golden State sent players all over the nation, and lots of quality ones. Read Article Get Notified
Harris, Hurst, Rivers, Landman lead the best of the best from Northern California high school football programs. Read Article Get Notified
Hail Marys plus multiple laterals equal some of the wildest finishes you will ever see. Read Article Get Notified
We're still not sure what to think after seeing these wild plays. Read Article Get Notified
Good defense or lack of offense? These 10 games kept the score low, but still provided some exciting moments. Read Article Get Notified
De La Salle is in its 11th consecutive CIF State Bowl game and Del Oro seeks a state repeat. Read Article Get Notified
Top-ranked De La Salle with bye as full slate of NorCal regional games will determine state finalists. Read Article Get Notified
One team and its marching band thought they had won, but not so, as seen in one of the wildest plays of November. Read Article Get Notified
The computers have spoken. Will the players on the field prove them wrong? Read Article Get Notified
St. John Bosco and De La Salle selected to play in the State Open Championship while other 48 teams will go through regionals. Read Article Get Notified
Some sections have crowned champions and others will this week, including the first Central Coast Section Open Division. Read Article Get Notified
Playoffs shake up Top 25 as teams drop and new teams enter. Read Article Get Notified
Washington, Boise State and Colorado are among the top out-of-state teams with the most California-bred talent. Read Article Get Notified
After 28 consecutive losing seasons, Eagles of Richmond, Calif., beat long odds, violent history and powerhouse foes. Read Article Get Notified
74 percent of Pennsylvania players are on college teams in their hometown state, while just 27 percent of Florida players can say the same. Read Article Get Notified
Intriguing playoff matchups could shake up NorCal top 25. Read Article Get Notified
Wasco moves on in Central Section playoffs thanks to Thursday's heroics against Kerman. Read Article Get Notified
The North Coast Section introduces the Open Division playoffs for the first time, meaning the best of the best. Will this be the year De La Salle goes down? Read Article Get Notified
The Central Coast Section has announced its high school football playoff brackets. Read Article Get Notified