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2013 CIF State Football Championship Bowl Games Program

Posted: 12/20/2013 8:24 AM

2013 CIF State Football Championship Bowl Games Program 


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Posted: 12/20/2013 9:40 AM

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Nadefan,

It's pretty awesome to see that the southern section has the best win - loss record in state bowl games than any other cif section in the state. Thanks for posting this. Congrats on a great season and good luck tomorrow!
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Posted: 12/20/2013 10:10 AM

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Not accurate ............

Bako has won the most state championships wink

Meow

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Posted: 12/20/2013 10:41 AM

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I wasn't talking about who won the MOST state championships. I was talking about what CIF section has the best win - loss record from all divisions in state bowl games. On page 50 of the 2013 state bowl game program it documents that the SS has won 12 total and the Central section has won 1. Now add in the 6 state championships that Bako won in the 1920's and that makes for a total of 7 state championships for the CS. Which is less than 12. Making my statement accurate.
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Posted: 12/20/2013 11:23 AM

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Should be good games.  Seems like every team listed many more players than their varsity rosters on MaxPreps has.  I'm guessing some teams are bringing extra players for experience?  Can't imagine many backups or JV players being involved in these games.
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Posted: 12/20/2013 11:28 AM

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Come on  ........... all look like good games except D2 which will be a blow out

Meow

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Posted: 12/20/2013 11:54 AM

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Beercat wrote: Come on  ........... all look like good games except D2 which will be a blow out

Thats what the all world Oaks team of 2006 thought when they played in the state game. They almoet blew that one.
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Posted: 12/20/2013 11:56 AM

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Have 2 agree.... DIV II appears to be the only one I can see a real runaway..... DIV I is a real heavy weight fight.... if any team can punch back with DLS its SJB. Is this one of DSL's better teams...? If not they will have their hands full this year. And in DIV III what appears like a tough school in Sacred Heart taking on a rising OC powerhouse with a 25 game winning streak, three straight CIF Southern Section Championships, and now a Regionl going for State in Corona del Mar. I believe SH has the players but do they have the numbers position to position for four quarters against a complete and deep Sea King squad. We shall see... GAME ON!
Hail Corona Hail...!
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Posted: 12/20/2013 5:15 PM

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X-Factrs: Enterprise-Chaminade state championship
X-Factrs: Enterprise-Chaminade state championship


GREG BARNETTE/RECORD SEARCHLIGHT

The Hornets are about to play a few guys who you can see on national TV the next few years.

Enterprise High football is in Carson, near Los Angeles, waiting to battle Chaminade of West Hills Saturday at 4 p.m. in the CIF State Division II championship game.

Chaminade, a private, Catholic school in the Southern Section, features quarterback Brad Kaaya, a 6-foot-4, 220-pound senior committed to the University of Miami (Fla.) That school has produced countless NFL stars, including quarterbacks Vinny Testaverde, Jim Kelly and Bernie Kosar.

Running back Donovan Lee, although a junior, is committed to the University of Colorado.

That said, Enterprise (13-0) is playing with house money, is still huge and agile on its offensive and defensive lines and fears nothing.

Here are a few X-Factors for Saturday's state championship showdown:

KEEPING KAAYA OFF-BALANCE
Enterprise coach Darren Trueblood said it right earlier this week.

If the Hornets don't throw some blitz in and put some pressure on Kaaya, he's going to sit back in the pocket and carve up the secondary.

Enterprise might just be bigger on the lines than Chaminade, and must get linebackers Nick Tomasin, John Boshell, Alex Talladino and Izzy Matthews past the line of scrimmage to make Kaaya uncomfortable.

Talladino and Matthews especially are deadly outside 'backers on blitz packages.

SAME SCRIPT, DIFFERENT DAY


Enterprise has gone 13-0 this year playing smash mouth football, running five rushing plays for every passing play, denying the run and terrorizing on defense and creating havoc with special teams.

That's why the Hornets must keep feeding Matthews (32 rushing touchdowns), playing with that same prowess on defense and keeping Chaminade wobbly on kickoffs with Sheldon Highfill's line-drive squib kicks.

STRIKE EARLY, PROTECT A LEAD


Enterprise would be best served to strike quickly, get an early lead and protect it with their boys in the trenches and Matthews running down the clock with four-yard gains.

This could mean quarterback Bobby Luken taking a shot downfield to one of the Hornets' speedy wide receivers: Izzy Perea, Justin Abney and Jordan Deppe. In the win over West Valley, we saw tight end Alex Talladino take a handoff and fire an 80-yard touchdown bomb to Deppe.

With nothing to lose, we'll see if Enterprise employs some trickeration against mighty Chaminade.

- See more at: http://blogs.redding.com/tlawrence/archives/2013/1 2/x-factrs-enterp.html#sthash.xCrY5rFJ.dpuf
GREG BARNETTE/RECORD SEARCHLIGHT

The Hornets are about to play a few guys who you can see on national TV the next few years.

Enterprise High football is in Carson, near Los Angeles, waiting to battle Chaminade of West Hills Saturday at 4 p.m. in the CIF State Division II championship game.

Chaminade, a private, Catholic school in the Southern Section, features quarterback Brad Kaaya, a 6-foot-4, 220-pound senior committed to the University of Miami (Fla.) That school has produced countless NFL stars, including quarterbacks Vinny Testaverde, Jim Kelly and Bernie Kosar.

Running back Donovan Lee, although a junior, is committed to the University of Colorado.

That said, Enterprise (13-0) is playing with house money, is still huge and agile on its offensive and defensive lines and fears nothing.

Here are a few X-Factors for Saturday's state championship showdown:

KEEPING KAAYA OFF-BALANCE
Enterprise coach Darren Trueblood said it right earlier this week.

If the Hornets don't throw some blitz in and put some pressure on Kaaya, he's going to sit back in the pocket and carve up the secondary.

Enterprise might just be bigger on the lines than Chaminade, and must get linebackers Nick Tomasin, John Boshell, Alex Talladino and Izzy Matthews past the line of scrimmage to make Kaaya uncomfortable.

Talladino and Matthews especially are deadly outside 'backers on blitz packages.

SAME SCRIPT, DIFFERENT DAY


Enterprise has gone 13-0 this year playing smash mouth football, running five rushing plays for every passing play, denying the run and terrorizing on defense and creating havoc with special teams.

That's why the Hornets must keep feeding Matthews (32 rushing touchdowns), playing with that same prowess on defense and keeping Chaminade wobbly on kickoffs with Sheldon Highfill's line-drive squib kicks.

STRIKE EARLY, PROTECT A LEAD


Enterprise would be best served to strike quickly, get an early lead and protect it with their boys in the trenches and Matthews running down the clock with four-yard gains.

This could mean quarterback Bobby Luken taking a shot downfield to one of the Hornets' speedy wide receivers: Izzy Perea, Justin Abney and Jordan Deppe. In the win over West Valley, we saw tight end Alex Talladino take a handoff and fire an 80-yard touchdown bomb to Deppe.

With nothing to lose, we'll see if Enterprise employs some trickeration against mighty Chaminade.

- See more at: http://blogs.redding.com/tlawrence/archives/2013/1 2/x-factrs-enterp.html#sthash.xCrY5rFJ.dpuf

Last edited 12/20/2013 5:19 PM by nadefanweek6

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Posted: 12/20/2013 5:18 PM

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What schools?
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Posted: 12/20/2013 6:59 PM

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We'll lets not forget that Marc Tyler was out in that game for oaks

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Beercat wrote: Come on  ........... all look like good games except D2 which will be a blow out

Thats what the all world Oaks team of 2006 thought when they played in the state game. They almoet blew that one.

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Posted: 12/21/2013 7:31 AM

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damn spammer... bringing posts back to page one....banghead
Hail Corona Hail...!
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Posted: 12/21/2013 10:51 AM

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