Category Archives: High School Sports

Mid Valley Scoreboard: CIF Finals Edition

CIF Finals scores from around the Mid Valley area

Sierra Canyon At The Top…Again

(West Hills) On a cold night on the west side, the Sierra Canyon Trailblazers paid a visit to the Chaminade Eagles Friday night in the CIF Division II Finals and physically domintated their hosts to the tune of 35-7 and were crowned the DII Champs.

Sweet Victory for Aquinas

Gene Valdez threw two touchdown passes for St. Paul but it wasn’t enough. By Alex Gonzalez (Santa Fe Springs) —Aquinas tailback Terayon Sweet led his team to the CIF-SS Division 5 title Friday night when he scored three touchdowns in the Falcons 21-16 win over St. Paul.

Policky Says Adios at Arcadia

By Tim Peterson (Arcadia) – Andrew Policky has stepped down as the head football coach at Arcadia he confirmed Wednesday. The Apaches best year under Policky was in 2018 when they won the Pacific League and went 11-3 overall advancing all the way to the CIF Division 8 Finals before losing to Kaiser 38-35. This […]

Game Night: CIF Finals

All kickoffs are at 7:00 p.m. unless otherwise indicated.

CIF Football Playoff Pairings: Finals

CIF Football Playoff Pairings: Finals

It’s Official: El Monte CIF Champs

By Tim Peterson (El Monte)-After a complete review of the Adelanto-Orange Vista brawl Friday night CIF has declared the game a double forfeit and confirmed that El Monte, by virtue of its 22-15 win over Jurupa Hills, is the Division 12 Champion.

El Monte-Adelanto Update

By Tim Peterson (El Monte) – El Monte, which beat Jurupa Hills 22-15 Friday night in the Division 12 semi finals, is still waiting on CIF’s decision on their status for the championship game.

Moors Finish 12-1 after Semifinal Loss to Ramona

By Ron Vrooman LATE POST (Riverside) – The Ramona Rams defeated the Alhambra Moors, 28-24, in a CIF Division 13 semifinal game played at Ramona High last Friday night.

Mid Valley Scoreboard: Semi-Finals Edition

High school football playoff semi-final scores from around the Mid Valley area.