2014 Passing Down NorCal 7v7 Regional Tournament Official Mixtape - Watch some of the top talent from Northern California and beyond compete in Livermore. Top recruits included Isaiah Langley & Kyle Kearns (Foothill) and Collin Johnson & Morian Walker Jr. (Valley Christian).
The pursuit of a scholarship for student athletes is a full-time endeavor. The 7on7 football circuit affords skill position players the opportunity to hone their skills against elite competition. Created in 2007 by Elbert Lee and Cameron Worrell, Passing Down provides aspiring college level athletes the forum for improvement and exposure.
The top high school football players in Northern California will be competing in the Passing Down NorCal Elite 7on7 Regional Sunday in Livermore. There will be 14 teams loaded with D1Bound talent in attendance.
Southern California has the spotlight for National Signing Day coverage in 2014, and rightfully so. A few of the nation's top recruits who have yet to announce their decisions hail from Socal. Adoree' Jackson, Damien Mama & JuJu Smith will shock the world today.
Other notable recruits from California include Joe Mixon, who is slated to announce his commitment to Oklahoma, along with UCLA future signees Jaleel Wadood, Adarius Pickett and Jordan Lasley.
Several outstanding student athletes were honored Saturday night at the MLK Unsung Heroes Awards Ceremony at the Redeemer Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles. The annual event was presented by the Inner CIty Youth Foundation and featured musical performances by the LA Inner City Mass Choir and a call to action from guest speaker Congresswoman Maxine Waters.
The 2nd Annual Unsung Heroes Awards Ceremony will be held Saturday night in LA at Redeemer Missionary Baptist Church. The event celebrates the top student athletes in the area that excelled on the field, in the classroom and within the community.
Now that the high school football season is in the books, aspiring college level athletes have the opportunity to hone their skills outside the school setting. No position requires more dedication, training and development than quarterback.
Many of the top local quarterbacks and gun-slingers representing 20 states will receive expert tutelage at quarterback guru Steve Clarkson's 2014 Field General Quarterback Camp this weekend. 90 of the most talented young arms in the nation will get to measure their skills against premier competition at this sold-out event.
Watch this exclusive highlight video featuring the St. John Bosco Braves vs Corona Centennial. Bosco won 70-49- to advance to the CIF State Open Division HS Football Championship at the Stub Hub Center on Saturday December 21st.
The Chaminade Eagles defeated the Hart Indians 28-10 to capture the CIFSS Division II Regional Championship Saturday night at College of the Canyons to advance to the Div. II State Bowl game next week.
The Eagles defense, anchored by seniors Jojo McIntosh and Rick Gamboa, bottled up the Indians offense for much of the night. Junior defensive end Joel Loth was a monster off the edge tonight, wreaking havoc in the Hart backfield and tallying four sacks.
The Salesian Mustangs captured the CIFSS Northeast Division Championship with a dominating 34-0 victory over the Mission Prep Royals of San Luis Obispo Saturday night in front of a rocking sold-out crowd at Bishop Mora Salesian High School.
The Salesian defense set the tone early, forcing interceptions on the Royals first two possessions. After marching deep into Mission Prep territory, the Mustangs fumbled the ball away which led to a scoreless opening quarter.