Last Updated: April 3, 2017
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Wildcat All CIF

Diante Aiken  2011, 2012

ALAN VANDER MAAS 2012

Bryan Anderson 1981
Gary Baker 1984
Keith Brown 1995
Chris Brusaw 1989
Marcus Buckles 2005
Vincent Bullion 1996
Andrew Collins 2006
Richard Crowley 1987
Jared Demoss 2007
CHRIS DINKINS 2007 **
RYAN FESSLER 1993 **
Anthony Hall 2007
Brett Hanes 1978
Robby Horvath 1984, 1985
Layton Mathews 2003
Jerry Moscato 2003
VILI MORTON 1999, 2000 ** - 1999 CIF CHAMPION, 2000 CIF CHAMPION
ELVIS PERCY 2009 **
Albert Perez 1987
Chad Rehbein 1990, 1991, 1992
Kerry Robbert 1986
ROB ROGGEVEEN 1991 **
Jim Ross 1978, 1979
Claus Sommer 1992
Kealoha Stokes 1991, 1992
Scott Wakefield 1981
DAVID WEEMS 1997 **
Kelly Wood 2000, 2001
David Yost 1991

** THROWERS IN ALL CAPS

Lady Wildcat All CIF

TALA BARBER 1999, 2000 ** - 2000 CHAMPION
Tracy Campese 2001
Loretta Carlson 1987
Karen Bloecker 1984, 1985
Danielle Greenide 1987, 1988
Jericho Hodges 2001
Candice Holivay 1991
DANIELLE LAMPKIN 2002, 2003, 2004 ** - 2004 CHAMPION
MICHELLE MINATREU 1989 **
RONDA MORTON 1994, 1995, 1996 ** - 1995 CHAMPION
Barbara Robbins 1985
Dana Smith 1977, 1978 - 1978 CHAMPION
Kiela Snider 1986
Tiffany Strawn 1984
JOANNA TILI 1988 **
HAPPY TIMO 1989, 1990 ** - 1990 CHAMPION
BARBARA TIMO 1990, 1991, 1993 **
Barbara Waters 1978
Val Willis 1981


** THROWERS IN ALL CAPS

Road to C.I.F.

29 Palms High School is a member of the De Anza League.

Towards the end of the season our qualifying varsity athletes will compete at our league championships to see who will attend CIF Prelims. Prior to last season (2006-2007) TPHS competed IN THE LARGEST LEAGUE in the CIF Southern Section. The Southern Section is the largest CIF section in the state with over 500 member schools.

It was a 10 team league consisting of only TWO peer divisional (CIF Division IV) schools (Big Bear and Notre Dame Riverside). The De Anza "super" league was a 10 team behemoth consisting primarily of division 3 schools with a few division 2 schools. Former members included Vista Del Lago (Moreno Valley), San Jacinto, and Great Oak (Temecula). The league champions were determined on an invitational style format as opposed to the dual system we currently use.


Former De Anza League Members (by enrollment):
Great Oak (3125) I
Cathedral City (2851) I
Serrano (2790) I
Vista Del Lago (2530) II
San Jacinto (2291) II
Beaumont (2140) II
Banning (1191) III
Notre Dame Riverside (589) IV
Silver Valley (544) IV
Aquinas (370) IV
Lucern Valley n/a T&F


Now, the DAL consists of 5 schools.
29 Palms (935) IV
Big Bear (927) IV
Desert Hot Springs (1975) III
Desert Mirage (1787) III
Yucca Valley (1649) III

CIF-SS Prelims is a divisional event, among peer schools (enrollment). The top 9 marks from this event advance to compete in Southern Section CIF Finals.

CIF-SS Finals is like FOUR MEETS in one. All four divisions (I, II, III, IV) meet here and decide their All-CIF members as well as their TEAM championships. This is one of the GREATEST MEETS NATIONWIDE! The top 9 overall marks (from all 4 divisions) advances to the "masters" meet.

CIF Southern Section Masters is where the state qualifers are determined. Typically the top 6 go, however there are standards to attend the state meet.

The CIF-STATE meet is divided up into two days. Friday is the prelims, where Saturday is the finals. Saturday determines the individual and team state champions.

SS - refers to southern section

For more information on CIF and the "road to state" head to the California Dye Stat site or the CIF Southern Section website.