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BIG?PLAY MAN

September 2, 2014

 

Senior quarterback Jalen Roman (11) will lead an improved Jaguar’s squad, as the team kicks off the 2014 campaign this Friday against visiting Granada.

Jaguars football season returns

September 2, 2014

by Greg Clementi Sports Editor 

Windsor kicks off season on Friday vs. Granada

The varsity football Jaguars figure to field a blend of talent and experience this fall, as they look to battle for the upper echelon in the rough and tumble North Bay League.

Windsor is in the final stages of preparation for the season opener in the friendly confines this Friday, Aug. 29 against visiting Granada, as the JV and varsity kickoff off at 5 and 7:30 p.m.

The Jaguars have their sights set firmly on a return to the post-season, after finishing the 2013 NBL campaign tied for fifth place at 3-4. Windsor scored a win over Rancho Cotate in the NCS opener before finishing the year at an even 6-6.

The team figures to benefit greatly from a season of growth with 23 juniors and 15 seniors on this year’s roster, a team that is battle-tested and ready to take the next step toward football prominence.

The list of key returnees starts with senior quarterback Jalen Roman, a proven playmaker who moves over from the wide-receiver spot of a year ago. With the ability to burn the opposition with both his arm and legs, Roman should keep defenses guessing as he directs a balanced offensive attack.

Other key returnees on offense are bruising fullbacks Dmitri Acken and Anthony Spallino, and running backs Hunter Hanson and Bradley Clark. Wide receivers include Evan Legaspi, Anthony Rea, Jared Evans and Lance Langhals, and tight end Mitchell Bruning.

The Jaguars will feature one of the best weapons in the league with returning kicker Gedi Tavares.

Defensively, Windsor will boast an outstanding linebacking corps that includes run-stopping juniors Mitchell Bruning and Sam Fletcher, and seniors Anthony Spallino, and Bradley Clark. The defensive backfield will be led by Legaspi, Rea, Langhals and Roman. Tackle Dmitri Acken will anchor the D-Line.

The Jags will need to negotiate a tough league schedule, with perennial powers Casa Grande, Rancho Cotate and Cardinal Newman expected to be the top dogs in the chase for the NBL crown.  

2014 WHS football schedule

Aug. 29 — Granada (5/7:30 p.m.)

Sept. 5 —  @ Benicia (5/7:30 p.m.)

Sept. 12 — @ Miramonte (5/7:30 p.m.)

Sept. 19 — Bye

Sept. 26 — Ukiah (5/7:30 p.m.)

Oct. 3 — Casa Grande (5/7:30 p.m.)

Oct. 10 — @ Montgomery (5/7:30 p.m.)

Oct. 17 — @ Santa Rosa (5/7:30 p.m.)

Oct. 24 — Rancho Cotate (5/7:30 p.m.)

Oct. 31 — Maria Carrillo (5/7:30 p.m.)

Nov. 7 — @ Cardinal Newman (5/7:30 p.m.)

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California Top 75 (2009)

De La Salle’s State Team of the Year streak now extends to four years too

With new regional bowl format, suspense for this selection has become obsolete. Still, we’ll continue to make it official since our list of honorees extends back to 1891.

By Mark Tennis
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In three of the first four years of the CIF state bowl games, it most certainly was not automatic which winning team was going to be chosen the following week as the overall Cal-Hi Sports State Team of the Year.

In 2006, it was Oaks Christian of Westlake Village edging Lutheran of Orange. Then in 2008 it was Centennial of Corona being tabbed just barely in front of Grant of Sacramento, followed by 2009 when De La Salle of Concord got the nod instead of Servite of Anaheim.

After the Spartans won CIF Open Division titles in 2010 and 2011 in romps of 48-8 and 35-0, however, there was no debate. And even if their 48-28 win last Saturday over Centennial in this year’s CIF Open Division bowl game had been closer, there would have been no debate, either.

That’s because starting this year the CIF instituted new regional bowl games that lead into the state bowl games. If the old format was being used, De La Salle probably would have played unbeaten Narbonne of Harbor City in the Open Division with Granite Bay and Corona Centennial matching up in D1 and Folsom and Gardena Serra in D2. What if, for example, had Folsom won that game and finished 16-0? There could have been least be some questions, even small, that the Spartans might not be the state’s No. 1 team.

Now, with teams like Folsom and Narbonne getting eliminated in the regional round, there’s no question whatsoever that the CIF Open Division champion is also going to be the Cal-Hi Sports State Team of the Year.

For De La Salle, this year’s top statewide finish is the program’s 16th in the last 21 seasons. The Spartans also have won five CIF state titles in the last six years and have won 54 of their last 55 games. They are taking a 26-game win streak into next season and have won 55 consecutive games against California opponents. Their last loss was in their third game of last season to St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) and their last loss to a California team was 21-16 to Corona Centennial in the 2008 CIF Division I state bowl game.

With 33 touchdowns and more than 2,100 yards, Tiapepe Vitale put his name among some of the best running backs in De La Salle history, including Maurice Jones-Drew, D.J. Williams, Patrick Walsh, Atari Callen, Lucas Dunne, Terron Ward and Saleem Muhammad.

With 33 touchdowns and more than 2,100 yards, Tiapepe Vitale put his name among some of the best running backs in De La Salle history, including Maurice Jones-Drew, D.J. Williams, Patrick Walsh, Atari Callen, Lucas Dunne, Terron Ward and Saleem Muhammad.

More Spartan Facts ‘N Stats

Head coach Bob Ladouceur, who just finished his 33rd season, has said that a decision will be announced after the Christmas break about next year, but it is fairly certain he’ll be coaching at the school in some role. During his career, Ladouceur has won more CIF North Coast Section championships (28) than losses (24). Obviously, with a career record of 399-24-3, he needs just one more to become the first coach in California with 400 career victories and join a select group of national coaches.

While this year’s Spartan team gave up more points than year, its defense still ranks as among the school’s best ever. Last year’s defense, led by linebacker Michael Barton, after all, didn’t have to face an offense quite as good as Corona Centennial, which had set a new state record for total offense yards even before the last game. This year’s defense also was led by a linebacker, senior USC commit Michael Hutchings, and features three others bound for major colleges, including defensive ends Austin Hooper and Victor Egu (Cal) along with linebacker D.J. Moffitt.

One of the reasons that the DLS offense ended up being as well-oiled as ever and scored 49, 52, 48 and 48 points in its last four games was the play of junior quarterback Chris Williams. Coaches will admit he had some inconsistent outings as the new starter earlier in the season, but when it was time to step up later in the season and in the playoffs he made clutch throws, clutch reads on the triple-option and didn’t make too many mistakes.

The team’s rushing leader, much like seniors Terron Ward (now at Oregon State) in 2009 and Lucas Dunne in 2010, was senior Tiapepe Vitale. He scored four times in the final win against Centennial and ended with 2,102 yards rushing and 33 touchdowns.

Das Tautalatasi, who also rushed for more than 100 yards against Centennial, figures to be that senior leader at running back next season. The junior, however, could be just as good as a safety on defense. Other underclass standouts who look like they’ll be senior leaders for De La Salle in 2013 include Williams at quarterback, Sumner Houston (6-3, 245) at defensive tackle, Larry Allen Jr. (6-2, 250) at offensive guard and Marquis Morris (6-0, 165) at receiver.

Congratulations to the De La Salle Spartans, the 2012 State Team of the Year.

CAL-HI SPORTS STATE
TEAMS OF THE YEAR
ALL-TIME HONOR ROLL

(Last 103 years listed, but it goes back further than that to 1891 in our files, as compiled from 1891 to 2003 by the late Nelson Tennis)

2012 — Concord De La Salle (15-0)
2011 — Concord De La Salle (13-1)
2010 — Concord De La Salle (14-0)
2009 — Concord De La Salle (13-2)
2008 — Corona Centennial (15-0)
2007 — Concord De La Salle (13-0)
2006 — Westlake Village Oaks Christian (15-0)
2005 — Ventura St. Bonaventure (14-0)
2004 — Mission Viejo (14-0)
2003 — Concord De La Salle (13-0)
2002 — Concord De La Salle (13-0)
2001 — Concord De La Salle (12-0)
2000 — Concord De La Salle (13-0)
1999 — Concord De La Salle (12-0)
1998 — Concord De La Salle (12-0)
1997 — Concord De La Salle (12-0)
1996 — Concord De La Salle (12-0)
1995 — Concord De La Salle (13-0)
1994 — Concord De La Salle (13-0)
1993 — Rialto Eisenhower (14-0)
1992 — Concord De La Salle (13-0)
1991 — Santa Ana Mater Dei (13-1)
1990 — Merced (14-0)
1989 — Fontana (14-0)
1988 — Carson (12-1)
1987 — Fontana (14-0)
1986 — El Toro (14-0)
1985 — Vista (13-0)
1984 — Riverside Poly (13-1)
1983 — Mountain View St. Francis (13-0)
1982 — Anaheim Servite (11-1)
1981 — San Jose Bellarmine (12-0)
1980 — Wilmington Banning (12-0)
1979 — Huntington Beach Edison (12-2)
1978 — Visalia Mt. Whitney (13-0)
1977 — Rancho Cordova (12-0)
1976 — Wilmington Banning (12-1)
1975 — Rancho Cordova (11-0)
1974 — Vista (13-0)
1973 — Hacienda Heights Los Altos (12-1)
1972 — Santa Fe Springs St. Paul (13-0)
1971 — Carson (12-0)
1970 — La Puente Bishop Amat (12-1)
1969 — Pasadena Blair (13-0)
1968 — Alameda (9-0)
1967 — Anaheim (12-1)
1966 — Pico Rivera El Rancho (13-0)
1965 — San Jose Bellarmine (9-0)
1964 — Stockton Stagg (10-0)
1963 — Los Angeles Loyola (12-0)
1962 — Los Angeles Loyola (12-0)
1961 — Monterey (8-0)
1960 — Redwood City Sequoia (9-0)
1959 — Long Beach Poly (11-0)
1958 — Long Beach Poly (11-0-1)
1957 — Berkeley (8-0)
1956 — Downey (12-0-1)
1955 — San Diego (11-0-1)
1954 — Vallejo (9-0)
1953 — Santa Monica (10-0-1)
1952 — Santa Monica (11-0-1)
1951 — Pomona (12-0)
1950 — Compton (11-1)
1949 — Compton (10-1)
1948 — Long Beach St. Anthony (11-1-1)
1947 — L.A. Washington (8-0)
1946 — Alhambra Keppel (8-0)
1945 — Santa Ana (11-1)
1944 — Alhambra Keppel (8-0)
1943 — Redondo Beach Redondo (6-0)
1942 — La Verne Bonita (11-0)
1941 — Piedmont (9-0)
1940 — Piedmont (8-0)
1939 — Alhambra (10-0)
1938 — Stockton (8-0)
1937 — L.A. Manual Arts (8-0)
1936 — L.A. Manual Arts (8-0-1)
1935 — Long Beach Poly (9-0)
1934 — Piedmont (8-0)
1933 — S.F. Galileo (8-2-1)
1932 — Inglewood (10-2)
1931 — Santa Ana (13-0)
1930 — Berkeley (11-0-1)
1929 — Berkeley (11-0-1)
1928 — Lodi (9-0)
1927 — Bakersfield (12-0)
1926 — San Mateo (9-1-1)
1925 — Los Angeles (10-0)
1924 — Berkeley (11-0)
1923 — Bakersfield (10-0-1)
1922 — Bakersfield (10-0-1)
1921 — Bakersfield (9-0-1)
1920 — Bakersfield (9-1)
1919 — Long Beach Poly (12-0)
1918 — L.A. Manual Arts (9-0)
1917 — L.A. Manual Arts (11-1)
1916 — San Diego (12-0)
1915 — Pasadena (7-1)
1914 — Pomona Rugby (12-0)
1913 — Pomona Rugby (11-0)
1912 — Berkeley Rugby (7-2-1)
1911 — Los Angeles Rugby (9-0)
1910 — Alameda (5-0)

Champions

California

Division 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003
Bowl I Bakersfield (CA) Granite Bay (CA) Santa Margarita (Rancho Santa Margarita, CA) Palo Alto (CA) Oceanside (CA) Centennial (Corona, CA) De La Salle (Concord, CA) Canyon (Canyon Country, CA)      
Bowl II Chaminade (West Hills, CA) Serra [Junipero] (Gardena, CA) Helix (La Mesa, CA) Folsom (CA) Servite (Anaheim, CA) Cathedral (San Diego, CA) Oceanside (CA) Lutheran (Orange, CA)      
Bowl III Corona del Mar (Newport Beach, CA) Madison (San Diego, CA) Washington Union (Fresno, CA) Escalon (CA) Serra [Junipero] (Gardena, CA) St. Bonaventure (Ventura, CA) St. Bonaventure (Ventura, CA) Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, CA)      
Bowl IV Central Catholic (Modesto, CA) Central Catholic (Modesto, CA) Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth, CA) Bishop's (La Jolla, CA)              
Bowl Open St. John Bosco (Bellflower, CA) De La Salle (Concord, CA) De La Salle (Concord, CA) De La Salle (Concord, CA) De La Salle (Concord, CA) Grant (Sacramento, CA)          
Central Coast, I Milpitas (CA) San Benito (Hollister, CA) Serra [Junipero] (San Mateo, CA) Piedmont Hills (San Jose, CA) Milpitas (CA) Palma (Salinas, CA)          
Central Coast, II Los Gatos (CA) St. Francis (Mountain View, CA) Los Gatos (CA) Willow Glen (San Jose, CA) Los Gatos (CA) Aptos (CA)          
Central Coast, III Aptos (CA) Valley Christian (San Jose, CA) St. Ignatius (San Francisco, CA) Terra Nova (Pacifica, CA) Seaside (CA) San Mateo (CA)          
Central Coast, IV Sacred Heart Prep (Atherton, CA) Sacred Heart Prep (Atherton, CA) Palma (Salinas, CA) Sacred Heart Prep (Atherton, CA) Carmel (CA) Valley Christian (San Jose, CA)          
Central Coast, Open Serra [Junipero] (San Mateo, CA) St. Ignatius (San Francisco, CA) Bellarmine (San Jose, CA) Palo Alto (CA) Bellarmine (San Jose, CA) Bellarmine (San Jose, CA) Oak Grove (San Jose, CA) Palo Alto (CA) Valley Christian (San Jose, CA) Valley Christian (San Jose, CA)  
Central, 8 Man Kings Christian (Lemoore, CA) Northwest Christian (Bakersfield, CA) Riverdale Christian (Riverdale, CA)                
Central, I Bakersfield (CA) Clovis North (Fresno, CA) Bakersfield (CA) Clovis West (Fresno, CA) Bullard (Fresno, CA) Clovis West (Fresno, CA) Bakersfield (CA) Clovis East (Clovis, CA) Bakersfield (CA) Clovis West (Fresno, CA)  
Central, II El Diamante (Visalia, CA) Garces (Bakersfield, CA) Clovis North (Fresno, CA) Tehachapi (CA) Edison (Fresno, CA) Tulare Union (Tulare, CA) El Diamante (Visalia, CA) Mt. Whitney (Visalia, CA) West (Bakersfield, CA) East Bakersfield (Bakersfield, CA)  
Central, III Dinuba (CA) Ridgeview (Bakersfield, CA) Kingsburg (CA) Kingsburg (CA) Dinuba (CA) Tehachapi (CA) Tehachapi (CA) Garces (Bakersfield, CA) Lemoore (CA) Yosemite (Oakhurst, CA)  
Central, IV Bakersfield Christian (Bakersfield, CA) Wasco (CA) Washington Union (Fresno, CA) Washington Union (Fresno, CA) Kingsburg (CA) Chowchilla (CA) Taft (CA) Dos Palos (CA) Immanuel (Reedley, CA) Chowchilla (CA)  
Central, V Liberty (Madera, CA) Liberty (Madera, CA) Fowler (CA) Fowler (CA) Corcoran (CA) Bakersfield Christian (Bakersfield, CA) Bakersfield Christian (Bakersfield, CA) Caruthers (CA) Central Valley Christian (Visalia, CA) Central Valley Christian (Visalia, CA)  
Central, VI Farmersville (CA) Mendota (CA) Mendota (CA) Orange Cove (CA) Strathmore (CA) Tranquillity (CA)          
Los Angeles, 8 Man Fulton [Robert] (Van Nuys, CA) Fulton [Robert] (Van Nuys, CA) Community Harvest (Los Angeles, CA) View Park (Los Angeles, CA) View Park (Los Angeles, CA) Fulton [Robert] (Van Nuys, CA)          
Los Angeles, I Crenshaw (Los Angeles, CA) Narbonne [Nathaniel] (Harbor City, CA) Narbonne [Nathaniel] (Harbor City, CA) Crenshaw (Los Angeles, CA) Crenshaw (Los Angeles, CA)            
Los Angeles, II San Fernando (CA) San Fernando (CA) South East (South Gate, CA) Fairfax (Los Angeles, CA) Hamilton [Alexander] (Los Angeles, CA)            
Los Angeles, III View Park (Los Angeles, CA) View Park (Los Angeles, CA) View Park (Los Angeles, CA)                
North Coast, 1 De La Salle (Concord, CA) De La Salle (Concord, CA)                  
North Coast, 2 Miramonte (Orinda, CA) Clayton Valley (Concord, CA)                  
North Coast, 3 El Cerrito (CA) Marin Catholic (Kentfield, CA)                  
North Coast, 4 St. Mary's (Albany, CA) Justin-Siena (Napa, CA)                  
North Coast, 5 Salesian (Richmond, CA) Ferndale (CA)                  
Northern, I Enterprise (Redding, CA) Enterprise (Redding, CA) Paradise (CA) Paradise (CA) Enterprise (Redding, CA) Paradise (CA) Foothill (Palo Cedro, CA) Paradise (CA) Paradise (CA) West Valley (Cottonwood, CA) Paradise (CA)
Northern, II West Valley (Cottonwood, CA) Sutter (CA) Orland (CA) Lassen (Susanville, CA) Lassen (Susanville, CA) Sutter (CA) Sutter (CA) Anderson (CA) Central Valley (Shasta Lake, CA) Sutter (CA) Lassen (Susanville, CA)
Northern, III Winters (CA) Willows (CA) Willows (CA) Durham (CA) Trinity (Weaverville, CA) Hamilton (Hamilton City, CA) Hamilton (Hamilton City, CA) Mt. Shasta (CA) Rio Vista (CA) Pierce (Arbuckle, CA) Willows (CA)
Northern, IV Maxwell (CA) Portola (CA) Modoc (Alturas, CA) Maxwell (CA) Portola (CA) Modoc (Alturas, CA) East Nicolaus (Nicolaus, CA) East Nicolaus (Nicolaus, CA) Modoc (Alturas, CA) Delta (Clarksburg, CA) East Nicolaus (Nicolaus, CA)
Northern, VI Redding Christian (Palo Cedro, CA) Dunsmuir (CA) Butte Valley (Dorris, CA) Hayfork (CA) Hayfork (CA) Westwood (CA) Butte Valley (Dorris, CA) Champion Christian (Chico, CA) Elk Creek (CA) Big Valley (Bieber, CA)  
Oakland, OAL McClymonds (Oakland, CA) McClymonds (Oakland, CA) McClymonds (Oakland, CA) McClymonds (Oakland, CA) Fremont (Oakland, CA) Castlemont (Oakland, CA) McClymonds (Oakland, CA) McClymonds (Oakland, CA) Skyline (Oakland, CA) Oakland Tech (Oakland, CA)  
Sac-Joaquin, I Folsom (CA) Granite Bay (CA) Granite Bay (CA) Pleasant Grove (Elk Grove, CA) Nevada Union (Grass Valley, CA) St. Mary's (Stockton, CA) Napa (CA) Vacaville (CA) Nevada Union (Grass Valley, CA) St. Mary's (Stockton, CA) Grant (Sacramento, CA)
Sac-Joaquin, II Del Oro (Loomis, CA) Folsom (CA) Vacaville (CA) Folsom (CA) Rocklin (CA) Grant (Sacramento, CA) Granite Bay (CA) Grant (Sacramento, CA) Del Oro (Loomis, CA) Oak Ridge (El Dorado Hills, CA) Oak Ridge (El Dorado Hills, CA)
Sac-Joaquin, III Manteca (CA) Oakdale (CA) Del Oro (Loomis, CA) Del Oro (Loomis, CA) Del Campo (Fair Oaks, CA) Casa Roble (Orangevale, CA) Rodriguez (Fairfield, CA) Del Campo (Fair Oaks, CA) Manteca (CA) Rio Linda (CA) Colfax (CA)
Sac-Joaquin, IV Central Catholic (Modesto, CA) Central Catholic (Modesto, CA) Hilmar (CA) Escalon (CA) Modesto Christian (Modesto, CA) Whitney (Rocklin, CA) Oakdale (CA) Manteca (CA) Escalon (CA) Argonaut (Jackson, CA) Escalon (CA)
Sac-Joaquin, V Le Grand (CA) Le Grand (CA) Le Grand (CA) Le Grand (CA) Capital Christian (Sacramento, CA) Hilmar (CA) Central Catholic (Modesto, CA) Central Catholic (Modesto, CA) Central Catholic (Modesto, CA) Central Catholic (Modesto, CA) Central Catholic (Modesto, CA)
Sac-Joaquin, VI Bradshaw Christian (Sacramento, CA) Brookside Christian (Stockton, CA) Bradshaw Christian (Sacramento, CA) Brookside Christian (Stockton, CA) Bradshaw Christian (Sacramento, CA) Marysville (CA) Lindhurst (Olivehurst, CA) Lindhurst (Olivehurst, CA)      
San Diego, 1 Cathedral (San Diego, CA)                    
San Diego, 2 St. Augustine (San Diego, CA)                    
San Diego, 3 Christian (El Cajon, CA)                    
San Diego, 4 Sweetwater (National City, CA)                    
San Diego, 5 Holtville (CA)                    
San Diego, Open Mission Hills (San Marcos, CA)                    
San Francisco, AAA Galileo (San Francisco, CA) Lincoln [Abraham] (San Francisco, CA) Mission (San Francisco, CA) Washington [George] (San Francisco, CA) Galileo (San Francisco, CA) Lincoln [Abraham] (San Francisco, CA) Lincoln [Abraham] (San Francisco, CA) Lincoln [Abraham] (San Francisco, CA) Lowell (San Francisco, CA) Washington [George] (San Francisco, CA)  
Southern, 8 Man Division I Faith Baptist (Canoga Park, CA) Excelsior (Victorville, CA) Windward (Los Angeles, CA) Santa Clarita Christian (Canyon Country, CA) Santa Clarita Christian (Canyon Country, CA) Joshua Springs (Yucca Valley, CA) View Park (Los Angeles, CA) Faith Baptist (Canoga Park, CA) Faith Baptist (Canoga Park, CA) Riverside Christian (Riverside, CA)  
Southern, 8 Man Division II Trinity Classical Academy (Valencia, CA) Joshua Springs (Yucca Valley, CA) Joshua Springs (Yucca Valley, CA) Joshua Springs (Yucca Valley, CA) Desert Chapel (Palm Springs, CA) South Bay Lutheran (Inglewood, CA) South Bay Lutheran (Inglewood, CA) Desert Chapel (Palm Springs, CA) Desert Chapel (Palm Springs, CA) Maricopa (CA)  
Southern, Central (V) Heritage (Romoland, CA) Kaiser [Henry J.] (Fontana, CA) Rancho Verde (Moreno Valley, CA) Colton (CA) Upland (CA) Rancho Cucamonga (CA) Colony (Ontario, CA) Colony (Ontario, CA)      
Southern, East Valley (XII) Jurupa Hills (Fontana, CA) Rim of the World (Lake Arrowhead, CA) Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth, CA) Paraclete (Lancaster, CA) St. Margaret's (San Juan Capistrano, CA) St. Margaret's (San Juan Capistrano, CA) Citrus Hill (Perris, CA) Big Bear (Big Bear City, CA)      
Southern, Eastern (VIII) Citrus Hill (Perris, CA) Citrus Hill (Perris, CA) Summit (Fontana, CA) Elsinore (Wildomar, CA) Palm Springs (CA) Citrus Hill (Perris, CA) North [John W.] (Riverside, CA) North [John W.] (Riverside, CA)      
Southern, Inland (II) Centennial (Corona, CA) Centennial (Corona, CA) Vista Murrieta (Murrieta, CA) Centennial (Corona, CA) Chaparral (Temecula, CA) Centennial (Corona, CA) Centennial (Corona, CA) Norco (CA)      
Southern, Mid-Valley (XI) San Dimas (CA) Monrovia (CA) Monrovia (CA) Monrovia (CA) San Dimas (CA) Paraclete (Lancaster, CA) Santa Clara (Oxnard, CA) Verbum Dei (Los Angeles, CA)      
Southern, Northeast (XIII) Salesian (Los Angeles, CA) Rio Hondo Prep (Arcadia, CA) Rio Hondo Prep (Arcadia, CA) Bishop (CA) Linfield Christian (Temecula, CA) Rio Hondo Prep (Arcadia, CA) St. Margaret's (San Juan Capistrano, CA) St. Margaret's (San Juan Capistrano, CA)      
Southern, Northern (III) Hart [William S.] (Newhall, CA) Palos Verdes (Palos Verdes Estates, CA) Westlake (Westlake Village, CA) Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, CA)              
Southern, Northwest (X) Nordhoff (Ojai, CA) Nordhoff (Ojai, CA) Lompoc (CA) Lompoc (CA) Serra [Junipero] (Gardena, CA) Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, CA) Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, CA) Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, CA)      
Southern, Pac-5 (I) St. John Bosco (Bellflower, CA) Poly (Long Beach, CA) Santa Margarita (Rancho Santa Margarita, CA) Servite (Anaheim, CA) Servite (Anaheim, CA) Poly (Long Beach, CA) Poly (Long Beach, CA) Lutheran (Orange, CA)      
Southern, Southeast (VII) La Serna (Whittier, CA) Downey (CA) West Covina (CA) West Covina (CA) Charter Oak (Covina, CA) Charter Oak (Covina, CA) La Habra (CA) Schurr (Montebello, CA)      
Southern, Southern (IX) Corona del Mar (Newport Beach, CA) Corona del Mar (Newport Beach, CA) Corona del Mar (Newport Beach, CA) Garden Grove (CA) La Mirada (CA) Laguna Hills (CA) Cypress (CA) Kennedy [John F.] (La Palma, CA)      
Southern, Southwest (VI) Huntington Beach (CA) Edison (Huntington Beach, CA) Tustin (CA) La Habra (CA) La Habra (CA) La Habra (CA) El Dorado (Placentia, CA) El Dorado (Placentia, CA)      
Southern, Western (IV) Chaminade (West Hills, CA) Serra [Junipero] (Gardena, CA) Arroyo Grande (CA) Serra [Junipero] (Gardena, CA)              
San Diego, I   Eastlake (Chula Vista, CA) Poway (CA) Vista (CA) Eastlake (Chula Vista, CA) La Costa Canyon (Carlsbad, CA) Poway (CA) Carlsbad (CA) Carlsbad (CA) Torrey Pines (San Diego, CA) Torrey Pines (San Diego, CA)
San Diego, II   Oceanside (CA) Helix (La Mesa, CA) Oceanside (CA) Oceanside (CA) Oceanside (CA) Oceanside (CA) Oceanside (CA) Oceanside (CA) Oceanside (CA) Monte Vista (Spring Valley, CA)
San Diego, III   Lincoln [Abraham] (San Diego, CA) Cathedral (San Diego, CA) Cathedral (San Diego, CA) Cathedral (San Diego, CA) Cathedral (San Diego, CA) Cathedral (San Diego, CA) St. Augustine (San Diego, CA) St. Augustine (San Diego, CA) Valley Center (CA) Mater Dei (Chula Vista, CA)
San Diego, IV   Madison (San Diego, CA) Valley Center (CA) Madison (San Diego, CA) Mission Bay (San Diego, CA) Valley Center (CA) Valley Center (CA) Santa Fe Christian (Solana Beach, CA) Valley Center (CA) Santa Fe Christian (Solana Beach, CA) Santa Fe Christian (Solana Beach, CA)
San Diego, V   Santa Fe Christian (Solana Beach, CA) Christian (El Cajon, CA) Bishop's (La Jolla, CA) Parker [Francis] (San Diego, CA) Parker [Francis] (San Diego, CA) Bishop's (La Jolla, CA) Christian (El Cajon, CA) Parker [Francis] (San Diego, CA)    
North Coast, I     De La Salle (Concord, CA) De La Salle (Concord, CA) De La Salle (Concord, CA) De La Salle (Concord, CA)          
North Coast, II     Windsor (CA) Concord (CA) Eureka (CA) Cardinal Newman (Santa Rosa, CA)          
North Coast, III     Campolindo (Moraga, CA) Cardinal Newman (Santa Rosa, CA) Marin Catholic (Kentfield, CA) Encinal (Alameda, CA)          
North Coast, IV     Salesian (Richmond, CA) Salesian (Richmond, CA) Fort Bragg (CA) Justin-Siena (Napa, CA)          
North Coast, V     Hoopa Valley (Hoopa, CA) Hoopa Valley (Hoopa, CA) St. Elizabeth (Oakland, CA) St. Vincent (Petaluma, CA)          
Southern, 8 Man Division 1       Windward (Los Angeles, CA)              
Southern, 8 Man Division 2       Joshua Springs (Yucca Valley, CA)              
Bowl Small         Modesto Christian (Modesto, CA) St. Margaret's (San Juan Capistrano, CA)          
Northern, V         Fall River (McArthur, CA) Fall River (McArthur, CA) Fall River (McArthur, CA) Maxwell (CA) Hayfork (CA) Fall River (McArthur, CA) Fall River (McArthur, CA)
Southern, Northern (IV)         Westlake (Westlake Village, CA) St. Bonaventure (Ventura, CA) St. Bonaventure (Ventura, CA) Canyon (Canyon Country, CA)      
Southern, Western (III)         Mira Costa (Manhattan Beach, CA) Quartz Hill (CA) St. Paul (Santa Fe Springs, CA) Dominguez (Compton, CA)      
Central Coast, Large           Menlo-Atherton (Atherton, CA) Palo Alto (CA) Milpitas (CA) San Benito (Hollister, CA) Oak Grove (San Jose, CA)  
Central Coast, Medium           Los Gatos (CA) Riordan (San Francisco, CA) St. Ignatius (San Francisco, CA) Los Gatos (CA) Woodside (CA)  
Central Coast, Small           Sacred Heart Cathedral (San Francisco, CA) Santa Cruz (CA) Seaside (CA) Half Moon Bay (CA) Burlingame (CA)  
Los Angeles, City Championship           San Pedro (CA) Birmingham (Van Nuys, CA) Birmingham (Van Nuys, CA)      
Los Angeles, Invitational           Arleta (CA) Garfield [James A.] (Los Angeles, CA) Eagle Rock (Los Angeles, CA)      
Sac-Joaquin, VII           Bradshaw Christian (Sacramento, CA) Vacaville Christian (Vacaville, CA) Calvary Temple (Modesto, CA)      
North Coast, 2A             Novato (CA) Novato (CA)      
North Coast, 3A             San Ramon Valley (Danville, CA) Cardinal Newman (Santa Rosa, CA)      
North Coast, 4A East Bay             De La Salle (Concord, CA) De La Salle (Concord, CA) De La Salle (Concord, CA) De La Salle (Concord, CA) De La Salle (Concord, CA)
North Coast, A             Ferndale (CA) St. Patrick-St. Vincent (Vallejo, CA) Salesian (Richmond, CA) Justin-Siena (Napa, CA) Justin-Siena (Napa, CA)
North Coast, B             St. Elizabeth (Oakland, CA) Mendocino (CA) St. Vincent (Petaluma, CA) Point Arena (CA) St. Bernard's (Eureka, CA)
Northern, 8 Man             Champion Christian (Chico, CA)        
San Diego, 8 Man             San Pasqual Academy (Escondido, CA) San Pasqual Academy (Escondido, CA) San Pasqual Academy (Escondido, CA) La Jolla Country Day (La Jolla, CA) La Jolla Country Day (La Jolla, CA)
Oakland/San Francisco, Transbay               McClymonds (Oakland, CA)      
Los Angeles, City Championship Division                 Crenshaw (Los Angeles, CA) Birmingham (Van Nuys, CA) Carson (CA)
Los Angeles, City Invitational Division                 Eagle Rock (Los Angeles, CA) Fairfax (Los Angeles, CA) Fremont [John C.] (Los Angeles, CA)
North Coast, 2A East Bay                 Ygnacio Valley (Concord, CA) Bishop O'Dowd (Oakland, CA) Miramonte (Orinda, CA)
North Coast, 2A Redwood Empire                 Novato (CA) Terra Linda (San Rafael, CA) Marin Catholic (Kentfield, CA)
North Coast, 3A East Bay                 Las Lomas (Walnut Creek, CA) San Ramon Valley (Danville, CA) Las Lomas (Walnut Creek, CA)
North Coast, 3A Redwood Empire                 Cardinal Newman (Santa Rosa, CA) Montgomery (Santa Rosa, CA) Eureka (CA)
Southern, I                 Loyola (Los Angeles, CA) Poly (Long Beach, CA) Loyola (Los Angeles, CA)
Southern, II                 Canyon (Canyon Country, CA) Mission Viejo (CA) Hart [William S.] (Newhall, CA)
Southern, III                 Dominguez (Compton, CA) Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks, CA) Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks, CA)
Southern, IV                 St. Bonaventure (Ventura, CA) St. Bonaventure (Ventura, CA) Westlake (Westlake Village, CA)
Southern, IX                 Tesoro (Rancho Santa Margarita, CA) Tesoro (Rancho Santa Margarita, CA) La Habra (CA)
Southern, V                 Norco (CA) Centennial (Corona, CA) North [John W.] (Riverside, CA)
Southern, VI                 Newport Harbor (Newport Beach, CA) Lutheran (Orange, CA) Los Altos (Hacienda Heights, CA)
Southern, VII                 South Hills (West Covina, CA) West Covina (CA) South Hills (West Covina, CA)
Southern, VIII                 Burroughs (Ridgecrest, CA) Serrano (Phelan, CA) Kaiser [Henry J.] (Fontana, CA)
Southern, X                 Crespi (Encino, CA) Crespi (Encino, CA) Lompoc (CA)
Southern, XI                 Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, CA) Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, CA) Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, CA)
Southern, XII                 Aquinas (San Bernardino, CA) Grace Brethren (Simi Valley, CA) Village Christian (Sun Valley, CA)
Southern, XIII                 Rio Hondo Prep (Arcadia, CA) Hamilton (Anza, CA) Flintridge Prep (La Canada, CA)
Central, Sequoia Large                     Tehachapi (CA)
Central, Sequoia Small                     San Joaquin Memorial (Fresno, CA)
Central, Sierra                     Central Valley Christian (Visalia, CA)
Central, Yosemite Large                     Clovis East (Clovis, CA)
Central, Yosemite Small                     Sanger (CA)

Windsor Weather


Upcoming Games/Practices

Friday,  Sep 5
Lower Lake (CA) @ El Molino (Forestville) 5:00pm El Molino
Ygnacio Valley (Concord, CA) @ Elsie Allen (Santa Rosa) 5:00pm Elsie Allen
Petaluma (CA) @ Vintage (Napa, CA) 5:15pm TBA
Windsor @ Benicia (Benicia) 7:00pm Benicia
Napa (CA) @ Casa Grande (Petaluma) 7:00pm Casa Grande
Galena (Reno, NV) @ Sonoma Valley (Sonoma) 7:00pm Sonoma
Piner (Santa Rosa) @ Richmond (CA) 7:00pm TBA
Cardinal Newman (Santa Rosa) @ St. Mary's (Stockton, CA) 7:15pm ST. MARY’S HS
Rancho Cotate (Rohnert Park, CA) @ Alhambra (Martinez, CA) 7:30pm Alhambra
Maria Carrillo (Santa Rosa) @ Analy (Sebastopol) 7:30pm Analy
Maria Carrillo (Santa Rosa, CA) @ Analy (Sebastopol) 7:30pm Analy
Ukiah (CA) @ Eureka (CA) 7:30pm Eureka
St. Helena (CA) @ Healdsburg (CA) 7:30pm Healdsburg

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