youth sports

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In its 36th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, Gatorade today announced Malachi Nelson of Los Alamitos High School as its 2020-21 Gatorade California Football Player of the Year. Nelson is the second Gatorade California Football Player of the Year to be chosen from Los Alamitos High …continue reading

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The CIF Southern Section will be re-opening the Section Office on Monday, March 22, with normal business hours of 7:30 am – 4:00 pm. No walk-ins will be permitted at this time and advance in-person appointments or virtual meetings only will be allowed. You can continue to reach out to …continue reading

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The CIF Southern Section (CIF-SS) and the NFHS Network are excited to announce the renewal of their partnership with a streaming rights agreement for local high school sports as announced today by CIF-SS Commissioner of Athletics Rob Wigod, and NFHS Network Vice-President Mark Koski. The new six-year deal will commence …continue reading

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I hope all is well with you and your families. Here is the latest update. Summer Dead Period waived for 2021 CIF Southern Section Bylaw 1223.3 states, “A summer dead period must be declared by the school district and/or principal for all sports. The dates of the dead period must …continue reading

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I hope all is well with you and your families. Here is the latest update. Boys/Girls Cross-Country Competition Begins Last week, with the lifting of the Stay-at-Home Order in Southern California, and as a purple tier sport, Boys and Girls Cross Country was able to begin. For the first time …continue reading

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The California Department of Public Health released guidance on youth sports and detailed the process for elementary schools to request a waiver to resume in-person instruction in counties on the state monitoring list. “COVID-19 continues to spread in California, and to help slow transmission we must focus on basic public …continue reading