Posted 1:12 AM 9/23/2011 by Andrew Masuda
Three local 11-man football teams enter the fourth week of games undefeated. Technically referred to as "Week 3" of the high school football season, this is the final tune-up for teams before PAC-7 and Los Padres League play kicks off next week.
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Posted 12:42 AM 9/17/2011 by Andrew Masuda
Nine teams started Friday undefeated, only three remained perfect after the third week of high school football action.
After two tight games to start the season, Lompoc dominated from start to finish in a 36-14 home victory over Santa Barbara. The Braves jumped out to an early 20-0 lead (More)
Posted 6:17 AM 9/16/2011 by Andrew Masuda
Nine Central Coast football teams will start the third week of high school football undefeated. What is officially called Week 2 includes a full slate of non-league games.
A perfect 2-0 under first year head coach Dan Loney, Templeton football will face its toughest test yet when Arroyo (More)
Posted 12:31 AM 9/10/2011 by Andrew Masuda
The second week of Friday Night Highlights delivered more blowouts, a near upset and a last second victory.
St. Joseph dominated Valley Christian 63-14 in its season opener. Quarterback Paul Avila threw for 212 yards and three touchdown passes. The senior also rushed for a touchdown. Scott (More)
Posted 10:44 PM 9/9/2011 by Andrew Masuda
Here are the final scores for Friday's high school games:
Pioneer Valley 17
San Luis Obispo 36
Dos Pueblos 23
St. Joe 63
Valley Christian 14
Morro Bay 8
Santa Maria 59
Santa Ynez 23
Posted 12:55 AM 9/3/2011 by Andrew Masuda
Week Zero of the high school football season included several comebacks, a last second game-winning field goal and plenty of impressive numbers on Friday night.
Defending CIF champion Lompoc overcame a 21-0 second quarter deficit to stun highly-regarded Arroyo Grande 38-28. Lompoc rushed (More)
Posted 1:20 PM 9/2/2011 by Andrew Masuda
Eleven Northern Santa Barbara County and San Luis Obispo County 11-man football teams will open the season Friday night. The biggest Week 0 matchups feature three local teams that advanced the deepest into the CIF playoffs last fall.
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Posted 10:59 PM 8/25/2011 by Andrew Masuda
Eight Central Coast high school football teams will kick off the season next month ranked in the top ten. Thursday night, the C.I.F. Southern Section released its preseason coaches polls.
Five local squads were ranked in the Northwest Division, highlighted by the defending CIF champions (More)
Posted 3:42 PM 8/23/2011 by Andrew Masuda
With a full season in the PAC-7 under its belt, Pioneer Valley High football expects to move up the league standings in 2011.
The Panthers say they are more united, motivated and in better condition than a year ago. Dan Ellington is back for his second season as the head coach. The (More)
Posted 6:04 PM 8/22/2011 by Andrew Masuda
With a determined group of returning players this fall, the Cabrillo High football team is eyeing the program's first CIF playoff berth since 2005.
Fourth year head coach Craig Knowles has 6 starters back on defense and 6 more on defense, as well as several players who gained valuable (More)
Posted 5:13 PM 8/16/2011 by Andrew Masuda
Due to low turnout, Coast Union High School has canceled its 2011 varsity football season. Principal Karl Dearie says about 20 players came out for football this year, but only two of them were upperclassmen. Administrators decided to field only a junior varsity team and canceled the 2011 varsity (More)
Posted 5:05 PM 8/16/2011 by Andrew Masuda
After missing the playoffs last season for the first time in more than a decade, the St. Joseph High football team is focused on getting back to the postseason in 2011.
The Knights are in their second week of training camp under head coach Mike Hartman. Decimated by injuries early last (More)
Posted 6:15 PM 8/15/2011 by AndrewMasuda
The Greyhounds are off and running as they prepare for the 2011 season and their first league title in three years. Atascadero High football opened camp on Monday morning.
"I think we're looking better than last year. We've got a lot of returning seniors on offense and some returning (More)
Posted 5:42 PM 8/12/2011 by Andrew Masuda
It is a Brave new world for Lompoc High football. The Braves kicked off preparations on Friday morning to defend their Los Padres League and CIF titles. This time last year, Lompoc was coming off a 1-9 season.
Second year head coach Andrew Jones is back after leading his alma mater to an (More)
Posted 9:45 AM 8/11/2011 by Andrew Masuda
The start of a new high school football season is a source of renewed optimism at Nipomo High. The Titans are a determined group in 2011.
They were decimated by injuries last year and went 0-10 overall. Fifth year head coach Russ Edwards is using last year as motivation and reason for (More)
Posted 10:29 PM 8/10/2011 by Andrew Masuda
Bolstered by seasoned offensive and defensive lines, Righetti High football expects to contend this fall for its second PAC-7 League title in the last three years.
The Warriors are coming off a 6-4 season where it finished fourth in the PAC-7 and missed the postseason.
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Posted 11:00 PM 8/9/2011 by Bill Halter
After an 11-3 season that didn't end until a loss to Serra in the C.I.F. Southern Section Championship game, the Arroyo Grande football team returns a lot of talent and will enter the 2011 season as the team to beat in the Pac-7."I think we have a chance to be a very good team. But if you (More)
Posted 9:27 PM 8/8/2011 by Andrew Masuda
The first wave of high school football teams will kick off preseason training camp this week. Leading up to the season opener on Friday, September 2, KSBY Sports will preview a team every weeknight starting with Mission Prep.
The Royals opened preseason camp on Monday morning. Former Cal (More)