High School Football State Championships

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  1. Vanilla_Sky

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    Saw there was a thread for Texas football so I thought I would start one for other states.

    Last night at the CIF Division 1 State Bowl Game (the highest and arguably most elite division of HS football in California), a nearly all-white Folsom team defeated a mostly-samoan Oceanside team. Defeat may be an understatement, as Folsom routed the Oceanside team 68-7, in a spectacular show of dominance.

    Folsom on the season ended with a perfect 16-0 record, while QB Jake Browning (Washington commit) finishes the season with a national prep record 91 touchdowns and a career TD total numbering 229. Folsom ended up scoring 915 points on the season. Browning was assisted on offense by WRs Cole Thompson (Harvard commit) and Josiah Deguara (Air Force offer) and an o-line anchored by Cody Creason (Arizona commit). Junior OT/DT Jonah Williams, a transfer from a high school in Georgia, dominated both sides of the ball (moreso on the defensive side) and is currently a 4 star recruit whose draft stock may have just shot up to 5 for next year after a truly dominating performance. Along the defensive line was DE Lukas Hendricks (San Jose State commit) who abused the poly OT, Hawaii commit Christian Cronk. Hendricks may just be the most underrecruited player in northern california. Hendricks was assisted by DE Sam Whitney, another underrecruited player who will likely wind up at Sac State.

    Overall, it was a dominate performance by a Folsom team that will produce several several 4 and 5 star recruits for us, in addition to lower level FBS and FCS players.
     
  2. Wes Woodhead

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    Thanks for starting this thread Vanilla. Im very interested in these state championships. I wish I knew more about high school football outside of TX.
     
  3. Leonardfan

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    Nice info as usual Vanilla_Sky. It's amazing hearing about these dominant white teams and players at the high school level and how they are just blatantly discriminated against in the recruiting process. It really sheds a new light onto the true origin of the caste system. Many of us - me included really do focus way too much on the NFL even though the dilution of the talent pool and elimination of white players begins in the high school to college phase of the caste system machine.
     
  4. Vanilla_Sky

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    Thanks for the responses guys, it's good to keep these threads going as documentation of the biases in recruiting.


    In the CIF Division III state title game, two very white teams went head to head for the championship. Campolindo High School of the small, affluent bay area community of Moraga, CA went up against a San Diego Section team from Lakeside, CA; El Capitan High School.

    El Capitan was lead on offense by 3 year starter Brad Cagle. Going into the game, Cagle had thrown for 2,475 yards with 25 touchdowns and just 5 interceptions. In his career, he had 7,171 yards to go with 72 touchdowns and 1,000 rushing yards and 21 rushing TDs. Cagle also runs tracks in the hurdle and relay events. Cagle's twin brother, Zach, also plays on the football team and has lined up everywhere from long snapper to linebacker to safety to slot receiver. He is also a pole vaulter and plays lacrosse despite the overlap of the seasons.

    Of course there's no room in the caste system to offer these brothers, or any one on the team, a D1 scholarship.

    Campolindo features USC TE commit Tyler Petite, who probably only got a USC offer because of the fact he is one of the most freakishly gifted athletes in the entire country. The 6-5 225 TE runs a 4.59 40 and should make an impact in his first year at USC next year. Petite is assisted by junior 6'4" 200 WR Max Flower, a Cal baseball commit who should be playing football for the Golden Bears in two years if Sonny Dykes has any brains. Campolindo also featured RB Nick Fadelli who, going into Saturday, had rushed for 1,814 yards and 32 touchdowns. Fadelli, despite running a 4.6 40 at 5-11 190lbs, doesn't have any D1 offers though his Rivals lists BYU and Northwestern interest. Another underrecruited California player who will likely wind up at an FBS Big West school.


    The game itself was a wild one. Campolindo came back from a last minute deficit when LB Adam Remotto returned an El Capitan fumble 85 yards for a touchdown with just 51 seconds left. Remotto added five receptions for 120 yards and 2 touchdowns on the day. Of course no offers for this senior.

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    Tyler Petite - Catch of the Year

    The play of the day however, was one that didn't even count. In the redzone Campolindo's Petite, who looked like a man among boys the entire game, had a one handed grab on over two defensive backs on a overthrown pass. Unfortunately, one of Petite's feet was out of bounds, but it still looked like the catch of the year.

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    The Over-Achieving Campolindo Cougars - State Champs

    Amazing how white high school football teams continue to dominate a 34% non-hispanic white state, yet make up only a fraction of the recruits.
     

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    Folsom Bulldogs - D1 State Champions
     
  6. Freethinker

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    Great information. Thanks guys.

    The Texas HS thread has also been a good read.

    :yo:
     
  7. icsept

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    About to watch the Oklahoma 6A (largest) school state championship: Norman North v. Tulsa Union. Both suburban, primarily White teams, although Union seems to be caste appropriate with their skill positions.

    Bob Stoops has two sons on the Norman North squad. Ironically, a wide receiver and a cornerback.
     
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    Keep us updated!
     
  9. Carolina Speed

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    In last nights Western NC 3A Championship, powerhouse South Point with it's all white backfield/defense shut out Hibriten and all black backfield and predominately black team, 26-0.
    Hibriten's offense not surprisingly, was described as high flying and dangerous! South Point's offense was described as not dazzling, but effective! Surprise! However, South Point's defense, the high school home of Clemson Safety Tanner Muse, was described as aggressive yet disciplined. I'll say, shutting out a team that had been averaging 50 points a game!
    South Point finished with 392 yards total offense, led by RB Jake Alexander who BRUISED HIS WAY TO 131 yards and QB Scottie Lee, 101 yards/12 carries. South Point's disciplined defense held the HIGH FLYING PANTHERS to 126 yards total offense.

    As mentioned, South Point, the high school home of Clemson Safety Tanner Muse, will play in it's sixth state title football game! They have won NC State Championships in 1979, 2003, and 2009.
     
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    Kimberly HS has won 5 straight D1 championships over last five years in Wisconsin, dominant streak, 95+% white team.

    In Kentucky powerhouse Trinity HS(Brian Brohm alma matter) added some more hardware to their already impressive collection. Majority white team with affletes at some of the skill positions. Their QB Blackburn is an impressive JR. dual threat . They walloped Lafayette in championship game . Lafayette SR. QB Warren Wood is committed to UK.
     

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