Hot Links

We scan dozens of websites to stay on top of all the scores and all the stats from around the state. Instead of rewriting the hottest news items, we'll now provide direct links to those stories, written by some of the finest prep sports journalists in the nation.

Cal-Hi Sports Top 5 Hot Links of the Week

If you're a visiting boys basketball team, some of the toughest places to play are those cramped gyms at small schools. One newspaper ranks the four schools in its area with best home court advantages. By Will DeBoard (Modesto Bee)

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The football coaching carousel at Muir High of Pasadena has turned again with the dismissal of Ron Mims. Quarterback Richard Irvin and his 4,000 yards of passing were not enough to turn around the Mustangs. By Fred J. Robledo (Pasadena Star-News)

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Who's No. 1 in the state in wrestling? Last weekend's Doc Buchanan tourney in Clovis offered one answer, although this weekend's Five Counties Invitational could offer another. By David White (Fresno Bee)

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Hayward High graduate Jack Del Rio becomes the second youngest head coach in the NFL as he's given the reigns of the Jacksonville Jaguars. But when Del Rio was playing for the Farmers, his exploits went well beyond the football field. By Ken Silman (Hayward Daily Review)

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One of the best sophomore boys basketball players in the state is Bakersfield High's Titus Shelton. And when you know more about his family, it's easy to see why he's so promising. By Scott A. Mayes (Bakersfield Californian)

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