2015 California high school football playoff scores – Regional Finals

California high school football rankings

OPEN DIVISION

De La Salle (12-1) vs. Centennial, Corona (14-0) at Sacramento State – Saturday, Dec. 19 at 8:00 p.m.

OPEN DIVISION–SMALL SCHOOL

North: Modesto Central Catholic beat Marin Catholic 42-14

South: San Marino beat Sierra Canyon (14-0) 36-35

DIVISION I–AA

North: Bellarmine beat Folsom 42-35

South: Mission Viejo beat Helix 32-28

DIVISION I–A

North: Clayton Valley Charter beat Oak Grove 21-3

South: Narbonne beat Ridgeview (13-0) 35-20

DIVISION II–AA

North: Del Oro beat Liberty, Bakersfield 28-24

South: Camarillo beat La Habra 63-49

DIVISION II–A

North: St. Francis, Mountain View beat Pleasant Valley 29-7

South: Citrus Hill beat Calabasas 56-21

DIVISION III–AA

North: Campolindo beat Milpitas 27-24

South: La Mirada beat Oceanside 36-14

DIVISION III–A

North: Sacred Heart Prep beat McClymonds 56-20

South: Rancho Bernardo beat Oak Hills 31-30

DIVISION IV–AA

North: Hanford beat Sonora 42-18

South: Bonita Vista beat Canyon, Anaheim 24-21

DIVISION IV–A

North: Sierra, Manteca beat Sutter 17-14

South: Chowchilla beat Fairfax 28-16

DIVISION V–AA

North: Immanuel beat Bradshaw Christian 31-21

South: Mater Dei beat Notre Dame, Riverside 21-14

DIVISION V–A

North: St. Bernard’s beat Fall River 55-0

South: Saddleback Valley Christian beat Kennedy, Bakersfield 59-45

DIVISION VI–AA

North: East Nicolaus beat Stone Ridge Christian 34-14

South: Coronado beat Belmont 12-0

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