2015 California high school football playoff scores – Sectional Finals & Semifinals

California high school football rankings

CIF 2015 sectional semifinal and championship game high school football scores.

Northern Section

II Championship

Pleasant Valley 49 Shasta 7

III Championship

Sutter 38 Orland 7

IV Championship

East Nicolaus 28 Williams 8

V Championship

Fall River 14 Portola 6

VI Championship

Redding Christian 52 Big Valley 34

North Coast

1

De La Salle 70 Pittsburg 14

Foothill 55 Antioch 54

2

Clayton Valley 34 Granada 6

Concord 60 Miramonte 32

3

Campolindo 25 Bishop O’Dowd 13

Analy 45 Rancho Cotate 27

4

Marin Catholic 31 Moreau Catholic 27

Cardinal Newman 43 Fortuna 42

5

Berean Christian 31 Valley Christian 28

St. Bernard’s 27 Ferndale 26

Sac-Joaquin

I

Folsom 56 St. Mary’s 49

Elk Grove 30 Oak Ridge 18

II

Del Oro 25 Granite Bay 17

Rocklin 55 Antelope 35

III

Modesto Central Catholic 48 Placer 14

Oakdale 51 Inderkum 38

IV

Liberty Ranch 44 Los Banos 42

Sierra 34 Calaveras

V

Sonora 62 Orestimba 6

Bear River 31 Capital Christian 21

VI

Hilmar 34 Ripon Christian 28

Bradshaw Christian 55 Gustine 13

VII

Stone Ridge Christian 66 Millennium 0

Big Valley Christian 14 Delta 6

San Francisco

AAA Championship

Mission 14 Balboa 13

Oakland

OAL

McClymonds 24 Fremont 0

Central Coast

Open I

Bellarmine 40 San Benito 7

Milpitas 42 Palo Alto 0

Open II

St. Francis 41 Wilcox 21

Oak Grove 42 Valley Christian 23

Open III

Riordan 17 Palma 14

Sacred Heart Prep 33 Monte Vista Christian 10

IV

Hillsdale 23 Silver Creek 7

Aptos 35 North Salinas 12

V

Pacific Grove 37 Scotts Valley 35

Half Moon Bay 28 Carmel 14

Central

I

Clovis 28 Clovis North 14

Liberty 41 Bullard 7

II

Ridgeview 56 Sunnyside 16

Lemoore 13 Sanger 5

III

Hanford 42 Golden Valley 14

San Joaquin Memorial 35 Tulare Western 26

IV

Chowchilla 46 Kerman 27

Washington Union 31 Chavez 28

V

Immanuel 42 Woodlake 7

Mendota 49 Dos Palos 34

VI

Kennedy 49 California City 18

Avenal 35 Sierra Pacific 21

Los Angeles

I

Narbonne 42 Dorsey 0

Crenshaw 26 Arleta 17

II

Los Angeles 42 Jefferson 7

Fairfax 17 Chatsworth 14

III

Belmont 23 West Adams 22

Hollywood 20 Manual Arts 7

Southern Section

Pac-5 (I)

Corona Centennial 42 Mater Dei 36

St. John Bosco 63 Bishop Amat 10

West Valley (II)

Mission Viejo 56 Chino Hills 21

Vista Murrieta 62 Rancho Cucamonga 56 (5 OTs)

Northern (III)

Camarillo 54 Bishop Diego 28

Thousand Oaks 40 Arroyo Grande 35

Southwest (IV)

La Habra 42 Villa Park 21

San Clemente 63 Buena Park 34

Southeast (V)

La Serna 24 St. Francis 10

La Mirada 38 Cathedral 7

Inland (VI)

Heritage 24 Cajon 15

Citrus Hill 52 Rancho Verde 45 (2 OTs)

Western (VII)

Calabasas 41 Redondo 17

Palos Verdes 25 Mira Costa 10

Central (VIII)

Charter Oak 28 Glendora 14

San Marino 35 Summit 30

Eastern (IX)

Oak Hills 33 La Quinta 21

Serrano 47 Palm Desert 34

Mid-Valley (X)

Sierra Canyon 65 Pomona 26

San Dimas 56 Viewpoint 30

Northwest (XI)

Notre Dame (Riverside) 34 Aquinas 6

Linfield Christian 35 Nipomo 14

Southern (XII)

Brea Olinda 17 Garden Grove 7

Canyon 35 El Modena 20

East Valley (XIII)

Grace Brethren 46 Brethren Christian 41

Saddleback Valley Christian 20 Crean Lutheran 14

San Diego

Open

Helix 42 Cathedral 14

St. Augustine 48 Mission Hills 14

1

Oceanside 28 Point Loma 24

El Camino 28 Steele Canyon 18

2

Mt. Carmel 27 Valhalla 14

Rancho Bernardo 48 Otay Ranch 14

3

Bonita Vista 49 Imperial 7

Mission Bay 31 Valley Charter 28

4

Mater Dei 48 Mar Vista 14

Bishop’s 23 University City 7

5

Coronado 17 La Jolla Country Day 9

Crawford 23 Vincent Memorial 19

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