SBLive California Podcast: Who are the best unsigned seniors in Southern California high school football?

In this week’s episode of the SBLive California Podcast, Connor Morrissette, Lance Smith and Bodie DeSilva give their final thoughts on the spring 2021 high school football season in the Southern and San Diego Sections with an emphasis on last week’s game between Mater Dei and St. John Bosco.

The show finishes with the trio breaking down the top unsigned seniors in Southern California high school football.

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Episode 54: What were the best moments our reporters took in during Section basketball championships? SBLive California Podcast

In this week’s episode of the SBLive California Podcast, reporters Connor Morrissette, Lance Smith and Bodie DeSilva discuss the best moments they saw from the Section basketball championships they covered. Morrissette then explains why he likes Damien's chances against Torrey Pines in the Open Division regional boys basketball playoffs and discusses his takeaway's from JSerra Baseball's semifinal win against Ayala on Tuesday. DeSilva gives an update on the state of high school sports in San Diego by previewing the remainder of the baseball playoffs. He also breaks down how San Diego teams fared in the regional basketball playoffs. Smith then discusses the girls basketball regional playoffs and offers a few softball thoughts. The show finishes with the trio giving their top performers from the past week. Listen here.
  1. Episode 54: What were the best moments our reporters took in during Section basketball championships?
  2. Episode 53: Southern Section basketball round-robin playoff format a big success again
  3. Episode 52: Season 2 sports hitting home stretch in SoCal
  4. Episode 51: Previewing SoCal basketball playoffs, Amari Bailey begins quest for all-time great status
  5. Episode 50: Thoughts on new CIF-SS football coaching hires and SoCal Open Division basketball teams

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