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PAL-Bay Preview: M-A is favorite, but talent runs deep across league

by Ethan Kassel Reigning league, section and state champion Menlo-Atherton is undoubtedly the top dog in the PAL entering 2019. Even after graduating defensive stalwarts Daniel Heimuli and Noa Ngalu, both of whom are now at Washington, the Bears still have a bevy of future Division I players on their roster, headlined by outstanding wide

Study reveals that playing HS football is just as safe as band, glee club, or choir

By Doug Samuels Over the past few years we have been force-fed statistic after statistic about how dangerous football is to the brain health of our players, and participation has declined nearly everywhere across the country. While it’s a given that playing in the NFL is inherently more dangerous than playing high school football, prep

Report: Serious injury risk in high school football is lowest ever

by Charean Williams When studying whether its rule changes have worked, the Competition Committee doesn’t only look at statistics from the NFL. It also studies findings at other levels of football, believing the NFL sets the example. Thus, a recent story by the National Federation of State High School Associations caught the eye of Competition

Congratulations BHS grad and former PAL Bay Division Offensive Player of the Year and CSM standout on earning a full scholarship to Cal Poly…..Go Panthers!

Nine recruits sign National Letter of Intent to play football at Cal Poly by – Jessica Vo Palu Laipeli, LB, 6-1, 225, Burlingame, Calif. (Burlingame High School/College of San Mateo) Laipeli made 38 tackles as a freshman and 81 more as a sophomore middle linebacker at College of San Mateo. In the two seasons, Laipeli

Linemen honored as MVPs

By Nathan Mollat Daily Journal Staff The annual high school, all-league football teams are being released this week. The West Catholic Athletic League teams released its list Monday, while the Peninsula Athletic League announced its all-league selections Tuesday. And for possibly the first time in PAL history, linemen were named Most Valuable Player. Menlo-Atherton’s senior