CIF taking names for All-Century teams
August 28, 2013
SACRAMENTO – In anticipation of the upcoming 100th anniversary celebration, the California Interscholastic Federation is now accepting nominations for its All-Century teams. All former student-athletes who demonstrated significant athletic contribution in CIF-approved high school athletics are eligible, and anyone can nominate a student-athlete they feel is worthy. During the 2014-15 school year, voting for the All-Century Teams will take place.
Nominations for the CIF All-Century teams will be accepted on the cifstate.org website. Fall sports nominations will be accepted September-November; winter sports nominations will be accepted December-February; and spring nominations will be accepted March-May. Please visit http://cifstate.org for information.
Additionally, the CIF is gathering stories of former student-athletes on how high school sports had an impact on their lives. That is the real story of the CIF, which is seeking the public's help to gather those stories. Please visit http://cifstate.org for information.
"We are eager to begin the festivities for the 100th anniversary celebration and get everyone's input on who's who in education-based athletics in California," said CIF Executive Director Roger L. Blake. "We also look forward to hearing the stories as told by our former student-athletes on how high school sports impacted their lives."
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