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NCS TEAM CHAMPIONS

                   
North Coast Section staff is in the process of updating championship records throughout the history of our section. Thanks for your patience.
                   
Click on the classification winner for a given year to see complete results. (Last updated: 12/8/15 KS)
                   
YEAR Open Division I Division II Division III Division IV Division V 8-Person
 2018 De La Salle San Ramon Valley Bishop O'Dowd Vacated Fortuna Middletown Branson
2017

De La Salle

49er Cal-Hi Sports Highlights

Liberty

49er Cal-Hi Sports Highlights

Campolindo

49er Cal-Hi Sports Highlights

Marin Catholic Fortuna St. Patrick/St. Vincent  
2016 De La Salle Monte Vista Campolindo Bishop O'Dowd Cardinal Newman St. Patrick/St. Vincent  
2015   De La Salle Clayton Valley Charter Campolindo Marin Catholic St. Bernard Academy  
2014   De La Salle Clayton Valley Charter Campolindo Justin-Siena Salesian  
2013   De La Salle Miramonte El Cerrito St. Mary's Salesian  
2012   De La Salle Clayton Valley Charter Marin Catholic Justin-Siena Ferndale  
2011   De La Salle Windsor Campolindo Salesian Hoopa Valley  
2010   De La Salle Concord Cardinal Newman Salesian Hoopa Valley  
2009   De La Salle Eureka Marin Catholic Fort Bragg St. Elizabeth  
2008   De La Salle Cardinal Newman Encinal Justin-Siena St. Vincent de Paul  
    4A East Bay  3A 2A Class B  Class A   
2007   De La Salle San Ramon Valley Novato St. Elizabeth Ferndale  
2006   De La Salle Cardinal Newman Novato VACATED St. Patrick/St. Vincent  
    4A East Bay  3A East Bay  3A Redwood Empire  2A East Bay  2A Redwood Empire  Class B  Class A   
2005   De La Salle Las Lomas  Cardinal Newman Ygnacio Valley  Novato St. Vincent  Salesian  
2004   De La Salle San Ramon Valley Montgomery Bishop O'Dowd  Terra Linda  Point Arena  Justin-Siena  
2003   De La Salle Las Lomas Eureka Miramonte Marin Catholic St. Bernard Catholic  Justin-Siena  
2002   De La Salle Monte Vista Rancho Cotate Las Lomas Novato Tomales Ferndale  
2001   De La Salle Monte Vista Rancho Cotate Miramonte San Marin Tomales Middletown  
2000   De La Salle Foothill Montgomery Miramonte Fortuna St. Bernard Catholic Justin-Siena  
1999   De La Salle Ygnacio Valley Ukiah Foothill Ft. Bragg Calistoga Middletown  
1998   De La Salle Bishop O'Dowd Marin Catholic Miramonte Healdsburg Tomales Clear Lake  
    4A 3A 2A East Bay  2A Redwood Empire  Class B  Class A   
1997   De La Salle Bishop O'Dowd Miramonte Marin Catholic Ferndale Middletown  
1996   De La Salle Montgomery Alhambra Cardinal Newman Ferndale Ft. Bragg  
1995   The 4A Classification was implemented in 1996. Previous to 1996 the largest schools in NCS competed in the 3A Classification.  De La Salle Granada Cardinal Newman Tomales Ft. Bragg  
1994   De La Salle Foothill Marin Catholic Ferndale Ft. Bragg  
1993   De La Salle Foothill Marin Catholic St. Vincent Ft. Bragg  
1992   De La Salle Las Lomas San Marin Ferndale Upper Lake  
1991   Pittsburg Alhambra Healdsburg Ferndale Willits  
1990   De La Salle Alhambra San Rafael * Menlo  
    3A 2A Class B  Class A  
1989   De La Salle Marin Catholic * McKinleyville  
1988   De La Salle Kennedy (Richmond) * Lower Lake  
1987   Monte Vista De Anza * Upper Lake  
1986   De La Salle Campolindo * Valley Christian  
    3A 2A Champion 2A North 2A South Class B Class A  
1985   Pittsburg De La Salle Marin Catholic De La Salle*  * Cloverdale  
1984   Kennedy De La Salle Cardinal Newman De La Salle*  St. Vincent Ferndale  
1983   Monte Vista Miramonte Cardinal Newman  Miramonte* Tomales Menlo  
    3A 3A Redwood Empire 2A South Class B Class A  
1982   Monte Vista Cardinal Newman De La Salle Kelseyville Menlo  
1981   Monte Vista San Marin Miramonte Menlo Ferndale  
1980   Pittsburg Terra Linda Encinal Upper Lake Ferndale  
1979   Pinole Valley Terra Linda Hayward Kelseyville Ft. Bragg  
1978   Pinole Valley Fortuna Alameda Calistoga Ferndale  
1977   Mission San Jose Petaluma San Lorenzo * St. Helena  
1976   Pinole Valley Cardinal Newman Piedmont * St. Bernard Catholic  
1975   Pinole Valley Cardinal Newman Alhambra * Ferndale  
NCS Championships were not conducted from 1931 through 1974. According to Paul Gaddini, NCS Commissioner of Athletics from 1972 to 2000, on October 31, 1972, Robert Boehme, Principal of Calistoga High School, requested that North Coast Section conduct championship competition in team sports. Subsequently, a committee consisting of Sam Zackheim, Principal, Monte Vista H.S., Will Sawyer, former Principal, John F. Kennedy H.S. - Fremont, Jim Hanretty, Principal, Tamalpais-Mill Valley, Rich Abel, former Athletic Director, Richmond H.S., and Robert Boehme were appointed to study Section Playoffs. The committee worked in conjunction with separate coaches committees representing various team sports. Based on the recommendation and work by the committee the NCS Board of Managers approved football playoffs at its January 18, 1975 meeting and reaffirmed that decision at its May 3, 1975 meeting. Apparently it was a close vote, and the deciding vote to resume NCS Football Playoffs was cast by then NCS President Dutch Williams, representing the Alameda County Athletic League. The rest is now our history. 
  Southern Class Northern Class
1930 Berkeley (Berkeley 40, Monterey 0) Game was played December 6th at Monterey High School.  Santa Rosa (Santa Rosa 18, Eureka 6) Game was played December 6th at Albee Stadium, Eureka. 
1929 Berkeley (Berkeley 6, Palo Alto 0) Game was played December 7th at Memorial Stadium, Berkeley.  Eureka (Eureka 9, Vallejo 7 OT) Game was played December 7th at Vallego High School.
1928 Palo Alto (Palo Alto 6, Vallejo 0) Game was played December 8th at Stanford Stadium. 
1927 San Mateo (San Mateo 7, Berkeley 0) Game was played December 3rd at Memorial Stadium, Berkeley. 
1926 San Mateo (San Mateo 20, Berkeley 7) Game was played December 4th at Burlingame High School. 
1925 Salinas (Salinas 13, Berkeley 3) Game was played December 12th at Memorial Stadium, Berkeley. 
1924 Berkeley (Berkeley by forfeit)
1923 Lick-Wilmerding (Lick-Wilmerding 20, Berkeley 16) Game was played December 8th at Berkeley High School. 
1922 Berkeley (Berkeley 3, San Mateo 0) Game was played December 9th at San Mateo High School. 
1921 Berkeley (Berkeley 42, Palo Alto 0) Game was played December 10th at California Field, Berkeley. 
1920 Berkeley (Berkeley 53, Lick-Wilmerding 14) Game was played December 4th at Ewing Field, San Francisco. 
1919 Berkeley (Berkeley 116, Mountain View 0) Game was played November 22nd at Mtn. View High school. 
                   
*From 1983 through 1989 the 2A North and 2A South teams played to determine the 2A Champion.
Many thanks to John Zugnoni of Alameda for his assistance in development of this results page. Herb Dower also contributed information for this page.

 

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