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SCHEDULE SET FOR 2014 CIF STATE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP BOWL GAMES PRESENTED BY FARMERS

by / Tuesday, 16 December 2014 / Published in News

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Seven of Ten Teams Returning to State Championship Bowl Games

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Following CIF State Regional Bowl Game play, the schedule is now

finalized for the 2014 CIF State Football Championship Bowl Games presented by Farmers.

The games will be held Friday-Saturday, December 19-20, at The StubHub Center in Carson

and will be broadcast LIVE and streamed online by Time Warner Cable. Seven of the 10 teams

participating will return to the State Championship Bowl Games, with a combined 20

appearances and 12 wins amongst those participating since the inception of the State Bowl

Games in 2006.

 

OPEN DIVISION: De La Salle, Concord vs. Centennial, Corona

Saturday, December 20, at 8:00 p.m.

De La Salle (13-0) is making their ninth appearance in as many years in the State

Championship Bowl Games. The Spartans will be playing in their sixth consecutive Open

Division game and vying for their fifth Open title after losing 20-14 to St. John Bosco last year.

Centennial (12-2) is making their fifth appearance in the State Bowl Games and second in the

Open Division title game. The Huskies will face De La Salle for the second time, after losing 48-

28 to the Spartans in the Open Division Championship in 2012.

 

DIVISION I: Folsom vs. Oceanside

Friday, December 19, at 8:00 p.m.

Folsom (15-0) defeated Grant 52-21 in the NorCal Division I game and is searching for their

second State Bowl Championship after winning the Division II title in 2010.

Oceanside (14-0) won the SoCal Division I game 37-22 over Edison. The Pirates are currently

2-0 in State Championship Bowl games taking the Division II title in 2007 and the Division I title

in 2009.

 

DIVISION II: Clayton Valley Charter, Concord vs. Redlands East Valley

Saturday, December 20, at 4:00 p.m.

Clayton Valley Charter (15-0) is making their first State Championship Bowl Game appearance

after a 28-7 victory over Oakdale in the NorCal Division II game.

Redlands East Valley (14-1) defeated Ridgeview 59-42 in the SoCal Division II game and is also

making their first State Bowl Game appearance.

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DIVISION III: Campolindo, Moraga vs. El Capitan, Lakeside

Saturday, December 20, at 12:00 p.m.

Campolindo (15-0) defeated Sutter 35-14 in the NorCal Division III game and is making their

second State Bowl Championship appearance after accepting the runner-up title in the 2011

Division III game.

El Capitan (14-0) is making their first State Championship Bowl Game appearance after

defeating Paso Robles 41-0 in the SoCal Division III Championship.

 

DIVISION IV: Central Catholic, Modesto vs. St. Margaret’s, San Juan Capistrano

Friday, December 19, at 4:00 p.m.

Central Catholic (11-3) defeated Capital Christian 35-14 in the NorCal Division IV game and will

be playing for their third consecutive Division IV State Bowl Game crown. The Raiders are 2-1

all-time in State Bowl games.

St. Margaret’s (15-0) won the SoCal Division IV crown with a 48-21 victory over Christian. The

Tartans return to the Division IV State Championship Bowl Game, for the second time, after

claiming the title in 2008.

 

TICKET INFORMATION

Tickets for the 2014 CIF State Football Championship Bowl Games Presented by Farmers are

available at participating schools, StubHub Center Box Office, and StubHubCenter.com

Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for high school students (with a valid ASB card), seniors

(65+) and children. All tickets are for general admission seating and are valid for all games

on a single day. Two tickets would be required in order to attend at least one game on each

day.

 

BROADCAST INFORMATION

Television

Time Warner Cable will broadcast all five contests LIVE. All Friday games will air on TWC

Community and all Saturday games will air on TWC SportsNet.

Additionally, Time Warner Cable will stream the games LIVE on www.TWCcommunity.com.

In Northern California, Comcast SportsNet will also carry all five games. Division I-IV will air

LIVE on Comcast SportsNet California and the Open Division game will air LIVE on Comcast

SportsNet Plus.

 

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