Extending back to the first published report of a game from 1873 to the present, this book presents high school football in a manner never done before. One of the many stories featured recounts how the late Charlie Wedemeyer, former coach at Los Gatos High who suffered from ALS, called plays by having his wife read his lips and then give the plays to assistant coach Butch Cattolico. Cal-Hi Sports editor Mark Tennis mixes amazing anecdotes and interviews with the many who've experienced California high school football from every imaginable angle.
SubtitleAmazing Stories on the Gridiron from San Diego to the Golden Gate and Everywhere In Between
Published7 August 2018
Dimensions5.50 x 8.25in.
About the author
Mark Tennis has been watching California high school football games since 1973 when he was in the ninth grade in Sacramento. He co-founded Cal-Hi Sports with his late uncle, Nelson Tennis, in 1979. Since then, he has been editor of Cal-Hi Sports first as a newsletter and to its current website CalHiSports.com. Tennis also has edited and helped compile seven California high school sports record books and was editor of the national Student Sports Magazine for eleven years (1993-2004). He was inducted into the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Hall of Fame along with Nelson as the first two media members in 2010.