CIF Sac-Joaquin Section

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CIF Sac-Joaquin Section
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Abbreviation CIF-SJS
Type NPO
Legal status Association
Purpose Athletic
Region served
Northern California
Affiliations California Interscholastic Federation
Website www.cifsjs.org

The Sac-Joaquin Section (SJS) is the governing body of public and private high school athletics in parts of Northern San Joaquin Valley, California. Its geographic area also covers the California portion of the Lake Tahoe region; however, three schools in that area—North Tahoe, Truckee, and South Tahoe High Schools—are instead members of the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association due to their relative isolation from other California schools and their proximity to more populated areas in Nevada, especially in the Reno area. It is one of ten sections that compose the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF). The SJS is split into seven divisions, each comprising several leagues.[1]

Section structure[edit]

The section is governed by a board of managers, whose voting members include representatives from member leagues, superintendents, school board associations and private schools. There are 174 member schools, assigned to leagues or conferences according to NCS Alignment and Classification Bylaws developed by the schools.

Divisions and conferences[edit]

Division I[edit]

Delta League (Delta)[edit]

Modesto Metro Conference (MMC)[edit]

Monticello Empire League (MEL)[edit]

San Joaquin Athletic Assoc (SJAA)[edit]

Sierra Foothill League (SFL)[edit]

Tri-City Athletic League (TCAL)[edit]

Division II[edit]

Capital Valley Conference (CVC)[edit]

Metropolitan Conference (Metro)[edit]

  • Burbank
  • Florin
  • Johnson
  • Kennedy
  • Laguna Creek
  • McClatchy
  • Sacramento
  • Valley

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Solano County Athletic Conference (SCAC)[edit]

Division III[edit]

Capital Athletic League (CAL)[edit]

Tri-County Conference (TCC)[edit]

Valley Oak League (VOL)[edit]

Division IV[edit]

Pioneer Valley League (PVL)[edit]

Sierra Valley Conference (SVC)[edit]

  • Cordova
  • El Dorado
  • Galt
  • Liberty Ranch
  • Rosemont
  • Union Mine

Western Athletic Conference (WAC)[edit]

Division V[edit]

Golden Empire League (GEL)[edit]

Mother Lode League (MLL)[edit]

Trans Valley League (TVL)[edit]

Division VI[edit]

  • Central Valley California League (CVCL)
  • Sierra Delta League (SDL)
  • Southern League (SL)

Division VII[edit]

Central California Athletic Alliance (CCAA)[edit]

  • Big Valley Christian
  • Brookside Christian
  • Elliot Christian
  • Millennium
  • ROP Sierra Ridge (boys only)
  • Stone Ridge Christian
  • Turlock Christian
  • VA Excel Academy

Mountain Valley League (MVL)[edit]

  • Delta Charter
  • Don Pedro
  • Holt Academy
  • Hughes Academy
  • Lodi Academy
  • Mountain Oaks
  • Stockton Christian
  • Tioga

Northern Pacific Athletic Conference (NPAC)[edit]

  • Freedom Christian
  • Lutheran
  • New Life Christian
  • Trinity Prep.
  • Western Sierra

Sacramento Metropolitan Athletic League (SMAL)[edit]

  • Buckingham Charter
  • Cristo Rey
  • Faith Christian
  • Sacramento Adventist
  • Sacramento Country Day
  • Valley Christian
  • Wilton Christian

Div. VII Football Conferences[edit]

Small school, football only division

Sacramento Metropolitan Athletic League (SMAL)[edit]

  • Cristo Rey
  • Delta
  • Foresthill
  • Valley Christian
  • Woodland Christian

Central California Athletic Alliance (CCAA)[edit]

  • Big Valley Christian
  • Brookside Christian
  • Elliot Christian
  • Millennium
  • ROP/Sierra Ridge
  • Stone Ridge Christian

Section Championships[edit]

The following is a list of the top-10 schools in the section in order of team championships won:[3][needs update]

  1. Davis (109)
  2. Jesuit (99)
  3. St. Francis (77)
  4. Rio Americano (74)
  5. Placer (54)
  6. Vacaville (53)
  7. St. Mary's (51)
  8. Ponderosa (50)
  9. Central Catholic (47)
  10. Del Campo (45)

References[edit]

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