Napa High School is among the top 30 football programs in the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section with the most wins since 2008, according to MaxPreps.com.
Napa, a member of the Monticello Empire League, is tied for 25th with a record of 39-18. Since 2004, the Indians’ record is 80-26-1.
Nine schools have won 50 or more games over the past five seasons, MaxPreps.com reported.
Escalon (59-8) and Folsom (59-9) are tied for first. Folsom has two Section titles and a state championship. Escalon has won a state title and a Section crown.
“By utilizing the MaxPreps database to get win totals over the past five seasons, we have concluded that Escalon and Folsom have been the most consistent and the most dominant amongst all Sac-Joaquin Section 11-man football teams,” MaxPreps.com said.
Oakdale is third, Inderkum-Sacramento is fourth and Central Catholic-Modesto is fifth.
St. Mary’s-Stockton, Grant-Sacramento, Granite Bay and Pleasant Grove-Ek Grove are tied for sixth. Placer-Auburn is 10th and Vacaville, which also plays in the MEL, is tied for 11th.
Napa is the 2007 Sac-Joaquin Section Division I champion.
The winningest program in the state since 2008 is De La Salle-Concord, which has gone 67-5 over that time with four state titles and five North Coast Section championships.
Second is Centennial-Corona at 65-8.
Chandler High leads all high schools in NFL Draft
A total of 236 high schools contributed to the 254 players selected in the seven rounds of the 2013 NFL Draft on April 25-27, USA Football announced. Chandler High School in Chandler, Ariz., led all high schools with three players selected.
Seventeen schools had at least two players selected.
The 2013 drafted rookies range from Punahou High School in Honolulu, Hawaii to Napa High School.
John Boyett, a former Napa High star who played free safety for the University of Oregon, was selected in the sixth round of last month’s draft by the Indianapolis Colts.
OTAs for Raiders
The first organized team activity session for the Oakland Raiders is on May 20 at the team’s training facility in Alameda.
The second OTA session is May 28 and the third OTA session is on June 3.
A mandatory mini-camp for the Raiders is June 11-13.
The tentative start date for training camp in Napa is July 25. The Raiders train at Redwood Middle School and stay at the Napa Valley Marriott.
Longtime executive Trask resigns from Raiders
Amy Trask resigned as the Oakland Raiders’ chief executive officer on Saturday. Trask spent 25 seasons with the organization, starting when the team was in Los Angeles.
Underwood joins Sunday Night Football on NBC
NBC has selected six-time Grammy Award-winner and multi-platinum recording artist Carrie Underwood to perform “Waiting All Day for Sunday Night,” the opening theme for Sunday Night Football on NBC.
Underwood, a country music superstar and the season-four winner of American Idol, makes her Sunday Night Football debut on Sept. 8 on NBC’s first SNF broadcast of the 2013 NFL season, as the Dallas Cowboys face the New York Giants. The opening theme will continue each week, kicking off Sunday Night Football every Sunday night throughout the NFL season on NBC.
Sunday Night Football averaged 21.8 million viewers during the 2012 season.