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Joe Davidson Tuesday, August 26 2014

The CIF announced Monday the top team in Northern California and the best from Southern California will receive automatic bids to the CIF State Open Division championship game in Carson without having to play in regional title games. This is especially welcomed news in the Sac-Joaquin Section and for programs such as The Bee’s top-ranked Folsom, suddenly with an extra bounce in its step.

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