About James H. Williams

Reporter covering local area sports for the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, San Bernardino Sun, and Redlands Daily Facts newspapers.

Kyle Garlick has big day for the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes

Cal Poly Pomona alumnus Kyle Garlick put the minor leagues on notice Monday in the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes’ Cal League victory over the Lancaster Jethawks, 12-5.Ryan Garlick

The Los Angeles Dodgers’ prospect went 4 for 5 with three home runs and six RBIs for the Quakes.

Rancho Cucamonga remain in a tie at the top of the league standings with the High Desert Mavericks, who defeated the Inland Empire 66ers, 4-1, on the road.


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Local talent contribute to Division 1 programs as freshman early


Zoe CasasAquinas graduate Zoe Casas played in a doubleheader for the Florida State softball team on Saturday against North Carolina.

In Game 1, Casas hit a 2-run home run, the first of her college career, for the Seminoles in the 9-6 victory over the Tar Heels.

While the freshman did not record a hit in Game 2, she did score a run in the winning effort over the Tar Heels.

Tannon SnowTannon Snow, a graduate of Chino Hills High School, went 1 for 2 with a run for the University of Washington softball team in its 10-8 loss to UCLA.

Snow went 1 for 3 for two runs and a 3-run home run in the sixth inning against the Bruins on March 24. It was her third home run of the season. The Chino Hills grad would go 0 for 3 on March 25 in the second of the three game series.



Freshman left handed pitcher Kyle Robeniol did not get the win Saturday in Oregon’s 7-4 loss to PAC-12 rival Washington but he was not the scheduled starter either.

Kyle RobeniolIn what was his second collegiate start on the mound, the Ducks’ pitcher had a quick turn around from his first start on Tuesday against Seattle University.

The Los Osos alumnus filled in for scheduled starter David Peterson after he was unable to pitch due to an illness.

Robeniol pitched 4 1/3 innings against the Huskies, giving up three runs on four hits while striking out three.

Against Seattle, the freshman pitched 3 innings, again allowing three runs on four hits.

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Quincy Brewer earns 200th win as SBVC coach

Quincy Brewer concluded 2015 with victory No. 200 as the head coach of the San Bernardino Valley men’s basketball program, following the 71-66 win over LA Harbor in Quincy Brewerthe Imperial Valley Tournament Championship Game on Dec. 30.

Brewer has been the coach of the program for seven and a half years.

The team has won its last eight games and sit at 19-2 overall as of Jan. 2, 2016.

The Wolverines are scheduled to begin Foothill Conference play on Jan. 9 at home against Victor Valley College.

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