All-Foothill Conference Women’s Basketball Selections

Player of the Year - Norissa Sanders, San Bernardino Valley
Coach of the Year - Sue Crebbin, San Bernardino Valley

First team
Michelle Agbara, San Bernardino Valley, Soph.
Klarissa Ayala, Rio Hondo, Soph.
Ebony Black-Smith, Barstow, Fresh.
Juanita Cervantes, Desert, Soph.
Mary Galindo, Victor Valley, Soph.
Christal Jeff, San Bernardino Valley, Soph.
Megan Miles, Soph., Barstow
Shannon Moore, Chaffey, Soph.
Summer Ramsey, San Bernardino Valley, Soph.
Shelvena Turner, Rio Hondo, Soph.
Mary Windom, Chaffey, Soph.

Second team
Raven Dixon, Chaffey, Soph.
Breanna Fraser, Barstow, Soph.
Ashley McLeod, San Bernardino Valley, Soph.
Evelyn Ramirez, Rio Hondo, Soph.
Tabatha Shelton, Victor Valley, Soph.
Emily Underwood, Desert, Soph.

All-Foothill Conference Men’s Basketball Team

Gerry Blakes

Co-Coaches of Year -  Quincy Brewer, San Bernardino Valley; Mike Lowe, Rio Hondo
Player of Year - Gerry Blakes, San Bernardino Valley, Soph.

First team
Adom Jacko, Chaffey, Soph.
Kevin Lawson, Victor Valley, Soph.
Leo Maidana, Rio Hondo, Fresh.
Javone Rabon, Barstow, Fresh.
Keith Smith, San Bernardino Valley, Soph.

Second team
Shawn Benn, Rio Hondo, Fresh.
Charles Callison, San Bernardino Valley, Fresh.
Tymarieh Dixon, San Bernardino Valley, Soph.
John Gilliam, Chaffey, Soph.
Kimani Lane, Victor Valley, Fresh.
Julina Nichols, Chaffey, Soph.

Chaffey men No. 2 in state JC poll

Here are the new state and regional basketball polls with a lot of local representation:

STATE POLL
1. Fresno City (18-1)
2. Chaffey (18-3)
3. San Francisco (17-1)
4. Antelope Valley (16-3)
5. Santa Rosa (9-6)
6. Mt. San Jacinto (12-3)
7. Saddleback (15-3)
8. Yuba (10-4)
9. San Bernardino Valley (17-6)
10. Chabot (15-3)
11. Cosumnes River (14-4)
12. Irvine Valley (17-1)
13. Foothill (9-7)
14. Cuesta (13-7)
15. Citrus (9-4)
16. Ohlone (15-3)
17. Diablo Valley (13-3)
18. Cerritos (9-7)
19. Long Beach (10-6)
20. Cabrillo (11- 6)

South Regional
1. Chaffey
; 2. Antelope Valley; 3. Mt. San Jacinto; 4. Saddleback; 5. San Bernardino Valley; 6. Irvine Valley; 7. Cuesta; 8. Citrus; 9. Cerritos; 10. Long Beach; 11. Glendale; 12. East Los Angeles; 13. Pasadena; 14. LA Trade Tech; 15. tie, San Diego, Grossmont, Santa Ana.
Others – Canyons, LA Harbor, Imperial Valley, Miramar

New JC state, regional women’s basketball poll are out

STATE POLL
1. Fresno (17-2)
2. Ventura (16-3)
3. Pasadena (13-4)
4. Long Beach (15-2)
5. Mt. SAC (14-4)
6. Sierra (13-4)
7. San Francisco (14-3)
8. Chaffey (15-4)
9. Sequoias (14-5)
10. San Joaquin Delta (12-5)
11. LA Valley (15-5)
12. Santa Rosa (10-7)
13. Cuesta (16-3)
14. Mt. San Jacinto (13-4)
15. Merced (12-7)
16. Solano (14-4)
17. Siskiyous (15-3)
18. East LA (11-6)
19. Citrus (11-5)
20. LA Pierce (13-6)

South Region poll
1. Ventura; 2. Pasadena; 3. Long Beach; 4. Mt. SAC; 5. Chaffey; 6. LA Valley; 7. Cuesta; 8. Mt. San Jacinto; 9. Citrus; 10. East LA; 11. LA Pierce; 12. Cypress; 13. San Bernardino Valley; 14. El Camino; 15., tie, Moorpark and Orange Coast.
Dropped out – Irvine Valley, Santa Ana
Received votes – Cerritos, Canyons, Irvine Valley, Saddleback, Santa Ana, Santa Barbara.

North Region poll
1. Fresno; 2. Sierra; 3. Santa Rosa; 4. San Francisco; 5. San Joaquin Delta; 6. Sequoias; 7. Merced; 8. Solano; 9. Siskiyous; 10. Cosumnes River; 11. Ohlone; 12. Diablo Valley; 13. American River; 14. De Anza; 15. Contra Costa.

Local leads Hawaii Pacific men’s basketball team

Justin Long, a graduate of Rancho Cucamonga High School and Chaffey College, is having quite a season with the men’s basketball team at NCAA Division II Hawaii Pacific.

Long is averaging 18.6 points and 4.7 rebounds. That scoring average is second in the Pac West Conference. His .936 free-throw percentage is also first.

His trademark long-distance shooting has been stellar. He has hit 23 of 46 tries.

Long scored 35 points for HPU in an 82-75 win over University of British Columbia on Wednesday.

Last month Long earned conference player of the week honors for his showing in a 79-69 win over BYU-Hawaii in which he tallied 19 points and seven rebounds.

Chaffey College product earns NAIA weekly honor

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D’on Hall, a product of Chaffey College, has been named Mid-South Conference Player of the Week.

Hall, who plays at Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia, Ky., scored a career-high 20 points, going 9-of-9 from the line in 33 minutes against No. 14-ranked Philander Smith (Ark.) on Sunday.

He hit six straight free-throws in the final 1:47 to secure the Blue Raiders 72-59 win over the Panthers. Hall finished the game with four assists, three steals and five rebounds.

On the season, Hall is averaging 10.3 points and 4.2 rebounds per game. Hall has the third most points on the team with 113 and the fourth most rebounds with 46. Hall is second on the team in assists (23) and steals (12).

Hall has scored double-digits in seven of the teams 11 games this season and has not missed a free-throw shot since November 29 against Life (Ga.). Hall is 21-of-21 from the line since then and is shooting a team-high 87.9 percent from the line this season.

Chaffey player headed North

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Chaffey College sophomore forward Pape Seck has made a verbal commitment to NCAA Division II Simon Fraser University in Canada.

Seck, a native of Senegal, will joins a squad that includes junior guards Sango Niang and Justin Cole, who played at Chaffey last year with Seck on a team that finished as state runner-up.

Seck is averaging 3.3 points and 3.4 rebounds in 11 minutes per game and is seen as an athlete raw in experience but with great potential.

 

Men’s soccer All-Foothill Conference team announced

The Foothill Conference Men’s soccer team

Player of the Year – Edward Maya, Rio Hondo
Coach of the Year – Orlando Brenes, Rio Hondo
Conference champion – Rio Hondo

FIRST TEAM
Jaime Ayala, Rio Hondo
Austin Burker, Victor Valley
Jason Canahai, San Bernardino Valley
Alfonso Cano, San Bernardino Valley
Alejandro Casas, Rio Hondo
Alejandro Chable, College of the Desert
Jacob Davies, Chaffey
Daniel Edwards, College of the Desert
Ameer Hamden, Victor Valley
Miguel Mendoza, Rio Hondo
Mario Montiel, San Bernardino Valley
Adam Ruiz, Chaffey
Quincee Worrell, Chaffey
Amisraim Valdez, Rio Hondo

SECOND TEAM
Nicolas Andrade, Rio Hondo
Eric Barranco, Rio Hondo
Peter Fregoso, Chaffey
Omar Garibay, College of the Desert
Jason Goicochea, San Bernardino Valley
Francisco Hernandez, Chaffey
Samuel Howard, Victor Valley
Cameron Hunter, Chaffey
Erick Magana, Rio Hondo
Pedro Rodriguez, College of the Desert
Robert Rodriguez, San Bernardino Valley
Edzon Sandoval, Victor Valley
Majoto Shoji, Rio Hondo
Alexander Turkson, San Bernardino Valley

Week 9 Community college football scores

NATIONAL NORTHERN CONFERENCE
Bakersfield 17, Allan Hancock 14
Canyons 27, Cerritos 23
Ventura 37, Pasadena 27
NATIONAL CENTRAL CONFERENCE
Citrus 58, Long Beach 31
Mt. San Antonio 56, El Camino 28
Riverside 40, Desert 0

NATIONAL SOUTHERN CONFERENCE
Fullerton 63, Orange Coast 21
Saddleback 53, Grossmont 42
Santa Ana 28, Palomar 7
AMERICAN MOUNTAIN CONFERENCE
Southwestern 31, Victor Valley 30
East Los Angeles 48, Compton 7
Chaffey 40, San Diego Mesa 6
San Bernardino Valley 48, Mt. San Jacinto 30
AMERICAN PACIFIC CONFERENCE

Antelope Valley 48, Los Angeles Southwest 3
West Los Angeles 32, Los Angeles Valley 27
Glendale 24, Santa Barbara 17
NORCAL CONFERENCE
Butte 84, Foothill 7
San Francisco 40, Santa Rosa 17
San Mateo 52, De Anza 28
VALLEY CONFERENCE
American River 40, Sequoias 21
Fresno 44, Modesto 23
San Joaquin Delta 35, Sierra 32 (OT)
GOLDEN GATE CONFERENCE
Chabot 49, West Hills 16
Laney 49, Reedley 28
MID-EMPIRE CONFERENCE
Diablo Valley 27, Sacramento 8
Siskiyous 15, Feather River 14
BAY VALLEY CONFERENCE
Contra Costa 30, Redwoods 0
Los Medanos 25, Yuba 10
Shasta 61, Mendocino 28
COAST CONFERENCE
Cabrillo 59, West Valley 35
Hartnell 70, Gavilan 35
Monterey Peninsula 52, San Jose 30

Week 9 – JC football scores

Southern California 
NATIONAL NORTHERN CONFERENCE
Canyons 35, Moorpark 17S
Cerritos 42, Bakersfield 24
Ventura 28, Allan Hancock 20
           NATIONAL CENTRAL CONFERENCE
Citrus 42, El Camino 28
Desert 29, Los Angeles Harbor 17
Mt. San Antonio 43, Long Beach 35
            NATIONAL SOUTHERN  CONFERENCE
Fullerton 79, Grossmont 44
Golden West 52, Orange Coast 7
Saddleback 45, Palomar 17
            AMERICAN MOUNTAIN CONFERENCE
Chaffey 41, East Los Angeles 0
San Bernardino Valley 46, San Diego Mesa 13
Southwestern 42, Mt. San Jacinto 6
Victor Valley 52, Compton 0
            AMERICAN PACIFIC CONFERENCE
Glendale 28, Los Angeles Valley 11
Los Angeles Pierce 22, Antelope Valley 13
Los Angeles Southwest 23, West Los Angeles 19
Santa Monica 38, Santa Barbara 17
Northern California
   NORCAL CONFERENCE
Butte 28, San Mateo 20
San Francisco 35, Foothill 0
Santa Rosa 35, De Anza 31
           VALLEY CONFERENCE
Fresno 44, San Joaquin Delta 28
Modesto 43, American River 42
Sierra 41, Sequoias 28
GOLDEN GATE CONFERENCE
Laney 64, Merced 35
West Hills 39, Reedley 30
MID-EMPIRE CONFERENCE
Siskiyous 24, Diablo Valley 21 (OT)
BAY VALLEY CONFERENCE
Contra Costa 48, Mendocino 19
Los Medanos 42, Redwoods 19
Shasta 58, Yuba 23
COAST CONFERENCE
Cabrillo 32, Monterey Peninsula 22
Gavilan 42, West Valley 10
Hartnell 34, San Jose 7
           NON-CONFERENCE
Feather River 47, Chabot 14