Citrus QB Larry Cutbirth headed for Louisiana

Citrus College quarterback Larry Cutbirth has made a decision on a four-year school. The Etiwanda High School product is headed to Division 1-AA Southeastern Louisiana.

“The facilities there are amazing,” he said. “The coaching staff has a lot of energy and the whole community really welcomed me and rallies around their football team.”

Last season Cutbirth threw for 2,513 yards and 18 touchdowns with 13 interceptions in 10 games for the Owls. He was first in the National Division Central Conference in yards per game and second in touchdown passes.

He also had a stellar freshman season throwing for 2,459 yards and 27 touchdowns in 11 games.

He had a handful of Division I schools interested and had an offer from San Diego State but the timeline didn’t quite work out. The schools wanted him in January but he won’t be done at Citrus until next month.

The Lions are coming off a 9-4 season and back-to-back titles in the Southlands Conference.

Cutbirth is looking to get some playing time right away.

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Citrus College football players announce college decisions

Two football players from Citrus College have decided their next step.

Sophomore defensive lineman Willard “Trent” Williams will move on to Southeastern Louisiana while sophomore linebacker Dorrin Turner will head to Houston Baptist University.

Williams was a two-time All-Southern California Football Association Central League Honorable Mention honoree, earning the honors after standout freshman and sophomore campaigns.

In two seasons, Williams racked up 58 career tackles, 42 of which came during his sophomore season. He totaled 5.5 career tackles for a loss, with a break-up and a blocked kick.

Turner meanwhile was a second team All-Central League honoree as a freshman in 2012, sat out the 2013 season, and then returned again in 2014 without missing a beat, being named an Honorable Mention honoree.

Turner accumulated 116 total tackles in two seasons, including 64 in 2014. He notched 3.5 sacks, 19 tackles for a loss, forced a pair of fumbles, has seven career break-ups, and an interception.

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Postseason honors out in community college football

Victor Valley College quarterback Paul Mroz won Offensive Player of the Year.

Here is the complete rundown on post-season accolades in the American Division Mountain Conference:

Offensive Player of Year: Paul Mroz, Soph., QB, Victor Valley
Defensive Player of Year: John Willimas, Soph., DT, Mt. San Jacinto
Coach of Year: Dave Hoover, Victor Valley

First team offense
C Mike Kuheleloa, Soph., Southwestern
G Evan Robinson, Soph., Victor Valley
G Junior Ramirez, Soph., Southwestern
T De’Arius Young, Soph., San Bernardino Valley
T Gabe Casellas, Soph., Southwestern
TE Tyler Henderson, Soph., Mt. San Jacinto
WR Isaiah Gibbs, Soph., San Bernardino Valley
WR Jaron Johnson, Soph., Mt. San Jacinto
WR Kevin Mills, Soph., Southwestern
RB Shawn Williams, Fr., Victor Valley
RB Eddy Williams, Soph., Mt,. San Jacinto
QB Luis Perez, Fr., Mt. San Jacinto
PK James Liker, Fr., Victor Valley
UT Jovany Aris, College of Desert, Fr.

Second team offense
C Fabian Leos, Soph., Victor Valley
G Tyler Simonsen, Fr. San Bernardino Valley
G Alfonso Cid, Fr., East Los Angeles
T Kentabius Traylor, Soph., Victor Valley
T Eric Swanson, Fr., College of Desert
TE Tony Jackson, Fr., Southwestern
WR Devonte Miller, Fr., Victor Valley
WR Sergio Bailey, Fr., Southwestern
WR Jonathan Major, Soph., East Los Angeles
RB Kendrick Dorn, Soph., San Bernardino Valley
RB Diego Rodriguez, Soph., Southwestern
QB Brandon Diaz, Fr., San Diego Mesa
PK Jesus Miranda, Fr., College of Desert
UT Malik Kimbrough, Fr., Southwestern

First team defense
DT Erich Pili, Soph., College of Desert
DT Sean Fuimaono, Soph., Southwestern
DE Douglas Subtyl, Fr., Victor Valley
DE Mike Molina, Soph., Southwestern
ILB Melvin Robinson, Soph., Victory Valley
ILB Maurice Simmons, Soph., ECC-Compton
OLB Dee Bowler, Fr., Victor Valley
OLB Lasaga Fuga, Fr., Southwestern
CB Jay Knowles, Fr., Victor Valley
CB Tareq Abulebbeh, Fr., San Diego Mesa
S Isias Calderon, Soph., College of Desert
S Dominique Williams, Soph., Victor Valley
P Jeremiah Rideaux, Soph., ECC-Compton
KR Ronald Gaither, Fr., Mt. San Jacinto

Second team defense
DT Siala Siliga, Fr., San Bernardino Vallewy
DT George Obialo, Fr., Mt. San Jacinto
DE Anthony Cheatum, Soph., East Los Angeles
DE EJ Parnell, Soph., San Diego Mesa
ILB Blake Wilson, Soph., Southwestern
ILB DeAndrea Nelson, Soph., East Los Angeles
OLB Darian Porter, Fr., Mt San Jacinto
OLB Stefa Kirkland, Fr., San Bernardino Valley
CB Brandon Ward, Soph., ECC-Compton
CB Angel Delgado, Soph., San Bernardino Valley
S Ronald Gaither, Soph., Mt. San Jacinto
S Dorsey Norris, Soph., Southwestern
P Cody Madson, Soph., San Bernardino Valley
KR Aaron Bartosek, Fr., East Los Angeles

Offensive Player of Year:
Denzel Foster, Soph., Riverside
Defensive Player of Year: AJ Hotchkins, Fr., Riverside
Coach of Year: Tom Craft, Riverside

First team offense
C Will Vansmooreenbury, Soph., Riverside
G Patrick Scoggins, Soph., Long Beach
G Dwayne Wallace, Fr., Riverside
T Cameron James, Soph., Chaffey
T Samuel Edmondson, Soph., Mt. SAC
TE Calyton Granch, Soph., Long Beach
WR Marquis Wimberly, Fr., Chaffey
WR Josiah Blandin, Soph., Long Beach
WR Derrick Mason, Soph., Mt. SAC
RB Anterio Bateman, Fr., Long Beach
RB Omaris Tolbert, Soph., Mt. SAC
QB Justin Alo, Soph., Mt. SAC
QB Kenny Potter, Soph., Long Beach
PK Jimmy Camacho, Fr., Riverside

Second team offense
C Herman Kanoa, Fr., Chaffey
G Daniel Hubbard, Soph., Chaffey
G Colby Weist Soph., Mt. SAC
T Leo Duimaono, Soph., LA Harbor
T David Servatius, Soph., Long Beach
TE Ryan Ramirez, Soph., Riverside
WR Patrick Smith, Fr., Citrus
WR DeQuan Hampton, Soph., Long Beach
WR Chris Gilchrist, Soph., Mt. SAC
WR Isaac whitney, Soph., Riverside
RB Tyler Telphy, Soph., Chaffey
RB Darren Walker,ASoph., LA Harbor
QB Larry Cutbirth, Soph., Citrus
QB Nick King, Soph., Riverside
PK Eddie Garcia, Soph., El Camino
UT Justin Martin, Soph., Citrus

First team defense
DT Jason Fao, Fr., Long Beach
DT Lolani Fa’aloua, Soph., Mt. SAC
DT Miki Fangatua, Soph., Riverside
DE Kenneth Davis, Fr., El Camino
DE Devante Wilson, Soph., Riverside
ILB Tusamoa Magalei, Soph., Mt. SAC
ILB Matt Rowe, Fr., Long Beach
OLB Sitveni Tamaivena, Fr,. Soph.
OLB Jonah Moi, Soph., Riverside
CB Tyquwan Glass, Soph., Mt. SAC
CB Ray Ford, Soph., Riverside
S London Iakopo, Fr., Long Beach
S Terin Solomon, Fr., Riverside
P Anthony Zamora, Soph., Riverside
KR Justin Martin, Soph., Citrus

Second team defense
DT Mataele Kauvaka, Fr., Chaffey
DT Chris Lewis, Soph., Riverside
DE Jessie Clark, Soph., LA Harbor
DE Joshua Allen, Fr., Long Beach
DE Scotty Fao, Fr., Long Beach
DE Jeremiah Mitchell, Fr., Riverside
ILB Azizulliah Fifita, Fr., El Camino
ILB Shawn Stephens, Soph., LA Harbor
OLB Ralph Harvey, Soph., El Camino
OLB Joshua Thomas, Soph., Long Beach
CB Dane Cruikshank, Soph., Citrus
CB Cory Butler, Soph., LA Habor
S Toure Boyd, Soph., Chaffey
S Marquice O’Leary, Soph., Citrus
S Mikey Jurado, Soph., El Camino
S Chis Solomon, Soph., Mt. SAC
P Tanner Blain, Soph., El Camino
P Christian Fulham, Fr., Mt. SAC
KR Cecil Fleming, Fr., Chaffey

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