CAL POLY POMONA 5, SONOMA STATE 0 >> Christian Gonzalez Diaz scored three goals for the Broncos (11-2-3, 8-2-2) in the CCAA shutout against the Seawolves. Cal Poly Pomona will play at 7 p.m.Friday in the second round of the CCAA tournament.
CAL STATE SAN BERNARDINO 2, HUMBOLDT STATE 0 >> Jose Gonzalez and Diego Casillas each scored a goal for the Coyotes (4-9-3, 2-7-3) in the CCAA season finale victory over the Lumberjacks.
CAL STATE SAN BERNARDINO 2, HUMBOLDT STATE 1 >> Despite a first half lead by the Lumberjacks, Melanie Aguayo and Paige Kang each scored a goal in the second half to seal the season finale CCAA victory for the Coyotes (5-10-3, 4-7-1).
Men’s Cross Country
SCIAC CHAMPIONSHIPS >> Claremont-Mudd-Scripps won its fourth consecutive conference title. Benjamin Casey led the Redlands with a 30th place finish in the SCIAC Championships with a time of 27 minutes, 19.65 seconds on the 8K-course. The teams will compete Nov. 14 in the NCAA West Regional Championships.
Men’s Water Polo
REDLANDS 5, POMONA-PITZER 2 >> Matt Shippen scored two goals in the Senior Day victory for the Bulldogs (12-12, 3-2) in SCIAC play. Goalkeeper Chris Sekula had 13 saves for the Bulldogs. Redlands will play at 4 p.m.Wednesday against Cal Lutheran.
Women’s Cross Country
SCIAC CHAMPIONSHIPS >> Claremont-Mudd-Scripps won its sixth straight conference title. Redlands finished second overall in the event. Lauren Roberts was the Bulldogs’ top finisher in the SCIAC Championships with a time of 22 minutes, 49.48 seconds to finish second overall in the 6K-course race. The teams will compete Nov. 14 in the NCAA West Regional Championships.
CAL POLY POMONA 5, HUMBOLDT STATE 0 >> Christian Gonzalez Diaz scored two of the Broncos’ five goals in the CCAA shutout victory against the Lumberjacks. Kris Korich had one goal and two assists for the Broncos (10-2-3, 7-2-2). CPP will play at 2 p.m.Saturday against Sonoma State.
SONOMA STATE 2, CS SAN BERNARDINO 1 >> After a scoreless first half for the Coyotes (3-9-3, 1-7-3), a second half goal by Diego Mendoza forced the Coyotes and the Seawolves in overtime. It took two overtime periods before the Seawolves (3-9-3, 1-7-3) prevailed as the victor in CCAA play. CS San Bernardino will play at 11:30 a.m.Saturday against Humboldt State.
CAL POLY POMONA 2, HUMBOLDT STATE 1 >> The Broncos clinched a spot in the CCAA playoffs after a victory against the Lumberjacks. Daisy Buran scored a goal in the second half off an assist from Tori Tappero. CPP will play at 11:30 a.m.Saturday against Sonoma State.
SONOMA STATE 1, CS SAN BERNARDINO 0 >> The Seawolves’ Alex Sifuentes scored the lone goal that proved to be the difference in CCAA play against the Coyotes (4-10-3, 3-7-1). Goalkeeper Emily Whyte had five saves for the Coyotes in the loss. CS San Bernardino will play at 2 p.m.Saturday against Humboldt State.
Chaffey equipment manager Justin Caudill enlisted the help of ESPN sports reporter Shelley Smith for a cancer fund-raiser.
A fund-raiser at Chaffey College on Friday organized by Panthers equipment manager Justin Caudill raised $2,300 that will go toward funding mammograms for women in the Inland Empire.
Caudill enlisted the help of ESPN sports reporter of Shelley Smith who spoke to the crowd at the event and answered questions on her recent experience with the breast cancer as well as on her storied career.
It was a bit of a whirlwind week for Smith who was in San Francisco for the Seahawks-49ers game Thursday night and was in Los Angeles for a interview with Utah football coach Kyle Whittingham Friday night. She left immediately from that work obligation and raced to Chaffey.
After speaking a crowd of about 80 following Chaffey’s volleyball match against Victor Valley, she event went over to the football field and took in a quarter of the prep football game between Los Osos and Rancho Cucamonga.
“She couldn’t have been any nicer and easy to work with,” Caudill said. “It was a great event.”
It was the third fundraising undertaking for Caudill, whose mother is a 10-year survivor of the disease. His goal was $1,500 so he was pleased.
“I wanted to make more than we did last year and we did that so I am very happy,” he said. “I keep setting the bar higher.”