Community College football honors finally unveiled

2014 ALL-AMERICA TEAM
First team offense

TE Cole Hikutini, Soph., San Francisco
WR Zimari Manning, Soph., Golden West
WR William Mafi, Soph., San Joaquin Delta
WR Rafael Araujo-Lopes, Fr., Reedly
OL Samuel Edmonson, Soph., Mt. SAC
OL Dominique Harris, Soph., Butte
OL Cameron James, Soph., Chaffey
OL Malik Cervantes-Cuellar, Soph., San Francisco
OL Dwayne Wallace, Fr., Riverside
QB Chris d’Entremont, Soph., Golden West
RB Anthony Cota, Soph., Modesto
RB Denzel Foster, Soph., Riverside
KR Paul Harris, Soph., Ventura
AP Derrick Vickjers, Fr., Bakersfield
PK Jimmy Camacho, Riverside, Fr.
Offensive Player of Year – Chris d’Entremont, Golden West

First team defense
DL Mike Fangatua, Soph., Riverside
DL Tavita Faaiu, Soph., San Francisco
DL Devante Wilson, Soph., Riverside
DL Jordan Carrell, Soph., American River
LB Sitaveni Tamaievena, Fr., Mt. SAC
LB Patrick Miranda, Fr., Chabot
LB AJ Hotchkins, Soph., Riverside
LB Russell Williams, Fr., Sacramento
DB Dante Shipman, Soph., Glendale
DB Genesis Grimes, Soph., Sacramento
DB Shalom Luani, Soph., San Francisco
DB Jayshawn Lowe, Soph., Santa Monica
P Anthony Zamora, Soph., Riverside

Defensive Player of Year - Shalom Luani, San Francisco
Coach of Year - Bob Jastrab, Mt. SAC

ALL CALIFORNIA
First team Offense-Region III

TE Ainslie Johnson, Soph., Cerritos
TE Davasyia Hager, Fr., Orange Coast
TE Khalin Smith, Soph., Bakersfield
WR Marquise Johnson, Soph., Bakersfield
WR Zimari Manning, Fr., Golden West
WR Mark Munsen, Soph., Orange Coast
WR Derrick Macon, Soph., Mt. SAC
WR Tim White, Soph., Canyons
WR Marquise Wimberly, Fr., Chaffey
OL Matt Norman, Soph., Fullerton
OL Calvin Steyn, Soph., Saddleback
OL Cameron James, Soph., Chaffey
OL Samuel Edmonson, Soph., Mt. SAC
OL Greg Hughes, Soph., Ventura
OL Francisco Mendez, Soph., Allan Hancock
OL Dwayne Wallace, Fr., Riverside
QB Chris d’Entremont, Soph., Golden West
QB Justin Alo, Soph., Mt. SAC
RB Aaron Stanton, Soph., Ventura
RB Denzel Foster, Soph., Riverside
RB Anterio Bateman, Soph., Long Beach
RB Omaris Tolbert, Soph., Mt. SAC
KR Paul Harris, Soph., Ventura
KR Justin Martin, Soph., Citrus
AP Derrick Vickers, Fr., Bakersfield
PK Jimmy Camacho, Fr., Riverside

ALL CALIFORNIA
First team defense- Region III

DL Dylan Donahue, Soph., Palomar
DL Devante Wilson, Soph., Riverside
DL Kyle Kelly, Soph., Saddleback
DL Alex Jones, Soph., Cerritos
DL Miki Fangatua, Soph., Riverside
DL Lolani Fa’alova, Soph., Mt. SAC
ILB AJ Hotchkins, Fr., Riverside
ILB Tusamoa Magalei, Soph., Mt. SAC
ILB Price Miller, Soph., Golden West
OLB Sitveni Tamaievena, Fr., Mt. SAC
OLB Jonah Moi, Soph., Riverside
OLB Austin Wolff, Soph., Palomar
CB Ray Ford, Soph., Riverside
CB Isaiah Jackson, Soph., Ventura
CB Tyqewan Glass, Soph., Mt. SAC
CB Bryan Jones, Soph., Palomar
FS Jacob Anderson, Soph., Golden West
FS Terin Solomon, Fr., Riveside
FS London Iakopo, Fr., Long Beach
P Anthony Zamora, Soph., Riverside

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Pomona-Pitzer to host USA men’s national water polo match

Bret Bonanni and the Men's Senior National Team will take on Italy in a three game series

The United States national men’s water polo team will square off against Italy at 7 p.m. on Tuesday at Pomona-Pitzer’s Haldeman Pool.

Tickets for that match will be available on-site, available to USAWP members for $20 and non-members for $25. The match will also stream live on GoLivePolo.com.

The same teams battled to a 10-10 draw on Sunday in a match played at Newport Harbor High School.

Pomona-Pitzer coach Alex Rodriguez was instrumental in getting the match scheduled for the Inland Valley area and is hoping for a good turnout.

“I have always wanted to host something like this here,” said Rodriguez who has several coaching positions for USA water polo including working as head coach of the 18-under team.

“Water polo is predominantly Orange County so to have this here is a big deal. This is the first time we have had a men’s or women’s team, competing in the area.”

Rodriguez added that the team that will compete locally will consist of most of the players who will represent the United States in the 2016 Olympics in Brazil. The squad is led by a four-time Olympian in Tony Azevedo.

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SBVC men’s basketball handed Salt Lake College’s first loss

Charles Callison led San Bernardino Valley with 16 points and three steals in the Wolverines’ victory over No. 4 Salt Lake Community College Bruins, handing them their first loss of the season, in the Mesa Fiesta Bowl Shoot Out.

Todd Lewis contributed to the Wolverines with 13 points and 10 rebounds while Kyle Benton scored 12 points and had six rebounds against the Bruins (11-1).

The Wolverines rallied back from an 8-point deficit in the second half to win.

San Bernardino Valley (17-2) will play at 8 p.m. Dec. 28 in the semifinals against an opponent yet to be determined.

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