A week-by-week look at our “Athlete of Week” selections

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Here’s a week-by-week look at who our selections for So Cal Prep Legends Athletes of the Week have been.

Athletes are nominated by a coach, assistant coach or athletics director from their school.

Administrators who want to nominate an athlete can do so by e-mailing us at sports@Inland newspapers.com by Sunday night. Let us know your athlete and what he/she did for the week.

BOYS
* Jan. 17 – Iysaiah Rojas, Los Osos basketball
Jan. 10Osys Stokes, Upland basketball
Dec. 19Cameron Shelton, Damien basketball
* Dec. 12 – Eric Moreno, Montclair basketball
Dec. 5 – LiAngelo Ball, Chino Hills basketball
Nov. 29 – Owen Bishop, Claremont cross country
* Nov. 22 – Thomas Graham, Rancho Cucamonga football
Nov. 15 – Troy Temmink, Summit football
Nov. 8 – Tommy McDonnell, Etiwanda football
Nov. 1 – Nathan Tilford, Colony football
* Oct. 25 – Anthony Miller, Don Lugo football
Oct. 18 – Duy Tran-Sampson, Claremont football
* Oct. 11 – Jaylon Redd, Rancho Cucamonga football
Oct. 4 – Michell Fargo, Webb water polo
Sept. 27Stephen Carr, Summit football
* Sept 20Antoine Paul, Ontario football
Sept. 13 – Kyle Jones, Upland football
Sept. 6 – Andrew Almazan, Chino football
Aug. 26 – Jacob Camargo, Damien football

GIRLS
Jan. 17 – Ashlyn Farino, Alta Loma soccer
* Jan. 10Easton Armstrong, Western Christian soccer
* Dec. 19Diamond Bishop, Upland basketball
Dec. 12 – Serena Camacho, Los Osos soccer
* Dec. 5 – Molly Tucker, St. Lucy’s soccer
* Nov. 29 – Morgan Hall, Loma Linda volleyball
Nov. 22 – Annie Boos, Claremont cross country
Nov. 15 – Mikaela Ramirez, Ayala cross country
Nov. 8 – Simone Bliss, Claremont volleyball
* Nov. 1 – Angelica Kusnowwo, Diamond Bar golf
Oct. 25 – Kenzie Koerber, Chino Hills volleyball
Oct. 18. – Jacquelyne Hill, Etiwanda cross country
Oct. 11 – Annie Boos, Claremont cross country
Oct. 4 – Sahara Martinez, Bonita volleyball
Sept. 27Alexis Cardoza, Chino Hills volleyball
Sept. 20 – Bria Beale, Rancho Cucamonga volleyball
Sept. 13 – Annaka Jorgenson, Ontario Christian volleyball
Sept. 6 – Mary Bagshaw, Rancho Cucamonga volleyball

* denotes athlete also was voted overall So Cal athlete of week in on-line fan balloting

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Lots of local teams crack CIF boys soccer rankings

Redlands East Valley High School’s Cristian Garcia, center, maneuvers the ball around oncoming Quartz Hill High School’s Josh Mendez during a game on December 7, 2016 at the Redlands Sport Complex in Redlands, Ca. (Photo by Micah Escamilla/SCNG)

Here are the latest CIF rankings in boys soccer for the week of Jan. 23 with teams from the Bulletin/Sun coverage area denoted in bold:

Division 1 – 1. Cathedral; 2. Redlands East Valley; 3. Santa Barbara; 4. Servite; 5. Millikan; 6. Palos Verdes; 7. Paramount; 8. Santa Margarita; 9. Sherman Oaks Notre Dame; 10. Sunny Hills.

Division 2 – 1. Godinez; 2. Katella; 3. Oxnard Pacifica; 4. La Quinta; 5. Placentia Valencia; 6. Riv-Poly; 7. Aliso Niguel; 8. El Rancho; 9. Norte Vista; 10. tie, Arlington, Laguna Hills.

Division 3 – 1.  South Torrance; 2. Garden Grove Santiago; 3. Valencia; 4. Salesian; 5. Santa Ana Valley; 6. Crescenta Valley; 7. West Torrance; 8. Claremont; 9. Citrus Valley; 10. tie, Quartz Hill, Burbank Burroughs.

Division 4 – 1. Garden Grove; 2. Desert MIrage; 3. University; 4. Hart; 5, Tahquitz; 6. Carter; 7. Chaparral; 8. Sultana; 9. Bellflower; 10. tie, Temescal Canyon, Coachella Valley.

Division 5 – 1. Indian Springs; 2. Montclair; 3. Baldwin Park; 4. Firebaugh; 5. Citrus Hill; 6. Rialto; 7. Sierra Vista; 8. Moreno Valley;  9. El Monte; 10. tie, Oak Hills, Los Altos.

Division 6 – 1. Fillmore; 2. Hesperia; 3. La Puente; 4. Nogales; 5. La Canada; 6, Beaumont; 7. Granite Hills; 8. Campbell Hall; 9. Flintridge Prep; 10. tie, Windward, Webb.

Division 7 – 1. Laguna Blanca; 2. Riverside Prep; 3. Hamilton; 4. Tarbut V’Torah; 5. University Prep; 6. Nuview Bridge; 7. St. Anthony; 8. Vasquez; 9. Thacher; 10. St. Pius.

 

 

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Rancho Cucamonga’s Tayari Venable picks San Diego State

 

Rancho Cucamonga defensive back Tayari Venable admits he might have jumped the gun a bit when he committed to Washington State before his junior year.

After de-comitting from that school back in September Venable has decided San Diego State is where he wants to play college football.

He committed to that school upon his visit there the past weekend.

Venable, a 6-foot, 180-pounder, said he started reconsidering when other schools started contacting him, even after his original commitment. He never actually visited Washington State.

“I think I committed too early without really thinking about all my options,” he said. “I thought this was a better fit for me. It was about the schemes they play defensively and the education. The first day I was there we talked more about the education part and I liked that.”

Venable, who helped the Cougars to a 12-1 showing and berth in the CIF Division I semifinal, had 12 offers with Oregon State and Nevada pursuing him most after his de-commitment.

He will be following teammate Darren Hall to San Diego State. He committed to the Aztecs in the winter. Having a teammate there was a definite factor.

“That was definitely part of it,” he said. “It will be nice having someone there that I know. He can push me and I will push him.”

Venable plans to major in psychology.

 

 

 

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Here are latest CIF rankings in girls soccer

Here are CIF rankings for girls soccer for the week of Jan. 23 with teams from the Daily Bulletin/Sun coverage area denoted in bold:

Division 1 – 1. JSerra; 2. Aliso Niguel; 3. Edison; 4. Westlake; 5. Los Alamitos; 6. Harvard-Westlake; 7. Santa Margarita; 8. Chino Hills; 9. Tesoro; 10. tie, Upland, Esperanza.

Division 2 – 1. Corona del Mar; 2. Redondo Union; 3. Temecula Valley; 4. Sunny Hills; 5. Vista Murrieta; 6. Moorpark; 7. San Luis Obispo; 8. Quartz Hill; 9. Mira Costa; 10. La Mirada.

Division 3 – 1. Bishop Amat; 2. South Torrance; 3. Royal; 4. Glendora; 5. Mayfair; 6. Claremont; 7. St. Margaret’s; 8. Santa Monica; 9. Oak Hills; 10. tie, Chaminade, Serrano.

Division 4 – 1. La Quinta; 2. Sierra Canyon; 3. Temescal Canyon; 4. Laguna Beach; 5. Grand Terrace; 6. Alta Loma; 7. Estancia; 8. Sultana; 9. Valley View; 10. West Covina.

Division 5 – 1. Palm Desert; 2. Cathedral City; 3. Montclair; 4. Hemet; 5. St. Genevieve; 6. Viewpoint; 7. Western Chr.; 8. Bevery Hills; 9. Animo Leadership; 10. Garden Grove.

Division 6 – 1. Los Amigos; 2. Valley Chr.; 3. Katella; 4. Beaumont; 5. Grace Brethren; 6. Ontario; 7. Coachella Valley; 8. University Prep; 9. St. Anthony; 10. tie, Xavier Prep, Webb.

Division 7 – 1. California Academy Math-Science; 2. San Gabriel Mission; 3. Rancho Mirage; 4. Saddleback; 5. Pomona Catholic; 6. Arroyo; 7. Big Bear; 8. Carpenteria; 9. OC Pacifica Chr.; 10. Foothill Tech.

 

 

 

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Nine area teams make CIF girls water polo rankings

Here are this week’s CIF rankings for girls water polo for the week of Jan. 23 with schools from the Daily Bulletin/Sun area denoted in bold:

Division 1 – 1. Laguna Beach; 2. Mater Dei; 3. San Marcos; 4. Dos Pueblos; 5. Orange Lutheran; 6. Foothill; 7. Corona del Mar; 8. Los Alamitos; 9. Santa Barbara; 10. tie, Santa Margarita, Huntington Beach.

Division 2 – 1. La Canada; 2. Agoura; 3. Riv-Poly; 4. ML King; 5. Schurr; 6. Santa Monica; 7. Mira Costa; 8. Vista Murrieta; 9. Dana Hills; 10. tie, Bonita, Rosary.

Division 3 – 1. Redondo Union; 2. Villa Park; 3. Righetti; 4. Long Beach Wilson; 5. Warren; 6. Corona Santiago; 7. Rancho Cucamonga; 8. Rio Mesa; 9. Los Altos; 10. Thousand Oaks.

Division 4 – 1. Peninsula; 2. Anaheim Canyon; 3. Palos Verdes; 4. Claremont; 5. Long Beach Wilson; 6. Yucaipa; 7. Laguna Hills; 8. Aliso Niguel; 9. Brea Olinda; 10. Newbury Park.

Division 5 – 1. Oaks Chr.; 2. Pas-Poly; 3. Tesoro; 4. Malibu; 5. Woodbridge; 6. Xavier Prep; 7. Fullerton; 8. Santa Ana Valley; 9. Cajon; 10. El Segundo.

Division 6 – 1. Lakeside; 2. Paso Robles; 3. Kennedy; 4. Downey; 5. Glendora; 6. Garden Grove; 7. Alta Loma; 8. Costa Mesa; 9. Redlands East Valley; 10. Temecula Valley.

Division 7 – 1. Santa Ynez; 2. Diamond Bar; 3. Santa Fe; 4. Atascadero; 5. Chaffey; 6. Whittier; 7. Western; 8. Calabasas; 9. Louisville; 10. Valley View.

 

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Etiwanda baseball standout Cody Freeman commits to Baylor

Etiwanda infielder Cody Freeman will follow older brother Tyler to Texas but to a different college.

The sophomore second baseman has made a verbal commitment to Baylor.

Tyler, a senior shortstop for the Eagles, committed to Texas Christian his sophomore year.

Having family in the area was a big part of the decision. His paternal grandparents are in Texas, as is an uncle.

“It’s like a second home to me,” he said, “I have always liked it there and I was comfortable with the coaching staff so it was a good fit.”

Freeman also had offers from UNLV and St. Mary’s and was also considering New Mexico.

The thought of joining his brother at TCU didn’t last long. The two schools are in the same conference so he’ll get to play against his sibling.

“They were part if the picture very early on but they fell off my list pretty quickly,” he said. “It will probably feel a little strange playing against him but it will be fun.”

Freeman batted .262 last year starting on the varsity as a freshman. He was second on the team ion runs scored with 24 and boasted a .964 fielding percentage with just four errors in 107 chances.

The brothers have an older sister Hailey who is playing softball a tNCAA  Division I Grand Canyon (Ariz.).

 

 

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Local schools highlight day-long APU Showcase event

Several local boys basketball teams will be in action on Saturday in the Azusa Pacific Showcase at Azusa Pacific Univesity.

Here is the list of games:

9 a.m. – Flintridge Prep (6-7) vs. Alta Loma (7-13)
10:25 a.m. – San Marino (10-8) vs. Glendora (10-8)
11:50 a.m. – San Dimas (12-7) vs. Walnut (13-6)
1:15 p.m. – La Canada (16-4) vs. Los Osos (12-6)
2:40 p.m. – Hesperia (15-4) vs. Oak Park (15-6)
4:05 p.m. – St. John Bosco (11-9) vs. Diamond Bar (14-5)
5:30 p.m. – Bonita (13-4) vs. Colony (15-5)
7 p.m. Damien (18-2) vs. Claremont (14-6)
8:30 p.m. – Etiwanda (14-7) vs. Gahr (12-7)

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Chino Hills retains top basketball ranking, other locals also singled out

Here are CIF rankings for boys basketball the week of Jan. 17 with teams in the Sun/Daily Bulletin denoted in bold:

Division 1-AA – 1. Chino Hills; 2. Sierra Canyon; 3. Bishop Montgomery; 4. Mater Dei; 5. tie, Damien, Santa Margarita; 7. Roosevelt; 8. Alemany; 9. Corona Centennial; 10. Long Beach Poly; 11. Esperanza; 12. Etiwanda; 13. Redondo Union; 14. Oak Park; 15. La Mirada; 16. Santa Monica.

Etiwanda High School’s Kessler Edwards, right, shoots over Chino Hills High School’s Onyeka Okongwu during a boys basketball game on Friday, January 13, 2017 at Etiwanda High School in Rancho Cucamonga, Ca. Chino Hills won the game 72-67. (Micah Escamilla/Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, SCNG)Division 1-A – 1. Harvard-Westlake; 2. Los Altos; 3. Loyola; 4. La Canada; 5. ML King; 6. JSerra; 7. Pasadena; 8. Dominguez; 9. Bonita; 10. Riverside Poly; 11. Chaminade; 12. El Toro; 13. Corona del Mar; 14. Redlands East Valley; 15. Beaumont; 16. Rancho Cucamonga.

Division 2-AA – 1. Windward; 2. Colony; 3. Villa Park; 4. Buena Park; 5. Santa Maria St. Joseph; 6. Cajon; 7. Camarillo; 8. Highland; 9. San Marcos; 10. Upland; 11. Oaks Chr.; 12. Los Osos; 13. Northwood; 14. Mission Prep; 15. Westlake; 16. Burbank Burroughs.

Division 2-A – 1. Oxnard; 2. Heritage Chr.; 3. Capistrano Valley; 4. Vista Murrieta; 5. Claremont; 6. Cerritos Valley Chr.; 7. Saugus; 8. Aliso Niguel; 9. Knight; 10. La Salle; 11. Rancho Chr.; 12. Dos Pueblos; 13. Muir; 14. Sunny Hills; 15. Leuzinger; 16. Palm Springs.

Division 3-AA – 1. Crossroads; 2. Saddleback Valley Chr.; 3. Rancho Mirage; 4. Brentwood; 5. La Serna; 6. Crean Luth; 7. Bishop Amat; 8. Burbank; 9. Schurr; 10. St. Francis; 11. Buena; 12. Godinez; 13. Laguna Beach; 14. Oceran View; 15. San Gabriel Aca.; 16. Pioneer.

Division 3-A – 1. Hesperia; 2. Oak Hills; 3. St. Paul; 4. St. Anthony; 5. Twentynine Palms; 6. Adelanto; 7. Paraclete; 8. Lompoc Cabrillo; 9. Palos Verdes; 10. San Dimas; 11. Brea Olinda; 12. Compton Centennial; 13. Atascadero; 14. Garden Grove Pacifica; 15. Arroyo Grande; 16. Charter Oak.

Division 4-AA – 1. Blair; 2. West Torrance; 3. Woodcrest Chr.; 4. San Gabriel; 5. Workman; 6. Arcadia; 7. Rowland; 8. Hillcrest; 9. Barstow; 10. South Torrance; 11. South Hills; 12. San Marino; 13. Jurupa Valley; 14. Bolsa Grande; 15. Montclair; 16. Covina.

Division 4-A – 1. Riv-Notre Dame; 2. Pacific; 3. Shalhevet; 4. St. Margaret’s; 5. Pasadena Poly; 6. Milikan Comm; 7. Sage Hill; 8. Heritage; 9. Mary Star of the Sea; 10. Santa Maria; 11. Ridgecrest Burroughs; 12. tie, Salesian, Santa Ynez; 14. Bishop Diego; 15. Lancaster; 16. tie, Estancia, Yeshiva.

Division 5-AA – 1. Valley Torah; 2. Rolling Hills Prep; 3. Holy Martyrs; 4, Hesperia Chr.; 5. Silver Valley; 6. Arrowhead Chr.; 7. Morro Bay; 8. Pacific Hills; 9.  Edgewood; 10. Santa Clarita Chr; 11. Mountain View; 12. Vistamar; 13. Verbumn Dei; 14. Ontario Chr; 15. Burbank Providence; 16. Oakwood.

Division 5-A  – 1. Apple Valley Chr; 2. Coast Union; 3. Sherman Indian; 4. ACE; 5. de Toledo; 6. Desert Chr Aca; 7. San Jacinto Valley Aca; 8. Santa Barbara Providence; 9. tie, Faith Bap, Pilibos; 11. Southlands Chr; 12. New Roads; 13. tie, AGBU/Canoga Park, AGBU/Pasadena; 15. Tarbu V’Torah; 16. Thacher.

Division 6 – 1. Carnegie; 2. Orange Counthy Pacifica Chr; 3. Upland Chr; 4. Foothill Tech; 5. Santa Monica Pacifica Chr; 6. Immanuel Chr; 7. Cate; 8. Lancaster Desert Chr; 9. Shandon; 10. Vasquez; 11. Redlands Adventist; 12. Cuyama Valley; 13. Santa Maria Valley Chr; 14. New Covenant; 15. Mesa Grande; 16. Mesrobian.

 

 

 

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Etiwanda girls basketball team ranked No. 3 in Division 1-AA

Here are this week’s CIF polls in girls basketball with teams from the Sun/Daily Bulletin coverage area denoted in bold:

Division 1-AA – 1. Long Beach Poly; 2. Sierra Canyon; 3. Etiwanda; 4. Harvard-Westlake; 5. Alemany; 6. Windward; 7. Serra; 8. Ventura; 9. Mater Dei; 10. Valencia; 11. Brea Olinda; 12. Chaminade; 13. Troy; 14. Millikan; 15. Redondo Union; 16. Orange Lutheran.

Division 1-A – 1. tie, Fairmont Prep, ML King; 3. Esperanza; 4. Orangewood Aca.; 5. Bishop Montgomery; 6. Huntington Beach; 7. Valley View; 8. Antelope Valley; 9. Bunea; 10. Mira Costa; 11. El Dorado; 12. La Canada; 13. Kennedy; 14. Agoura; 15. JW North; 16. El Rancho.

Division 2-AA – 1. Rosary; 2. Rowland; 3. Camarillo; 4. Dos Pueblos; 5. Walnut; 6. Los Altos; 7. Tustin; 8. Santa Margarita; 9. Twentynine Palms; 10. tie, Arroyo Valley, Downey; 12. Temescal Canyon; 13. JSerra; 14. Sr. Monica Cath.; 15. Arroyo Grande; 16. tie, University, Lakewood St. Joseph.

Division 2-A – 1. Righetti; 2. Aliso Niguel; 3. Lompoc Cabrillo; 4. Lompoc; 5. Glendale; 6. Warren; 7. Covina; 8. Notre Dame Aca.; 9. Marlborough; 10. Leuzinger; 11. tie, Ayala, Dana Hills; 13. Segerstrom; 14. Burbank; 15. Lawndale; 16. South Pasadena.

Division 3-AA – 1. Glendora; 2. Garden Grove Pacifica; 3. Bishop Amat; 4. Palos Verdes; 5. Royal; 6. Gahr; 7. San Jacinto; 8. San Clemente; 9. Sultana; 10. Peninsula; 11. Sunny Hills; 12. Yucca Valley; 13. Thousand Oaks;14. Cerritos; 15. Trabuco Hills; 16. Heritage.

Division 3-A – 1. Los Osos; 2. Flintridge Prep; 3. Viewpoint; 4. Lancaster; 5. Rancho Verde; 6. L:a Salle; 7. Moorpark; 8. St. Mary’s Aca.; 9. Crossroads; 10. Beaumont; 11. Irvine; 12. Simi Valley; 13. Oxnard; 14. Shadow Hills; 15. San Luis Obispo; 16. Montebello.

Division 4-AA – 1. Cerritos Valley Chr.; 2. Village Chr.; 3. Whittier Chr.; 4. Pasadena; 5. tie, Oxford Aca., Caifornia; 7. St. Bonaventure; 8. Godinez; 9. Nipomo; 10. Sherman Oaks Notre Dame; 11. Laguna Hills; 12. Westlake; 13. tie, Westminster La Quinta, Jurupa Valley; 15. Cathedral City; 16. Buena Park.

Division 4-A – 1. Knight; 2. Foothill Tech; 3. Pomona; 4. Beverly Hills; 5. Sage Hill; 6. Aquinas; 7. Holy Martyrs; 8. San Marino; 9. Burbank Providence; 10. Alhambra; 11. Pioneer; 12. Pacific; 13. tie, Big Bear, Santa Ynez, Santa Clara; 16. San Marcos.

Division 5-AA – 1. Heritage Chr.; 2. Downey Cavalry Chapel; 3. California Luth; 4. Pasadena Poly; 5. Webb; 6. Pilibos; 7. Coachella Valley; 8. Mesa Grande Aca.; 9. Crean Luth; 10. St. Genevieve; 11. University Prep; 12. Rubidoux; 13. Rosemead; 14. La Reina; 15. Workman; 16. Santa Ana Cavalry Chapel.

Division 5-A – 1. Bell-Jeff; 2. Sherman Indian; 3. Silver Valley; 4. Chadwick; 5. Mary Star of the Sea; 6. Trinity Classical; 7. Desert Chr. Aca.; 8. San Jacinto Valley Aca.; 9. Boron; 10. Riverside Prep; 11. Ontario Chr.; 12. Le Lycee; 13. Carpinteria; 14. Connelly; 15. Arrowhead Chr.; 16. Fillmore.

Division 6 – 1. Rolling Hills Prep; 2. Grace Brethren; 3. Santa Clarita Chr.; 4. Lancaster Bap.; 5. Carnegie; 6. tie, Linfield Chr., Aca, Careers/Exploration; 8. Western Chr.; 9. Lancaster Desert Chr.; 10. Coastal Chr.; 11. Vazquez; 12. Trona; 13. tie, La Sierra Aca., Lucerne Valley, Cuyama Valley, Hamilton, Tarbut V’Torah.

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CIF Division 5 boys soccer poll loaded with locals

Here are the CIF boys soccer polls for the week of Jan. 17 with teams from the Sun/Daily Bulletin coverage area denoted in bold:

Division 1 – 1. Cathedral; 2. Servite; 3. Redlands East Valley; 4. Santa Barbara; 5. Millikan; 6. Palos Verdes; 7. Paramount; 8. Santa Margarita; 9. Edison; 10. tie, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, San Clemente.

Division 2- 1. Godinez; 2. Katella; 3. Placentia Valencia; 4. La Quinta; 5. Corona; 6. Riverside Poly; 7. Aliso Niguel; 8. Arlington; 9. Laguna Hills; 10. tie, Fontana, El Rancho.

Division 3 – 1. South Torrance; 2. Garden Grove Santiago; 3. Valencia; 4. Santa Ana Valley; 5. Salesian; 6. Crescenta Valley; 7. Northwood; 8. Burbank Burroughs; 9. Citrus Valley; 10. Claremont.

Montclair’s Joseph Gonzalez (#13), is mobbed by his teammates after scoring a goal against Ontario during the second half of Wednesday’s Mt. Baldy League soccer game at Ontario High School in Ontario, Ca., January 11, 2017. The undefeated Cavaliers beat the Jaguar 3-0, scored all three goals in the second half.  (Photo by John Valenzuela/Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

Division 4 – 1. Garden Grove; 2. Desert Mirage; 3. University-Irvine; 4. Hart; 5. Tahquitz; 6. Rio Mesa; 7. Sultana; 8. Carter; 9. Chaparral; 10. Saugus.

Division 5 – 1.  Indian Springs; 2. Montclair; 3. Baldwin Park; 4. Antelope Valley; 5. Firebaugh; 6. Apple Valley; 7. Rialto; 8. Moreno Valley; 9. Perris; 10. tie, Mayfair, Chino.

Division 5 – 1. Fillmore; 2. Hesperia; 3. La Puente; 4. Campbell Hall; 5. Nogales; 6. Windward; 7. Flintridge Prep; 8. Beaumont; 9. Arroyo; 10. tie, La Canada, Granite Hills.

Division 7 – 1. Laguna Blanca; 2. Riverside Prep; 3. Tarbut V’Torah; 4. Hamilton; 5. University Prep; 6. Vasquez; 7. St. Pius Matthias; 8. Nuview Bridge; 9. Grace Brethren; 10. St. Anthony.

 

 

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Local teams crack CIF girls soccer polls

Bloomington’s Nayeli Sandoval, and Grand Terrace’s Chloe Urrea, run the field for the ball during Tuesday’s soccer match between Bloomington and Grand Terrace High Schools in Grand Terrace, Jan. 10, 2017. (Photo by Eric Reed for SCNG)

Here are CIF polls for girls soccer for the week of Jan. 17 with teams from the Sun/Daily Bulletin coverage area denoted in bold:

Division 1 – 1. Los Alamitos; 2. JSerra; 3. Aliso Niguel; 4. Santa Margarita; 5. Tesoro; 6. Edison; 7. Harvard-Westlake; 8. Westlake; 9. Chino Hills; 10. Los Osos.

Division 2 –1. Redondo Union; 2. Temecula Valley; 3. Corona del Mar; 4. Sunny Hills; 5. Vista Murrieta; 6. Moorpark; 7. Villa Park; 8. San Luis Obispo; 9. Quartz Hill; 10. Mira Costa.

Division 3 – 1. Bishop Amat; 2. South Torrance; 3. Mayfair; 4. Royal; 5. Glendora; 6. Claremont; 7. St. Margaret’s; 8. Santa Monica; 9. Oak Hills; 10. Chaminade.

Division 4 – 1. Sierra Canyon; 2. Temescal Canyon; 3. La Quinta; 4. Alta Loma; 5. Estancia; 6. Silverado; 7. Grand Terrace; 8. Laguna Beach; 9. Santa Ana Cavalry Chapel; 10. Chino.

Division 5 – 1. Palm Desert; 2. Cathedral City; 3. Montclair; 4. St. Genevieve; 5. Heme; 6. Viewpoint; 7. Western Christian; 8. Beverly Hills; 9. Santa Paula; 10. Windward.

Division 6 – 1. Los Amigos; 2. Valley Cristian; 3. Katella; 4. Beaumont; 5. Ontario; 6. Grace Brethren; 7. St. Anthony; 8. Vivian Webb; 9. University Prep; 10. Santa Monica Pacifica Christian.

Division 7 – 1. California Academy Math-Science; 2. San Gabriel Mission; 3. Saddleback; 4. Rancho Mirage; 5. Arroyo; 6. Foothill Tech; 7. Pomona Catholic; 8. Big Bear; 9. Carpinteria; 10. Whittier.

 

 

 

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