All-Baseline League football team released

In addition to Baseline League defensive MVP Tony Washington, Los Osos landed a league-high 10 players on the first team. Upland, which tied with Rancho Cucamonga with seven first-team members, matched Los Osos with five on the defensive first team.

After throwing for 2,459 yards with 18 TDs and 10 interceptions in addition to rushing for 916 yards and 17 TDs, Etiwanda quarterback Angel Santiago was named the league’s offensive MVP. Etiwanda landed five on the first team, including Santiago’s favorite target, reciever Bobby Ratliff.

Greg Watson, Sr., Rancho Cucamonga
Daniel Kessler, Jr., Claremont

Running back
Michael Boyd, Sr., Rancho Cucamonga
Donta Abron, So., Alta Loma
Cody Rogina, Jr., Los Osos

Wide receiver
Bobby Ratliff, Sr., Etiwanda
Sean Alston, Sr., Los Osos
Tanner Kuramata, Jr., Claremont
Chace Ginyard, Sr., Claremont

Tight end
Randall Telfer, Sr., Rancho Cucamonga

Offensive Line
Will Harris, Sr., Los Osos
B.J. Sonboli, Sr., Los Osos
Nick Martin, Sr., Los Osos
Gary Berwick, Sr., Rancho Cucamonga
Eden Mahina, Sr., Upland
Erik Gayler, Sr., Etiwanda

Jake Van Ginkel, Jr., Upland

Defensive line
Marcus Gluck, Sr., Upland
Sione Kauvaka, Sr., Rancho Cucamonga
Ky McLeod, Sr., Los Osos
Jay Latu, Sr., Los Osos
Austin Miley, Sr., Etiwanda

Tim Helton, Sr., Upland
Keith Hutchins, Sr., Upland
Jereme Schumacher, Sr., Rancho Cucamonga
Conner Jahnke, Sr., Los Osos
Chandler Scott, So., Etiwanda

Defensive back
Corey Sims, Sr., Upland
Gianni Olivas, Sr., Upland
Sean Alston, Sr., Los Osos
Kailen Wright, Sr., Los Osos
Sateki Finau, Jr., Rancho Cucamonga
DaJon Guidry, Sr., Etiwanda

Blake Loncar, Sr., Los Osos

Running back
Tyler Singleton, Sr., Claremont
Eugene Johnson, Sr., Etiwanda

Wide receiver
Donovan Harden, Jr., Rancho Cucamonga
James Zamarippa, Jr., Rancho Cucamonga
Aaron Hale, Sr., Upland
Paul Pitts, Sr., Los Osos
Alex Miller, Sr., Claremont
Kenny Mitchell, Sr., Etiwanda

Offensive line
Jon Hernandez, Sr., Rancho Cucamonga
Sekona Fonua, Jr., Rancho Cucamonga
Kyle Ellis, Sr., Alta Loma
Shaquille Davis, Jr., Claremont
Jamal Prater, Jr., Etiwanda
Jacob Nasif, Sr., Upland

Alex Miller, Sr., Claremont

Defensive line
Jordan Toki, Sr., Alta Loma
Brandon Tuliapupu, Sr., Claremont
Egypt Littlejohn, Sr., Etiwanda
Garrett Evans, Jr., Los Osos
Oluyemi Ajayi, Sr., Rancho Cucamonga
Gregory Triay, Sr., Upland

Taylor Tuliapupu, Sr., Claremont
Nick Tito, Sr., Etiwanda
Garrett Tobin, Sr., Los Osos
Anthony King, Sr., Upland
Devon Luevano, Sr., Upland

Defensive back
Luke Okerman, Sr., Claremont
Cortland Fort, Jr., Etiwanda
Pierre Romain, Jr., Los Osos
Andrew Lew, Sr., Rancho Cucamonga
Aaron Hale, Sr., Upland

Stephen Lyne, Jr., Los Osos

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  • Mr Ratliff

    Congratulations to all these young men. I truly hope to see them all at the next level. GREAT JOB!!

  • proud popz

    Baseline is still number 1, congratz to all. Angel Santiago will be missed. West point here we come.

  • guess

    Tim Helton is the Baseline League MVP.T he last 2 years he lead the league with tackles.And as we all know you dont win CIF without out GOOD d-fence.Look at Rancho this year.D-FENCE wins Playoff games.

  • why

    Tony Washington lead the league in nothing and was in no way the best defensive player of the year. Just because your team wins the league doesnt mean you should have your player as an MVP. Thats not hating its telling the truth. I am not saying he shouldnt be first team but MVP is not right.

  • Anonymous

    Randall Telfer didn’t do anything for Rancho this year, wouldn’t even lay out for a pass this year. Our other receivers should have been 1st Team.

  • Anonymous

    Jereme Schumacher 6 tackles per game and Keith Hutchins 5 tackles per game…..what a joke!

  • Anonymous

    Alta Loma should not have any players out on league…
    0-10…don’t be serious


    Clay, I sure like this new layout maybe more people will get in on your blogs. Do you know when the all CIF players will be announced for Baseline League it sure had some outstanding players and it will be interesting how they choose. Will it be based on numbers or how far each individual helped to get to the next level in division playoffs?

  • Anonymous

    Those two Osos Defensive lineman have no business being on the first team league.

  • CALI

    2,678 passing yards 23 td’s 4 int’s…3 year starter (HELPED) lead teams with & without Defense to only 3 losses in 2 years,& still have a (RING) GREAT JOB youngman. CONGRATS to the rest of the hard working youngman who made the team good luck with all your future endeavers

  • Beast

    some of you parents shouldn’t be crying just because your little boy wasn’t up there. It is what it is, get over it.

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  • Anonymous

    Interesting how Tyler Singleton is on this list even though he is an accused rapist! Look it up…

  • yo momma

    jay latu from los osos sucks…. he cant even weird is that????

  • anonymous

    osos, rancho, etiwanda will be trash next year and will get smacked by upland!

  • Jay Latu

    but I’m still up there and your not

  • Mom

    that’s right