Here are Inland Valley CIF-SS Masters Track and Field Meet competitors and how they fared at Masters
Bonita: Dillon Beckum (1600), B.J. McLaurin (triple jump)
Chino: Taylor Crocken (shot put)
Colony: Khalil Dorsey (110 hurdles, long jump)
Damien: boys 4×100, Thaddeus Smith (100, 200), Zachary Shinnick (200, 400)
Diamond Ranch: Daniel Stokes (100, 200)
Etiwanda: Jacquelyn Hill (800)
Jurupa Hills: Devon Reed (3200)
Los Osos: Tomi Adegoke (long jump), Aidan Christensen (300 hurdles), Tyler Merkley (shot put, discus), Michael Pertusati (discus), Caleb Repp (400).
Rancho Cucamonga: girls 4×400.
Upland: girls 4×100 team, Mikaela Adolphus (400), Joseph Anderson (110 and 300 hurdles), Skyler Daniel (high jump), Jada Hicks (100 hurdles)
San Dimas: Hannah Nance (high jump)
Webb: Stirling McCullough (high jump)
Did not qualify for State:
Alta Loma: James Wilson (triple jump)
Rancho Cucamonga: Jalyn Harris (400)
Summit: Jennifer Sandoval (3200)
Upland: Kierra Davis (200), Antonio Woodard (200),
Senior outfielder Chris Ceballos of Chino Hills stroked a solo home run in the fourth inning of the Huskies, 3-2, nine-inning win over Moorpark in a Southern Section Division 2 quarterfinal today.
The home run gave Ceballos, who has signed with Cal State Fullerton, 12 on the season which breaks the school’s single season mark of 11 set by Chris Parmalee in 2006.
Parmalee made it to the major leagues with the Minnesota Twins and is now in the Baltimore Orioles organization.
On the season Ceballos his hitting .417 with six doubles, 12 home runs, 25 RBI and 26 runs scored.
Here’s what he had to say about breaking the record:
The Miller High football team is still looking to get some on-field success, but it’s getting it off the field.
Soon-to-be senior linebacker/defensive end Freddy Livai has verbally committed to Brigham Young University.
“It’s been my dream school ever since eighth grade,” said Livai. “And my cousin goes there.”
Livai’s cousin is Sione Takitaki, who played at Menifee Heritage in high school and will be a sophomore this season.
Livai won’t be joining his cousin right away, however. As a Mormon, he intends to go on a church mission immediately after high school.
The BYU commitment didn’t come without plenty of offers. He received interest from several Pac-12 schools and, according to Rivals.com, he received offers from Colorado, Oregon State, UNLV, Washington State and Weber State.
As a junior Livai played defensive end and strongside linebacker, recording 93 tackles, 9 sacks, 1 forced fumble, 1 fumble recovery, 1 interception and 18 tackles for loss.
Taylor Kettle of Alta Loma High School announced on Twitter that she will continue playing volleyball for the next four years after verbally committing to Troy University. She will officially sign next week.
Kettle did not expect to continue her volleyball career after plans to attend UC Santa Barbara as a student.
During her time at Alta Loma, she was a member of the soccer and volleyball programs.
The volleyball program won the CIF Southern Section Championship in 2015 and was the runner-up for the CIF State Championship.
Etiwanda softball standout Dana Housley has passed away, Eagles coach Dave Masucci confirmed.
Housley, 15, was competing in a travel ball game with the California Thunder on Saturday in Fontana and had an aneurysm while at bat in the final inning. Medical personnel hurried to the scene and she was rushed to Kaiser Permanente where she had remained on life support ever since.
Masucci said Housley was a promising young player, so much so that she had seen some time on the varsity squad despite being just a freshman. Much of her season was on the junior varsity but he had planned to bring her up for the playoff run.
The Eagles took to the field in her honor on Tuesday but lost a playoff game at Murrieta Valley 4-2. Players from both teams wore bows in their hair with her No. 21 on them. There were several posters
An outpouring of support for Housley, her family and the Etiwanda community has been evident. There were remembrances of her at games all over Southern California on Tuesday.
A GoFundMe account to help the family has already generated more than $56,000. Here is a link to that if you want to help.
Sophomore shortstop Brett Borgogono of Chino HIlls High School has made a verbal commitment to Cal State Fullerton.
Borgogono is hitting .333 with 23 runs scored and 12 RBI, which helped the Huskies to a share of the Baseline League title and a berth in the Division 2 quarterfinals.
He has visited the school on at least four occasions and grew up a Titan fan because his father went there. So it was not a difficult decision.
“I like the team chemistry and the coaching staff and I think playing there will help me take my game to the next level,” he said.
Borgogno was also considering Oregon, San Diego State and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
He plans to major in business.
“I am sure of the decision so I figured why wait,” he said of making his announcement early. “I have always wanted to go there.”
Here are the scores from Tuesday’s playoff games and what the winners have next:
Los Osos 3, Corona Santiago 2
Murrieta Valley 4, Etiwanda 2
Anaheim Canyon 5, Chino Hills 3
Los Osos at El Modena
Yucaipa 3, Capistrano Valley 0
Agoura 4, Citrus Valley 3
Oaks Christian at Yucaipa
Grand Terrace 9, Tesoro 0
Redondo Union 4, Montclair 0
Cerritos at Grand Terrace
Aquinas 4, Ocean View 2
Dos Pueblos at Aquinas
San Dimas 8, Edgewood 1
San Dimas at Mary Star of the Seas
Sierra Canyon 5, Webb 0
Carter defeated Etiwanda in a Division 2 game on Tuesday.
A rundown of the playoff scores from Tuesday and who the winners play next:
Bonita 7, Gahr 2
Chino Hills 6, Rio Mesa 2
Royal 7, Damien 1
Carter 2, Etiwanda 1
Bonita at San Clemente
Moorpark at Chino Hills
Carter at Crescenta Valley
Dan Dimas 17, Garden Grove 0
San Dimas at Santa Monica
San Gorgonio 6, St. Bonaventure 4
Sunny Hills 7, Grand Terrace 6
California at San Gorgonio
Salesian 2, Bloomington Christian 0
The Los Osos softball team may have finished a disappointing third in the Baseline League this season but the Grizzlies are trying to make up for that with a nice run in the postseason.
So far coach Mike Randall’s team has done just that. Los Osos upset top-seeded Corona Santiago 3-2 in a Division 1 second round game today.
Randall was confident his team was going to come out on top, saying as much earlier in the day. The fact that his team defeated Santiago 4-1 in a non-league game early this season had a lot to do with that.
“I told the girls not to buy into the hype,” he said. “They’re good. But I don’t think there is a team out there we can’t beat if we play our game.”
The Grizzlies, who needed last inning heroics to win a first round game over Chino, trailed Santiago 2-0 but got even with a pair of runs on the same play in the fifth. Pitcher Ciera Schick got a run home with a sacrifice fly but another run came home on an error.
The eventual game-winning hit came off the bat of Lexi Colon with two outs in the bottom of the sixth.
The boosts Los Osos (20-12) into a quarterfinal game on Thursday at El Modena (21-8) which defeated Huntington Beach 8-2.
The season finally came to an end for the Damien boys volleyball team.
The Spartans (26-7), who won a CIF Southern Section title in Division 5, were dealt a 3-0 loss (25-17, 25-15, 25-18) by Corona del Mar in the first match of the Southern California Region of the state playoffs.
The Spartans were seeded eighth and played in Division 5 all season while Corona del Mar was the top seed and came out of Division 1 so Damien coach Randy Bohlmann thought his team held its own.
“We came out and really competed,” said Bohlmann, whose school has had a team for just five years and had never been past the quarterfinal until this season. “They’re a very, very good team and it was fun to play against a team of that level.”
Chris Jorritsma had 10 kills and a block while Chris Mercado added eight kills. Junior libero Nick Hibshman had 16 digs while senior setter Christian Hernandez tallied 28 assists.
Bohlmann thinks his team will now have higher expectations after experiencing a deep run in the playoffs. He currently has 48 players in the program, something few other programs can claim.
“We have a pretty good pipeline now,” he said. “We might not be quite this good but I still think we’re going to be pretty good moving forward.”