Ontario Christian girls soccer reaches new heights

The Ontario Christian girls soccer team (11-5-1, 8-0) earned the program’s 300th league victory following the 3-1 Ambassador League win over Linfield Christian on Jan. 22.

OC2016During the 30 year existence of the program, the Knights have competed in four different leagues: Prep, Olympic, Christian and the Ambassador. The success has led to 21 of 29 possible league championships, according to current soccer coach David Belden.
Belden is in his 15th season as coach of the Knights and is fourth coach in the program’s history. During his tenure, the Knights have won 136 leagues games.
Sydney Robinson, Alexis Cervantes and Taylor Mankin each scored a goal in the Knights’ eighth consecutive league win of the season. Madison Mouw contributed with two assists while goalkeeper Kristin Inge had three saves.
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Roundup: Ontario Christian boys XC qualifies for CIF prelims

Boys Cross Country

AMBASSADOR LEAGUE >> Ontario Christian finished third in the team standings of the 2015 boys league championships 5k event. The Knights qualified for the CIF prelims following the top three finish. Jakob Eichor was the top finisher for the Knights following a second place finish with a time of 16 minutes, 18.2 seconds.
CHINO HILLS 3, ST. LUCY’S 0 >> Kenzie Koerber had 19 kills for the Huskies in the victory over the Regents, 25-15, 25-13, 25-21. Alexis Cardoza contributed to the victory with 10 kills and seven digs while Courtney Buzzerio had 38 assists and two aces. The Huskies will compete in the Redondo Union Tournament on Friday and Saturday.
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Ambassador League football honors

Offensive Player of Year – Brad Hargis, Western Christian
Defensive Player of Year – Leland Orrin, Western Christian
Coach of Year – Kevin Oberlander, Western Christian
Sportsmanship Award – Calvary Murrieta

First team
Ronnie Berdin, Jr., Ontario Christian
Blaine Hargis, Soph., Western Christian
Brandon Hatfield, Sr., Ontario Christian
Andrew Henry, Sr., Western Christian
Greg Holt, Soph., Linfield Christian
Dallas House, Sr., Linfield Christian
Bradley Mowbray, Jr., Arrowhead Christian
Isaac Mowbray, Jr., Arrowhead Christian
Juan O’Campo, Sr., Aquinas
Sarkiss Panossian, Jr., Western Christian
Will Seltz, Sr., Aquinas
Titus Stewart, Jr., Western Christian
Matthew Thompson, Soph., Arrowhead Christian
Derek Van Leeuwen, Sr., Ontario Christian
Eric Voss, Sr., Calvary Murrieta
John Wood, Sr., Western Christian
Caden Wakefield, Sr., Linfield Christian
Yyezeir Wilkins, Jr., Linfield Christian

Second team
Cullen Baird, Jr., Linfield Christian
Josh Bayliss, Sr., Ontario Christian
Eric Bey, Soph., Western Christian
Paul Brown, Soph., Cavalry Murrieta
Weston Callow, Jr., Western Christian
Isaiah Flores, Sr., Aquinas
Jake Hooker, Sr., Arrowhead Christian
Alex Larson, Sr., Linfield Christian
Derek Luo, Sr., Western Christian
John Magness, Jr., Arrowhead Christian
Jacob Miller, Jr., Linfield Christian
Uche Ohaeri, Soph, Aquinas
Christian Redin, Jr.,m Cavalry Murrieta
Ryan Silver, Sr., Ontario Christian
Ty Whitworth, Soph., Linfield Christian

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Ambassador League cross county honors

Boys Runner of the Year – Jake Landreth, Ontario Christian
Boys Coaches of the Year – Jon Schapp, Ontario Christian and Billy York, Woodcrest Christian
Boys Sportsmanship Award – Ontario Christian

Boys first team
Ramon Alvarez, Soph., Woodcrets Christian
Mike Conant, Soph., Woodcrest Christian
Austin Dubyak, Jr., Woodcrest Christian
Jacob Eichor, Soph.., Ontario Christian
Joey Holland, Sr., Woodcrest Christian
William Kumler, Sr., Aquinas
Jake Landreth, Sr., Ontario Christian
Jonathon Martinez,Soph., Woodcrest Christian
Noah Meister, Soph., Woodcrest Christian
Mitchell Peters, Jr., Woodcrest Christian
Justin Reynolds, Fr., Woodcrest Christian
Andrew Russell, Sr., Linfield Christian

Girls Runner of the Year – Marissa Thompson, Woodcrest Christian
Girls Coach of the Year – Billy York, Woodcrest Christian
Girls Sportsmanship Award – Linfield Christian

Girls first team
Maria Alvarez, Jr., Woodcrest Christian
Andrea Cardenas, Soph., Woodcrest Christian
Jessica Congleton, Soph., Ontario Christian
Jackie Crowther, Jr., Linfield Christian
Peyton Frazier, Fr., Woodcrest Christian
Wesley Milligan, Soph., Woodcrest Christian
Leila Rohde, Sr., Linfield Christian
Macy Schalliol, Sr., Woodcrest Christian
Lindsey SChwartz, Jr., woodcrest Christian
Marissa Thompson, Fr., Woodcrest Christian
Brianna Wilson, Soph., Linfield Christian
Savannah Winslow, Soph., Arrowhead Christian

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Ambassador League honors in girls tennis

Singles player of the year – Ashley Vidaurri, Ontario Christian
Doubles team of the Year – Meghann Long, Gabrielle Palazuelos, Aquinas
Sportsmanship Award – Ontario Christian
Coach of the Year – Megan Zuidema, Ontario Christian
Team champion – Ontario Christian

First team singles
Kristen Didier, Aquinas
Maddie Madewell, Ontario Christian
Sam Rodriguez, Linfield Christian
Ashley Vidaurri, Aquinas

First team doubles
Long, Palazuelos, Aquinas
Laren Feather, Mariah Moore – Ontario Christian
Caila Roach, Brooke Sebek, Arrowhead Christian
Tiffany Militante, Molly Paschall, Linfield Christian

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Ambassador League volleyball honors

Player of the Year – Itale Andrade, Western Christian
Coach of the Year – Jessica Granados, Aquinas
Sportsmanship Award – Western Christian
League champion – Aquinas

First team
Lauren Barlow, Sr., Loma Linda
Madison Field, Soph., Loma Linda
Casey Goggin, Sr., Aquinas
Taylor Holcomb, Sr., Ontario Christian
Amanda Kirtley, Jr., Aquinas
Mikayla Marvin, Sr., Arrowhead Christian
Paige Mieras, Sr., Western Christian
Andie Olson, Sr., Western Christian
Teresa Roquet, Sr., Aquinas
Amanda Sappington, Sr., Calvary Murrieta
Anna Stevenson, Soph., Woodcrest Christian
Lauren Wells, Jr., Woodcrest Christian
Shaye Worley, Sr., Ontario Christian

Second team
Ashley Dimaculangan, St., Ontario Chr.
Margella Elad, Sr., Aquinas
Kalin Miramontes, Soph., Western Christian
Emily Morgan, Jr., Aquinas
Cassidy Mulder, Sr., Arrowhead Christian
Tesa Oaks, Fr., Woodcrest Christian
Lindsey Redfield, Sr., Loma Linda
Vanessa Rodriguez, Sr., Linfield Christian
Audrey Uyemura, Soph., Loma Linda
Danika Young, Jr., Calvary Murrieta

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Ontario Christian downs Ontario in girls volleyball

From the voice mail, which didn’t make it in the paper or in the prep roundup.
Tuesday’s result
Ontario Christian def. Ontario 18-25, 25-23, 25-13, 27-25
The Knights (1-1) were led to victory by Ashley Dimaculangan, who had 12 kills, while Taylor Holcomb had 23 digs, Alex Paez had five aces and 17 digs and Shaye Worley added six kills and 20 assists.

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Loaded Los Osos girls volleyball team receives a pair of talented transfers

Alyssa Ybanez, left, transferred from Rim of the World to Los Osos.

Alyssa Ybanez, left, transferred from Rim of the World to Los Osos.

It’s hard to imagine the Los Osos volleyball team getting much better, but that’s exactly what happened this offseason. The team that finished one win shy of the first CIF championship in school history gained two transfers, one of which helped lead her team to a CIF title last season.

Alyssa Ybanez, the 2012 Mountain Valley League offensive MVP, transferred to Los Osos along with 6-foot-1 Aquinas middle blocker Delaney Goodrich. They will join a core of players at Los Osos including the reigning Daily Bulletin Player of the Year, Cal-bound senior Ashten Smith-Gooden and Ashley Kaylor, a first team All-Valley selection last season.

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CIF-SS East Valley title game moved from Rim of the World to Citrus Valley

Due to heavy fog on Thursday at Rim of the World High School in Lake Arrowhead and the anticipation of more fog Friday, the CIF-SS East Valley championship football game has been moved to Citrus Valley High School, according to Ontario Christian athletic director David Parkes. No. 1 seed Ontario Christian will take on Rim of the World on Friday as scheduled at 7 p.m., just not in the mountains as originally planned.

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