Citrus Belt League football honors

Offensive MVPs – Malik Lovette (Redlands East Valley) and Tawon Green (Eisenhower)
Defensive MVPs – Matteo Biscott (REV) and Terry Clarendon (Eisenhower)

First Team Offense
QB Marquane Harris, Eisenhower
QB Armando Herrera, REV
RB Tawon Green, Eisenhower
RB Alonzo Anderson, REV
RB Gavin Westover, Cajon
RB Zack Lindsey, Redlands
OL Micah St. Andrew, Eisenhower
OL Joseph Price, REV
OL Steven Chaparro, Yucaipa
OL Josh Esco, REV
OL Lauuli Fata, REV
OL Brett Landon, Redlands
TE Malik Lovette, REV
WR Anthony Grayson, REV
WR Erik Abrams, Yucaipa
WR Brandon Scott, Yucaipa
WR Marcus Durham, Redlands

First Team Defense
DL Louis Redd, Eisenhower
DL Chase Markham, REV
DL Aaron Garcia, Yucaipa
DL Simi Aluesi, Miller
DL Scott Foley, REV
ILB Dave Morgan, Eisenhower
ILB Jakob Diaz, REV
ILB Tray Oliphant, REV
ILB Ryan Calbreath, Yucaipa
OLB Niguel Lee, Eisenhower
OLB D.J. Biggers, Redlands
OLB Matteo Biscotti, REV
DB DeAngelo Buffington, Eisenhower
DB Isaiah Armstrong, REV
DB Terry Clarendon, Eisenhower
DB Kyle Forsythe, REV
DB Cardell Parmer, Redlands
UT Dakota Smith, Yucaipa

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Eisenhower names new football coach, baseball coach, athletic director

The summer of change at Eisenhower High School has continued, with the naming of a new athletic director, football coach and baseball coach.

Gilbert Pulido, who has been at the school coaching baseball for the last eight years, takes over as athletic director. He takes over for Steve Johnson, who was asked not to return as A.D. Johnson was shot in a park in San Bernardino in January and had already stepped down as boys basketball coach.

Pulido has been the head baseball coach at the last five years, going 3-22 last year in the rugged Citrus Belt League.

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Eisenhower grad one of NFL’s best, has contract to prove it

It wouldn’t be fair to say Ryan Clady is Eisenhower High School’s finest football product considering Ronnie Lott, for whom the school’s football field is named, was a member of the class of 1977. The Denver Broncos left tackle, however, has established himself as one of the best in football at his position. Now he’s getting paid like it.

Clady signed a five-year $52.5 million extension today that includes $33 million guaranteed in the first three years. The guaranteed money in that time frame easily bests the contracts of the St. Louis Rams’ Jake Long ($12 million) and Houston Texans’ Duane Brown ($22 million). Only Joe Thomas received more with $40 million in his first three years with the Cleveland Browns.

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