Chino Hills dominates Sierra League boys basketball selections

MVPs – Lonzo Ball, Chino Hills, Soph., and Jeremy Hemsley, Damien, Jr..

First team
Austin Awosika Ayala, Soph.
LiAngelo Ball, Chino Hills, Fr.
KC Cyprian, Chino Hills, Sr.
Chris Edward, Claremont, Sr.
Malik Fitts, Damien, Jr.
Omar Mahmoud, Claremont, Sr.
Bishop Mency, Chino Hills, Sr.
Mark Williams, Chino Hills, Sr.

Second team
Jacob Estrada, South Hills, Sr.
Baron Franklin, Claremont, Sr.
Isaiah McCullough Damien, Jr.
Nnamdi Okongwu, Chino Hills, Jr.
Darik Pradia, South Hills, Sr.
Micah Robinson, Damien, Jr.
Christian Smith, Ayala, Sr.
Amier Thomas, Charter Oak, Jr.

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Sierra League cross country honors

GIRLS
MVP
- Sydney Tullai, Ayala

First team
Jennifer Acevedo, South Hills
Merin Arft, Claremont
Janelle Baeskens, Claremont
Annie Boos, Claremont
Kiana Cavanaugh, Claremont
Emily Ebiner, St. Lucy’s
Shelby Hightower, South Hills
Megan Renken, Claremont
Morgan Tanner, Ayala
Olivia Valderrama, South Hills

Second team

Gillian Antona, Claremont
Celine Arteaga, Chino Hills
Ashlyn Barajas, Ayala
Jade Carmone, South Hills
Erin Cavalho, Chino Hills
Samantha Gomez, Ayala
Kaitlyn Lopez, Ayala
Vanessa Ashley Ramirez, Ayala
Cassidy Rogers, Chino Hills
Amanda Sevilla, Ayala

BOYS
MVP
– Cameron Mitchell, Damien

First team
Marcelo Arcos, Chino Hills
Andrew Arvizu, Chino Hills
Anthony Avila, Ayala
Christian Barajas, Ayala
Gavin Bradley, Ayala
Patrick Bruce, Damien
Anthony Ceccarelli, Claremont
Nathaniel Colletti, Chino Hills
Timothy Corvese, Damien
Tom Englebert, Claremont
Adam Johnson, Claremont
Bryce Kasamoto, Claremont
Steven Kahn, Ayala
Dylan Powers, Claremont
Kyle Reed, Chino Hills
Daniel Ross, Claremont
Jonah Ross, Claremont
Sebastian Sanchez, Ayala
Eric Stevens, Damien
Peter Torres, Chino Hills

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Damien celebrates Carew’s selection

Senior Tanner Carew was the man of the hour today at Damien High School.

The Oregon-bound football standout was named to the prestigious U.S. Army All American Bowl to be played in January in San Antonio, Tex. Just 90 players nationwide were selected. Representatives from the game and the Armed Services were on hand to formally present Carew with his jersey in a noon gathering in the Senior Quad.

It’s an honor because of the caliber of player chosen for the event. There are lots of senior All-Star games, locally and throughout the country. But this one puts added emphasis on character and leadership – attributes the armed services embrace.

Carew saw the game on television for the first time when he was in the fourth grade and told dad Marty it was one he would like to participate. Well that goal has come to fruition. He’ll be a great representative of Damien High School, the Inland Valley and Southen California.

 

 

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