Rancho Cucamonga cross country coach Terry Tierney talks about his girls team making CIF-SS Division 1 finals despite not getting the best race from No. 1 runner Erin Holton
Rancho Cucamonga High School defensive lineman Chris Unga has decided to attend Utah State. He made that decision after visiting the past weekend.
He was also considering University of Hawaii and had a trip planned there but canceled that after coming back from Utah. Boise State also came into the picture late, visiting him at school on Monday after he had already made up his mind.
One of the biggest factors in the decision for Unga, the Inland Valley’s Defensive Player of the Year, was that the school was willing to wait for him to start his collegiate career. Unga is planning a Morman mission trip after graduation. He said some Division I schools backed off of him because of that.
Rancho Cucamonga volleyball standout Kyle Miller has made a verbal commitment to UCLA.
Ok, she’s just a sophomore. But that’s how highly sought after she was this season.
Miller totaled 716 assists, 230 kills, 92 aces and 30 blocks. While she was a jack-of-all trades for the Baseline League champion Cougars (24-7), Miller will be a setter in college.
She chose UCLA after narrowing her decision down to that school as well as Stanford and Washington, also national powers.
“It’s close to home and my family and friends and it will be a really good degree to have after college,” she said. “I’m just relieved to have made that decision. Now I can focus on school and club. I hung up the phone and just cried because it was such a relief.”