Sierra League cross country honors

- 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

– 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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Chino Hills setter makes college decision

Mallory Beard Women's Volleyball Recruiting Profile

Senior setter Mallory Beard of Chino Hills has committed to NCAA Division I Hampton University (Va.). She visited the school earlier this month.

Beard, who helped the Huskies (17-8) to a share of the Sierra League title, has 530 assists (8.5 pg), 120 digs and 29 aces. The highlight of her season was a week in early October in which she was named national player of the week.

Beard, who plans to major in performing arts or psychology, also considering Jackson State (Miss.) and Coppin State (Md.).

Hampton is 16-10 overall and 10-2 in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference.

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Chino Hills grabs share of Sierra League volleyball crown

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The St. Lucy’s volleyball team has been the juggernaut in the Sierra League the last few years. Well Chino Hills proved it will be a force to reckon with come playoff time too.

The Huskies (17-8, 9-1) were convincing in a 25-21, 25-19, 25-19 win over St. Lucy’s in the regular season finale for both teams Tuesday night. The two tie for the league title, meaning a coin flip will determine the top seed.

St. Lucy’s (16-8, 9-1) won the first time the teams played – in not so dominant fashion 25-23, 25-22, 25-15.

This time it was just the Huskies night. Countless times a Huskies players would stick out a hand to try and keep a ball in play and somehow it found an open spot on the other side of the court. Sometimes you get the bounces, sometimes you don’t.

The Huskies boast one of the top players in Southern California in Meghan Buzzerio, a junior who has already committed to Arizona. They have a gutty little setter in Mallory Beard and a rapidly improving middle blocker in junior Alexa Lister who can be an imposing figure at the net. The rest of the cast isn’t too shabby either.

St. Lucy’s is a formidable foe too. The Regents will regroup and be just fine.

Let the playoffs begin!

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