Sunkist League honors: Volleyball

All-Sunkist League girls volleyball 2014
MVPs
JORDON WILSON- SUMMIT
JANE FALOU- FONTANA

FIRST TEAM
ALYSSA BURKE- FONTANA
EMILY FABURRIETA- FONTANA
ARIAH MULLER- FONTANA
RYLIE STEWART- FONTANA
KIERA THOMAS- SUMMIT
MADELINE GARCIA- SUMMIT
LISA ARMS- SUMMIT
LORELLE KENNEDY- SUMMIT
SKYLER LEWIS- GRAND TERRACE
REGAN HOSKIN- GRAND TERRACE
RACHEL PENI- COLTON
HEAVEN MARIN- COLTON

SECOND TEAM
BEATRIZ ARELLANO- FONTANA
HAILEY TANNER- FONTANA
JORDAN MIXON- SUMMIT
KEISHA SMITH- SUMMIT
LAUREN MASON- KAISER
SIERRA BECERRA- KAISER
ALLEAH ALLEN- BLOOMINGTON
INGRID LOPEZ- BLOOMINGTON
AMBER CONTRERAS-COLTON
EMILY GALLEGOS- COLTON
SOFIA URIBE- COLTON
JESSI LEWIS- GRAND TERRACE
LINDSEY LEMOS- GRAND TERRACE

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Sunkist League honors: cross country

2014 Sunkist All-League Cross Country

All league boys
Federico Juarez, Bloomington
Marcos Guillen, Fontana
Gerardo Vazquez, Bloomington
Alejandro Mariscal, Bloomington
Christian Vera, Bloomington
Angel Parga, Bloomington
Osar Saavedra, Grand Terrace
Alex Diaz, Bloomington
Jared Baca, Grand Terrace
Alejandro Jimenez, Bloomington

All league girls:
Jennifer Sandoval, Summit
Michelle Pineda, Fontana
Krystal Padilla, Kaiser
Sinai Martinez, Fontana
Nissa Inzunza, Grand Terrace
Cecilia Magana, Bloomington
Lauren Silvey, Summit
Mirella Rodriguez, Fontana
Celine Montano, Grand Terrace
Daisy Lopez, Kaiser

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All-Sunkist League football

Kaiser’s Joshua Johnson was the Sunkist League offensive MVP

Sunkist League all-league football
OFFENSIVE MVP: Joshua Johnson, Jr., RB, Kaiser
DEFENSIVE MVP: Matt Restrepo, Sr., DL, Kaiser
QUARTERBACK
Myles Saler, Fontana
Keshon Flemings, Summit
WIDE RECEIVER
Marcus Jones, Bloomington
Armani Ruffin, Fontana
Wayne Jackson, Summit
Deangelo Vasquez, Summit
RUNNING BACK
DeAndre Graham, Sr., Colton
Gerson Diaz, Sr., Fontana
Argustus Dixon, Jr., Grand Terrace
Joshua Johnson, Jr., Kasiser
Damian Alloway, Jr., Summit
TIGHT END
Armani Dodson, Jr., Kaiser
OFFENSIVE LINE
Nick Agudo, Sr., Colton
Raul Garcia, Sr., Fontana
Brandyn Alvarez, Jr., Grand Terrace
Eric Villalobos, Sr., Kaiser
James Hansen, Jr., Kaiser
Joseph Gonzalez, Sr., Kaiser
James Valenzuela, Sr., Summit

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Sunkist All-League football

Team champion – Kaiser
Offensive MVP – Ray Padilla, Kaiser
Defensive MVP – Fran Cole, Kaiser

OFFENSE
QB Keshon Flemings, Jr., Summit
QB Ralph Mohammed, Sr., Grand Terrace
OL Carmen Foglio, Jr., Fontana
OL Jonathon Guzman, Sr., Kaiser
OL Daniel Perez, Sr., Colton
OL Jesse Rodriguez, Sr., Fontana
OL Enrique Salazar, Jr., Bloomington
OL James Valenzuela, Jr., Summit
RB Randy Alloway, Jr., Summit
RB Isaiah Cisneros, Sr., Colton
RB Cruz Duke, Sr., Grand Terrace
RB Joshua Johnson, Soph., Kaiser
RB Edgar Perez, Sr., Bloomington
WR Chris Alloway, Sr., Sumit
WR Eric Brown, Sr., Summit
WR Jason Taylor, Sr.m, Colton
WR Jordan Washington, Sr., Summit
TE David Miller, Sr., Kaiser
K James Fonseca, Sr., Summit

DEFENSE

DL Matthew Restrepo, Jr., Kaiser
DL Augie Uribe, Jr., Colton
DL Ma’ake Vave, Sr., Summit
DL Patrick Yniguez, Sr., Summit
DE Joe Ayala, Sr., Gran Terrace
DE Emmanuel Jamison, Sr., Kaiser
DE Marquel Stewart, Sr., Fontana
OLB Brennen Miano, Jr., Summit
OLB Dwayne Parchment, Jr., Kasier
OLB James Shipley, Sr., Grand Terrace
ILB Mark Brito, Sr., Summit
ILB Clayton Howard, Sr., Kaiser
ILB Derrick Lino, Sr., Fontana
ILB Adan Ramos, Sr., Bloomington
DB Damien Alloway, Soph., Summit
DB Cedric Citizen, Sr., Kaiser
DB Weslee Lewis, Sr., Kaiser
DB Alex Longsworth, Sr., Grand Terrace

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Chino girls pull major upset

When it comes to high school volleyball, there are usually very few surprises in the first round.

Well the Chino High School volleyball team sure provided one of those. The fourth-place team out of a weak Mt. Baldy League turned in a 3-2 (25-15, 15-25, 15-25, 25-14, 15-7) win over Sunkist League champion Fontana which came in with a 22-3 record.

By the way, Chino parted ways with is coach a month ago., making the story tat much better.

Give new coach Ariel Rorabaugh much of the credit. She was the junior varsity coach until the varsity coach was removed.  She says confidence was a big factor. That is, building up that of her team.

And the players too say that is the what has made the difference.

Yes, Fontana probably took their opponent lightly. But after the Steelers won the second and third games convincingly, it only seemed like just a matter of time before they wrapped it up. But that didn’t happen.

Chino made all the plays in the last two games. Fontana seemed to tighten up. Sometimes it’s easier in that situation when you are the underdog with nothing to lose.

 

 

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Sunkist champ Summit loses transfer QB, gains transfer QB

Summit starting quarterback Jakob Jordan transferred to Eastvale Roosevelt in December, but it didn’t take the SkyHawks long to fill the void. The two-time defending Sunkist League champions will replace Jordan with Etiwanda transfer Keshon Flemmings.

Flemmings, who will be a junior in the fall, quarterbacked the Etiwanda junior varsity last season. He has turned in a great summer in passing league, according to Summit head coach Cesar Villalobos. Flemmings will certainly have plenty of talent at receiver this coming season in Washington commit Erik Brown and Jordan Washington, who has scholarship offers from Idaho and New Mexico State.

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Thirty scholarship offers in four months land Summit WR Brown at Washington

As soon as Erik Brown’s season ended, it began.

The Summit High School receiver didn’t have a scholarship offer when the No. 1 seed in the CIF-SS Central Division went down in the first round of the playoffs Nov. 9, 2012. Over a four month period beginning in February, he became one of the most sought after receivers in the country.

The pursuit ended last week when the 6-foot-2, 175-pound rising senior verbally committed to Washington, choosing the Huskies from nearly 30 scholarship offers that included UCLA, Notre Dame, Nebraska, Boise State and Oregon State.

“I knew it was coming,” Brown said. “I worked hard for this and it has been a blessing. It all happened really fast. I think I just got a chance to showcase what I can do when passing league came around.”

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Kaiser pitcher chooses San Diego State over Washington, Hawaii, Long Island

Ryan Mota Kaiser MugKaiser’s Ryan Mota verbally committed to San Diego State on Tuesday, according to Kaiser baseball coach Mike Spinuzzi. The 6-foot-3 pitcher, who will be a senior next season, chose the Aztecs over offers from Washington, Hawaii and Long Island University.

As a junior Mota went 9-2 with a 2.05 earned-run average for the Sunkist League champions. He pitched three complete games, had 56 strikeouts and 16 walks in 58 innings. Mota, who also played first base, hit .354 with 28 RBIs and 23 runs scored in 28 games in helping Kaiser to a 25-5 overall record and the No. 2 seed in the Division 4 playoffs last season.

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All-Sunkist League baseball team: Two sides to this MVP discussion

There were two distinct sides to be taken in the debate over the Sunkist League baseball MVP. The pitching side: a 9-0 record, 0.95 ERA, six complete games, 114 strikeouts and just 12 walks in just 74 innings. And the offensive side: .455 batting average, three home runs, 41 RBIs and 29 runs scored in 28 games with a .518 on-base percentage.

Of course, both sides belonged to junior Chris Mathewson of league champion Kaiser. Needless to say, it wasn’t much of a debate.

Chris Mathewson Kaiser POY 1MVP: Chris Mathewson JR Kaiser

First Team
Toby Rainwater JR Kaiser
Ryan Mota JR Kaiser
Jacob Sanchez JR Kaiser
Alex Valdivia JR Kaiser
David Osuna SR Kaiser
Jacob Barajas SR Kaiser
Anthony Ayala SR Fontana
Andres Solis SR Fontana
Armondo Zapata JR Fontana
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