Anderson, Shinnick qualify for Junior World Track Team

Local track standouts Zach Shinnick of Damien and Joseph Anderson of Upland had outstanding high school track seasons to wrap up their storied prep careers.

Burt the two future Pac 12 competitors continue to impress. Both competed at the United States Junior National Outdoor Track Championships in Sacramento this weekend and posted results that have qualified them for the Pan American Games in Peru.

Shinnick, who has signed with USC, won the 400 meters in 45.25. The time was fourth best all-time in California and the top time in the country this season.

Anderson, who has signed with Oregon, was second in the 110 hurdles (13.45), finishing behind only Eric Edwards (13.32) of Houston, Tex., who ran a personal best.

Two weeks ago, Anderson swept the hurdles titles at the CIF State finals at Clovis, running the nation’s fastest time and setting a state record of 13.33 seconds in the 110-meter distance.

On Friday, he overcame sizzling heat, two races, and two false starts to do something he has been trying to do for three years.

Athletes needed a top two finish to advance.

 

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Palomares League All-Academic honors for winter sports are out

Ayala’s Mikki Thompson finished sixth in the 500 yard freestyle during the CIF-SS Division 2 swimming finals at the Riverside Aquatic Complex in Riverside, Calif., on Saturday, May 13, 2017. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)

Swimmer Mikki Thompson of Ayala won a CIF title and placed in two other events. She is also among the Palomares League All-Academic honorees.

Here is list of those honored by the Palomares League for a good showing in the classroom. The GPA listed next to the sport is the lowest GPA of the athletes in that sport:

BASEBALL (3.82)
Peyton Alonzo, Glendora
Matthew Benson, Ayala
Tommy Delgado, Bonita
Brandon Dieter, South Hills
Jack Dunaway, Glendora
Daniel Genna, South Hills
Chris Jameson, Claremont
Brock Johnson, Bonita
Jake Mauch, South Hills
Nathan Schneider, Bonita
Tanner Siffert, Bonita
Cory Smith, Claremont

SOFTBALL (3.55)
Morgan Dunville, Bonita
Noemi Flores, Glendora
Savannah Hentz, Claremont
Ellen Lasko, Diamond Bar
Natalie Lugo, South Hills
Hannah Macias, South Hills
Leah Macias, South Hills
Lani Moreno, Claremont
Ruth Munoz, Diamond Bar
Emily Paradez, Bonita
Taylor Tetone, Glendora
Katelyn Williams, Ayala

BOYS GOLF (3.56)
Eric Celaya, South Hills
James Johnson, South Hills
Matt Lach, Claremont
Thomas Lee, Diamond Bar
Anthony Sutrisno, Ayala
Elijah Song, Claremont
Jeremy Wroth, Ayala
Tyler Yang, Claremont

BOYS SWIMMING 3.85
Dylan Banh, South Hills
Aaron Colina, Diamond Bar
William Huang, Diamond Bar
Sanjar Junisbal, Claremont
Brian Li, Diamond Bar
Austin Nguyen, Glendora
Christian Park, Diamond Bar
James Shultenberg, Bonita
Jongmin Lim, Diamond Bar
Timothy Pham, Ayala
Ryan Play, Ayala
Matthew Waddell, Diamond Bar

GIRLS SWIMMING (3.95)
Emma Ahadoberry Ayala
Shelby Banks, South Hills
Colette Bartel, Bonita
Kelly Chang, Diamond Bar
Carla Demerdjian, Glendora
Lauren Lin, Diamond Bar
Emily Marks, Claremont
Makenna Moore, Claremont
Alyssa Ono, Bonita
Callandra Phan, Diamond Bar
Mikki Thompson, Ayala
Ashley Yo, Diamond Bar

BOYS TENNIS (3.83)
Danny Aljamel, Bonita
Vinjay Bhupathiraju, Diamond Bar
Layton Bohren, Claremont
Ruben Chan, South Hills
Ryan Crowell, Bonita
Kevin Hahn, Glendora
Henry Lin, South Hills
Mohith Monohara, Glendora
Eric Peng, Diamond Bar
Vigneshwar Senthilkumar, Ayala
Bennett Williams, Bonita
Nicholas Wong, Diamond Bar

BOYS TRACK 3.84
Tyler Abo, Bonita
Ryan Atkinson, Glendora
Owen Bishop, Claremont
Michael Chase, Glendora
Marc Donnelly, Claremont
Phil Donnelly, Claremont
Ryan Farias, South Hills
Jason Huang, South Hills
Ramses Hyde, South HJills
Jordan Jones, Glendora
Donglin John Kim, Diamond Bar
Dylan McGarvey,Bonita
Ryan Renken, Claremont

GIRLS TRACK 3.95
Catherine Baklarz, Glendora
Katie Bentz, Bonita
Simone Bliss, Claremont
Jenna Cruz, Bonita
Malaena Hauptmann, Claremont
Many Huang, Glendora
Miranda Lee, Ayala
Alexis Lowden, Glendora
Ellen Manfred, Bonita
Valerie Warner, Bonita
Calleigh Winberg, South Hills
Janet Wong, Diamond Bar

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Rancho Cucamonga lone volleyball team in Division 1 grouping

Here are the CIF playoff groupings for girls volleyball. Teams in the Sun/Daily Bulletin coverage area are denoted in bold:

Division 1 – Aliso Niguel, Beckman, Chaparral, Corona del Mar, Dana Hills, Edison, Flintridge Sacred Heart, Foothill, Great Oak, Harvard-Westlake, Huntington Beach, JSerra, Laekwood, Los Alamitos, Marymount, Mater Dei, Mira Costa, Murrieta Valley, Long Beadh Poly, Rancho Cucamonga, Redondo Union, San Clemente, San Juan Hills, Santa Margarita, Temecula Valley, Tesoro, Trabuco Hills, Venturam Vista Murrieta, Woodbridge.

Division 2 – Agoura, Bishop Montgomery, Anaheim Canyon, Capistrano Valley, Chino Hills, Claremont, El Dorado, El Toro, Esperanza, Fountain Valley, Glendora, Hart, ML King, Laguna Hills, Los Osos, Louisville, Orange Lutheran, Marlborough, Millikan, Mission Viejo, Newport Harbor, Northwood, SO Notre Dame, Palos Verdes, Peninsula, San Marcos, Corona Santiago, South Torrance, Lakewood St. Joseph, Thousand Oaks, University, Valencia, Westlake, Long Beach Wilson, Yucaipa.

Division 3 – Arcadia, Arroyo Grande, Ayala, Bonita, Brea Olinda, Buena, Burbank Burroughs, Long Beach Cabrillo, Cajon, Calabasas, Chadwick, Chaminade, Citrus Valley, Crescenta Valley, Dos Pueblos, Elsinore, La Salle, Laguna Beach, Marina, Mission Prep, Monrovia, Murrieta Mesa, Newbury Park, Norco, Notre Dame Aca., Oxnard, Redlands East Valley, Roosevelt, Rsoary, Royal, Saddleback Valley Chr., Sage Hill, Santa Barbara, Serrano, Sierra Canyon, St. Lucy’s, Troy, Villa Park, Village Chr., West Ranch, Westridge, Yorba Linda.

Division 4 – Alemany, Apple Valley, Atascadero, Burbank, Camarillo, CC Canyon, Corona Centennial, Compton, Crean Luth., Crossroads, Culver City, Cypress, Downey, El Segundo, Etiwanda, Gahr, Glendale, Immaculate Heart, Inglewood, Irvine, Jordan, La Canada, La Habra, HH Los Altos, Mayfair, Miller, Moorpark, Morningside, Oak Park, Oaks Chr., Palm Desert, Pasadena, Paso Robles, Pasadena Poly, Redlands, Rio Mesa, San Luis Obispo, San Marino, Santa Monica, Saugus, South Pasadena, Sunny Hills, Torrance, Upland, Cerritos Valley Chr., Viewpoint, Warren, West Torrance.

Division 5 – Alta Loma, Blair, SA Cavalry Chapel, Campbell Hall, Carter, Cerritos, Corona, Costa Mesa, Diamond Bar, Dominguez, Eisenhower, El Modena, Estancia, Firebaugh, Fulleton, Golden Valley, Hemet, Hoover, Kennedy, La Quinta, La Reina, La Serna, Laguna Blanca, Lynwood, Maranatha, North Torrance, JW North, Norwalk, Oak Hills, GG Pacifica, Palm Springs, Paramount, Riv-Poly, Quartz Hills, Rancho Verde, Roghetti, Rim of the World, Rio Hondo,Santa Ynez, Serra, Shadow Hills, Simi Valley, Sonora, South Hills, St. Anthony, St. Margaret’s, St. Paul, Sultana, Temple City, Tustin, Plac-Valencia, Valley View, Vistamar, Whittier Chr., Woodcrest Chr., Xavier Prep.

Division 6 – Aquinas, Artesia, Beaumont, Bell Gardens, Bellflower, Bishop Amat, Brentwood, Buena Park, Rid-Burroughs, California, Charter Oak, Chino, Diamond Ranch, Don Lugo, El Rancho, Flintridge Prep, Gabrielino, Godinez, Grace Breth, Granite Hills, Heritage, Hesperia, Highland, Hillcrest, Hueneme, La Mirada, La Sierra, Lawndale, Leuzinger, Loma Linda, Muir, Riv-Notre Dame, Ontario Chr, Ox-Pacifica, Paloma Valley, Paraclete, Pioneer, Pioneer Valley, Rialto, San Gabriel, Santa Fe, Schurr, Segerstrom, Silverado, SM St. Joseph, St. Monica, Summit, Temescal Canyon, Templeton, Victor Valley, Walnut, West Covina, Whittier, Windward,

Division 7 – Adelanto, Archer, Arlington, Arroyo, Banning, Barstow, Beverly Hills, Breth Chr, D-Cavalry Chapel., Cantwell Sacred Heart, Cate, Cathedral City, Century, Channel islands, Colony, Duarte, El Monte, Fontana, Foothill Tech, Garden Grove, Gladstone, Glenn, Hawthorne, Heritage Chr, Indio, Jurupa Hills, Jurupa Valley, Katella, Knight, Lakeside, Lancaster, Loara, Lompoc, Mark Keppel, Mary Star of Sea, Montebello, Moreno Valley, Morro Bay, Mountain View, Nipomo, Northview, Orcutt Aca, Oxfird Aca, Patriot, Perris, Pomona Cath, Ramona, Rancho Mirage, Saddleback, San Dimas, San Jacinto, St. Bonaventure, St. Genevieve, Tahquitz, Vista del Lago, West Valley, Western, Westminster, Yucca Valley.

Division 8 – Alhambra, Antelope Valley, Arrowhead Christian, Arroyo Valley, Azusa, Baldwin Park, Bishop Conatty-Loretto, Bishop Diego, Bloomington, Bolsa Grande, Buckley, Lom-Cabrillo, Canyon Springs, Capistrano Valley Chr, Citrus Hill, Coachella Valley, Coast Union, Connelly, Covina, DaVinci Design, Desert Mirage,  Eastside, Edgewood, Fairmont, Grand Terrace, Hawthorne MSA, West-LaQuinta, Linfield Chr, Littlerock, Magnola, Malibu, Marshall, Miliken Comm, Nogales, Nordhoff, Norte Vistam, Oakwood, Ocean View, Ontario, Palmdale, Pomona, Burb-Providence, Rolling Hills, Rosemead, Rowland, Rubidoux, San Bernardino, San Gabriel Aca, San Gorgonio, Santa Ana, Santa Ana Valley, Santa Clara, Santa Maria, GG Santiago, Savanna, South El Monte, St. Mary’sTarbut V’Torah, Temecula Prep, Trinity Class, Twentynine Palms, Upland Chr, Webb, Western Chr, HH Wilson.

Division 9 – Aca Aca Excellence, Anaheim, Avalon, Bassett, Bell-Jeff, Besant Hill, Big Bear, Boron, Cal Aca M/S, California Lutheran, Calvary Murrieta, Carpenteria, Chaffey,  Coastal Chr, Colton, Cuyama Valley, de Toledo, Desert Chr Aca, Lanc-Desert Chr, Desert Hot Springs, Dunn, Faith Bap, Fillmore, Garey, Glendale Adv, TO-Hillcrest Chr, Holy Family, Holy Martyrs, Indian Springs, Kaiser, La Puente, La Sierra Aca, Lake Arrowhead Chr, Los Amigos, Mammoth, Mesa Grande, Midland, Montclair, New Roads, Nuview Bridge, Ojai Valley, Orange, Orangewood Aca, Pacific, Pacific Hills, Pacific Luth, SM-Pacifica Chr, SB-Providence, Ramona Convent, Rancho Alamitos, Sacred Heart of Jesus, San Gabriel Mission, San Jacinto Valley, Santa Clarita Chr, Santa Paula, Santa Rosa Aca, Sierra Vista, Southlands Chr, St. Bernard, St. Monca Aca, St. Pius, Thacher, University Prep, Vasquez, Villanova Prep, Wildwood, Workman.

Division 10 – ACE, AGBU-Canoga Park, AGBU-Pasadena, Alverno Height, Ambassador, Animo Lead, Apple Valley Chr, Aveson Global, Baker Valley, Bethel Bap, Lanc-Bethel Chr, Riv-Bethel Chr, Big Pine, Bloomington Chr, Cal Military, CSD-Riv, Calvary Bap, Mo Valley-Cav Chapel, Calvary Chr, Carnegie, Cobalt, Cornerstone, Crossroads Chr, Desert Chapel, Eastside Chr, Einstein, Environmental Charter, Excelsior, Ganesha, Garden Street, Grove, Guidance Charter, Hamilton, Hesperia Chr, Highland Hall, Immanuel Chr, Int School-LA, Joshua Springs, Judson, Lancaster Bap, Le Lycee, Lee Vining, Liberty Chr, Lighthouse Chr, Lone Pine, Lucerne Valley, La Verne Luth Maricopa, Mesrobian, Mojave, New Harvest, Newbury Park Adv, Noli Indian, Oak Grove, Orange Vista, Owens Valley, OC-Pacifica Chr, Packinghouse, Palm Vallley, Pilgrim, Pilibos, Public Safety, Redlands Adv, River Springs Charter, Riv County-Ed Aca, Riverside Prep, San Fernando Valley Aca, Santa Clarita Valley, Sequoyah,m Shalhevet, Shandon, Sherman Indian, Silver Valley, Southwestern Aca, Summit View, Trinity Chr, Trona, SM-Valley Chr, Victor Valley Chr, Waverly, Westmark, Yeshiva

 

 

 

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Top baseball players from six leagues to play in all-league event

The top players from six leagues will be showcased in the second annual San Gabriel Valley High School All-League All-Star Challenge on Saturday at Maverick Park in West Covina.

The 11 a.m. game will pit the Miramonte League against the Marmonte League with the 3 p.m. contest featuring the Hacienda and Valle Vista.

Capping off the event is the Baseline against the Palomares at 6 p.m. with Etiwanda coach Don Furnald, whose team won the Division 2 championship, directing the Baseline team.

The event was the idea of South Hills coach Darren Murphy.

Players who earned first-team All-league honors will be on their respective teams with players from the second team and honorable mention used to fill in where needed.

The event is sponsored by Frozen Ropes.

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Local softball standouts get set for College World Series

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The NCAA College World Series (softball) starts on Thursday in Oklahoma City and there are a number of athletes from the Sun/Daily Bulletin coverage area who part of teams in the hunt.

A quick look at those players and the numbers they have put up this year:

* Paige Halstead (Los Osos), Soph., C, UCLA – Hit .286 with 24 runs, 21 RBI, 4 doubles, 1 triple, 6 home runs.

* Sahvanna Jaquish (Redlands East Valley), Sr., C-INF, LSU – Hitting .331 with 40 runs, 60 RBI, 12 doubles and 9 home runs. A first-team NFCA All-American.

* Justine McLean (Rancho Cucamonga), Sr., OF, Florida – Hitting .287 with 40 runs scored, 16 RBI, 1 triple.

* Melanie Olmos (Grand Terrace), Fr., P, Oklahoma –

* Delaney Spaulding (Etiwanda), Sr., INF, UCLA – Hitting .381 with 57 runs, 43 RBI, 17 doubles, 1 triple and 16 home runs.

* Vanessa Taukeiaho (Etiwanda), Fr., OF, Oklahoma –

* Janell Wheaton (San Dimas), Jr., C-1B, Florida – Hitting .261 with 23 runs, 31 RBI, 10 doubles, 1 triple, 3 home runs.

First round games:

Oregon vs. Washington

Oklahoma vs. Baylor

Florida vs. Texas A&M

UCLA vs. LSU

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Ayala girls soccer coach Matt Hodges killed in car accident

Ayala High School soccer coaches Gabby Constante and Matt Hodges died as a result of injuries sustained in a crash Monday north of Desert Center.

The Southern California soccer community has been shaken by the death of Ayala girls soccer coach Matt Hodges and three others in an automobile accident Monday.

Here is the link to the Daily Bulletin new story on the accident.

Kaitlyn Arreola, who just completed her junior year at Chino Hills, had Hodges as a club coach for four years and expressed her sentiments.

“Matt always knew how to have fun and make a connection with us . He pushed our limits because he knew we had more potential . He was more than a coach, he was family . Everyone who knew him loved him and enjoyed his presence . He will be missed dearly and especially all us girls . We know he’s in a better place now .

“I will always remember whenever he saw any of his players he would run and give us a high five. Also, during practice he would just stop and start dancing to lighten up the mood when we were frustrated.”

Added senior Alexis Vera, also of Chino Hills . . .

“Matt was a great coach. He made me feel wanted and important as a player. I remember my freshman year he tried getting me to go to Ayala. He would try to bribe and tease me about the rivalry between Chino Hills and Ayala. He was taken from us too soon and I’m still in shock that he’s gone but he’s in a better place now with Papa Hodges.”

Hodges just finished his fourth year directing the Bulldogs. They were 36-46-10 in his tenure, the best season coming in 2014-2015 when they won the Palomares League, and advanced to the second round of the CIF playoffs before losing to Yorba Linda 2-1.

Chino Hills coach Andy Plascencia was still reeling from the news. He had a close relationship with Hodges over the last eight years from both club and high school ball. Hodges worked in the same Legends FC but also was head junior varsity coach for Plascencia in stints at both Chino Hills and St. Lucy’s.

“He really cared about his players, on and off the field. He always put their interest first.”

“He loved his players with all his heart. Matt and Gabby would both spend countless hours talking about their players. It was evident that both Gabby and Matt wanted their players to be successful. I know both would want their players to know they loved every moment they spent with them and they must continue the love that Gabby and Matt showed. Their legacy will forever be one of love.”

 The Ayala softball team played in a CIF Division 3 semifinal playoff game today at Newhall-Hart. A moment of silence was observed before that game.

A display honoring the coaches at Ayala High School.

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St. Lucy’s softball team takes out top seed Gahr in second round

St. Lucy's Samantha Garcia (20) is surrounded by her team as she reaches home plate during a prep softball game St. Lucy's Priory High School in Glendora, Calif. on Wednesday 26, 2017. St. Lucy's defeated Chino Hills 17-8. (Correspondent photo by Trevor Stamp)

The St. Lucy’s softball team may have settled for a second-place finish in the Baseline League but the Regents have apparently saved their best for last.

The team turned in the biggest upset of perhaps any early round game when it stunned top seed and undefeated Gahr  10-4 in a Division 2 second round game on Tuesday.

St. Lucy’s (18-6) will now host Villa Park (23-8) on Thursday in a quarterfinal contest.

Doing homework made all the difference.

Regents coach David Gaither was able to get a pretty good rundown on his opponent from a fellow coach. He made copies and gave one to each player. The rest is history.

“It was the best scouting report I have ever gotten on a team,” Gaither said. “We knew exactly what pitches they liked to hit, what pitches people got them out on before. The girls went out and executed everything we wanted to do.”

The standouts in the contest were the same ones that have performed well all season. It was a good effort from senior Dakota Casper in the circle. Casper, who has signed with Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, has pitched almost every inning for her team over the last four years.

Third baseman Samantha Garcia had a pair of home runs – a three-run homer and solo shot. She is hitting ..578 with 24 RBI on the season.

Sophomore catcher Audrey Sellers added a grand slam. She is hitting .451 with 32 RBI, 10 doubles and nine home runs.

It would be natural for the Regents to think they have a pretty good shot at going all the way since they have already taken out the top seed. But that isn’t quite the case.

“We’re not looking past anybody,” Gaither said. “We’re only worried about the next game ahead of us.”

 

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First round in softball and second round matchups

Photo published for Upland defeats Canyon Springs to begin CIF-SS softball playoffs

Here are all the scores from first round softball games from teams in the Sun/Daily Bulletin coverage area with update on who the winners play next:

DIVISION 1
First round
Vista Murrieta 7, Chino Hills 0
Grand Terrace 11, Valley View 1
Orange Lutheran 12, Etiwanda 2
Capistrano Valley 14, Chino 5

Tuesday’s game
Grand Terrace at Mater Dei

DIVISION 2
First round
St. Lucy’s 5, Glendora 3
La Quinta 11, Redlands East Valley 1
Upland 11, Canyon Springs 6
Sunny Hills 2, Don Lugo 0

Tuesday’s games
Gahr at St. Lucy’s
Upland at Charter Oak

DIVISION 3
First round
Mayfield 10, San Dimas 3
Ayala 7, Apple Valley 0
Patriot 4, Summit 3
Hart 11, Redlands 8

Tuesday’s game
St. Bonaventure at Ayala

DIVISION 4
First round
Silverado 3, Oak Hills 2
Jurupa Hills 12, San Juan Hills 2
Beaumont 12, Aquinas 2
Montclair 12, Arcadia 1

Tuesday’s games
Buena at Silverado
Jurupa Hills at Placentia Valencia
Montclair at Arroyo

DIVISION 5
First round

Colony 12, Yucca Valley 2
Sultana 13, Sierra Vista 2
Vista del Lago 12, San Gorgonio 2
Barstow 9, Pomona Catholic 4

Tuesday’s games
Colony at Sultana
South El Monte at Barstow

DIVISION 6
First round

Webb 8, University Prep 2
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 8, Victor Valley 0

Tuesday’s game
Webb at Carpenteria

DIVISION 7
First round

St. Genevieve 9, Upland Christian 1
Hamilton 18, Lake Arrowhead Chr. 4
Archer School 10, La Verne Lutheran 0
AAE 17, Heritage Chr. 3

Tuesday’s game
Santa Ynez at AAE

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First round CIF baseball scores and second round matchups

Etiwanda’s Steven Rivas (#8) is mobbed by his teammates after hitting a walk-off home run in the seventh inning to defeat Beckman 6-5 during Friday’s CIF-SS Division 2 playoff game at Etiwanda High School in Rancho Cucamonga, Ca., May 19, 2017. (Photo by John Valenzuela/SCNG)

Here are first round scores for teams in the Daily Bulletin/Sun coverage area as well as schedule for second round:

DIVISION 1
First round
South Hills 4, Damien 0
Redlands East Valley 7, Corona Santiago 4

Tuesday’s game
Sherman Oaks Note Dame at REV

DIVISION 2
Etiwanda 6, Irvine Beckman 5
Mira Costa 7, San Dimas 3
Ayala 8, Corona del Mar 3
Palm Desert 3, Kaiser 2 (14 inn)

Tuesday’s games
Village Christian at Etiwanda
Mira Costa t Ayala

DIVISION 3
San Gorgonio 4, Los Osos 3
Riverside Poly 1, Citrus Valley 0
Don Lugo 13, Cajon 1

Tuesday’s games
Quartz Hill at San Gorgonio
Don Lugo at Santa Fe

DIVISION 4
Victor Valley 7, Shadow Hills 3

Tuesday’s game
Victor Valley at Sonora

DIVISION 5
Oak Hills 14, Ontario Christian 4
Palm Springs 4, Jurupa Hills 0
Grand Terrace 7, Saddleback Valley Chr. 9
Chaffey 8, Rialto 0
Atascadero 8, Garey 0
Apple Valley 9, Acad Acad Exc 1

Tuesday’s games
Oak Hills at Salesian
Jurupa Valley at Grand Terrace
Chaffey at North Torrance

DIVISION 6
Rancho Christian 5, Silverado 1
Big Bear 11, Vista del lago 2
Barstow 2, Ontario 0
Pomona 3, Santa Clarita Chr. 0

Tuesday’s games
Big Bear at St. Anthony
Pomona at Barstow

DIVISION 7
Apple Valley Chr. 22, Packinghouse Chr. 0
Upland Chr. 17, Noli Indian 3
Bethel Chr. 3, Redlands Adventist 2
Arrowhead Chr. 14, Oakwood 4
Hamilton 8, La Verne Lutheran 1

Tuesday’s games
Apple Valley Chr. at Upland Chr.
Hamilton at Arrowhead Chr.

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Former Los Osos baseball standout gets minor league award

Former Los Osos baseball standout Isaac Galloway has been named Pacific Coast League Player of the Week

Galloway, drafted in the eighth round in 2008, plays for the Marlins Triple-A affiliate in New Orleans. Last week he went 10 for 24 with five home runs, 10 RBIs an eight runs scored.

The five home runs came in a four-game series in Reno, including two-homer efforts on Thursday and Sunday. The 10-year pro had just one prior multi-home run game in his career.

Galloway hit safely in all five games during the week, going 10-for-24 with a league-leading 10 RBI along with eight runs scored and a stolen base. He has hit safely in nine of 10 games since returning to New Orleans on May 2 from a stint with Double-A Jacksonville (Fla.), where he batted .405 in 10 games.

On the season he is hitting .270 in 25 games with 16 RBI and 12 runs scored.

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