All the prep football scores from Sept. 16-17

Rancho Cucamonga’s Jaylon Redd is tripped up by Murrieta Valley’s Joe Montoya at Rancho Cucamonga High School in Rancho Cucamonga, CA., Friday, September 16, 2016. (Photo by Jennifer Cappuccio Maher/Southern California News Group)

Aquinas 47, Xavier Prep 27
Granite Hills 30, Littlerock 0


Apple Valley 29, Victor Valley 22
Brea Olinda 40, Diamond Bar 20
Buena 27, Bonita 7
Chaffey 8, Colton 7
Charter Oak 27, Damien 14 story
Chino 51, Los Osos 14 story
Claremont 40, Pomona 12
Colony 43, Norte Vista 29 story
Covina 31, Montclair 7
Diamond Ranch 35, Burbank Burroughs 17
Eisenhower 69, Rialto 31
Garey 42, Webb 14
Great Oak 37, Ayala 7
Grand Terrace 62, Vista del Lago 0
Heritage 15, Redlands East Valley 7 story
Jurupa Valley 42, Arroyo Valley 22
Lakeside 63, Bloomington 14
Mater Dei 62, Upland 7 story
Miller 17, Fontana 9
Moreno Valley 34, Jurupa Hills 26
Northview 35, Don Lugo 28 story
Oak Hills 27, Etiwanda 24 story
Ontario 40, Patriot 12
Pacific 41, West Valley 29
Palm Springs 38, Kaiser 27
Paso Robles 31, Cajon 28
Perris 48, San Bernardino 10
Rancho Cucamonga 41, Murrieta Valley 20 story photos
Redlands 23, Chaparral 22
Rim of the World 20, Desert Hot Springs 13
Roosevelt 42, Alta Loma 27
San Gabriel 27, Ganesha 0
Serrano 55, Adelanto 6
Silverado 55, Eastside 31
Sultana 35, Barstow 28
Upland Christian 35, Nuview Bridge 8
Twentynine Palms 46, Indian Springs 0
Yucaipa 26, San Gorgonio 21 photos story
Yucca Valley 85, Western Christian 0

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An update on bus crash involving Chino Hills opponent

A bus carrying 15 football players and three coaches from Legacy High School in Broomfield, Col., which played at Chino Hills on Thursday, was involved in a serious accident on its return to its home state.

The contingent had arrived at Denver International Airport and was on its way out of the airport for the 40 minute trek back to is school when the bus veered off the road and struck a median.

The bus driver did not survive. The students were all taken to a hospital, treated and released, according to Jon Yunt of the Daily Camera in Boulder. The coaches, who had been sitting in the front of the bus, were the most seriously injured.

Head coach Wayne Vorhees sustained a skull fracture.

Chino Hills coach Chris Stevens flew to Colorado this morning to visit the coaches and offer his support.

The Huskies (3-0) are off the week. They defeated Legacy on Thursday 28-24 on a 56-yard pass from Austin Zavala to Noah Rigney with six seconds left.

Yunt said Legacy has a game scheduled for Friday but the status of that game is still in question.

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Complete football score list for Sept 9-11

Redlands East Valley's Armando Herrera is tackled by Upland's Andre Barnes during the first half of Friday's non-league game at Upland High School in Upland, Ca., September 9, 2016. (Photo by John Valenzuela/Southern California News Group)

Here are results from this weeks games from team in the Daily Bulletin-San Bernardino Sun coverage area:

Chino Hills 28, Legacy (Col.) 24 (story)
Summit 36, San Gorgonio 25 (story)
San Dimas 63, Ontario 20 (story)

Adelanto 28, Lancaster 8
Aquinas 35, Crean Lutheran 7
Barstow 49, Desert 13
Bonita 49, South Pasadena 28 (story)
Cajon 32, Kaiser 8 (photos) (story)
California 32, Pomona 12
Carter 30, Riverside North 24
Chaffey 15, Patriot 0
Chino 62, Hillcrest 30
Citrus Valley 50, Jurupa Hills 18 (story)
Colony 67, Gardena 18
Colton 40, Arroyo Valley 6
Damien 38, Claremont 7 (story)
Diamond Bar 27, Covina 7
Diamond Ranch 22, Ayala 21 (OT)
Duarte 44, Montclair 20
Etiwanda 52, Riverside Poly 7
Garey 40, Gladstone 16
Grand Terrace 21, West Valley 0
Jurupa Valley 41, Ganesha 0
Knight 12, Granite Hills 7
La Quinta 41, Webb 19
Los Osos 19, Alta Loma 15
Miller 42, Vista del Lago 15
Oak Hills 50, Palm Dale 14
Ontario Christian 35, Calvary Chapel 7
Pacific 48, Indian Springs 12
Quartz Hill 21, Serrano 14
Ramona 19, Fontana 0
Rialto, 43, Bloomington 34
Rim of the World 54, San Bernardino 0
Rancho Cucamonga 49, Don Lugo 7 (story)
Silverado 21, Sultana 14 (story)
Upland 44, Redlands East Valley 34 (photos) (story)
Victor Valley 21, Hesperia 12
Whittier Chr. 42, Arrowhead Chr. 14 (story)
Yucaipa 56, Palm Desert 0

Santa Fe Christian 50, Big Bear 7

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A nod to a few athlete of week nominees

Here are this week’s So Cal Prep Legends Athletes of the Week:

Boys winner is: Andrew Almazan, Chino football

Girls winner is: Mary Bagshaw, Rancho Cucamonga volleyball

We had a lot of good nominees this week. Unfortunately we can only pick one boy and one girl.

Just wanted to give a mention to some of the other worthy candidates put up by a representative of the school or the Bulletin staff:

  • Jarell Sykes, senior, RB, San Dimas: Ran for 168 yards and 2 touchdowns and caught 2 passes for 80 yards and 2 touchdowns in a 55-14 win over Maranatha on Friday.
  • E.J. Pasiwicz, senior, RB-WR-DB, Bonita: Ran for 227 yards and 4 touchdowns on 29 carries in Friday’s 36-28 win over Santa Fe.
  • Khoury Bethley, junior, RB-SS, Don Lugo: Ran for 263 yards on 18 carries and added 2 receptions for 27 yards, scoring 4 touchdowns in all in a 41-20 victory over Pomona on Friday.
  • Albert Louis, senior, CB-WR, Ganesha: Had 2 big interceptions in 38-21 win over Gladstone on Thursday at Charter Oak. Returned one 86 yards for a score and brought the other back 70 yards. He also had a touchdown catch of 30 yards.
  • Cam’reon Dean, senior, WR-DB, Summit: Scored 3 touchdowns in a win over Hesperia, two of those coming on punt returns and the other coming on a touchdown catch. Was also a factor on defense with 6 tackles.



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Complete list of prep football scores from Week 1

Etiwanda High School's Lawrence Starks (21) is brought down by Redlands East Valley's Jaelan Phillips during a game on Friday, September 2, 2016 in Redlands, Ca. (Micah Escamilla/Redlands Daily Facts, SCNG)

Thursday’s games
Arroyo Valley 20, San Bernardino 18
Ganesha 38, Gladstone 21

Friday’s games
Apple Valley 67, Granits Hills 7
Arrowhead Christian 20, Big Bear 10
Ayala 38, Alta Loma 31
Bloomington 38, Nuview Bridge 8
Bonita 36, Santa Fe 28
Calvary Murrieta 33, Ontario Christian 14
Charter Oak 63, Colony 10
Chino 50, Baldwin Park 23
Chino Hills 21, Diamond Ranch 13
Citrus Valley 40, Beaumont 34 (OT)
Damien 30, Glendora 22
Diamond Bar 34, Walnut 9
Don Lugo 41, Pomona 20
Garey 22, San Gabriel 12
Heritage 48, Los Osos 14
Jurupa Hills 12, Chaffey 9
Jurupa Valley 32, Indian Springs 6
Kaiser 15, Warren 15
Lakeside 27, Colton 7
Mammoth 15, Upland Christian 8
Mission Viejo 42, Oak Hills 28
Murrieta Mesa 70, Montclair 14
Murrieta Valley 41, Redlands 28
Nogales 56, Ontario 28
Pacific 42, Adelanto 6
Perris 38, Miller 15
Ramona 63, Rialto 0
Rancho Cucamonga 48, Norco 20
Rancho Verde 48, Carter 13
Redlands East Valley 31, Etiwanda 6
Roosevelt 44, Eisenhower 10
San Dimas 55, Maranatha 14
San Gorgonio 35, Fontana 7
Serrano 37, Silverado 6
Sultana 7, Norte Vista 0
Summit 33, Hesperia 7
Upland 42, Claremont 3
Webb 55, Western Christian 0
Yucaipa 34, Grand Terrace 13

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Ganesha football game now slated for Thursday

The Ganesha High School football team is scheduled to play Gladstone this week. The site has changed three times and the day has changed too but as of now the teams are slated to play on Thursday at Charter Oak High School.

Gladstone does not have its own field which is the reason for the uncertainty. It is one of four schools that use Citrus College for a home venue and three of those schools are slated to have home games this week.

Giants coach Don Cayer hopes the game starts by 7 since it is a school night but it will be taking place AFTER a junior varsity game so it could be later.

Ganesha opened the season with a 28-8 win over Mark Keppel while Gladstone lost to South El Monte 40-7.

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Chino Hills football looks to defend Baseline League title

Grant Trueman (No. 55) of Chino Hills makes a tackle in 24-14 win over Upland. (Photo by Jennifer Cappuccio Maher/Inland Valley Daily Bulletin)

Grant Trueman makes a tackle against Upland in game last year.

Last year the Chino Hills football did something few have been able to do of late – wrestle the Baseline League title away from Upland. And the Huskies ran the table in league play which is always quite an accomplishment.

The Huskies, who finished 10-3 and advanced to the West Valley Division semifinal, will have their work cut out for them if they are to repeat however.

Gone are most of the skill position players that were integral in that run. Coach Matt Bechtel is gone too, having taken the job at South Hills in December.

The new man in charge is veteran Chris Stevens, who has a solid resume in the Inland Valley but most recently coached at Monrovia. Yes there is pressure to keep the ball rolling.

“I know what they have done here and what is expected,” Stevens said. “There is a level of excellence to maintain and we’re going to work hard to do that.”

While the Huskies had massive turnover at the skill positions there are a lot of veterans returning on both fronts which is always a good place to start when you’re rebuilding.

Returning offensive linemen are R.J. Stripling, Austin Villegas and Connor Garcelli with Stripling a first team All-Inland Valley and All-CIF selection.

On the other side of the ball the returning group is led by senior defensive linemen Grant Trueman, will also see time at tight end and does the kicking, and Oscar Burgueno. Other key veterans are linebacker Dylan Tucker and senior safety Max Masad.

Stevens also expects special teams to be a strong suit.

“Those are the things we’re going to rely on, especially early,” he said. “That’s where our experience is.”

Austin Zavala, a transfer from Ayala, will step into the starting quarterback role. The Huskies are thin at that position as starter Caleb Arreola graduated and his backup, Brett Borgogno, decided not to come out for football after suffering an injury last season and wanting to focus on baseball.

Randy Rivera, who got playing time last year when the Arreola and Borgogno were hurt, transferred to Roosevelt.

“I am most concerned about our quarterback position. Not because Austin can’t do the job. He has picked up the offense pretty well. It is just that we really don’t have anyone else ready to come in if something happens to him.”

Among those looking to shoulder more of the load this season will be senior wide receivers Noah Rigney and Tylin Charles.

Sophomore Walter Carl and junior Sean O’Donnell, brother of the graduated Grady O’Donnell, will be the main ball carriers.

The season gets underway on Friday with the Huskies hosting cross-town rival Ayala in the “Battle of the Bone.” Chino Hills holds a 9-3 edge in the series which includes a decisive 31-0 win last year.

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Here’s schedule for first week of prep football

Summit’s Stephen Carr (7) fis brought down by Etiwanda’s Kamari Pleasant (5) during the first quarter Friday night. Summit squares off in the “Battle for the 15” against Etiwanda Friday night September 4, 2015 at AB Miller High School in Fontana. (Will Lester/Staff Photographer)

All games 7 p.m. unless otherwise indicated
Adelanto at Lakeside
Apple Valley at Silverado
Arrowhead Christian Academy at Rancho Christian
Arroyo Valley at Fontana
Ayala at Chino Hills
Barstow at Citrus Hill
Calvary Murrieta at Western Christian
Carter at Los Osos
Chaffey at Grand Terrace
Chino at Damien
Diamond Bar at Alta Loma
Eisenhower at Tahquitz
Elsinore at Hesperia
Garey at Nogales
Glendora at Kaiser
Granite Hills vs. Twentynine Palms at Twentynine Palms Junior High
Jurupa Hills vs. Hillcrest at Norte Vista HS
Jurupa Valley at Pacific
La Sierra at San Bernardino
Maranatha at Rim of the World
Mark Keppel at Ganesha
Norte Vista at Claremont
Oak Hills at Pomona
Ontario Christian at Ontario
Palm Springs at Redlands
Paraclete at Serrano
Ramona at Indian Springs
Rancho Cucamonga at Chaparral
Roosevelt at Cajon
San Dimas at Bonita
San Gabriel at Montclair
San Gorgonio at Citrus Valley
Sultana at Quartz Hill
Summit at Etiwanda
Warren at Don Lugo
West Covina at Colony

Aquinas vs. Big Bear, 1:30 p.m.  at Big Bear Middle School
Upland vs. Mountain Pointe (Ariz), 4:30 p.m. at Norco HS

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The preseason CIF football polls are out as kickoff draws near

Here are the CIF preseason football polls for all divisions:

Division 1 – 1. Corona Centennial; 2. Mater Dei; 3. St. John Bosco; 4. Mission Viejo; 5. Long Beach Poly; 6. Vista Murrieta; 7. Chaminade; 8. Bishop Amat; 9. Serra; 10. JSerra.

Division 2 – 1. Oaks Christian; 2. Norco; 3. Murrieta Valley; 4. San Clemente; 5. La Harba; 6. St. Bonaventure; 7. Redlands East Valley; 8. Citrus Hill; 9. Westlake; 10. Sherman Oaks Notre Dame.

Division 3 – 1. La Mirada; 2. Villa Park; 3. Edison; 4. Cathedral; 5. Rancho Verde; 6. San Juan Hills; 7. Newbury Park; 8. Buena Park; 9. Palos Verdes; 10. Oak Hills.

Division 4 – 1. Corona del Mar; 2. Charter Oak; 3. Sierra Canyon; 4. Dominguez; 5. Colony; 6. Redondo Union; 7. Lompoc; 8. Placentia Valencia; 9. Lakewood; 10. Temecla Chaparral.

Division 5 – 1. Calabasas; 2. Bishop Diego; 3. Salesian; 4. Redlands; 5. Corona; 6, Paloma Valley; 7. Moorpark; 8. San Jacinto; 9. Santa Maria St. Joseph; 10. Ventura.

Division 6 – 1. San Marino; 2. Summit; 3. Mira Costa; 4. Palmdale; 5. West Torrance; 6 Lawndale; 7. Long Beach Wilson; 8. Yucaipa; 9. Los Altos; 10. Paraclete.

Division 7 – 1. Linfield Christian; 2. Warren; 3. Oxnard Pacfica; 4. South Hills; 5. St. Margaret’s; 6. Long Beach Cabrillo; 7. El Segundo; 8. St. Paul; 9. San Gorgonio; 10. Tustin.

Division 8 – 1. El Modena; 2. Chino; 3. Grace Brethren; 4. Laguna Hills; 5. Burbank; 6. Burbank Burroughs; 7. Moreno Valley; 8. Brea Olinda; 9. Rio Mesa; 10. San Dimas.

Division 9 – 1. Antelope Valley; 2. Ridgecrest Burroughs; 3. Riverside Notre Dame; 4. Palm Desert; 5. La Salle; 6. Mayfair; 7. Eastside; 8. Diamond Bar; 9. Muir; 10. Cerritos Valley Christian.

Division 10 – 1. Brethren Christian; 2. Dos Pueblos; 3. Aquinas; 4. Alta Loma; 5. Mission Prep; 6. Rubidoux; 7. Grand Terrace; 8. Santa Ynez; 9. Leuzinger; 10., tie, Apple Valley, JW North.

Division 11 – 1. Valley View; 2. Ontario Christian; 3. Culver City; 4. Ramona; 5. Crean Lutheran; 6. Oak Park; 7. Twentynine Palms; 8. Capistrano Valley; 9. Coachella Valley; 10. Bishop Montgomery.

Division 12 – 1. Banning; 2. Calvary Murrieta; 3. Segerstrom; 4. Rancho Mirage; 5. Rim of the World; 6. Santa Paula; 7. Banning;; 8. Arroyo; 9. Arroyo; 10. Saddleback; 10. Ontario.

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Local schools to host info sessions on colleges, recruiting

Three local high schools will give athletes, coaches and parents a chance to get more information on the ins and outs of college recruiting and what opportunities are out there academically.

Jack Renkens of Recruiting Realities will be the guest speaker. He has been a high school coach and athletic director and coached at the college level as well.

Sessions are open to athletes and parents from all schools free of charge.

Chaffey will host the first session at 7 p.m. tonight while Montclair will be the site on Tuesday. The circuit finishes up with a stop at Los Osos next Monday, Aug. 29 in the school’s theater.

For more, you can also visit Recruiting Realities website.


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