First round CIF baseball scores and second round schedule

Chino Hills baseball and Bailey Falter rout Redlands East Valley, 7-1

Chino Hills was a first round winner over Redlands East Valley.

Here is complete rundown on first round playoff results and where the winners play next:

DIVISION 2
First round

Chino Hills 7, Redlands East Valley 1
Damien 8, Glendora 7
Mission Viejo 6, Yucaipa 4
Etiwanda 2, Warren 1
Carter 3, Foothill 1
Bonita 5, Cajon 2
Tuesday’s games
Chino Hills at Rio Mesa
Damien at Royal
Etiwanda at Carter
Gahr at Bonita

DIVISION 3
First round

San Dimas 9, La Quinta 0
Tuesday’s game
Garden Grove at San Dimas

DIVISION 4
First round

Santa Ana Cavalry Chapen 1, Kaiser 0
San Gorgonio 3, Silverado 1
Katella 2, Alta Loma 0
Victor Valley 5, Patriot 1
Serrano 3, Whittier 0
Sunny Hills 3, Don Lugo 2
Grand Terrace 2, Jurupa Hills 1
Laguna Beach 20, Colton 0
Granite Hills 11, Ridgecrest Burroughs 3
South Torrance 13, Montclair 4
Tuesday’s games
San Gorgonio at St. Bonaventure
Victor Valley at Serrano
Grand Terrace at Sunny Hills
Laguna Beach at Grabnite Hills

DIVISION 5
First round

Big Bear 7, Ontario Christian 6
San Marino 4, Garey 0
Tuesday’s game
Village Christian at Big Bear

DIVISION 6
First round

Bloomington Christian 6, Silver Valley 2
Crean Lutheran 18, Upland Christian 0
Tuesday’s game
Bloomington Christian at Salesian

DIVISION 7
First round

Excelsior Charter 27, Lucerne Valley 3
Hesperia Christian 10, San Jacinto Valley 4
Apple Valley Christian 30, Cornerstone 14
ACE 1, St. Monica 0
Tuesday’s games
Excelsior at New Roads
Avalon at Hesperia Christian
Riverside Prep at Apple Valley Christian
Cavalry Chapel at ACE

Share this
Plusone Twitter Facebook Tumblr Reddit Stumbleupon Email

First round softball scores and second round schedule

Los Osos defeated Chino 3-1 in a first round game between traditional powers on Friday

Here’s what happened in the first round of CIF softball play and who the winners play next:

DIVISION 1
First round

Los Osos 3, Chino 1
Chino Hills 16, Vista Murrieta 6
Etiwanda 5, Yorba Linda 0
Garden Grove Pacifica 11, Upland 1
Tuesday’s games
Corona Santiago at Los Osos
Etiwanda at Murrieta Valley
Anaheim Canyon at Chino Hills

DIVISION 2
First round

Citrus Valley 5, Aliso Niguel 4
Valley View 3, Cajon 2
Yucaipa 10, Bonita 0
Tuesday’s games
Agoura at Citrus Valley
Yucaipa at Capistrano Valley

DIVISION 3
First round

Grand Terrace 2, Peninsula 1
St. Paul 3, Don Lugo 2
Gahr 8, Fontana 0
Warren 5, Kaiser 1
Montclair 3, Hemet 2
Tuesday’s games
Grand Terrace at Tesoro
Montclair at Redondo Union

DIVISION 4
First round
Apple Valley 2, Ontario Christian 1
Ramona 13, Jurupa Hills 12
Loara 10, Rialto 2
Aquinas 10, Palm Desert 0
Oak Hills 16, Patriot 5
Tuesday’s games
Temescal Canyon at Apple Valley
Aquinas at Ocean View
Torrance at Oak Hills

DIVISION 5
First round

San Dimas 13, Barstow 1
Silverado 15, Nogales 0
Tuesday’s games
Edgewod at San Dimas
Silverado at Flintridge Sacred Heart

DIVISION 6
First round

Alverno 14, Mesa Grande 0
Webb 9, Rio Hondo Prep 0
Katella 18, Bloomington Christian 1
Tuesday’s game
Webb at Sierra Canyon

DIVISION 7
First round

Upland Christian 3, Temecula Prep 2
Bishop Diego 24, Hesperia Christian 2
ACE 20, Lake Arrowhead Christian 0
Tuesday’s games
University Prep at Upland Christian
Bishop Diego at ACE

Share this
Plusone Twitter Facebook Tumblr Reddit Stumbleupon Email

Chino Hills’ Tannon Snow still slugging away

Senior shortstop Tannon Snow of Chino Hills continues to add to her gaudy offensive numbers.

In the Huskies 16-6 first round playoff win over Vista Murrieta on Thursday Snow, who has signed with Washington, slugged a double and two home runs, accounting for eight RBI.

She had a two-run home run in the first inning while her grand slam home run came as part of a 12-run sixth inning.

The two home runs gave her 28, breaking the state’s single season record of 27. It also marked the 59th and 60th career home runs. She break the state career record in that category in the last game of the regular season.

“I have seen kids get on a hot streak, both in baseball and softball,” Chino Hills coach Mike Southworth says. “But this is absurd. I have never seen anything quite like this.”

Snow’s RBI numbers are equally impressive. She has 88 on the season (in 31 games) and 211 for her career.

The Huskies (24-9) play Anaheim Canyon in the second round of the playoffs on Tuesday.

Share this
Plusone Twitter Facebook Tumblr Reddit Stumbleupon Email

Chino, Los Osos softball trying to find their groove in playoffs

The softball teams from Chino and Los Osos will square off today at 3:15 p.m. in a first round CIF division 1 game. It’s unusual they would meet in a first round game. Both are used to finishing first in their league which justifies a better playoff draw.

But both have had their issues this season. Chino (17-7-1) has made three straight trips to a CIF title game, winning titles in 2012 and 2013 and losing an extra-inning heart-breaker to nationally ranked Mission Viejo 1-0 in the title game a year ago.

The Cowboys settled for a share of the Hacienda League title this season and had uncharacteristic league losses to West Covina and Charter Oak.

Coach Mike Smith said before the season started the new league into which he moved was weaker than the one he moved out of in the Mt. Baldy. Maybe now that he has finished a year in that league he has changed his mind. But he’s pretty tuned in to the travel ball happenings and personnel of each team so that probably isn’t the case.

The only player his team graduate was stud pitcher Miranda Viramontes. Senior Tiffany Kennedy-Cummings (11-5, 1.40) has filled in admirably and her numbers are stellar so there must be an issue elsewhere.

Complacency? Maybe. Smith has had to get on his teams at time this season about that very issue and admits he isn’t quite sure what to expect with his team as the playoffs start.

Los Osos (18-12)  won Baseline a year ago and dropped just one game. This year coach Mike Randall’s team settled for third. They were lucky to finish third, needing an upset of Chino Hills the final game of the regular season to finish there.

Sure, the addition of Chino Hills made repeating difficult to begin with, but the Grizzlies have lost to the likes of St. Lucy’s and Upland, both teams they have not struggled with before now.

Like Chino, Los Osos graduated a top line pitcher. But unlike the Cowboys, the Grizzlies also graduated some key position players, including infielder McKenzie Long, the league player of the year who has gone on to a stellar freshman season at Michigan State.

So one team is going to be ushered out of the playoffs in the first round, something to which it is not accustomed.

The reward for the winner is an an appointment with top seed Corona Santiago, barring a jarring upset in that first round game.

It’s time to see what both these teams are made of.

Share this
Plusone Twitter Facebook Tumblr Reddit Stumbleupon Email

Chino Hills High School to hold softball camp

Chino Hills High School will be hosting its annual summer camp for all
athletes who will be entering the high school in the fall.

The camp will run from 4:30 to 8 on June 16-17. The cost is $75 and all athletes must have a physical on file at the trainer’s office before they can attend.

For more information on the camp please call the athletic office at the high school at (909) 606-7540, extension 5470.

Share this
Plusone Twitter Facebook Tumblr Reddit Stumbleupon Email

Rancho Cucamonga HS to host Team USA scrimmage

Rancho Cucamonga High School will be the site of a scrimmage featuring the USA Women’s National Volleyball team. The event is being hosted by the school in conjunction with Forza Volleyball.

It will be held at 7 p.m. on Friday. Volleyball legend Karch Kiraly, the national team coach, will conduct a question and answer session at 5:45 p.m. Players will also be available for pictures and autographs after the scrimmage.

The USA Team is currently ranked No 1 in the world and is currently preparing for a series of matches against China, one to be held at UC Irvine on June 9 and the other June 12 at Cal State San Bernardino.

“It’s a great opportunity for people in the community to see the highest level of volleyball,” says Rancho Cucamonga program head Brandon Blevins. “We’re honored to be able to have the match here at our school.”Blevins said

There is no cost of those 18-under. The admission charge for others is just $5 with that going toward team expenses.

Share this
Plusone Twitter Facebook Tumblr Reddit Stumbleupon Email

Chino softball looking for playoff run, here’s the draw

The softball playoffs start this week and the local teams all have tough paths if they are to make a run deep in the postseason.

Chino has advanced to three straight CIF finals, all in Division 2, but the Cowboys are in Division 1 now and would have to beat the top seed in the second round, and that is if they can get past Los Osos first.

Here’s the rundown of games involving teams from the Bulletin/Sun coverage area:

DIVISION 1
Thursday’s games

Yorba Linda at Etiwanda (at Big League Dreams)
Vista Murrieta at Chino Hills
Upland at Garden Grove Pacifica
Friday’s game
Los Osos at Chino

DIVISION 2
Thursday’s games

Redlands East Valley at Sunny Hills
Aliso Niguel at Citrus Valley
Cajon at Valley View
Bonita at Yucaipa

DIVISION 3
Tuesday’s wild card game

Chaffey at Fontana
Thursday’s games
Don Lugo at St. Paul
Kaiser at Warren
Peninsula-Arcadia winner at Grand Terrace
Hemet-Beckman winner at Montclair

DIVISION 4
Tuesday’s wild card games

Arroyo Valley at Apple Valley
Palm Springs at Jurupa Hills
Thursday’s games
Apple-Arroyo winner at Ontario Christian
LaSerna-Heritage Chr winner at Oak Hills
Loara-Riv Notre Dame winner at Rialto
Palm Desert at Aquinas

DIVISION 5
Tuesday’s wild card game

Garey at Rubidoux
Thursday’s games
Victor Valley at Sierra Vista
Barstow at San Dimas
Nogales at Silverado

DIVISION 6
Thursday’s game

Rio Hondo Prep at Webb
Bloomington Chreistian at Katella

DIVISION 7
Thursday’s games

Grove-Temecula Prep winner at Upland Christian
Academy Careers Exp at Lake Arrowhead Christian
Connelly-Bishop Diego winner at Hesperia Christian

Share this
Plusone Twitter Facebook Tumblr Reddit Stumbleupon Email

The hunt for a CIF title in prep baseball is on

The prep playoff draw is out and a bunch of local teams are in the hunt as usual. That group is led by undefeated San Dimas (28-0), the top seed in Division 3.

Here is the rundown of games involving teams from the Sun/Bulletin coverage area.

DIVISION 2
Wednesday’s wild card games

Burbank at Damien
Carter at Mayfair
First round, May 22
Bonita at Cajon
Redlands East Valley at Chino Hills
Yucaipa at Mission Viejo
Etiwanda at Warren

DIVISION 3
First round, May 21

Palmdale-La Quinta winner at San Dimas

DIVISION 4
Wednesday’s wild card games

Silverado at Sultana
Rim of the World at Whittier
Colton at Century
Nordhoff at Montclair
First round, May 22
Calvary Chapel at Kaiser
Sultana-Silverado winner at San Gorgonio
Katella at Alta Loma
Patriot at Victor Valley
Sunny Hills-Godinez winner at Don Lugo
Whittier-Rim winner at Serrano
Jurupa Hills at Grand Terrace

DIVISION 5
Tuesday’s wild card games

Ontario Christian at Vista del Lago
Pomona at Azusa
Aquinas at Shadow Hills
Vista del Lago-Ontario Chr. winner at Big Bear
Granite Hills at Ridgecrest Burroughs
San Marino at Garey

DIVISION 6
First round, May 22

Silver Valley at Bloomington Christian
Upland Christian at Crean Lutheran

DIVISION 7
First round, May 21

Hesperia Christian at San Jacinto Valley
Cornerstone at Apple Valley Christian
Lucerne Valley at Excelsior Charter

Share this
Plusone Twitter Facebook Tumblr Reddit Stumbleupon Email

Glendora’s Mike LeDuc to make return to Damien

Glendora head coach Michael LeDuc, left, is congratulated by former Ramona (Riverside) head coach Dough Stockham who was LeDuc's high school coach after defeating Upland 63-56 for his 800th win as a head coach during a prep basketball game at Upland High School

Damien didn’t exactly have to look long and hard to find a successor to Matt Dunn as head boys basketball coach. Athletic Director Jeff Grant has announced former Glendora coach Mike LeDuc is that man.

LeDuc has been at Glendora since 1986, but had served as head coach at Damien from 1979 to 1986. He has 826 career wins, 124 coming in his first tenure at Damien.

LeDuc is the fourth winningest coach in California, second a mong active basketball coaches. His teams have won 15 league titles and four Southern Section titles.

Dunn resigned earlier this month to accept the same position at St. John Boscoe. Dunn led the Spartans to a Baseline League title and the Division 3 state championship which helped land him statewide coach of the year honors as well as Inland Valley

 

 

 

Share this
Plusone Twitter Facebook Tumblr Reddit Stumbleupon Email

Damien boys volleyball advances to semifinal for first time

Spartans mascot photo.

The Damien High School boys volleyball team advanced to the Division 5 semifinals for the first time in school history with a 3-1 (25-22, 25-21, 23-25, 25-22) win over Oakwood tonight.

The Spartans (24-6) will play next Wednesday against the winner of Ganesha-Sante Fe which is being played on Monday.

Junior libero Nick Hibshman tallied 35 digs to anchor the defense while senior setter Christian Hernandez registered 55 assists

The offense was balanced with four players hitting double digits in kills. Senior middle blocker John Prata had a team-high 16 kills but was followed closely by senior Chris Jorritsma with 15, junior Michael Spinney with 11 and junior Chris Mercado with 10.

Share this
Plusone Twitter Facebook Tumblr Reddit Stumbleupon Email