Just who could be the X-factor for Chino Hills

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The talk all season when it comes to the Chino Hills boys basketball team has centered around who will emerge as a scoring threat after the talented Ball brothers – Lonzo and Gelo.

Those two were a big part of the Huskies run to an Open Division title game last year but all basketball enthusiasts recognize that Mark Williams, Bishop Mency and K.C. Cyprian were equally as responsible.

The those three graduated, so what now.

It has taken three-quarters of a season but maybe the Huskies have someone emerging in freshman Cameron Shelton.

He had 13 in the Huskies 67-63 overtime win against Etiwanda tonight. Included in that point total were three 3-pointers, all of which came at crucial times.

He is a freshman starting on a quality team, which pretty much tells you all you need to know. He didn’t have a very good game on Wednesday against Damien, but he bounced back nicely tonight.

He is the team’s third-leading scorer behind the brothers Ball. He also looks pretty poised on the court, even in pressure situations.

“He has a chance to be very special,” Chino Hills coach Steve Baik says. “We have already seen it at times. We just need him to be a little more consistent but the talent is there.”

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Chino Hills basketball teams need to regroup quickly

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The Chino Hill boys basketball team is at a crossroad. And after tonight we’ll know a lot about what this teams is made of.

The Huskies are officially 3-13, 0-3 in the Baseline League after the forfeiture of nine games was made public on Thursday.

Tonight Chino Hills will host defending league champion Etiwanda (13-5, 2-1) at 6:30 p.m. The Eagles are a big enough challenge when you’re NOT facing adversity.

And the Eagles will be smarting a bit too after a last-second loss to Damien earlier this week so you know they’ll be fired up and looking for redemption as well.

Maybe its good the Huskies are facing one of the tougher foes. It leaves them no choice but to focus or it could be an ugly night. If they we’re facing a less challenging for there might be a tendency to just go through the motions and think they can get by.

The Huskies really can’t afford any loss now if they hope to finish in the top three in league and secure an automatic playoff berth.

They also really need a quality win to bolster their resume if they hope to gain a bid in the Open Division. It won’t look good, if in the worst case scenario, they go 0-4 vs. the other big two in Etiwanda and Damien.

How do you think the Huskies fare tonight?

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BREAKING: Chino Hills boys basketball team to forfeit 11 games

Confirmation today that Chino Hills boys basketball will be forfeiting 11 games.

Here is the word from school district spokesman Julie Gobin:

“It has come to our knowledge that a student-athlete participated in CIF competition despite being scholastically ineligible. Therefore, administrators at Chino Hills HS have chosen to self-report to CIF and to forfeit the 11 games in which the student participated. These forfeitures do not affect the wins achieved at the 2015 Bass Pro Shops Tournament of Champions this past weekend in Springfield, Missouri. Chino Hills High School has implemented a new system to ensure this does not occur again.”

Julie Gobin, communications director for CVUSD

The Huskies were 12-4 on the court and 2-1 in Baseline League play after a loss to Damien last night.

Representatives from Upland and Rancho Cucamonga say they have been notified of forfeits that included games against their teams, both of which Huskies won on the court.

So Chino Hills is officially 0-3 in the Baseline, heading into game on Friday vs. Etiwanda. And that will be tough one.

“This definitely changes things,” says Rancho Cucamonga coach Bill Burke, whose team is now 16-4 overall and 2-1 in Baseline. “It really does open the door for us, maybe even Upland.”

Upland Athletic Director John McNally said his school had been notified it was getting a win via the forfeit as well.

Of the 11 games the ineligible student participated in, nine were wins. So the Huskies are 3-13 overall, 0-3 in league.

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Damien basketball team takes control of Baseline League

VIDEO: Damien coach Matt Dunn talks about the win

Damien boys basketball coach Matt Dunn will say there is a long way to go. Isn’t that what they’re all conditioned to say after every win, even one that has a team in an advantageous position.

But indeed the Spartans are in the driver’s season after a convincing 94-78 win over Chino Hills. The Spartans owned this one from about the 4:00 minute mark of the first quarter.

So they’re only three games into Baseline League play. but Damien (15-2, 3-0) has wins over the two teams considered the other front runners in Etiwanda and Chino Hills. And in the second round it will have Chino Hills at home, with Damien always a tough venue for the visitors.

It was a masterful coaching job by Dunn. The Spartans took a few minutes to get on track but when they did they were a pleasure to watch.

The Spartans were not intimidated and never backed off.

It may have been tempting for the Spartans to go into a defensive shell or just take the air out of the ball once they got a lead in the fourth quarter. but they didn’t do that. They kept attacking and did what they did to get that lead.

Now is the gut check for Chino Hills, which has probably been knocked back down to earth. They have to refocus quick because they have Etiwanda on Friday and the Eagles will be ready.

The other thing painfully obvious is how much the Huskies miss those they graduated in Mark Williams, K.C. Cyprian and Bishop Mency. Sometimes you don’t know what have, until it’s gone.

And let’s not forget Nnamdi Okongwu, who would have been a senior but tragically passed away after injuries sustained in a summer skateboard accident.

The Huskies have marvelously talented players in the Ball brothers, Lonzo and Gelo. But they can’t do it alone. Chino Hills has some good young players, but they’re still developing. Of the young ones, I think freshman Cameron Shelton has great potential.

How those players mature the rest of the way may determine if Chino Hills has another run in it.

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CIF polls: Boys basketball

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Delewis Johnson of Etiwanda tries to get past Damien’s Jeremy Hemsley earlier this season.

Division 1AA – 1. Long Beach Poly; 2. Mater Dei; 3. Corona Centennial; 4. Redondo Union; 5. Chino Hills; 6. Etiwanda; 7. JW North; 8. St. John Bosco; 9. Village Cristian; 10. Santa Margarita; 11. Great Oak; 12. Tustin; 13. Los Alamitos; 14. Calabasas; 15. Corona Santiago; 16. Inglewood.

Division 1A – 1. Loyola; 2. Foothill; 3. Westlake; 4. Edison; 5. Placentia Valencia; 6. Valley View; 7. Godinez; 8. El Toro; 9. Walnut; 10. Mayfair; 11. Peninsula; 12. Villa Park; 13. Huntington Beach; 14. Cajon; 15. Burbank Burroughs; 16. Cypress.

Division 2AA - 1. Glendora; 2. Thousand Oaks; 3. Lawndale; 4. Anaheim Canyon; 5. Mira Costa; 6. Ayala; 7. Mark Keppel; 8. Elsinore; 9. Tesoro; 10. Redlands; 11. West Ranch; 12. Whittier; 13. Ventura; 14. Canyon Country Canyon; 15. Summit; 16. Woodbridge.

Division 2A - 1. La Mirada; 2. Compton; 3. Redlands East Valley; 4. Santa Barbara; 5. Colony; 6. Hart; 7. Righetti; 8. Lynwood; 9. Buena; 10. Savanna; 11. <Moorpark; 12, tie, Agoura and Sunny Hills; 14. San Juan Hills; 15. Cerritos; 16. Dominguez.

Division 3AA – 1. Damien; 2. Sonora; 3. Gahr; 4. San Marcos; 5. Los Altos; 6. Bonita; 7. Buena Park; 8. Arlington; 9. tie, Diamond Ranch and Palm Springs; 11. La Sierra; 12. tie, El Dorado and Pasadena; 14. Sultana; 15. Yorba Linda; 16. Northwood.

Division 3A – 1. Cathedral; 2. Cantwell Sacred Heart; 3. Alemany; 4. Corona del Mar; 5. Tahquitz; 6. Beverly Hills; 7. Esperanza; 8. Bishop Amat; 9. La Canada; 10. Servite; 11. Hoover; 12. South Pasadena; 13. Hacienda Heights Wilson; 14. Gabrielino; 15. Pioneer; 16. Leuzinger.

Division 4AA - 1. Bishop Mongomery; 2. Orange Lutheran; 3. Crespi; 4. Chaminade; 5. Mission Prep; 6. Harvard-Westlake; 7. Sherman Oaks Notre Dame; 8. Oaks Christian; 9. Morningside; 10. JSerra; 11. St. Francis; 12. Muir; 13. Rancho Mirage; 14. Atascadero; 15. Workman; 16. Covina.

Division 4A - 1. Campbell Hall; 2. Maranatha; 3. Buckley; 4. tie, Don Bosco and Valley Christian; 6. Trinity Classical; 7. St. Genevieve; 8. Crean; 9. La Salle; 10. Whittier Christian; 11. Paraclete; 12. St. Monica; 13. Riverside Prep; 14. St. Bonaventure; 15. San Gabriel Academy; 16. Heritage Chr.

Division 5AA - 1. Sierra Canyon; 2. Brentwood; 3. Viewpoint; 4. Windward; 5. Saddleback Valley Chr.; 6. Crossroads; 7. Santa Maria St. Joseph’s; 8. St. Margaret;s; 9. New Community Jewish; 10. Yeshiva; 11. Oakwood; 12. Chadwick; 13. Woodcrest Chr.; 14. Burbank Providence; 15. tie, Flintridge Prep and Loma Linda.

Division 5A - 1. Bell-Jeff; 2. Capistrano Valley Chr.; 3. Rancho Christian; 4. Santa Clarita Chr.; 5. St. Bernard; 6. Shalhevet; 7. Valley Torah; 8. Lone Pine; 9. Faith Bap.; 10. Bishop Diego; 11. Vistamar; 12. Mary Star of the Sea; 13. Tarbut V’Torah; 14. Pacifica Chr.; 15. Pilobos; 16. tie, McAuliffe and Ribert.

Division 6 - 1. Price; 2. Orangewood Aca.; 3. Hesperia Chr.; 4. California Luth.; 5. Rio Hondo Prep; 6. LA Adventist; 7. Joshua Springs; 8. Upland Chr.; 9. Appl;e Valley Chr.; 10. Santa Maria Valley Chr.; 11. Antelope Valley Chr.; 12. Besant Hill; 13. tie, Acaciawood and Lee Vining; 15. Calvary Bap; 16. Cornerstone.

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Just where does the Damien boys basketball team belong

The addition of the Open Division for basketball last year made for a lot conversation as teams got to the stretch run.

Many coaches didn’t like it just because a couple of weeks later the same teams were doing battle in the state portion of the playoffs any way.

Some coaches welcomed the challenge while others just really want to win a title and the chances are obviously better playing in your own division.

The Damien boys basketball team is ranked No. 1 in Division 3AA so it would seem they have a better than good shot at winning that division.

But the Spartans (15-2), whose lone losses are to teams out of the areas, are one the teams on the Open Division watch list. Coach Matt Dunn had an interesting take on that dilemma.

He said if his team finishes first or second in the Baseline League he thinks his team would be deserving of an Open Division berth and would be “honored” to have his team selected.

Of course that means he’d have to finish ahead of Etiwanda or Chino Hills and those are both pretty formidable foes.

He doesn’t think his team will get in if its is third in the league behind the previously mentioned two.

He does think both Chino Hills and Etiwanda will be put in the Open Divsion regardless of their finish, unless they were to slip up and lose to someone else.

“I have no problem with it if we have earned it and that would be finishing first and second,” he said. “With this particular group of players too I think they like the challenge.”

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Rosters set for San Gabriel/Inland Empire All-Start Game

What: San Gabriel Valley all-star football game, which has been expanded to include teams from the Inland Empie
When: Friday, Jan. 30
Time: 7:30 p.m.

Two CIF champion coaches and one legend have been selected to coach the upcoming San Gabriel Valley All-Star Game on Jan. 30 at West Covina High School .

What: San Gabriel Valley all-star football game, which has been expanded to include teams from the Inland Empie
When: Friday, January 30
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Two CIF champion coaches and one legend have been selected to coach the upcoming San Gabriel Valley All-Star Game on Jan. 30 at West Covina High School.

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Colony’s Steve Randall, who guided the Titans to a 12-2 record and the Central Division championship, will coach the East team. Crescenta Valley’s Paul Schilling, who led the Falcons to a 14-0 record and the Southeast Division championship, will join forces with four-time CIF champion Steve Bogan of Maranatha to coach the West.

The game, which has traditionally been played in early summer, was moved to winter by game organizer and West Covina coach Mike Maggiore in order to provide players with one last recruiting showcase before signing day and hopefully lure some of the area’s top talent.

EAST ROSTER
Zack Sturdivant QB Chino Hills
Christian Lara QB La Mirada
Josh Radecki OL South Hills
BenNorthupJosiah Grey OL Rancho Cuc.
Angelo Lojero OL La Mirada
Albert Gonzales OL Whittier
Travis Miller OL La Serna
Ben Northrup OL Glendora
Abel Martinez OL Claremont
Clay Garcelli OL Chino Hills
Jesse Garcia RB South Hills
Angel Verdugo RB Bonita
Pernell Smalley RB Covina
AngelVerdugoKenyon Woods WR Pomona
Blake Fisher WR Rancho Cuc.

MacKenzie Stenquist WR Damien
Malcom Smith WR Los Osos
Keon Stevens WR Etiwanda
Caleb Repp TE Los Osos
Noah Evans TE Whittier Christian
Michael Neal TE Etiwanda
Axl Mendoza K Colony
Sarkis Panossian RB/LB Western Chr.
ZachLewallenKele Scott DB Pomona
Desmond Bobo DB Pomona
James Oxier DB Chaffey
Erick Ware DB San Dimas
Ryan Kinnard DB Colony
Julio Reynoso DB Pioneer
Preston Carr LB Don Lugo
Jason Ortiz LB Charter Oak
Jacob Underhill LB Charter Oak
Zack Lewellen LB Glendora
JasonOrtizJustin Frasier LB Glendora
Uepi Kaufusi DL Rancho Cuc.
Patrick Sanchez DL Damien
Peyrn En Twogood DL Claremont
Marcus Lewis DL Chino
Daniel Porraz DL Colony

WEST ROSTER
DavidTomachoffChase Walker WR Crescenta Valley
Christian Herrera DB El Monte
Israel Royal WR/RB Franklin
Jordan Lobianco Crescenta Valley
Josh Benson WR/RB Arcadia
Tyler Ili OLB West Covina
Caleb Devine RB Maranatha
Michael Fulton DE/LB Muir
Tevita Sina DE Los Altos
Xavious Boone DB Maranatha
Eli Snyder QB Maranatha
ChristianWileyJorge Reyna QB Pasadena
Brian Reyes LB Muir
Octavius Spencer WR Monrovia
Jean-luc Dauphiney DB Cantwell/Sacred Heart
Nick Jovanelly WR Eagle Rock
Aiden Anding LB Burroughs
David Smith DB Muir
Nick Cantong DB Burbank
Tony Toledo RB Burbank
Fernando Espinosa DB El Monte
Carter Otte WR Verdugo Hills
BrandonArconadoJasper Chavez OLB Rosemead
Raul Alegria LB Eagle Rock
Josh Herrera DL West Covina
Blake Cusick K/P Monrovia
Michael Sahagun LB Rosemead
Chris Osorio RB Wilson (H.H.)
Christian Wiley LB Bishop Amat
Titus Stewart OL/DL Cantwell/Sacred Heart
Christian Walton OL Monrovia
David Tolmachoff OL Los Altos
Robert Sanchez OL Arroyo
EricQuevedoEric Quevedo OL West Covina
Davo Hokobyan Crescenta Valley
Andrew Mills OL Burroughs
Drew Nixon OL St. Francis
Andrew Lopez OL Bishop Amat
Cesar Jimenez OLB Franklin
Matt Erickson DE Crescenta Valley
Brandon Arconado WR Bishop Amat
David Jimenez DL Los Altos

 

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CIF polls: Girls basketball

Colony is ranked 11th in Division 2A

Division 1AA - 1. Mater Dei; 2. Long Beach Poly; 3. Chaminade; 4. Alemany; 5. Vists Murrieta; 6. Canyon Springs; 7. Etiwanda; 8. Serra; 9. Ventura; 10. Windward; 11. Corona Centennial; 12. Lynwood; 13. Millikan; 14. Valencia 15. Chino Hills; 16. Great Oak.

Division 1A - 1. Foothill and Cajon; 3. Burbank Burroughs; 4. Troy; 5. West Torrance; 6. Valley View; 7. Murrieta Valley; 8. Paloma Valley; 9. Huntington Beach; 10. Edison; 11. Peninsula; 12. Arroyo Valley; 13. Alta Loma; 14. Placentia Valencia; 15. Yucaipa; 16. Glendale.

Division 2AA - 1. Redondo Union; 2. Mira Costa; 3. Mark Keppel; 4. Santa Barbara; 5. Eisenhower; 6. Oak Hills; 7. Summit; 8. Tesoro; 9, tie, Norco and Arroyo Grande; 11. Woodbridge; 12. Canyon Country Canyon; 13. Thousand Oaks; 14. Walnut; 15. West Covina; 16. Chino.

Division 2A - 1. South Torrance; 2. Buena; 3. Lakeside; 4. Hart; 5. Rio Mesa; 6. San Jacinto; 7. Patriot; 8. Cerritos; 9. Murrieta Mesa; 10. Aoura; 11. Colony; 12. Grand Terrace; 13. Golden Valley; 14. Lawndale; 15. El Modena; 16. Redlands East Valley.

Division 3AA – 1. Brea Olinda; 2. North Torrance; 3. El Dorado; 4. Sonora; 5. Antelope Valley; 6. Northwood; 7. Corona del Mar; 8. South Hills; 9. Esperanza; 10. Gabrielino; 11. Garden Grove Pacifica; 12. Calabasas; 13. Indio; 14. La Sierra; 15. Gahr; 16. Palm Springs.

Division 3A - 1. Orange Lutheran; 2. South Pasadena; 3. Santa Margarita; 4. Brentwood; 5. Lompoc; 6. Lompoc Cabrillo; 7. Barstow; 8. Lakewood St. Joseph; 9. Ocean View; 10. El Segundo; 11. La Canda; 12. Atascadero; 13. Ridgecrest Burroughs; 14. Covina; 15. Oak Park; 16. Los Altos.

Division 4AA - 1. Sierra Canyon; 2. Oaks Christian; 3. JSerra; 4. Harvard-Westlake; 5. Bishop Montgomery; 6. St. Monica; 7. Rosary; 8. Duarte; 9. Twentynine Palms; 10. Flintridge Sacred Heart; 11. Estancia; 12. Louisville; 13. St. Lucy’s; 14. Sherman Oaks Notre Dame; 15. Santa Ynez; 16. Laguna Beach.

Division 4A – 1. Fairmont Prep; 2. St. Paul and St. Anthony; 4. Cantwell Sacred Heart; 5. Hertiage Chr.; 6. Marynount; 7. Marlbrough; 8. Loma Linda Aca; 9. tie, Riverside Notre Dame and Maranatha; 11. Cangoa Park AGBU; 12. St. Genevieve; 13. Notre Dame Aca; 14. Viewpoint; 15. University Prep; 16. Crean Luth.

Division 5AA - 1. Ribet Aca.; 2. Orangewood Aca.; 3. Flintrdige Prep; 4. Mission Prep; 5. Burbank Providence; 6. Aquinas; 7. Santa Maria St. Joseph; 8. Santa Clara; 9. Buckley; 10. Village Chr.; 11. St. Pius-St. Mathias; 12. Webb; 13. Desert; 14. Pasadsena Poly; 15. Mary Star of the Sea; 16. Santa Maria Valley Chr.

Division 5A - 1. Bishop Diego; 2. Bloomington Chr.; 3. Holy Martyrs; 4. Mesa Grande; 5. Tarbut V’ Torah; 6. Avalon; 7. Boron; 8. Villanova Prep; 9. Desert Chr.; 10. Faith Baptist; 11. Thacher; 12. Pacifica Chr.; 13. Aca. of Careers/Exp.; 14. Pilibos; 15. St. Bernard; 16. Le Lycee.

Division 6 - 1. Price; 2. California Luth; 3. Crossroads Chr.; 4. Rio Hondo Prep; 5. Cornerstone Chr.; 6. La Sierra Acad.; 7. Palm Valley; 8. Hesperia Chr.; 9. St. Monica; 10. Big Pine; 11. Renaissance Aca.; 12. Pilgrim; 13. Noli Indian; 14. Baker Valley; 15. Lucerne Valley; 16. Apple Valley Chr.

 

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CIF polls: Boys soccer

Division 1 - 1. Servite; 2. Loyola; 3. El Toro; 4. Warren; 5. Santa Barbara; 6. Huntington Beach; 7. Parmount; 8. San Clemente; 9. JSerra; 10. Royal.

Division 2 - 1. Millikan; 2. Aliso Niguel; 3. Sunny Hills; 4. tie., Santa Ana and Riverside Poly; 6. Anaheim; 7. California; 8. Long Beach Cabrillo; 9. Foothill; 10. Magnolia.

Divsion 3 - 1. Cathedral; 2. Chaffey; 3. Alta Loma; 4. Claremont; 5. Redlands East Valley; 6. Diamond Bar; 7. Ontario; 8. La Sierra; 9. Damien; 10. tie, Salesian, San Luis Obispo and Oxnard Pacifica.

Division 4 - 1. Sierra Vista; 2. El Segundo; 3. Bellflower; 4. Hart; 5. Placentia Valencia; 6. South Torrance; 7. Santa Paula; 8. Oak Hills; 9. Compton Centennial; 10. tie, Estancia and Godinez.

Division 5 - 1. Granite Hills; 2. Indian Springs; 3. Ganesha; 4. Tahquitz; 5. La Puente; 6. Rialto; 7. Garden Grove Santiago; 8. Charter Oak; 9. Anino Leadership; 10. tie, Crossroads, Barstow and Garden Grove.

Division 6 - 1. Monrovia; 2. Pasadena Poly; 3. Moreno Valey; 4. Arrowhead Christrian; 5. Shadow Hills; 6. Nogales; 7. Lennox Academy; 8. CAMS; 9. Ontario Christian; 10. La Canada.

Division 7 - 1. Laguna Blanca; 2. Fillmorel 3. West Shores; 4. Grace Brethren; 5. Avalon; 6. Webb; 7. St. Anthony; 8. Calvary Murrieta; 9. Tarbut V’orah; 10. Santa Rosa Academy.

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CIF polls: Girls soccer

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Los Osos and Alta Loma are both ranked in their respective divisions.

Division 1 – 1. Aliso Niguel; 2. Tesoro; 3. Huntington Beach; 4. Anaheim Cnayon; 5. Edison; 6. Esperanza; 7. Harvard-Westlake; 8. Los Osos; 9. Santa Margarita; 10., tie, Chino Hills and Dana Hills.

Division 2 - 1. Oaks Christian; 2. Corona Santiago; 3. Chaparral; 4. Palos Verdes; 5. Mira Costa; 6. Peninsula; 7. Vista Murrieta; 8. Troy; 9. Corona del Mar; 10., tie Great Oak and Murrieta Mesa.

Division 3 - 1. Torrance; 2. Brea Olinda; 3. Buena; 4. Ayala; 5. Quartz Hill; 6. Cypress; 7. South Hills; 8. South Torrance; 9. Arroyo Grande; 10. tie, El Dorado and Pasadena Poly.

Division 4 - 1. Serrano; 2. Oak Park; 3. La Mirada; 4. Alemany; 5. Arcadia; 6. Royal; 7. Mayfair; 8. San Marino; 9. Monrovia; 10. Sage Hill.

Division 5 – 1. Hemet; 2. La Quinta; 3. Alta Loma; 4. Estancia; 5. Santa Ana Cavalry Chapel; 6. Palm Desert; 7. Oxnard Pacifica; 8. Segerstrom; 9. Ocean View; 10. tie, La Serna, Colony and Sierra Canyon.

Division 6 - 1. Temescal Canyon; 2. Grand Terrace; 3. Maranatha; 4. Summit; 5. Schurr; 6. Patriot; 7. Gabrielino; 8. San Gorgonio; 9. Marshall; 10. tie, Sierra Vista and Baldwin Park.

Division 7 - 1. Grace Brethren; 2. Riverside Prep; 3., tie, Big Bear, St. Anthony and St. Genevieve; 6. Shadow Hills; 7. Academy for Academic Excellence; 8. St. Monica; 9. Tarbut V’Torah; 10. Foothill Tech.

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