Etiwanda’s Aidan Anderson chooses Canadian school

Middle linebacker Aidan Anderson of Etiwanda has signed with University of Regina in Saskatchewan, Canada.

It probably seems like a random school for an athlete from the Inland Empire to choose but there is a connection as the head coach of the team is Steve Bryce, who coached at Etiwanda for 10 years (the last in 2011) and still has ties here.

Anderson visited the school a couple of weeks ago and liked what he saw.

“It is a little far away and it’s cold but it was nice,” he said. “I’m excited about the opportunity. I can’t wait to go back when it’s a little greener. I was there at the end of winter and everything was still a little brown.”

There will also be a small adjustment as Canadian football is played on a bigger field and with 12 per side.

“That will definitely be a little different,” Anderson said. “But it will be fun.”

Anderson, one of the Eagles team captains, tallied 72 tackles, 3 sacks, 7 hurries, 2 forced fumbles and 1 recovery.

Anderson also competes in wrestling, earning second team All-Inland Valley honors. Regina also fields a wrestling team and Anderson hasn’t ruled out competing in that too but will see what time demands come with football first.

He plans to major in world history or a social science.

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Ganesha football to host 7-on-7 tournament

Ganesha Football

Ganesha High School will host a 7-on-7 tournament at Ganesha High School on June 18. There is room for 16 teams.

The event will start at 9 a.m. with pool play, then championship and consolation brackets in the afternoon. If there is a full field of 16 teams, each will have a minimum of five games.

The cost is $200 per team.

Those interested can contact coach Don Cayer at (951) 265-5112 or email him at donald.cayer@pusd.org.

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Hacienda League honors: Girls basketball

 

Most Valuable Player: Stephanie Custodio, Sr., G, Chino

First team
Ebony Cooper, Diamond Ranch
Yasmin Dabbous, Walnut
Jez Espinzoa, Los Altos
Alyssa Gonzalez, Chino
Sarah Kretschmar, Diamond Ranch
Jenna Pitpit, Walnut
Nicole Valdiviez, West Covina
Ulani Wells, Los Altos

Second team
Andrea Bustillos, West Covina
Kaitlin Day, Walnut
Relene Finai, Charter Oak
Rebecca Navar, Chino
Brenda Reyes, Los Altos
Vanessa Ruiz, Chino
Kaylee Shozuya, Los Altos
Keely Wall, Charter Oak

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Hacienda League honors: Wrestling

First team
106 –
Alex Chow, Walnut
113 – Brian Mariscal, Walnut
120 – Daniel Estrada, Chino
126 – Adam Arebalo, Diamond Ranch
132 – Vincent Zavala, Charter Oak
138 – Andrew Franco-Guerrero, Walnut
145 – Gustavo Garcia, Charter Oak
152 – Marco Sanchez, Diamond Ranch
160 – Micah Maes, Walnut
170 – Daniel Hays, Charter Oak
182 – Spencer Hoh, Walnut
195 – Bartabas Yi, Walnut
220 – Johnny Portas, Los Altos

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Miramonte League honors: Wrestling

MVP Lower Weights: Marco Ortiz, Bassett
MVP Middle Weights: Eddie Cox, La Puente
MVP Upper Weights: Arturo Vasquez, Bassett

First team

108 – Tommy Soto, Pomona
115 – Alfred Lopez, Pomona
122 – Marco Ortiz, Bassett
128 – Christian Arellano, La Puente
134 – Zachary Kessler, La Puente
140 – Xavier Aguilar, Pomona
147 – Richard Chavez, Ganesha
155 – Edward Cox, La Puente
162 – William Aguilar, La Puente
172 – Edwin Martinez, Pomona
184 – Arturo Vasquez, Bassett
197 – Aaron Rivera, Edgewood
222 – Brandon Ulloa, Pomona
285 – Jaylon Dean <Ganesha

Second team
108 –
Lorenzo De Loera, La Puente
115 – Joel Izarraras, La Puente
122 – Andrew De Loera, La Puente
128 – Tony Alvarado, Bassett
134 – Damien Limon, Pomona
140 – Angel Monarrez, La Puente
147 – Alejandro Villegas, La Puente
154 – John Mosqueda, Ganesha
162 – Andrew Sanabria, Pomona
172 – Cesar Ramirez, La Puente
184 – Jose Reyes, La Puente
197 – Thali Cobb, Pomona
222 – Andrew Ramos, La Puente
285 – Oscar Ramirez, La Puente

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Chino Hills’ Lonzo Ball, Ayala’s John Edgar honored with Wooden awards

Chino Hills High School’s Lonzo Ball, left, drives up the court as Bishop Montgomery High School’s Ethan Thompson defends during a CIF Open Division State Regional Final at Walter Pyramid on Saturday, March 19, 2016 in Long Beach, Ca. (Micah Escamilla/Inland Valley Daily Bulletin)

Seniors John Edgar of Ayala and Lonzo Ball of Chino Hills are among those honored with the 2016 John R. Wooden Awards.

Ball, who has led the Huskies to a 35-0 mark and No. 1 national ranking heading into tonight’s state title game, was given the honor for players in Division I while Edgar was the recipient for Division II.

Edgar helped the Bulldogs to a Southern Section title and runner-up state finish in Division III.

Other Southern Section award winners are De’Anthony Melton of Crespi (Division III); Shacquille Dawkins of Alemany (Division IV), Cody Riley of Sierra Canyon (Division V) and Cartrell Thompson, Price (Division VI).

 

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Scores from all CIF state title basketball games

The scores of Thursday’s games, Saturday’s schedule for state championship games this week at Sleep Train Arena, Sacramento

Thursday’s games
Division V Girls – Eastside College prep 57, Village Christian 50
Division V Boys – St. Joseph Notre Dame 55, St. Bernard 50
Division III Girls – Sacred Heart 50, Lake Elsinore Lakeside 47l
Division III Boys – Manteca 60, Ayala 51
Division I Girls – Brea Olinda 64, St. Francis 51
Division I Boys – Crespi Carmelite 68, Berkeley 53

Saturday’s games
Division IV Girls – Cardinal Newman 39, Antelope Valley 37
Division IV Boys – Harvard-Westlake 66, Palma 49
Division II Girls – Cajon 55, Elk Grove 36
Division II Boys – Junipero Serra 48, Long Beach Poly 33
Open Girls – Chaminade 80, Miramonte 71
Open Boys – Chino Hills 70, Concord De La Salle 50

 

 

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Schedule is set for So Cal basketball finals

Here is schedule of Southern California finals on Saturday at Long Beach State’s Pyramid

Session 1

9 a.m. – Girls Division II –  Mater Dei vs. Cajon

11 .m. – Boys Division II –  J.W. North vs. Long Beach Poly

1 p.m. – Giirls Division I –  Vista Murrieta vs. Brea Olinda

3 p.m. – Boys Division I –  Crespi vs. Redondo Union

5 p.m. – Girls Open –  Chaminade vs. Long Beach Poly

Session 2

8:30 p.m. – Boys Open –  Chino Hills vs. Bishop Montgomery

All games will be televised by Time Warner Cable and streamed LIVE online at twccommunity.com.

Ticket Pricing (A ticket will need to be purchased for each session)

General admission tickets for Southern Regional Finals (March 19) at The Pyramid – Long Beach State Session I are $18 for adults and $10 for seniors (65+), children (3+) and students with a valid ASB card. General admission tickets for Session 1 will be available for purchase online beginning at Noon on Thursday, March 17 and at The Pyramid-Long Beach State Box Office from 2:00-4:00 p.m. that same day.

Important Information re: Session 2 – Boys Open Division Championship ONLY

Tickets for Southern Regional Finals (March 19) at The Pyramid – Long Beach State Session 2 are $16 for adults and $8 for seniors (65+), children (3+) and students with a valid ASB card. All tickets purchased for Session 2 will be reserved seating. Tickets for Session 2 will be available for purchase online beginning at Noon on Wednesday, March 16 and at The Pyramid-Long Beach State Box Office from 2:00-4:00 p.m. that same day. Additionally, tickets for Session 2 will be made available for purchase at the two participating schools during a designated time period. Tickets for Session 2 are expected to sellout, so advance ticket purchase is highly recommended. Once reserved seating is sold out for Session 2, a limited number of standing room only tickets will be made available for purchase at $10 a ticket.

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Damien remains atop CIF Division 5 boys volleyball poll

Here are the latest CIF polls in boys volleyball. Teams in teh Sun/Bulletin coverage area denoted in bold.

Division 1 – Huntington Beach; 2. Mira Costa; 3. Newport Harbor; 4. Westlake; 5. Loyola; 6. Palos Verdes; 7. Tesoro; 8. San Clemente; 9. Beckman; 10. tie, Corona del Mar, Newbury Park.

Division 2 – 1. Oak Park; 2. Laguna Beach; 3. Burbank Burroughs; 4. Royal; 5. Valencia; 6. Capistrano Valley Chr.; 7. South Torrance; 8. Simi Valley; 9. Lakewood; 10. Long Beach Poly.

Division 3 – 1. El Segundo; 2. Quartz Hill; 3. Paloma Valley; 4. Gahr; 5. Cathedral; 6. Arroyo Grande; 7. Warren; 8. San Luis Obispo; 9. Viewpoint; 10., tie, San Gabriel, Bishop Montgomery.

Division 4 – 1. Saddleback Valley Chr.; 2. St. Margaret’s; 3. Crean Lutheran; 4. Santa Ynez; 5. Tustin; 6. Flintridge Prep; 7. Garden Grove; 8. Yucaipa; 9. Kennedy; 10. LaQuinta.

Division 5 – 1. Damien; 2. Laguna Beach; 3. Santa Fe; 4. Oakwood; 5. Los Altos; 6. El Rancho; 7. Ganesha; 8. La Serna; 9. Calvary Murrieta; 10. West Covina.

 

 

 

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