Local football players and where they plan to sign

Here is list of football athletes and where they will be signing with link to more info on their selection:

Stephen Carr, RB, Summit, USC

Thomas Graham, DB, Rancho Cucamonga, Oregon

Andre Grayson, DB, Etiwanda, Utah State

Darren Hall, DB, Rancho Cucamonga, San Diego State

Max Masad, DB, Chino Hills, Concordia-St. Paul

Nate Neal, DL, Etiwanda, UNLV

Jaylon Redd, RB-DB, Rancho Cucamonga, Oregon

Gary Theard, WR-DB, Upland, Naval Academy

Nathan Tilford, RB, Colony, Arizona

Tayari Venable, DB, Rancho Cucamonga, San Diego State

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Inland Valley All-Star Football Classic rosters set

The second annual Inland Valley All-Star Football Classic is set for 6 p.m. on Sunday at AB Miller.

A.J. Gracia, who led Ayala to a Palomares League title in his first year, will head the East team while Justin Price, whose Yucaipa team was second in a tough Citrus Belt League, will lead the East.

Here are the 40-man rosters for each team:

A.J. Gracia, Ayala

Adrian Alfaro, LB, Chino
L.J. Baily, CB, Etiwanda
Edyon Batta, WR Southlands Christian
Brandon Burchfield, WR, Damien
Josh Bryan, FS-WR, Damien
Ny’Gurrion Crouch, WR-DB, Pomona
Clayton Dahl, DE-OLB, Ontario Christian
Garrett Deane, K-P, Bonita
Oliver Deerr, OL-DL, Pomona
Kasmir Dina, RB, Etiwanda
Tzion Dixon, LB, Don Lugo
Kyle Edwards, DL, Etiwanda
Josh Elliott, LB, Ayala
Dylan Flores, WR-S, Bonita
Shawn Franklin, DB, Etiwanda
Nicolas Gannuscio, OL-DL, Alta Loma
Trevor Goulet, OL, Don Lugo
Darren Hall, DB, Rancho Cucamonga
Garrett Kettle, QB, Alta Loma
Matthew Lara, DE-LB, Chino
Joey Ledesma, DL, Damien
Steve Lopez, OL-DL, Chino
Grant Mestas, QB, Diamond Bar
Anthony Miller, LB, Don Lugo
Abel Montoya, OL-DL, Bonita
Willie Morris, DB-WR, Chino
Elijah Mott, OL-DL, Diamond Bar
Dillon Ontiveros, LB, Charter Oak
Romeo Pantoja, DL, Kaiser
Brian Papazian, P, Ayala
John Rodriguez, TE-DL, Garey
Kendale Taylor, DB, Don Lugo
Nathan Tilford, RB, Colony
Grant Trueman, DL, Chino Hills
Samson Tufui, RB-LB, Southlands Christian
Justin Winans, OL, Ayala
Josh Zavosky, LB, Ayala

Justin Price, Yucaipa

Paul Bakenhus, OL, Yucaipa
Sean Carranza, DB, Grand Terrace
Devyn Charles, LB, Redlands
Luis Chavez, LB, Serrano
Nathan Crouch, OL, Apple Valley
Pika Fakava, LB, San Gorgonio
Voi Fata, LB, Redlands East Valley
Nick Figueroa, DL, Cajon
Malik Flowers, DB, Miller
Jair Goiz, OL, San Gorgonio
Cade Gorrell, RB, Yucaipa
Nick Harper, DB, Redlands East Valley
Kalen Hayes, WR, San Gorgonio
Armando Herrera, QB, Redlands East Valley
George Hicks, DB, Cajon
Aaron House, DL, Redlands East Valley
Lamario Howard, LB, Eisenhower
Michael Johnson, DL, Redlands
Tyreque Jones, DB, San Gorgonio
Garretty Kocab, DL, Serrano
Frank Lemos, OL, Yucaipa
Xavier Leslie, RB, San Gorgonio
Ramon Licea, DL, Summit
Nathan Martinez, QB, Yucaipa
Cristian Olamendi, OL, Summit
Jared Oliphant, DB, Redlands East Valley
Kellen Pachot, WR, Citrus Valley
Nathan Perkins, WR, Summit
Mark Rossi, OL, Citrus Valley
Phillip Ryan, WR, Pacific
Terry Ryan, QB, Pacific
Joseph Simmons, DL, Yucaipa
Elijah Smith, WR, Grand Terrace
Jaylin Stocklin, LB, Cajon
Je’Von Taylor, OL, Grand Terrace
Daniel Tupuoia, OL, Cajon
Ty Mason Waller, LB, Sultana
Trey Wellmaker, WR, Cajon
Dehzon Williams, LB, San Gorgonio
Nick Wilson, RB, Cajon

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Local schools highlight day-long APU Showcase event

Several local boys basketball teams will be in action on Saturday in the Azusa Pacific Showcase at Azusa Pacific Univesity.

Here is the list of games:

9 a.m. – Flintridge Prep (6-7) vs. Alta Loma (7-13)
10:25 a.m. – San Marino (10-8) vs. Glendora (10-8)
11:50 a.m. – San Dimas (12-7) vs. Walnut (13-6)
1:15 p.m. – La Canada (16-4) vs. Los Osos (12-6)
2:40 p.m. – Hesperia (15-4) vs. Oak Park (15-6)
4:05 p.m. – St. John Bosco (11-9) vs. Diamond Bar (14-5)
5:30 p.m. – Bonita (13-4) vs. Colony (15-5)
7 p.m. Damien (18-2) vs. Claremont (14-6)
8:30 p.m. – Etiwanda (14-7) vs. Gahr (12-7)

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Los Osos to host King day basketball event

Los Osos High School will host a six-game boys basketball event on Monday in honor of Martln Luther King Day.  The “I Have a Dream Classic” has become an annual event for the Grizzlies.

Here is the schedule of games to be played:

10:30 a.m. – Pomona vs. Silverado
Noon – Montclair vs. Kaiser
1:30 p.m. – Bishop Amat vs. Summit
3 p.m. – Charter Oak vs. Riverside Poly
4:30 p.m. – Los Osos vs. Orange Vista
6 p.m. – Citrus Hill vs. Diamond Bar

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Inland Valley heavily represented in CIF wrestling rankings

Bloomington High School wrestler Mohammed Shalabi, top, tries to pin Yucaipa High school Marcus Alvarez, during the 113lbs championship match of the Inland Empire Tournament of Champions wrestling tournament, at Colton High School on Saturday, January 7, 2017. (Photo by Frank Perez for SCNG)

Here are this week’s CIF rankings in wrestling with teams from the Bulletin/Sun coverage area denoted in bold:

Central Division – 1. Northview; 2. Alta Loma; 3. Hillcrest; 4. Montclair; 5. Bloomington; 6. Ayala; 7. Norte Vista; 8. Diamond Bar; 9. San Dimas; 10. tie, Grand Terrace, South Hills.

Coastal Division – 1. St. John Bosco; 2. Servite; 3. Santa Ana; 4. Esperanza; 5. Laguna Hills; 6. Cypress; 7. Santa Ana Cavalry Chapel; 8. Trabuco Hills; 9. Fountain Valley; 10. Marina.

Eastern Division – 1. Sultana; 2 Temecula Valley; 3. Victor valley; 4. Yucaipa; 5. Corona Santiago; 6. Temescal Canyon; 7. ML King; 8. Oak Hills; 9. Palm Desert; 10. tie, Citrus Hill, Paloma Valley.

Northern Division- 1. Righetti; 2. Bishop Amat; 3. Paso Robles; 4. Oxnard Pacifica; 5. Rio Mesa; 6. Buena; 7. Thousand Oaks; 8. Dos Publeos; 9. Santa maria; 10. Highland.

Southern Division – 1. Irvine; 2. Rim of the World; 3. Rancho Mirage; 4. Mira Costa; 5. Valencia; 6. Peninsula; 7. Coachella Valley; 8. La Puente; 9. Schurr; 10. Dana Hills.

Western Division – 1. Mayfair; 2. Millikan; 3. Downey; 4. Glenn; 5. Warren; 6. West Torrance; 7. Long Beach Poly; 8. Lakewood; 9. La Mirada; 10. tie, Arroyo, Paramount.

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Ayala ready for Best of West girls basketball event

Ayala will again host the Best of the West girls basketball tournament starting Tuesday.

Here are first round match-ups:

Tuesday’s games
9 a.m. – Los Osos vs. Colony
10:30 a.m. – Eisenhower vs. Rancho Cucamonga
Noon – Grand Terrace vs. Temescal Canyon
1:30 p.m. – Citrus Valley vs. Walnut
3 p.m. – Banning vs. Ayala
4:30 p.m. – Joshua Springs vs. Twentynine Palms
6 p.m. – Oak Hills vs. Capistrano Valley
7:30 p.m. – Victor Valley vs. San Luis Obispo

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Baseline League honors: Boys water polo


MVP: Joseph Galgani, Sr., Los Osos

First team
Blake Brutocao, Sr., Damien
Kyle Kunishima, Sr., Chino Hills
Dillon Mannion, Jr., Los Osos
Neil Reynolds, Sr. Los Osos
Austin Schoeller, Soph., Rancho Cucamonga
Hunter Schoeller, Sr., Rancho Cucamonga
Jasen Swan, Sr., Damien
Chase Travisano, Sr., Damien
Connor Winkler, Sr., Chino Hills

Second team
Jon Bagley, Sr., Rancho Cucamonga
Eddy Berry, Jr., Upland
Tyler Campana, Sr., Los Osos
William Dennis, Jr., Damien
Ryan Geeting, Sr., Chino Hills
Joseph Griffin, Soph., Damien
Mitch Heasley, Sr., Los Osos
Zach Luci, Soph., Damien
Kyle McClanahan, Sr., Etiwanda
Josh Shockey, Sr., Chino Hills
Myles Storms, Sr., Los OSos

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Chino Hills boys basketball team wins Tarkanian Classic

The Chino Hills boys basketball team stretched its win streak to 46 games, defeating Mater Dei 84-73 in the championship game of the Tarkanian Classic (Platinum Division) on Tuesday at Bishop Gorman in Las Vegas.

The Huskies defeated Mater Dei twice last year en route to a 35-0 record that included a national championship.

This was the first meeting between the teams this season.

Chino Hills, now 11-0, shot poorly but Mater Dei struggled with turnovers in a first half that ended with Chino Hills in front 36-31.

The Huskies extended their lead early in the second half with Eli Scott scoring off a pass from LaMelo Ball to make it 58-44. Chino Hills was in control from there, its lead remaining between seven and 14 points the rest of the half.

Senior LiAngelo Ball tallied 25 points and five rebounds while LaMelo added 21 with 11 assists. Scott notched a double-double with 10 points and 14 rebounds while Onyeka Okongwu did the same with 12 points and 10 rebounds.
All five Chino Hills starters finished in double figures as Phaquan Davis had 12.

Scott earned Most Valuable Player honors with both Ball brothers making the All-Tournament team.

The Monarchs (11-1) were led by Justice Sueing with 27 points and seven rebounds.

Chino Hills will be off until after Christmas, It plays on Monday against Foothill (Nev.) at Rancho Mirage.

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Diamond Bar’s Diego Hammond leads local All-CIF water polo selections

All-CIF honors are out in boys water polo. Diego Hammond of Diamond Bar took home top honors in Division 6.

Here is a complete list of the local players honored:

Division 3
Bruno Snow, Sr., Claremont
Neil Arnett, Jr., Ayala
Jared Gornay, Sr., Redlands East Valley
Chad Gornay, Soph., Redlands East Valley

Division 4
Tyler Paxton, Sr., Yucaipa
Chris Womack, Sr., Yucaipa
Kyle Kunishima, Sr., Chino Hills
Connor Winkler, Sr., Chino Hills
Hunter Schoeller, Sr., Rancho Cucamonga

Division 6
Diego Hammond, Diamond Bar, Sr. (Player of Year)
Chris Frejlach, Sr., Alta Loma
Jacob Bell, Soph., Alta Loma
Sebastian Houng, Sr., Diamond Bar
Enrique Hernandez, Jr., Chino

Division 7
Anthony Salazar, Sr., Chaffey
Emilio Zuniga, Jr., Chaffey
Jorge Luquin, Sr., Chaffey

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A complete rundown of final day at Prestasater Classic

Here are final scores from the last day of action at the Gary Prestasater Classic at San Dimas High School:

Championship – Rancho Cucamonga 59, Upland 54
3rd place – San Dimas 67, South Hills 59
5th place – Arcadia73, Rowland 62
7th place – Ridgecrest Burroughs 52, Alta Loma 51
9th place – Silverado 761, Bell Gardens 31

Most Valuable Player – Kelvin Wright, Jr., Rancho Cucamonga

All-Tournament team
Michael Flynn, Upland
Cole Hayes, Burroughs
Curtis Hong, Rowland
Donnell Leffridge, San Dimas
Isaac Nelson, Arcadia
Toby Okworoki, Rancho Cucamonga
Ronny Rafeh, San Dimas
Jason Rodriguez, South Hills
Osys Stokes, Upland
Darren Williams, Rancho Cucamonga

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