Chino High to host youth football camp Saturday

Chino High School will host a youth football camp dubbed “Don’t Wish For It, Work For It.”

The event will run from 9 a.m. to noon on May 16 at the school’s football stadium. The cost is just $5. Registration on site starts at 8 a.m.

Fundamentals will be stressed, along with the importance of academics.

Those with questions can contact coach Jesse Ceniceros at (909) 855-1623.

“We’re just trying to get out in the community,” said Ceniceros, who is in his first year after coming over from Norwalk. “We did this at Norwalk and had 100 or so kids. I think we can at least get that.”

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San Dimas still tops CIF Division 3 baseball poll


Northview catcher Jose Urbina (30) tags out San Dimas' Jessie Garcia at home plate in the second inning of a prep baseball game at Northview High School in Covina, Calif., Thursday, April 16, 2015. San Dimas won 5-0.<br />
(Photo by Keith Birmingham/ Pasadena Star-News)

The CIF baseball polls for the week of May. 11

Division 1 – 1. JSerra; 2. Huntington Beach; 3. Agoura; 4. Alemany; 5. Orange Lutheran; 6. Sherman Oaks Notre Dame; 7. Harvard-Westlake; 8. Cypress; 9. Dana Hills; 10. Aliso Niguel.

Division 2 – 1. San Clemente; 2. Glendora; 3. Foothill; 4. South Hills; 5. Mission Viejo; 6. Burban Burroughs; 7. Camarillo; 8. Cajon; 9. Bonita; 10. Gahr.

Division 3 – 1. San Dimas; 2. Redondo Union; 3. Palm Desert; 4. Temescal Canyon; 5. Paloma Valley; 6. Beckman; 7. Corona del Mar; 8. Paso Robles; 9. El; Segundo; 10. Cathedral.

Division 4 – 1. California; 2. South Torrance; 3. Don Lugo; 4. West Torrance; 5. Ramona; 6. Serrano; 7. Laguna Beach; 8. San Gorgonio; 9. Kaiser; 10. St. Bonaventure.

Division 5 – 1. Village Chr.; 2. Monrovia; 3. Santa Ynez; 4. Sierra Canyon; 5. Woodcrest Chr.; 6. Hemet; 7. Capistrano Valley Chr.; 8. Citrus Hill; 9. Sierra Vista; 10. San Marino.

Division 6 – 1. Lancaster Desert Chr.; 2. Sage Hill; 3. Crean Lutheran; 4. Pasadena Poly; 5. Fillmore; 6. Desert Chr. Aca.; 7. Nuview Bridge; 8. Calvary Murrieta; 9. Salesian; 10. Oxford Aca.

Division 7 – 1. Excelsior Charter; 2. Santa Clarita Chr,; 3. Rolling HiIls Prep; 4. Animo Leadership; 5. AAE, Riverside Prep, Avalon; 8. St. Monica Aca.; 9. Dunn; 10. Tarbu V’Torah.



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Chino Hills climbs to No. 6 in CIF Division 2 softball poll

Here are the latest CIF softball polls for week of May 11

Division 1- 1. Corona Santiago; 2. Garden Grove Pacifica; 3. Los Alamitos; 4. Murrieta Valley; 5. West Ranch; 6. Chino Hills; 7. Great Oak; 8. Norco; 9. Cypress; 10. El Modena.

Division 2 – 1. Mission Viejo; 3. Yucaipa; 3. Valley View; 4,. Agoura; 5. Glendora; 6. Canyon Springs; 7. Simi Valley; 8. Camarillo; 9. La Habra; 10. South Hills.

Division 3 – 1. Grand Terrace; 2. La Serna; 3. Burbank; 4. Gahr; 5. Warren; 6. Montclair; 7. Burbank Burroughs; 8. St. Paul; 9. Bishop Amat; 10. Cerritos.

Division 4 – 1. Highland; 2. Dos Pueblos; 3. Torrance; 4. North Torrance; 5. Aquinas; 6. Segerstrom; 7. Loara; 8. Ocean View; 9. El Segundo; 10. Temescal Canyon.

Division 5 – 1. St. Bonaventure; 2. Lompoc Cabrillo; 3. Garden Grove; 4. Mary Star of the Sea; 5. Fillmore; 6. San Dimas; 7. St. Monica Catholic; 8. Santa Ana Calvary Chapel; 9. Edgewood; 10. Louisville.

Division 6 – 1. Savanna; 2. Paraclete; 3. Webb; 4. Shadow Hills; 5. St. Anthony; 6. Alverno; 7. Serra; 8. Pasadena Poly; 9. Desert Hot Spribngs; 10. Chadwick.

Division 7 – 1. Rolling Hills Prep; 2. Grace Brethren; 3. Faith Baptist; 4. Santa Clara; 5. University Prep; 6. ACE; 7. Animo Leadership; 8. St. Monica Aca.; 9. Einstein Aca.; 10. Foothill Tech.

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CIF boys tennis draw features local teams

The CIF has released pairings for boys tennis playoffs. Here are the matches involving teams from the Sun/Bulletin coverage area:

Wednesday’s matches

El Dorado at Claremont
Hart at Diamond Bar
Bonita at Pasadena Poly
Diamond Ranch at Valencia

Tuesday’s wild card matches

Yucaipa at Schurr
Palmdale at Chino Hills
Citrus Valley at Linfield Christian
Aquinas at Lancaster
Wednesday’s matches
Highland-Granite Hills winner at Los Osos
Cajon at Webb
Victor Valley-LaQuinta winner at Rancho Cucamonga
Aquinas-Lancaster winner at Redlands

Tuesday’s wild card matches

San Gorgonio at Oak Hills
Workman at Montclair
Elsinore at Grand Terrace
Chaffey at Rim of the World
Downey at Ganesha
Wednesday’s matches
San Jacinto-Azusa winner at Alta Loma
Ramona at Kaiser
La-Salle-Savanna winner at Arroyo Valley
La Sierra-Vista Del Lago at Garey

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Upland edges Rancho Cucamonga 3-2 in battle finale

The Upland Highlanders pushed across three runs in the fourth and that held up for a 3-2 win over Rancho Cucamonga in the final game of the Battle of the Baseline Saturday night at LoanMart Field.

The win means the Higlanders (15-9, 7-6) head into the last week of play tied for third with Los Osos but just one game behind leaders Chino Hills and Etiwanda.

Senior right-hander Jeff Kross went the distance on the mound, giving up just four hits and striking out five. Both the runs he allowed in the sixth were unearned.

Kross and Grant Ponder singled to start the fourth. Junior Fregoso then hit a sacrifice fly scoring Kross. Another sacrifice fly, this one by Ryan Almondinger, drove home Ponder. The third run of the contest came home on a single by Ryan Rodriguez.

Upland wraps up the season with two games against Etiwanda so it controls its own fate.

Rancho Cucamonga’s last two games are against Damien which is fighting for a playoff berth as well.

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Bailey Falter leads Chino Hills to a 4-3 win over Etiwanda

VIDEO: Baily Falter talks about his outing vs. Etiwanda

Bailey Falter returned from a nearly one-month layoff and pitched the Chino Hills Huskies to a 4-3 win over Etiwanda on Saturday in the second game of the Battle of the Baseline at LoanMart Field.

The win moved Chino Hills (15-8, 8-5) into a first-place tie with Etiwanda (16-6, 8-5), whom it beat for the second time in as many tries.

The three games between the teams this season were decided by a total of four runs.

Falter went the distance on the mound and struck out nine, including the side in the seventh. He gave up four hits, two of those coming in the third when Etiwanda manufactured two of its three runs.

Chino Hills went ahead for the first time with three in the bottom of that inning. Justin Bardwell doubled home a run and Elijah Greene got home another
with a sacrifice fly.

Jason Wallace stroked a towering home run to left for Etiwanda to tie it again in the sixth.

That tie was short-lived as Chino Hills got the decisive run in the bottom of the frame on a bunt single by Just Chavez.

VIDEO: Etiwanda’s Jason Wallace talks about his monster home run.

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Los Osos downs Damien 4-1 in Battle of Baseline opener

Kyle Robenial of Los Osos talks about his outing

VIDEO: Zach Cooper of Los Osos talks about win

Los Osos got another stellar pitching performance from senior Kyle Robeniol and rode that to a 4-1 win over Damien Saturday morning in the first game of the Battle of the Baseline at LoanMart Field.

Robeniol, a University of Oregon commit, went the distance allowing just two hits and striking out seven.

He had a shutout until the seventh when Damien got its lone run.

“We feel good any time he’s out there. We know he’s going to give us a chance to win,” Los Osos coach Chris Romero said. “He did what we needed him to do today because we needed this game.”

The Grizzlies (10-13, 7-6) collected six hits. Zach Cooper had a pair of run-scoring singles, the first pushing home the first run of the game. His other one came in the seventh and rounded out the scoring.

Davis Moore had a two-run single in the seventh for his teams third and fourth runs.

Damien (8-14, 6-7) managed just two hits. It’s lone run came in the seventh when Andrew Garcia doubled and later scored on a sacrifice fly by Grant Woodward.

The Spartans got off to a 3-11 start after three key injuries to the pitching staff. They had won five of their last seven coming in to put themselves in contention for a playoff berth.

“We still feel good about where we’re at,” first-year coach Andy Nieto said. “We control our destiny. Out guys didn’t get down when everything was working against us early. They kept battling.”

VIDEO: Damien coach Andy Nieto talks about loss to Los Osos

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News on rescheduling of athletic events from today

The heavy rain overnight and what might come later today has forced the postponement of many athletic events.

This is what we have so far:

* Bonita at Ayala moved to Monday at 3:30
* Walnut at Chino moved to Monday at 3:30 p.m.
* Claremont at South Hills moved to Saturday 1 p.m.
* Arroyo Valley at Jurupa Hills moved to Monday, 3:15 p.m.

* Glendora at Claremont moved to Monday 3:30 p.m
* South Hills at Ayala moved to Monday at 3:15 p.m.

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Battle of Baseline baseball games loom huge

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It is once again it is time for the big Battle of the Baseline League with all six teams playing on the same day in the same venue – LoanMart Field in Rancho Cucamonga.

It is always a memorable experience for the players involved but the fact that these games are so important in the league race will make for an even better day.

Here’s the schedule and a look at each game:

Damien (8-13, 6-6) vs. Los Osos (9-13, 6-6), 11 a.m.
These two teams are currently part of a three-way tie for third. Few probably expected Damien to be in this position after the Spartans got off to a 3-11 start on the season but the Spartans have won five of the last seven games to surge into contention.

Sophomore right-hander Isaiah Paige will be on the mound for Damien which has wins this season over Los Osos by scores of 3-1 and 1-0.

The Spartans have also gotten steady production from sophomore third baseman Harrison Spohn, senior catcher Andrew Garcia and junior outfielder Daniel Benedict.

Senior Kyle Robeniol (.440) has been the top hitter and pitcher for Los Osos and will be on the mound. Senior third baseman Niko Navarro (.323) is the other big contributor.

Etiwanda (16-5, 8-4) vs. Chino Hills (14-8, 7-5), 2 p.m.

The Eagles are in first place, one game ahead of the Huskies so this one will either give Etiwanda a two-game lead or allow Chino Hills to pull even with two games left.

Chino Hills will have ace Bailey Falter (4-1, 0.93) on the mound for the first time since April 15. He has been away from the team for disciplinary reasons.

Senior right fielder Chris Ceballos (.379, 14 RBI, 6 HR) and senior designated hitter Konnor Zickefoos (.500, 6 HR, 21 RB) have been the catalysts of the offense.

Etiwanda will have Aaron Sheridan (3-2, 4.14) on the mound. Sophomore Tyler Freeman (.400) and senior Kyle Isbel (.381, 24 RBI).

Chino Hills beat Etiwanda 6-4 in eight innings on Wednesday while Etiwanda won the first game between the teams 10-9.

Upland (14-9, 6-6) vs. Rancho Cucamonga  (13-11, 3-9), 5 p.m.
Upland is the third team in the three-way tie for third while Rancho is the only team not playing for anything but pride. The Cougars did pull the 6-4 upset on Wednesday while Upland won the first game between the two 1-0.

The biggest problem for the Cougars has been offense. Junior Tyler Lawson (4-5, 2.29) will be on the mound though and he doesn’t need much when he is on.

Upland will also have its top pitcher on the mound in senior Jeff Kross (4-4, 3.76). Connor Shepherd (.468, 17 RBI) and junior Skyler De Los Reyes (.358) are catalysts of the offense.


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