Here’s complete list of locals taken in the baseball draft

Ponce

Pitcher Cody Ponce (Damien HS) was the first of 5 Cal Poly Pomona players drafted.

 

It was quite the draft for Cal Poly Pomona as the Broncos had five players chosen, four of those coming on the last day.

Here is the complete rundown on local players taken with position, name, local affiliation, round, overall pick and team:

Monday draft
* RHP Dillon Tate (Claremont/UC Santa Barbara), 1st (4) Rangers
* RHP Peter Lambert (San Dimas), 2nd round (44) Rockies
* RHP Cody Ponce (Damien/Cal Poly Pomona), 2nd (55) Brewers

Tuesday draft
* LHP Bailey Falter (Chino Hills), 5th (144) Phillies
* LHP Justin Jacome (REV/UC Santa Barbara), 5th (146) Marlins
* RHP Justin Garza (Bonita/CS Fullerton), 8th (244) Indians

Wednesday draft
* C Christian Kelly (Don Lugo HS/Cal Poly Pomona), 11th (337) by Pirates
* 1B Chris Iriart (Chino Hills/U of Houston), 12th (368) A’s
* RHP Jackson McClelland (REV/Pepperdine), 15th, (452) Blue Jays
* SS Branden Becker (Cajon HS), 17th (523), Orioles
* RHP Ryan Halstead (Los Osos HS/Indiana), 21st (636) Giants
* 2B Jonathan McCray (San Bernardino Valley), 24th (729) Royals
* RHP Richard McWilliams (Cal Poly Pomona), 25th (742)
* OF Kyle Garlick (Chino Hills/Cal Poly Pomona, 28th (852) Dodgers
* INF Joe Chavez (Damien/UC Riverside), 30th (896) Marlins
* RHP Isaiah Carranza (Damien) 35th (1,038) Rangers
* RHP George Thanopoulos (REV/Columbia), 35th (1,049) NY Mets
* RHP Chris Powell (Upland/Cal Poly Pomona), 39th (1,182) Dodgers

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Chino, Charter Oak lead Hacienda softball selections

 

 

 

 

 

 

Senior Tiffany-Kennedy Cummings of Chino shared MVP honors this season in her first year as the Cowboys starting pitcher.

Here is the list of softball players honored in the Hacienda League:

MVPs: Christine Pinela, Sr., P-INF, Charter Oak, Tiffany Kennedy-Cummings, Sr., P, Chino

First team
Jayda Alaan, Soph., Diamond Ranch
Valarie Almarez, Jr., West Covina
Jessica Alvarez, Jr., Walnut
Eva Arretche, Sr., Charter Oak
Pearl Barroso, Soph., Chino
Amanda Brashear, Chino
Kaile Chavez, Sr., Charter Oak
Marissa Chavez, Soph., Charter Oak
Corina Gamboa, Jr., Chino
Alyssa Gonzalez, Jr., Chino
Nicole Gutierrez, Jr., West Covina
Jade Nua, Sr., West Covina
Cloe Ochoa, Jr., Charter Oak
Michelle Ortega, Sr., Los Altos
Celeste Wood, Sr., Los Altos

Second team
Sarah Acosta, Soph., Walnut
Emily Ballesteros, Jr., Chino
Berlynne Delamora, Sr., Los Altos
Savannah Diederich, Fr., Los Altos
Chloe Evans, Soph., Charter Oak
Sarah Kretschmar, Jr., Diamond Ranch
Victoria Mata, Soph., Chino
Ashley Mayorga, Jr., West Covina
Danielle Michaels, Fr., Los Altos
Isabella Montoya, Jr., West Covina
Nadya Orozco, Fr., West Covina
Journey Rojas, Soph., Chino
Samantha Smith, Fr., Diamond Ranch
Courtney Springman, Jr., Chino
Madeline Tickey, Sr., West Covina

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Damien leads All-Hacienda League selections in boys vollyeball

Damien had its best season in school history which ended with a CIF championship in Division 5. So not surprisingly the Spartans are heavily represented in the All-League selections.

Here is a complete rundown:

MVP: Christian Hernandez, Sr., Damien

First team
Alex Diazdelavega, Los Altos
Chris Jorritsma, Damien
John Luu, Diamond Ranch
Chris Mercado, Damien
David Pineda, West Covina
John Prata, Damien
Ethan Vig, Diamond Ranch

Second team
Jacob Acosta, West Covina
Michael Avila, Los Altos
Stephen Cota, Los Altos
Arturo Garcia, West Covina
Anthony Imperial, Diamond Ranch
Lorenzo Marquez, Diamond Ranch
Bo Rivera, West Covina
Michael Spinney, Damien
Rafael Villanueva, Los Altos

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Hacienda League honors out in boys golf

MVP: Rami Abdou, Walnut

First team
Raynard Belmonte, Diamond Ranch
Adreian Edralin, Walnut
Jackson Osborn, Los Altos
Bond Pommanchana, Walnut
Cody Sharp, Charter Oak
Tutt Tongchantra, Walnut
Brian Wang, Walnut

Second team
Tristan Caslavka, Charter Oak
Austin Childers, Charter Oak
Vaughan Gomez, Charter Oak
Sean Lee, Rowland
Kristopher Lin, Walnut
Brent Solis Charter Oak
Romeo Templo, Rowland

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Ganesha’s banner year reaps Miramonte League honors

 

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The Ganesha volleyball team celebrated its season earlier this month.

Ganesha registered the best season in school history in boys volleyball. The Giants are well represented in the All-League selections. Here is the entire list:

Player of the Year: Tomas Espinzoa, Sr., Ganesha
MVP Offense: Kevin Martinez, Sr., Ganesha
MVP Defense: Jorge Barajas, Soph., Ganesha

First team
Urial Anaya, Sr., Pomona
Jared Barnes, Sr., Edgewood
Santana Carbajal, Sr., Ganesha
Alberto Cardenas, Sr., Pomona
Renzi Kalaw, Jr., Sierra Vista
Eliseo Manzo, Sr., Garey
Fernando Olague, Sr., Ganesha
Kyle Villamore, Sr., Sierra Vista

Second team
Anthony Alvarez, Jr., Garey
Juan Cabrera, Sr., Pomona
Pedro Cabuto, Sr., Garey
Devon Deguzman, Sr., Pomona
Rafael Frausto, Jr., Sierra Vista
Adrian Gonzalez, Jr., Ganesha
Mason Nyugen, Sr., Edgewood
Jason To, Jr., Sierra Vista

Honorable mention: Everado Bugarin, Fr., Sierra Vista; Martin Carrol, Jr., Pomona; Eduardo Cevera, Sr., Garey; Eddie Gastelug, Soph., Garey; John Pan, Soph., Edgewood; Benjamin Ramos, Sr., Pomona; Jhon Rodriguez, Jr., Sierra Vista; Max Thomas, Jr., Edgewood; Ignacio Valencia, Jr., Ganesha.

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Miramonte League announces honors in track

GIRLS
4×100 Relay – Pomona (Amazea Cobb, Tamarea Cobb, Raven Londo, Aaliya Salas), 54.12.
4×400 Relay – Edgewood (Denise Arellano, Jazzmine Reyes, Priscill Trujillo, Laura Diaz), 4:29.66.
100 – Ravel Londo, Sr., Pomona (13.19)
200 – Raven Londo, Sr., Pomona (27.84)
400 – Priscilla Trujillo, Sr., Edgewood (1:04.30)
800 – Jazzmine Reyes, Sr., Edgewood (2:33.20)
1,600 – Brenda Rojas, Fr., Pomona (5:37.33)
3,200 – Marlen Herrera, Jr., La Puente (13:05.29)
110 hurdles – Jamila Bell, Jr., Ganesha (17.34)
300 hurdles – Aaliya Salas, Soph., Pomona (51.80)
High jump – Brenae Jones, Jr., Garey (4-6)
Long jump – Brenae Jones, Jr., Garey (14-11)
Triple jump – Brenae Jones, Jr., Garey (33-00)
Discus – Stormy Brown, Jr., Pomona (79-1)
Shot put – Jocelyn Figueroa, Fr., La Puente (27-11)

BOYS
4×100 Relay – Pomona (Desmond Bobo, Dominick Flournoy, Musa Johnwell, Shawn Wilson), 43.77.
4×400 Relay – Pomona (Natruan Hangan, Musa Johnwell, Dominic Terry, Shawn Wilson), 3:32.95.
100 –
Desmond Bobo, Sr., Pomona (11.7)
200 – Desmond Bobo, Sr., Pomoma (22.99)
400 – Dominic Terry, Sr., Pomona (53.08)
800 – Natruan Hangan, Sr., Pomona (2:06.99)
1,600 – Manuel Fernandez, Jr., Bassett (4:48.80)
3,200 – Manuel Fernandez, Jr., Bassett (10:29.05)
110 hurdles – Robbie Godinez, Sr., Edgewood (16.41)
300 hurdles – Dequan Earl, Sr., Pomoma (43.39)
High jump – Guadalupe Soto, Jr., Garey (5-6)
Long jump – Desmond Bobo, Sr., Pomona (21-1.50)
Triple jump – Shawn Wilson, Sr., Pomona (42-2)
Discus – Anthony Garcia, Jr., Edgewood (130-5.5)
Shot put – Anthony Garcia, Jr., Edgewood (41-4.75)

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San Dimas pitcher Peter Lambert picked by Rockies in second round

San Dimas right-hander Peter Lambert heard his named called second in the second round (44th overall pick) by the Colorado Rockies.

Lambert, a 6-foot-2, 185-pounder, had said earlier in the day the Rockies were among the teams most heavily pursuing him, also singling out the Dodgers, Braves and Blue Jays.

“It’s really about where I thought I would go,” he said. “I’m excited, happy, relieved, all of those things.”

Lambert, who signed with UCLA, is coming off a 13-0 season in which he won every game he started and completed nine of those with five shutouts. He allowed just four earned runs and 16 walks with 113 strikeouts in 83 innings.

Lambert is the highest draft pick the school has ever had in the sport. The previous highest had been Sean Swedlow who was drafted in the third round.

“We’re all very excited for him. It’s a great day,” San Dimas coach Mike Regan said.

Lambert is also happy to go to a team on the West Coast. The possibility of rising through the ranks quickly for the pitching-thin Rockies has also crossed his mind.

“That’s what they say. I am just excited about the opportunity,” he said.

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San Dimas pitcher Peter Lambert excited about today’s draft

San Dimas pitcher Peter Lambert had all eyes on him every time he took the mound.

From 20 to 30 major league scouts were in attendance for each of his outings. He lived up to expectations, going 13-0 with an 0.34 ERA and 113 strikeouts in 83 innings. He surrendered just four unearned runs.

He is expected to be drafted today as the first two rounds will take place.

Here’s what he had to say about the big day:

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Palomares League honors handed out in baseball

Pitcher Ryan Mauch of South Hills is MVP in the Palomares League

MVP: Ryan Mauch, Jr., South Hills

First team
Matthew Acosta, Jr., Ayala
Erik Cha, Sr., Ayala
Race Gardner, Sr., Glendora
Justin Gomez, Sr., Bonita
Griffen Herrera, Sr., Glendora
Austin Isenhart, Sr., Glendora
Nick Johnson, Jr, Bonita
Tim Nelson, Sr., Ayala
Hayden Petrovick, Jr., South Hills
Frank Ramirez, Sr., South Hills
Gerardo Ramirez, Sr., Diamond Bar
Gavin Velasquez, Sr., South Hills
Tyler Witt, Sr., Claremont
A.J. Woodall, Jr., Bonita

Second team
Ryan Beyer, Sr., Glendora
Josh Bozoian, Soph., Ayala
Brandon Bradshaw, Jr., Bonita
Alex Briggs, Sr., Glendora
Gabe Chavez, Sr., South Hills
Tommy Delgado, Fr., Bonita
Danny Gelalich, Jr., Bonita
Nick Kaye, Sr., Glendora
Chris Moya, Jr., South Hills
Hayden Pearce, Sr., Glendora
Nick Peifer, Jr., Bonita
Daniel Ramirez, Jr., Ayala
Noah Song, Sr., Claremont
Keola Viloxia, Jr., Diamond Bar
Caleb Watkins, Jr., Glendora

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