Here’s our list of prep athletes signing on today

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Los Osos High school athletes

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Claire Dietrich, Delaney Goodrich, Los Osos volleyball

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Kyle Isbel, Etiwanda baseball

 

Kyle Isbel, Etiwanda baseball

 

 

 

 

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Steven Elliott, Alta Loma baseballl

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Jacquelyn Preciado, Ontario High School

Alta Loma
Baseball

Steven Elliott, UC Santa Barbara
Volleyball
Aeryn Owens, Cal State Northridge

Ayala
Baseball

Jonathan Buckley, St. Mary’s
Eric Cha, Cal State Fullerton
Tyler Durna, UC San Diego
Tim Nelson, UC San Diego

Bonita
Baseball

Danny Gelalich, Brigham Young
Softball
Chloe Melanson, Miami (Ohio)

Chino Hills
Baseball
Bailey Falter, UC Santa Barbara
Chris Cebellos, Cal State Fullerton
Justin Bardwell, Fordham
Softball
Kylie Michael, Fordham
Savanna Corr, Sacramento State
Brittany Garcia, UC Riverside
Melissa Garcia, Massachussetts
Alyssa French, St. Martin’s
Tannon Snow, Washington
Brianna Viles, DePaul
Amanda Lebeske, Sonoma State
Volleyball
Meghan Buzzerio, Arizona
Sarah Dixon, Arizona
Cherise Hennigan, Seton Hall
Darby Minton, Naval Academy
Ice hockey
Justine Reyes, Saint Lawrence
Lydia Grauer, Saint Lawrence

Colony
Basketball

Derrick Bruce, Oregon State

Damien
Boys Basketball

Jeremy Hemsley, San Diego State
Baseball
Jonathan Olsen, UCLA
Isaiah Carranza, Oregon
Golf
Nathan Clark, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

Etiwanda
Baseball

Kyle Isbel, UNLV

Basketball
Kameron Edwards, Pepperdine

Los Osos
Softball

Paige Halstead, UCLA
Kaitlyn Jennings, Fresno State
Volleyball
Claire Dietrich, Cal State East Bay
Delaney Goodrich, St. Francis University
Baseball
Niko Navarro, San Diego State
Kyle Robeniol, Oregon

Montclair
Softball

Brittany Violette, College of Charleston

Ontario High School
Soccer

Alfredo Alcala, Unversity of the Pacific
Softball
Jacquelyn Preciado, Montana State

Ontario Christian
Baseball

Hayden Jorgenson, Azusa Pacific

Pomona Catholic
Softball

Vanessa Juarez, Cal Baptist

Rancho Cucamonga
Volleyball

Samantha Frost, UC Irvine

San Dimas
Baseball

Peter Lambert, UCLA

Upland
Softball

Sydney Barker, UMass-Loweel
To have your athlete added, email Michelle.Gardner@LangNews.com

Jeremy Hemsley, Damien basketball

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Vanessa Juarez, Pomona Catholic

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Hayden Jorgenson, Ontario Christian

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CIF football brackets are out

It’s the day all prep football players and coaches have been waiting for. It’s time to find out who’s in, who’s out and who you’re playing.

West Valley Division
Top bracket

San Juan Hills at No. 1 Upland
Hart at Edison
Canyon at Vista Murrieta
Newport Harbor at No. 4 Tesoro
Bottom bracket
Temecula Great Oak at No. 3 Chino Hills
El Toro at Los Alamitos
Rancho Cucamonga at Valencia
Temecula Valley at No. 2 Mission Viejo

Mid-Valley Division
Top Bracket

Bassett at No. 1 Paraclete
El Monte at Azusa
La Puente at Montebello
Brentwood at No. 4 Northview
Bottom Bracket
Christa McAuliffe at No. 3 Pomona
Baldwin Park at San Dimas
Covina at Rosemead
Bell Gardens at No. 2 Sierra Canyon

Central Division
Top Bracket

La Canada at No. 1 Colony
Summit at Glendora
Colton at Charter Oak
Claremont at No. 4 San Marino
Bottom Bracket
Bonita at No. 3 Kaiser
Chaffey at West Covina
Los Altos at South Hills
Don Lugo at No. 2 Monrovia.

Inland Division
Top bracket

JW North at Redlands East Valley
Jurupa Hills at Elsinore
Paloma Valley at Rancho Verde
Citrus Valley at Citrus Hill
Bottom bracket
Tahquitz at Riverside Poly
Cajon at San Gorgonio
San Jacinto at Carter
Rim of the World at Heritage

East Valley Division
Top bracket

Excelsior Charter at St. Margaret’s
Santa Paula at St. Genevieve
Crean at Saddleback Valley Chr
Rancho Christian at Silver Valley
Capistrano Valley at St. Anthony
Bottom bracket
Vasquez at Calvary Murrieta
Brethren Christian at Desert
Webb at Grace Brethren

Eastern Division
Top bracket

Apple Valley at La Quinta
Patriot at Vista Del Lago
Barstow at Norte Vista
Palm Desert at Serrano
Bottom bracket
Hesperia at La Sierra
Moreno Valley at Palm Springs
Rubidoux at Silverado
Cathedral City at Oaks Hills

 

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Jake Pilkerton Memorial baseball game on tap today

Jake Pilkerton

The second annual Jake Pilkerton Memorial Baseball Game is slated for 1 p.m. today at San Manuel Stadium.

Pilkerton was a baseball standout at Rim of the World, then went on to play two years at San Bernardino Valley College and two at Cal State San Bernardino.

Pilkerton, who played second base and earned multiple honors in his prep and collegiate career, was killed in an automobile accident on Aug. 3, 2013.

There will be a raffle, memorabilia and food and beverages available with the proceeds going toward a trust fund that will be distributed to help the baseball programs at all three schools for which Pilkerton played.

Pilkerton was known as a hard-nosed athlete who had a passion for the game. Those that knew him want to see that legacy carry on.

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Etiwanda spot in volleyball playoffs raises issues

No matter what sport, what division there is always a question when it comes to who got in and who is playing who.

In volleyball this fall the debate center around Etiwanda which made it into the Division 1A draw despite finishing dead last in the six-team Baseline League, getting in ahead of fourth-place Los Osos and fifth-place Upland.

When asked, CIF officials said it was because Etiwanda, despite being 1-9 in league play, had an overall record of 11-10 while Los Osos, which has traditionally been one of the better teams in the area, had a down year and finished 12-20 overall, 4-6 in the Baseline.

Upland was 5-10 overall, 2-8 in league play.

So go out and play a weak schedule and you get rewarded. There is something wrong about that.

Just who did Etiwanda beat? Somebody named Guidance Charter who was 0-11. Never heard of them.

It beat 1-20 Chino, 1-20 Chaffey, 2-20 Antelope Valley among others.

Meanwhile Los Osos played in one of the top tournaments in the country in the Durango Classic in Las Vegas, among others.

The Grizzlies schedule included the likes of Alta Loma (No. 1 in 4AA), Village Christian (No. 1 2AA), South Torrance (No. 2 in 2AA), Riverside King (No. 4 in 1A), all playoff seeded teams. Also Serrano and Santa Monica, both ranked in the top 7 of their respective divisions.

CIF spokesman Thom Simmons said in an e-mail football and basketball are the only sports in which you can advance to the playoffs with a losing record. That was change a few years back.

Maybe its time to have a uniform policy across the board.

No offense to the girls or coaches at Etiwanda. They were probably as surprised as anyone to see that they got in. And they did win their last match of the season against Upland to boost their record above .500. But common sense ought to prevail too.

Los Osos also has great tradition and that should account for something too.

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CIF Pairings are out in girls volleyball

"Chino Hills, St. Lucy's, Volleyball"

Let the debate begin.
Pairings are out in girls volleyball. Here’s the rundown for schools in our Daily Bulletin/Sun coverage area.

Tuesday’s games
Division 1A

Yucaipa at Rancho Cucamonga
Etiwanda at Redlands East Valley
Redlands at Westlake
Trabuco Hills at Citrus Valley
Cajon at San Marcos
St. Lucy’s at El Toro
Bye – Chino Hills

Division 2A
Oak Hills at La Habra
Palm Desert at Claremont
Diamond Ranch at Viewpoint
Sonora at Serrano
Bonita at Los Altos

Division 3-AA
Silverado at Rim of the World
Eastside at Victor Valley
San Gorgonio at Heritage
Rialto at Quartz Hill

Division 3A
Rubidoux at Aquinas
San Bernardino at Hemet
Loma Linda at Patriot
Morro Bay at San Dimas
Covina at Webb

Division 4AA
Wildwood at Alta Loma
Westminster at Big Bear
Pomona Catholic at Garden Grove
Colony at St. Paul
Garden Grove Santiago at Don Lugo

Division 4A
Grand Terrace at Mammoth
Pomoma at San Gabriel Mission
Savanna at Fontana
Bye – Summit

Division 5AA
Mesa Grande at Faith Baptist
Bye – Upland Christian

Division 5A
Victor Valley Chriostian at Baker Valley
Newbury Park Adv at Lake Arrowhead Christian
Big Pine at Excelsior Charter
Pilgrim at Hesperia Christian

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CIF polls: Girls Volleyball

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Baseline League champion Chino Hills

Division 1-AA

1. Redondo Union; 2. Lakewood; 3. Mater Dei; 4. Marymount; 5. Mira Costa; 6. Great Oak; 7. Corona del Mar; 8. Flintridge Sacred Heart; 9. Santa Margarita; 10. Huntington Beach.

Division 1-A

1. Aliso Niguel; 2. Corona Santiago; 3. ML King; 4. Redlands East Valley; 5. Chino Hills; 6. Villa Park; 7. Hart; 8. Rancho Cucamonga; 9. Valencia; 10. San Marcos.

Division 2-AA

1. Village Christian; 2. South Torrance; 3. Laguna Beach; 4. Brea Olinda; 5. North Torrance; 6. Mayfield; 7. Pasadena Poly; 8. Arroyo Grande; 9. Chadwick; 10. Valley Christian.

Division 2-A

1. Louisville; 2. Windward; 3. Troy; 4. Viewpoint; 5. Arcadia; 6. Glendora; 7. Serrano; 8. Palm Springs; 9. Sierra Canyon; 10. La Haba.

Division 3-AA

1. Sage Hill; 2. Quartz Hill; 3. St. Margaret’s; 4. Elsinore; 5. St. Monica; 6. Culver City; 7. JW North; 8. La Serna; 9. Rim of the World; 10. La Mirada.

Division 3-A

1. Saddleback Valley Christian; 2. Templeton; 3. Hemet; 4. West Valley; 5. Gabrielino; 6. Santa Ynez; 7. San Dimas; 8. Webb; 9. Bell Gardens; 10. Loma Linda, Woodcrest Christian.

Division 4-AA

1. Alta Loma; 2. St. Paul; 3. La Reina; 4. Garden Grove; 5. St. Bonaventure; 6. Vistamar; 7. Pacifica Christian; 8. St. Anthony; 9. Laguna Blanca; 10. Nordhoff.

Division 4A

1. Cate; 2. Duarte; 3. Desert; 4. Fontana; 5. Gladstone; 6. Bishop Conaty Loretto; 7. Anaheim; 8. Mammoth; 9. Desert Christian; 10. Summit.

Division 5-AA

1. Santa Clarita Chr.; 2. Buckley; 3. Faith Baptist; 4. Calvary Murrieta; 5. North County Chr; 6. Upland Christian.; 7. Temecula Prep; 8. Cornerstone; 9. La Sierra; 10. Trinity Classical.

Division 5-A 

1. West Shores; 2. Hillcrest; 3. Excelsior Charter; 4. Lake Arrowhead Chr.; 5. Tarbu V’ Torah; 6. Hesperia Chr.; 7. Avalon; 8. University Prep; 9. Einstein Academy; 10. Immanuel Christian.

 

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Chino Hills to hold Preview Night

Chino Hills High school is offering junior high students the chance to come and get acquainted with some of the programs it offers.

The event will be held in conjunction with the varsity football game at 7 p.m. Friday night against Los Osos.

Junior high students will be admitted free with a paying adult.

There will be performances by the band, choir, Colorguard and Drumline.

Among the academic programs represented will be the Heath Science Academy, Performing Arts Academy, Design and Digital Communications and Advancement Via Individual Determination.

For more information call (909) 606-7540, ext. 5470.

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CIF announces girls tennis playoff draw

DIVISION 2
Wild card matches Tuesday

Estancia at Ayala

First round -Wednesday
Estancia-Ayala winner at La Reina

DIVISION 3
Wild card matches – Tuesday

Citrus Valley at Garden Grove Pacifica

First round – Wednesday
West Covina-Lakewood winner at Redlands
Cajon at Long Beach Poly
Chino at Yucaipa

DIVISION 4
Wild card matches Tuesday
Ridgecrest Burroughs at Grand Terrace
St. Lucy’s vs. Ontario Christian (at Damien)

First round – Wednesday
Chino Hills at Riverside Notre Dame
Alhmabra at Summit
Oak Hills at Los Osos

DIVISION 5
Wild card matches Tuesday

San Gorgonio at Twentynine Palms
Pomona at Foothill Tech
Don Lugo at La Puente
Rancho Mirage at Jurupa Hills

First round – Wednesday
Azusa-Fairmont Prep winner at Garey
Heritage-Ramona winner at Alta Loma
San Jacinto at Rim of the World
Montclair at Granite Hills
Don Lugo-La puente winner at Webb

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Ayala defensive back Philip Afia commits to Utah

Ayala High School’s Philip Afia made a verbal commitment to the University of Utah on Thursday, making that announcement via Twitter.

The 6-foot-2, 190-pounder is one of the fastest rising stars in the Inland Valley. He didn’t play football until his freshman season, and then did so primarily as a kicker.

It wasn’t until his sophomore year he started playing defense. He grew up playing soccer and had never even seen a football game before going out for the Ayala team as a freshman because some of his friends were doing so.

He had 10 or so offers from Division I schools to choose from.

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CIF polls: Girls Volleyball

Division 1AA - 1. Redondo Union; 2. Lakewood; 3. Mater Dei; 4. Corona del Mar; 5. Marymount; 6. Flintridge Sacred Heart; 7. Santa Margarita; 8. Mira Costa; 9. Great Oak; 10. Huntington Beach.

Division 1A - 1. Aliso Niguel; 2. Corona Santiago; 3. ML King; 4. Chino Hills; 5. Redlands East Valley; 6. Villa Park; 7. Hart; 8. Valencia; 9. San Marcos; 10. Rancho Cucamonga.

Division 2AA - 1. Village Christian; 2. South Torrance; 3. Laguna Beach; 4. Brea Olinda; 5. Pasadena Poly; 6. North Torrance; 7. Chadwick; 8. Arroyo Grande; 9. South Pasadena; 10. Valley Christian.

Division 2A - 1. Louisville; 2. Windward; 3. Troy; 4. Viewpoint; 5. Arcadia; 6. Glendora; 7. Serrano; 8. Palm Springs; 9. Sierra Canyon; 10. La Habra.

 Division 3AA - 1. Sage Hill; 2. Quartz Hill; 3. Culver City; 4. St. Margaret’s; 5. JW North; 6. Elsinore; 7. Rim of the World; 8. La Mirada; 9. Santa Monica; 10. La Serna.

Division 3A - 1. Saddleback Valley Chr.; 2. Templeton; 3. Gabrielino; 4. West Valley; 5. Hemet; 6. San Dimas; 7. Webb; 8. Santa Ynez; 9. Bell Gardens; 10. San Gabriel.

Division 4AA – 1. Alta Loma; 2. St. Paul; 3. La Reina; 4. Garden Grove; 5. St. Bonaventure; 6. Vistamar; 7. Pacifica Christian; 8. St. Anthony; 9. Laguna Blanca; 10. Nordhoff.

Division 4A - 1. Cate; 2. Fontana; 3. Duarte; 4. Desert; 5. Mammoth; 6. Lancaster Desert Chr.; 7. Gladstone; 8. Azusa; 9. Bishop Conaty Loretto; 10. Anaheim.

Division 5AA - 1. Santa Clarita Chr.; 2. Buckley; 3. Faith Baptist; 4. La Sierra Aca.; 5. Calvary Murrieta; 6. North Co. Chr.; 7. Temecula Prep; 8. Cornerstone Chr.; 9. Trinity Classical; 10. Upland Chr.

 Division 5A - 1. West Shores; 2. Hillcrest Chr.; 3. Excelsior Charter; 4. Lake Arrowhead Chr.; 5. Tarbut V’ Torah; 6. Hesperia Chr.; 7. Avalon; 8. Riverside Prep; 9. University Prep; 10. Liberty Chr.

 

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