The prep football playoff rundown

Here are the scores from tonight’s action

CENTRAL DIVISION
Glendora 28, Colony 14
Charter Oak 52, Monrovia 14
Summit 13, Chino 9
San Marino 52, Don Lugo 10
Next week
Summit at San Marino

WEST VALLEY DIVISION
Rancho Cucamonga 53, Tesoro 28
Chino Hills 16, Valencia 14
Vista Murrieta 21, Upland 14
Next week
Mission Viejo at Chino HIlls
Vista Murrieta vs. Rancho Cucamonga (at Los Osos)

INLAND DIVISION
Rancho Verde 28, Redlands East Valley 24
Citrus Hills 20, Redlands 16
Heritage 31, Yucaipa 10
Cajon 24, San Jacinto 13

MID-VALLEY DIVISION
Pomona 62, Northview 55
San Dimas 43, Lancaster Paraclete 28
Next week
Pomona at Sierra Canyon
San Dimas at Viewpoint

Northwest Division
Aquinas 35, Maranatha 14

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Upland coach Tim Salter likes chances of league rival

Upland coach Tim Salter and his Highlanders have played both Tesoro and Rancho Cucamonga this year. Those teams are squaring off in a West Valley Division quarterfinal at Los Osos.

Tesoro is the favorite and has an outstanding quarterback in Devon Modster who has committed to Arizona.

But Salter likes the chances of his Baseline League rival because of the quality of its defensive backs.

“They haven’t seen a team that has that much speed and defends the pass that well,” Salter said of Rancho.

Upland actually gets the winner of that game if it wins tonight against Vista Murrieta.

Upland lost to Tesoro on Sept. 11 30-28 and defeated Rancho in the last game of the regular season on Nov. 6, 31-21.

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Three local teams set to battle for volleyball titles

Three local teams are set for CIF championship matches. Here is the rundown on those:

DIVISION 5AA
Upland Christian (23-7) vs. Santa Clarita Christian (18-4-1), 5 p.m. at Cerritos College today: This is a rematch of last year’s championship match won by Santa Clarita Christian 3-2 (15-11 in the fifth set). Both teams have many of the same players. Upland Christian relies on a talented senior outside hitter and team captain in Rachel Holmes, who has 315 kills, 212 digs and 88 aces. Sophomore Brooke Madkin has added 172 kills and 334 assists, sharing setting duties with junior Heidi Lemelin (265 assists). Upland Christian had to battle past California Lutheran 3-2 in the semifinals. Santa Clarita Christian, which went undefeated in the Heritage League, defeated La Sierra 3-1 in its semifinal. The Cardinals will play in the third title match in the 22-year tenure of head coach Darcy Brown. Their top player is senior Kylie Brown, the reigning player of the year in the division.

DIVISION 4AA
Alta Loma (23-7) vs. Laguna Blanca (16-8), 4:30 p.m. at Cerritos College on Saturday: The Braves are the defending CIF champion and Division 4 state runner-up. This run has been a bit more of a surprise because the Braves gradiated eight players from that team and have only two holdovers – seniors Gabrielle Oddo and Kyle Szczepanksi. Oddo has tallied a team-high 510 kills while Szczepanksi leads the team in blocks with 102. Alta Loma, seeded second, is also running a 6-2 offense with freshman and sophomore setters. Among the other newcomers who have excelled are juniors Jada Sharpe (247 kills) and Victoria Duarte (101 blocks). Laguna Blanca advanced with a 3-2 win over Archer while Alta Loma advanced with a 3-1 win over St. Bonaventure.

DIVISION 4A
Summit (22-3) vs. Desert (Edwards AFB) (25-2), 2 p.m. at Rio Hondo College on Saturday
: This is the first appearance in a title match for Summit, which upset No. 1 Cate in the semifinal. The team is led by senior Jordon Wilson who had 13 kills in the semifinal win over Cate. Among the other key players are senior hitter Lorelle Kennedy and junior middle blocker Shaiann Palos. Top player for Desert are junior Elizabeth Shelton (385 kills, 68 aces) and senior Devyn Cross (362 kills, 105 blocks).

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CIF preseason boys soccer polls released

Here are the boys soccer preseason polls for each division. Teams in Bulletin/Sun coverage area are denoted in bold:

Division 1 – 1. Servite; 2. El Toro; 3. Loyola; 4. Edison; 5. Warren; 6. Parmount; 7. Corona; 8. Santa Barbara; 9. Palos Verdes; 10. Los Alamitos.

Division 2 – 1. La Quinta; 2. Santa Ana; 3. Long Beach Jordan; 4. Sunny Hills; 5. California; 6. Millikan; 7. Long Beach Cabrillo; 8. Rancho Verde; 9. JW North; 10. Laguna Hills.

Division 3 – 1. Cathedral; 2. Chaffey; 3. Redlands East Valley; 4. Pasadena; 5. Alta Loma; 6. Claremont; 7. Santa Monica; 8. San Luis Obispo; 9. Ontario; 10. Salesian.

Division 4 – 1. Bellflower; 2. Hart; 3. Godinez; 4. Temnecula Chaparral; 5. Norwalk; 6. El Segundo; 7. Great Oak; 8. Lawndale; 9. West Torrance; 10. Cate.

Division 5 – 1, Garden Grove Santiago; 2. Chino; 3. Rialto; 4. Arroyo; 5. San Gorgonio; 6. La Puente; 7. Arroyo Valley; 8. Garey; 9. Animo Leadership; 10. Charter Oak.

Division 6 – 1. Monrovia; 2. La Canada; 3. South Pasadena; 4. Vista del Lago; 5. Sage Hill; 6. Moreno Valley; 7. Moreno Valley; 8. Desert Mirage; 9. Covina; 10. Firebaugh.

Division 7 – 1. Dunn; 2. Laguna Blanca; 3. University Prep; 4. Webb; 5. Buckley; 6. Santa Rosa Aca. 7. De Toledo; 8. Filmore; 9. St. Anthony; 10. Desert Christian Aca.

 

 

 

 

 

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First CIF girls soccer polls of the season are out

Here are the preseason girls soccer rankings in all divisions with Daily Bulletin teams denoted in bold:

Division 1 – 1. Mater Dei; 2. Laguna Hills; 3. Long Beach Poly; 4. Long Beach Wilson; 5. Chino Hills; 6. Santa Margarita; 7. Huntington Beach; 8. Aliso Niguel; 9. Harvard-Westlake; 10. Edison.

Division 2 – 1. Corona Santiago; 2. Oaks Christian; 3. Hart; 4. Westlake; 5. Northwood; 6. Bishop Amat; 7. Mira Costa; 8. Newbury Park; 9. Palos Verdes; 10. Troy.

Division 3 – 1. West Torrance; 2. Buena; 3. Cypress; 4. Quartz Hill; 5. Brea Olinda; 6. Ayala; 7. Yorba Linda; 8. Garden Grove Pacifica; 9. Torrance; 10. Los Altos.

Division 4 – 1. La Mirada; 2. Moorpark; 3. Santa Monica; 4. Riverside Poly; 5. Royal; 6. Arcadia; 7. Oak Park; 8. Alemany; 9. Malibu; 10. Sage Hill.

Division 5 – 1. Sierra Canyon; 2. La Serna; 3. La Quinta; 4. Alta Loma; 5. Colony; 6. Ocean View; 7. Laguna Beach; 8. Hemet; 9. Palm Desert; 10. Estancia.

Division 6 – 1. Temescal Canyon; 2. Paloma Valley; 3. Maranatha; 4. Grand Terrace; 5. Bloomington; 6. Sierra Vista; 7. San Gorgonio; 8. Gabielino; 9. Summit; 10. Schurr.

Division 7 – 1. Grace Brethren; 2. Garden Grove; 3. St. Anthony; 4. Shadow Hills; 5. Vista del Lago; 6. St. Genevieve; 7. Moreno Valley; 8. Los Amigos; 9. Vistamar; 10. Pomona.

 

 

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Alta Loma leads local teams in CIF dual meet wrestling rankings

Here are the preseason dual meet wrestling polls. Teams in Sun and Dialy Bulletin coverage area are in bold:

Central – 1. Northview; 2. Bloomington; 3. Alta Loma; 4. Hillcrest; 5.Chino Hills; 6. Montclair; 7. La Sierra; 8. Norte Vista; 9. Ayala; 10. Etiwanda.

Coastal – Servite; 2. Santa Ana; 3. St. John Bosco; 4. Trabuco Hills; 5. Yorba Linda; 6. Irvine; 7., Laguna Hills; 8. Fountain Valley; 9. Anaheim Canyon; 10. San Clemente.

Eastern – 1. Temecula Valley; 2. Oak Hills; 3. Palm Desert; 4. Citrus Hill; 5. Temescal Canyon; 6. Sultana; 7. Victor Valley; 8. Canyon Springs; 9. Hemet; 10. Corona Centennial.

Northern – 1. Camarillo; 2. Bishop Amat; 3. Righetti; 4. Oxnard Pacifica; 5. Ventura; 6. Pioneer Valley; 7. Quartz Hill; 8. Santa Maria; 9. Dos Pueblos; 10. Thousand Oaks.

Southern – 1. Santa Monica; 2. Shadow Hills; 3. Mira Costa; 4. CSD Riverside; 5. Magnolia; 6. Faith Baptist; 7. Bassett; 8. Desert Mirage; 9. Duarte; 10. Peninsula.

Western – 1. San Marino; 2. Millikan; 3. Mayfair; 4. Downey; 5. Lakewood; 6. Glenn; 7. Warren; 8. Arroyo; 9. California; 10. Santa Fe.

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First CIF girls water polo polls loaded with local teams

Senior Delaney Parks of Los Osos is a key player for the No. 4 ranked Grizzlies.

Here are the CIF preseason polls for girls water polo. Teams in the Sun/Daily Bulletin coverage area are denoted in bold.

Division 1 – 1. Laguna Beach; 2. Foothill; 3. Orange Lutheran; 4. San Marcos; 5. Corona del Mar; 6. Dos Pueblos; 7. Mater Dei; 8. Newport Harbot; 9. Santa Barbara; 10. Los Alamitos.

Division 2 – 1. El Toro; 2. San Clemente; 3. Murrieta Valley; 4. Los Osos; 5. Montebello; 6. Agoura; 7. Rancho Cucamonga; 8. Vista Murrieta; 9. Long Beach Wilson; 10. St. Lucy’s.

Division 3 – Arroyo Grande; 2. ML King; 3. Mira Costa; 4. Troy; 5. Peninsula; 6. Corona Santiago; 7. Palos Verdes; 8. Harvard-Westlake; 9. La Serna; 10. La Habra.

Division 4 – 1. Royal; 2. Mission Viejo; 3. Riverside Poly; 4. Ayala; 5. Crescenta Valley; 6. Bonita; 7. Warren; 8. Cerritos; 9. Laguna Hills; 10. Trabuco Hills.

Division 5 – 1. Los Altos; 2. Palm Desert; 3. Charter Oak; 4. Yucaipa; 5. Cajon; 6. Temple City; 7. Rio Mesa; 8. Oxnard; 9. Redlands East Valley; 10. La Canada.

Division 6 – 1. Pasadena Poly; 2. Ocean View; 3. Santa Monica; 4. Lompoc Cabrillo; 5. Westridge; 6. Temescal Canyon; 7. Segerstrom; 8. Cypress; 9. Santa Ynez; 10. Hemet.

Division 7 – 1. Foothill Tech; 2. Hillcrest; 3. San Dimas; 4. Alta Loma; 5. Santa Ana Valley; 6. La Sierra; 7. Colony; 8. Don Lugo; 9. Los Amigos; 10. San Gorgonio.

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The football scores from Friday night and what’s next for the winners

Here is the rundown on scores from Friday night’s first round playoff games:

Colony holds on to beat Kaiser 23-19 in CIF-SS Central Division

CENTRAL DIVISION
Friday’s scores
Chino 21, Chaffey 10
Don Lugo 28, Bonita 19
Charter Oak 49, Ayala 0
Monrovia 27, Grand Terrace 17
Glendora 34, South Pasadena 0
San Marino 35, Diamond Ranch 21
Summit 59, South Hills 35

Next Friday’s games
Monrovia at Charter Oak
Glendora at Colony
San Marino at Don Lugo
Chino vs. Summit (At Miller HS)

 

INLAND DIVISION
Friday’s scores

Yuciapa 20, San Gorgonio 14
Cajon 59, Rim of the World 0
REV 73, Jurupa Hills 0
Redlands 49, Paloma Valley 21

Next Friday’s games
Heritage at Yucaipa
Cajon at San Jacinto
Redlands at Citrus Hill
REV at Rancho Verde

MID-VALLEY DIVISION
Friday’s scores
Pomona 40, Brentwood 33
San Dimas 49, La Puente Bassett 21

Next Friday’s games
Pomona at Northview
San Dimas at Lancaster Paraclete

NORTHWEST DIVISION
Friday’s scores
Twentynine Palms 41, Ontario Christian 0
Aquinas 28, Mission Prep 21

Next Friday’s game
Maranatha at Aquinas

WEST VALLEY DIVISION
Friday’s scores
Chino Hills 38, Los Alamitos 30
Upland 45, Saugus 10
Rancho Cucamonga 30, Edison 17

Next Friday’s games
Next Friday’s games
Valencia at Chino Hills
Tesoro at Rancho Cucamonga
Vista Murrieta at Upland

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More signing photos of our Inland Empire athletes

 

 

 

Volleyball player Kylie Szczepanski of Alta Loma signed with Northwestern University (Wash.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Baseball players Elijah Greene, Jair Donovan and Austin Hurd of Chino HiIlls.

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Softball player Hailey Arteaga of Webb signed with Seton Hall.

Volleyball player Loryn Carter of St. Lucy’s signed with UC Irvine.

Water polo player Denise Mammolito of Rancho Cucamonga is a future Trojan.

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