Rancho Cucamonga football duo set for big all-star game

VIDEO: Jaylon Redd and Thomas Graham of Rancho Cucamonga talk about their selection to Under Armour All-American game.

It’s quite an honor for a football team to have a player selected for one of the nation’s premier all-star games. The Rancho Cucamonga football team will have two going to the same contest.

Senior defensive backs Jaylon Redd and Thomas Graham were presented commemorative jerseys for the Under Armour All-American game in festivities at the school during the lunch hour Wednesday. That game will be played at the Camping World Stadium (formerly known as the Citrus Bowl) in Orlando, Fla., on Jan. 1 and be televised live by ESPN.

Redd said he was first offered a spot in the game in April after his showing at a skills challenge in Baltimore.

“It will be fun getting to play with the best and against the best,” he said. “It will also be a fun experience for things outside the football.”

Graham was given his invite in June and is exited about getting to experience the event with his teammate.

“We have bonded so it will be great to be there with him,” Graham said. “It’s a great experience that not everyone gets.”

The two players are among the most highly sought after athletes in the country.

Redd plans to announce his college decision on Monday and will do so via video. He has 16 offers and already made trips Nebraska and UCLA and scheduled one for Oregon.

Graham, whose 21 offers include 11 from the Pac-12, had originally committed to USC but later de-comitted. He has visited Nebraska and Notre Dame and has trips planned to Oregon, Arizona and Arizona State.

The duo has led the Cougars to a 4-0 record with three of those wins coming against ranked teams. They’ll play at least three more ranked teams, one of those coming up this Friday when Rancho squares off against Citrus Hill, ranked ninth in Division 2.

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Montclair to get quarterback eligible for Mt. Baldy play

Help is on the way for the Montclair Cavaliers just in time for Mt. Baldy League play.

Coach Eric Kennedy confirmed that senior quarterback Andrew Harrison, who transferred from Upland to Bonita but was ruled ineligible there, has been cleared and will be able to play in the league opener against Ontario on Oct. 7.

The Cavaliers (1-3) are off this week and face Patriot next week in the last non-league contest.

Kennedy has used both senior Matthew Mendibles and sophomore Gabriel Tamba at that position but the addition of Harrison will allow Mendibles to go back to his natural position of running back. Tamba can also be utilized elsewhere.

“It will definitely be a big difference having a kid that has played games in big time programs,” Kennedy said. “His experience is going to be huge for us. He has come in here and been very respectful and he has a great work ethic.”

Kennedy was hoping for a better showing in the win-loss but is optimistic his team can challenge for a playoff berth. Even if it finishes fourth in league it could advance to the postseason based on the new divisions. The next two games will be significant because Patriot and Ontario are in the same division.

“We have had these two games on the calendar circled for awhile,” Kennedy added. “They will be very important for us if we’re going to have any chance to make the playoffs.”

Montclair’s lone win thus far has was against San Gabriel (21-7) while losses have been to Murrieta Mesa (70-14), Duarte (44-21) and Covina (31-7).

Kennedy said the biggest issue has been turnovers.

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Rancho Cucamonga football breaks in rankings at No. 5

Rancho Cucamonga’s Jaylon Redd is tripped up by Murrieta Valley’s Joe Montoya at Rancho Cucamonga High School in Rancho Cucamonga, CA., Friday, September 16, 2016. (Photo by Jennifer Cappuccio Maher/Southern California News Group)

Division 1 – 1. Mater Dei (4-0); 2. Corona Centennial (3-1); 3. St. John Bosco (3-1); 4. Mission Viejo (4-0); 5. Rancho Cucamogna (4-0); 6.  JSerra (3-1); 7. Chaminade (3-0); 8. Santa Margarita (3-1); 9. Long Beach Poly (1-2); 10. Bishop Amat (3-1).

Division 2 – 1. Oaks Christian (3-1); 2. Chino Hills (3-0); 3. Heritage (4-0); 4. St. Bonaventure (3-1); 5. Redlands East Valley (1-2); 6. Murrieta Valley (2-2); 7. Arroyo Grande (3-1); 8. Sherman Oaks Notre Dame (3-1); 9. Citrus Hill (2-2); 10. Valencia (2-1).

Division 3 – 1. Edison (4-0); 2. Cathedral (4-0); 3. La Mirada (2-2); 4. Buena Park (4-0); 5. Hart (3-0); 6. Oak Hills (3-1); 7. Palos Verdes (2-1); 8. Rancho Verde (3-1); 9. Los Alamitos (3-1); 10. Villa Park (2-1).

Division 4 – 1.  Charter Oak (4-0); 2. Sierra Canyon (5-0); 3. Lompoc (4-0); 4. Corona del Mar (4-1); 5. Colony (3-1); 6. Downey (3-1); 7. Carter (2-1); 8. Murrieta Mesa (2-1); 9. Cajon (2-1); 10. Damien (3-1).

Division 5 – 1. Calabasas (4-0); 2. Paloma Valley (4-0); 3. Salesian (3-1); 4. Capistrano Valley (3-1); 5. Moorpark (2-1); 6. Bishop Diego (3-1); 7,. Ventura (3-1); 8. Redlands (1-2); 9. Capistrano Valley (3-1); 10. Foothill (2-1).
* Capistrano Valley was listed twice in release

Division 6 – 1. Summit (3-0); 2. Yucaipa (3-0); 3. Los Altos (4-0); 4. Saugus (4-0); 5. Canyon Country Canyon (3-1); 6. Elsinore (4-0); 7. Long Beach Wilson (3-1); 8. Crescenta Valley (2-1); 9. Mira Costa (1-2); 10. Paraclete (1-3).

Division 7 – 1. El Segundo (3-0); 2. Golden Valley (4-0); 3. St. Margaret’s (3-1), Long Beach Cabrillo (2-2); 4. Diamond Ranch (3-1); 5. Oxnard Pacifica (2-2); 6. San Gorgonio (2-2); 7. Huntington Beach (2-2); 8. Linfield Christian (1-1-1); 9. Tustin (3-1); 10. North Torrance (2-2).  CIF release had two teams listed second.

Division 8 – 1. El Modena (3-0); 2. Brea Olinda (3-0); 3. Chino (3-1); 4. Grace Brethren (3-1); 5. Laguna Hills (2-1); 6. Moreno Valley (2-1); 7. San Dimas (3-0); 8. Yorba Linda (3-0); 9. Citrus Valley (2-1); 10. Bunea (2-2).

Division 9 – 1. Perris (4-0); 2. Cypress (3-0); 3. La Salle (3-1); 4. Norwalk (3-1); 5. Lynwood (3-1); 6. Cerritos Valley Christian (2-2); 7. California (3-1); 8. Muir (2-1); 9. Ridgecrest Burroughs (2-2); 10. Riverside Notre Dame (2-2).

Division 10 – 1. Aquinas (3-0); 2. Rubidoux (3-0); 3. Dos Pueblos (3-1); 4. Santa Ynez (3-0); 5. Apple Valley (3-0); 6. Grand Terrace (3-1); 7. Barstow (2-2); 8. Leuzinger (2-2); 9. Brethren Christian (3-1); 10. Arlington (2-1).

Division 11 – 1. Coachella Valley (4-0); 2. Ontario Christian (3-1); 3. Culver City (2-1); 4. Katella (4-0); 5. Ramona (3-0-1); 6. Crean Lutheran (3-1); 7. Oak Park (3-1); 8. Twentynine Palms (3-1); 9. Bishop Montgomery (2-1); 10.  Montebello (3-1).

Division 12 – 1. Segerstrom (4-0); 2. Rim of the World (2-0-1); 3. Pacific (4-0); 4. Rancho Mirage (3-1); 5. Arroyo (3-1); 6. Banning (2-2); 7. Calvary Murrieta (3-1); 8. Scurr (3-1); 9. St. Genvieve (3-1); 10. Silver Valley (3-1).

 

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Claremont retains top spot in Division 4 volleyball

Claremont's Emiliee Rohrer spikes the ball past Chino Hills' Bridgette Bourgouin and Alexis Cardoza at Chino Hills High School in Chino Hills, CA., Wednesday, September 14, 2016. (Staff photo by Jennifer Cappuccio Maher/Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

Here are CIF volleyball rankings for Sept. 19 with teams from the Daily Bulletin/Sun coverage area denoted in bold:

Division 1 –1. Mater Dei; 2. San Juan Hills; 3. Edison; 4. Santa Margarita; 5, Mira Costa; 6. Huntington Beach; 7. Edison; 8. Marymount; 9. Redondo Union; 10. Harvard-Westlake.

Division 2 – 1. Ventura; 2. Palos Verdes; 3. Orange Lutheran; 4. Murrieta Valley; 5. Laguna Beach; 6. Esperanza; 7. Temecula Valley; 8. Chadwick; 9. Hart; 10. Louisville.

Division 3 – 1. Bishop Montgomery; 2. Sage Hill; 3. Yorba Linda; 4. Lakewood St. Joseph; 5. Glendora; 6. Saddleback Valley Christian; 7. Agoura; 8. Calabasas; 9. West Ranch; 10. Murrieta Mesa.

Division 4  – 1. Claremont; 2. Elsinore; 3. Bonita; 4. Sierra Canyon; 5. Arcadia; 6. Monrovia; 7. Westridge; 8. Warren; 9. Camarillo; 10. Santa Monica.

Division 5 – 1. El Segundo; 2. Mayfair; 3. La Quinta; 4. JW North; 5. Oak Hills; 6. Xavier Prep; 7. La Reina; 8. Alta Loma; 9. Alemany; 10. Quartz Hill.

Division 6 – 1. Laguna Blanca; 2. Crossroads; 3. Gabrielino; 4. Santa Ynez; 5. El Rancho; 6. Hueneme; 7. Ridgecrest Burroughs; 8. Bell Gardens; 9. Beaumont; 10. Hesperia.

Division 7 – 1. St. Paul; 2. St. Anthony; 3. Archer School; 4. Loma Linda; 5. Riverside Notre Dame; 6. Ontario Christian; 7. St. Monica; 8. Garden Grove; 9. Summit; 10. Don Lugo.

Division 8 – 1. Pomona Catholic; 2. Gladstone; 3. Grace Brethren; 4. Burbank Providence; 5. Linfield Christian; 6. Nordhoff; 7. St. Genevieve; 8. Foothill Tech; 9. Cate; 10. Mary Star of the Sea.

Division 9 – 1. Milliken; 2. Mammoth; 3. Upland Christian; 4,. Oakwood; 5. Anaheim; 6. Faith Baptist; 7. Santa Clarita Christian; 8. Vazquez; 9. Capistrano Valley Christian; 10. Trinity Classical.

Division 10 – 1 .University Prep; 2. Thousand Oaks Hillcrest Christian; 3. Avalon; 4. Einstein Academy; 5. Southlands Christian; 6. Santa Rosa Academy; 7. AAE; 8. San Jacinto Academy; 9. Joshuia Springs; 10. Crossroads Christian.

 

 

 

 

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Claremont girls hold top CIF cross country ranking

BOYS
Division 1 –
1. Great Oak; 2. Dana Hills; 3. Roosevelt; 4. Burbank Burroughs; 5. Beaumont; 6. Yucaipa; 7. Arcadia; 8. El Toro; 9. California; 10. Valencia Placentia.

Division 2 – 1. Loyola; 2. West Ranch; 3. Claremont; 4. Mira Costa; 5. Ventura; 6. Ayala; 7. Mission Viejo; 8. Anaheim Canyon; 9. San Juan Hills; 10. Tesoro.

Division 3 – 1. Brea Olinda; 2. West Torrance; 3. Bloomington; 4. Sultana; 5. Baldwin Park; 6. Paso Robles; 7. South Pasadena; 8. Cathedral; 9. St. John Bosco; 10. Palos Verdes.

Division 4 – 1.  Foothill Tech; 2. San Luis Obispo; 3. JSerra; 4. Harvard-Westlake; 5. Oaks Christian; 6. El Segundo; 7. Costa Mesa; 8. Big Bear; 9. Laguna Beach; 10. Covina.

Division 5 – 1. Flintridge Prep; 2. Desert Christian; 3. St. Margaret’s; 4. Thacher; 5. Cerritos Valley Christian; 6. Brentwood; 7. Pasadena Poly; 8. Xavier Prep; 9. Woodcrest Christian; 10. Santa Maria St. Joseph.

GIRLS
Division 1 –
1. Great Oak; 2. Yucaipa; 3. Arcadia; 4. Vista Murrieta; 5. ML King; 6. Long Beach Poly; 7. Trabuco Hills; 8. Foothill; 9. Dana Hills; 10. El Toro.

Division 2 – 1. Claremont; 2. Saugus; 3. Capistrano Valley; 4. Ventura; 5. Serrano; 6. Anaheim Canyon; 7. Mira Costa; 8. Mission Viejo; 9. Tesoro; 10. West Ranch.

Division 3 – 1. Palos Verdes; 2. Esperanza; 3. Moorpark; 4. Oak Park; 5. Norwalk; 6. Laguna Hills; 7. Yorba Linda; 8. Bolsa Grande; 9. Corona del Mar; 10. Santa Margarita.

Division 4 – 1. Foothill Tech; 2. Bishop Amat; 3. JSerra; 4. Atascadero; 5. Mayfield; 6. Big Bear; 7. Covina; 8. La Canada; 9. El Segundo; 10. Harvard-Westlake.

Division 5 – 1. Flintridge Prep; 2. Sage Hill; 3. Pacific Christian; 4. Bell-Jeff; 5. Brentwood; 6. St. Margaret’s; 7. Xavier Prep; 8. Pasadena Poly; 9. Sacred Heart; 10. Woodcrest Christian.

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Chino Hills, Alta Loma take over top spots in CIF boys water polo poll

Here are the boys water polo rankings for Sept 19 with teams from the Daily Bulletin/Sun coverage area denoted in bold:

Division 1 – 1. Harvard-Westlake; 2. Mater Dei; 3. Orange Lutheran; 4. Huntington Beach; 5. Loyola; 6. Foothill; 7. Corona del Mar; 8. Newport Harbor; 9. Dana Hills; 10. El Toro.

Division 2 – 1. Laguna Beach; 2. Agoura; 3. Santa Margartia; 4. Murrieta Valley; 5. Long Beach Wilson; 6. Beckman; 7. Palos Verdes; 8. Villa Park; 9. Ventura; 10. Dos Pueblos.

Division 3 – 1. Redlands East Valley; 2. Oaks Christian; 3. Claremont; 4. La Serna; 5. Crespi; 6. Malibu; 7. Ayala; 8. Aliso Niguel; 9. Arroyo Grande; 10. Woodbridge.

Division 4 – 1. Chino Hills; 2. Northwood; 3. Cerritos; 4. Royal; 5. Bonita; 6. Rancho Cucamonga; 7. Sonora; 8. Millikan’; 9. Sunny Hills; 10. Palm Desert.

Division 5 – 1. La Canada; 2. Corona; 3. Temple City; 4. Murrieta Mesa; 5. Burroughs; 6. San Dimas; 7. Jurupa Valley; 8. San Juan Hills; 9. Santa Ynez; 10, Great Oak.

Division 6- 1. Alta Loma; 2. Xavier Prep; 3. Ocean View; 4. Diamond Bar; 5. Chino; 6. Arcadia; 7. Norco; 8. Rowland; 9. Etiwanda; 10. Roosevelt.

 

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Montclair, Garey earn Division 5 rankings in girls tennis

Redlands East Valley’s Breanna Blackey returns a serve during a doubles match against Redlands on Tuesday.

Redlands East Valley is ranked ninth in Division 3.

Here are girls tennis polls for week of Sept. 19 with local teams denoted in bold:

Division 1 – 1. Peninsula; 2. Harvard-Westlake; 3. Corona del Mar; 4. Campbell Hall; 5. University; 6. Oaks Christian; 7. Arcadia; 8. Dana Hills; 9. Northwood; 10. Mira Costa.

Division 2 – 1. Cate; 2. Santa Ynez; 3. South Torrance; 4. Riverside Poly; 5. Aliso Niguel; 6. Yucaipa; 7. Redlands; 8. Long Beach Poly; 9. Chadwick; 10. Cerritos.

Division 3 – 1. Alhambra; 2. Temple City; 3. Cypress; 4. Serrano; 5. Walnut; 6. West Torrance; 7. Great Oak; 8. Brea Olinda; 9. Redlands East Valley; 10. tie, Carpenteria, Mayfield.

Division 4 – La Serbna; 2. Elsinore; 3. Magnolia; 4. Alta Loma; 5. Chaminade; 6. Bishop Montgomery; 7. Mayfair; 8. JW North; 9. Arroyo; 10. Thacher.

Division 5 – 1. Temnescal Canyon; 2. Ramona; 3. Rim of the World; 4. Gladstone; 5. Montclair; 6. Garey; 7. Rancho Mirage; 8. San Jacinto; 9. Twentynine Palms; 10. Orange.

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Webb School looking for coaches in basketball, wrestling

The Webb School is need in need of coaches for winter sports.

There are vacancies for for an assistant varsity boys basketball
coach, a head freshman boys basketball coach and a head varsity wrestling
coach.

Anyone interested in the positions should contact Athletic Director Steve Wishek at swishek@webb.org or call 909-482-5257.

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All the prep football scores from Sept. 16-17

Rancho Cucamonga’s Jaylon Redd is tripped up by Murrieta Valley’s Joe Montoya at Rancho Cucamonga High School in Rancho Cucamonga, CA., Friday, September 16, 2016. (Photo by Jennifer Cappuccio Maher/Southern California News Group)

THURSDAY’S GAMES
Aquinas 47, Xavier Prep 27
Granite Hills 30, Littlerock 0

FRIDAY’S GAMES

Apple Valley 29, Victor Valley 22
Brea Olinda 40, Diamond Bar 20
Buena 27, Bonita 7
Chaffey 8, Colton 7
Charter Oak 27, Damien 14 story
Chino 51, Los Osos 14 story
Claremont 40, Pomona 12
Colony 43, Norte Vista 29 story
Covina 31, Montclair 7
Diamond Ranch 35, Burbank Burroughs 17
Eisenhower 69, Rialto 31
Garey 42, Webb 14
Great Oak 37, Ayala 7
Grand Terrace 62, Vista del Lago 0
Heritage 15, Redlands East Valley 7 story
Jurupa Valley 42, Arroyo Valley 22
Lakeside 63, Bloomington 14
Mater Dei 62, Upland 7 story
Miller 17, Fontana 9
Moreno Valley 34, Jurupa Hills 26
Northview 35, Don Lugo 28 story
Oak Hills 27, Etiwanda 24 story
Ontario 40, Patriot 12
Pacific 41, West Valley 29
Palm Springs 38, Kaiser 27
Paso Robles 31, Cajon 28
Perris 48, San Bernardino 10
Rancho Cucamonga 41, Murrieta Valley 20 story photos
Redlands 23, Chaparral 22
Rim of the World 20, Desert Hot Springs 13
Roosevelt 42, Alta Loma 27
San Gabriel 27, Ganesha 0
Serrano 55, Adelanto 6
Silverado 55, Eastside 31
Sultana 35, Barstow 28
Upland Christian 35, Nuview Bridge 8
Twentynine Palms 46, Indian Springs 0
Yucaipa 26, San Gorgonio 21 photos story
Yucca Valley 85, Western Christian 0

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Former Chino Hills standout Courtney Buzzerio picks Indiana

Former Chino Hills volleyball standout Courtney Buzzerio has committed to the University of Indiana.

The 6-foot-4 setter and rightside hitter is now playing her junior year at Orange Lutheran. She played sparingly as a freshman at Chino Hills in 2014 but was the starting setter last year as a sophomore.

She is the younger sister of Meghan Buzzerio, the Daily Bulletin’s Player of the Year in 2014 who is now playing at University of Iowa.

Courtney was also considering Iowa, University of Santa Clara, as well as several Ivy League schools.

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