Here are newest CIF rankings in boys soccer

Here are the CIF rankings in boys soccer for the week of Jan. 25 with teams from the Sun/Daily Bulletin coverage area denoted in bold:

Division 1 – 1. Servite; 2. Paramount; 3. Loyola; 4. St. John Bosco; 5. Los Alamitos; 6. Palos Verdes; 7. Warren; 8. Santa Barbara; 9. Capistrano Valley; 10. Edison.

Division 2 – 1. Long Beach Cabrillo; 2. Bell Gardens; 3. Santa Ana; 4. Tesoro; 5. Laguna Hills; 6. Anaheim; 7. Sunny Hills; 8. Montebello; 9. Century; 10. Riverside Poly.

Division 3 – 1. Cathedral; 2. Chaffey; 3. Diamond Bar; 4. Redlands East Valley; 5. Pasadena; 6. Ontario; 7. Claremont; 8. Salesian; 9. Santa Maria; 10., tie, Chino Hills, Pioneer Valley.

Division 4 – 1. Placentia Valencia; 2. Godinez; 3. Valencia; 4. Artesia; 5. Estancia; 6. Hart; 7. Brea Olinda; 8. Bellflower; 9. Temescal Canyon; 10 .South Torrance.

Division 5 – 1. Garey; 2. Garden Grove Santiago; 3. Ganesha; 4 Jurupa Hills; 5. Adelanto; 6. Diamond Ranch; 7. South El Monte; 8. Los Altos; 9. Animo Leadership; 10. tie, Crossroads, San Gorgonio.

Division 6 – 1. Desert Mirage; 2. Monrovia; 3. Woodcrest Chr.; 4. Shadow Hills; 5. Covina; 6. Nogales; 7. Vistamar; 8. Flintridge Prep; 9. CAMS;10. La Canada.

Division 7 – 1. University Prep; 2. Mammoth; 3. Fillmore; 4. Riverside Prep; 5. Santa Rosa Aca.; 6. St. Paul; 7. Saddleback Valley Chr.; 8. Grace Brethren; 9. Mojave; 10. Tarbuy V’Torah.

 

 

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Here are newest CIF rankings in girls soccer

Here are the CIF rankings in all divisions for the week of Jan. 25. Teams in the Daily Bulletin/Sun coverage area denoted in bold:

Division 1 – 1. Aliso Niguel; 2. Mater Dei; 3. Harvard-Westlake; 4. San Clemente; 5. El Toro; 6. Santa Margarita; 7. Edison; 8. Tesoro; 9. Anaheim Canyon; 10. tie, Chaminade, Huntington Beach.

Division 2 – 1. Oaks Christian; 2. Vista Murrieta; 3. Palos Verdes; 4. Mira Costa; 5. Troy; 6. Corona Santiago; 7. Temecula Valley; 8. Westlake; 9. Norco; 10. tie, Northwood, Sunny Hills.

Division 3 – 1. South Hills; 2. San Luis Obispo; 3. Yorba Linda; 4. West Torrance; 5. Warren; 6. Cypress; 7. Pasadena Poly; 8. El Dorado; 9. San Marcos; 10. tie, North Torrance, Claremont.

Division 4 – 1. Moorpark; 2. Royal; 3. La Mirada; 4. Serrano; 5. Arcadia; 6. Mayfair; 7. Santa Monica; 8. St. Margaret’s; 9. San Marino; 10. tie, Crescenta Valley, Oak Hills.

Division 5 – 1. Sierra Canyon; 2. Oxnard; 3. La Serna; 4. California; 5. Santa Ana Cavalry Chapel; 6. Laguna Beach; 7. Alta Loma; 8. Ocean View; 9. Palm Desert; 10. Segerstrom.

Division 6 – Bloomington; 2. Grand Terrace; 3. Sierra Vista; 4. Palomar Valley; 5. Temescal Canyon; 6. Gabrielino; 7. Schurr; 8. San Gorgonio; 9. Colton; 10. tie, Heritage Christian, Maranatha.

Division 7 – 1. Grace Brethren; 2. Garden Grove; 3. St. Genevieve; 4. St. Anthony; 5. Shadow Hills; 6. Vistamar; 7. Foothill Tech; 8. University Prep; 9. Moreno Valley; 10. San Gabriel Mission.

 

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Here are CIF rankings in girls water polo

Here are the new CIF rankings in girls water polo for the week of Jan. 25. Teams from the Sun/Bulletin coverage area denoted in bold:

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

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

Division 3 – .1. Arroyo Grande; 2. ML King; 3. Troy; 4. Redondo Union; 5. Mira Costa; 6. Corona Santiago; 7. La Serna; 8. Peninsula; 9. Palos Verdes; 10. Righetti.

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

Division 5 – 1. Los Altos; 2 Palm Desert; 3. Temple City; 4. La Canada; 5. La Quinta; 6. Yucaipa; 7. Chino; 8. Charter Oak; 9. Rio Mesa; 10. South Pasadena.

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

Division 7 – 1. Hillcrest; 2. Foothill Tech; 3. Malibu; 4. Jurupa Valley; 5. San Dimas; 6. Webb; 7. Santa Ana Valley; 8. Hemet; 9. Temescal Canyon; 10. Culver City.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Etiwanda’s Kamari Pleasant chooses Washington

This time the decision is final – or so says Etiwanda safety Kamari Pleasant.

The 6-foot, 180-pounder has made  a verbal commitment to the University of Washington, just a few days after decommitting from Arizona State.

“I really think this is the best situation for me

,” he said. “I am relieved to have the decision behind me now.”

Pleasant had eight offers from which to choose when he made his decision the first time, only to get the feeling later on that he wasn’t as high on Arizona State’s radar as he was on them.

His final decision came down to Washington, USC and Oregon. Ironically his earliest memories were of the other schools. He grew up liking Oregon but always liked Reggie Bush and his father was a big USC and Reggie Bush fan.

“It will be fun playing against them,” he said.

Pleasant was one of the more versatile players in the area. He got drew most of the interest from major colleges on the defensive side of the ball but also saw time at running back and wide receiver.

 

 

 

 

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Ontario Christian girls soccer reaches new heights

The Ontario Christian girls soccer team (11-5-1, 8-0) earned the program’s 300th league victory following the 3-1 Ambassador League win over Linfield Christian on Jan. 22.

OC2016During the 30 year existence of the program, the Knights have competed in four different leagues: Prep, Olympic, Christian and the Ambassador. The success has led to 21 of 29 possible league championships, according to current soccer coach David Belden.
Belden is in his 15th season as coach of the Knights and is fourth coach in the program’s history. During his tenure, the Knights have won 136 leagues games.
Sydney Robinson, Alexis Cervantes and Taylor Mankin each scored a goal in the Knights’ eighth consecutive league win of the season. Madison Mouw contributed with two assists while goalkeeper Kristin Inge had three saves.
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Scores from the SoCal Shootout at Azusa Pacific

Here are the scores from the 14th annual Southern California Shootout Saturday at Azusa Pacific’s Felix Event Center. 

San Dimas 56, Flintridge Prep 43
Los Altos 65, Glendora 61
Sonora 80, Claremont 73
Walnut 64, Colony 52
Etiwanda 61, Alta Loma 28
La Canada 66, Oak Park 40
St. John Bosco 63, Bonita 61
Damien 73, ML King 57

8:45 p.m. – Riverside Poly vs. Los Osos

 

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Rancho Cucamonga girls soccer earns first league victory of the season

A second half goal by Rancho Cucamonga’s Lauren Perry proved to be the difference in the Cougars’ Baseline League home victory over Los Osos, 2-1.

Devyn Kelsey of the Grizzlies provided the early lead with a goal in the first half but it was Olore Imoohi of the Cougars, who was responsible for tying the game after a successful free kick opportunity.

It was the first league win of the season for Rancho Cucamonga (10-2-2, 1-1-1) while the Grizzlies suffer their third straight league loss.

Baseline League:

  • Olivia Seddon struck first for Chino Hills in the 2-0 victory over Upland with a shot to the upper right corner. Madeleine Tarin added to the lead with a header off an assist from Jessica Miclat.
  • Jordan Tadros had one goal and an assist in the first half for St. Lucy’s in the victory over Etiwanda, 2-1. Tadros was credited for the assist on the goal scored by Nicole Leggio. The only score of the second half came off a penalty kick by the Eagles.

Mt. Baldy League:

  • Brooke Kortekaas scored three goals in the Braves dominant performance over the Jaguars, 11-0, in Mt. Baldy League play. Ashlyn Farino and Diana Pineda contributed to the Braves’ shutout victory with two goals apiece. Allison Brossard, Kastel Heinold, Alex Hargrave and Caitlyn Sanchez also scored in the game.
  • Colony defeated Chaffey, 3-1. Christine Vandenberg, Caeylee Esquivel and Natalie Treto all scored for the Titans in the second half against the Tigers.

Citrus Belt League:

  • Gaby Hinojosa had three goals for Citrus Valley in the 8-0 win over Eisenhower while Valerie Warren added two goals.
  • Johanna Mota scored a pair of goals for Carter in the first over Redlands, 2-0.
  • Marina Medeiros had eight saves for Redlands East Valley in the Citrus Belt League victory over Yucaipa, 3-1. Hailey Montoya, Brenna Dolen and Aly Olsen each scored for the Wildcats.

Sunkist League

  • Bloomington remains undefeated this season following its 6-0 victory over Fontana.

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