Boys Cross Country
WOODCREST CHRISTIAN 10, ONTARIO CHRISTIAN 8 >> Kayla Dennis won two singles matches for the Knights (0-14, 0-10) in the loss to the Royals. The Knights had two of their doubles teams win two of its matches.
WOODCREST CHRISTIAN 3, ONTARIO CHRISTIAN 2 >> Jacklyn Post and Madison Maynes had 11 kills for the Knights in the loss to the Royals, 22-25, 18-25, 26-24, 25-23, 15-12, in Ambassador League play. Maynes also had 20 assists and three aces while Annaka Jorgenson had 12 kills and two blocks. Ontario Christian will play at 6 p.m. Tuesday against Loma Linda Academy.
Boys Water Polo
CLAREMONT 18, BONITA 5 >> Bruno Snow had six goals for the Wolfpack (14-6, 5-0) in the Palomares League victory over the Bearcats. Johnathon Wong scored five goals in the win while Matt Turk added two goals for the Wolfpack. Bryan Plat served as the Bearcats leading scorer with four goals. Claremont will play at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday against Ayala.
ONTARIO CHRISTIAN 3, ARROWHEAD CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 0 >> Annaka Jorgenson had nine kills for the Knights (10-4, 4-3) in the Ambassador League victory over the Eagles. Jessica Jones had six kills and two aces for the Knights. Ontario Christian will play at 6 p.m. Tuesday against Aquinas.
CLAREMONT 12, AYALA 8 >> Bruno Snow had six goals for the Wolfpack (10-6, 2-0) in the Palomares League victory over the Bulldogs. Jonathan Wong contributed with four goals while goalkeeper Kellan Grant had 10 saves for the Wolfpack. Claremont will play at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday against Diamond Bar.
RIVERSIDE NOTRE DAME 15, ONTARIO CHRISTIAN 3 >> Hannah Bradvica won three matches in singles play for the Titans in the Ambassador League victory over the Knights (0-11, 0-7). Both Joanne Kim and Lauren Henry won a singles match for the Knights.
ARROWHEAD CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 12, ONTARIO CHRISTIAN 6 >> The Eagles’ Kendall Bollock swept her singles competition in Ambassador League play against the Knights (0-8, 0-4). Kayla Dennis won two matches against Eagles. Arrowhead Christian Academy will play at 3:15 p.m. today against Aquinas. Ontario Christian will play at 3:15 p.m. today against Woodcrest Christian.
ONTARIO CHRISTIAN 14, CERRITOS VALLEY CHRISTIAN 12>> Quarterback Ian Ulloa threw an 18-yard game-winning touchdown pass to Grayson Kline in the Knights’ victory over the Crusaders with 55 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter. The Knights sealed the game with an interception in the final seconds of the game.
CAJON 65, EISENHOWER 6 >> The Cowboys’ Tyrone Gasaway caught three touchdown passes, Elijah Lilly returned two kickoffs for touchdowns to lead the way. Wilbur Murray added over 130 yards rushing and a touchdown in the Citrus Belt League win over the Eagles. Cajon will play at 7 p.m. Friday against Miller.
Player of the Year – Itale Andrade, Western Christian
Coach of the Year – Jessica Granados, Aquinas
Sportsmanship Award – Western Christian
League champion – Aquinas
Lauren Barlow, Sr., Loma Linda
Madison Field, Soph., Loma Linda
Casey Goggin, Sr., Aquinas
Taylor Holcomb, Sr., Ontario Christian
Amanda Kirtley, Jr., Aquinas
Mikayla Marvin, Sr., Arrowhead Christian
Paige Mieras, Sr., Western Christian
Andie Olson, Sr., Western Christian
Teresa Roquet, Sr., Aquinas
Amanda Sappington, Sr., Calvary Murrieta
Anna Stevenson, Soph., Woodcrest Christian
Lauren Wells, Jr., Woodcrest Christian
Shaye Worley, Sr., Ontario Christian
Ashley Dimaculangan, St., Ontario Chr.
Margella Elad, Sr., Aquinas
Kalin Miramontes, Soph., Western Christian
Emily Morgan, Jr., Aquinas
Cassidy Mulder, Sr., Arrowhead Christian
Tesa Oaks, Fr., Woodcrest Christian
Lindsey Redfield, Sr., Loma Linda
Vanessa Rodriguez, Sr., Linfield Christian
Audrey Uyemura, Soph., Loma Linda
Danika Young, Jr., Calvary Murrieta
From the voice mail, which didn’t make it in the paper or in the prep roundup.
Ontario Christian def. Ontario 18-25, 25-23, 25-13, 27-25
The Knights (1-1) were led to victory by Ashley Dimaculangan, who had 12 kills, while Taylor Holcomb had 23 digs, Alex Paez had five aces and 17 digs and Shaye Worley added six kills and 20 assists.
Diamond Bar wasn’t alone. The Brahmas suffered the fate of the other two local baseball teams in Tuesday’s CIF-SS semifinals, falling a game short of playing for a championship. After Diamond Bar couldn’t convert a third-inning leadoff triple into a run, it was all downhill in a 10-2 loss to second-seeded Gardena Serra.
Though San Dimas avoided an Oaks Christian ace expected to be a first-round draft pick, the Saints fell to the No. 1 seed, 3-0. Division 2 No. 3 seed Los Osos went down in heartbreaking fashion, falling victim to a two-out single in the final inning of a 3-2 loss to second-seeded Temecula Valley. Ontario Christian, the final local baseball team standing, will play its Division 5 semifinal today after the game was delayed due to Oak Hills’ graduation.
For all CIF-SS baseball semifinal scores, click the link below.
Los Osos outside hitter Ashten Smith-Gooden (pictured above) claimed Player of the Year honors for the 2012 All-Valley volleyball team after helping her team to the CIF finals for the first time in school history. Los Osos coach Franco Macchia also reaped the benefits of the Grizzlies best ever season, earning Coach of the Year honors.
MEGHAN BUZZERIO, Chino Hills
The sophomore burst onto the scene with 532 kills in just 29 games to lead the Huskies to a playoff berth. The outside hitter also had 228 digs, 33 aces and 26 solo blocks to go along with a kill percentage of 39 for a Chino Hills team that posted an 18-11 record.
ERIN CLARK, Ayala
The Ayala setter had a spectacular year with 617 assists for the Bulldogs, who finished second in the Sierra League behind St. Lucy’s, the No. 1 seed in the CIF-SS Division 1A playoffs. The junior was instrumental in the team’s turnaround from a fifth-place finish in league in 2011 to second in 2012.
ARDEN DAVIS, St. Lucy’s
The senior libero, a member of two CIF-SS championship teams during her tenure, totaled 308 digs this season and earned All-CIF honors in Division 1A. Davis helped the Regents win a fourth consecutive Sierra League championship and a No. 1 playoff seed.
Due to heavy fog on Thursday at Rim of the World High School in Lake Arrowhead and the anticipation of more fog Friday, the CIF-SS East Valley championship football game has been moved to Citrus Valley High School, according to Ontario Christian athletic director David Parkes. No. 1 seed Ontario Christian will take on Rim of the World on Friday as scheduled at 7 p.m., just not in the mountains as originally planned.