San Bernardino all-star game roster

First of all, I hope everyone had a great holiday season. Now that it’s over, I’ll be posting again with a little bit more frequency. You’ll be seeing more basketball posts, but with the Inland Empire Football Classic set to take place next Saturday at 7 p.m. at Los Osos High School, here’s another football one.

This is the San Bernardino roster for the game, with college choice in parantheses. Of course, it’s subject to change throughout the week.

Shawn Abbott, WR/DB, Montclair
James Adams, DT, Redlands East Valley
Jayson Allmond, RB, Bloomington
Nat Berhe, DB/RB, Colton
Richard Brehaut, QB, Los Osos
A.J. Cabello, DE, Arrowhead Christian
Nalik Davis, DL, Miller
Travis Everard, RB/LB, Lucerne Valley
Daniel Fonua, LB, Rancho Cucamonga
Kevin Garnuscio, DL, Alta Loma
Jesse Gonzales, LB, Los Osos
Ricky Gonzalez, OL, Eisenhower
Kevin Guerra, G, Colton
Jacob Guzman, LB, Miller
Montreal Harris, WR/DB, Twentynine Palms
Osahon Irabor, CB/WR, Upland
Alex Jefferies, WR/DB, Eisenhower
Larry Johnson, LB/TE, Granite Hills
Taj Johnson, DB, Upland
Walter Kazee, RB, Cajon
Louie Lara, OL/NG, Pacific
Robert Larivee, LB/TE, Ayala
Ray Lazard, WR, Ontario
Orie Lupear, OL, Redlands East Valley
Simon Martinez, OL/LB, Kaiser
Willie Mebane, WR, Etiwanda
Rex Meikel, DL, Yucaipa
Brock Morris, OL, Redlands
Michael Philipp, OL, Arroyo Valley
Joseph Pitre, OL, Silver Valley
Marlon Pollard, DB/WR, Cajon
Kevin Pope, DE, Serrano
Mitchel Rosnagle, LB/DE, Los Osos
Matt Shinn, OL, Los Osos
Tyler Stirewalt, QB, Aquinas
Irshad Stolden, WR, Rancho Cucamonga
Jared Taylor, K/WR/DB, Chino
Dominique Williams, WR/DB, San Bernardino

  • Hawk Parent

    How does a player get pick for this team? Does coach of player chose them?

  • Larivee Fan

    Congrats to Larivee and his Ayala teammates that aided in this honor. TO COME! Watch following in Larivee’s footsteps, brother, Joseph (Ayala HS) and cousin, Brandon Arden (Los Osos HS).

  • TJ Berka

    It’s bizarre and to be honest, I don’t know all the ins and outs of the process for this particular game. But typically, its on an invite basis, which I’m sure is based on factors in addition to on-field performance (academic performance, coach recommendations, etc.). This game in particular sees a bit of a revolving door based on who shows up at practice. Two years ago, a Colony kid – Tony Davis I believe – joined the San Bernardino all-stars mid-week and was one of the bigger factors in that team’s victory. I also did a story last year which featured a couple of kids who ended up not showing up to the actual game. It’s hit or miss.

  • Hawk Parent

    HOW CAN THE LEADING RUSHER IN THE COUNTY NOT BE PLAYING IN THIS GAME? AND WHY NOT ANYONE FROM HIS TEAM ON HERE? HIGH DESERT GOT SCREWED JUST LIKE ALLWAYS.HESPERIA DEFENCE HAD TWO OR THREE PLAYER THAT NEED TO BE ON THIS TEAM.(TELL US WHO LEAD COUNTY IN RUSHING AND PASSING)

  • TJ Berka

    I know there’s a rule that a kid can’t play more than two of these all-star games. Not sure how that applies in this case, but I’m assuming that everyone that you’ve mentioned is playing in the High Desert all-star game. So if they want to get into one of the bigger Southern California high school games (like the U.S. Army one where Riverside/S.B. County takes on a team from Orange/San Diego county), this would probably be the all-star game they’d have to skip.

  • Larivee Fan

    More on Larivee,

    Reviewing Larivee’s stats over his 3 year career at Ayala, they are excellent to most, however one stat does not show up. His unique capability for coming up with big plays to keep his team in the game. He apparently came up with a big turnover in Ayala’s game with Damien in ’07. After being sidelined with an injury, and the game seemingly out of hand he dove and poked the ball out at the Ayala goal line sparking the team to a last second come from behind win. A Damien TD would have not only put Ayala down 3 or 4 scores but ended there chances at playing Glendora for the -07 Sierra League crown.
    Watch and see if Martinez plays Larivee at longsnapper as well, another not so well publisized talent of Larivee, who could very well snap in the NFL. I here they finally played im at Fullback and he rocked as well!

  • Larivee Fan

    Talk about missing players! How about Ayala’s David Quiroga? Voted the Sierra Leagues’s most talented athlete! This kid posses all the tools to benefit any team at any level, at several possitions! Without the benefit of a mature arm in ’08 Quiroga did it all over the field, running back and on defense. With Northern Colorado U QB, Matt Baca gone, Quiroga hardly got the ball at the WR possition. No knock on current Ayala QB Lada, but his lack of experience showed, hurting Quiroga. But watch out for Lada in ’09! He improved and matured greatly as the season progressed and will be a force to reckon with in ’09!