Ken Hubbs school winners set

The school winners for the Ken Hubbs Award were decided Monday by the
Hubbs committee and will be honored in about an hour at the 66ers’ game with
the Quakes at Arrowhead Credit Union Park. The overall winner will be
chosen Monday at the Ken Hubbs Award Banquet, which starts at 6 p.m.
at the Elks Club in San Bernardino.

Winners from the individual schools being honored tonight are as
follows:
Aquinas — Kyle Didier (golf and basketball);
Arrowhead Christian — Charles Izydorek (soccer);
Arroyo Valley — Jordan Boothe (football, track and field, baseball, basketball);
Big Bear — Paul Topoleski (football, baseball, basketball, soccer);
Bloomington — Alex Cruz (wrestling, football, track and field);
Cajon — Thomas Carter (football, track and field);
Carter — Steven Reneau (football, basketball, volleyball);
Colton — Devan Hussey (football, track and field);
Eisenhower — Bernard Ireland (basketball, volleyball);
Fontana — Isac Fonseca (soccer);
Kaiser — Shaun Bradley (football, soccer, track and field);
Miller — Kendall Chambliss (football, baseball);
Pacific — Carlos Espinoza (swimming, water polo);
Redlands — Nolan Brown (swimming);
Redlands East Valley — Chris Mecate (wrestling);
Rialto — Enrique Lopez (cross country, track and field);
Rim of the World — Dillon Pretzinger (football, track and field);
San Bernardino — Choncey White (basketball);
San Gorgonio — Paul Rodriguez (football, basketball, volleyball, track and field);
Summit — Dorian Cason (basketball, volleyball)
Yucaipa — Jordon Morris (football, track and field).

The committee will also honor two female athletes for the first time
in history, with Redlands East Valley volleyball player Krista Vansant
and Rialto basketball player Janae Sharpe set to receive awards. The
committee will also announce a major change in the award at Monday’s
banquet.