Marcos Fino will be Bloomington’s next football coach, pending approval by the Colton Joint Unified School District at Thursday night’s meeting.
Although the district cannot comment on Fino’s hiring at this time, he is listed on the agenda for Thursday night’s meeting as being up for approval to be Bloomington’s next head foootball coach.
Although I’m not sure if he currently is, it appears at one point that Fino taught in the Colton district. He also may have coached at Yucaipa at one time, although not under current Yucaipa head coach Justin Price.
It was semfinal day on Tuesday in boys soccer, girls soccer and some of the boys and girls basketball divisions.
Many county teams took their lumps, but congratulations to Summit girls basketball, Cajon boys soccer, and Los Osos and Citrus Valley girls soccer for making it to the finals.
Here’s how county teams did:
Long Beach Poly 56, Etiwanda 47
Santa Maria Righetti 68, Colony 65
Summit 72, Burbank 49
La Crescenta Crescenta Valley 2, Oak Hills 1
Cajon 2, Granite Hills 0
Lake Elsinore Lakeside 2, Colton 1
Los Osos 4, Upland 0
La Puente Bishop Amat 4, Chino HIlls 1
Downey 1, Cajon 0
Citrus Valley 4, Calabasas Viewpoint 3
Cajon’s boys soccer team advanced to the Division 5 final as Carlos Trinidad and Samuel Meyer scored for a 2-0 victory over Granite Hills on Tuesday.