Yucaipa downs Fontana 3-2 in first game at San Manuel Stadium

Not everything is new at the ballpark in San Bernardino, but there is a new name on it: San Manuel Stadium as officially christened on Wednesday.
A game between Fontana and Yucaipa followed, with Yucaipa pulling out a 3-2 victory on Billy Baldwin’s one-out RBI single that snapped a 2-2 tie in the sixth inning.
For Fontana, Juan Robles had a two-run double (in the top of the sixth to tie the score) and Anthony Ayala was 2 for 3 with a double and a run scored. Greg Espinosa was 2 for 2 with a double and two runs scored (including a steal of home) and Alec Morabito was 2 for 3 with an RBI to lead Yucaipa.
Tyler Sapp got the final two outs for Yucaipa with the tying run in scoring position to earn the save.

The field is in immaculate shape, in part because of improvements. The infield grass and dirt are all new, but the rest of the field that looks so great is just because it has been well-maintained. There are more signs around the ballpark and the parking lot has been repaved.

A full County Clash will take place on Saturday at the ballpark: Pacific vs. San Bernardino at 1 p.m., Rialto vs. Colton at 4 p.m. and Yucaipa-Redlands at 7 p.m.

All-CIF Southern Section girls soccer


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PLAYER OF THE YEAR – Sammy Jo Prud’homme – Goalkeeper – Aliso Niguel
COACH OF THE YEAR – Randy Dodge/Jesus Miramontes – Aliso Niguel
1 Lauren Benner, 12, Forward, Aliso Niguel
2 Ashley McCutcheon, 9, Midfield, Aliso Niguel
3 Sammy Jo Prud Homme, 12, Goalkeeper, Aliso Niguel
4 Sarah Roberts, 9, Midfield, Aliso Niguel
5 Taylor Alderete, 12, Forward, Anaheim Canyon
6 Abbi Williams, 11, Defense, Chaminade
7 Annie Alvarado, 11, Midfield, Corona del Mar
8 Sydney Raguse, 12, Defense, Corona del Mar
9 Nosa Ogiamien, 11, Midfield, Esperanza
10 Breeana Koemans, 12, Midfield, Flintridge Sacred Heart
11 Danielle Duhl, 12, Midfield, Harvard Westlake
12 Callie Taylor, 12, Forward, Los Alamitos
13 Corey Tobin, 12, Goalkeeper, Orange Lutheran
14 Miranda Valdez, 12, Forward, Orange Lutheran
15 Amanda Juan, 11, Defense, Redlands
16 Nikki Farris, 10, Forward, San Clemente
17 Marlee Carrillo, 12, Defense, San Clemente
18 Sheridan Hapsic, 12, Goalkeeper, San Clemente
19 Kailey Hackett, 11, Midfield, Santa Margarita
20 Samantha Trenary, 11, Forward, Santa Margarita
21 Serena Banas-Smith, 12, Defense, Saugus
22 Ashley Dean, 11, Forward, Yucaipa

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All-CIF Southern Section boys soccer


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PLAYER OF THE YEAR – Luis Cervantes – Senior Forward – Millikan
COACH OF THE YEAR – Rod Petkovic – Millikan
1 Beezer Wehan, 12, Midfield, Aliso Niguel
2 Steven Barrera, 12, Goalkeeper, Millikan
3 Luis Cervantes, 12, Forward, Millikan
4 Hugo Gonzalez, 12, Midfield, Millikan
5 Dario Garcia, 10, Defense, Los Alamitos
6 Ozzie Yanez, 11, Forward, Los Alamitos
7 Henry Herrill,12, Midfield, Loyola
8 Cesar Verdin, 12, Defense, Loyola
9 David Elias, 12, Goalkeeper, Marina
10 Kevin Moses, 12, Defense, Marina
11 Michael Meissner, 12, Midfield, Palos Verdes
12 Zach Soufl, 12, Defense, Palos Verdes
13 Thor English,12, Forward, Royal
14 Ryan Stoll, 12, Defense, San Clemente
15 Gage Zerboni, 11, Forward, San Clemente
16 Chris Adriano, 12, Defense, Servite
17 Conner Bevans, 12, Forward, Servite
18 Matt Laterza, 12, Forward, St. Francis
19 Willie Lopez, 12, Defense, St. John Bosco
20 Derek Vogel, 12, Forward, St. John Bosco
21 Spencer Kozick, 12, Defense, Ventura
22 Erick Sandoval, 12, Forward, Ventura

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All-CIF Southern Section girls basketball

All-CIF girls basketball teams
Individuals in bold are from San Bernardino County (plus Mesa Grande Academy, which is technically not in San Bernardino County)

Player of the Year:
Nirra Fields, Mater Dei(12); Jordan Adams, Mater Dei (12)
Coach of the Year: Kim Cram-Torres
First TeamAlexas Williamson, 12, Mater Dei
Chrishae Rowe, 11, Santiago/Corona
Destiny King, 12, Long Beach Poly
Keitra Wallace, 12, Brea Olinda
Taylor Spears, 12, Brea Olinda
Gabriella Hanson, 11, Troy
Monique Billings, 10, Corona Santiago
Ashtyn Anderson, 12, Etiwanda
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All-CIF Southern Section boys basketball

Here are all-CIF Southern Section teams as released this week:
Players in bold are from San Bernardino County:

Players of the Year: Katin Reinhardt, Mater Dei (12); Xavier Johnson, Mater Dei (12)
Coach of the Year: Gary McKnight, Mater Dei
First Team
Myles Pearson, 12, Upland
Stanley Johnson, 10, Mater Dei
Jordan Mathews, 11, Santa Monica
Marvelle Harris, 12, Eisenhower
Jordan McLaughlin, 10, Etiwanda

Parker Jackson-Cartwright, 10, Loyola
Roschon Prince, 11, Long Beach Poly
Jordan Bell, 11, Long Beach Poly

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All-Mountain Valley League soccer

All-Mountain Valley League soccer

Coach of the Year Rubidoux – Brian Miller

Name: (Print First, Last) Grade Position
1st Team – JH Offensive MVP – Hector Estrada 11 Mid
1st Team – JH Oscar Medina 10 Defense
1st Team – JH Andres Manzano 11 Mid
1st Team – JH Jose Flores 11 Mid
1st Team – JH Francisco Higuera 11 Forward
1st Team – JH Walter Zavala 11 Defense

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Summit comes up short, 69-59

The Summit girls basketball team was as close as one point as late as the third quarter, but they eventually fell 69-59 at top-seeded Santa Ana Mater Dei in a CIF State Division I Southern California Regionals semifinal on Tuesday night.

Jillian Alleyne scored 18 points with 17 rebounds, Ajaee Foster scored 11 of her 14 points in the second half, Ashley Weissmann made 3-of-5 3-pointers and scored 12 points, while Brooklynn Jackson made two 3-pointers and scored eight points and Adrianna Brodie scored seven. All the Summit points were scored by the starters, who played almost the entire game.

Summit, the CIF-SS Division 1A champion, actually fell behind 60-46 in the fourth before battling back one final time to get within 64-59 when Weissmann made three free throws with 32.4 seconds left. But Mater Dei made 5-of-8 free throws from there on out to close out the game.

Summit hanging in with Mater Dei at the half

The huge underdog Summit girls basketball team is hanging with Santa Ana Mater Dei in a Division I Southern California Regional semifinal tonight.
They led by as many as four points in the first half and are within six (36-30) at halftime here at Mater Dei.
Jillian Alleyne has 11 points and seven rebounds at halftime and Adrianna Brodie has seven points at the half for Summit, more than she scored in the entire game on Saturday night at Corona Santiago.
Ashley Weissmann also made two 3-pointers and Summit is shooting much better from the line than the SkyHawks did against Santiago, making seven of nine free throws in the first half.