All-San Andreas League boys volleyball

All-San Andreas League boys volleyball for the 2012 season

MVP
ALEC BOGH 12 CITRUS VALLEY
FIRST TEAM
RICHARD BLANCO 12 SAN GORGONIO
NIKO CHAVEZ 12 CITRUS VALLEY
MALIK EDWARDS 11 CARTER
JORDAN JEWSBURY 11 CITRUS VALLEY
JOHN MOORE 11 ARROYO VALLEY RICHARD PHAN 11 SAN GORGONIO

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Tuesday’s CIF-SS semifinal softball scores

There were eight San Bernardino County (including Mesa Grande Academy) softball teams in action on Tuesday, playing CIF-SS semifinal games. Since we are down to the semifinals, here are all of Tuesday’s semifinal softball scores, including the games that don’t involve area teams.

DIVISION 1
Norco 4, Vista Murrieta 0
Corona Santiago 6, Edison 4
DIVISION 2
Chino 2, Lakewood 0
Don Lugo 2, Valley View 1

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Tuesday’s tentative CIF softball semifinal schedule

All the San Bernardino County baseball teams are out: but there are 8 softball teams left
Here is a tentative schedule for Tuesday’s semifinal games involving county teams. We don’t have any site/time changes at this point. But the default time is 3:15 p.m.

DIVISION 2
Lakewood at Chino
Don Lugo at Moreno Valley Valley View
DIVISION 3
Chino Hills at La Puente Bishop Amat
DIVISION 4
La Habra at Kaiser
DIVISION 5
Barstow at Beaumont
DIVISION 6
Citrus Valley at Jurupa Hills
DIVISION 7
Pomona Catholic at Mesa Grande Academy

Aquinas softball’s season ends in 2nd round

It’s not easy when the playoffs roll around and you haven’t been challenged during league play.
Aquinas softball coach Chris Ybarra won’t use that as an excuse after his team, seeded No. 1 in the division, was knocked out of the Division 4 playoffs with a 7-4 loss at home to San Dimas on Tuesday.

“I won’t say anything bad about the other teams in our league,” he said.

Although San Dimas starter Bethie Celaya wasn’t overpowering, she was likely the best pitcher Aquinas had seen in quite a while. Celaya allowed nine hits and four runs, but also had a stretch in which she retired 9 in a row and 11 of 12. Aquinas scored all of its runs in the first and seventh innings, two apiece.

Aquinas won’t have an easy time replacing senior co-captains Danielle Vega, Chelsea Casas, Ybarra admits. But those who said in years past that Aquinas would struggle after losing certain seniors, were wrong.

“We’ve still got seven starters returning,” Ybarra said. “I expect we’ll challenge for the league title again.”