San Bernardino County prep football scores
Redlands 21, Summit 12
Alta Loma 31, Montclair 20
Aquinas 46, San Pedro Mary Star of the Sea 0
Ayala 16, Monrovia 15
Barstow 39, Littlerock 6
Beaumont 37, Citrus Valley 14
Carter 54, Chaffey 0
Chino 42, Pomona 0
Chino Hills 48, Bishop Amat 48, tie
Craig Lee won’t arrive at UCLA until next season, but the Redlands High School running back has already faced plenty of college-caliber talent this year.
Thursday night the Terriers took on a defending CIF champion Summit defense with eight returning starters that included multiple Division I prospects, but Lee couldn’t be contained for the second consecutive week as he churned out 148 rushing yards and two touchdowns in a 21-12 victory at Miller High School.
After Lee was held to 80 yards on 20 carries in a season-opening blowout loss to the CIF-SS Inland Division’s No. 2 team last week, Redlands bounced back by pulling away from the defending Eastern Division champions in the second half thanks in large part to its UCLA-committed running back and a stout defensive effort. Rancho Cucamonga, which features at least four defensive players with multiple scholarship offers, handed Redlands a 40-17 loss last week but Terriers coach Jim Walker knew his team gave the Cougars plenty of assists.
John Valenzuela/Staff Photographer
Redlands running back Craig Lee (above) ran for 148 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries in a 21-12 win over Summit.
Week 1 predictions by Pete Marshall (Saturday predictions in a later post)
Summit 31, Redlands 24
Alta Loma 17, Montclair 14
Aquinas 42, Mary Star 6
Barstow 28, Littlerock 21
Bloomington 34, Ontario 18
Brethren Christian 24, Arrowhead Christian 8
Carter 27, Chaffey 7
Chino 35, Pomona 6
Chino Hills 38, Bishop Amat 34
Citrus Hill 27, Arroyo Valley 13
Citrus Valley 20, Beaumont 13
Colony 27, Corona 17
Eisenhower 26, Rialto 24
Grand Terrace 19, Riverside Notre Dame 14
Granite Hills 20, Hesperia 14
Kaiser 21, Apple Valley 10
Maranatha 30, Don Lugo 20
Miller 27, Etiwanda 20
Monrovia 34, Ayala 28
Moreno Valley 21, Fontana 12
North 31, Colton 14
Highland 24, Yucaipa 21
Oak Hills 22, Knight 16
Ontario Christian 21, El Monte 10
Palm Springs 42, Pacific 7
Redlands East Valley 28, Dominguez 0
Rim of the World 41, Victor Valley 13
San Bernardino 14, Vista Del Lago 13
San Gorgonio 34, Cajon 24
Serrano 35, Silverado 13
Sultana 35, Paloma Valley 31
Twentynine Palms 42, Xavier Prep 9
Yucca Valley 35, Rosamond 6
It will be a big deal Friday night, when Grand Terrace hosts Riverside Notre Dame in the first game ever for Grand Terrace. Game time is 7 p.m. at Grand Terrace High School. It’s being dubbed “Clash of the TItans” since both teams have the Titans nickname.
KTLA is supposed to be out there. A special commemorative coin will be used for the pregame flip. The Sheriff’s Department will have a flyover.
This week, Redlands East Valley’s football Week 4 opponent, Temecula Rancho Christian, cancelled the varsity portion of its football program.
That left the Wildcats scrambling for a replacement. It is fairly unlikely one will be found.
Corona Santiago is another school that lost a game scheduled against Rancho Christian. Santiago is hoping to move its scheduled game against Upland from Week 4 to Week 5 to allow REV and Santiago to play each other Week 4 and make up the game both teams missed. That seems unlikely since the Upland-Santiago game is an Upland home game and Upland needs to agree to it.
Rancho Christian cancelled its varsity schedule after losing its first game 43-6 to Whittier La Serna last Friday. Rancho Christian had only 13 players and four were hurt in the game.
Friday night’s San Bernardino County football scores:
Arroyo Valley 32, Fontana 0
Ayala 46, Diamond Bar 17
Chino Hills 41, Riverside Arlington 20
Desert Hot Springs 26, Aquinas 13
Diamond Ranch 22, Chino 14
Eastside 42, Granite Hills 0
Eisenhower 54, Alta Loma 0
Heritage Christian 26, Arrowhead Chr. 6
Los Osos 46, La Quinta 23
Montclair 40, Ganesha 6
Murrieta Mesa 55, Jurupa Hills 19
Northview 33, Ontario 0
Ontario Christian 31, Bakersfield Chr. 7
Paloma Valley 54, San Bernardino 6
Palmdale Knight 21, Apple Valley 7
Rancho Cucamonga 40, Redlands 17
San Gorgonio 27, Citrus Valley 9
South Hills 33, Colony 28
Silverado 20, Hesperia 14
Serrano 42, Paraclete 20
Summit 38, Etiwanda 6
Temecula Chaparral 42, Cajon 20
Upland 34, Muir 6
Walnut 40, Don Lugo 21
Yucaipa 21, Chaffey 7
Yucca Valley 49, Xavier Prep 20
Here are Pete Marshall’s predictions for Friday’s games involving San Bernardino County teams:
Apple Valley 27, Knight 14
Aquinas 21, Desert Hot Springs 17
Arroyo Valley 20, Fontana 13
I was able to post the full football previews of the Sunkist League and Citrus Belt League in other blog posts, but it doesn’t look like I will be able to post all of the other leagues.
Sunkist and CBL final standings predictions are at the bottom of those previews.
Here are the predictions for some other area leagues:
By Clay Fowler Staff Writer
The resumes in the new Sunkist League include a 2011 CIF championship, a 2010 CIF championship, 11 consecutive league titles and even a mythical national championship.
There is no shortage of winning pedigree, but there are only so many wins to go around now that Colton, Fontana and Grand Terrace have joined Summit, Kaiser and Bloomington this year.
By Pete Marshall Staff Writer
Redlands East Valley High School has won three consecutive Citrus Belt League football titles. Coach Kurt Bruich wants to win a fourth in a row, but he doesn’t want it to be easy.
“It’s exciting (this year), because there’s no easy games,” he said. “You’re going to have to prepare every week in the CBL. In the past, sometimes we’d have to go ones versus ones (in practice) to get some competition.”
The league has a new look in 2012, with Fontana, which hadn’t won more than one league game since 2003, leaving for the Sunkist League.
In its place is a Cajon program that was a perennial league title contender in the San Andreas League. Cajon finished in the top two in league each of the last four seasons.
It should make for a more competitive league from top to bottom.