Cross country finals: San Andreas League, Citrus Belt League results

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Saturday’s Results
CITRUS BELT LEAGUE FINALS
At Yucaipa HS
Team results: Yucaipa 18, Redlands 62, Cajon 76, Redlands East Valley 86, Eisenhower 146
Individual results: 1. Kris Mazich (Y) 16:01.2, 2. Andrew Humphries (Y) 16:05.6, 3. Justin Doyle (C) 16:11.6, 4. Alex Gordon (Y) 16:15.8, 5. Timothy Cruz (Y) 16:18.4, 6. Thomas Durham (Y) 16:19.8, 7. Manuel Madrid (Y) 16:26.7, 8. Xolan Brown (R) 16:28.0, 9. Garrett Dycus (Y) 16:28.6, 10. David Hughes (REV) 16:29.5, 11. Steven Gonzalez (R) 16:33.0, 12. Andrew Wilson (R) 17:02.4, 13. Julian Vera (C) 17:05.7, 14. Eric Lopez (REV) 17:10.7, 15. Gio Guerrero (R) 17:18.2, 16. Brad Rose (R) 17:19.1, 17. Gage Hale (C) 17:21.4, 18. Parker Dusick (REV) 17:29.3, 19. Karl Pyka (REV) 17:35.3, 20. Maurice Terry (E) 17:43.7, 21. Apollo Santos (C) 17:44.8, 22. Kyle Batey (C) 17:46.1, 23. Josh Rodriquez-Irons (C) 17:49.8, 24. Brandon Jacobs (R) 17:51.2, 25. George Lindfelt (REV) 17:59.7, 26. Jesus Soto (C) 18:12.2, 27. Garrett Nichol (REV) 18:18.2, 28. Taylor Davis (REV) 18:36.6, 29. Cody Bailey (R) 18:41.1, 30. Gerardo Rodriguez (E) 18:56.7, 31. Roberto Isiorda (E) 18:58.2, 32. Kosmer Romero (E) 19:04.3, 33. Ismael Hernandez (E) 20:22.1, 34. Ivan Perez (E) 21:04.3, 35. Miguel Vargas (E) 21:25.3.
SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE FINALS
At Pacific HS
Team results: San Gorgonio 29, Pacific 47, Carter 49, San Bernardino 116, Arroyo Valley 136, Rialto 165.
Individual results: 1. Moises Rodriguez (C) 16:33, 2. Robert Blanco (SG) 16:40, 3. Luis Arreola (P) 16:43, 4. Ryan Rittenhouse (SG) 16:58, 5. Pablo Torres (SG) 17:01, 6. Javin Singer (P) 17:07, 7. Gabriel Toscano (C) 17:12, 8. Abraham Rebollar (SG) 17:19, 9. Jesus Hernandez (P) 17:24, 10. Chris Cervantes (SG) 17:27, 11. Giovanni Rivera (SB) 17:29, 12. Hector Ruiz (C) 17:30, 13. Brandon Bernardo (C) 17:37, 14. Erick Jimenez (P) 17:59, 15. Randal Bugarin (P) 18:01, 16. Fernando Bolanos (C) 18:03, 17. Robert Ramos (C) 18:03, 18. Manuel Camps (P) 18:09, 19. Lorenzo Varela (SG) 18:17, 20. Anthony Lopez (SG) 18:22, 21. Ryne Calderilla (AV) 18:32, 22. Jimmy Vasquez (SB) 18:38, 23. Noe Ocequeda (SB) 19:00, 24. Abimelic Vargas (R) 19:01, 25. Jose Banuelos (AV) 19:02, 26. Tim Torres (R) 19:14, 27. Jeff Waldron (AV) 19:14, 28. Jacob Concha (P) 19:20, 29. David Ledesma (SB) 19:22, 30. Manuel Cardoso (AV) 19:23, 31. Alberto Garcia (SB) 19:27, 32. Jorge Mendez (SB) 19:28, 33. Erik Ramirez (AV) 19:32, 34. Juan Rodriguez (AV) 19:34, 35. Curtis Babin (C) 19:52, 36. Sergio Nunez (R) 20:08, 37. Gerardo Diaz (SB) 20:16, 38. Jeff Mejia (AV) 20:32, 39. Andres Cardona (R) 20:58, 40. Octavio Ramirez (R) 22:38.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Saturday’s Results
CITRUS BELT LEAGUE FINALS
At Yucaipa HS
Team results: Yucaipa 17, Redlands 55, Redlands East Valley 86, Cajon 89, Eisenhower 155
Individual results: 1. Tori Dutchover (Y) 17:53.2, 2. Justine Jackson (Y) 18:35.2, 3. Jessica Aguilar (Y) 18:43.7, 4. Samantha Poliakon (C) 18:46.8, 5. Kalin Tomlinson (Y) 18:53.1, 6. Kendai Davis (Y) 18:55.1, 7. Hailee Hettrick (R) 19:00.9, 8. Allison Crowley (R) 19:03.5, 9. Sydney Vollhardt (Y) 19:05.9, 10. Anahi Soriano (Y) 19:13.3, 11. Claire Crowley (R) 19:16.7, 12. Alexandra Evans (REV) 19:23.7, 13. Annie Wilshire (REV) 19:28.9, 14. Justine Jacobs (R) 19:41.3, 15. Abigail Daniels (R) 19:55.0, 16. Kaitlin Quaid (R) 19:58.1, 17. Symone Booker (C) 19:59.1, 18. Lauren Zabaleta (R) 20:11.8, 19. Kalie Hanson-Campa (REV) 20:26.4, 20. Alyssa Hebb (REV) 20:34.9, 21. Angie Huerta (C) 20:47.3, 22. Kylie Guerrero (REV) 21:09.3, 23. Annisa Hale (C) 21:24.8, 24. Katrina Murdoch (C) 21:40.4, 25. Yulissa Mendoza (C) 21:41.5, 26. Hope Caloca-Manuel (C) 21:49.8, 27. Mackenzie Brown (REV) 22:01.0, 28. Zofia Fraczek (REV) 22:46.8, 29. Mysha Ross (E) 24:12.6, 30. Maria Juarez (E) 24:34.9, 31. Julissa Perez (E) 25:47.3, 32. Marisol Romero (E) 28:22.0, 33. Nancy Palmerin (E) 28:23.1, 34. Denise Elizarraras (E) 28:23.5.
SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE FINALS
At Pacific HS
Team results: Pacific 33, San Gorgonio 49, Rialto 79, Carter 84, San Bernardino 122, Arroyo Valley 147
Individual results: 1. Gabby Maldonado (P) 19:24, 2. Elizabeth Palma (P) 19:42, 3. Cynthia Rivera (SG) 20:05, 4. Daniela Palma (P) 20:08, 5. Stephanie Vasquez (R) 20:15, 6. Tiffany Garcia (P) 20:20, 7. Isi Ybarra (SG) 20:30, 8. Sarah Feliz (C) 20:51, 9. Jazmin Pettus (C) 21:15, 10. Ashley Meneses (R) 21:25, 11. Kelli Sanchez (AV) 21:25, 12. Karina Varela (SG) 21:27, 13. Dennise Flores (SG) 21:32, 14. Ariana Rivera (SG) 21:34, 15. Stephanie Sandoval (R) 21:36, 16. Ruth Villarreal (SB) 22:04, 17. Brianda Chavez (SB) 22:07, 18. Melissa Morales (C) 22:10, 19. Vanessa Varela (SG) 22:33, 20. Maria Cazarez (P) 22:39, 21. Yantza Lopez (P) 22:44, 22. Daniella Perez (C) 22:48, 23. Felicia Komiyama (R) 22:49, 24. Danielle Hicks (P) 23:00, 25. Judy Luu (SG) 23:26, 26. Julibeth Guido (R) 23:44, 27. Angie DeLeon (C) 23:53, 28. Crystal Mendez (SB) 24:00, 29. Guadalupe Vargas (SB) 24:03, 30. Gloria Marin (AV) 24:27, 31. Jessica Hernandez (C) 24:56, 32. Andrea Vasquez (SB) 25:17, 33. Karla Pahua (AV) 25:23, 34. Suni Hopkins (SB) 25:30, 35. Kimberly Meza (R) 25:38, 36. Silvia Gomez (AV) 25:51, 37. Jennifer Miguel (AV) 25:53, 38. Leslie Valenzuela (SB) 25:58, 39. Jasmine Figueroa (AV) 26:06, 40. Frances Feliz (C) 26:07.

Week 9 Prep football scores

Week 9 Prep football scores, with comments
AMBASSADOR LEAGUE
Aquinas 34, Calvary Murrieta 14
Ontario Christian 35, Linfield Christian 28 (Close, but OCHS improves to 9-0)
Western Christian 34, Arrowhead Christian 7
BASELINE LEAGUE
Etiwanda 21, Glendora 14
Rancho Cucamonga 24, Los Osos 10
Upland 49, Alta Loma 7
CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
Cajon 24, Miller 0
REV 28, Eisenhower 7
Yucaipa 28, Redlands 24 (Wow! Rivalry game minus Craig Lee = trouble for RHS)
DE ANZA LEAGUE
Big Bear 36, Shadow Hills 25
Yucca Valley 37, Desert Hot Springs 34
Twentynine Palms 42, Desert Mirage 24
DESERT SKY LEAGUE
Barstow 25, Silverado 17 (Barstow can earn share of league title with win over winless Granite Hills next week)
Ridgecrest Burroughs 27, Victor Valley 17
MOJAVE RIVER LEAGUE
Serrano 63, Hesperia 14 (Serrano rolls, remains undefeated)
Oak Hills 48, Sultana 6
MOUNTAIN VALLEY LEAGUE
Banning 24, Citrus Valley 17 (Citrus valley nearly pulls off another upset)
Jurupa Hills 47, Riverside Notre Dame 6
Rim of the World 55, Rubidoux 6 (Win sets up showdown with Banning for league title)
MT. BALDY LEAGUE
Chino 28, Colony 14 (Chino captures league title)
Don Lugo 47, Garey 7
Montclair 30, Ontario 24
SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE
Carter 41, Pacific 0
San Gorgonio 28, Arroyo Valley 13
Rialto 49, San Bernardino 22
SIERRA LEAGUE
South Hills 45, Ayala 27
Chino Hills 56, Damien 14
SUNKIST LEAGUE
Colton 48, Fontana 6 (There is a big gap between the top 3 and the bottom 3 in this league)
Kaiser 42, Grand Terrace 8
Summit 40, Bloomington 0
NONLEAGUE
Apple Valley 60, Granite Hills 0

Week 9 Prep football predictions

Welcome to the new blog site! It looks different, but we at the Los Angeles Newspaper Group are changing blogging systems, so that’s why. It’s still the same Sun prep sports blog.
Anyway, here are Week 9 prep football predictions:
AMBASSADOR LEAGUE
Western Christian 35, Arrowhead Christian 7
Ontario Christian 48, Linfield Christian 14
Aquinas 41, Calvary Murrieta 27
BASELINE LEAGUE
Upland 48, Alta Loma 0
Glendora 27, Etiwanda 17
Rancho Cucamonga 38, Los Osos 10
CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
Cajon 28, Miller 7
Redlands East Valley 24, Eisenhower 21
Redlands 31, Yucaipa 24 (Redlands RB Craig Lee a “game-time decision”)
DE ANZA LEAGUE
Big Bear 28, Shadow Hills 21
Yucca Valley 26, Desert Hot Springs 20
Twentynine Palms 20, Desert Mirage 6
DESERT SKY LEAGUE
Silverado 31, Barstow 21
Ridgecrest Burroughs 27, Victor Valley 14
MOJAVE RIVER LEAGUE
Serrano 48, Hesperia 7
Oak Hills 45, Sultana 14
MOUNTAIN VALLEY LEAGUE
Citrus Valley 35, Banning 32 (Citrus Valley again knocks off a league unbeaten)
Jurupa Hills 42, Riverside Notre Dame 21
Rim of the World 42, Rubidoux 17
MT. BALDY LEAGUE
Chino 40, Colony 37
Don Lugo 48, Garey 20
Montclair 26, Ontario 14
SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE
Carter 62, Pacific 0
San Gorgonio 20, Arroyo Valley 13
Rialto 33, San Bernardino 15
SIERRA LEAGUE
Chino Hills 41, Damien 17
Ayala 27, South Hills 17
SUNKIST LEAGUE
Summit 56, Bloomington 0
Colton 41, Fontana 20
Kaiser 49, Grand Terrace 8

 

Redlands’ Craig Lee OK after leaving game

Redlands coach Jim Walker reported x-rays on the star UCLA-bound running back Craig Lee are negative. His right shoulder only has a deep bruise and is questionable for this week’s game against Yucaipa.
Lee left Friday’s 41-37 Smudge Pot victory over Redlands after falling awkwardly on his arm on a carry with less than five minutes left in the fourth quarter. He did not return to the game.

Week 8 Prep football scores


Here are Friday night’s prep football scores, with some thoughts
AMBASSADOR LEAGUE

Ontario Christian 27, Aquinas 20 (Christian Dirksen scores 21 of the 27 points)
Linfield Christian 55, Arrowhead Christian 0 (forfeiting last week didn’t help ACA)
Western Christian 25, Calvary Murrieta 20
BASELINE LEAGUE
Upland 47, Los Osos 7 (impressive win against a decent Los Osos team)
Etiwanda 32, Alta Loma 6
CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
Redlands 41, Redlands East Valley 37 (first Smudge Pot win since 2006)
Cajon 26, Yucaipa 24 (first-ever CBL win)
Eisenhower 28, Miller 0 (Eisenhower moves closer to playoffs)
DE ANZA LEAGUE
Big Bear 24, Yucca Valley 10 (4-way tie for first in the DAL)
DESERT SKY LEAGUE
Silverado 41, Ridgecrest Burroughs 30 (Silverado in driver’s seat for league title)
Victor Valley 41, Granite Hills 7 (Jackrabbits’ first win)

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Error gave Redlands early lead en route to 41-37 Smudge Pot win

There were many reasons why Redlands downed Redlands East Valley 41-37 to win the Smudge Pot for the first time since 2006 on Friday night.
Redlands ran the ball very well, and Jimmy Walker was impressive throwing the ball. Outside of an interception early in the third quarter, Redlands was able to move the ball whenever it needed to, including running out the clock at the end of the game the final 4:38.
It was a mistake early on though, that put the Terriers on their way.
On the game’s second possession, and REV’s first, REV went back to punt. Punter Jonathon Stafford couldn’t handle the snap. If REV was farther back or if Stafford had fallen on it in the end zone, it would’ve been a safety. As it was, Anthony Aguila picked up the fumbled snap and ran it into the end zone from the 1.
Aguila’s touchdown gave RHS an early 7-0 lead.
Although REV answered right back, Redlands never trailed in the game.

Although I disagreed with it at the time, REV coach Kurt Bruich’s decision to go for 2 (when trailing 28-23) midway through the 3rd quarter did not have an impact on the final outcome.
Final box score did not make the paper, Here it is:
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Thoughts on San Bernardino County prep football trophies?

With the Smudgepot game between Redlands and Redlands East Valley played this week, what other trophies should there be out there for San Bernardino County schools?

Some have said to me that Colton-Grand Terrace should have a trophy. Perhaps something related to the railroad? Others said that any trophy should include Bloomington, the third Colton Joint district school in the Sunkist League. The trophy would go to the district champion for the year.

Another place that could have a trophy, is Rialto. The three city schools: Carter, Rialto and Eisenhower all play each other now, with Carter beating the other two this year. What would be a good one for that?

Week 8 Prep football predictions

Thursday’s Scores
Baseline League

Rancho Cucamonga 45, Glendora 13
De Anza League
Twentynine Palms 23, Desert Hot Springs 10
Mt. Baldy League
Chino 43, Garey 0

Friday’s Week 8 prep football Friday predictions

Ambassador League

Linfield Christian 35, Arrowhead Christian 13
Ontario Christian 41, Aquinas 27
Calvary Murrieta 42, Western Christian 15
Baseline League
Upland 38, Los Osos 21
Etiwanda 28, Alta Loma 20

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Rim of the World vs. Jurupa Hills game postponed

With the threat of fog and/or snow, Friday’s Mountain Valley League football game between Rim of the World and Jurupa HIlls at Rim of the World in Lake Arrowhead was postponed.
Jurupa Hills coach Ed McMillon said the game is rescheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday. They will try and play it at Rim, but if not, the game will be moved to San Gorgonio instead.That decision will be made Saturday morning.