VIDEO/SCORES: Kaiser’s Chris Mathewson finishes off 2-hitter with strikeout; CIF-SS updates

In the above video, Kaiser’s Chris Mathewson strikes out the side in the seventh of a 3-0 victory over Nogales on Friday. Mathewson struck out 10 in the two-hitter.

Here are other San Bernardino County baseball scores on Friday, with an updated upcoming schedule for baseball and softball

BASEBALL
Friday’s results
DIVISION 2
Redlands East Valley 3, Arcadia 1
Yucaipa 1, Crescenta Valley 0 (8 inn.)
Santa Barbara 6, Redlands 3
DIVISION 4
Anaheim Savanna 9, Fontana 1
Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 4, Chino 0
Laguna Beach 5, Victor Valley 4
Pico Rivera El Rancho 3, Don Lugo 2
El Segundo 5, Granite Hills 1
Kaiser 3, La Puente Nogales 0
DIVISION 6
Irvine Crean Lutheran 13, Mesa Grande Academy 0
Irvine Tarbut V’Torah 7, Excelsior 4
Lake Isabella Kern Valley 7, Upland Christian 1
Capistrano Valley Christian 20, Joshua Springs 1
Lebec Frazier Mountain 14, Academy of Academic Excellence 7
Pasadena Poly 6, Bloomington Christian 0
Tuesday’s local schedule
Games 3;15 p.m. except where noted
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Thursday’s San Bernardino County CIF-SS baseball and softball scores

Thursday’s San Bernardino County first-round baseball and softball playoff scores. Divisions 2, 4 and 6 in baseball play Friday.

BASEBALL
Thursday’s Results
FIRST ROUND
DIVISION 3
Peninsula 9, Carter 0
La Quinta 4, San Gorgonio 0
DIVISION 5
Riverside Woodcrest Christian 5, Hesperia 0
Citrus Valley 11, Beaumont 0
Ontario Christian 5, Apple Valley 4 (12 inn.)
Big Bear 6, Jurupa Hills 4
Oak Hills 7, Desert Hot Springs 0
DIVISION 7
Sylmar Concordia 4, University Prep 3
Riverside Prep 26, Pilgrim 1
Temecula Prep 19, Academy of Careers and Exploration 6
SOFTBALL
Thursday’s Results
FIRST ROUND
DIVISION 1

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San Bernardino County first round matchups in baseball and softball

After Tuesday’s wild-card contests, here are the first round matchups involving Sun teams, with the Sun teams in bold

BASEBALL

All games 3:15 p.m. except where noted

THURSDAY”S GAMES

DIVISION 3

Rolling Hills Estates Peninsula at Carter; San Gorgonio at La Quinta.

DIVISION 5

Hesperia at Riverside Woodcrest Christian; Beaumont at Citrus Valley; Apple Valley at Ontario Christian; Jurupa Hills at Big Bear; Desert Hot Springs at Oak Hills.

DIVISION 7

University Prep at Sylmar Concordia; Los Angeles Pilgrim at Riverside Prep; Academy of Careers and Exploration at Temecula Prep.

FRIDAY
DIVISION 2

Arcadia at Redlands East Valley; Yucaipa vs. Crescenta Valley at Stengel Field, 6 p.m.; Burbank Burroughs at Los Osos; Santa Barbara at Redlands.

DIVISION 4

Fontana at Anaheim Savanna; Santa Ana Calvary Chapel at Chino; Victor Valley at Laguna Beach; Pico Rivera El Rancho at Don Lugo; El Segundo at Granite Hills; La Puente Nogales at Kaiser.

DIVISION 6

Mesa Grande Academy at Irvine Crean Lutheran; Tarbut V’Torah vs. Excelsior at Mojave Vista park, 2 p.m.; Kern Valley at Upland Christian; Joshua Springs at Capistrano Valley Christian; Academy of Academic Excellence at Lebec Frazier Mountain; Bloomington Christian at Pasadena Poly, 4 p.m.

SOFTBALL
THURSDAY’S GAMES

DIVISION 1

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Fontana celebrates winning its CIF-SS Division 4 wild card baseball game

Fontana baseball celebrates its first playoff win in at least 10 years.

Here is what we have in terms of San Bernardino County scores from Tuesday’s baseball and softball wild-card games:

BASEBALL
DIVISION 2
Yucaipa 2, Great Oak 0
Claremont 5, Upland 4
DIVISION 3
Downey 7, Rialto 0
DIVISION 4
Fontana 7, Garey 4
California 6, Barstow 1
DIVISION 5
Beaumont 11, Arrowhead Christian 0
Apple Valley 11, San Jacinto 2
DIVISION 6
Cal Lutheran 17, Joshua Springs 10
DIVISION 7
Academy of Careers and Exploration 26, Trona 1

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Redlands East Valley beats Yucaipa on squeeze at County Clash

Redlands East Valley’s Ryan England drives in the winning run on this play, a squeeze bunt with no outs in the bottom of the eighth inning in a 4-3 victory over Yucaipa at the County Clash on Saturday at San Manuel Stadium.

It was one of several key bunts on the day for the first County Clash of the year. But more on that later.

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Redlands will have to forfeit a baseball game

Staff Writer Matt McLeod wrote this that appeared in Saturday’s edition of the Redlands Daily Facts:

According to Redlands High School athletic director Ken Morse, because of CIF-Southern Section rules, Redlands will have to forfeit an upcoming game against Miller because the Terriers unknowingly played one too many games at a tournament earlier in the year.

Daily Bulletin All-Star Game rosters

Here’s the lineup for Wednesday’s game at The Epicenter.

NORTH ROSTER
Catchers
21 Vic Munoz, Claremont
12 Chris Enriquez, Fontana
33 Stephen Medrano, Summit
First Base
38 Matt Fitzgerald, Upland
13 Jacob Villanueva, Upland Christian
Second Base
25 Konner Butler, Upland
8 Kyle Jackson, Claremont
Shortstop
9 Jake Gallaway, Etiwanda
12 Marcos Flores, Alta Loma
Third Base
5 Mathews Silva-Miller, Summit
11 Brett Shewmaker, Rancho Cucamonga
Outfielders
22 Adrian Lopez, Summit
51 Spencer Thornton, Los Osos
10 Griffin Lord, Damien
16 Dorian Granados, Damien
3 James Zamarripa, Rancho Cucamonga
20 Kendall Chambliss, Miller
Pitchers
25 Andrew Vasquez, Los Osos
26 Justin Davis, Etiwanda
19 Gibby Contreras, Rancho Cucamonga
26 Cory Dill, Los Osos
12 Antonio Gonzales, Damien
6 Tylier Campbell, Miller
17 Hector Perez, Rialto
Head coach: Brandon Colbrunn, Fontana High School
Assistants: Louis Sosa, John Enriquez, Chris Sindelar, Reggie Cornish, Fontana; Dennis Duggibns, Summit.

SOUTH ROSTER

Catchers
18 Mark Lindsay, Bonita
12 Keith Cooper, Ayala
5 Eddie Ramirez, Montclair
First Base
22 Cameron Pongs, Chino Hills
20 Jacob Anderson, Chino
24 Matt Jaramillo, Los Osos
Second Base
5 Mark Brun, Colony
21 Juan Marquez, Pomona
Third Base
30 Eduardo Gonzales, Ontario
19 J.J. Franklin, Chino
Shortstop
1 Jared Hovsepion, Diamond Ranch
14 Angel Bojorquez, Chaffey
4 Chance Launier, Don Lugo
Outfielders
33 Clint Hibma, Ontario Christian
6 Nathaniel Acosta, Chino Hills
7 Michael Johnson, Don Lugo
12 Jordan Kloosterman, Ontario Christian
21 Chad Carrasco, Ontario
2 Guadalupe Leon, Garey
Pitchers
21 Kevin Sprague, Chino Hills
13 Kenny Mathews, Diamond Bar
12 Brandon Murfett, Bonita
31 Chance Fuglistahler, Kaiser
12 Andy Perez, Montclair
22 Justin Schnurstein, Don Lugo
13 Alec Cordova, Chino
9 Kevin Lengyel, Diamond Ranch

Head coach: Mike Sweeney, Ontario High School
Assistants: Kevin Crocker, Scott Rivette, Dan Gonzales, Ontario

IE All-Star Game rosters

Here they are for tomorrow’s game at Arrowhead Credit Union Park.

INLAND EMPIRE BASEBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY ALL-STAR

2011 ROSTER

NAME SCHOOL POSITION

1. George Thanopoulus Redlands East Valley Catcher

2. Chris Enriquez Fontana Catcher

3. Jonathan Ruiz Aquinas 1st Base

4. Matt Jaramillo Los Osos 2nd Base

5. Kadyn Glass Redlands Shortstop

6. Joe Romero Colton 3rd Base

7. Kyle Jackson Claremont Xtra Infield

8. Andy Crowley San Gorgonio Outfield/Pitcher

9. James Zamarripa Rancho Cucamonga Outfield

10. Danny Diaz Cajon Outfield

11. Spencer Thorton Los Osos Outfield

12. Sean Egan ACA Xtra Outfield

13. Chance Fuglistahler Kaiser Pitcher

14. Ruben Rios Cajon Pitcher

15. Kevin Davidson Yucaipa Pitcher/Infield

16. Hector Perez Rialto Pitcher

17. Jason Broussard Etiwanda Pitcher

18. Francisco Orejel Bloomington Pitcher

19. Juan Rocha San Gorgonio Pitcher

20. Cole Volkers Alta Loma Pitcher

21. Jake Gallaway Etiwanda Utility

22. Brett Shewmaker Rancho Cucamonga Utility

23. Robert Rivera Arroyo Valley Utility

24. Oscar Munoz Pacific Utility

Coaches

Mike Spinuzzi – Manager – Kaiser

Jon Austin – Asst. Coach – Cajon

James Cordes – Asst. Coach – Redlands East Valley

Estevan Valencia – Asst. Coach – Redlands

INLAND EMPIRE BASEBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION

RIVERSIDE COUNTY ALL-STAR

2011 ROSTER

NAME SCHOOL POSITION

1. Matt Valenzuela Roosevelt Catcher

2. Ryan Miller Tahquitz Catcher

3. Daniel Arellano Centennial 1st Base

4. Nick Bruno Hemet 2nd Base

5. Chris Rabago Riverside Poly Shortstop

6. Hogar Robalino Vista Murrieta 3rd Base

7. Ricardo Rodriguez Canyon Springs Xtra Infield

8. Steven Pena JW North Outfield

9. Devyn Bolansky Vista Del Lago Outfield

10. Kyle Nielson Murrieta Valley Outfield

11. Joe Ortuno Vista Murrieta Outfield

12. Michael Williams Norte Vista Xtra Outfield

13. John Kappmeyer Cathedral City Pitcher

14. Joey Gallardo Hemet Pitcher

15. Andrew Morovick Tahquitz Pitcher

16. Trent Hedlund Vista Del Lago Pitcher

17. Deven Ralston Centennial Pitcher

18. Taylor Rappaport Riverside Poly Pitcher

19. Kyle Davis Great Oak Pitcher

20. Mario Morales JW North Pitcher

21. Sean Lopez 29 Palms Pitcher

22. Evan Perez JW North Utility

23. Blake Bullard Canyon Springs Utility

24. Andrew Bailey Great Oak Utility

Coaches

Steve Madril – Manager – JW North

Justin Solis – Asst. Coach – Norte Vista

Tim Klevano – Asst. Coach – Centennial

Eric Morton – Asst. Coach – Great Oak

All-star baseball games take center stage

The high school baseball season may be over, capped off by Oak Hills’ first team CIF championship in any sport in the school’s history, but local prep baseball fans will get a chance to see some more action this week.

The Inland Empire Coaches Association San Bernardino vs. Riverside All-Star Game comes first, taking place Tuesday at Arrowhead Credit Union Park in San Bernardino at 7 p.m. Tickets are $5 each and can be purchased at the stadium or on Ticketmaster.

The Daily Bulletin All-Star Game, featuring the best of the Inland Valley region, will be played Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Epicenter in Rancho Cucamonga. Tickets to the Bulletin All-Star Game are also $5 and can be purchased at the stadium or at the Bulletin offices at 2041 E. 4th Street in Ontario Monday and Tuesday.