Girls volleyball, boys water polo area CIF-SS playoffs update

Chino Hills’ Janessa Thropay spikes against St. Lucy’s last Month

Saturday’s games involving San Bernardino County teams
Girls Volleyball
Quarterfinals
All matches 7 p.m. except where indicated
DIVISION 1A
Chino Hills at Villa Park, 6 p.m.
DIVISION 3AA
Sage Hill at Rim of the World
DIVISION 3A
Hemet at Loma Linda Academy
DIVISION 4AA
Alta Loma at St. Anthony
DIVISION 4A
Katella at Summit
DIVISION 5AA
Buckley at Upland Christian
DIVISION 5A
West Shores at University Prep
Tarbut V’Torah at Lake Arrowhead Christian, Monday 5:30 p.m.
Excelsior at Hesperia Christian
Immanuel Christian at AAE

Boys Water polo
Quarterfinals
DIVISIION 2
Dos Pueblos at Los Osos, noon
DIVISION 5
Riverside Poly vs. Redlands at Citrus Valley HS, 2 p.m.
La Serna at Ayala, 11:45 a.m.
DIVISION 7
Don Lugo at Oxnard, 11 a.m.

Girls volleyball and boys water polo will be playing CIF-SS quarterfinals on Saturday.
In all, 11 girls volleyball teams from San Bernardino County have advanced to the quarterfinals, with five of them in Division 5A.
Seeded county teams remaining include No. 3 Chino Hills in 1A, No. 1 Alta Loma in 4AA, No. 4 Summit in 4A, and No. 4 Lake Arrowhead Christian, No. 3 Excelsior and No. 2 AAE in 5A. Also advancing were Rim of the World (3AA), Loma Linda Academy (3A), Upland Christian (5AA) and University Prep and Hesperia Christian (5A)
Lake Arrowhead Christian is the lone area team not playing Saturday, and instead will play Irvine Tarbut V’Torah on Monday. Teams are vying for a chance to advance to Tuesday’s CIF-SS semifinals.
In water polo, there are four county teams remaining: Los Osos (No. 3 seed in Division 2), No. 4 Redlands and unseeded Ayala (Division 5) and Don Lugo NO. 2 in Division 7).

Aquinas High has three athletes sign National Letters of Intent

Here are videos of Aquinas High athletes after signing their National Letters of Intent on Friday.


Volleyball player Amanda Kirtley, above talks about signing with Cal.


Softball player Zoe Casas, above, talks about signing with Florida State.


Softball player Allie Hotetz, above, talks about signing with Hampton University.

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Loma Linda Academy outlasts San Dimas in Division 3A volleyball

In a result received too late to make our paper or web site, but Loma Linda Academy outlasted San Dimas in 5 sets on Thursday night, 20-25, 25-16, 22-25, 25-21, 15-10.

Madison Field had 18 kills and five aces, Kailee Rohmer had 17 kills and seven aces and hit .393, while Demari Webb added 14 kills for the Roadrunners. Kayla Redfield added 49 assists. Loma Linda Academy hosts third-seeded Hemet on Saturday.