Wed’s CIF-SS girls basketball, boys soccer, girls water polo scores, Sat’s schedule

Here are Wednesday’s San Bernardino County scores, and Saturday’s schedule

Girls basketball
Wednesday’s quarterfinals, Saturday’s semifinals (7 p.m. except where noted)
Open Division

Etiwanda 66, Gardena Serra 59
Next: Etiwanda at North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake
Division 2AA
Fullerton Rosary 76, Twentynine Palms 75 (OT)
Division 2A
Santa Maria Righetti 67, Carter 60
Division 3AA
Glendora 66, Yucca Valley 28
Division 3A
Los Osos 64, Santa Monica Crossroads 45
Next: Los Osos at Calabasas Viewpoint, 5 p.m.
Division 4A
Ventura Foothill Tech 58, Pacific 31
Pomona 51, Aquinas 32
Division 5AA
Irvine Crean Lutheran 53, University Prep 42
Division 6
San Pedro Rolling Hills Prep 76, Lucerne Valley 11

Girls water polo
Wednesday’s semifinals, Saturday’s finals, at Woollett Aquatics Center, Irvine
Division 6

Alta Loma 7, Downey 6
Redlands East Valley 8, Paso Robles 7
Next: Alta Loma vs. Redlands East Valley, 7 p.m.
Division 7
Diamond Bar 11, Chaffey 3

Boys soccer
Wednesday’s second round, Saturday’s quarterfinals
Division 1

Redlands East Valley 1, Redondo 0
Next: Redlands East Valley at Huntington Beach Edison, 5 p.m.
Division 2
Pico Rivera El Rancho 3, Chino Hills 1
La Quinta 2, Bloomington 0
Division 3
Citrus Valley 1, Diamond Bar 0
Next: Camarillo at Citrus Valley, 5 p.m.
Division 4
Anaheim Western 2, Upland 2 (Western wins on PKs, 4-3)
Colony 2, Carter 1
Next: Saugus at Colony
Division 5
Montclair 5, Perris 0
Chino 2, Santa Monica 0
Indian Springs 7, Lawndale Leuzinger 0
Rialto 1, Diamond Ranch 0
Next: Chino at Montclair, noon
Santa Paula at Indian Springs, 5 p.m.
Rialto vs. Inglewood Animo Leadership at El Camino College, 3 p.m.
Division 6
Brentwood 2, Hesperia 0
Adelanto 2, La Puente 0
Next: Adelanto at Fillmore
Division 7
Covina Northview 1, University Prep 0
Ventura Foothill Tech 2, Pacific 1
Victor Valley 2, Aquinas 1
Riverside Prep 4, Los Angeles Verbum Dei 0
Next: Riverside Prep at Victor Valley, 5 p.m.

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Tuesday/Wednesday San Bernardino County CIF-SS playoff schedule

CIF-SS Tuesday/Wednesday playoff schedule

Boys basketball
Tuesday’s Quarterfinals
Open Division
Chino Hills vs. Long Beach Poly at Cerritos College
Division 1AA
Los Alamitos at Etiwanda
Division 2AA
Colony at Santa Maria St. Joseph
Buena Park at Cajon
Division 3A
Temescal Canyon at Hesperia
Twentynine Palms at Adelanto
San Bernardino at St. Anthony
Division 4A
Mary Star at Pacific
Division 5AA
Burbank Providence at Hesperia Christian
Division 5A
Apple Valley Christian at Canoga Park AGBU

Girls soccer
Tuesday’s Second Round (Time unknown except where noted)
Division 1
JSerra at Los Osos
Corona Santiago at Chino Hills, 5 p.m.
Upland at Hart
Division 2
Sunny Hills vs. Redlands East Valley at Citrus Valley HS 7 p.m.
Division 3
Serrano at Royal
Santa Monica at Oak Hills, 3 p.m.
Division 4
Oxnard Pacifica at Alta Loma, 5 p.m.
Bloomington at Santa Ynez
Division 5
La Sierra at Western Christian at Chaffey HS, 5 p.m.
Viewpoint vs. Summit at Miller HS, 5 p.m.
Santa Paula at Montclair
Gabrielino at Colony
Division 6
Grace Brethren at Riverside Prep, 3 p.m.
Coachella Valely at Ontario, 3 p.m.
Beaumont at Rialto
Webb at AAE
Nuview Bridge at Jurupa Hills
Division 7
Pomona at Pacific
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Citrus Belt League 2015-16 winter all-league teams

Finally posted, all of the Citrus Belt League all-league teams for winter 2015-16

2016 Citrus Belt boys basketball-2

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What’s left in girls water polo

Here is the rundown on what happened in quarterfinal play Saturday and when the winners play next:

Division 2
Saturday’s games

San Clemente 14, Los Osos 3

Division 4
Saturday’s games

Cerritos 7, Ayala 6

Division 5
Saturday’s games

Charter Oak 11, Yucaipa 8
Los Altos 17, Cajon 3
Redlands East Valley 6, Temple City 3

Wednesday semifinals
Redlands East Valley at Los Altos;
Division 7
Saturday’s games

Alta Loma 7, Santa Ana Valley 6
San Dimas 5, La Sierra 3
Foothill 18, Colony 7

Wednesday’s semifinals
At Ocean View HS

Foothill vs. San Dimas, 5 p.m.; Alta Loma vs. Hillcrest, 6:30 p.m.

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Maeda Family Civil War: 2 daughters, 1 dad, 2 schools, 1 game


How’s this for a family photo? It’s the Maeda Family Civil War, so dubbed by San Gorgonio athletic director Matt Maeda, center. His daughter on the left is Kaylee, who is a Redlands East Valley (2011) grad and a girls water polo coach at San Gorgonio. On the right is Melanie, who is a senior at Citrus Valley.

This photo was taken on Thursday, when Melanie’s Citrus Valley’s team beat Matt and Kaylee’s San Gorgonio team, 12-2. Notice the San G had and Citrus Valley shirt for Matt. This is the first time his kids have faced each other. In the past, there have been Maeda Civil Wars, but it was Matt’s San Gorgonio against his kid’s team. His son Kevin ran at Citrus Valley, graduating last year.

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Citrus Belt League water polo, basketball provide 2 improbable finishes in 1 week

I cannot recall a week with two games as crazy as the ones I had this week.
First, there was Redlands East Valley’s 5-4, 5 overtime win over Yucaipa in girls water polo on Tuesday.
Then came Thursday, when Eisenhower girls basketball rallied from 9 points down in the final 9.3 seconds to force overtime, before falling to Cajon, 65-57.

I have never seen a 5 overtime game in water polo, and neither had anyone I talked to at the game. And scoring 9 points in the final 9.3 seconds to force overtime? It just doesn’t happen.

But what makes these games remarkable beyond that is that both games had Citrus Belt League titles at stake at the end of the season. In the first case, REV won the CBL title outright, its sixth straight title with the marathon win. In the latter, Cajon earned a share of the CBL title by knocking off Eisenhower. In each case, none of the four teams had lost to anyone else in league. And they were all ranked in CIF-SS.

Those were two games what show why I love high school sports. In both cases, great fan atmosphere, two closely matched teams and two games in which there was a big mental aspect. in the first case, REV fought through fatigue to finally win. In the second case, Cajon fought through the embarrassment of squandering a big lead and recovered to win in overtime.

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VIDEO: Yucaipa girls water polo coach Kevin Lewis on 5 OT loss

Yucaipa coach Kevin Lewis, reacts to his team losing in the 5th OT to REV on Tuesday, 5-4. For him, it seemed like it was one that got away. Lewis had told me after the teams played the first time, a 10-7 REV win, to come back for the rematch at Crafton Hills College. The game did not disappoint. Lewis seems confident that his young team will break through next year to win league. But he and the Thunderbirds really wanted to make it this year.

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