Maddy Wieseler, above, talks after scoring the winning goal in the fifth overtime. I’m surprised she was willing to stand for the interview after that exhausting game. She said she felt confident the Wildcats would win however long it took, but that may have been more a reflection on the team having already won 5 straight league titles before Tuesday than how the game was going.
REV coach Ryan Williams, above talks about beating Yucaipa. He was working the officials hard, especially in overtime, to get exclusions in a game that hardly had any. The game seemed physical, but not to the point where either team had any advantage.
This game had the intensity of a playoff game. No team led by more than two goals until REV’s final winning 10-7 margin.
REV entered the week ranked No. 9 in Division 5, knocking off No. 6 Cajon and No. 4 Yucaipa in the process. So, how high does REV move up?
Coach Ryan Williams thinks No. 4 would be fair. Regardless, with a tough league and two tournaments still to play, REV will have chances to improve on a No. 4 ranking, or lose it again all together. But, come playoff time, whoever comes out of the Citrus Belt League should be battle tested.
By the way, the next time REV and Yucaipa play, it will be Feb. 10 at Crafton Hills College. It will be senior day, so you can expect a big crowd and another intense game in the REV-Yucaipa rivalry.
BOYS BASKETBALL FIRST TEAM
Marquane Harris- 12 Eisenhower – MVP
Darrien Manker- 12 Cajon
Kevin McNeal- 11 Cajon
Terry Clarendon- 12 Eisenhower
Markelle Harris- 11 Eisenhower
Rayshawn Kearney- 12 Eisenhower
Michael Johnson- 11 AB Miller
Philippe Salawa- 12 AB Miller
Bradly Motylewski- 11 Redlands
Elias Chuha- 12 Redlands East Valley
Alexios Ziska- 11 Redlands East Valley
Jaryn Taylor- 12 Yucaipa
Redlands East Valley water polo player Alexis Hollinrake signs her National Letter of Intent with the University of Pacific. She is joined by her mother Tonya (left), grandmother Janine (rear) and sister Haley.
Wednesday’s CIF-SS scores for San Bernardino County and upcoming schedule.
First the scores:
GIRLS BASKETBALL DIVISION 1AA
Etiwanda 79, Huntington Beach Edison 50 DIVISION 1A
Miller 56, Anaheim Canyon 47 DIVISION 2AA
Riverside North 79, Ayala 53
Lynwood 65, Chino 42
Canyon Country Canyon 74, Kaiser 40
Cajon 62, Irvine Beckman 51 DIVISION 2A
Oak Hills at Moreno Valley Valley View, ppd. tonight Quarterfinals DIVISION 5AA
Chatsworth Sierra Canyon 62, Aquinas 19 DIVISION 5A
Mesa Grande 81, Ridgecrest Immanuel Chr. 16
Academy of Academic Excellence 50, CSDR 42
Encino Holy Martyrs at Bloomington Christian DIVISION 6
Hesperia Christian 50, Redlands Adventist 37
Santa Barbara Providence Hall 65, Joshua Springs 49 Continue reading “Wednesday’s San Bernardino County CIF-SS scores, upcoming schedule” »