In the latest development of the Tyler Shreve situation, sources are reporting that Shreve will be charged with misdemeanor battery for an attack on Redlands East Valley baseball coach James Cordes last Wednesday after getting kicked off from the team.
Shreve, who has signed a letter of intent to play football and baseball at the University of Utah, allegedly attacked Cordes after being removed from the Wildcat baseball team for undisclosed reasons. Shreve was arrested by sheriff’s deputies after the incident and has since been expelled from REV.
Shreve’s arraignment will take place on May 16. Utah is currently evaluating this situation to see whether it wants to keep Shreve on scholarship.
Division V is where its at in girls water polo, with Los Osos taking the No. 1 seed and Redlands East Valley grabbing the No. 3 seed. Wild card games will be played Tuesday, with the first round starting Wednesday.
Torrance at Alta Loma
Fontana at No. 1 Los Osos
La Habra at El Segundo
Beaumont at Redlands
Wild card winner at No. 4 Sunny Hills
La Sierra at No. 3 Redlands East Valley
Beverly Hills at Troy
Santa Monica at Upland
Buena Park at No. 2 Riverside Arlington
Lost in the hubbub last night was the fact that Redlands East Valley defensive end Andrew Hudson committed to the University of Washington Friday afternoon. Hudson, a three-star recruit by Rivals.com and Scout.com, chose the Huskies over a final three that included Arizona and Oregon State.
“I’m just happy to have this over,” Hudson said after REV’s 28-20 win over Miller last night. “I know where I’m going to college and it’s a great feeling.”
Hudson joins a virtual army of REV players that have made the trip up to Seattle, as he joins sophomore quarterback Ronnie Fouch, sophomore defensive back Marquis Persley and redshirt freshman running back Chris Polk on the Huskies. I’m at the Rose Bowl right now to work on a story on Polk and Fouch (Persley didn’t make the trip) so this adds another possible angle.
Redlands East Valley quarterback Tyler Shreve verbally committed to Colorado State earlier this week according to REV coach Kurt Bruich.
Shreve’s commitment came after an official visit to Colorado State this weekend, as Bruich said Shreve enjoyed his experience in Fort Collins, Colo.
“Tyler had a great time up there,” Bruich said. “He really liked the campus and they sold him on having an opportunity to play early. Colorado State seems like its up and coming.”
REV defensive end Andrew Hudson’s recruitment also seems to be coming into focus, as Bruich indicated that Hudson has narrowed his focus to three schools — Arizona, Washington and Oregon State. Hudson is taking official visits the next three weekends, starting with Arizona, before deciding.
Redlands East Valley defensive end Andrew Hudson, a first-team all-CIF and second-team all-County selection as a junior last season, has picked up an offer from Fresno State according to an article released today by Rivals.com. That article can be accessed here, with a Rivals. subscription likely being needed.
Hudson, who will be competing at 215 pounds at the CIF-SS Southern Division Individual Wrestling Tournament at Temecula Chaparral, had 70 tackles, nine sacks and a fumble recovery for the Wildcats last season. Along with the Fresno State offer, the 6-foot-3, 215-pound Hudson is getting quite a bit of Pac-10 love from schools such as UCLA, USC, Oregon, Oregon State and Washington.
Hudson is one of two potentially elite senior recruits that REV will have next season, joining dual-threat quarterback Tyler Shreve.
The Redlands East Valley volleyball team, fresh off a CIF title victory over Corona del Mar Saturday, was named the No. 1 seed in the Southern California bracket in the Division II state playoffs. The Wildcats (35-1) open with El Cajon Valhalla on Tuesday at 7 p.m. With a win, REV would face the La Canada-Hanford winner on Saturday. The state championship match is scheduled for December 6 at the Bren Center on the campus of UC Irvine.