Former San Bernardino High coach Dick Adair dies

   Dick Adair, a San Bernardino High graduate from 1942 who later taught and coached (primarily basketball, but also golf and track) at the school for 33 years, died at the age of 91 last week.
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Adair was also a World War II veteran after enlisting.
After World War II, he returned to Southern California, where he played football and basketball at San Diego State. He was also an avid golfer. He ans his wife of 67 years, Louise, have been members of the Arrowhead Country Club.
For the full obituary from Bobbitt Chapel, click here.

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Mountain Valley League: all-league boys basketbal 2014-15


San Bernardino’s Tymoryae Glover dribbles against Moreno Valley

All-Mountain Valley League boys basketball 2014-15
MVP:
Tymoryae Glover, Sr., San Bernardino
Coach of the year: Darin Graham, San Bernardino
First Team
Robert Taylor, Sr., Moreno Valley
David Anderson, Jr., Moreno Valley
Dellvin Smith, Sr., Vista Del Lago
Anthony Ford, Sr., Pacific
Bren-Denn Walton, Jr., Banning
Aaron James, Sr., San Bernardino
Jaywone Draper, Sr., San Bernardino
Deion Lee, Sr., San Bernardino
Izaak Lucero, So., Rubidoux
Tyrese Collins, So., Pacific
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Mountain Valley League: all-league girls basketball 2014-15

All-Mountain Valley League girls basketball 2014-15
MVP:
Summer Mack, Jr., Moreno Valley
Coaches of the year: Justin Remington, Moreno Valley and Gene Fortenberry, Vista Del Lago

First Team
Kiara Singer, Jr., Moreno Valley
Kaliyah Jones, Fr., Moreno Valley
Ajahnae Gamble, Sr., Moreno Valley
Skylar Fortenberry, Jr., Vista Del Lago
Thalia Carballosa, Jr., Vista Del Lago
Jalesha Love, Sr., Pacific
Maranda Jimenez, So., Rubidoux
Tecumsah Madison, Sr., Banning
Alani Oneal-Williams, Sr., San Bernardino
Aoloni Robinson, Jr., San Bernardino

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Mountain Valley League: all-league boys soccer 2014-15

All-Mountain Valley League boys soccer 2014-15
MVP offense:
Eric Castellon, Sr., Vista Del Lago
MVP defense: Ivan Joya, Sr., Moreno Valley
MVP goalkeeper: Ronaldo Sevilla, Jr., Vista Del Lago
Coach of the Year: Alberto Mendoza, Vista Del Lago

First Team
Brandon Setag, Jr., Vista Del Lago
Juan Garcia, So., Vista Del Lago
Cervando Bahena, Fr., Vista Del Lago
Jose Belman, Sr., Vista Del Lago
Luis Hernandez, So., Moreno Valley
Isaiah Duran, Sr., Moreno Valley
Cesar Becerra, Jr., Moreno Valley
Fidel Romo, Jr., Banning
Omar Banda, Sr., Banning
Alex Chuy, Sr., Banning
Edgar Flores, Sr., Rubidoux
Alex Zaragoza, Sr., Rubidoux
Jose Politron, Sr., San Bernardino
Javin Singer, Sr., Pacific
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Mountain Valley League: all-league girls soccer 2014-15

All-Mountain Valley League girls soccer 2014-15
MVP offense:
Jackie Alvin, Sr., Rubidoux
MVP defense: Jacqueline Segura, Sr., San Bernardino
MVP goalkeeper: Karla Ramirez, Jr., Pacific
Coach of the year: Pedro Medina, Vista Del Lago

First Team
Leslie Cabral, Jr., Moreno Valley
Brenda Pateyro, Jr., Moreno Valley
Audrey Salas, Sr., Moreno Valley
Vanessa Romero, Jr., Moreno Valley
Audrey Gamboa, Sr., Moreno Valley
Marian Fuentes, So., Moreno Valley
Edith Morales, Sr., San Bernardino
Vanessa Casillas, Sr., Banning
Marissa Cortez, So., Vista Del Lago
Claudia Orozco, Sr., Vista Del Lago
Jocelyn Ruiz, Jr., Vista Del Lago
Kelly Sassaman, Jr., Rubidoux
Estrellita Sandoval, So., Rubidoux
Sonia Enriquez, Sr., Rubidoux
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Mountain Valley League: all-league wrestling 2014-15

All-Mountain Valley League wrestling 2014-15

MVP lower weights: Isania Ferreria, Jr., San Bernardino
MVP upper weights: Jeremy Brooks, Sr., Pacific
Coach of the Year: Mark Clark, San Bernardino

First Team
Anthony Aguirre, So., Moreno Valley
Mike Ornelas, So., San Bernardino
Aldo Barragan, Jr., San Bernardino
Eric Jimenez, Sr., Pacific
Nestor Sosa, Sr., San Bernardino
Monserrat Romero, Sr., Moreno Valley
Isanian Ferreria, Jr., San Bernardino
Edgar Salazar, Sr., Pacific
Kevin Ayala, So., Moreno Valley
Jeremy Brooks, Sr., Pacific
Tristan Todd, Sr., Pacific
Alex Mattison, Jr., San Bernardino
Juan Carlos Alvarez, Jr., Banning
Andre Bishop, Sr., Pacific
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VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS: San Bernardino pulls out a 55-53 win over Moreno Valley

You’ll see in some of the highlights the frenetic pace, and that was how the game was. There were no easy trips up the floor, except in transition. The pace was especially crazy in the fourth quarter, when San Bernardino outscored Moreno Valley 20-15.

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San Bernardino High wrestling continues Mountain Valley League success

San Bernardino’s Isiah Ferrera was named the lower weight MVP of the Mountain Valley League and was one of the Cardinals’ four individual wrestlers to win a league title in their respective weight classes.
San Bernardino CardinalsMikey Ornelas (115 lbs), Aldo Barragan (120 lbs) and Alexander Mattison (195 lbs) were the others to win individual titles for the Cardinals.
The Cardinals coach Mark Clark was also named the league’s coach of the year.
Last week, the Cardinals won its first team league title in over 30 years and competed its first undefeated season in 50 years.
San Bernardino will compete in the CIF Duals on Feb. 7.

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San Bernardino High’s Alex Mattison succeeding at wrestling

Description of . The Sun All-Area football player Alexander Mattison, of San Bernardino High School, in studio at the Daily Bulletin in Ontario, CA, Wednesday, July 16, 2014. (Photo by Jennifer Cappuccio Maher/Inland Valley Daily Bulletin)

One wrestler who had a successful tournament but didn’t win his weight class at Inland Empire TOC was San Bernardino High junior Alex Mattison, the all-Sun running back who is in his first season wrestling.
“I wanted to stay active, but I wanted to do something new,” Mattison said. “I played basketball last year.”
Mattison was seeded second and finished second in the 195-pound weight class on Saturday, a week after winning the Raymond Willemstein Invitational at Ontario High.
Mattison admits he has another reason for wrestling. Adding another sport to his resume, and hopefully one at which he can be successful, gives him a better chance of winning the Ken Hubbs Award as a senior, he reasons. Mattison also runs for the track and field team in the spring.

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