San Gorgonio Girls Soccer Tournament Day 2 Results

Day 2 Writeups
Claremont 3, Cathedral City 0 >> Karsyn Jordan had a goal and an assist, Oksana Sosnovsky and Claire Colinco also scored in a San Gorgonio Tournament game. Alexis Garvin made two saves and Ronnie Romero made one for Claremont.
Claremont 2, Oak Hills 0 >> Karsyn Jordan had a goal and an assist, Danielle Lagrave scored and Sydney Fortson made two saves to lead the Wolfpack (11-2-2) into the championship game for the San Gorgonio Tournament.
Oak Hills 2, Redlands East Valley 1 >> Danika Bowman scored the only goal for the Wildcats in the San Gorgonio Tournament loss to the Bulldogs. Both teams will continue play in the tournament tomorrow.
Redlands East Valley 2, Cathedral City 0 >> Sierra Felt-Morales scored both goals for the Wildcats in the San Gorgonio Tournament victory over the Lions.
San Gorgonio 2, Jurupa Valley 1 >> Leslie Spratley scored two goals for the Spartans in the San Gorgonio Tournament victory over the Jaguars. Jacqueline Garcia and Phoebe Amaro were credited with assists while goalkeeper Cristen Pedroza had three saves for the Spartans.
San Gorgonio 1 (6), Redlands 1 (5) >> Phoebe Amaro scored the lone goal during regulation for the Spartans off an assist from Adamari Torres in the San Gorgonio Tournament victory over the Terriers. Goalkeeper Cristen Pedroza had 10 saves against the Terriers. San G will play at 1 p.m. today against Apple Valley in the consolation bracket championship game.

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San Gorgonio Boys Soccer Tournament Day 2 Results

Day 2 Write ups
Claremont 2, San Gorgonio 0 >> The Spartans (7-3-2) were shutout by the Wolfpack (7-3-1) in the semifinals of the San Gorgonio Tournament.
Patriot 1, Redlands 0 >> Goalkeeper Quentin Gray had three saves in the first half for the Terriers in the San Gorgonio Tournament loss against the Warriors. Grant Ganther had two saves as the Terriers’ goalkeeper in the second half.
Redlands 1 (5), Arroyo Valley 1 (4) >> Adrian Rominu scored the lone goal for the Terriers (3-8-2) in regulation. The Terriers advanced after penalty kicks against the Hawks. Redlands will play at 9 a.m. today against an opponent yet to be determined in tournament play.
San Gorgonio 2, Colony 0 >> Victor Valadez and Abraham Martinez scored a goal for the Spartans in the victory over the Titans (4-0-1) in the quarterfinals of the San Gorgonio Tournament. Goalkeeper Sergio Lopez had four saves in the win.
Schedule for Finals:

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Day 1 results for the San Gorgonio Boys Soccer Tournament

San Gorgonio Boys Soccer Tournament Day 1 Results
Rancho Mirage 3, Redlands East Valley 2 >> Nick Perez scored both goals for the Wildcats in the San Gorgonio Tournament loss to the Rattlers. Jonathan Garcia contributed with an assist for the Wildcats. It was the first loss of the season for REV.
Redlands East Valley 6, Hemet 1 >> Alec Hooper scored three goals and had an assist for the Wildcats (8-1-1) in the San Gorgonio Tournament victory over the Bulldogs. Jonathan Garcia scored one goal and had two assists in the victory while Nick Perez and Tony Sidor each scored a goal. Redlands East Valley will continue play in the San Gorgonio Tournament on Monday against an opponent yet to be determined.
Redlands 2, Indio 0 >> Max Berrospe scored two goals for the Terriers (3-7-1) in the San Gorgonio Tournament victory over the Rajahs. Goalkeeper Grant Ganther had four saves in the first half for the Terriers while Quentin Gray had two in the second half. Redlands will play at 9:50 a.m. Monday against Patriot High in Tournament play.
Sultana 2, Redlands 0 >> Goalkeeper Quentin Gray had six saves in the first half for the Terriers in the San Gorgonio Tournament loss to the Sultans. Goalkeeper Grant Ganther had one save for the Terriers in the second half.
Day 1 Scoreboard:

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Day 1 results for the San Gorgonio Winter Classic girls soccer tournament

San Gorgonio Winter Classic Day 1 Girl Soccer Results

Alta Loma 8, Pacific 0 >> Brooke Kortekaas and Moriah Collins each scored three goals for the Braves in the San Gorgonio Tournament shutout win over the Pirates. Ashlyn Farino and Allison Brossard also added goals for the Braves.Both teams will return to tournament play on Monday.
Alta Loma 2, San Gorgonio 1 >> Allison Brossard and Kastel Heinold each scored a goal for the Braves in the victory over the Spartans. Jacqueline Garcia scored the lone goal for the Spartans in the San Gorgonio Tournament loss. Goalkeeper Cristen Pedroza had eight saves for the Spartans. Both teams will return to tournament play on Monday.
Claremont 5, Apple Valley 0 >> The Wolfpack (9-2-2) had five different players score a goal in the San Gorgonio Tournament victory over the Sun Devils in pool play. Claremont will play on Monday against an opponent yet to be determined in the San Gorgonio Tournament.
Claremont 1, Rim of the World 0 >> Claire Colinco scored for the Wolfpack in the San Gorgonio Tournament victory over the Scots.
Redlands East Valley 3, Beaumont 1 >> Karley Weeks had three goals for the Wildcats in the San Gorgonio Tournament victory against the Cougars. Goalkeeper Marina Medeiros had four saves for the Wildcats.
Redlands East Valley 3, Patriot 0 >> Karley Weeks scored two goals for the Wildcats (3-3-2) while Kessy Uribes added one in the San Gorgonio Tournament victory over the Warriors. Goalkeeper Marina Medeiros had four saves against the Warriors in the shutout. REV will play at 11:10 a.m. Monday against Oak Hills.
San Gorgonio 4, Pacific 0 >> Leslie Spratley scored three goals for the Spartans in the San Gorgonio Tournament victory over the Pirates. Phoebe Amaro scored a goal while goalkeeper Cristen Pedroza had four saves. The Pirates had seven saves in the game. Both teams return to tournament play on Monday.

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Ron Gueringer coaches San Gorgonio with a heavy heart

San Gorgonio football coach Ron Gueringer had more on his mind this week than his team’s San Andreas League first-place showdown with Jurupa Hills.
Gueringer’s mother, Ann Gueringer, 79, died on Tuesday from cancer, Gueringer said.
He missed practice Tuesday and Wednesday but returned to the team and was coaching on Friday when his team defeated Jurupa Hills, 41-20 to clinch at least a share of the league title.
“I want to thank (assistants) John Botello and Eric Rodriguez and all my assistant coaches for holding it together,” Gueringer said.

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Roundup: Arroyo Valley volleyball shutout San Gorgonio

Volleyball
ARROYO VALLEY 3, SAN GORGONIO 0 >> Leiana Kanoho had eight kills for the Spartans (3-8, 0-3) in the San Andreas League loss to the Hawks, 25-23, 25-20, 25-21.

Tatiana Russell contributed with seven kills, four aces and three blocks for the Spartans.

San Gorgonio will play at 5:45 p.m. Tuesday against Jurupa Hills.

RUBIDOUX 3, PACIFIC 0 >> Marie Rosales had five kills and three blocks for the Pirates in the Mountain Valley League loss to the Falcons, 25-11, 25-22, 25-22.

Tennis
AQUINAS 15, WOODCREST CHRISTIAN 3 >> Natascha Pirkovic and Caroline Brown swept their respective opponents in singles play for the Falcons (10-2, 6-1).

The doubles team of Sabrina Kinnally and Franz Geronimo also recorded a sweep for the Falcons in the Ambassador League victory.

RUBIDOUX 3, PACIFIC 0 >> Marie Rosales had five kills and three blocks for the Pirates in the Mountain Valley League loss to the Falcons, 25-11, 25-22, 25-22.

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Roundup: Rialto volleyball shut out San Gorgonio

Volleyball
RIALTO 3, SAN GORGONIO 0 >> Tatiana Russell had 10 kills for the Spartans (3-6, 0-1) in the loss to the Knights, 25-17, 25-16, 25-16. Evelyn Soto contributed to the Spartans with eight assists while Cynthia Acosta had 10 digs. San Gorgonio will play at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday against Rim of the World.
Ontario Christian 3, Loma Linda Academy 2 >> Madison Field had 20 hills and four digs for the Roadrunners in the Ambassador League loss to the Knights.
Tennis
AQUINAS 9 (80), LINFIELD CHRISTIAN 9 (72) >> Caroline Brown and Natascha Pirkovic each recorded sweeps in singles play for the Falcons (9-1, 5-0) in Ambassador League play over the Lions.

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VIDEO: Azusa Pacific scrimmages at San Gorgonio

I talked to some San Gorgonio players (I didn’t do video because music was playing) who watched Azusa Pacific’s scrimmage held at San G. and they were very impressed, as you can read in my story about the scrimmage.

Think about it. NCAA Division II football in Southern California wouldn’t exist if it weren’t for APU. The next closest Div. II school in California is Humboldt State, which if you know where that is, isn’t that close at all.

This is the 3rd straight year scrimmaging in the Inland Empire and coach Victor Santa Cruz thinks it really helps in recruiting.

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San Gorgonio High hosting Azusa Pacific football next week

Interested in what NCAA Division II football is about but you don’t want to leave San Bernardino County?
Then San Gorgonio is the place to be, Aug. 20 at 6 p.m.

San Gorgonio logoThe Spartans’ stadium will be the site of an Azusa Pacific University football scrimmage at that time. Yes, UCLA football has been practicing in San Bernardino, but playing for the Bruins is not a attainable reality for 99 percent of high school football players.
Division II Azusa Pacific, however, is more attainable. Coach Ron Gueringer sees many advantages to the event. APU was looking to showcase their football team outside of their home in Azusa, and Gueringer not only wants people to see the school’s quality athletic facilities, but also show them another option for college.
“We’ve had a good relationship with those guys for a few years and they were looking for a place to go,” Gueringer said. “It’s a great opportunity for our kids to see college football.”

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