San Gorgonio senior football player Aaron Rogers has signed his National Letter of Intent with Avila University, an NAIA school located in Kansas City, Mo.
TX Body: Rogers, a 5-foot-10, 155 pound defensive back who made 29 total tackles, including four for loss last season, led the team with 11 passes defensed and also recovered a fumble. He is the sixth senior Spartan football player to receive a scholarship offer, coach Ron Gueringer said.
San Manuel Stadium in San Bernardino serves as the host of the County Clash that host a series of games of a span of four weeks. The games below are for the second weekend of the 2015 County Clash series which take place on April 4.
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.
San Gorgonio held its National Signing Day event on Wednesday. The Spartans may have several more signees when all is said and done, but on Wednesday it was 2. One was offensive lineman Julian Rodriguez, who signed with Western New Mexico. The other is defensive back/athlete Nate Meadors, who did not yet officially announce his commitment between UCLA and Notre Dame, but check back for video on that.
San Gorgonio athlete Nate Meadors had a home visit from Notre Dame football coach Brian Kelly.
Christian Nunez scored two goals for the San Gorgonio Spartans (7-6-6 overall, 2-2 league) in the San Andreas League victory, 2-1, over the Indian Springs Coyotes (10-1-5, 1-1-2).
“We are better than our record would show. We just haven’t put it together until today,” said Spartans head coach Adrian Villalobos. “The San Andreas League is tough, anyone can beat anyone on any given day.”
Right when things appeared to be quiet regarding the recruiting process of San Gorgonio athlete Nate Meadors, he has received his 14th scholarship offer in 2014 to play football for the Oregon Ducks.
The offer from the Ducks was received less than a week removed from a visit to Cal, his second official visit of the year.t
The half of Meadors offers are from Pac-12 football programs, including UCLA and Oregon State.
Meadors is set to take a trip to Oregon in Jan. 16, with his final official visit already scheduled with UCLA on Jan. 23.
“It is amazing to be recognized by the No. 2 team in the country,” Meadors said. “It is surreal and I am just thankful for it all.”
Highlights of Riverside Poly’s 38-33 win over San Gorgonio
Nate Meadors talks about the latest in his recruiting.
San Gorgonio’s Nate Meadors, who rushed for 201 yards and a touchdown and passed for 71 yards and four touchdowns, talks about the comeback that fell short in a 38-33 loss to Riverside Poly.