Yucaipa’s Jared Davila finally makes his season debut

Yucaipa’s Jared Davila, one of the top returning pitchers in the area, finally made his season debut on Tuesday after a lengthy rehabilitation from an elbow injury.
Davila pitched a shutout inning of relief on Tuesday in a win vs. Citrus Valley, allowing one hit and striking out one.
“He’s finally getting in there,” Yucaipa coach Jeff Stout said. “He’s probably 85-90 percent. His velocity is in the low-mid 80s.”
A year ago, Davila went 7-1 with a 0.97 ERA in 12 appearances including 10 starts. Stout said that Davila will be limited to an inning or two out of the bullpen, partially because Yucaipa is deep with pitching.

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Mario Magaña commits to South Dakota for track

 

Photo courtesy of Mario Magaña

Photo courtesy of Mario Magaña

Summit High athlete Mario Magaña stated on Twitter that he has signed his national letter of intent to compete for the University of South Dakota’s track and field program.

“I am going to be doing sprints but I am recruited for the 400-meter event,” Magaña said.

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Bloomington on verge of getting new football coach approved

With delays due to spring break, Bloomington appears on the verge of naming its new head football coach.
The Colton district board agenda for Thursday lists Brian W. Kidd as the selection. The agenda also lists him as a walk-on and a new hire.
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At this time, it is not known whether it is the same Brian Kidd who used to be the head coach at Carter, most recently in 2007.
In addition, the agenda lists that Ryan Smalls will return as Grand Terrace coach for a second season. Smalls was the Titans’ coach last year, but his position was opened up after the season because he is not a teacher at the school.

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Arroyo Valley hosting girls basketball all-star game on Saturday

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Above, is the flyer for Saturday’s all-star girls basketball game at Arroyo Valley Coach Michael Anderson will hold his second Best of the Best Girls All-Star Basketball Game on Saturday at 6 p.m. at Arroyo Valley. It’s a game he started when he was at Rialto.

I hope not all of these players show up, because it will be difficult to get that many players playing time in the game.

The North team will be coached by Bloomington Christian coach Dawnesha Buckner, and the preliminary roster included 20 players from San Bernardino County, including from Bloomington Christian, Arroyo Valley, Jurupa Hills, San Gorgonio, Colony, Grand Terrace, Rancho Cucamonga, San Bernardino, Summit and Carter. The team also has players from Ganesha and Pico Rivera El Rancho on the squad.
The South team is largely from Riverside County, but also includes Chino Hills players.

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High school softball: Sun and CIF-SS rankings

Yucaipa’s Brooke Bolinger, above, pitches against Citrus Valley

THE SUN HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL TOP 10
1. YUCAIPA (16-3)
Last week: 1
Ranked No. 4 in country by Maxpreps.com, 0-2 vs. No. 1 Mission Viejo
2. ETIWANDA (16-4)
Last week: 2
3 of last 4 games decided by 1 run
3. CHINO (9-4)
Last week: 3
24-day break ends this week
4. GRAND TERRACE (10-3)
Last week: 5
Off to 5-0 start in league
5. CHINO HILLS (13-5)
Last week: 6
Plays first Baseline League games this week
6. CITRUS VALLEY (11-4)
Last week: 7
Outscored first 3 opponents at Santiago Spring Fling, 14-0
7. LOS OSOS (12-8)
Last week: 4
Outscored 20-3 by very good Norco team in doubleheader
8. UPLAND (14-1)
Last week: 9
Schedule gets much tougher with opening of league play
9. CAJON (10-4)
Last week: 8
Routed twice by Yucaipa
10. AQUINAS (12-2)
Last week: NR
Plays fellow league undefeated Riverside Woodcrest Christian Thursday
Dropped out: No. 10 Apple Valley (8-6)
Under consideration: Montclair (12-3), Rancho Cucamonga (14-4).

For CIF-SS rankings, click below

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High School Baseball: Sun and CIF-SS rankings

San Gorgonio’s Hazahel Quijada

The Sun’s High School Baseball Top 10
(Does not include results from this week)
1. UPLAND (12-3)
Last week: 3
Shut out 3 of last 4 opponents
2. CAJON (14-2)
Last week: 2
Nearly swept Yucaipa
3. AYALA (10-7)
Last week: 1
Rough week at National Classic
4. ETIWANDA (11-3)
Last week: 4
Had string of 3 straight 1-run wins snapped by loss to Upland
5. YUCAIPA (9-7)
Last week: 6
Rallied to split with Cajon
6. CHINO HILLS (9-6)
Last week: 5
Scored 27 runs while going 1-1 last week
7. SAN GORGONIO (13-3)
Last week: NR
Won 8 straight overall since lone league loss
8. RANCHO CUCAMONGA (12-5)
Last week: 7
Off to 2-3 start in league
9. DON LUGO (9-5)
Last week: 8
Scored 1 run apiece in 2 losses last week
10. REDLANDS EAST VALLEY (9-7)
Last week: 9
Schedule should be tougher after this week
Dropped out: No. 10 Carter (11-6).
Under consideration: Carter (11-6), Oak Hills (11-5).

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All-Star rosters announced for Inland Valley Classic

Redlands East Valley’s Chris Harper is scheduled to play for the blue team

Miller High School will be the site of the Inland Valley All-Star Classic basketball games on Sunday, girls starting at 4 p.m. and boys to follow.

Here are the final rosters:

Boost Blue Boys
Coach: Bill Berich, Redlands East Valley

A.J. Bigornia, Glendora
Caleb DeFabiis, Colony
Dillon Estrada, Montclair
Dashawn Faison, Miller
Tymoryae Glover, San Bernardino
Chris Harper, Redlands East Valley
Tamer Jabsheh, Rancho Cucamonga
Kaimani Maxwell, Alta Loma
Kevin McNeal, Cajon
Omar Nasri, San Dimas
Henry Norman, Kaiser
Robert Rosas, Jurupa Hills
Amier Thomas, Charter Oak
Alex Ziska, Redlands East Valley

Boost White Boys
Coach: Robbie Von Pertz, Upland Christian

Francisco Alvarez, Los Osos
Basleal Ayinalem, Silverado
Tyus Dennis, Ontario Christian
Malik Fitts, Damien
Alban Fletcher, Pomona
Kyle Gray, Bonita
L.J. Harrie, Sultana
Jared Hayes, Hesperia Christian
Cole Henson, Yucaipa
James Meza, Upland Christian
Jared Nyivih, Chino Hills
Arjun Solanki, Summit
Andy Torices, Damien
Nathan Zuvia, Grand Terrace

Boost Blue Girls
Coach: Bethel Trice, Jurupa Hills

Marleigh Brown, Chino Hills
Ky Fantroy, Indian Springs
Britney Gonzalez, Jurupa Hills
Leah Harrison, Los Osos
Tennia Hill, Silverado
Cora Ianniciello, Big Bear
Skyler Lewis, Grand Terrace
Tecumseh Madison, Banning
Miranda Nicks, Redlands East Valley
Jackie Ricketson, Ayala
Samantha Velasquez, Rancho Cucamonga
Olivia Watkins, Upland
Kiana Wright, Diamond Ranch

Boost White Girls
Coach: Kelly Hennessy, Oak Hills

Joyclyn Arrington, Montclair
Emily Ayala, Chino Hills
Jaci Bowman, Carter
Delilah Cerda, Eisenhower
Odaly Chavarria, Rialto
Alisa Davis, Los Osos
Allyah George, Eisenhower
Marissa Granados, Beaumont
Breanna Marquez, Ganesha
Jannon Otto, Oak Hills
Elyanna Rios, Chaffey
Tanika Stephenson, Miller
Irie Stokes, Upland

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Caleb Webb breaks Ryan Hall’s Big Bear High School record


Big Bear’s Caleb Webb

Big Bear’s Caleb Webb, the Sun’s Cross Country runner of the year, has erased one of Big Bear’s legendary runners from the record books. Webb ran the 3200 meters in the invitational race at the Arcadia Invitational on Saturday and ran a time of 8:52.17, incredibly not good enough to win. It only placed him third, but only .27 of a second behind the winner. He was the top Californian in the race and in broke the school record in that race, held by legendary Ryan Hall. Hall’s best time was 8:55.

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Redlands East Valley football received CIF State Championship Rings

Photo courtesy of Skip Hill

Photo courtesy of Skip Hill

The members of the 2014 CIF State Championship football team at Redlands East Valley High School received it’s rings this weekend.

REV defeated Concord Clayton Valley Charter, 34-33, in the CIF State Bowl Game on Dec. 20 in the StubHub Center.

It was the first state football championship for the Wildcats.

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Ontario boys soccer coach Vince Mangione steps down

After serving as an integral part of the Ontario High School soccer program for the last seven years, Vince Mangione has decided to take some time away.

But he’s thinks he’s leaving the program in good hands.

“I just needed to take some time for me,” he said. “They’ll still be successful. Nothing has to change.”

Mangione had served as head of the program with most of that time spent as the direct head of he varsity team. This season he had more direct dealings with a young junior varsity squad and left Michael McCarson and Moses Venegas deal directly with the varsity.

Mangione also enlisted the help of Harry Cruz this season.
The position has to officially be flown but Mangione expects those coaches to remain in their capacity.

He plans to still pitch in but it will be on an informal basis as time permits. He also teaches history at the school and will stay in that capacity.

The boys soccer program has become that school’s flagship program. Mangione helped lead the Jaguars to a CIF title in the 2012-2013 season.

His record as head varsity coach was 77-21-23 with an overall mark of 104-25-26. The Jaguars were 23-8 the year they won a championship.

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