Fontana (in white) and Summit battle during a game last week.
THE SUN BOYS SOCCER TOP 10 1. CHAFFEY (15-0-5)
The Tigers remain undefeated this season. 2. FONTANA (16-1-1)
Steelers looking to bounce back from loss to Bloomington 3. ONTARIO (9-1-5)
Win over No. 4 Alta Loma, 1-1 tie vs. No. 1 Chaffey in 2OT. 4. ALTA LOMA (17-2-3)
Two ties last week, including scoreless game vs. No. 1 Chaffey. 5. REDLANDS EAST VALLEY (14-2-1)
Wildcats get revenge over Miller in the second CBL meeting. 6. INDIAN SPRINGS (10-1-5)
Coyotes suffered first loss of season against San Gorgonio. 7. GRANITE HILLS (12-2-6)
Cougars sit in first place of the Desert Sky League 8. OAK HILLS (12-1-6)
Bulldogs have not lost a game since early December, to No. 7 Granite Hills. 9. RIALTO (10-3-5)
Knights provided shutouts in their last two San Andreas League games. 10. SUMMIT (10-3-1)
After three Sunkist League wins suffered first loss — No. 2 ranked Fontana.
Others considered: Bloomington, Arroyo Valley, Chino Continue reading →
Here is the roster for the East squad, coached by Colony’s Steve Randall, for Friday’s San Gabriel Valley Hall of Fame Game, at West Covina HS, 7:30 p.m. San Bernardino County players in bold:
Coach: Steve Randall, Colony Zack Sturdivant QB Chino Hills
Christian Lara QB La Mirada
Josh Radecki OL South Hills Josiah Grey OL Rancho Cucamonga
Angelo Lojero OL La Mirada
Albert Gonzales OL Whittier
Travis Miller OL La Serna
Ben Northrup OL Glendora
Abel Martinez OL Claremont Clay Garcelli OL Chino Hills
Jesse Garcia RB South Hills
Angel Verdugo RB Bonita
Pernell Smalley RB Covina
Kenyon Woods WR Pomona Blake Fisher WR Rancho Cucamonga
Mackenzie Sternquist WR Damien Malcom Smith WR Los Osos Keon Stevens WR Etiwanda Caleb Repp TE Los Osos
Noah Evans TE Whittier Christian Michael Neal TE Etiwanda Axl Mendoza K Colony Sarkis Panossian RB/LB Western Christian
Kele Scott DB Pomona
Desmond Bobo DB Pomona James Oxier DB Chaffey
Erick Ware DB San Dimas Ryan Kinnard DB Colony
Julio Reynoso DB Pioneer Preston Carr LB Don Lugo
Jason Ortiz LB Charter Oak
Jacob Underhill LB Charter Oak
Zack Lewallen LB Glendora
Justin Frasier LB Glendora Uepi Kaufusi DL Rancho Cucamonga
Patrick Sanchez DL Damien
Peyrn En Twogood DL Claremont Marcus Lewis DL Chino Daniel Porraz DL Colony
Before talking about Indian Springs’ 1st win of the season last week, I’d like to say that while I don’t root for teams, I hope every high school varsity team gets at least 1 win per season. Just a chance to taste victory. I’m not asking for every team to win exactly half of their games. I just hope that every team gets a chance to savor victory.
When you’re building a program from scratch, there are bound to be some bumps in the road.
The Indian Springs boys basketball team hopes those bumps are in the past.
Indian Springs earned hits first win of he season last Friday with a 66-54 San Andreas League win over San Gorgonio, improving to 1-16 on the season.
“It was tough early on,” coach Jamaal Cannon said. “We had the Bloomington Christian Tournament and we could’ve won two, if not all three games. We couldn’t get any breaks.
“Our two games leading up to (the win), our defense was getting a little bit better. (The win) was a huge relief. We know we can beat teams.”
The 13th annual Southern California Shootout a one-day basketball event is slated for Saturday at Azusa Pacific University. While the event is not in San Bernardino County, and most of the games do not involve San Bernardino County teams, it is a well-run event in a great facility with some good games.
Here’s the full schedule:
9 a.m. – Rowland vs. Flintridge Prep 10:30 a.m. – Walnut vs. Villa Park Noon - Diamond Bar vs. Mission Viejo 1:30 p.m. - Corona Santiago vs. Colony 3 p.m.- Glendora vs. Los Osos 4:30 p.m. – Los Altos vs. ML King 6 p.m. – Etiwanda vs. Gahr 7:30 p.m. – Cantwell Sacred Heard vs. Damien 9 p.m. – La Canada vs. Claremont
While several high school athletes committed to colleges long ago, and others have been courted and are expected to make their decisions in the next week, there are other future college athletes who fall into different categories.
TX Body: One of those is Carter High nose guard Kyon Clark, who originally committed to Montana, but has since de-committed.
Carter coach Alex Pierce said that Clark changed his mind when Montana underwent a coaching chance as former coach Mick Delaney retired.
So, what’s next? Possibly UCLA, where Clark’s brother Kenny, the former Sun Defensive Player of the Year, was a standout sophomore defensive lineman last season.
According to rivals.com, Clark is scheduled to make a visit to UCLA this weekend although Pierce could not confirm that. Although there has been no official offer yet, UCLA is the only possibility out there for him other than Montana. Rivals has Clark listed as a three-star recruit.
“I think people are missing the boat on him,” Pierce said. “He’s been able to move really well with his weight. He’s really flexible. He can put his nose to his knee and he’s stronger than his brother at this age.”
A little more than a month ago, Redlands East Valley’s football team won its Division II state championship.
Now, you don’t have to wait until next football season to buy your championship gear, you can order it now. Apparently, they will be available for pickup on February 13, available in red or black. Also available through the team’s web site are the Citrus Belt League champion gear, which I’m guessing is not quite as hot a seller as the state championship gear.
The latest CIF-SS boys soccer rankings. Yes, Fontana is still not in it. I was told by the Fontana coach last week, that because he doesn’t subscribe to socalsoccer.org, he’s not able to input results, so his resume (at least according to that site) doesn’t look very impressive.
My thought: It seems like a weak excuse. If you look, many of the leagues are missing games.