Week 9 Sun/Bulletin scorelist

Thursday’s Games
Miramonte League
Pomona 54, La Puente 21
Mojave River League
Apple Valley 13, Sultana 12
Mountain Valley League
Rubidoux 45, Moreno Valley 0
San Andreas League
Indian Springs 19, Rialto 12
Sunkist League
Summit 42, Colton 14
Valle Vista League
Covina 45, Rowland 14

Friday’s Games
Ambassador League
Aquinas 76, Western Christian 0
Ontario Christian 21, Arrowhead Christian 14
Riverside Notre Dame 53, Linfield Christian 33
Arrowhead League
Hamilton 13, Upland Christian 12
Baseline League
Chino Hills 38, Los Osos 7
Rancho Cucamonga 44, Damien 24
Upland 48, Etiwanda 13
Citrus Belt League
Carter 49, Eisenhower 21
Redlands 48, Citrus Valley 17
Redlands East Valley 38, Cajon 32
Yucaipa 65, Miller 6
Cross Valley League
Big Bear 47, Excelsior 7
Silver Valley 54, Riverside Prep 26
De Anza League
Twentynine Palms 47, Coachella Valley 30
Yucca Valley 13, Desert Hot Springs 6
Rancho Mirage 52, Desert Mirage 8
Desert Sky League
Barstow 38, Granite Hills 28
Silverado 35, Victor Valley 7
Hacienda League
Diamond Ranch 35, Walnut 7
West Covina 28, Chino 12
Los Altos 21, Charter Oak 7
Miramonte League
Garey 35, Ganesha 0
Mojave River League
Oak Hills 44, Hesperia 6
Ridgecrest Burroughs 27, Serrano 24
Mountain Valley League
Pacific 53, Banning 46
San Bernardino 21, Vista del Lago 20
Mt. Baldy League
Colony 52, Alta Loma 41
Chaffey 32, Montclair 3
Don Lugo 49, Ontario 13
Palomares League
Claremont 55, Diamond Bar 41
Ayala 26, Glendora 21
South Hills 49, Bonita 17
San Andreas League
San Gorgonio 62, Arroyo Valley 16
Jurupa Hills 34, Rim of the World 7
Sunkist League
Grand Terrace 42, Bloomington 0
Kaiser 20, Fontana 19
Valle Vista League
Baldwin Park 28, San Dimas 23
Northview 62, Hacienda Heights Wilson 0
Saturday’s Game
San Joaquin League
• Webb vs. Fairmount Prep at Yorba Linda HS

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Week 9’s scary high school football picks

Another decent week last week, going 23-4 picking winners and now I’m 115-55-1, with 4 margins exactly right and 1 score exactly right.
Here are the Week 9 picks

AMBASSADOR LEAGUE
• Aquinas 69, Western Christian 0
• Ontario Christian 28, Arrowhead Christian 10
BASELINE LEAGUE
• Chino Hills 35, Los Osos 17
• Rancho Cucamonga 31, Damien 20
• Upland 38, Etiwanda 21
CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
• Carter 42, Eisenhower 21
• Redlands 50, Citrus Valley 36
• Redlands East Valley 28, Cajon 22
• Yucaipa 56, Miller 6
CROSS VALLEY LEAGUE
• Big Bear 35, Excelsior 7
• Silver Valley 30, Riverside Prep 10
DE ANZA LEAGUE
• Twentynine Palms 42, Coachella Valley 41
• Yucca Valley 40, Desert Hot Springs 16
DESERT SKY LEAGUE
• Barstow 35, Granite Hills 7
• Silverado 28, Victor Valley 20
MOJAVE RIVER LEAGUE
• Oak Hills 56, Hesperia 6
• Serrano 38, Burroughs 7
MOUNTAIN VALLEY LEAGUE
• Pacific 30, Banning 24
• San Bernardino 15, Vista del Lago 14
MT. BALDY LEAGUE
• Colony 42, Alta Loma 17
• Chaffey 20, Montclair 7
• Don Lugo 42, Ontario 14
SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE
• San Gorgonio 49, Arroyo Valley 0
• Rim of the World 28, Jurupa Hills 26
SUNKIST LEAGUE
• Grand Terrace 49, Bloomington 12
• Kaiser 35, Fontana 13

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Week 8 high school football scores

Week 8 Sun/Bulletin high school football scores

Thursday’s Games
PALOMARES LEAGUE
Glendora 56, Bonita 20
SUNKIST LEAGUE
Summit 56, Bloomington 6
Friday’s Games
AMBASSADOR LEAGUE
Aquinas 54, Arrowhead Christian 20
Linfield Christian 99, Western Christian 0
Ontario Christian 15, Riverside Notre Dame 14
ARROWHEAD LEAGUE
Upland Christian 53, Sherman Indian 6
BASELINE LEAGUE
Damien 49, Los Osos 19
Rancho Cucamonga 52, Etiwanda 10
Chino Hills 14, Upland 11
CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
Cajon 46, Carter 28
Yucaipa 66, Citrus Valley 42
Redlands East Valley 51, Eisenhower 14
Redlands 47, Miller 7
CROSS VALLEY LEAGUE
Big Bear 28, Silver Valley 14
Excelsior at Riverside Prep
DE ANZA LEAGUE
Twentynine Palms 49, Desert Mirage 6
Rancho Mirage 37, Yucca Valley 14
Coachella Valley 43, Desert Hot Springs 6
DESERT SKY LEAGUE
Victor Valley 35, Adelanto 0
Silverado 49, Barstow 35
HACIENDA LEAGUE
Charter Oak 20, Diamond Ranch 6
Los Altos 39, Chino 7
West Covina 54, Walnut 7
MIRAMONTE LEAGUE
Pomona 59, Bassett 27
La Puente 28, Ganesha 6
MOJAVE RIVER LEAGUE
Oak Hills 61, Ridgecrest Burroughs 7
Sultana 34, Hesperia 31 (OT)
Serrano 25, Apple Valley 6
MOUNTAIN VALLEY LEAGUE
Banning 46, San Bernardino 6
Pacific 40, Moreno Valley 6
Rubidoux 48, Vista del Lago 0
MT. BALDY LEAGUE
Colony 69, Ontario 45
Don Lugo 33, Chaffey 6
Alta Loma 48, Montclair 14
PALOMARES LEAGUE
Ayala 38, Claremont 3
South Hills 35, Diamond Bar 21
SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE
Indian Springs 43, Arroyo Valley 24
Jurupa Hills 47, Rialto 12
San Gorgonio 21, Rim of the World 0
SUNKIST LEAGUE
Colton 21, Fontana 14
Grand Terrace 20, Kaiser 14
VALLE VISTA LEAGUE
Northview 49, San Dimas 34
Covina 42, Wilson 17
Rowland 35, Baldwin Park 20
Saturday’s Game
SAN JOAQUIN LEAGUE
• Saddleback Valley Christian at Webb, 1:30 p.m.

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Week 8 picks, love ’em or leave ’em

I had a great week picking last week, going 26-3. The games I missed: Citrus Valley-Carter, Yucca Valley-Coachella Valley, Ontario-Chaffey. For the season I am 192-51-1. I have gotten 4 margins exactly right and 1 score exactly right.

AMBASSADOR LEAGUE
Aquinas 28, Arrowhead Christian 7
Linfield Christian 56, Western Christian 0
Notre Dame 42, Ontario Christian 14
BASELINE LEAGUE
Damien 42, Los Osos 10
Rancho Cucamonga 48, Etiwanda 17
Upland 35, Chino Hills 14
CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
Cajon 35, Carter 20
Yucaipa 56, Citrus Valley 21
REV 49, Eisenhower 7
Redlands 42, Miller 6
CROSS VALLEY LEAGUE
Big Bear 24, Silver Valley 21
Riveride Prep 28, Excelsior 22
DESERT SKY LEAGUE
Victor Valley 48, Adelanto 14
Silverado 28, Barstow 18
MOJAVE RIVER LEAGUE
Oak Hills 42, Burroughs 12
Sultana 21, Hesperia 13
Serrano 35, Apple Valley 17
MOUNTAIN VALLEY LEAGUE
Banning 35, San Bernardino 7
Pacific 28, Moreno Valley 20
MT. BALDY LEAGUE
Colony 41, Ontario 7
Don Lugo 28, Chaffey 6
Alta Loma 30, Montclair 14
SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE
Indian Springs 28, Arroyo Valley 21
Jurupa Hills 35, Rialto 7
San Gorgonio 42, Rim of the World 14
SUNKIST LEAGUE
Fontana 35, Colton 20
Grand Terrace 21, Kaiser 19

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Pacific’s Terry Ryan has near-record performance

Pacific quarterback Terry Ryan had an impressive game on Friday, one that will land him in the CIF-SS record books.

Ryan completed 29 of 41 passes for 589 yards, seven touchdowns and one interception in a 47-0
According to the CIF-SS record book, the 589 yards are the fourth-most all-time and not far from the 613-yard performance set by El Toro’s Connor Manning in 2012. The seven touchdown passes tie for the seventh-most all-time in CIF-SS history. Neither are San Bernardino County records: San Bernardino’s Robert Fuller threw for 604 yards and eight touchdowns against Pacific in 2006.

Ryan could also break into the Top 10 in CIF-SS history with touchdown passes in a season. He has 34 through seven games. Tenth all-time is 46.

Coach Mike Aragon wasn’t surprised with Ryan’s performance despite one of his top targets, Rythum Russworm, has missed the last two games after having his appendix removed.

“We’ve been able to bring in Michael Patterson and Kenny Freeman (to play receiver). They know the offense and they were wide receivers last year,” Aragon said.

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Darren Jones appeal denied

The chances of Darren Jones playing this season are gone.

The sophomore wide receiver who transferred from Upland to Cajon was denied eligibility by the CIF Southern Section. The CIF-SS ruled, per transfer rules, that Jones would not be eligible to compete until July 2017.

Jones appealed to CIF State, but that appeal was denied Tuesday.

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Commitment hasn’t cooled interest in Stephen Carr

Summit High School running back Stephen Carr orally committed to USC more than a year ago.

But that hasn’t stopped other schools from coming to see him.

At Friday’s game against Grand Terrace, Michigan running backs coach Tyrone Wheatley stood on the Summit sideline and Summit coach Nick Matheny confirmed that Wheatley was there to watch Carr.

“He hung out on the sidelines with my dad and cousin,” Matheny said. “He was just another guy. He was awesome.”

Matheny said Wheatley is the second college coach on the SkyHawks’ sideline this year, joining Nebraska assistant coach Reggie Davis.

Matheny doesn’t think that Carr has scheduled any trips, but is encouraging him to take the five official trips as allowed per NCAA rules.

“You’ll never have another chance in life to take a trip to five different schools,” Matheny said. “I think he needs to do that for the experience, to solidify his commitment. But I’m going to support him 110 percent in whatever he does.”

He doesn’t think the recruitment of Carr will develop Summit’s reputation because the school already has one.

“Summit has a reputation for having talent,” Matheny said. “The thing about Summit, most of the guys have good grades. Because guys in the past like Jamaal Williams and Donte Deayon did it before and showed we have good students and leaders.”

There aren’t any seniors other than Carr that would be recruited by Michigan, although there could be juniors or sophomores eventually at that level.

And Matheny didn’t discount the idea that a major-college recruiter could help someone else, such as Notre Dame helped Cade Sparks last year.

Notre Dame offensive coordinator Mike Sanford Jr. was at Summit last year to watch wide receiver Damian Alloway (now at UCLA). He noticed Sparks, who was Summit’s quarterback. Sparks didn’t fit into Notre Dame’s plans, but Sanford recommended Sparks to Indiana State, where Sanford’s father, Mike Sr., is the head coach.

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