Nominations due for Cajon all-star basketball games

As in previous years, Cajon will host the San Bernardino County vs. Riverside County all-star basketball games. This year the games are on April 8, with the girls game at 6 p.m. and the boys game at 7:30 p.m.

Coaches who have not already nominated seniors for the game should do so immediately. For girls nominees, e-mail Mark.Lehman@sbcusd.com and for boys nominees, email randy.murray@sbcusd.com.

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San Bernardino County CIF-SS Masters Wrestling qualifiers

Here is a list of automatic CIF-SS Masters qualifiers from San Bernardino County, and where they placed at their respective CIF last week. Top 5 automatically advance. Sixth place can advance as an alternate, but that isn’t known until later in the week. These are only the top 5 listed here.
Wrestling is Friday-Saturday at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario

106 lbs
Frankie Lira, Jr., Upland (5)
Alfonso Romo, Jr., Ayala (4)
Jacob Ponce, So., Yucaipa (4)
Noah Padilla, Jr., Victor Valley (3)
Joey Dorsey, Sr., Rim of the World (2)
113
Johnny Vargas, Jr., Montclair (4)
Alex Nunez, Jr., Alta Loma (3)
Belal Akhras, Sr., Bloomington (2)
Alex Hernandez, Sr., Hesperia (1)
Isaiah Ramirez, Fr., Barstow (5)
Robert Ornelas, Jr., San Bernardino (5)
Sunny Luna, Fr., Victor Valley (2)
120
Elijah Diaz, Sr., Montclair (2)
David Ortega, Sr., Victor Valley (1)
Anthony Torrez, Sr., Cajon (3)
Simeon Cooper, Sr., Oak Hills (2)
Adam Valdez, Sr., Barstow (3)
126
Michael Bobeda, Sr., Montclair (5)
Jonathan Palafax, Sr., Carter (5)
Stevie Cardenas, So., Sultana (3)
Aaron Wood, Sr., Oak Hills (1)
Anthony Loera, So., Yucaipa (4)
132
Abe Cervantes, Jr., Los Osos (3)
Antonio Cortina, Sr., Alta Loma (1)
Merrill Ortiz, Sr., Etiwanda (5)
Gabriel Avila, Sr., Victor Valley (2)
Alejandro Raya, Jr., Yucaipa (3)
Jose Rubio, Jr., Barstow (1)
138
Juan Heredia, Sr., Carter (3)
Diego Carrillo, So., Etiwanda (4)
Nathan Barragan, So., Yucaipa (5)
Justin Vargas, Sr., Sultana (2)
145
Cole Pruitt, So., Alta Loma (4)
Brandon Martell, Jr., Oak Hills (3)
152
Jose Chicas, Sr., Montclair (5)
Anthony Becker, Sr., Yucaipa (2)
Angel Flores, Sr., Oak Hills (3)
Abraham Smith, Jr., Rim of the World (2)
Nate Vargas, So., Sultana (1)
160
Anthony Miller, Don Lugo (4)
Ezekiel Barraza, Sr., Rialto (2)
Jamal Starks, Sr., Rancho Cucamonga (4)
Dylan Soltysik, Sr., Ayala (5)
Johnny Lomeli, Sr., Cajon (4)
Tyrone Hitchens, Sr., Redlands East Valley (5)
Joey Griego, Jr., Sultana (2)
170
Shuker Flowers, Jr., Rialto (5)
Anthony Anaya, Ontario (5)
Raven Rodriguez, Sr., Victor Valley (4)
Sean Brown, Jr., Yucaipa (4)
Taharmvir Singh, Sr., Hesperia (3)
Joseph Vaughn, Jr., Oak Hills (2)
182
Stacy Aneke, Colony (4)
Nathan Smith, Jr., Los Osos (5)
Jacob Lopez, Sr., Carter (2)
Josh Loomer, Jr., Cajon (1)
Dylan Turkowski, Jr., Sultana (4)
Luis Melecio, Jr., Bloomington (2)
Arick Lopez, Jr., Yucaipa (3)
Tyrese Shirley, Jr., Grand Terrace (4)
Ryan Brown, Sr., Victor Valley (3)
195
Aiden Anderson, Sr., Etiwanda (5)
Jose Perez, Sr., Indian Springs (2)
Alex Mattison, Sr., San Bernardino (2)
Michael Johnson, Sr., Redlands East Valley (5)
Stephen Salazar, Jr., Bloomington (1)
Austin Fifer, Sr., Victor Valley (2)
220
Chantz Avila, Sr., Ayala (2)
Jose Rivera, Sr., Montlciar (4)
Andrew Mena, Jr., Grand Terrace (5)
Jesse Madrigal, Sr., Oak Hills (1)
Mario Sicairos, So., Hesperia (5)
Jordon Hill, Sr., Victor Valley (3)
Alex Loza, Sr., Bloomington (2)
Austin Gillham, So., Sultana (2)
285
Anthony Vargas, Jr., Grand Terrace (5)
Jonah Nugent-Gomez, Sr., Cajon (4)
Jordan Fanning, Sr., Rim of the World (1)
Jonathan Peterson, Sr., Oak Hills (3)

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Citrus Belt League wrestling results

Citrus Belt League wrestling results

At Yucaipa HS

Top 4 advance to CIF-SS Northern Division at Santa Maria HS

 

106 lbs:

1. Jacob Ponce (Yucaipa)

2. Nicholas Jimenez (Citrus Valley)

3. Jose Perez (Cajon)

4. Corey Johnson (Redlands East Valley)

 

113:

1. Wilmer Ardon (Carter)

2. Marcos Viscoso (Miller)

3. Seth Spargo (Caj)

4. Joseph Chavez (REV)

 

120:

1. Anthony Torrez (Caj)

2. Mark Avila (Car)

3. Jeremiah Cabrera (REV)

4. Genaro Sepulveda (Y)

 

126:

1. Jonathan Palafox (Car)

2. Anthony Loera (Y)

3. Brandon Mendieta (Caj)

4. Jamie Najera (M)

 

132:

1. Alejandro Raya (Y)

2. Kenny Maust (Caj)

3. Miguel Flores (M)

4. Marcos Aguirre (Car)

 

138:

1. Juan Heredia (Car)

2. Nathan Barragan (Y)

3. Robert Castaneda (Caj)

4. Gustavo Ortiz (M)

145:

1. Eric Serrano (Car)

2. Peter Nguyen (Y)

3. Alexis Carrillo (Caj)

4. Sam Pineda (M)

152:

1. Anthony Becker (Y)

2. Salvador Mancia (Caj)

3. Adrian Rios (Car)

4. Rafael Machado (REV)

 

160:

1. Johnny Lomeli (Caj)

2. Tyrone Hitchens (REV)

3. Thomas Rippy (Y)

4. Santos Flores (Car)

 

170:

1. Sean Brown (Y)

2. Steven Ardon (Car)

3. Daniel Saldana (CV)

4. Jeremy Figueroa (M)

 

182:

1. Josh Loomer (Caj)

2. Arick Lopez  (Y)

3. Jacob Lopez (Car)

4. Eddie Vazquez (Redlands)

 

195:

1. Michael Johnson (REV)

2. Keaton Nacsin (Caj)

3. Gabriel Mena (CV)

4. Joe Lanier (Y)

 

220:

1. Joseph Patterson (Caj)

2. Connor Haskell (Y)

3. Eddy Trujillo (M)

4. Celestino Lewis (Car)

 

285:

1. Jonah Nugent-Gomez (CaJ)

2. Jesus Morales (Y)

3. Robert Nunez (Car)

4. Landon Bierman (Redlands)

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Mt. Baldy League Wrestling Finals

Mt. Baldy League Wrestling Finals
At Alta Loma HS
Top 3 in each weight class advance to CIF-SS Southern Division at Marina HS

106:
1. Sebastian Baharona (Alta Loma)
2. Richard Guardiola (Montclair)
3. Gabriel Hernandez (Ontario)

113:
1. Alex Nunez (AL)
2. Johnny Vargas (M)
3. Nicholas Zeng (O)

120:
1. Elijah Diaz (M)
2. Nestor Medrano (Chaffey)
3. Justin Beltran (Don Lugo)

126:
1. Michael Bobeda (M)
2. Alejandro Gallardo (Ch)
3. Jesse Garcia (Colony)

132:
1. Antonio Cortina (AL)
2. Christian Garcia (M)
3. Emilio Soltero (Col)

138:
1. Bryan Cubillo (M)
2. Joseph Vargas (AL)
3. Andrew Manzanero (Col)

145:
1. Cole Pruitt (AL)
2. Joseph Castaneda (DL)
3. Michael Hamlett (Ch)

152:
1. Jose Chicas (M)
2. Nathan Boyer (AL)
3. Josh Jenson (Co)

160:
1. Peyton Riffner (AL)
2. Anthony Miller (DL)
3. Samuel Balandran (Ch)

170:
1. Rafael Madrigal (Col)
2. Anthony Anaya (O)
3. Cruz Ortiz (AL)

182:
1. Stacy Aneke (Col)
2. Isaiah de los Santos (O)
3. Andrew Villela (M)

195:
1. Marcus Martinez (Ch)
2. Juan Velasco (M)
3. Prado (AL)

220
1. Jose Rivera (Montclair).
2. Charles Ryan (DL)
3. Jacob Ramirez (Col)

285:
1. Nick Giannuscio (AL)
2.Tyrique Faatiliga (Col)
3. Diego Sanchez (M)

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Redlands East Valley boys soccer wins fourth consecutive CBL title

Redlands East Valley 2, Yucaipa 0 >> Jonathan Garcia and Alec Hooper each scored a goal for the Wildcats (21-2-1, 12-1) off an assist from Nick Perez. REV
The Citrus Belt League victory over the Thunderbirds results in the fourth consecutive league championship for the Wildcats.
Redlands East Valley will play at 3:15 p.m. Wednesday against Citrus Valley, who is currently second in the league standings.

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Summit QB Cade Sparks chooses Indiana State

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Summit High School senior Cade Sparks has committed to Indiana State, doing so while on his visit there this weekend.

The 6-foot-4 quarterback was the Inland Valley Player of the Year, helping Summit to a 12-1 season that included and undefeated regular season and berth in the CIF Central Division semifinal.

“I couldn’t be happier,” he said. “I have felt like this was going to be the perfect place for me and after coming to visit, I know this is the right decision.”

Indiana State was Sparks’ lone offer. Much of that was because he transferred from tiny Western Christian after his sophomore year and he played behind and established starter as a junior. So he didn’t get a chance to really show his skills until this season.

UC Davis was also interested but it was a ironic twist that result in Indiana State being the school.

Sycamores Head Coach Mike Sanford has a son, also named Mike, who is an assistant coach at Notre Dame and was visiting Summit to recruit wide receiver Damian Alloway. while there he noticed Sparks.

He said he didn’t need a quarterback but he did know a school that did, his dad’s Indiana State team. And the rest is history.

While there weren’t a lot of other options, Sparks is more than happy with what transpired.

“I wouldn’t say it’s a relief, it’s more of a goal accomplished,” he said. “It was tough at times hearing schools say, maybe if we saw you last year. But everything worked out for the best and I am very happy.”

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Summit WR Damian Alloway commits to UCLA

Summit (Fontana, Calif.) WR Damian Alloway announced that he has committed to UCLA.

He decided to join the Bruins over offers such as Notre Dame, Washington and Oregon among others.

Alloway joins 7-on-7 Ground Zero teammates and local area standouts, Lokeni Toailoa and Leni Toailoa from Carter High.

Alloway could have gotten on the San Bernardino Sun All-Area team on offense or defense. On defense, he led Summit High School with six interceptions, which he returned for 105 yards. He also had 28 solo tackles.
On offense, he was nearly unstoppable, catching 55 passes for 1,084 yards and 23 touchdowns while also rushing for 185 yards and two touchdowns. He also scored two more touchdowns on returns.

 

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San Bernardino’s Alex Mattison picks Boise State

Above, Alex Mattison talks in September about getting recruited despite people telling him he should transfer away from San Bernardino HS

I’m glad things are working out for Alex Mattison. He’s a great kid, who works hard and stayed at San Bernardino even thought many people thought he wouldn’t get scholarship offers unless he transferred to another school.
Last weekend, he gave a verbal commitment to go to Boise State to play football. He intends to sign on National Signing Day Feb. 3.
“I really had a good relationship with coach (Lee) Marks,” Mattison said of Boise State’s running back coach who recruited him. “He was there from the beginning talking to me.”
Mattison said he was the only recruit there last weekend and said he got to see a lot of things he might not normally have seen because he got individual attention.
“It’s a big campus, but not too big,” Mattison said. “And the blue turf is cool.”
Mattison, a two-time first-team all-Sun running back, is 6-feet, 200 pounds. As a senior, he rushed 151 times for 2,057 yards and 22 touchdowns in 10 games. He also led the team with 14 receptions, totalling 296 yards and three touchdowns. As a junior, he had 2,436 yards of total offense and 28 touchdowns in 10 games as a junior.
“I think their style suits me,” Mattison said of Boise State. “And I like that a lot of their coaches went to Boise. They’re really committed to the program.”
According to rivals.com, Mattison had scholarship offers from several schools including Arizona State, Washington and Washington State from the Pac-12.

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