Results from Sunkist League track finals

Sunkist League Track and Field Finals Results
May 6, 2015
at Grand Terrace HS
Results of winner and other CIF-SS Prelims qualifiers
?Not sure if CIF-SS qualifier.
100 M: 1. Damian Alloway (Summit) 10.6,
200: 1. Damian Alloway (S) 21.8, 2. Mario Magana (S) 22.1, 3. Tony Salter (Grand Terrace) 22.2.
400: 1. Mario Magana (S) 49.1, 2. Tony Salter (GT) 50.7, 3. Kevin Marcy (G) 51.4.
800: 1. Angel Parga (Bloomington) 2:02.04.
1600: 1. Marcos Guillen (Fontana) 4:34.6, 2. Alex Mariscal (B) 4:34.9.
3200: 1. Gerardo Vazquez (B) 10:08.4
110 hh: 1. Justin Ford (S) 15.0, 2. Hunter Hale (GT) 15.8.
300 ih: 1. Joshua Richard (GT) 40.2.
400 relay: 1. Summit 42.9, 2. Grand Terrace 43.6.
1600 relay: 1. Grand Terrace 3:28.1, 2. Bloomington 3:32.3?, 3. Fontana 3:33.9?.
Long Jump: 1. Devon Dixon (GT) 22-0, 2. Ronald Draper (S) 21-5 1/2, 3. Drevion Witt (GT) 21-3 1/2.
Triple Jump: 1. Isaiah Jamison (K) 44-5 1/2, 2. Devon Dixon (GT) 42-11, 3. Drevion Witt (GT) 42-5.
High Jump: 1. Devon Dixon (GT) 6-4, 2. Ronald Draper (S) 6-4, 3. Elijah Smith (GT) 6-2.
Discus: 1. Ray Cozart (GT) 137-10.
Shot put: 1. Alejandro Sandoval (S) 47-4, 2. David Delgado (F) 47-1 1/2, 3. Anthony Vargas (GT) 44-7.

100m: 1. Sinclair Watson (Summit) 12.4, 3. Trinque Jonzon (Colton) 12.9?.
200: 1. Sinclair Watson (S) 23.2,
400: 1. Breyani Adebe Holoman (Kaiser) 1:00.9,
800: 1. Michelle Pineda (Fontana) 2:22, 2. Nissa Inunza (Grand Terrace) 2:27,
1600: 1. Jennifer Sandoval (S) 5:07.6.
3200: 1. Jennifer Sandoval (S) 10:56.2.
100 ih: 1. Quena Hornsby (S) 16.5.
300 lh: 1. Limoni Brown (GT) 48.2, 2. Lauren Aguillard (GT) 49.3.
400 relay: 1. Summit 50.1.
1600 relay: 1. Grand Terrace 4:15.4, 2. Fontana 4:18.7?, 3. Kaiser 4:20.9?.
Long jump: 1. Chioma Bush (S) 17-11, 2. Mariah Wells (K) 16-3.
Triple jump: 1. Chioma Bush (S) 35-10 1/2, 2. Limoni Brown (GT) 33-5 1/2.
High Jump: 1. Sinclair Watson (S) 5-2, 2. Tenayah Hawkins (GT) 5-2, 3. Shyanne Thompson (GT) 4-10.
Discus: 1. Savannah Carter (GT) 89-1.
Shot Put: 1. Savannah Carter (GT) 28-9.

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VIDEO: Yucaipa softball downs REV 4-1 on Senior Day

VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS: Yucaipa softball downs Redlands East Valley, 4-1.

VIDEO: Yucaipa senior Brooke Bolinger talks about winning on senior day vs REV.

VIDEO: Yucaipa senior Annie Bakenhus talks about beating REV.
VIDEO: Yucaipa senior Jordan Green talks about winning on senior day to clinch a share of league.
VIDEO: Yucaipa softball coach Dave Kivett talks about the step up in competition and beating REV.
VIDEO: Redlands East Valley coach Debbie Garcia talks about miscues that led to a 4-1 loss to Yucaipa.

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Redlands East Valley’s Matteo Biscotti receives Nevada offer

Redlands East Valley junior linebacker Matteo Biscotti has received his first scholarship offer from the University of Nevada Wolfpack, according to head coach Kurt Bruich.

"The Redlands East Valley football team enters the field during the 18th Smudge Pot football game against Redlands High School on Friday, September 26, 2014 in Redlands, Ca. (Micah Escamilla/Redlands Daily Facts)"

“The Redlands East Valley football team enters the field during the 18th Smudge Pot football game against Redlands High School on Friday, September 26, 2014 in Redlands, Ca. (Micah Escamilla/Redlands Daily Facts)”

Biscotti was named to the San Bernardino Sun All-Area First Team Defense and named as the Citrus Belt League and All-CIF Inland Division Defensive Player of the Year following a season in which the REV Wildcats won the CIF State Championship.

During the 2014-15 season, Biscotti had 181 total tackles, two sacks and an interception for the Wildcats.

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Indian Springs volleyball wins the school’s first league championship

Jonathan Sanchez and the Indian Springs Coyotes boys volleyball caps off its undefeated South Valley League Championship season (15-3, 12-0) with a victory over the Nuview Bridge Academy Knights, 25-18, 25-12, 25-19. Indian Springs

The Coyotes volleyball team clinched the school’s first ever league championship in any sport following the victory over Public Safety Academy and Knights’ loss to the California Military Institute.

“It was a great group of kids,” said Coyotes coach John Arient. “It means a ton to not only this group of guys (to win the league title)  but for the school as a whole.”

Arient stated that this group is unique as several of the players do not play volleyball as their primary or first sport. Several members also play for the school’s soccer and wrestling teams.

Sanchez, who is a wrestler, contributed to the victory with 28 assists for the Coyotes. Manual Cardenas, who also plays soccer, had 12 kills with five aces and two blocks.

The Coyotes, who made it to the CIF playoffs last season will await the CIF announcement for the playoff pairings on May 8th at 9 a.m.

“We played Yucaipa last year in the playoffs,” Arient said. “We think that loss last season has motivated us this season.”

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Citrus Belt League releaguing proposal deserved consideration

Earlier this week, the Citrus Belt Area, held its releaguing vote with few changes.

But there was a radical idea on the table, from the Citrus Belt League. The Citrus Belt League’s proposal, which Miller athletic director John Romagnoli said finished third, would’ve had a 10-team “conference” with an East Division of the three Redlands schools, plus Yucaipa and Riverside Poly, and a West Division of Cajon, Carter, Miller, Eisenhower and Oak Hills.

While the 10 teams involved might not have been ideal, I think the idea deserves consideration. It would almost be like it used to be in the High Desert with Mojave River and Desert Sky Leagues, two leagues that were five teams before Adelanto High opened.

But the MRL-DSL deal only provided for cross-scheduling with teams on their bye weeks. What the CBL proposed (probably not necessary to include in the releaguing vote) would’ve been to have a championship game between the two divisions. The last week of the season the No. 1s from the two divisions would face each other, and so would the No. 2s, and so on.

I think it’s an idea before its time, but I think it’s an intriguing one. It would cut down on the number of league games now in the eight-team league, and cut down travel in league and keep schools with similar demographics playing against each other. They could still schedule the other “division” but wouldn’t be required to except for possibly the bye week.

Why were there few changes? First, there were no new schools to incorporate into the area, which includes schools from Riverside County and San Bernardino County east of the I-15. The only change, according to San Gorgonio athletic director Matt Maeda, was moving Indio Shadow Hills from the De Anza League to the Desert Valley League. They are being replaced in the De Anza League by Thermal Coachella Valley, which is coming from the Desert Valley League.

There had been talk that several schools might look for relief, including Miller, which has struggled in recent years in the Citrus Belt League.

“We talked about it, but we don’t want to just be thrown into another league,” Romagnoli said. “The last time we did this, they talked about putting us in a league with (Moreno Valley) Vista Del Lago.”

Romagnoli said ideally, if Miller would move, it would be to a league where they would have some natural rivals, like the Sunkist League.

But the Sunkist wasn’t looking to expand.

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Kaiser baseball’s 42-game league win streak was impressive

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The end of an epic league win streak was a little easier for Kaiser players to handle because of the current standings.
The Kaiser baseball team’s 42-game Sunkist League win streak ended on Tuesday with a loss to Colton.
“There’s no way I thought we’d win 42 straight league games,” Kaiser coach Mike Spinuzzi said. “I’m very proud of that. That’s hard to do.”
In some ways, it’s a relief that the streak is over, Spinuzzi said, but the players took the end of the streak hard.
“One thing this team has learned is that we don’t like losing,” Spinuzzi said. “There were players who wouldn’t leave the dugout. I had to tell them to go.”
Despite the loss, Kaiser is still in the driver’s seat to win the league. But that loss Tuesday was coupled with another loss Thursday and the Cats (13-9, 9-2) are now two games up in league with four to play. Two are against Summit (13-8, 6-5) next week and two are against Grand Terrace (13-9, 7-4) the week after.
According to the CIF-SS record book, updated last summer, the 42-game baseball league win streak would rank fifth all-time in the CIF-SS, and 16 behind the record held by Temecula Linfield Christian from 1990-96.

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