Sunkist League all-league girls basketball 2014-15

Summit (white) battles Grand Terrace in Sunkist League play this season

all-Sunkist League girls basketball 2014-15
MVP:
Makayla Thompson, Jr., Summit
First Team
Chioma Bush, Sr., Summit
Aimee Cuevas, Jr., Fontana
Alondra Duncan, Fr., Summit
Jane Folau, Sr., Fontana
DaJa Hamilton, Fr., Summit
Trinique Jonzun, Colton
Jessi Lewis, Sr., Grand Terrace
Haley Lewis, Jr., Grand Terrace
Skyler Lewis, Sr., Grand Terrace
Astrid Perez, Sr., Fontana
Doylebonet Walker, Sr., Summit
Sinclair Watson, Sr., Summit

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Sunkist League all-league boys soccer 2014-15

Fontana’s Jonathan Suarez battles for the ball against Summit

Sunkist League all-League boys soccer 2014-15
MVP:
 Jonathan Suarez, Sr., Fontana

First Team
Eric Izazaga, Sr., Fontana
Aldair Madrid, Sr., Fontana
Daniel Valencia, Sr., Fontana
Edward Vera, Sr., Fontana
Juan Aguilar, Jr., Fontana
Juan Luna, Sr., Colton
Alexander Fregoso, So., Colton
Anthony Hernandez, Sr., Colton
Alexis Primera, Sr., Colton
Miguel Ferrel, Sr., Summit
Francisco Carranza, Sr., Summit
Julio Martinez, Jr., Summit
Raul Dominguez, Sr., Summit
Eduardo Sanchez, Sr., Bloomington
Christian Blanco, Sr., Bloomington
Gerardo Bolanos, Sr., Bloomington
Adam Avalos, Sr., Kaiser
Javier Monroy, Sr., Kaiser
Sal Valdovinos, Sr., Grand Terrace

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Sunkist League all-league girls soccer 2014-15

Grand Terrace (black) and Bloomington battle to a scoreless draw during league play this season.

All-Sunkist League girls soccer 2014-15
MVP: Dani Perez, Jr., Grand Terrace
First Team
Skylar Cleveland, Jr., Grand Terrace
Jordan Wells, Soph., Grand Terrace
Nissa Inzunza, Sr., Grand Terrace
Anna Fazzino, Jr., Grand Terrace
Cecilia Magana, Jr., Bloomington
Shadie Hernandez, Jr., Bloomington
Andrea Sida, Jr., Bloomington
Alicia Garcia, Sr., Bloomington
Darielle O’Brien, Sr., Summit
Kaitlin Seebaran, Jr., Summit
Elodia Ciprian, Jr., Summit
Esmeralda Garcia, So., Summit
Melanie Lopez, Jr., Colton
Kayla Fortunado, Jr., Colton
Maria-Ximena Vasquez, Jr., Colton
Alondra Gildo, Sr., Fontana
Sonia Ruan, Sr., Fontana
Alejandra, Sr., Kaiser
Kassandra Rodriguez, So., Kaiser

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Redlands Softball Invitational: Results and Saturday’s schedule

The Redlands Softball Invitational, taking place at Citrus Valley and Redlands high schools, is nearing its conclusion. Here is the Saturday schedule, then click on the “More” to look at pool play standings and pool play scores. I am planning on covering the championship game between Citrus Valley and Etiwanda.

Redlands softball invite schedule

For tournament scores and pool play standings, click below

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VIDEO: Final seconds of regulation of Cajon girls basketball’s loss to Ventura

I didn’t put together full highlights of Tuesday’s 46-40 overtime game, won by host and No. 1 seed Ventura over No. 5 Cajon. But I wanted to post this. It shows the chance Ventura had to put the game away, up by one (and facing a one-and-one) with 7.8 seconds left.
Then a chance for Cajon to win before Tyla Turner is fouled with 2.2 seconds to play, keeping her from getting a shot off, but enabling her to go to the line. She missed the first, then made the one she really needed, the second. She then nearly had a steal on the inbounds pass, but the inbounder stepped in and denied a shot as time expired. In overtime, Cajon ran out of gas (and personnel) and lost, ending a great season.

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UPDATE: Damian Alloway not ready to make verbal commitment

UPDATE:

Summit ATH Damian Alloway stated that he will not announce his decision on Monday.

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Fontana Summit High football player Damian Alloway will make his verbal commitment at the Athletic Republic in Ontario on Monday.

Summit High's Damian Alloway

Summit High’s Damian Alloway

Alloway, who is a junior for the Skyhawks, confirmed that he will decide between Cal, UCLA and Oregon State.

Despite making his commitment, he plans to make all his official and unofficial visits to California campuses this spring.

It was confirmed earlier in the week that Lokeni Toailoa of Carter High was going to make his verbal commitment at the same location.

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