Miller’s John Romagnoli driving force behind All-Star game return

VIDEO: Miller athletic director John Romagnoli talks about bringing back the All-Star game.

Miller High School Athletic Director John Romagnolli has been working on bringing back the former Daily Bulletin All-Star basketball games for the last two years.

He wanted to to have it again for the first time since 2009 last year but the plans weren’t quite in place and he didn’t want to have it just to have it if it couldn’t be a top-notch event.

Well it will make a long-await return a week from Sunday, April 19th at Miller High School.

The teams were honored with a breakfast/lunch today at the Jesse Turner Community Center in Fontana. They’ll practice next week.

There is representation from schools as far East as Banning and as far West as Covina Charter Oak and some from the High Desert. So those chosen are in select company. There will be 13 players on each of the two boys teams and girls teams so everyone will get to play.

The cross section of players also means student-athletes will get to play with and get to know others they might not have crossed paths with.

The Ajalee Lauder and Marcel Burke awards are being brought back. Those awards/scholarships are in memory of two young players who left this world way too early.

Lauder’s mother Bethel Trice, the girls coach at Jurupa Hills, will coach one of the girls teams – nice touch.

There are a lot of all-star games out there. But Romagnoli, previously the boys’ basketball coach at Miller, is setting this one up as something special. He has done a great job of that and the best is yet to come.

Boost Mobile has stepped up as a sponsor, as has IE Sports Net.

We’ll be posting updated rosters for the teams next week.

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Boys basketball: San Bernardino County vs. Riverside County all-star rosters

Redlands’ Joey Sponheim

All-star rosters for the San Bernardino County vs. Riverside County all-star boys basketball games at Cajon High School on Friday at 7:30 p.m.

2015 all star boys roster

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Girls basketball: San Bernardino County vs. Riverside County all-star rosters

Grand Terrace’s Skyler Lewis

Here are the latest rosters for the San Bernardino County vs. Riverside County all-star game, 6 p.m. on Friday, April 10 at Cajon High School. Admission is $5.

2015 all-star girls rosters

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All-Star Girls Wrestling Match is Tonight

Tonight, April 7, at 6:30 pm at Charter Oak High in Covina, is a Dual-Meet all-star girls wrestling match pitting teams from the East vs. West, roughly divided by the 57 Freeway. I believe entrance is free; it is just an event designed to promote girls wrestling.

The West team is coached by Tom Cote, the Charter Oak coach who formerly coached at Kaiser, Los Osos, Chaffey, Montclair and other places I can’t think of right now.

The East is coached by Montclair girls coach Matt Furr. Here is the East Lineup:

101 – Shandrea Shelby – Corona
106 – Sugey Ceja – Corona
111 – Alyssa Aceval – San Jacinto 
116 – Vanesa Contreras – Yucca Valley
121 – Kimberly Espinoza – Chaffey
126 – Maryssa Monterrossa – Montclair
131 – Ashley Pofek – La Sierra
137 – McKenna Hutchison – Upland
143 – Jasmine Cordero – Tustin
150 – Anna Castro – Carter
160 – Sarah Rahlwes – Redlands
170 – Kendall Reusing – La Sierra
189 – Diana Perez – Hillcrest
235 – Melissa Lopez – Hillcrest

Head Coach – Matthew Furr – Montclair
Asst. Coach – Mario Estrada – Titan Mercury Wrestling Club
Asst. Coach – Roman Medina – Chaffey
Asst. Coach – Cecilia Ramirez – Montclair
Asst. Coach – Vanessa Nordstrom – Titan Mercury Wrestling Club

 

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2015 San Bernardino County Clash Weekend No. 2 Preview

2014 County Clash

Photo from the 2014 County Clash at San Manuel Stadium. (Micah Escamilla/San Bernardino Sun)

San Manuel Stadium in San Bernardino serves as the host of the County Clash that host a series of games of a span of four weeks. The games below are for the second weekend of the 2015 County Clash series which take place on April 4.

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Redlands East Valley’s David Barela needs Tommy John surgery


REV left-hander David Barela pitching against Los Osos in the playoffs last year.

Redlands East Valley senior left-hander David Barela, a second-team all-Sun selection last season and who has signed a National Letter of Intent with New Mexico State, will undergo Tommy John elbow ligament replacement surgery on Friday, coach James Cordes said.
Barela went 8-1 with a 0.78 ERA last year and entered the season with 14 career wins, just seven away from the school career record. He threw for REV “only about 14 innings” in the fall because REV was looking at other pitchers.
When they returned from winter break in January, Barela’s arm didn’t feel right. It took a while for him to get insurance approval for an MRI, and in the meantime Barela didn’t pitch at all. They got the results of the MRI back a couple of weeks ago and Cordes said the results indicated that surgery and not rehab, was necessary.
Cordes said that New Mexico State still wants Barela and will likely redshirt him next year.
“It certainly bumps everyone up on the pitching chain. That’s why you work hard to develop eight or nine pitchers. On a personal note, it’s devastating for David,” Cordes said.

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Prep softball: Los Osos remains No. 1 in Sun Top 10


Etiwanda and Citrus Valley play in the championship game of the Redlands Softball Invitational.

This was posted a couple of days ago, but here’s the latest Sun high school softball Top 10. It’s a really strong Top 10.

The Sun Softball Top 10
1. LOS OSOS (10-2)
Last week: 1
Doubleheaders against Corona Centennial, Norco before league play begins
2. YUCAIPA (9-2)
Last week: 2
Has not allowed more than 2 runs in any game
3. CHINO (9-4)
Last week: 3
In the middle of 24-day stretch between games
4. ETIWANDA (14-2)
Last week: 4
Undefeated on Nevada trip
5. GRAND TERRACE (5-2)
Last week: 5
Two weeks off ends Thursday
6. CITRUS VALLEY (5-3)
Last week: 6
Defeated tough Norco team last week
7. CHINO HILLS (12-5)
Last week: 7
Scored at least 10 runs in each of last 3 games
8. CAJON (9-1)
Last week: 8
Only loss came in February
9. UPLAND (12-1)
Last week: 9
Suffered first loss vs. La Serna
10. APPLE VALLEY (8-5)
Last week: 10
Doubleheader vs. rival Granite Hills Saturday

Dropped out: None
Under consideration: Aquinas (11-2), Montclair (9-3), Rancho Cucamonga (12-3).

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Prep baseball: Rancho Cucamonga remains No. 1 in Sun Top 10

The Sun High School Baseball Top 10
1. RANCHO CUCAMONGA (11-2)
Last week: 1
Won 7 straight
2. CHINO HILLS (8-4)
Last week: 2
In stretch of playing only two games in 19 days
3. YUCAIPA (7-5)
Last week: 3
Sophomore Cory Moore: 2-0, 1 save, 0.00 ERA
4. AYALA (7-4)
Last week: 4
In 4-way tie atop league after 3 games
5. CAJON (11-1)
Last week: 5
Big games against Yucaipa next week
6. DON LUGO (7-2)
Last week: 6
Only team to start 3-0 in Mt. Baldy league
7. ETIWANDA (7-2)
Last week: 8
Allowed 6 runs in 3 of last 4 wins
8. UPLAND (8-3)
Last week: 9
3 of last 4 games decided by 1 run
9. REDLANDS EAST VALLEY (6-6)
Last week: 7
Two of its losses have been to Mater Dei
10. OAK HILLS (8-2)
Last week: 10
Doesn’t start league until April 14

Dropped out: None.
Under consideration: Alta Loma (4-3), Carter (9-4), Citrus Valley (7-5), Jurupa Hills (8-3), San Gorgonio (9-3), Summit (7-3).

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Mountain Valley League: all-league boys basketbal 2014-15


San Bernardino’s Tymoryae Glover dribbles against Moreno Valley

All-Mountain Valley League boys basketball 2014-15
MVP:
Tymoryae Glover, Sr., San Bernardino
Coach of the year: Darin Graham, San Bernardino
First Team
Robert Taylor, Sr., Moreno Valley
David Anderson, Jr., Moreno Valley
Dellvin Smith, Sr., Vista Del Lago
Anthony Ford, Sr., Pacific
Bren-Denn Walton, Jr., Banning
Aaron James, Sr., San Bernardino
Jaywone Draper, Sr., San Bernardino
Deion Lee, Sr., San Bernardino
Izaak Lucero, So., Rubidoux
Tyrese Collins, So., Pacific
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Mountain Valley League: all-league girls basketball 2014-15

All-Mountain Valley League girls basketball 2014-15
MVP:
Summer Mack, Jr., Moreno Valley
Coaches of the year: Justin Remington, Moreno Valley and Gene Fortenberry, Vista Del Lago

First Team
Kiara Singer, Jr., Moreno Valley
Kaliyah Jones, Fr., Moreno Valley
Ajahnae Gamble, Sr., Moreno Valley
Skylar Fortenberry, Jr., Vista Del Lago
Thalia Carballosa, Jr., Vista Del Lago
Jalesha Love, Sr., Pacific
Maranda Jimenez, So., Rubidoux
Tecumsah Madison, Sr., Banning
Alani Oneal-Williams, Sr., San Bernardino
Aoloni Robinson, Jr., San Bernardino

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