VIDEOS: San Gorgonio baseball beats Jurupa Hills 2-1 on walk-off


Above, highlights of San Gorgonio’s 2-1 win over Jurupa Hills from April 28, 2015


Above, San Gorgonio senior Jason Wright talks. He was the winning pitcher in relief and it was his hit, coupled with a throwing error, that scored the winning run with one out in the bottom of the seventh.


Above, San Gorgonio coach Bill Eatinger talks about the win.

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Big Bear’s Caleb Webb signs with University of Portland

Caleb Webb signsFlanked by his parents and with coach Jonathan Stiles behind him, Big Bear’s Caleb Webb signs with the University of Portland (Courtesy photo from Kathy Portie/Big Bear Grizzly)

The two-time All-Sun Cross Country Runner of the year and two-time CIF State cross country champion has decided where he will run in college.
Big Bear senior Caleb Webb signed his National Letter of Intent last week to run at the University of Portland.
“It’s a smaller school and I come from a small town,” Webb said. “It felt like the right place. It’s nice to get this off my back.”
Webb said he was deciding between Portland and Colorado as to where he would sign.
“Caleb may be the most significant recruit we have ever signed,” Portland coach Rob Conner in a press release. “He is a tremendous student and extremely serious runner. Very few high school runners are ready to make an impact at the college level as freshmen but Caleb is the kind of talent that will. I couldn’t be more excited to have him joining us. … His range is incredible but we think he will lean toward the longer distances,”
Webb recently set a school record by running a time of 8 minutes, 52.17 seconds in the 3200 meters, surpassing the record of 8:55 set by Olympic marathoner and fellow Big Bear native Ryan Hall.
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San Gorgonio football player Aaron Rogers signs with NAIA Avila University

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San Gorgonio senior football player Aaron Rogers has signed his National Letter of Intent with Avila University, an NAIA school located in Kansas City, Mo.
TX Body: Rogers, a 5-foot-10, 155 pound defensive back who made 29 total tackles, including four for loss last season, led the team with 11 passes defensed and also recovered a fumble. He is the sixth senior Spartan football player to receive a scholarship offer, coach Ron Gueringer said.

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VIDEOS: Cajon baseball holds off Redlands East Valley, 3-2


Above, highlight videos of Cajon’s 3-2 win over Redlands East Valley. The video includes all 5 runs that scored.


Cajon senior Branden Becker, above, talks about earning the save and scoring the go-ahead run in the 6th inning.

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VIDEOS: Arroyo Valley’s Best of the Best IE All-Star Girls Basketball Game


Above, highlights of Thursday’s All-Star Game at Arroyo Valley HS


Summit’s DoyleBonet Walker talks about scoring 21 points for the North team in the all-star game

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Citrus Valley softball has 2 players sign

I forgot to include in the prep notebook that 2 Citrus Valley softball signed either a National Letter of Intent or committed in the past week or so.
Second baseman Jordyn Smith will be going to the University of Redlands, while shortstop Jackie Chairez signed with Iowa State, after being named second-team all-Sun last year.
This year, Chairez is batting .265 with five RBIs and three stolen bases, while Smith is batting .260 with one home run, five RBIs and two stolen bases.

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High School baseball: The Sun and CIF-SS Rankings

High School baseball
The Sun and CIF-SS rankings

The Sun Top 10
1. CAJON (16-2)
Last week: 2
Battle for first place this week vs. REV

2. AYALA (13-7)
Last week: 3
Showdown this week vs. Glendora

3. UPLAND (13-5)
Last week: 1
Went 1-2 vs. Damien, still in first place

4. ETIWANDA (12-4)
Last week: 4
Dropped to 6-1 in 1-run games

5. CHINO HILLS (11-6)
Last week: 6
Swept Rancho Cucamonga to improve to 4-3 in league

6. DON LUGO (13-5)
Last week: 9
Has chance to avenge lone league loss vs. Ontario this week

7. REDLANDS EAST VALLEY (11-7)
Last week: 10
Will know more about Wildcats after this week vs. Cajon

8. YUCAIPA (10-8)
Last week: 5
Split each of the first 3 weeks in league

9. SAN GORGONIO (14-4)
Last week: 7
Missed chance to grab control of San Andreas

10. SULTANA (14-3)
Last week: NR
Snapped Oak Hills’ 12-game league win streak with a sweep last week

No. 8 Rancho Cucamonga (12-7).
Under consideration: Jurupa Hills (13-6), Kaiser (11-7), Ontario Christian (13-5-1), Rancho Cucamonga (12-7).

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High School softball: The Sun’s and CIF-SS rankings

Softball rankings: The Sun’s San Bernardino County rankings and CIF-SS Rankings

THE SUN’S TOP 10 SOFTBALL TEAMS
1. YUCAIPA (18-3)
Last week: 1
Passed Citrus Valley test last week

2. GRAND TERRACE (14-3)
Last week: 4
Won Santiago Tournament on Saturday

3. CHINO (11-4)
Last week: 3
Outscored 2 league opponents 14-1 last week

4. CHINO HILLS (15-5)
Last week: 5
Routed first 2 league opponents ever by combined 24-2 last week

5. LOS OSOS (14-8)
Last week: 7
Big win vs. Etiwanda

6. ETIWANDA (17-6)
Last week: 2
Will have chance to make up for Los Osos loss

7. CITRUS VALLEY (11-8)
Last week: 6
0-3 last week vs. Top 2 teams in Sun Top 10

8. UPLAND (15-2)
Last week: 8
None of last 4 games decided by less than 10 runs

9. AQUINAS (14-2)
Last week: 10
6-0 in league, 5 wins by mercy rule

10. REDLANDS EAST VALLEY (10-3)
Last week: NR
1 of 2 6-0 teams in league

Dropped out: No. 9 Cajon (11-5).
Under consideration: Montclair (14-3).

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Grand Terrace softball wins Santiago Spring Fling Tournament

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Grand Terrace celebrates on Saturday (via @Flores7899 on twitter)

Grand Terrace won the competitive Santiago Spring Fling Tournament on Saturday, hosted by Corona Santiago.
The event covers two weekends. On April 10, Grand Terrace defeated Valencia West Ranch 5-1 and on April 11, defeated Oak Hills 7-3 before losing to Murrieta Valley 2-1. Last Saturday, the Titans finished off the title with a pair of wins 4-3 over Citrus Valley and avenging their earlier tournament loss by beating Murrieta Valley in the finals, 7-2.
How impressive was it? Murrieta Valley and West Ranch are both ranked in the top 10 in Division 1 and Citrus Valley, although unranked had defeated tournament host Corona Sanitago (ranked No. 2 in Division 1) earlier in the tournament.
On Saturday, Melanie Olmos starred in the circle and at the plate. She was the winning pitcher in both games. She drove in two runs, including the winning run against Citrus Valley and had two more hits and drove in two more runs against Murrieta Valley.

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