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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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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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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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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Saturday’s San Bernardino County CIF state basketball scores

Saturday’s CIF State Basketball Scores, upcoming schedule

BOYS BASKETBALL
DIVISION I

Chino Hills 82, San Marcos 63
DIVISION II
Lawndale 75, Redlands East Valley 50

GIRLS BASKETBALL
DIVISION I

Cajon 49, Riverside North 48
DIVISION V
Garden Grove Orangewood Academy 60, Aquinas 20

Tuesday’s Games, 7 p.m.
BOYS BASKETBALL
OPEN DIVISION

No. 3 Etiwanda at No. 2 Los Angeles Fairfax
DIVISION I
No. 6 Torrey Pines at No. 2 Chino Hills

GIRLS BASKETBALL
DIVISION I

No. 5 Cajon at No. 1 Ventura

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How/why did Cajon girls basketball end up in Open Division?

Cajon girls basketball coach Mark Lehman was surprised when he found out his team was picked for the CIF-SS Open Division playoffs.
Should he have been?
Absolutely. Considering his team was ranked fifth in Division 1A entering the season’s final week, the Open Division took only one of the teams ranked ahead of Cajon in Division 1A, Riverside North.
Entering the week, 3 Division 1A teams were on the Open Division Watch List: Riverside North, Fullerton Troy and Cajon. North was ranked No. 1 in 1A, and got the 16 seed in the Open Division. Cajon was No. 5 in 1A, and got the 15 seed. Troy was ranked No. 3 and didn’t get in, and is the No. 2 seed in 1A.
I realize that Cajon had a big win, beating Eisenhower, which had given Cajon its only loss in the teams’ first meeting. Yet no one else above them in 1A lost during the final week. So, how is Cajon the No. 5 team in 1A according to that division’s pollsters entering the week, then essentially the No. 1 team (highest Open Division seed) just a week later?

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