Tuesday/Wednesday San Bernardino County CIF-SS playoff schedule

CIF-SS Tuesday/Wednesday playoff schedule

Boys basketball
Tuesday’s Quarterfinals
Open Division
Chino Hills vs. Long Beach Poly at Cerritos College
Division 1AA
Los Alamitos at Etiwanda
Division 2AA
Colony at Santa Maria St. Joseph
Buena Park at Cajon
Division 3A
Temescal Canyon at Hesperia
Twentynine Palms at Adelanto
San Bernardino at St. Anthony
Division 4A
Mary Star at Pacific
Division 5AA
Burbank Providence at Hesperia Christian
Division 5A
Apple Valley Christian at Canoga Park AGBU

Girls soccer
Tuesday’s Second Round (Time unknown except where noted)
Division 1
JSerra at Los Osos
Corona Santiago at Chino Hills, 5 p.m.
Upland at Hart
Division 2
Sunny Hills vs. Redlands East Valley at Citrus Valley HS 7 p.m.
Division 3
Serrano at Royal
Santa Monica at Oak Hills, 3 p.m.
Division 4
Oxnard Pacifica at Alta Loma, 5 p.m.
Bloomington at Santa Ynez
Division 5
La Sierra at Western Christian at Chaffey HS, 5 p.m.
Viewpoint vs. Summit at Miller HS, 5 p.m.
Santa Paula at Montclair
Gabrielino at Colony
Division 6
Grace Brethren at Riverside Prep, 3 p.m.
Coachella Valely at Ontario, 3 p.m.
Beaumont at Rialto
Webb at AAE
Nuview Bridge at Jurupa Hills
Division 7
Pomona at Pacific
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Friday’s CIF-SS boys basketball and soccer local results and upcoming schedule

Here are results from Friday’s San Bernardino County games with who teams are playing next.

Boys basketball
Friday’s results
Next games are Tuesday quarterfinal games

OPEN DIVISION
Chino Hills 105, JSerra 74
Next: Chino Hills vs. Long Beach Poly at TBA

Division 1AA
Etiwanda 75, Village Christian 52
Next: Los Alamitos at Etiwanda

Division 1A
Harvard-Westlake 52, Kaiser 50
Redlands East Valley vs. Mayfair (Saturday)

Division 2AA
Colony 82, Cypress 48
Cajon 67, Whittier 42
Mission Prep 78, Upland 62
Next: Colony at Santa Maria St. Joseph
Buena Park at Cajon

Division 2A
Vista Murrieta 60, Summit 51

Division 3A
Hesperia 46, Palos Verdes 34
Twentynine Palms 81, Arroyo Grande 66
Adelanto 60, Yucaipa 59
San Bernardno 73, Oak Hills 55
Next: Temescal Canyon at Hesperia
Twentynine Palms at Adelanto
San Bernardino at Atascadero/St. Anthony winner

Division 4AA
San Marino 62, Barstow 58

Division 4A
Pacific 71, Santa Clara 54
Next: Pacific vs. Ridgecrest Burroughs/Mary Star winner at TBA

Division 5AA
Rolling Hills Prep 65, San Gorgonio 44
Hesperia Christian 80, Arrowhead Christian 64
Next: Burbank Providence at Hesperia Christian

Division 5A
Pasadena AGBU 63, ACE 49
Apple Valley Christian 103, Trona 72
Next: Apple Valley Christian at Canoga Park AGBU

Division 6
Upland Christian 57, Aveson Global Leadership 56
Mesa Grande Academy vs. Cate
Next: Santa Monica Pacifica Christian at Upland Christian

BOYS SOCCER
Thurs or Friday first round results
Next: second round Wednesday
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Week 1 football Playoff scores/Week 2 schedule

summit-west-covina-photo Daniel Fortune, who later scored the winning touchdown, runs against West Covina (photo by Rachel Luna).

Division 1
Rancho Cucamonga 27, Orange Lutheran 7
St. John Bosco 47, Upland 20
Division 2
San Clemente 36, Chino Hills 13
Redlands East Valley 41, Great Oak 30
Division 3
La Serna 41, Serrano 34
Rancho Verde 49, Oak Hills 21
Division 4
Redondo 43, Cajon 24
Downey 55, Damien 27
Colony 22, Palm Springs 13
Etiwanda 24, Valencia 14
Lompoc 65, Carter 0
Division 5
Redlands 24, La Quinta 10
Division 6
Long Beach Wilson 49, Pomona 14
Summit 42, West Covina 41
Yucaipa 42, Palmdale 7
Division 7
Norte Vista 42, Diamond Ranch 21
San Gorgonio 49, South Hills 22
Golden Valley 14, Ayala 10
Division 8
Rio Mesa 20, San Dimas 0
Yorba Linda 45, Kaiser 6
Don Lugo 42, Moreno Valley 14
Northview 38, Chino 6
Division 9
Silverado 60, Perris 18
Division 10
Leuzinger 43, Apple Valley 36
J.W. North 27, Grand Terrace 14
Aquinas 35, South Pasadena 10
Division 11
Twentynine Palms 19, Jurupa Hills 14
Covina 18, Victor Valley 17 (OT)
Division 12
Calvary Murrieta 49, Silver Valley 21
Pacific 55, Santa Paula 28
Hillcrest 35, Big Bear 28

Next week’s games
Division 1
Rancho Cucamonga (11-0) at Mission Viejo (11-0)
Division 2
Redlands East Valley (9-2) at La Habra (7-4)
Division 4
Lompoc (11-0) at Etiwanda (5-6)
Corona del Mar (10-1) at Colony (8-3)
Division 5
Roosevelt (9-2) at Redlands (6-5)
Division 6
Summit (10-1) at Lawndale (7-4)
Yucaipa (10-1) at Paraclete (7-4)
Division 7
San Gorgonio (8-3) at Tustin (9-2)
Division 8
Don Lugo (9-2) at Temescal Canyon (5-5-1)
Division 9
Silverado (9-2) at La Salle (7-4)
Division 10
Pasadena Poly (10-0) at Aquinas (9-2)
Division 11
Twentynine Palms (8-3) vs. Katella (11-0) at Glover Stadium
Division 12
St. Genevieve (10-1) at Pacific (10-1)

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CIF-SS first round football playoff picks

After going 22-5 picking winners in Week 10, I finished the regular season with a 161-62-1 record. I got 1 more margin exactly right, when I said Colton would beat Bloomington by 28. For the season, I have 7 margins exactly right and 1 score exactly right.

Here are first round playoff picks:

Division 1
Rancho Cucamonga 31, Orange Lutheran 23
St. John Bosco 52, Upland 24
Division 2
San Clemente 31, Chino Hills 20
Redlands East Valley 28, Great Oak 18
Division 3
Serrano 21, La Serna 19
Rancho Verde 35, Oak Hills 26
Division 4
Cajon 30, Redondo 28
Colony 42, Palm Springs 21
Placentia Valencia 24, Etiwanda 21
Lompoc 35, Carter 7
Division 5
Redlands 21, La Quinta 17
Division 6
Summit 42, West Covina 40
Yucaipa 42, Palmdale 16
Division 7
San Gorgonio 21, South Hills 14
Golden Valley 28, Ayala 19
Division 8
Yorba Linda 28, Kaiser 7
Don Lugo 48, Moreno Valley 20
Northview 28, Chino 16
Division 9
Silverado 35, Perris 22
Division 10
Leuzinger 35, Apple Valley 14
Grand Terrace 33, J.W. North 17
Aquinas 38, South Pasadena 20
Division 11
Jurupa Hills 28, Twentynine Palms 24
Covina 23, Victor Valley 21
Division 12
Calvary Murrieta 42, Silver Valley 22
Pacific 49, Santa Paula 21
Hillcrest at Big Bear (I won’t predict, because as I write this the game is over, even though I don’t know the score)

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Citrus Belt League playoff scenarios

Here’s the nitty gritty. In the crazy CBL, what happens when each possible combination of game results happens.

The games: Miller (2-7, 1-5) at Cajon (8-1, 5-1)
Redlands East Valley (7-2, 5-1) at Yucaipa (7-2, 4-2)
Redlands (6-3, 4-2) at Carter (7-2, 4-2)
Standings reflect how teams would go into the playoffs. Top 3 are automatic. 4th place has good shot to get wild-card spot. 5th place is out.

Scenario 1:
Cajon wins
REV wins
Redlands wins
1. Cajon (6-1), 2. REV (6-1), 3. Redlands (5-2), 4. Yucaipa (4-3)

Scenario 2:
Cajon wins
REV wins
Redlands loses
1. Cajon (6-1), 2. REV (6-1), 3. Carter (5-2), 4. Redlands (4-3)

Scenario 3:
Cajon wins
REV loses
Redlands wins
1. Cajon (6-1) 2. 3-way tie between REV, Redlands, Yucaipa (5-2) requiring coin flip.

Scenario 4
Cajon wins
REV loses
Redlands loses
1. Cajon (6-1), 2. Yucaipa (5-2), 3. REV (5-2), 4. Carter (5-2)

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CIF-SS playoffs: baseball, boys volleyball San Bernardino County from Wednesday

Wednesday’s San Bernardino County Results
Boys Volleyball
Division 5 semifinals
Arrowhead Christian def. Laguna Blanca 25-22, 25-19, 25-16
Saturday’s Schedule
Division 5 Championship
Arrowhead Christian vs. Damien, at Cerritos College, 9 a.m.

Baseball
Wild-Card Round
Division 2
Carter 1, Mayfair 0 (9 inn)
Division 4
Silverado 10, Sultana 6
Whittier 4, Rim of the World 3
Colton 17, Century 4
Montclair 13, Nordhoff 8

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Indian Springs wins first CIF-SS boys volleyball playoff match

Indian Springs
Indian Springs boys volleyball, which won the South Valley League to become the school’s first-ever league champion in any sport, won a playoff match for the first time on Tuesday.
The Coyotes swept Emerson Honors of Orange, 25-15, 25-20, 25-10 on Tuesday in the Division 5 first round. Next up for Indian Springs is a matchup Thursday at top-seeded Damien. Match is scheduled for 7 p.m. This is about the only sport where the two schools could meet in the playoffs. Perhaps Damien will move up a division after this year.

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CIF-Southern Section playoffs: are major changes upcoming?

Below is a letter that CIF-SS Commissioner Rob Wigod sent out on Thursday, March 26. Below, I will have my take.

wigod letter 3-26-15

I don’t fault the CIF-SS for exploring this option, because ultimately, the CIF-SS serves its member schools. So if member schools want it, then that’s what they’re supposed to do.
An exact proposal won’t be due until the fall, so several details aren’t available yet, but it sounds like teams could be put into playoff divisions based on their individual results, not league placement. That has already happened to some extent for basketball.
In some ways I like the idea of schools being placed into divisions based on that year’s results (and maybe recent past?), so that teams aren’t able to take advantage of a low division as a result of having poor seasons in recent years.
It’s no secret that schools are placed into leagues based primarily on football. Why were San Bernardino and Pacific shipped out of the San Andreas League and Rim of the World and Jurupa Hills brought in? Football. As a result, some schools are misplaced in leagues in sports other than football.
But I could see issues with exactly how this might work. I will admit most of the plan isn’t known, so that’s a big reason why there are more questions than answers.
But, if you put teams in playoff divisions based on their strength, could you see teams that are not putting full effort into winning games at the end of the season? What if a team, in football say, is the No. 16 team in the top division entering the season’s final week, with a playoff spot already guaranteed? What’s to prevent them from resting starters, perhaps losing that last game and dropping down to the next bracket where they could be the top seed and favorite in a lower division?
It seems possible.
And what about at-large spots? Assuming there would still be at-large spots for the playoffs, would those all go to schools in the top leagues? It seems like Jurupa Hills’ run to the 2012 CIF-SS East Valley Division semifinals from a fourth-place finish in the Mountain Valley League might be a thing of the past.
I’ll remain open-minded to the idea, but there are at least three things I don’t want to see happen: don’t devalue league play, don’t shut out the small schools and don’t make it a clear advantage to lose games late in the season.

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