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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Summit WR Damian Alloway commits to UCLA

Summit (Fontana, Calif.) WR Damian Alloway announced that he has committed to UCLA.

He decided to join the Bruins over offers such as Notre Dame, Washington and Oregon among others.

Alloway joins 7-on-7 Ground Zero teammates and local area standouts, Lokeni Toailoa and Leni Toailoa from Carter High.

Alloway could have gotten on the San Bernardino Sun All-Area team on offense or defense. On defense, he led Summit High School with six interceptions, which he returned for 105 yards. He also had 28 solo tackles.
On offense, he was nearly unstoppable, catching 55 passes for 1,084 yards and 23 touchdowns while also rushing for 185 yards and two touchdowns. He also scored two more touchdowns on returns.

 

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Ambassador League honors: Football

Offensive Player of Year – Ian Zamudio, Notre Dame
Defensive Player of Year – Gregory Holt, Linfield Chr.
Coach of Year – Derrick Johnson, Notre Dame
Sportsmanship Award – Arrowhead Christian

Final team standings – Note Dame 5-0; Linfield Christian 4-1; Aquinas 3-2, Ontario Christian 2-3; Arrowhead Christian 1-4; Western Christian 0-5.

First team offense
QB Niles Harrell, Jr., Notre Dame
RB Branden Rankins, Soph., Aquinas
RB Ian Zamudio, Jr., Notre Dame
OL Dylan Petti, Jr., Notre Dame
OL Ty Whitworth, Sr., Linfield Chr.
OL Tim Lee, Sr., Linfield Chr.
OL Kevin You, Sr., Linfield Chr.
OL Steven Tullos, Sr., Ontario Chr.
WR Grayson Kline, Sr., Ontario Chr.
WR Isaiah Pate, Sr., Linfield Chr.
WR Lorenzo Burns, Sr., Linfield Chr.
PK Michael Brown, Sr., Linfield Chr.

First team defense
DL Dylan Petti, Jr., Notre Dame
DL Chase Wolfhope, Sr., Ontario Chr.
DL Uche Ohaeri, Sr., Aquinas
DL Joshka Gustav, Soph., Aquinas
LB Gregory Holt, Sr., Linfield Chr.
LB Isaiah Guerrero, Sr., Notre Dame
LB Niklas Gustav, Sr., Aquinas
DB Lorenzo Burns, Sr., Linfield Chr.
DB Wesley Smith, Sr., Notre Dame
DB Ian Zamudio, Jr., Notre Dame
DB Carson Kidd,Jr., Arrowhead Chr.
P Michael Brown, Sr., Linfield Chr.

Second team offense
QB Clay Maranville, Jr., Linfield Chr.
RB Zac Archer, Sr., Linfield Chr.
RB Anthony Hudson, Sr., Western Chr.
OL Rene Rivera, Sr., Arrowhead Chr.
OL Uche Oheari, Sr., Aquinas
OL Niko Hernandez, Sr., Aquinas
OL Michael Andrews, Sr., Notre Dame
OL Isaiah Guerrero, Sr., Notre Dame
WR Spencer Quinto, Sr., Arrowhead Chr.
WR Jared Baytosh, Jr., Notre Dame
WR Joshka Gustav, Soph., Aquinas
TE Chad Vander Meulen, Sr., Ontario Ch.

Second team defense
DL Samuel Clemmons, Sr., Notre Dame
DL Stephen Brazil, Sr., Linfield Chr.
DL Taylor Lau, Sr., Linfield Chr.
DL Kevin You, Sr., Linfield Chr.
LB Jaden Gardner, Sr., Notre Dame
LB Blaine Hargis, Sr., Western Chr.
LB Rene Rivera, Sr., Arrowhead Chr.
DB Manny Guerrero, Sr., Notre Dame
DB Justin Salazar, Sr., LinfieldChr.
DB Savaughn Miller, Sr., Aquinas
DB Giovanni DeBonis, Jr., Ontario Chr.
P Michael Perez, Sr., Western Chr.

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Carter safety Marcus Strong verbally commits to Washington State

Marcus Strong of Rialto Carter High School confirmed that he has verbally committed to play football at Washington State University.

Strong had offers from San Jose and PAC-12 rivals such as Oregon State and Washington but felt that the Cougars were the best fit for him.

“I think my speed can fit in very well with a good and upcoming program like Washington State,” Strong said. “I have a good connection with the coaching staff and that is what matters the most.”

Strong believes he still has a few things he wants to address as he prepares for the next step in his career.

“I have to put on some muscle and I have to build up some more speed to compete (against the best in the PAC-12),” he said. “But I those task will be easy for me.”

Strong proved to be a dual sport athlete, playing in the outfield for his high school baseball team.

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Redlands High football player Michael Boafo released from hospital

Defensive back Michael Boafo of Redlands High School is resting at home, according to position coach Will Pomfret.

Boafo was taken to the hospital during a football game against A.B. Miller when he collapsed on the sideline Oct. 16.

When it was that discovered that he had bleeding in his brain, he underwent successful surgery that same night.

 

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