Here are Citrus Belt League winter all-league teams for 2016-17
Here are Citrus Belt League winter all-league teams for 2016-17
Here are Tuesday’s San Bernardino County CIF-SS scores and matchups for Friday (will be updated as alternate sites/times become available)
Tuesday’s quarterfinals/Friday’s semifinal schedule. Friday games 7 p.m. except where noted
Chino Hills 98, Long Beach Poly 74
Next: Chino Hills vs. Santa Ana Mater Dei at USC’s Galen Center, 8:30 p.m.
Etiwanda 69, Los Alamitos 54
Next: Moreno Valley Rancho Verde at Etiwanda
Colony 72, Santa Maria St. Joseph 64
Cajon 63, Buena Park 50
Next: Cajon at Colony
Hesperia 48, Lake Elsinore Temescal Canyon 33
Twentynine Palms 63, Adelanto 58
San Bernardino 66, Long Beach St. Anthony 62
Next: Hesperia at Twentynine Palms
San Bernardino at Santa Fe Springs St. Paul
Mary Star 103, Pacific 102 (3 OT)
Hesperia Christian 70, Burbank Providence 58
Next: Hesperia Christian at San Pedro Rolling Hills Prep
Canoga Park AGBU 66, Apple Valley Christian 48
Santa Monica Pacifica Christian 76, Upland Christian Academy 71
Tuesday’s second round/Friday/s quarterfinals. Friday game times noted or TBA
San Juan Capistrano JSerra 3, Los Osos 1
Chino Hills 2, Corona Santiago 0
Newhall Hart 1, Upland 0
Next: Chino Hills at Huntington Beach, 5 p.m.
Fullerton Sunny Hills 1, Redlands East Valley 0
Simi Valley Royal 4, Serrano 0
Oak Hills 3, Santa Monica 2
Next: Oak Hills at La Canada Flintridge Prep, 3 p.m.
Alta Loma 1, Oxnard Pacifica 0
Bloomington 1, Santa Ynez 0 (OT)
Next: Alta Loma at Chatsworth Sierra Canyon, 2:30 p.m.
Bloomington at Laguna Beach
Western Christian 1, Riverside La Sierra 0
Calabasas Viewpoint 2, Summit 1
Santa Paula 3, Montclair 0
San Gabriel Gabrielino 2, Colony 1
Next: Western Christian at Palm Desert, 5 p.m.
Simi Valley Grace Brethren 5, Riverside Prep 1
Coachella Valley 0, Ontario 0 (Coachella Valley wins on PKs, 5-4)
Beaumont 1, Rialto 0
Webb 1, AAE 0
Jurupa Hills 3, Nuevo Nuview Bridge 1
Next: Jurupa Hills at Cerritos Valley Christian, 5:30 p.m.
Pacific 3, Pomona 2 (OT)
Next: El Monte at Pacific
Been a crazy spring. Here’s the all San Andreas League teams for winter 2015-16
SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE
MVP: Dante Williams, Sr., Rialto
Reshawn Jackson, Sr., Rialto
Devin King, Sr., Rim of the World
Mark Laing, Jr., San Gorgonio
Donald Nesby, Sr., Rialto
Daniel Soto, Jr., Jurupa Hills
Hassan Brown, Sr., Rialto
Chijindu Egeonu So., Jurupa Hills
Justin Lewis, Jr., Arroyo Valley
Thomas Monsoor, Sr., Indian Springs
Raul Victorio Sr., Rim of the World
Christian Tkatch, Jr., Arroyo Valley
Robert Lewis, Jr., Indian Springs
Brandon Dawkins, Sr., Jurupa Hills
Derrion Thomas, So., Rialto
Christopher Fulton, Jr., Rim of the World
Brennan Daetwiler, Sr., San Gorgonio
Finally posted, all of the Citrus Belt League all-league teams for winter 2015-16
Player of Year: Alex Wright, Jr., Woodcrest Christian
Coach of Year: Scott Mossman, Woodcrest Christian
Sportsmanship Award: Loma Linda Academy
Hezekiah Banks, Sr., Woodcrest Christian
Dondre Bausley, Fr., Notre Dame
Matthew Brown, Jr., Arrowhead Christan
Michael Camacho, Sr., Loma Linda Academy
Marcus Felder, Jr., Aquinas
David Garman, Sr., Woodcrest Christian
Alex Gishwiller, Jr., Ontario Christian
Daniel Hill, Sr., Loma Linda Academy
Anthony Holland, Fr., Notre Dame
Richard Serrano, Sr., Linfield Christian
Jonny Tillman, Jr., Woodcrest Christian
Jake Tsai, Sr., Loma Linda Academy
Alexander White, Jr., Linfield Christian
Darien Addison, Soph., Aquinas
Brendan Conrad, Jr., Ontario Christian
Corbin Edelbach, Sr., Loma Linda Academy
Sam Fu, Sr., Western Christian
Raymond Gonzalez, Sr., Aquinas
Justin Myhre, Sr., Woodcrest Christian
Vicente Perez, Jr., Notre Dame
Joey Prudencio, Sr., Linfield Christian
Masol Robbins, Soph., Notre Dame
Justin Strikwerda, Jr., Arrowhead Christian
Player of Year: Jenna Preston, Sr., Aquinas
Coach of Year: Lucio Camacho
Sportsmanship Award: Woodcrest Christian
Corinne Atiga, Sr., Loma Linda Academy
Jenna Bartholomew, Jr., Western Christian
Megan Burt, Jr., Aquinas
Maci Chen, Jr., Loma Linda Academy
Kamryn Eigersma, Soph., Arrowhead Christian
Michaella Elad, Sr., Aquinas
Cece Ewing, Sr., Loma Linda Academy
Brianna Mendoza, Sr., Notre Dame
Giovanna Mendoza, Sr., Notre Dame
Sydney Moran, Fr., Linfield Cristian
McKenna Prater, Sr., Woodcrest Christian
Shireen Qishta, Sr., Western Christian
Madison Ybarra, Soph., Aquinas
Naya Alkhouri, Fr., Aquinas
Jackie Agustines, Jr.,m Loma Linda Academy
Brooke Cortez, Sr., Western Christian
Ashley Dawson, Sr., Aquinas
Taylor Olsen, Soph., Woodcrest Christian
Jenna Mesman, Jr., Ontario Christian
Cassie Peterson, Jr., Loma Linda Academy
Gloria Serna, Sr., Notre Dame
Roxy Standsberry, Sr., Arrowhead Christian
Hannah Thalmayer, Jr., Arrowhead Christian
Here are the all CIF-Southern Section teams for girls soccer that include San Bernardino County players:
— Cary Willborn (@RCHS_Cougars) January 21, 2016
A second half goal by Rancho Cucamonga’s Lauren Perry proved to be the difference in the Cougars’ Baseline League home victory over Los Osos, 2-1, on Jan. 20.
Devyn Kelsey of the Grizzlies provided the early lead with a goal in the first half but it was Olore Imoohi of the Cougars, who was responsible for tying the game after a successful free kick opportunity.
It was the first league win of the season for Rancho Cucamonga (10-2-2, 1-1-1) while the Grizzlies suffer their third straight league loss.
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There can be a fine line in scheduling for high school sports teams between scheduling easy enough for the team to get some confidence and hard enough for them to be challenged.
But, if you’re not really concerned with one of those two sides of the coin, it makes it a bit easier.
Grand Terrace girls soccer at 5-6-3 already has twice as many losses as it had all of last season, when it went 21-3-3, but was ousted in the second round of the CIF-SS playoffs.
Coach Ryan Pacheco isn’t concerned about the team’s confidence. Nearly all of the key players from last year’s team are back this year, so confidence isn’t an issue. He wanted the team to be challenged, so he upped the schedule.
It’s not that last year’s was easy, and it wasn’t a complete overhaul, but he wanted to upgrade. Truthfully, the poor record is due in part to the Titans not fielding its starting 11 for any game this season, until Wednesday’s showdown with No. 1 Bloomington. The game is at Bloomington at 5 p.m.
“I told the girls in 14 games played, don’t expect to be 14-0,” Pacheco said. “The schedule has provided us a chance to see what we can do.”
Because of injuries and other absences, Pacheco and his staff have gotten a chance to see a lot of players play who wouldn’t normally have played.
“I’m pleased with where we’re at,” Pacheco said. “It helps us out to see subs for the girls that normally wouldn’t be starting for us. It’s a huge confidence boost. We know they can hold their own.”
Pacheco isn’t concerned with his team’s record, and also isn’t concerned with his team’s ranking. While the record isn’t good, the ranking is just fine.
Despite its sub-par record, Grand Terrace is ranked No. 3 in CIF-SS Division 6, behind No. 1 Bloomington and No. 2 Lake Elsinore Temescal Canyon.
“The people that do the polls, they understand us,” Pacheco said. “It (schedule) is something people take into account.”
Both Grand Terrace and Bloomington have played Temescal Canyon. Bloomington defeated Temescal Canyon 3-0 on Dec. 8, while Temescal Canyon defeated Grand Terrace 2-0 on Dec. 15.
That being said, Pacheco expects the game against Bloomington to be close.
“Personally, I think it’s a toss-up,” Pacheco said. “I would be surprised if it’s a blowout.”
A year ago, Grand Terrace won 2-1 and the teams tied the other game 0-0, Grand Terrace’s only league blemish. In three years, only one of six games between the teams has been decided by more than one goal.
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