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)

Share this

Facebook Twitter Plusone Digg Reddit Stumbleupon Tumblr Email

Week 10 high school football scores

Thursday’s Games
Palomares League
Glendora 31, Claremont 14
San Andreas League
Arroyo Valley 35, Rialto 33
Friday’s Games
Ambassador League
Aquinas 28, Ontario Christian 19
Linfield Christian 14, Arrowhead Christian 6
Riverside Notre Dame 67, Western Christian 0
Arrowhead League
CSDR 14, Upland Christian 6
Baseline league
Etiwanda 46, Damien 42
Upland 63, Los Osos 0
Rancho Cucamonga 45, Chino Hills 7
Citrus Belt League
Cajon 16, Redlands 6
Yucaipa 55, Eisenhower 18
Carter 36, Miller 0
Redlands East Valley 51, Citrus Valley 7
Cross Valley League
Excelsior at Silver Valley
De Anza League
Twentynine Palms 41, Yucca Valley 22
Desert Sky League
Barstow 50, Adelanto 20
Silverado 61, Granite Hills 12
Hacienda League
Diamond Ranch 28, Chino 20
Miramonte League
Bassett 41, Ganesha 28
La Puente 16, Garey 14
Mojave River League
Apple Valley 28, Hesperia 14
Ridgecrest Burroughs 33, Sultana 28
Serrano 21, Oak Hills 18
Mountain Valley League
Pacific 59, San Bernardino 7
Mt. Baldy League
Colony 49, Chaffey 8
Don Lugo 56, Montclair 0
Alta Loma 44, Ontario 14
Palomares League
Ayala 21, South Hills 20
Diamond Bar 35, Bonita 34
San Andreas League
Indian Springs 41, Rim of the World 20
San Gorgonio 42, Jurupa Hills 0
San Joaquin League
Webb 56, Capistrano Valley Christian 27
Sunkist League
Colton 34, Bloomington 6
Grand Terrace 46, Fontana 3
Summit 55, Kaiser 31
Valle Vista League
San Dimas 48, Covina 21
Saturday’s Game
Cross Valley League
Riverside Prep vs. Big Bear at Big Bear Middle School, 1:30 p.m.

Share this

Facebook Twitter Plusone Digg Reddit Stumbleupon Tumblr Email

Cajon’s Nicolas Wilson not seriously injured

Cajon also suffered a key injury in the game against REV that didn’t turn out as bad as first feared.
Running back Nicolas Wilson injured his hand when he was tackled hard late in the fourth quarter before REV rallied. Wilson wasn’t in for Cajon’s final two offensive plays after REV took the lead.
Wednesday coach Nick Rogers said Wilson will play.’
“He’s going to play,” Rogers said. “It’s not broken. It’s just a sprained hand. For precautionary reasons, he might wear a glove and we’ll limit him in practice It was swelled up pretty good.”
It is Wilson’s left hand and he carries the ball with his right hand, but even so, Wilson isn’t facing contact in practice this week and Rogers will monitor him during Friday’s key game against Redlands to see if he can keep playing.

Share this

Facebook Twitter Plusone Digg Reddit Stumbleupon Tumblr Email

Jaelan Phillips will play vs Citrus Valley

He tried to get back into the football game last week, but it looks like he’ll be back in this week.
Redlands East Valley High School standout defensive end/linebacker Jaelan Phillips, a UCLA commit, broke his hand early in the second half of last week’s 38-32 win over Cajon and tried to go back in.
“It was friendly fire, a helmet on his hand,” REV coach Kurt Bruich said. “He wanted to come back in, but they (medical staff) wouldn’t let him.”
Phillips, who lines up at several different spots on the field, would leave a hole if he wasn’t able to play.
“He has a backup, so we’d plug him in,” Bruick said. “It does eliminate some of the defenses we run, because of what Jaelan is able to do. But, if I was a betting man, I’d say he’s going to play.”
Bruich said that before practice. By the end of the day, he indicated that Phillips will play this week against Citrus Valley and Phillips sent out pictures on social media of his cast on his right hand.

Share this

Facebook Twitter Plusone Digg Reddit Stumbleupon Tumblr Email