How/why Citrus Belt baseball tie is broken different than softball

Thursday, we learned the three-way tie for fourth place in the Citrus Belt League softball standings would be broken by runs allowed among the three teams, since Cajon, Redlands and Citrus Valley all went 1-1 against each other, and Redlands won that tiebreaker.

There will also be a tie in the Citrus Belt League baseball standings, but there are some big differences. It will only be two teams and it will either be a tie for first or second. And the tie will not be broken by runs allowed. Let me explain.

Going into today, Carter, Redlands East Valley and Yucaipa are in a three-way tie for first, Carter plays fourth-place Redlands and REV and Yucaipa play each other. If Carter wins, Carter ties with the REV-Yucaipa winner for first. If Carter loses, Carter ties with the REV-Yucaipa loser for second.

If Carter finishes tied with REV, then Carter wins the tiebreaker, because Carter swept the two games with REV in the opening week of league. If Carter ties with Yucaipa, the teams split head-to-head, so you would go to runs allowed. But each team won a one-run game, Yucaipa by an 8-7 score, Carter by a 2-1 score in 8 innings, So each team allowed 9 runs. The next tiebreaker for baseball or softball is a coin flip, which I’m guessing would be held Friday night.

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CIF-SS Girls Swimming Championships Preview

High school athletes from the CIF Southern Section will jump into the pool throughout the week at Riverside City College for the 2016 swim finals.

On the Division 2 girls side, Ayala’s Kenisha Liu and Redlands’ Melissa Pepper return with the hope of capping off their high school careers on top.

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Redlands East Valley swimming sets school record

Citrus Belt League >> Redlands East Valley won a school record 15 titles, including the girls 400 freestyle relay by Emily Longfellow, Autumn D’Arcy, Emily Rigsby and Sydney Benveniste. Jack Moyles won the boys 100 breaststroke event for REV. Redlands High School’s Niki Proctor won the girls 100 breaststroke event while Melissa Pepper won the 50 free with a time of 24.70 seconds.
Baseline League >> Chino Hills’ Michael Tenney finished first in the boys 200 and 500 yard freestyle events at the Baseline League Championship meet. Rachel Forbes of Los Osos finished first in the girls 200 and 500 free. Richie Campbell of Damien had first place finishes in the 50 and 100 free events.
Palomares League >> The Bulldogs’ defending CIF State Champion, Kenisha Liu, finished first in the 100 and 200 meter freestyle events at the Palomares League Championships. Liu finished with a time of 1 minute and 46.73 seconds in the 200, six seconds ahead of Katie Sulkevich of Glendora. In the 100, Liu finished with a three second lead over Glendora’s Catherine Sanchez with a time of 49.87.

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REV’s Jaelan Phillips names Top 5

Redlands East Valley’s Jaelan Phillips announced that he has narrowed his list of 19 college offers down to five with the announcement of his top choice to follow tomorrow at noon.
Phillip’s Top 5 includes four schools from the PAC-12 (Washington, Stanford, UCLA and USC) and Notre Dame being the fifth.
UCLA has been a dream school for Phillips and a program that has drawn the interest of several Inland Empire athletes, especially the last few years. 
It would be hard to rule out Stanford as a contender, a place Phillips could fit right in as a student-athlete seeing as how he holds a highly regarded grade point average at REV. Phillips made two trips to the University, one of which was for a junior day event on Feb. 27.
While five schools have reached the final round of the Phillips’ sweepstakes, it is the end of the road for some highly touted programs such as Alabama, LSU, Florida and Michigan.

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Redlands East Valley boys soccer wins fourth consecutive CBL title

Redlands East Valley 2, Yucaipa 0 >> Jonathan Garcia and Alec Hooper each scored a goal for the Wildcats (21-2-1, 12-1) off an assist from Nick Perez. REV
The Citrus Belt League victory over the Thunderbirds results in the fourth consecutive league championship for the Wildcats.
Redlands East Valley will play at 3:15 p.m. Wednesday against Citrus Valley, who is currently second in the league standings.

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San Gorgonio Girls Soccer Tournament Day 2 Results

Day 2 Writeups
Claremont 3, Cathedral City 0 >> Karsyn Jordan had a goal and an assist, Oksana Sosnovsky and Claire Colinco also scored in a San Gorgonio Tournament game. Alexis Garvin made two saves and Ronnie Romero made one for Claremont.
Claremont 2, Oak Hills 0 >> Karsyn Jordan had a goal and an assist, Danielle Lagrave scored and Sydney Fortson made two saves to lead the Wolfpack (11-2-2) into the championship game for the San Gorgonio Tournament.
Oak Hills 2, Redlands East Valley 1 >> Danika Bowman scored the only goal for the Wildcats in the San Gorgonio Tournament loss to the Bulldogs. Both teams will continue play in the tournament tomorrow.
Redlands East Valley 2, Cathedral City 0 >> Sierra Felt-Morales scored both goals for the Wildcats in the San Gorgonio Tournament victory over the Lions.
San Gorgonio 2, Jurupa Valley 1 >> Leslie Spratley scored two goals for the Spartans in the San Gorgonio Tournament victory over the Jaguars. Jacqueline Garcia and Phoebe Amaro were credited with assists while goalkeeper Cristen Pedroza had three saves for the Spartans.
San Gorgonio 1 (6), Redlands 1 (5) >> Phoebe Amaro scored the lone goal during regulation for the Spartans off an assist from Adamari Torres in the San Gorgonio Tournament victory over the Terriers. Goalkeeper Cristen Pedroza had 10 saves against the Terriers. San G will play at 1 p.m. today against Apple Valley in the consolation bracket championship game.

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San Gorgonio Boys Soccer Tournament Day 2 Results

Day 2 Write ups
Claremont 2, San Gorgonio 0 >> The Spartans (7-3-2) were shutout by the Wolfpack (7-3-1) in the semifinals of the San Gorgonio Tournament.
Patriot 1, Redlands 0 >> Goalkeeper Quentin Gray had three saves in the first half for the Terriers in the San Gorgonio Tournament loss against the Warriors. Grant Ganther had two saves as the Terriers’ goalkeeper in the second half.
Redlands 1 (5), Arroyo Valley 1 (4) >> Adrian Rominu scored the lone goal for the Terriers (3-8-2) in regulation. The Terriers advanced after penalty kicks against the Hawks. Redlands will play at 9 a.m. today against an opponent yet to be determined in tournament play.
San Gorgonio 2, Colony 0 >> Victor Valadez and Abraham Martinez scored a goal for the Spartans in the victory over the Titans (4-0-1) in the quarterfinals of the San Gorgonio Tournament. Goalkeeper Sergio Lopez had four saves in the win.
Schedule for Finals:

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Day 1 results for the San Gorgonio Boys Soccer Tournament

San Gorgonio Boys Soccer Tournament Day 1 Results
Rancho Mirage 3, Redlands East Valley 2 >> Nick Perez scored both goals for the Wildcats in the San Gorgonio Tournament loss to the Rattlers. Jonathan Garcia contributed with an assist for the Wildcats. It was the first loss of the season for REV.
Redlands East Valley 6, Hemet 1 >> Alec Hooper scored three goals and had an assist for the Wildcats (8-1-1) in the San Gorgonio Tournament victory over the Bulldogs. Jonathan Garcia scored one goal and had two assists in the victory while Nick Perez and Tony Sidor each scored a goal. Redlands East Valley will continue play in the San Gorgonio Tournament on Monday against an opponent yet to be determined.
Redlands 2, Indio 0 >> Max Berrospe scored two goals for the Terriers (3-7-1) in the San Gorgonio Tournament victory over the Rajahs. Goalkeeper Grant Ganther had four saves in the first half for the Terriers while Quentin Gray had two in the second half. Redlands will play at 9:50 a.m. Monday against Patriot High in Tournament play.
Sultana 2, Redlands 0 >> Goalkeeper Quentin Gray had six saves in the first half for the Terriers in the San Gorgonio Tournament loss to the Sultans. Goalkeeper Grant Ganther had one save for the Terriers in the second half.
Day 1 Scoreboard:

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