Redlands girls and many others qualify for CIF-SS Division 2 Track finals

From Division 2 CIF-SS Division 2 Track and Field Prelims
San Bernardino County Qualifiers for CIF-SS Finals
Ayala boys: Gavin Bradley (1600), Mason Orr (long jump, triple jump)
Ayala girls: Kylie Eagon (high jump), Maya English (discus)
Chino girls: Taylor Crockem (shot put)
Citrus Valley boys: Austin Houston (110 hurdles), Christopher Shiley (200)
Citrus Valley girls: Claire Graves 3200,
Colony boys: Joshua Zavala (1600), Khalil Dorsey (110 hurdles, 300 hurdles, long jump), Joshua Williams (triple jump)
Grand Terrace boys: Elijah Smith (high jump)
Jurupa Hills boys Michael Teran (3200), Devon Reed (3200)
Oak Hills boys: 4×100
Oak Hills girls: 4×100, 4×400, Tavajia Richardson (400)
Redlands girls: 4×400, Margaux Jones (100, 200, long jump), Juanita Webster (100 hurdles, 300 hurdles, triple jump), Alisha Edwards (high jump), Claire Crowley (800), Jillian Sanchez (discus)
Redlands boys: Ahmed Amaar (100, 200) Xolan Brown (800).
REV girls: 4×100, Emerald Bowens (100, 200), Brenna Phillips (long jump)
REV boys: Elias Opsahl (800)
San Gorgonio girls:Ana Tovi (shot put) Daisy Tupola (discus)
San Gorgonio boys: (Kyle Jenkins shot put)
Serrano boys: Adam Brown (110 hurdles) Brandon LaBreche (discus)
Silverado girls: 4×100, Nicole Harvard (High jump) Tia Cooke (Long jump, triple jump)
Siverado boys: 400 relay, Quencel Neal Riles (100)

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Redlands Softball Invitational: Results and Saturday’s schedule

The Redlands Softball Invitational, taking place at Citrus Valley and Redlands high schools, is nearing its conclusion. Here is the Saturday schedule, then click on the “More” to look at pool play standings and pool play scores. I am planning on covering the championship game between Citrus Valley and Etiwanda.

Redlands softball invite schedule

For tournament scores and pool play standings, click below

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VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS: Canyon rallies to beat Redlands girls soccer, 4-2

There was some physical play around the goals, but not enough to keep Canyon Country Canyon from getting too many clean looks and scoring four unanswered goals in the second half for a 4-2 win over Redlands on Thursday. Check out my highlights above of 4 of the 6 goals in the game.


Redlands High coach Jennifer Classen talks after the loss.

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Redlands’ Cal Mende signs with Penn State volleyball

Redlands’ 6-foot-11 senior water polo/volleyball player, Cal Mende, has signed his National Letter of Intent for volleyball, to Penn State. Above, he talks about playing water polo.

From the Penn State media release:
“Mende is a two-sport athlete, playing both volleyball and water polo. Coached by Mark Mina, Mende plays club volleyball for Oasis VBC and serves as the goalie on the water polo squad at Redlands. Mende was recently honored as one of four recipients of the Redlands Unified School District (RUSD) Outstanding Student Athlete awards.

Coach Pavlik on Mende: “Cal gives us a blend of size, skill and intelligence. As a left handed opposite, I think he’ll be able to elevate his game in order to provide what’s needed at this level of play. Coming in as a multi-sport athlete will also serve him well during his career here.”

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A look at the start of Jacob Nottingham’s career

Yes, many of those baseball players who were drafted earlier this month have already started their pro careers, including Redlands High’s Jacob Nottingham, the all-Sun catcher this year who was drafted in the sixth round by the Houston Astros.

Nottingham has started his career with the Astros’ rookie-level Gulf Coast League affiliate in Florida. His career has started a little bit slowly, but that’s understandable, especially for high school hitters going from metal to wood bats. Through his first four games through Tuesday, Nottingham is 1 for 11 with one RBI, three walks and six strikeouts.

In the four games, he has appeared twice as a designated hitter and twice as a catcher. Perhaps his most impressive statistics have come in his limited playing time as a catcher. In the two games, he has thrown out two of three baserunners trying to steal, has no errors or passed balls. Many scouts will say that the best players won’t let struggles in one area (offense or defense) affect the other. So far, it appears Nottingham hasn’t.

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