San Bernardino Kiwanis Basketball All-Tournament Team and Results

RESULTS FOR 57th SAN BERNARDINO KIWANIS TOURNAMENT:

 

ARROYO VALLEY  48, INDIAN SPRINGS 37                           15TH PLACE

SAN GORGONIO  PACIFIC                                                        13TH PLACE

SERRANO 80, APPLE VALLEY 71                                              11TH PLACE

BARSTOW 61, RIALTO 58                                         CONSOLATION CHAMPION

CARTER 66, YUCAIPA 51                                                         7TH PLACE

REDLANDS  69, FONTANA 51                                                 5TH PLACE

BEAUMONT 75, RAMONA 55                                                  3RD PLACE

REV 71,  SUMMIT 46                                             TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP

 

57TH ANNUAL  KIWANIS TOURNEY ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM

MVP: CHRIS HARPER – REV

ELIJAH JOSEPH – BARSTOW

A.C. LINCOLN – CARTER

ALEX ZISKA – REV

JULIAN SINEGAL – REV

DARION WILLIES – SUMMIT

ARJUN SOLANKI – SUMMIT

DARNELL EAVES – BEAUMONT

BRAD MOTYLEWSKI – REDLANDS

DERRECK AFFOR – BEAUMONT

JOE MCGUIGAN – RAMONA

TOM FOX MEMORIAL TROPHY:  MATT ARNOLD – SUMMIT

 

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San Gorgonio Girl Soccer Winter Classic Tournament Pool Play Results

San Gorgonio Girl Soccer Winter Classic Tournament Pool Play Results:

Group A
Claremont defeated Rim of the World, 5-0.
Claremont defeated Colton, 2-1.
Colton defeated Rim of the World, 0-0 (3-2 PKs)
Group B
Redlands defeated Jurupa Valley, 4-1.
Redlands defeated Grand Terrace, 1-1 (3-2 PKs)
Grand Terrace defeated Hoover 3-0.
Jurupa Valley defeated Hoover, 5-0.
Group C
Oak Hills defeated Carter, 1-0.
Vista Del Lago defeated Orange Lutheran, 1-1 (4-3 PKs).
Oak Hills defeated Vista Del Lago, 1-0.
Carter defeated Orange Lutheran, 1-1 (4-3 PKs).
Group D
Alta Loma defeated Arroyo Valley, 9-1.
Cajon defeated Beaumont, 3-2.
Alta Loma defeated Cajon, 1-0.
Beaumont defeated Arroyo Valley, 4-0.
Group E
Riverside King defeated Lakeside, 6-0.
Riverside King defeated Rubidoux, 2-0.
Lakeside defeated Rubidoux, 3-0.
Group F
Redlands East Valley defeated Apple Valley, 8-0.
Cathedral City defeated Indian Springs, 3-0.
Cathedral City defeated Redlands East Valley, 2-0.
Apple Valley defeated Indian Springs, 8-0.
Group G
Serrano defeated Patriot, 3-0.
Serrano defeated Fontana, 5-1.
Patriot defeated Fontana, 3-0.
Group H
Yucaipa defeated Highland, 4-0.
San Gorgonio defeated San Bernardino, 5-0.
Yucaipa defeated San Gorgonio, 1-0.
Highland defeated San Bernardino, 5-1.

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All-Citrus Belt League football list is now out

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Offensive MVP: Malik Lovette, Sr., Redlands East Valley
Defensive MVP: Matteo Biscotti, Jr., Redlands East Valley

First team offense
QB Nathan Martinez, Soph., Yucaipa
QB Armando Herrera, Soph., Redlands East Valley
RB Armani Green, Sr., Eisenhower
RB Joseph Harman, Jr,. Redlands East Valley
RB Spencer Coleman, Jr., Carter
WR Brandon Morris, Jr., Redlands
WR Joey Lines, Sr., Yucaipa
WR Norman Harris, Jr., Redlands East Valley
WR Gavin Westhover, Sr., Cajon
OL Russell Roberts, Sr., Yucaipa
OL Josepjh Price, Sr., Redlands East Valley
OL Laauli Fata, Sr., Redlands East Valley
OL Paul Trujillo-Langdon, Sr., Carter
OL Sua Moi, Sr., Citrus Valley
OL Gerardo Flores, Jr., Cajon
TE Khris Vaughn, Jr., Redlands East Valley

First team defense
DL Darion Washington, Sr., Eisenhower
DL Trevor Jackson, Sr., Redlands East Valley
DL Kyon Clark, Sr., Carter
DL Mikael Bunse, Jr., Cajon
ILB Jacob MacBride, Sr., Yucaipa
ILB Jakob Diaz, Sr., Redlands East Valley
ILB Nicholas Bustamonte, Sr., Carter
ILB Griffin Logan, Jr., Citrus Valley
OLB Aminasi Freddy Livai, Jr., Miller
OLB Erick Garcia, Jr., Cajon
DB Mark Radgowski, Sr., Miller
DB Dorian Fedrick, Jr., Redlands
DB DeAngelo Buffinginton, Sr., Eisenhower
DB Isaiah Armstrong, Sr., Redlands East Valley
DB Zamore Zigler, Sr., Carter
P-K Johnathon Hilfer, Jr., Redlands East Valley
UT Loken Toaliloa, Jr., Carter

Second team offense
QB Terry Ryan, Soph., Cajon
RB Malik Flowers, Jr., Miller
RB Anthony Sandifer, Jr., Redlands
RB Montel Houston, Sr., Citrus Valley
RN Steven Armenta, Sr., Cajon
RB Giovanni Daniel, Jr., Cajon
WR Dashawn Faison, Sr., Miller
WR Markell Harris, Sr., Eisenhower
WR Philip Anthony Ryan, Soph., Cajon
OL Adrian Guzman, Jr., Miller
OL Alfred Edwards, Soph., Redlands
OL Louis Redd, Sr., Eisenhower
OL Jamil Jeters, Sr., Carter
OL Erik Knight, Jr., Citrus Valley
OL Brycen Gregg, Sr., Citrus Valley
OL Jacob Lopez, Sr., Carter
OL Lynell Smith, Sr., Carter
OL David Hernandez, Jr., Redlands
TE Austin Williams, Jr., Redlands
TE Charles Whitley, Sr., Citrus Valley

Second team defense
DL Shynol Mcclain, Jr., Redlands East Valley
DL Matthew Burroughs, Sr., Citrus Valley
DL Art Acebo, Sr., Redlands
DL Brandon Bland, Sr., Carter
ILB Chris Lopez, Sr., Eisenhower
ILB Dominic Guillen, Jr., Citrus Valley
ILB Rayvon Curry, Jr., Citrus Valley
ILB Marcus Stockton, Sr., Cajon
OLB Russell Oakley, Sr., Yucaipa
OLB Ronald Rudd, Sr., Miller
OLB Tyshjon McCune, Soph., Eisnhower
OLB Daijon McFoy, Sr., Carter
OLB Jacob Smith, Sr., Citrus Valley
DB Bisherie Stewart, Sr., Miller
DB Nicolas Wilson, Soph., Cajon
DB Elijah Lilly, Jr., Cajon
DB Marcus Strong, Jr., Carter
DB Ryan Nieman, Jr., Redlands East Valley
DB Justin Campbell, Sr., Miller
P-K Lance Diaz, Sr., Carter
P-K Jordan Schaefer, Soph., Citrus Valley

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How/why Eisenhower beat Redlands

Here are some thoughts as to why Eisenhower beat Redlands 14-7 on Thursday, claiming a share of the Citrus Belt League title, Eisenhower’s first CBL title since 2002.

  1. Turnovers. Redlands turned the ball over 3 times, Eisenhower none. Redlands’ first turnover, when Jerrion Burton intercepted a Jimmy Walker pass in the first quarter, led to the first Eisenhower touchdown after Burton returned it to the Redlands 49. The third turnover was an interception by Niguel Lee of a Walker pass in the end zone in the third quarter. Eisenhower scored on the next drive to take the lead for good. Continue reading

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