San Andreas League all-league fall 2016

Here are Citrus Belt League all-league teams for fall 2016, sorry for the delay.

FOOTBALL
MVP offense:
Jair Goiz, San Gorgonio
First team offense
Kaleb Hayes, QB, San Gorgonio
Deontay Brown, Sr., RB, Arroyo Valley
Sean Carter, Sr., RB, Jurupa Hills
Xzavier Leslie, Sr., RB, San Gorgonio
Albert Rankin, Sr., RB, Indian Springs
Dezhon Williams, Sr., RB, San Gorgonio
William Brock, Jr., WR, Jurupa Hills
Tyreque Jones, Sr., WR, San Gorgonio
Bobby Kumpf, Sr., WR, Indian Springs
Larenzo McMillan Fr., WR, San Gorgonio
Dedrick Taylor-Akins, Jr., WR, Jurupa Hills
Jesse Boone, Jr., OL, San Gorgonio
Rogelo Marquez, Sr., OL, San Gorgonio
Nick Melendez, Sr., OL, Jurupa Hills
Zach McHenry, Sr., OL, Rim of the World
Javier Sandoval, Jr., OL, Arroyo Valley
Anthony Stoker, Jr., OL, Indian Springs
Jose Torrez, Sr., K, Arroyo Valley

Defensive MVP: Pika Fakava, Sr., San Gorgonio
First Team Defense
Dallas De Anda, Sr., DL, Jurupa Hills
Timoteo Fakava, Jr., DL, San Gorgonio
Tamoto La Cour, Sr., DL, Arroyo Valley
Xzavier Leslie, Sr., DL, San Gorgonio
Zach McHenry, Sr., DL, Rim of the World
Cody Akins, Jr., LB, Jurupa Hills
Isaiah Custis, Sr., LB, Indian Springs
Rudy Garcia, Sr., LB, Arroyo Valley
Gabriel Murgo, Sr., LB, San Gorgonio
Dezhon Williams, Sr., LB, San Gorgonio
Blake Wiest, Sr., LB, Rim of the World
Tyreque Jones, Sr., DB, San Gorgonio
Montre Moore, Sr., DB, San Gorgonio
Kejon Polk, Sr., DB, Rialto
Trichard RosemanDB, Sr., DB, Rim of the World
Jerome Weber, Jr., DB, San Gorgonio
Jose Aguilar, Sr., P, Jurupa Hills

Honorable Mention
Davion Chaney, Sr., Arroyo Valley
Da Juan Garcia, Sr., Indian Springs
Zane Scarbrough, So., Jurupa Hills
Xavier Torries, Sr., Rialto
Richard Roseman, Sr., Rim of the World
Praisegod Ikenador, So., San Gorgonio
Alex Martinez, Sr., Arroyo Valley
Ulysses Lugo, Sr., Indian Springs
Willie Rush, Jr., Jurupa Hills
Leo Torres, Jr., Rialto
Abraham Ramlagan, Sr., Rim of the World
Maurcio Elvine, Jr., San Gorgonio
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Winter San Andreas League all-league teams 2015-16

Been a crazy spring. Here’s the all San Andreas League teams for winter 2015-16

SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE
BOYS BASKETBALL
MVP:
Dante Williams, Sr., Rialto
First Team
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
Second Team
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
Honorable Mention
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

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Roundup: Melissa Arechiga of Grand Terrace wins singles league title

Girls Tennis
AMBASSADOR LEAGUE >> Melissa Arechiga of Grand Terrace qualified for CIF after winning the league’s singles championship. Teammate Lauren Aguillard finished second and also qualified for CIF singles. The doubles team of Adriana Bravo and Teresa Bravo from Colton High won the league’s doubles title.

Boys Water Polo
GRANITE HILLS 10, SAN GORGONIO 9 >> Christian Nunez scored seven goals for the Spartans (10-19, 7-4) in the San Andreas League loss to the Cougars (13-6, 8-3). Oscar Guardado and Ben Yanez each scored a goal for the Spartans. San Gorgonio will play at 3;15 p.m. Tuesday against Fontana.

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2015 San Andreas League all-league baseball, softball

Here are San Andreas League spring all-league teams

BASEBALL

2015 San Andreas baseball

 

For SOFTBALL, click below

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Local track and field finals results

Because it is tedious to input league finals results, here are links to several area track and field league finals:

Ambassador League

Baseline League

De Anza League

Mountain Valley League

Mt. Baldy League

San Andreas League

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VIDEOS: San Gorgonio baseball beats Jurupa Hills 2-1 on walk-off


Above, highlights of San Gorgonio’s 2-1 win over Jurupa Hills from April 28, 2015


Above, San Gorgonio senior Jason Wright talks. He was the winning pitcher in relief and it was his hit, coupled with a throwing error, that scored the winning run with one out in the bottom of the seventh.


Above, San Gorgonio coach Bill Eatinger talks about the win.

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Christian Nunez led San Gorgonio to win, hands Indian Springs first loss

Christian Nunez scored two goals for the San Gorgonio Spartans (7-6-6 overall, 2-2 league) in the San Andreas League victory, 2-1, over the Indian Springs Coyotes (10-1-5, 1-1-2). San Gorgonio

“We are better than our record would show. We just haven’t put it together until today,” said Spartans head coach Adrian Villalobos. “The San Andreas League is tough, anyone can beat anyone on any given day.”

Manuel Perez and Carlos Ortiz were each credited with an assist for the Spartans.
“Today, our offense was our best defense,” Villalobos said. “We out hustled them and we had a lot of possessions.”
The Spartans will play at 3:15 p.m. Wednesday against Rialto, who is in first place of the league. It will end the first round of league play.
Indian Springs
The game also resulted in the first loss of the season for the Coyotes.
The Coyotes were ranked No. 6 in the first San Bernardino Sun’s Top 10 Boys Soccer rankings of the season.
Indian Springs will look to bounce back in its next game, which is at 3:15 p.m. Wednesday against Jurupa Hills.

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Indian Springs, Rialto tie 1-1: video highlights and thoughts

Indian Springs and Rialto tied 1-1. My guess is that you’re going to have a lot of ties in the San Andreas League. The league goes 2 points for a win and 1 for a tie, so it’s difficult to create separation. And I don’t expect anyone to get separation.

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