Athletes expected to sign their National Letters of Intent this week.
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Steven Elliott -baseball- UC Santa Barbara
Aeryn Owens – volleyball Cal State Northridge
Zoe Casas-softball — Florida State
Allie Hotetz-softball – Hampton
Amanda Kirtley-volleyball – Cal
Sean Yu – Golf -Cal
Jonathan Buckley — baseball — St. Mary’s
Eric Cha – baseball Cal State Fullerton
Tyler Durna — baseball UC San Diego
Tim Nelson — baseball — UC San Diego
Branden Becker – baseball – Oregon
Bri Cassidy — softball- Nebraska
Kirsten Caudle – softball- Iowa St.
Nene Alas – softball Sacramento St.
I’ve been fairly consistent of late picking winners: my week 9 record was 25-8, with my total record as 244-77-2. In addition I picked 2 more games correctly, with the exact winning margin (but not exact score). I correctly said Upland would beat Rancho Cucamonga by 18 and that Rubidoux would beat Pacific by 8 points. But on the other side, I always seem to have problems with at least 1 league. Most of the year, it’s been the Mountain Valley League. Last week, it was the Ambassador League, when I went 0-3.
Here are my Week 10 picks:
Arrowhead Christian 49, Western Christian 31
Linfield Christian 31, Ontario Christian 21
Aquinas 35, Notre Dame 31
Chino Hills 49, Los Osos 10
Rancho Cucamonga 24, Damien 7
Upland 28, Etiwanda 10
Citrus Belt League
Redlands East Valley 31, Carter 14
Cajon 28, Eisenhower 16
Yucaipa 24, Redlands 14
Citrus Valley 28, Miller 7
Week 5 was a light week in terms of high school football, so there were fewer games to pick. In all, I went 18-7-1 for the week (Aquinas tied), and overall for the year, I am 143-51-2. This week, everyone has league games.
Linfield Christian 28, Aquinas 14
Arrowhead Christian 42, Riverside Notre Dame 38
Ontario Christian 28, Western Christian 26
Chino Hills 48, Rancho Cucamonga 42
Etiwanda 35, Los Osos 10
Upland 42, Damien 14
Citrus Belt League
Carter 21, Cajon 17
Yucaipa 35, Citrus Valley 16
Redlands East Valley 38, Eisenhower 14
Redlands 24, Miller 7