YUCAIPA 10, REDLANDS EAST VALLEY 8 >> The Thunderbirds (16-2) clinched the Citrus Belt League title following a league victory over the Wildcats. Heather Graf and Hannah Stevenson won all three of their matches.
LOMA LINDA 3, WESTERN CHRISTIAN 0 >> Demari Webb had 13 kills for the Roadrunners in the victory over the Lancers, 25-23, 25-17, 25-23.
WOODCREST CHRISTIAN 3, ONTARIO CHRISTIAN 2 >> Jacklyn Post and Madison Maynes had 11 kills for the Knights in the loss to the Royals, 22-25, 18-25, 26-24, 25-23, 15-12, in Ambassador League play. Maynes also had 20 assists and three aces while Annaka Jorgenson had 12 kills and two blocks. Ontario Christian will play at 6 p.m. Tuesday against Loma Linda Academy.
RIM OF THE WORLD 3, SAN GORGONIO 0 >> Leiana Kanoho had two kills and three aces for the Spartans (6-15, 1-6) in the San Andreas League loss against the Scots (17-5, 7-0), 25-10, 25-14, 25-14. Tatiana Russell had two blocks for the Spartans. San Gorgonio will play at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday against Arroyo Valley.
Boys Water Polo
SAN GORGONIO 16, SUMMIT 2 >> Micah Hanning had five goals for the Spartans (9-18, 6-3) in the San Andreas League victory against the Skyhawks. Ben Yanez scored three goals for the Spartans while Miguel Hernandez scored two in the win. San Gorgonio will play at 3:15 p.m. Tuesday against Granite Hills.
Cajon, one of the more successful and stable athletic programs in San Bernardino County, has had to hire three new head coaches in recent months.
Two down, one to go.
Cajon hired Robert Grande, an assistant last year, as its new head baseball coach. Grande replaces Jon Austin, who stepped down after after 16 seasons and a 259-165 record. Athletic Director Rich Imbriani had indicated after Austin resigned that there were several candidates already on the coaching staff.
Previously, Imbriani hired John Anderson to replace John Chamberlain to coach water polo, after Chamberlain left Cajon to take the athletic director job at Indian Springs, Anderson’s former job. Anderson previously coached water polo at Arroyo Valley.
One position remains open: softball, after Jerry Tivey resigned after the season to pursue other interests.
“I’m still taking applications,” Imbriani said.