Colony QB Matt Simko could meet up with his former team Claremont in the Rancho Tourney.
Here is the field for the Rancho Cucamonga Tournament on Sat., May 19 at 9 a.m.
Rancho Cucamonga, West Covina, Chino Hills, Diamond Bar, Ayala, Colony, Ontario, San Juan Hills, Ganesha, Claremont, Huntington Beach and Corona Santiago.
The 12 teams will be put into four groups. After pool play, the four first-place teams will square off for the championship. The four second-place teams will play each other. The four third-place teams will play each other. The entire event should be over by 1 p.m.
Aram’s take: Most teams start spring ball on May 7. If you’re a fan who wants to see how your team looks, but you’re bored with watching them running around and do drills in spring practice, then passing games are for you. We can all overreact together. It will be fun and it gets started VERY SOON. I hear Chino Hills is going to be a powerhouse, so I’m very excited to see how the Huskies look. Also excited to get a first look at Noodles and where West Covina will be using him. The best matchup of the day, if we get it, would be to see Chino Hills WR Jack Austin go against Rancho standout corner Chris Hawkins. VERY NICE!