Rancho Cucamonga Tournament …

Pool A (Field 1)
West Covina
Rancho Cucamonga

Pool B (Field 2)
Diamond Bar

Pool C (Field 3)
Huntington Beach
Corona Santiago

Pool D (Field 4)
Chino Hills
Bishop Amat
San Juan Hills

Games start at 8:45 a.m. and each team plays two games in pool play. After that, teams are seeded and it becomes a tournament.

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  • Pool B is a Joke…lol

    Pool C and Pool D are the toughest. I see Rancho set themselves up good. They play Ganeesha ( will they even be able to field a team?) and a Running West Co. team that passed for less than a thousand yards in 14 games….hmmm, home cookin’

  • 238

    Rancho will win this tournament. RC and Etiwanda went to OT in the finals the last two years and have split. RC won last year and Etiwanda the year before. Last year I felt like the field had better (passing) teams. Claremont should win Pool B, and I am guessing Santiago to win Pool C and Chino Hills Hills to win D.

  • ?

    Why isn’t Damien participating in this tournament?

  • I make Chino Hills the favorite. But seriously, all the coaches I’ve talked to really are just looking to get some work in. Seems to me this is going to be a very fun, easy going tourney.

  • 238…Wrong!

    Chino Hills Won the tournament last year.

  • Just A Practice:

    There are teams here that will be very good and successful during the season, but will probably not fare too well in this tournament. Westco is primarily a running team, and I don’t expect much there. Amat is also primarily a running team, and I see them faring just O.K. But both these teams are hard hitting defenses, which won’t get tested in this tournament, since no pads are on and no hitting is allowed. I can see that the primarily passing teams, such as Chino Hills and Rancho do very well in this tournament. But let’s see what happens when the teams pad up. This tournaments is a good defensive practice for Amat who does face Chino Hills this coming season. Hags was smart to enter the tournament and get a first hand look at what he will face in the skill positions. Plus, I hear Amat will be without their two top receivers who play baseball and are in the playoffs, so they will not participate in this tournament.

    I see Diamond Bar as the darkhorse to win this tournament. They have some fast and athletic receivers. The problem is they don’t have the defense, nor the toughness to go up against the Westco’s of the Hacienda league.

  • I should have asked Coach Maine what the chances are that Snoop comes out to watch Cordell play.

  • The U

    Rancho and Chino Hills are clearly the 2 best teams (both passing league and when pads are on)followed up by Corona Santiago, Huntington BEach and Amat..

    Los Osos is also holding a 16 team tournament on Saturday, any SGV teams attending ??

  • concussion_symptoms

    Should be a good tourney! I am interested to see that RC defense at work.

    I see Rancho winning as long as they can score a few times cause I dont see a lot of teams scoring on them.

  • At 845 I’m all about Amat-Chino Hills.

    At 1025, I will watch WestCo-Rancho. Tip to the Noodler: When you’re rolling don’t throw it to the edge. No matter how open dude looks, DON’T THROW IT TO THE EDGE. Or else. it’s going back the other way.

  • concussion_symptoms

    Come on Aram, no helping the SGV guys with tips! These are things that he must learn on his own…

    See you there sir!

  • at least try to get it right

    Pool B is a joke. They should swap Amat or CH from their pool and replace with Claremont or DB. The other pools seem to have one really strong team, a pretty weak team and a mediocre team, as it should be.

  • WTF?

    Group D is the Group of death. San Juan Hills was a playoff team last year and I think this is either their first or second year with seniors.

  • patrick

    Aram, i see your point on DB! but how in the world one on capable of judging a team this early in the season?? You never really know who is who until opening kickoff!

  • san juan

    San Juan Hills was not a playoff team last year, they were 0-10.

  • Angkadnkijc

    Ganesha,Ontario,and SJH should be in the chonkadonk pool.

  • 238

    I stand corrected. Chino Hills did win. RC beat Etwianda in the semis… I believe. Too much passing league to remember.

  • Chino Hills

    Chino Hills has won it 2 of the past 3 years. They may be without Matt Simko who is @ the ESPN Elite 11 QB camp @ Cal today. Zach Chadwick has looked good also so they should be ok.

  • ZRT.308

    It would have been fun to see Simko out there with CHills, too bad. Should be a nice tournament regardless.

  • Not So Fast My Friend

    @Chino Hills

    Simko is expected to be back in time to be there tomorrow morning.

  • sure buddy!

    Chino Hills: Chadwick at QB? Just stand back and catch picks , watch out. they are way better off with thropay or Zorilla at QB tomorrow.

  • suey

    Let’s not ignore Ayala this year. Good group of Juniors.

  • sportsfan

    I agree, I expect Ayala will surprise a lot of people this year. They have some talented juniors that should perform next year. Dont count them out.

  • Amat Dad

    Although I don’t think these tornaments are any real indicator of a team’s true overall outlook, I wanted to see how we did against CH and RC, and the other schools at this tournament at full strength. But I just found out that we will be missing Darren Andrews, one of our best DB’s and WR. He is competing in the finals for Track and Field. Also, was told that DJ Daniels will also miss this tournament because he just wants to focus on baseball for now, and start his football training when baseball playoffs are over. DJ is starting at strong safety, and is second on the running back depth chart.

  • Brahma Surprise:

    Just wait and see what the Brahmas do tomorrow. I’ve watched them in the early spring practices, and they definately have talent on the offensive side. I hope we can bring it this season on the D-side. But I expect they compete tomorrow with any team they face.

  • Ganesha should be showing people off this year last year Ganesha beat West Co in their own field with the good DB Kevin Jones and MLB Erick Acevedo they should be in Pool B

  • I Agree:

    These tournaments are strictly passing frenzies. I know that once the pads come on and the bangin begins, it changes the way receivers run routs and how they catch the ball. Come on, tell me a WR doesn’t worry about going down the middle to catch a pass. When you know a LB can light you up it changes your perspective. But these things are a good practice against other competition. So enjoy, but they mean nothing.

    Go Bulldogs !!

  • Worthless

    Thank you to “ganeshapride” for proving the uselessness in using these to evaluate teams. Ganesha beats West Covina in 7on7 then West Covina wins a championship while Ganesha goes 2-8!

  • Bulldogs have bite

    From Aram’s twitter feed.

    So far Chino Hills defeats Bishop Amat 36-20 in pool play.

    West Covina defeats Ganesha in pool play. Our friend Ganeshapride now has one less feather in his cap.

    But whatever, it’s just 7 on 7 passing league….

  • meh…

    Rancho Cuc. #1 (4-0), Chino Hills #2 (3-1), Ayala #3 (3-1), Diamond Bar #4 (2-2). That’s your winner’s bracket folks.

  • High School Football

    Does anyone know of a good website for checking upcoming Southern California high schools passing league tournaments?

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