Girls Cross Country: Nunez a step above


Runnner of the year: Jessica Nunez
School: South Hills
Grade: Junior
Notable: Nunez finished the season the way she began – as the top girls runner in the area. She opened the fall by winning the Fastback Shootout at Mt. San Antonio College and completed it with a solid showing at the CIF State cross country championships. In between were solid performances, including a personal best time of 16 minutes, 55 seconds at the Woodbridge Invitational, where she finished sixth overall. Her season began on a hot and sunny day in Walnut at the Fastback Shootout on Sept. 8, when she turned in a stunning time of 11:33 to take first. But more importantly to her, she beat rival Hillary Hayes of Edison High School, who finished 18 seconds behind. She then went to Woodbridge and finished a strong sixth with a personal record of 16:55. Nunez was the dominant runner in the San Antonio League, earning MVP honors after sweeping several league meets and finishing first at league finals with a steady 18:11 time. She followed that up with a sixth-place finish in the Division II race at the CIF-SS championships with a time of 17:43. Nunez concluded the season with a 13th-place finish and a time of 18:26 at the state
Quotable: “The highlight for me was at the Woodbridge Invitational. I really wanted to use that (event as a barometer) and I was really pleased to run that 16:55.”

Coach of the year: Dave McKissick, South Hills

First Team
Marissa Horton, St. Lucy’s, Fr.
Liz Zuniga, South Hills, Jr.
Angela Tu, Wilson, Jr.
Lenore Moreno, West Covina, Sr.
Natalie Decamp, Charter Oak, So.

Second Team
Lauren Justus, Glendora, Jr.
Amanda Camarillo, South Hills, Jr.
Priscilla Llanos, Rowland, Fr.
Reina Sotelo, Los Altos, So.
Heather Jackson, Bonita, Fr.

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Boys Cross Country: Perez outran them all


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Runner of the year: Jason Perez
School: South El Monte
Grade: Sophomore
Notable: The sophomore enjoyed a breakout season and finished with a steady performance at the CIF-State championships. Perez, despite his youth, was the area’s lone qualifier to the state meet in Fresno, placing 31st in the Division III race with a solid run of 16 minutes, 20 seconds. His road to Fresno was paved by winning the
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Mission Valley League title and qualifying for the state meet by finishing 11th with a time of 15:44 at the CIF-Southern Section championships. He also had the best time of his career with a 15:26 earlier in the season.
Quotable: “I was so thrilled to race at (the state championships). It was amazing. It started a whole new chapter in my life. It was a super year, and I’m only a sophomore, so I think next year I have a good shot at winning (a state title).”

Coach of the year: Sonia Ayala, South El Monte

First Team
Andrew Centeno, South El Monte, Sr.
Thomas Finnigan, Glendora, Sr.
Brad Hernandez, Los Altos, Sr.
Eduardo Hernandez, Rowland, Sr.
Ricardo Rodriguez, La Puente, Sr.

Second Team
Sean Davidson, Walnut, Sr.
Joey Divizia, Glendora, Sr.
Randy Gonzalez, Bishop Amat, Sr.
Micah Ramos, Western Christian, Sr.
Simon Wong, Arroyo, Sr.

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Is Roche really done? It sure sounds like it

By Pete Marshall, Bulletin Staff Writer
CHINO HILLS – This time, Terry Roche said, he’s really done.
Roche announced his resignation as Chino Hills High School football coach and apparently ended one of the most successful head coaching careers in the area.
Roche, 56, will remain at the school as a work experience teacher, although he plans to retire from teaching in the next few years.
“I’m just getting a little bit older,” Roche said. “And I’m not as passionate as I’d like to be. I figured it’s time. It’s been a great seven years.”
Roche is the only head football coach the school has known since it opened with freshmen only in 2001.
In five varsity seasons at Chino Hills, Roche compiled a 39-15-1 record and took the Huskies to the playoffs four out of five years. The best season at Chino Hills was 2005, when the Huskies went 11-1. Chino Hills failed to make the playoffs in 2007.
Roche’s career record was 223-82-7, including stints at Chino Hills, Diamond Bar, Bellflower St. John Bosco, Ontario and Chowchilla high schools.
At Diamond Bar, Roche won four CIF-Southern Section titles, in 1984, ’95, ’98 and ’99, three of which were perfect 14-0 seasons. His Diamond Bar teams had a 27-game win streak in 1984-85 and a 26-game win streak in 1999-2000.
He stepped down after Diamond Bar lost in the 2000 CIF-SS semifinals to eventual champion Upland.
“That time, I left the door open (for a return),” Roche said. “It’s not open any more.”
Roche initially was only helping Chino Hills with the search for a new coach, but then became a candidate.
The only door Roche said will remain open is that of an assistant coach, if the new coach wants Roche to help.
“Coach Roche has built a solid program and never had a losing season here at Chino Hills High School,” Chino Hills principal Carl Hampton said in a statement. “We are grateful to him for all that he has brought to the program and our students. We look forward to having him continue to serve on our staff.”
Roche would like to have input on the hiring of a new coach and said he expected one or more of his assistants to apply.
“I’d hope I’d have a little bit of input,” he said. “You never know. I just want to spend more time with my grandchildren.”
He said there are no serious health issues, but Roche did admit the heat during August and September practices got to him.
“I had to get out of the heat a couple of times and I had a hard time breathing,” Roche said.
He said he initially told Chino Hills he would give the school five years. The thought of stepping down entered his mind early this season.
Roche also sees the sport changing, with teams opting for a spread offense.
“If I was 10 or 15 years younger, I’d be more willing to (change offenses),” Roche said. “I think four or five years down the road, that’s what people are going to.”
But Roche said he knows it would be hard to quit cold turkey.
“I wouldn’t want to do it full-time, but I’d like to help out at game time or part-time,” Roche said. “These are wonderful kids.”

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Boys Water Polo: Schofield earns top honors


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Player of the year: Nick Schofield
School: Damien
Grade: Senior
Position: Two-meter
Notable: Schofield enjoyed a banner season in leading the Spartans to another Sierra League championship. He ranked among the area leaders in goals and assists and did it while being the focal point of the opposition’s defensive game plan. The Spartans were ranked in the CIF-Southern Section Division III Top 5 most of the season before finishing the season with a tough 10-9 setback to South Pasadena in the quarterfinals. Schofield’s postseason honors included being named Sierra League MVP and earning All-CIF-SS for the second consecutive year, following up last season’s third-team selection with a first-team honor.
Quotable: “I’m grateful for everything. I put a lot of hard work in, and it all paid off in the end. I was surprised to (be named player of the year).”

Coach of the Year: Lani Ruh, Walnut

First Team
Gilbert Bonilla, Los Altos, Sr.
Brendan Cheng, Walnut, Sr.
Jeff Davis, Bonita, Sr.
Brian Donohoe, Damien, Jr.
Jeff Hoover, Bonita, Sr.
Jordan Rivas, Charter Oak, Sr.
Anthony Wade, San Dimas, Sr.

Second Team
Doug Carter, Damien, Sr.
Joey Convertino, Bonita, Sr.
Matthew Morales, Walnut, Jr.
Tommy Pacheco, Damien, Jr.
Michael Ruiz, La Puente, Sr.
Tyler Watkins, Rowland, Jr.
Steve Wosman, Rowland, Sr.

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Girls Volleyball: Esquivel leads the way


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Player of the year: Jade Esquivel, Los Altos
School: Los Altos
Grade: Senior
Position: Outside hitter
Notable: Esquivel helped the Conquerors enjoy one of their strongest campaigns in recent years. Los Altos earned a share of the Miramonte League title with Bonita and advanced to the second round of the CIF-Southern Section playoffs, finishing with a 22-10 record. Esquivel, the focal point of most opponents’ game plans, averaged nearly four kills per game. She also had the incredible knack of finding open space on the opposition’s side of the net, often when the defense appeared to be in perfect position. She also earned co-league MVP honors with Bonita’s Katy McCreery. She has yet to finalize her collegiate plans, but said she is leaning toward attending Cal State Los Angeles, where her mother was a volleyball standout.
Quotable: “It feels awesome (to be player of the year). I’ve been playing so long, so to finally be honored like this, it’s something I deserve.”

Coach of the year: Morgan Coberly, Bonita

First Team
Melissa Cole, Outside Hitter, Walnut, Sr.
Katy McCreery, Outside Hitter, Bonita, Sr.
Amanda Remy, Outside Hitter, St. Lucy’s, Sr.
Torrie Brown, Middle Blocker, Diamond Bar, Sr.
Melinda Gomez, Middle Blocker, South Hills, So.
Daniela Macias, Setter, Gladstone, Sr.

Second Team
Courtney Donaldson, Outside Hitter, Bonita, Jr.
Madison Horsely, Outside Hitter, San Dimas, Sr.
Cursty Jackson, Outside Hitter, Rowland, Sr.
Jazmen Russell, Middle Blocker, Los Altos, Fr.
Kelly Mort, Middle Blocker, South Hills, Sr.
Monique Sena, Setter, Bishop Amat, Sr.

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Tribune 2007 All-Area Football

Merry Christmas and best wishes to everyone during the holiday season. I’m only going to ask one thing, to be respectful with your comments. C’mon it’s Christmas, I know you can do it.


Above: Tribune player of the year, Dorian Wells. Reprints of the page can be purchased by visiting our website.

Player of the Year: Dorian Wells, South Hills
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Coach of the Year: Mark Pasquarella, Glendora
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First Team Offense
QB – Jose Garay, South El Monte, Jr.
RB – Tim Gilmore, Wilson, Jr.
RB – Chris Harris, Duarte, Sr
AP - Kanaan Snowden, Charter Oak, Sr.
WR - Andrew Romero, Wilson, Sr.
WR - Tommy Cogburn, South El Monte, Sr.
WR - Brandon Parham, South Hills, Sr.
OL - Nick Longoria, Los Altos, Sr.
OL - Austin Sefton, Glendora, Sr.
OL - Domanic Blanco, Charter Oak, Sr.
OL - Charles Cisneros, Diamond Ranch, Sr.
OL - Dominique Austin, Bishop Amat, Sr.
K - – Dejon Miller, Damien, Sr.

First Team Defense
DL - Kebin Umodu, South Hills, Sr.
DL - Drew Carreon, Charter Oak, Sr.
DL - Charles Shorts, Covina, Sr.
LB - Mike Howard, Charter Oak, Sr.
LB - Chad Young, Glendora, Sr.
LB - Damon Kuklinski, South Hills, Sr.
LB - Isaac Tucker, West Covina, Sr.
DB - Tanner Zylstra, Bonita, Sr.
DB - Michael Edwards, Glendora, Sr.
DB - Angel Acevedo, Baldwin Park, Sr.
SS - Ryan McMahon, Damien, Sr.
P - Nico Barbone, San Dimas, Jr.


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Second Team Offense
QB - Chris Allen, Charter Oak, Jr.
RB - Bryce Mahmud-McBride, Los Altos, Sr.
RB - Jake Vega, Glendora, Sr.
AP - Tra Sumler, Rosemead, Jr.
TE - Raymond Rodriguez, Los Altos, Sr.
WR - Mikey Harrell, Charter Oak, Sr.
WR - Manny Acosta, South El Monte, Sr.
OL - Jon Earnest, South Hills, Sr.
OL - Daniel Centeno, Arroyo, Sr.
OL - Carl Schmitz, Damien, Sr.
OL - Addison Bachman, Glendora, Sr.
OL - Hugo Zuniga, La Puente, Sr.
K - Jeremy Brown, Los Altos

Second Team Defense
DL - Oscar Molina, Baldwin Park, Sr.
DL - Bryan Bonilla, Diamond Ranch, Sr.
DL - Nick Padilla, Charter Oak, Sr.
LB - Wayne Goss, South Hills, Jr.
LB - Joseph Garcia, La Puente, Sr.
LB - Brent Seals, Bishop Amat, Jr.
LB - Bronze Withem, San Dimas, Sr.
DB - Jiovanni Mier, Bonita, Sr.
DB - Eric Glaster, South Hills, Sr.
DB - Sheldon Price, Bishop Amat, Jr.
DB - Ryan Henson, West Covina, Sr.
P - Nick Lenhart, Bishop Amat, Jr.

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They’re talking about us …

The Glendora High School newspaper wrote an article about this blog. I thought it was a fair discussion so I’m posting it. Like anything else, the negative stuff always grabs the headlines, that’s how it is. But I give Shield reporter Alex Moskowitz a lot of credit for running with this, and he did an excellent job of remaining impartial. By the way, did you know this website is banned at some schools and school districts because of its content (at least that’s what I’ve been told). Administrators don’t want students wasting school time reading all this stuff, and I don’t blame them. It’s probably the right thing to do. Students who want this will go home and read it and comment anyway. So again, be careful about what you post. Think before you hit send. For all the great comments we read on these blogs, it’s the stupid and unnecessary comments that will always grab the attention. It’s the world we live in.

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Football: Tribune All-Area on Christmas Day

It’s coming, the Tribune All-Area football package, which will include a short video from every player selected to the team. In the following days we’ll also have all-area packages for girls volleyball, girls tennis, boys water polo and cross country. Thanks to all of you for making the fall season a memorable one, and wishing everyone a wonderful Christmas weekend and Happy New Year. And for all you football honks, following All-Area will be an early look at the 2008 top ten poll, followed by top returning quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, etc. I’m sure there’s enough to talk about until spring football rolls around.

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Wrestling: Northview on top; Williams the top dog

I know, I know, this is a wrestling town. I’m watching the Mayweather-Hatton fight the other night, and our host Joe took it as an opportunity to bug me all night about wrestling coverage. That’s what I get for going to an SC guys house. My roommate says he’s a former CIF champion who happens to be another Joe, though I can’t find his title anywhere in the record books. I’ll let him go on this, he’s too proud of that mythical title. But I know he’s still into it, he spent a free weekend at the Northview tournament. Who does that? Listen, I’m no stranger to wrestling, not after watching one of the greatest wrestling teams of all time in the San Gabriel Valley. The 1983 Ray Rodi coached Edgewood Trojans won the 2-A title and could have wrestled with anyone. We had Scott Schumm, the 132-pound state title winner whose letterman jacket was so decorated you just wanted to touch it. Those were the days when wrestling was King. Our wrestling matches were bigger than basketball, and that’s the truth. The stands were packed and the fans were loud. It was like those old-time wrestling movies. If you saw “Vision Quest” you know what I mean. Anyways, Steve Ramirez will keep a wrestling thread going once a week, and I’ll chime in too. I told him I think we need a weekly top ten at each wrestling weight and he said that will take some time to put together, but you can help keep us up to speed, that is if you show the same passion on these threads that you have for your sport.
Well, here goes, this is Steve’ preseason top five


Can’t touch this: South Hills’ Thomas Williams, the defending 112-pound state champion.

1. Northview
2. South Hills
3. Bishop Amat
4. Rosemead
5. San Dimas

Wrestling Preview

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Basketball rankings: Bonita moves to top on boys poll


Above: Bonita’s Robert Schmidt dropping two on Santa Fe in Alhambra tournament championship game.

Boys Basketball
1. Bonita (9-1)
Alhambra tourney champs should be considered Miramonte League favorites
2. Damien (9-3)
Great showing in And1 tourney; Austin Napolitano averaging 16 points and eight boards
3. Diamond Ranch (6-3)
Triple threat with Chris Cunningham, Ryan Kelly and Garrett Johnson
4. Nogales (9-3)
One of area’s hottest teams has won seven of last eight
5. Glendora (7-4)
Three-straight wins, but going to need more than just Dominic Tiger-Cortez
6. Diamond Bar (6-4)
Should give Damien a run for their money in Sierra
7. Northview (8-4)
Hard to digest how they lose such an ugly game, 28-25 to Alhambra
8. South Hills (7-1)
Okay, so it was just the Azusa tournament, but a title is a title
9. Walnut (7-3)
Love the overall record, but can’t escape the two blowout losses by more than 40 points
10. La Verne Lutheran (7-0)
Could go undefeated with a group of freshman and soph’s leading the way


Above: Amat’s Kristen McCarthy earned second straight tournament MVP honors after win over Monrovia in championship of Arroyo tourney on Monday.

Girls Basketball
1. Bishop Amat (8-0)
Arroyo tournament was too easy, let’s see how they do in Ayala tourney after Christmas
2. Covina (9-0)
If Colts win Rowland tournament next week, they will go undefeated until the playoffs
3. Diamond Ranch (7-4)
Obviously not the team they’ve been in recent years, but still one of area’s best
4. Wilson (8-2)
Coach Ed Bruynincx had a smile from ear to ear talking about this team
5. Walnut (6-3)
Ella Rodriguez doing it all as Mustangs the clear favorites to take San Antonio
6. Glendora (6-4)
Don’t look at the losses, look at the solid wins over Upland and Sonora
7. Azusa (5-1)
The early surprise of the season has a 46-40 win over South Hills on resume
8. South Hills (4-2)
Sophomore Melinda Gomez is already one of area’s best, but she needs help
9. Sierra Vista (4-4)
Should be better than this, but to be fair, all four losses were to quality teams with winning records
10. South El Monte (5-3)
You win three straight and have a winning record, you should be in top ten

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Football: Quick look ahead at South Hills for 2008

I’ve seen a lot of discussion on the blog about who South Hills will and will not play. No, they’re not playing Bishop Amat, though it was a game briefly discussed. And yes, they will play Northview, and …. Duarte, coach Wardell Crutchfield is finally stepping and playing the big boys like we’ve all asked.

South Hills 2008
Week Zero: Either Crespi or St. Francis. It looks like Crespi, but either game would be a great way to open the season. This could be Los Altos too.
Game 2: Ayala. A great match-up against the feel good story of the year from the Sierra League.
Game 3: La Habra. A rematch against the Southeast champ, and the only team to knock the Huskies around this season.
Game 4: Duarte. Would have been a bigger game this season, but give the Falcons credit for calling around and scheduling this.
Game 5: Northview: Word on the street is the Vikings feel this is their best team in a decade, and wanted this one against an old rival.
Game 6: Rosemead: This will be tough too. They’ve got Tra Sumler, who will be one of the best senior backs next season.

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Mission Valley League: Big-time Cogburn named MVP

Player of the Year: Tommy Cogburn, South El Monte
Back of the Year: Jose Garay, South El Monte
Lineman of the year: Daniel Centeno, Arroyo High School

Above: South El Monte cleaned up with ten first-team honors

First Team offense
QB: Jose Garay, South El Monte
RB: Jonathan Mendoza, South El Monte
RB: Luke Ayala, El Monte
RB: Tra Sumler, Rosemead
WR: Manny Acosta, South El Monte
WR: Tommy Cogburn, South El Monte
TE: Mike Sotelo, Arroyo
OL: Joel Talavera, South El Monte
OL: Robert Cedeno, South El Monte
OL: Richard Lopez, Rosemead
OL: Carlos Chacon, South El Monte
OL: Andrew Oveido, Rosemead

First Team Defense
DB: Neiko Padilla, South El Monte
DB: Luis Illescas, El Monte
DB: Justin Fregoso, Rosemead
DL: Daniel Centeno, Arroyo
DL: Andrew Barrera, South El Monte
DL: Joseph Eddy, Rosemead
DE: Juan Perez, South El Monte
DE: Roland Penaloza, Arroyo
LB: Tra Sumler, Rosemead
LB: Davie Padilla, South El Monte
LB: Cesar Chavez, Rosemead
LB: Julio Tena, El Monte

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Montview League: Harris, Garcia share top honors

Offensive MVP: Chris Harris, Duarte
Defensive MVP: Joseph Garcia, La Puente
Lineman of the year: Hugo Zuniga, La Puente


Above: Duarte’s Chris Harris named offensive MVP

First Team Offense
QB: Austin Goldsmith, Duarte
RB: Marco Negrete, Azusa
RB: Robert Cruz, La Puente
RB: Steve Barrientos, La Puente
RB: Alonzo Webb, Bassett
WR: Rauley Zaragoza, Azusa
WR: Brandon Castaneda, Duarte
WR: Carlos Rios, La Puente
WR: Daniel Limon, Sierra Vista
TE: Steven Arceo, Azusa
TE: Angel Ontiveros, Sierra Vista
OL: Alberto De La Cruz, La Puente
OL: Javier Gallardo, Azusa
OL: Kevin Gonzalez, La Puente
OL: Abraham Gama, Azusa
OL: David Zarazua, Sierra Vista
OL: Carlos Aguirre, Bassett
PK: Andy Vasquez, Duarte


Above: La Puente’s Joseph Garcia named defensive MVP, but it shown carrying the ball here.

First Team Defense
DB: Darius Reese, Duarte
DB: Richard Gurrola, Gladstone
DB: Gabriel Ortiz, La Puente
DB: Steven Barrientos, La Puente
DB: Carlos Ruiz, La Puente
LB: Steven Arceo, Azusa
LB: Sean Gatlin, Duarte
LB: Austin Goldsmith, Duarte
LB: Chris Harris, Duarte
LB: Fabian Otton, Gladstone
LB: Michael Villa, Gladstone
DL: Abraham Gama, Azusa
DL: Chris Benavides, Duarte
DL: Adam Ortega, Gladstone
DL: Ezikiel Aguilar, La Puente
DL: Kevin Gonzalez, La Puente

Final Tally:
La Puente (12 first team selections)
Duarte (9 first team selections)
Azusa (7 first team selections)
Gladstone (4 first team selections)
Sierra Vista (2 first team selections)
Bassett (2 first team selections)
Workman (0 first team selections)
Note: Workman should of at least been given one first-team nominee.

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Is steroids a problem in high school sports?


Thursday’s Mitchell Report linked several of today’s prominent players to using steroids, like Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, and even hometown heroes like Mark McGwire (Damien) and Jason Giambi (South Hills). Giambi admitted to using steroids months ago, and Huskies baseball coach Kevin Smith said he would love to have Giambi come back and talk to his players about the negative effects of using steroids. But seriously, how prevalent is steroid use in high school sports today? Do you suspect high school players, do you know of anyone or have you heard of anyone using it. You won’t be allowed to name names here, but your observations and discussions are welcome.

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Sierra League: Edwards stands above them all

Player of the Year: Michael Edwards, Glendora, WR/DB
Offensive player of the year: Matt Baca, Ayala QB
Defensive player of the year: Chad Young, Glendora, LB

Above: Sierra League player of the year Michael Edwards looking mighty intimidating.

First Team offense
QB: Taylor Fallon, Chino
RB: Victor McDowell, Ayala
RB: David Garcia, Chino
RB: MIchael Harris, Chino Hills
RB: Jake Vega, Glendora
FB: Daniel Lopez, Chino Hills
TE: Corey Harkey, Chino Hills
WR: David Quiroga, Ayala
WR: Ramel Rose, Chino
WR: Damon Baca, Ayala
WR: Kyle Warren, Diamond Bar
Guards: Ryan Noriega, Glendora
Guards: Wesley Galaz, Damien
Center: Austin Sefton, Glendora
Tackles: Carl Schmitz, Damien
Tackles: Addison Bachman, Glendora
Kicker: DeJon Miller, Damien

First Team Defense
DB: Derek Brandon, Ayala
DB: Sammy Reyna, Chino Hills
DB: Alex Koprcina, Damien
DB: Reggie Young, Glendora
DL: Eric Villanueva, Ayala
DL: Cory Harkey, Chino Hills
DL: Jake Salter, Damien
DL: Chris Kovar, Glendora
DL: Garrett Bowdry, Glendora
DE: Ryan McMahon, Damien
DE: Robert Horn, Glendora
LB: Kevin Estipular, Ayala
LB: Wade O’Neal, Chino Hills
LB: Kenny Dominguez, Damien
LB: Mikey Niles, Glendora

Final Tally:
Glendora (11 first team selections)
Damien (7 first team selections)
Ayala (7 first team selections)
Chino Hills (6 first team selections)
Chino (3 first team selections)
Diamond Bar (1 first team selection)

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