Former La Canada boys soccer coach and LAFC Chelsea president Don Sheppard gambles $2 million to make dream happen

Above: LAFC Chelsea founder Don Sheppard with his coaching staff Josh Henderson (left), Teddy Chronopoulos (center) and Lorrie Fair (right), at the Rose Bowl.

By Fred J. Robledo Staff Writer
– Forget a carwash or raffle tickets – that’s peanuts compared to the fundraiser Don Sheppard is staging for one of the biggest and most respected youth club soccer programs in the country. When organizers of the inaugural World Football Challenge asked him if he would like to be involved financially, Sheppard, president of the La Canada Flintridge-based Los Angeles Futbol Club Chelsea, weighed the risks and rewards of a lifelong dream for his club program.
Professional soccer powers Chelsea, Club America, AC Milan and Inter Milan will compete in the World Football Challenge, a series of six matches to be held from July 19-26 throughout the United States.

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Kurt Davies named athletic director at Diamond Bar; J.T. Cameron leaves to Corona Santiago

Diamond Bar athletic director J.T. Cameron is leaving after five years at the school to become the assistant principal and athletic director at Santiago High School in Corona, where he resides. Kurt Davies has been named the new athletic director at Diamond Bar. Davies was an assistant coach with the football and baseball teams. “I truly enjoyed my time here at Diamond Bar high school,” Cameron said. “Being closer to home, this was an opportunity I couldn’t pass up.”

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Steve Ramirez spends the day with Michael Young and talks about his generous donation

“I was born and raised in Covina, and I will never forget that. I will never forget where I came from. I thought it was the right thing to do. I thought I was in position to lend a helping hand, and I was more than happy to do it. Obviously, it was a very tragic situation, and anytime something like that happens close to where I grew up, it hits home — Texas Rangers third baseman and former Bishop Amat standout Michael Young on his 10,000 donation that helped raise money for the Ortega Family following the Christmas Eve Massacre

By Steve Ramirez
- Michael Young has made it.
He’s been able to fulfill his childhood dream and transcend his roots to become a Major League Baseball All-Star. But even though the Texas Rangers third baseman now lives in Dallas, he’s never forgotten that Covina, and the Valley, still is home. He made that clear earlier this year by donating $10,000 to a fundraiser put on by baseball programs at Northview, Covina, Charter Oak and South Hills high schools to lend support to the Ortega family, which lost several members in the Christmas Eve massacre.

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Wilson Football Camp on Saturday

Wilson Football camp news from coach Brian Zavala: We would like to invite kids to participate in our Youth Skills Camp on Saturday, June 18 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The skills camp is designed to improve your strength, speed, agility, and conditioning in preparation for your football season. You also will be learning the Wilson Football Defensive and Offensive systems. The Wilson High School Football Staff and players will take a hands-on approach in guiding your son through their fieldwork and drills. Youth Coaches are welcome to watch. T-shirt and lunch provided for each participant. I Look forward to meeting and working with you!
Note: The cost is $40, for more information, contact coach Zavala at 626-672-6007

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Don’t expect the San Gabriel Valley to receive national recognition anytime soon

ESPN’s rise magazine lists the top 50 high school athletic programs in the country. Mater Dei (2), Loyola (4), Long Beach Poly (6), Mira Costa (11) and Long Beach Wilson (12) are in the top 12. Bishop Amat is the closest thing we have to making this list, but they were not included in the top 50. Can they ever crack a list like this? Is this a level the Lancers should be at or strive for? Is there any school in the San Gabriel Valley with a chance to reach national recognition? My honest thoughts are no, as long as most San Gabriel Valley teams compete in lower-level divisions, it won’t happen.

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Breaking News: The rumors are true, Workman’s Cezar Guerrero is headed back to St. John Bosco

Cezar Guerrero, the highly touted sophomore guard who transferred to Workman after his freshman year at St. John Bosco, is returning to St. John Bosco his junior season according to Workman coach Martin Flores. After posting highlights of Guerrero last week, commenters wrote in saying Guerrero was seen practicing on different summer league teams, and Flores finally confirmed the rumors this afternoon. “We just got his transfer papers,” Flores said. “I didn’t speak to Cezar but the way I look at it, people choose their own path and do what is best for them. He obviously felt this was the right thing for him to do, so we wish him the best and we will focus on what we have coming back.” Guerrero, the area’s best young prospect since Glendora’s Cameron Murray and one of the top soph’s in the country according to several recruiting publications, averaged a Valley best 27 points. He led the Lobos to an undefeated run to the Montview league title and a 20-6 overall mark. This is Guerrero’s third school in three years, though technically he is returning to where he originally started. He filed a financial hardship to attend Workman — was denied by CIF — then won an appeal. Whether he will be allowed to return to St. John Bosco without penalty will be up to CIF-SS officials.

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New Fiesta Bowl format is more attractive

The third annual Fiesta Bowl will have a different flavor on Saturday at 7 p.m. at Whittier College and a format change that matches the Inland Empire against Los Angeles County senior all-stars. Wait, didn’t that already happen? The format is similar to the “Gridiron War” held a few weeks back at Long Beach City College, which also matched the Inland Empire against L.A. County in a game that ended with 11 minutes remaining after a fight broke out between the teams. The ending of that one should make Saturday’s game interesting, especially with the L.A. County team comprised mostly of players from the San Gabriel Valley and Whittier.

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Just Tribbin: Love him or hate him, Whitlock speaks out of his mind on Serena Williams

I don’t know what you do during the summer to keep busy, I’m constantly on Lakers blogs waiting for Lamar Odom to sign, watching the Dodgers and playing golf. Thursday I’m caddying for my cousin Carlos at Empire Lakes in a Golden State tour event, and next week I’m on vacation (don’t worry Stevie R., is here to update the blogs). On my way to work this morning I was listening to sports talk guys discussing FoxSports’ Jason Whitlock’s controversial column on Serena Williams, which was completely over the top and sexist, but that’s Whitlcok. He’s like a sports fans Howard Stern. If you thought T.J. Simers spoke his mind, he’s got nothing on this guy. The last time I read Whitlock, he was vilifying Dirk Nowitski’s ex-girlfriend. Love him or hate him, he’s an award-winning columnist who gets away with saying whatever he wants. Here is the latest from Whitlock on Steve McNair

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Damien and South Hills football camps … If you want your camp posted, send it to me

Damien Camp: Damien High School is conducting a football clinic on Friday at Saturday at Damien High School for kids in first through seventh grades. The skills camp is $60 and includes a t-shirt and instruction from Damien coaches, including four-time CIF champion Greg Gano, who is in his first year with the Spartans. The camp will run 4-7 p.m. on Friday, and 8-11 a.m. on Saturday. For more information contact Damien at 909-596-1946.

South Hills Football Camp on Friday, 4-7 p.m.
Cost: $30.00 (If pre-registered by July 3rd); $40.00 if you pay on the day of the camp. Camp T-Shirts will be given to the first 50 players to pre-register. Press Release says: What better way to get your kids ready for the upcoming football season than to spend a day with four-time CIF Champion Head Coach Steve Bogan and his staff as they teach you the fundamentals of championship football. The philosophy of the camp is “We are going to emphaize: (1) doing smart things, (2) the right way, (3) with great effort, (4) together.” For more information call the football office at 626-974-6214.

St. Paul Camp release: The Marijon Ancich Youth Football Camp is open to boys and girls ages 6-14 and will work on building football fundamentals. Campers will learn individual and team techniques on both offense and defense. Sessions on flexibility, speed, agility and quickness are included. Each day the camper will receive on-the-field instruction from the best coaching staff in the area. The camp is in session July 17-19, and will be held at St. Paul High School. Registration for the camp is $60 for individuals ($45 per player attending as part of a team) and includes a Camp T-shirt and lunch on Saturday and Sunday. Ask about our team and family discounts.For more info, go to the St. Paul camp website.

Baseball tryouts: This year the SGV Baseball program is hosting the Baseball Resource showcase at Maverick field in West Covina. It will be on July 25 and 26. It is game format. If you know of any top player that you feel is a prospect, get in contact with us. The cost is $90.00 per player. This event is primarily for ’10 graduates but we will take a top ’11 player. Team will consist of LA, OC and IE. We are looking to do a SD area team or a ’11 team also. They can get more information at If you have questions call 323-791-9981.

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It’s a good thing Edison is near the beach, South Hills will need a place to cool off afterward

The Edison Passing Tournament in Huntington Beach is one of the best, and why not, you’re near the beach, right? South Hills did well in this last year with Cameron Deen, but I’m not so sure about this year. Look at this lineup of teams.

Pool A – Tesoro, South Hills, Centennial Corona, JSerra
Pool B – Valencia/Valencia, Mater Dei, Crespi, Mission Hills
Pool C – Carlsbad, Los Alamitos, Oaks Christian, Foothill
Pool D - La Habra, Edison, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, Chaparral

When: Saturday at Edison High School, Huntington Beach
Note: Pool-play games are 9, 10 and 11 a.m, the championship round begins at 1 p.m., then its off to the beach for appetizers.

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Football is not over, the Fiesta Bowl at Whittier College on Saturday has a local flavor

What: Third Annual Fiesta Bowl
All Star High School Football Game
Who: Los Angeles County vs. Inland Empire
Where: Whittier College
When: Saturday, 7 p.m.

Rowland’s Brandon Stansell changed the momentum of the Hall of Fame game with his last second punt return to end the half, leading the East to victory. What will he do for an encore in the Fiesta?

Last year I made a big deal out of the Fiesta Bowl playing the same weekend as the Hall of Fame game because it watered down both games. This year was much better, having the games two weeks apart. this should be great, L.A. County vs the Inland Empire. My first thoughts are the I.E. should crush them, that is if you listen to the Scouting Guru. But the County team is legit, check out the rosters by clicking the thread. Locally for the County team, West Covina’s Albert Cid (OL), Bishop Amat’s Joseph Guerrero (OL), Los Altos’ Jorge Perez (DB), Rowland’s Brandon Stansell (RB/DB), Rosemead’s Tra Sumler (RB), and Duarte’s trio of
Durriae Williams (WR), Tim Starr (OL), and Desmond Hayes (DB) are all playing

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Yes to Artest, the Lakers get a steal

Look down a few threads, I said if Ariza and his poker-playing agent wanted to play games with the Lakers, they should go after Ron Artest if he’s available, and now it appears they have him. As much as I like Trevor, Artest is a better player offensively, defensively, and gives the Lakers more toughness. They have two of thee best perimeter defenders in the league, and the big three inside of Gasol, Bynum and hopefully Odom. Even though the Lakers won a championship, I never felt good about standing pat while other teams got better. This makes them better.

Artest won over Houston, will he do it in L.A.

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Boys Swimming All Area: Damien’s Conner Luster and coach Andrew Gates take top honors

Swimmer of the year: Conner Luster, Damien, Jr.
Coach of the year: Andrew Gates, Damien
First Team
Michael Sanchez, Glendora, Sr.
Aaron Woods, Damien, Sr.
Alex Huang, Rowland, Jr.
Henry Shieh, San Dimas, Jr.
Danny Lam, Sierra Vista, Fr.
Carlos Ibanez, Damien, Jr.
Phillip Chan, Rowland, Jr.
Michael Joyce, Charter Oak, jr.
Brad Quarto, Bonita, Sr.
Nick Phan, Walnut, Jr.
Second Team
Cody Moore, San Dimas, Sr. , Dylan Rudy, Charter Oak, Sr, Eric Ting, Wilson, So., Bennet Yuan, Diamond Bar, Fr., Brad Thompson, Chartr Oak, Jr., Jason Haney, Damien, Fr., Brian Donohoe, Damien, Sr., Matt Johnson, Charter Oak, Sr., Matthew Morales, Walnut, Sr., Johnny Beal, Damien, So.

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Slam Online wrote a good piece on Workman’s Cezar Guerrero, the SGV’s hottest prospect

Words by Justin Walsh from Slam Online ..Cezar Guerrero is one persistent, unrelenting guard. Call him cocky, call him headstrong, call him what you want, but stubborn might be the most appropriate. “Every single time, every single game, they always feel like if they go at me they get to make shine for themselves, but I won’t let them; I’m too stubborn, too hard headed and too hard-nosed. They’ll never get a game against me, I am too competitive.” Said one scout in the story …His length is solid for the “one”, but it’s his speed and quickness that separates him from most point guards his age. He is an absolute blur in the open court and yet has the ability to stop on a dime and nail the pull-up jump shot. You can also read ESPN’s scouting report, which lists UCLA as a school he’s considering. In the brief conversation I had with him during the season, he mentioned he’s always been a big fan of UCLA.

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Question: Whose 14 major titles are more impressive, Tiger Woods’ or Roger Federer’s?

I’m in this argument constantly with my high school buddy Andre Marshall, who incidentally or accidentally as I like to tease him, won the Valle Vista league tennis title and went undefeated three years in a row while we were at Edgewood. So you know where his heart is, with Federer, who I call the Larry Holmes of tennis, because the era is so weak. Where are the serve and volleyers? Where are all the great names? If Rafael Nadal is to Federer what Agassi and several others were to Sampras then heck, Federer isn’t even the best of his generation, he’s 7-13 all-time against Nadal. What tennis folks fail to understand is that for Tiger Woods to win a major, he has to be better than the 100-plus in the tournament, and he can’t control what they shoot, that’s why winning a major in golf is so much tougher than winning in tennis, where the best players dominate all the time, not part of the time or a fraction of the time. Federer gets to go head-to-head with his opponents, win seven matches and can control what his opponents do. All Tiger can control is what he does, and if someone gets hot, there is nothing he can do about it. I could go on and on, but what do you think?

Golf may not be as athletic as tennis, but you can certainly be more creative ….By the way, I got this shot

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Did anyone watch Tuesday night’s passing league with Bishop Amat, Charter Oak, South Hills and host Upland?

When I first approached Bishop Amat coach Steve Hagerty Tuesday night, his first words were, “This is for you,” in regards to the exhibition passing league round-robin with Bishop Amat, Charter Oak, South Hills and host Upland. Obviously Hags is reading the blogs and knows how much we want to see these schools play each other in real fall football games, but this will do for now. South Hills coach Steve Bogan echoed the same. “We know this is great for sportswriters and players, and that’s fine, it’s a great night and people are enjoying it. The way I look at it, you’re going to get better if you play Bishop Amat, Upland and Charter Oak. It can only make you a better team, it can’t hurt you.”

Above: Who will replace Chris Allen?

…There was no need to keep scores since teams weren’t exactly conforming to normal passing league rules, but Charter Oak appeared to have the most impact players and outscored each team it faced. Receivers AJ Powell and Denis Rufus were everywhere on both sides of the ball, but the quarterback competition is what it’s all about so lets start there. I’m no Guru, but based on one night, I really liked sophomore Travis Santiago with junior Josiah Thropay a close second. Then I took a look at senior Kyle Brown and left thinking he could start on a lot of teams too. Thropay started at Monrovia, but left during his freshman year for Bishop Amat, where he worked out last spring and summer before transferring to Charter Oak his sophomore year. “It gave (Thropay) a year to watch Chris, learn our offense and see what it’s all about,” Chargers coach Lou Farrar said. “He’s very talented, he just needs game experience. (Travis) will only be a sophomore and has the longest time with us. I’m sure he will inherit the job by the time he’s a senior but he will have the chance to earn it now. We had an older starting quarterback in Drew Carreon a few years back and replaced him with Chris Allen when was just a sophomore. Chris went 33-2 as a starter, so we won’t hesitate to make the moves that are necessary to win. Fortunately, we have a healthy dose of running backs in our backfield, so that will help us ease our quarterbacks along.”

Above: Jerry McClanahan.

Hagerty will have a tough decision to make. Jerry McClanahan is the returning senior starter but I came away believing that sophomore Rio Ruiz has the most potential. It may very well come down to how much Ruiz can grasp in a short time, and how he reacts to a real live situation under the lights in September.
Hagerty on McClanahan – “I know there are a lot people in the San Gabriel Valley don’t think much of him, but I would take him over a lot of people. He does all the little things well, and he’s such a competitor. He has savvy and he makes stuff happen. There are a lot of quarterbacks who can throw, but they don’t bring all the intangibles he does. That separates him from a lot of guys.”
Hagerty on Ruiz – “He’s a good football player who happens to play quarterback. He has a confidence about him, he’s athletically gifted, smart and knows the game. He does a lot of things naturally that a lot of kids struggle to do naturally. We’re in no hurry to make a decision, things will eventually evolve like they did last year and we will do what is best for our program. But regardless of what happens, they will both be on the field somewhere.”

Above: Shown here as a sophomore, Shirley will not play for South Hills his senior year.

South Hills will not have Jacob Shirley in the fall. The onetime West Covina QB has decided to concentrate solely on baseball. The Huskies also once had Chris Wilson, who left for St. Paul, and Santiago, who left for Charter Oak. But Bogan isn’t panicking, explaining that either sophomore Vincent Hernandez or junior Brock Booth will be more than capable. Both looked solid and shaky at times. After their first reps I liked Hernandez, then changed my mind to Booth later in the night. By the time I left, neither stood out over the other

Bogan on both QBs: “It’s been fun watching them grow and develop,” Bogan said. “You just have to let them compete the rest of the summer. You know what competition does in business, it does the same thing in athletics.”

Quote of the night comes from Farrar in regards to how passing leagues help prepare for the fall. “Playing in your underwear doesn’t prove anything,” he said. “You have teams practicing summer stuff that they don’t do in the fall. You also always worry about kids getting hurt when they play as fast and as competitive as they do. It’s barely July, you have to be careful.” There was some truth to that, South Hills sophomore Jamie Canada tweaked his knee and needed a trainer. He was done the rest of the night.

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No more hot dogs and hamburgers? C’mon not entirely, but you have to love life after 40

When you’re young your health is like a new car, low maintenance, oil-changes and a tune-up now and then. Now that I passed 40, I feel like a car with a lot of mileage on it. You still have to change the oil (which essentially means more exercise), but you have to keep tabs on the major parts too, which brings me to my recent post-40 physical. Everything checked out alright except the darn cholesterol. Telling a sportswriter to cutback on hotdogs, hamburgers, french fries and all the other stuff we love to eat is like telling a teenager to cutback on cell phones and text messaging. But I’m determined so any eating tips are welcome, and if you see me at a game during the fall, don’t allow me anywhere near the snack bar unless Turkey Burgers suddenly became popular :)

BTW, this has nothing to do with anything, except it is one of my favorite all-time movie scenes ever.

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Girls Track: Dunn earns third straight track athlete of the year; Romero coach of the year

Girls track athlete of the year: Karynn Dunn, Diamond Ranch
Girls track coach of the year: Jason Romero, Diamond Ranch
First Team
Kylie Price, Bishop Amat, So.
Uchechi Anunkor, Charter Oak, Sr.
Sierra Brooks, Charter Oak, Sr.
Sarah Barnum, St. Lucy’s, So.
Taylor Bernhard, West Covina, So.
Shannon McKee, San Dimas, So.
Alexis Brown, St. Lucy’s, Sr.
Vanessa Lopez, Rowland, So.
Marissa Horton, St. Lucy’s, So.
Robin Hannah, Diamond Ranch, Sr.
Second team: Jessica Mendez, West Covina, Jr., Erika Kalmar, San Dimas, Jr., Franceline Almanza, Bishop Amat, Fr., Jessica Deroux, West Covina, Jr., Angel Tsai, Walnut, Jr., Ifeoma Kpaduwa, Diamond Bar, So., Onyekachi Onyiah, West Covina, Sr., Candace Williams, South Hills, Fr., Kristina Bormann, West Covina, Sr.

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Driving to work this morning, all they were talking about was 13-year-old football player Evan Berry verballing Tennessee

A 13-year-old football player commits to Tennessee, “It’s the only college I know right now and it seems the best for me,” Evan Berry told “My dad went there and my brother is there now. I know I can do the same things there. I have a real friendly relationship with the coaches there. I know I don’t know them too well but I know I will have plenty of time to get to know them.”
Fred says: Is it really that big of a deal? I mean, there are six, seven and eight year olds training four and five hours a day in skating and gymnastics all over the country in hopes of making Olympic teams ten years from now. There are kids the same age working vigorously to be the next 16-year-old Wimbledon sensation. There are child actors working more than you and me and going to school. It’s just a verbal, nothing is binding until his junior season. The kid will probably change his mind 100 times before then, so I don’t see the need to get all worked up over this. Now, coaches recruiting kids at his age is a different story entirely, but a kid making a verbal when he’s 13 because his dad and brother went to school there is not a big deal at all.

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Thanks Mates, Northview sweeps the boys from down under, winning friends instead of trophies

By Steve Ramirez
- It’s nothing new to see the Northview High School baseball team playing a game in the summer. But the opponent Tuesday was noticeably different. Tyler Grijalva had three hits and two RBIs as the host Vikings completed a three-game exhibition series against the Australia Expos with a 7-4 victory. But the experience outweighed the wins for Northview, which also scored victories on Saturday and Sunday.
“When we set this up, we thought it be would fun,” said Northview coach Darren Murphy, who received an Australian flag from the Expos after the game Tuesday. “We’ve never had an experience like this, playing Australians. But one of the things I like to do is give the kids a new experience. I gave myself one too. It’s pretty emotional. Our kids got really close to these kids in three days. It was a cool experience.”

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If Odom and Ariza aren’t willing to take hometown discounts, the Lakers need to strike while options like Artest are available

While the Lakers dive into free agency today, everyone is gaga over the idea of having to sign Lamar Odom and Trevor Ariza. San Antonio added Richard Jefferson to the “Big Three,” and Shaq is with Cleveland and James on a team that won 67 games last year, so you have to continue to look at ways to get better. If Ariza is asking for more than mid-level money, would you go after Ron Artest for a multi-year mid-level deal instead? Artest’s agent is saying today the Lakers are a team he would consider. How about Amare Stoudamire’s Twitter this morning, saying he would take less money to join the Lakers and win a championship. Maybe he’s joking, but would a deal for Jordan Farmar and Andrew Bynum make the Lakers better? I think the one guy you want to keep is Lamar Odom, you don’t want him going to a competitor and pushing them over the top, and he brings too many intangibles to the table. But if available, I would make the moves for Artest and Stoudamire, both are young and both make your team better? How does a lineup like this look: Fisher, Kobe, Artest, Stoudamire and Gasol with Odom, Sasha, Walton, and Brown off the bench.

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Boys Track: Bishop Amat’s Sheldon Price and Dan Lodolo earn All-Area’s biggest honors

Track athlete of the year, Sheldon Price, Bishop Amat
Track coach of the year, Dan Lodolo, Bishop Amat
First Team
Joez Baez, Diamond Bar, Sr.
Edward Bonilla, La Puente, Sr.
Taylor Herrera, Damien, Sr.
Darien Johnson, Bishop Amat, Jr
Jayson Perez, South El Monte, Jr.
Chris Ramsey, Glendora, Sr.
Eric Rogers, Charter Oak, Sr.
Aaron Stockham, Glendora, Jr.
Scott Severin, Covina, Jr.
Graham Vickers, Diamond Ranch, Sr.
Second Team: Corey Bullock, Glendora, Sr; Austin Goodheart, Glendora, Jr.; Greg Greenwell, Damien, Jr.; Koree Hines, Diamond Ranch, Jr., Ricky Johnson, West Covina, Jr., Jared Jones, Diamond Ranch, Jr., Beejay Lee, West Covina, So, Samuel Rockwood, Diamond Bar, Sr., Brian Luc, Rosemead, Sr., Jacob Vowels, Damien, Jr.

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