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Schools that need new stadiums for Christmas


Los Altos girls soccer coach Chris Reeder complaining about the field conditions again … at least I think that’s what he’s complaining about.

1. Los Altos – The worst field in the Valley, especially after it rains. If it wasn’t for the colorful blue and red stands, it would be a complete mess. It’s just old, even the lights are in a bad spot. It reminds me of the old Edgewood high field we use to play on, rock hard in the winter with more uneven surfaces than the moon.
2. Wilson — Is there a pattern here? The Wildcats’ field might be worse than Los Altos, but the stadium gives it an edge over its rival. You know, there was once a deal in place that after La Puente got its new field turf surface that Los Altos and Wilson would soon follow. When, In 2020?
3. Mountain View — More of a problem for its futbol team than its football team. You can’t have one of the best boys soccer teams this century playing on that gigantic crown they call a field. A few years ago they almost had a playoff game postponed because they had to fill in a sand pit that runs along the sideline. Terrible. And by the way, Mountain View beat super power Salesian in soccer recently, so give it up for that.
4. Bishop Amat: Nobody is complaining about the charm of Kiefer or the intimacy it provides for its fans, but at some point the turf situation needs to be addressed. They’re still snickering about the mid-week sprinkler debacle that left their field in a pool of water the week of the Tesoro playoff game … I’m just saying.
5. Covina District Field - Now let me get this straight, you have three schools, Northview, South Hills and Covina all sharing the same stadium and you’re still using grass. There is still dirt in the parking lot. You would think if Baldwin Park could deliver two beautiful stadiums for Sierra Vista and Baldwin Park HS, that Covina could build one state of the art facility at Covina District for three high schools, right?

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Mater Dei challenging “athletically motivated” transfer rule … the result could affect everyone

From the L.A. Times: An amended complaint filed this week in Orange County Superior Court by lawyers for Santa Ana Mater Dei and the Diocese of Orange challenges the enforcement of a controversial CIF rule adopted in 2009 regarding “athleticially motivated” transfers, alleging that the Southern Section has been using the rule to discriminate against Mater Dei athletes.
“In blunt terms, the lawyers charge that the Southern Section “consistently, intentionally and systematically has engaged in arbitrary actions against Mater Dei by issuing and enforcing unsupported and erroneous findings and rulings relating to eligibility of students athletes at Mater Dei.”

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Diamond Ranch knocked out in semifinals of San Dimas girls basketball tournament

San Dimas girls basketball tournament
Thursday’s semifinals

Antelope Valley 51, Chino Hills 31
Santiago 59, Diamond Ranch 32
Friday’s games
3rd place: Chino Hills vs. Diamond Ranch, 6 p.m.
Championship: Santiago vs. Antelope Valley, 7:30 p.m.
Note: Diamond Ranch standout Chelsea Barnes injured her ankle and left the game early in their loss to Santiago.

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Thursday boxscores: Ayala looking strong in O.C.

Highlights
Boys Basketball:
Ayala advances to semifinals of North Orange County tournament with 68-63 win over Sonora; Bishop Amat’s Tyler Hill scores 25 in 70-55 win over Charter Oak in West Covina tournament semifinals.
Girls Basketball: Glendora and South Hills both win consolation games in the Arroyo tournament.
Girls Soccer: Sierra Vista remains perfect, improves to 6-0 after 4-2 Montview League victory over La Puente; Wilson defeats Covina 4-0 in Valle Vista league game.

For your daily dose of results for boys and girls soccer, basketball, wrestling and girls water polo box scores, this is for you. During the week I will post box scores emailed or phoned into us the previous night. For you results to appear in the newspaper and on the blog, call your results to 626-962-8811, ext. 2233 or 2242 or email them to scores@sgvn.com. For Thursday’s boxscores, click thread.
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Girls Soccer: Bishop Amat 3, Los Altos 1

By Fred J. Robledo
The Bishop Amat and Los Altos girls soccer teams fell a game short of meeting in last year’s CIF-Southern Section Division 4 championship – both ousted in the semifinals and ruining a much-anticipated rematch after a 0-0 tie earlier that season.
And what a season it was, the soccer powers with a combined record of 52-3-2 while outscoring their opponents 207-19. Although a year late, the rematch finally came on Thursday at Los Altos in front of a better-than-expected December crowd.
Neither team has been as dominant out of the gate, particularly on the defensive end, which led to Bishop Amat’s come-from-behind 3-1 victory after trailing 1-0 at half.

Bishop Amat, Los Altos photo gallery.

Above: Natalie Rivas (8) celebrates after scoring in the second half to tie the score, 1-1.

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All-Hacienda League: Chris Solomon earns player of the year; Pendleton, Dupleasis honored too

2010 All Hacienda League Football
Player of the year
: Chris Solomon, RB/LB, West Covina, Jr.
Offensive player of the year: Garrett Pendleton, Bonita, QB, Sr.
Defensive player of the year: Maurice Dupleasis, West Covina, LB, Sr.


Above: West Covina’s Chris Solomon all smiles after West Covina defeats Bonita 37-33 for Southeast championship. Solomon named the Hacienda player of the year.

First team offense
QB: George Johnson, West Covina, Sr.
RB: Beejay Lee, West covina, Sr.
RB: Chase Price, Diamond Ranch, Sr.
RB: Giamani Johnson, Bonita, Sr.
RB: Jacoby Carter, Diamond Ranch, Sr.
TE: Frankie Avalos, Los Altos, Sr.
OL: Mark Laffin, West Covina, Sr.
OL: Ray Amaya, West Covina, Jr.
OL: Jon Logan, West Covina, Sr.
OL: Joseph Gibson, West Covina, Sr.
OL: Mike Cortez, West Covina, Sr.
WR: Aubrey Coleman, Walnut, Sr.
WR: Jason Tsukada, Walnut, Sr.
WR: Leonardo Freeman, Rowland, Sr.
PK: Brian Drulias, Diamond Bar, Jr.
First team defense
DL: Justin Meaders, West Covina, Jr.
DL: Ryan Salausa, Rowland, Sr.
DL: Derek Edwards, Diamond Ranch, Sr.
DL; George Castro, West Covina, Jr.
DL: Daniel Herriman, Bonita, Sr.
LB: Eric Mikity, Bonita, Sr.
LB: Kyle Leon, Diamond Ranch, Sr.
LB: K.C. Huth, Bonita, Sr.
LB: Roger Paez, West Covina, Sr.
LB: Randy Collins, Walnut, Sr.
DB: Matt Gelalich, Bonita, Sr.
DB: Anthony Molina, West Covina, Sr.
DB: Andrew Fischer, Diamond Ranch, Jr.
DB: Garret Horine, Bonita, Jr.
DB: Jacoby Carter, Diamond Ranch, Sr.

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All Mission Valley League: Arroyo’s Steven Rivera and Rosemead’s Matt Fregoso share MVP

2010 All Mission Valley League Football
Players of the year:
Steven Rivera, Arroyo, QB, Jr., Matt Fregoso, Rosemead, RB, Sr.
Backs of the year: Anthony Miller, Arroyo, WR, Sr., Michael Jimenez, El Monte, RB, Sr.
Lineman of the year: Sam Torres, Arroyo, Sr.

Above: Arroyo QB Steven Rivera in action. Rivera shared MVL MVP honors with Rosemead’s Matt Fregoso.

First team offense
QB: Matt Macias, Rosemead
RB: Mikey Vasquez, Arroyo
RB: Jossymar Ulloa, Mountain View
WR: Memo Silva, El Monte
WR: Steve San Miguel, Rosemead
WR: Hunter Duran, Arroyo
TE: Fabian Ramirez, Rosemead
OL: Coby Rubalcava, Gabrielino
OL: Julio Tlaxcuapan, Rosemead
OL: Vincent Martinez, Arroyo
OL: Nelson Leon, Rosemead
OL: Luis Nunez, Arroyo
AP: Omar Partida, Arroyo
PK: Cesar Barva, Arroyo
First team defense
DE: Fabian Ramirez, Rosemead
DE: Conner Salazar, El Monte
DT: Vincent Martinez, Arroyo
DT: Sal Chavrin, Rosemead
LB: Anthony Flores, Arroyo
LB: Andrew Gibson, Rosemead
LB: Sam Aholoka, Arroyo
LB: Ruben Jimenez, LB
DB: Mike Amaya, Arroyo
DB: Fernando Ochoa, Arroyo
DB: Frank Lopez, El Monte
AP: Andrew Kerkhoff, Arroyo.

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All Montview League Football: Jose Perez, Jose Nunez and Edwin Garcia share top honors

2010 All Montview League Football
Offensive player of the year:
Jose Perez, La Puente, Sr.
Defensive player of the year: Jose Nunez, Azusa, Sr.
Lineman of the year: Edwin Garcia, Azusa, Sr.


above: Azusa’s Jose Nunez in action against La Puente

First team offense
QB: Andres Uribe, Gladstone, Sr.
RB: Bryan Nieto, Azusa, Sr.
RB: Steven Blount, Azusa, Sr.
RB: Joseph Herrera, Gladstone, Sr.
RB: Giovani Rivera, Sierra Vista, Jr.
WR: Abraham Ochoa, Azusa, Sr.
WR: Josh Paniagua, La Puente, Sr.
WR: Michael Pena, Bassett, Sr.
TE: Brandon Ross, La Puente, Jr.
OL: Juan Garcia, Ganesha, Sr.
OL: Andrew Pantoja, Gladstone, Jr.
OL: Adrian Pena, La Puente, Jr.
OL: Anthony Villa, Azusa, Sr.
OL: RJ Gutierrez, La Puente, Sr.
OL: Carlos Gutierrez, Sierra Vista, Jr.
OL: Steve Miranda, Workman, Sr.
PK: Christian Guzman, Gladstone, So.
First team defense
DL: Nick Valverde, Azusa, Sr.
DL: Federico Garcia, La Puente, Sr.
DL: Pedro Candia, La Puente, Sr.
DL: Adrian Solchaga, Gladstone, So.
DL: Aaron Sanchez, Gladstone, So.
LB: Stevent Blount, Azusa, Sr.
LB: Joseph Herrera, Gladstone, Sr.
LB: Freddi Ureta, Sierra Vista, Sr.
LB: Jorge Martinez, La Puente, Jr.
LB: Nick Barrientos, La Puente, Jr.
DB: Aaron Gaulding, Ganesha, Jr.
DB: Bryan Nieto, Azusa, Sr.
DB: Brian Avendano, La Puente, Sr.
DB: Josh Paniagua, La Puente, Sr.
DB: Aaron Arteaga, Gladstone, Sr.

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Wednesday Boxscores: Bonita advances in La Canada tournament; Amat girls beat Sierra Vista

Bonita rolls in La Canada tourney: Bonita High School’s boys basketball team dealt St. Francis a 50-41 defeat in Pool B round-robin play during the Holiday Classic at La Caada High on Wednesday.

For your daily dose of results for boys and girls soccer, basketball, wrestling and girls water polo box scores, this is for you. During the week I will post box scores emailed or phoned into us the previous night. For you results to appear in the newspaper and on the blog, call your results to 626-962-8811, ext. 2233 or 2242 or email them to scores@sgvn.com. For Wednesday’s boxscores, click thread.


Above: My main man James Northup driving in for two points.

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Boys Hoops: West Covina tourney set, Bishop Amat and Damien will meet in Saturday’s finale

The West Covina tournament was re-pooled after round-robin play and the weekend schedule is set, with Bishop Amat and Damien meeting in a highly anticipated finale on Saturday night at 7 p.m.

Chris Reyes pours in 27 points: Damien High School’s boys basketball team remained undefeated after a 63-49 victory over Monrovia in a pool-play game of the West Covina Tournament.

Tonight’s games
Bishop Amat vs. Charter Oak, 4 p.m.
Bassett vs. Nogales, 5:30 p.m.
San Dimas vs. Monrovia, 7 p.m.
Friday’s games
Monrovia vs. Don Lugo, 4 p.m.
San Dimas vs. Bassett, 5:30 p.m.
Damien vs.West Covina, 7 p.m.
Saturday’s games
Nogales vs. West Covina, 4 p.m.
Don Lugo vs. Charter Oak, 5:30 p.m.
Damien vs. West Covina, 7 p.m.

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Lisa Fernandez at Bishop Amat on Saturday

One of the most celebrated softball pitchers ever, four-time Olympic gold medal winner Lisa Fernandez, will be the -guest speaker at Bishop Amat’s “A Cut Above,” softball clinic at Bishop Amat high school on Saturday at 12:30 p.m.
Because of the strong possibility of rain the clinic has been moved to the school’s gym and will include instruction on hitting, fielding, base running, lunch and a question and answer session with Fernandez.
Pre-registration is $55 and $65 the day of the event. For more information, call 626-430-8443.
Hit and Hustle
Bishop Amat’s annual “Hit and Hustle,” football camp with Lancers coach Steve Hagerty will be held on January 15 from 9-3 p.m., for kids in third through eighth grade.
The $75 fee includes lunch, certificate of participation, t-shirt a group picture and instruction from the Bishop amat football staff.
For more information call 626-962-2495.

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Star-News issues a challenge, Tribune accepts

The Star-News just concluded two all-star volleyball games, a senior game and public vs. private all-star game. The word now is the Star-News senior all-stars want to challenge the Tribune senior all-stars in a mid-January showdown, which we have graciously accepted. I already spoke with St. Lucy’s coach Sean Douglas, who has agreed to coach the Tribune all-stars. We will release the Tribune girls volleyball all-area team in January, and members from the first team that are seniors are all invited to participate. The rest of the team will be selected the next few weeks. When I get a firm date and location, I will share it with, but this is truly a great way to send out the seniors, especially considering the great year it was in girls volleyball. I can’t wait to watch players from Chino Hills, St. Lucy’s, Bonita and Los Altos all on the same team.

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Tuesday Boxscores: State champ La Verne Lutheran opens season with 114-15 victory

For your daily dose of results for boys and girls soccer, basketball, wrestling and girls water polo box scores, this is for you. During the week I will post box scores emailed or phoned into us the previous night. For you results to appear in the newspaper and on the blog, call your results to 626-962-8811, ext. 2233 or 2242 or email them to scores@sgvn.com. For Tuesday’s boxscores, click thread.


Above: Quinten Howell hit four free throws in the final 16.4 seconds Tuesday, helping Los Altos High School’s boys basketball team hold off pesky Whittier 74-65 in Pool D play of the Cantwell Sacred Heart of Mary Classic.

San Dimas tourney: Diamond Ranch High School’s girls basketball team scored the first 18 points of the game en route to a 70-37 victory over Rosemead on Tuesday during round-robin play of the Sherise Edmonds Memorial Tournament at San Dimas High.

Tuesday’s boxscore highlights
Boys Basketball: Mountain View’s Erick Martinez scores 22 points in 57-53 win over South Hills, improving the vikings to 6-1. Covina beats El Monte, 62-18
Girls Basketball: Taylor Anderson scores 18 for undefeated Bonita in 72-52 win over Los Alamitos in pool play of Ocean View tournament; St. Lucy’s beats Walnut, 46-29
Boys Soccer: Montview League play is underway, Ganesha beats Gladstone 2-1; Workman takes care of La Puente, 2-0.
Girls Soccer: Sierra Vista improves to 4-0 with 5-0 win over Sierra Vista.

Arroyo girls basketball tournament
Tonight’s quarterfinals

Downey vs. Arcadia, 3 p.m.
Charter Oak vs. Monrovia, 4:30 p.m.
California vs. Sonora, 6 p.m.
Sierra Vista vs. Bishop Amat, 7:30 p.m.

TONIGHT’S FINAL ROUND-ROBIN PLAY
West Covina Boys Tournament

Don Lugo vs. Bassett, 4 p.m.
Damien vs. Monrovia, 5:30 p.m.
West Covina vs. Charter Oak, 7 p.m.
Note: Finals will be held Thursday through Saturday

San Dimas girls basketball tournament
Santiago vs. Claremont, 3 p.m.
San Dimas vs. Chino Hills, 4:30 p.m.
Gladstone vs. Antelope Valley, 6 p.m.
Fullerton vs. Rosemead, 7:30 p.m.
Note: Championship on Friday, 7:30 p.m.

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All Serra League: Amat’s Jalen Moore and Julian Gener named offensive and defensive MVPs

2010 All Serra League
Most Valuable Player
: Vernon Adams, QB, Alemany
Most Valuable offensive players: Jalen Moore, RB, Bishop Amat; Jared Baker, RB, Loyola.
Most Valuable defensive players: Julian Gener, DB, Bishop Amat, Kyle DeVaughn, DL, Alemany.


Above: Bishop Amat running back Jalen Moore named co-offensive MVP of Serra League.

First team offense
QB: Vernon Adams, Alemany
QB: Rio Ruiz, Bishop Amat
QB: Ken Stenhouse, Crespi
RB: Jalen Moore, Bishop Amat
RB: Jared Baker, Loyola
WR: Devin Lucien, Crespi
WR: Shane Drozdowski, Alemany
WR: Wallace Gonzalez, Bishop Amat
WR: Kodi Whitfield, Loyola.
OL: Akeem Gonzales, Alemany
OL: Sergio Figueroa, Alemany
OL: Jordan Simmons, Crespi
OL: Ricky Wolff, Crespi
OL: Christian Orduno, Bishop Amat
PK: Martin Meza, Alemany
First team defense
DL: Kyle DeVaughn, Alemany
DL: Julian Gener, Bishop Amat
DL: Reggie Coates, Crespi
DL: J.J. Sabatine, Notre Dame
LB: Tyler Dabovich, Alemany
LB: Mike Juarez, Bishop Amat
LB: Nick Huyah, Notre Dame
LB: Lawrence Wilkerson, Crespi
DB: Saladin McCullough, Alemany
DB: Jerico Ricardson, Alemany
DB: Nick Casarez, Bishop Amat
DB: Charles Washington, Crespi
DB: Cameron Walker, Loyola
P: Hayden Ross, Notre Dame.

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All Sierra League Football: Chino Hills’ Ifo Ekpre-olomu named player of the year

2010 All Sierra League Football
Player of the year:
Ifo Ekpre-olomu, Chino Hills, Sr.
Co-offensive MVPs: Daniel Kessler, Claremont, Sr., Dennis Rufus, Charter Oak, Sr.
Defensive MVP: Auston Johnson, Chino Hills, Sr.

Above: Chino Hills Sierra League MVP Ifo Ekpre-olomu

First team offense
QB: Vince Hernandez, South Hills, Sr.
QB: Travis Santiago, Charter Oak, Sr.
RB: Nate Harris, Chino Hills, Sr.
RB: Jamal Hart, South Hills, Jr.
RB: James Ramirez, Damien, Sr.
WR: Chris Gilchrist, Charter Oak, Jr.
WR: Josiah Thropay, Charter Oak, Sr.
WR: Scott Calles,Chino Hills, Sr.
WR: Aaron Dockery, Claremont, Jr.
WR: Tanner Kuramata, Claremont, Sr.
WR: Jack Reeder, Claremont, Sr.
OL: Travis Doll, Charter Oak, Sr.
OL: Nick Enriquez, Chino Hills, Jr.
OL: Robert Soliz, Chino Hills,Sr.
OL: Shaquille Davis, Claremont, Sr.
OL: Sioasi Aiono, South Hills, Sr.
OL: Jeff Vargas, South Hills, Sr.
PK: Joey Cejudo, Chino Hills, Sr.
First team defense
DL: Charlie Avila, Charter Oak, Sr.
DL: Maurice Clement, Charter Oak, Sr.
DL: Brad Bergen, Chino Hills, Sr.
DL: Brandon Tuliapupu, Claremont, Sr.
DL: Peter Nonu, South Hills, Sr.
LB: Nick Alexander, Charter Oak, Sr.
LB: Greg Bennett, Chino Hills, Sr.
LB: Nick Gonzales, Chino Hills, Sr.
LB: Jake Overman, Claremont, Sr.
LB: James Wernli, Claremont, Jr.
LB: Griffin Lord, Damien, Sr.
DB: Scott Calles, Chino Hills, Sr.
DB: Nate Harris, Chino Hills, Sr.
DB: Steven Smith, Chino Hills, Sr.
DB: Andrew Tarankow, Claremont, Jr.
DB: Dorian Granados, Damien, Sr.
P: Denny Hageman, Damien, Jr.

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Football: Chino Hills and Bishop Amat No. 1 and 2 on MaxPreps’ final computer poll

I will publish our final rankings in the Tribune PrepXtra All-Area Football magazine, which is scheduled to be published on Thursday, Jan. 6. For now, look at how MaxPreps’ computers ranked the Tribune Super 35 to end the 2010 season. You have to admit, championships and deep runs in the Southeast or Mid-Valley Division didn’t affect the computers much, where Charter Oak, Damien, South Hills, Glendora and Claremont all finished in the top ten.


MAXPREPS’ FINAL 2010 COMPUTER POLL
1. Chino Hills (10-3)
2. Bishop Amat (9-2)
3. West Covina (13-1)
4. Bonita (12-2)
5. Claremont (7-4)
6. Charter Oak (6-5)
7. Damien (6-4)
8. Glendora (5-5)
9. South Hills (3-7)
10. Diamond Ranch (5-6)
11. San Dimas (8-5), 12. Walnut (6-5), 13. Covina (10-2), 14. Rowland (4-6), 15. Ayala (4-6), 16. Azusa (10-1), 17. Diamond Bar (6-4), 18. Arroyo (9-2), 19. Baldwin Park (5-6), 20. Pomona (5-5), 21. La Puente (8-3), 22. Northview (3-7), 23. Rosemead (8-4), 24. Wilson (4-6), 25. El Monte, (4-6), 26. Gladstone (5-6), 27. Sierra Vista (7-3), 28. Los Altos (0-10), 29. Nogales (1-9), 30. Ganesha (4-6), 31. Mountain View (5-5), 32. Bassett (3-7), 33. South El Monte (1-9), 34. Workman (2-8), 35. Duarte (0-9)

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All-Valle Vista Football: Covina’s Vinny Venegas back of the year; San Dimas’ Brown and Baldwin Park’s Crutchfield share top honors on defense

2010 Valle Vista All-League Football
Back of the year
: Vinny Venegas, Covina, Jr.
Co-Lineman of the year: Allen Brown, San Dimas, Sr; Wardell Crutchfield, Baldwin Park, Sr.

Note: I will post Sierra League on Wednesday, Hacienda League Thursday and Montview on Friday.

First team offense
QB: Billy Livingston, Covina, Jr
QB: Demetrius Counts, Pomona, Sr.
QB: Mario Rodriguez, Baldwin Park, Sr.
RB: Jordan Taylor, San Dimas, SR.
RB: Marquise Thomas, Northview, Sr.
WR: Demetrius Jackson, Baldwin Park, Sr.
WR: Kevin Kolbeck, San Dimas, Sr.
WR: Peter De La Cruz, Covina, Jr.
WR: Vinny Venegas, Covina, Jr.
TE: Samuel Guillen, Baldwin Park, Jr.
OL: Adrian Guerra, Sr. San Dimas, Sr.
OL: Allen Brown, San Dimas, Sr.
OL: Moises Torres, OL, Covina, Sr.
OL: Nick Hynes, OL, Covina, Sr.
OL: Gerrard Kough, Pomona, Jr.
OL: Christopher Auxier, Northview, Sr.
First team defense
DB: Kevin Kolbeck, San Dimas, Sr.
DB: Jordan Taylor, San Dimas, Sr.
DB: Demetrius Jackson, Baldwin Park, Sr.
DB: Jamal Overton, Pomona, Sr.
LB: Matt Murray, Covina, Sr.
LB: Justin Bugh, San Dimas, So.
LB: Fabian Abraham, Pomona, Jr.
LB: Tony Montoya, Baldwin Park, Sr.
LB: Wardell Crutchfield, Baldwin Park, Sr.
DL: Nick Hynes, Covina, Jr.
DL: Theo Darlington, San Dimas, Sr.
DL: Chris Auxier, Northview, Sr.
DL: Jose Franco, Baldwin Park, Sr.

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La Verne Lutheran has an open date, any takers?

I just found out that La Verne Lutheran’s showcase game in Las Vegas was canceled, creating an opening date for the Trojans to fill, most likely in January. The selfish reporter in me would love for one of our area’s top teams like Damien, Bishop Amat, Bonita, Ayala or Glendora to schedule a game with the two-time defending divisional champs and reigning state champs. I have it on good authority that the Trojans would love to schedule one of our area heavyweights. You want a shot at one of the best teams in the Southland, here it is. You say you want to measure yourself against the best, here it is. You want to create the biggest non-league game in years and cash in at the ticket booth, Lutheran is a phone call away. It makes sense any way you look at it. For me personally, I can only imagine the atmosphere of say, Lutheran going to Damien or Bonita. It probably won’t happen though, most schedules already are full. But I thought I would put it out there, you never know who might create an opening and step up to the plate.

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Monday Boxscores: Ortiz scores 36 for Ayala in Bulldogs’ 76-52 win over Bell Gardens for North Orange County title;

West Covina tournament: Charter Oak High School’s boys basketball team overcame an 18-point halftime deficit to knock off San Dimas 52-47 in the opening game of the West Covina Tournament on Monday.

Boys Hoops highlights: Damien and Bishop Amat both won round-robin games in the West Covina tournament, Damien beating Nogales 81-41 behind 13 points from Chris Reyes and J.P Chakbazof, and Amat crushing Don Lugo 74-51 behind 20 from Daniel Rodriguez.
Girls Hoops highlights: Bishop Amat and Sierra Vista are off to quick starts again, and will meet in the second round of the Arroyo tournament on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Bishop Amat improved to 6-1 with a 61-18 win over San Marino while Sierra Vista improved to 5-1 with a 47-13 win over Mountain View.

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