This is for the bloggers who say I post too much Amat stuff .. Shay was awesome before he sat out the last five games with an ankle sprain … Yeah, he left a big what if?
MaxPreps doesn’t have a widget for soccer, so I created our own MaxPreps made easy, but coaches need to update MaxPreps — too many are not doing so. I will resume top ten rankings in January and plan on covering plenty of league games
Todd Scoring watch: Northview’s Khalalah Todd leads the area in scoring once again, and is the East San Gabriel Valley’s all-time scoring champion. Todd scored 30 goals as a freshman, seven during an injury riddled sophomore season and 47 as a junior. She has 19 goals this season for a total of 103 career goals. Todd needs 33 more to crack the Southern Section all-time top ten list.
Fred’s note: What you must understand is that most of the records happened during the 1980s and 90s when there was much less parity. Since the 2000 season, or the modern high school girls soccer era, only two players have scored more than 136 goals or more in a career.
CIF-SS CAREER SCORING LEADERS
No. Player/School Years
288 Erin Martin, Temple City 1989-93
225 Carin Jennings, Palos Verdes 1979-83
191 Shannon Maddock, Torrance 1983-87
182 Traci Arkenberg, Peninsula 1991-94
165 Ruth Van’t Land, Ontario Christian 1993-97
163 Stephanie Lemburg, Frazier Mountain 1997-00
140 Yvonne Vasquez, Santa Fe 2001-05
137 Delores Browning, Mayfair 1991-95
136 Kristin Harkins, La Quinta/Westminster 1983-87
136 Gina Longo, St. Anthony 1997-00
Boys Top Scoers
1. Josh Luevanos, Glendora, 10 goals, 9 games
2. Leonardo Grigg, Bonita, 7 goals, 9 games
3. Neil Ignacio, Diamond Bar, 6 goals, 4 games
4. Jimmy Camarena, Northview, 5 goals, 8 games
5t. Erick Hernandez, Bassett, 4 goals, 2 games
5t. Hugo Lepe, Claremont, 4 goals, 7 games
Girls Top Scorers
1. Khalalah Todd, Northview, 19 goals, 9 games
2. April Juarez, Bishop Amat, 17 goals, 12 games
3. Amie Jepsen, Glendora, 11 goals, 8 games
4. Kathleen Zamora, Bishop Amat, 8 goals, 11 games
5. Jessica Lopez, Sierra Vista, 8 goals, 9 games
This is your MaxPreps made easy for Tribune area boys and girls basketball teams. This is an easy way to look at records, roster and to compare area leaders. In January, we will return to our own weekly rankings.
The Covina High School Boys Christmas Tournament begins on Monday, here are the first-round pairings.
Northview vs. Douglass, 10 a.m.
Chaffey vs. Rowland, 11:30 a.m.
Sierra Vista vs. Los Altos, 1 p.m.
Wilson vs. Chino Hills, 2:30 p.m.
Charter Oak vs. California, 4 p.m.
Bonita vs. Arroyo, 5:30 p.m.
Bishop Amat vs. South Hills, 7 p.m.
Alta Loma vs. Covina, 8:30 p.m.
Boys leading scorers
1. Daniel Rodriguez, Bishop Amat, 19.9 ppg
2. Tyler Hill, Bishop Amat, 17.8 ppg
3. John Yang, El Monte, 17.0 ppg
4. Bruce English, La Verne Lutheran, 17.0
5. C.J. Cooper, La Verne Lutheran, 17.0
6. Chris Reyes, Damien, 16.7 ppg
7. Bryan Gholar, Walnut, 16.6 ppg
8. Sharif Watson, Rowland, 16.3 ppg
9. Mark Roche, Arroyo, 16.0 ppg
10. Danny Villalobos, Rosemead, 15.3
Girls leading scorers
1. Evelyn Herrera, Workman, 24.0 ppg
2. Essence Pineda, Workman, 19.2 ppg
3. Imari Brown, Duarte, 16.8 ppg
4. Taylor Jackson, San Dimas, 15.0 ppg
5. Shereese Cox, Duarte, 14.0 ppg
6. Jessica Mora, Workman, 13.5 ppg
7. Mikayla Tickey, Duarte, 13.0 ppg
8. Kristi Sakamoto, Ayala, 12.5 ppg
9. Nnenna Abaeze, Walnut 12.5
10. Tricia Choy, Walnut, 12.0
The Baldwin Park High School alumni quarterbacks club does a great job raising funds for the Braves’ football program, but on this Christmas the group is giving back to needy families in Baldwin Park. Members of the quarterbacks club are handing out 50 toys to eight families at the Baldwin Park Church of the Redeemer at 3739 N. Monterrey Ave., on Thursday from 2-3 p.m.