Brandon Martinez chasing history

Will Brandon Martinez become the San Gabriel Valley all-time leading passer and touchdown champion? We’ve got the BMart tracker to follow him to the finish line. He’s got three weeks left and at least one playoff game.

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Brandon Martinez Watch
Last week: 389 yards and 6 touchdowns in 50-34 win over Rosemead
Season Passing yards: 2,654
Season Touchdowns: 28
Season Average: 379 yards

East San Gabriel Valley single-season passing record: Los Altos’ Mike Smith (1982), 3,437 yards

All-time CIF-SS single-season passing record in 10-game season: Modesto Downey’s Jason Lee (2009), 3,972 yards

All-time San Gabriel Valley single-season passing record: Muir’s Richard Irvin (2002): 4,061 yards

All-Time record touchdowns in a season: Bishop Amat’s Pat Haden (1970) and Los Altos’ Felipe Aguilar (200), 42 touchdowns

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Saturday Morning Quarterback: Reggie runs wild for Bonita; Alemany unstoppable, beats Amat, 56-35; Charter Oak, Gladstone, El Monte, Rowland and Chino Hills all win

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Reggie Turner scores five touchdowns in Bonita’s win over West Covina

Reggie runs wild: Before any Hacienda League team can even think about derailing the Bonita High School football team’s bid for the league championship, it must first find a way to stop Bearcats running back Reggie Turner.

Two-time defending league champion West Covina took its shot on Friday night and missed to the tune of a 38-21 win by Bonita. Turner stayed on his touchdown rampage by scoring five times on Friday, four on offense and once on defense.
Photo: Bonita-West Covina photo gallery

Amat can’t keep up with Alemany: Another meltdown in a familiar location nearly turned into an improbable comeback for Bishop Amat. But the result still was the same.

Alemany quarterback Devon Dunn threw for 385 yards and four touchdowns and the Warriors scored the final 14 points to win 56-35 after Amat cut a 28-point deficit to seven early in the fourth quarter.
Photo: Bishop Amat-Alemany photo gallery

Happy Rock still perfect: Senior quarterback Kevin Amezquita accounted for 196 yards and scored four touchdowns and Gladstone took over first place in the Montview League with a 34-18 victory over visiting Duarte at Citrus College.
Photo: Gladstone-Duarte photo gallery

Chino Hills bounces back: A resurgent Ayala team didn’t go quietly, but Chino Hills pulled away in the fourth quarter for a 49-34 victory over the Bulldogs on Friday night at Chino Hills High School.
Photo: Chino Hills-Ayala photo gallery

Ranch wins again: Diamond Ranch (5-2, 2-1) kept the Hacienda League championship at bay, holding on for a 28-21 victory over host Los Altos (4-4, 1-3) on Friday.

Chargers do it with D: Charter Oak’s high-powered offense and stellar defense led the way as the Chargers defeated South Hills 38-7 in a Sierra League game on Friday night.

Glendora gave it a shot: Nate Romine wasn’t on the homecoming court Friday, but he’ll certainly be the king of the Upland campus after his career-best six combined touchdowns and 424 yards of total offense in Friday’s 47-26 Baseline League victory over Glendora

Rowland keeps Rolling: Rowland High School continued its impressive season with a 28-21 Hacienda League victory over Walnut on Friday night.

Friday’s results
Bonita 38, West Covina 21 – Reggie, Reggie, Reggie.
Chino Hills 49, Ayala 34 – Huskies answer after Charter Oak blowout
Alemany 56, Bishop Amat 35 - Gave up 21 straight without offense touching the ball.
Charter Oak 38, South Hills 7 — Best defense in Chargers history?
Gladstone 34, Duarte 18 – Gladiators can taste the league title
Diamond Ranch 28, Diamond Bar 21 — Panthers still in league title chase.
El Monte 50, Rosemead 34 — BMart throws over 300 yards and 6 TDs
Rowland 28, Walnut 21 — Raiders shocking season continues.
South El Monte 22, Gabrielino 9 — Eagles’ undefeated season ends
Upland 47, Glendora 26 — Hey, Tartans dropped 26 on the U.
Sierra Vista 58, Ganesha 0 – Dons put it all together.
Covina 38, Nogales 8 — San Dimas up next for Colts
Claremont 34, Damien 14 — Spartans are falling apart.
Azusa 55, Workman 24 – Gets undefeated Happy Rock next.
Northview 27, Wilson 7 — Still undefeated in Valle Vista.
La Puente 43, Bassett 14 – Only one loss in Montview.
Pomona 13, Baldwin Park 7, 3OT — Braves still can’t get a W.
Arroyo 14, Mountain View 3 – Knights defense shows up.

PREP XTRA REWIND


The Inland Insider Tom Kiss with highlights of Chino Hills’ victory over Ayala

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Aram’s blockbuster breaking news late Wednesday about St. Paul firing coach Elijah Asante could lead Kurt Scoby back home to Charter Oak, Duarte, possibly Bishop Amat and who knows?

Aram scooped everyone and reported that St. Paul High School has fired football coach Elijah Asante, according to a statement by the school and obtained by this newspaper late Wednesday.
Asante later released a statement on Aram’s blog explaining, “I’m thankful for the opportunity to coach at St. Paul. Although it wasn’t a long tenure, I learned a lot from the players and the community. I’m grateful and I wish them good luck. They have the makings of a good team.”
For area football followers, it probably means former Charter Oak running back Kurt Scoby returning to the area. According to Aram, Scoby is expected to leave St. Paul as early as Thursday, a source telling Aram, “there’s no way Scoby will be playing for St. Paul on Friday night.”

Fred’s thought: What’s the high school world coming to? St. Paul created the environment of transfers by hiring Asante, then fires him after a 1-5 start knowing the Swordsmen set up one of the toughest preseason schedules in the section. I don’t get it, because if there was something outside of football that led to this, then why did he remain on staff as a teacher? I was at Amat following St. Paul’s loss to the Lancers and leaving the stadium after finishing my story, there was a parent, fan or booster in Asante’s face screaming at him on the steps of the bus with his team looking on. It bothered me that a coach — at that time — would have to deal with that sort of thing moments after a game. If there’s a problem, deal with it privately, away from the football team. But it appeared Asante was ambushed and didn’t have a choice. Welcome to coaching 2012. In any case, I’m as curious as all of you to learn the fallout in the coming days and weeks but certainly, the players that Asante brought in are likely to leave and leave soon. What does this mean for Scoby? It means we’re probably back on the Scoby watch and where he ends up is anyone’s guess.

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Bonita’s Reggie Turner has come a long way since the Smudge Fumble, dominating for the Hacienda Leading ‘Cats as they ready for West Covina

By Aram Tolegian, SGVN
Reggie Turner’s football season did not start out the way a dream senior season is supposed to.

The Bonita High School running back took a handoff in the shadow of his own end zone with his team trying to kill the final minutes of clock while holding a 36-30 lead over rival San Dimas in the Smudge Pot game.

Soon after getting the ball, Turner was stripped. San Dimas emerged with the ball on the doorstep of victory. The Saints cashed in and won, 37-36. It was a cruel trick played on Turner by the football gods.

“It was a crucial moment,” Turner said while thinking back to the play.

“Everyone was saying `Hold on to the ball, hold on to the ball’ even before I went in.

“As soon as the ball popped out, my heart just dropped. It’s really unexplainable. I felt real, real bad. All that was going through my head was apologizing to my teammates.”

Rather than being blamed or ridiculed, Turner received nothing but support from his teammates and coaches. Although the disappointment from the loss still burns bright, Turner and Bonita have moved on.

It wasn’t easy, though. Bonita went on to lose its next two games after San Dimas. But since then, Turner has become a scoring machine and at 3-3 overall and 2-0 in the Hacienda League, the Bearcats have their sights set on knocking off defending champion West Covina on Friday and putting themselves on the inside track to a league championship.

“It’s the most important game to date,” Turner said. “And it might be the most important game of the season. We just have to treat it like it’s the Hacienda League championship, because for the most part it is.”

It’s no secret what the Bearcats will do on Friday night in order to beat the Bulldogs. A steady dose of Turner has been the recipe that’s led Bonita to three consecutive blowout wins and Turner to some pretty amazing stats.

Turner has scored 13 touchdowns in the last three weeks. Six of those came against Rowland. He now has 18 total touchdowns for the season to go along with 676 yards rushing.

“He’s obviously doing some things right for us and he’s obviously the guy who we want the ball in his hands,” first-year Bearcats head coach Adrian Medrano said. “He wants that to be on his plate, too. He wants to be getting 20 carries a game, at least. And to be honest, that’s not exactly happening every game, but he’s getting the ball thrown to him and he’s playing some defense for us in spot situations.”

Turner has been a key contributor for Bonita for the past three seasons. He was too good, even as a sophomore, to not play a huge role on the Bearcats’ CIF-SS Southeast Division runner-up team.

Last season, Turner’s role grew even more as he was counted on, along with Cameron Griffin, to carry the offense while also playing defense.

Now, Bonita is riding its best player for all he’s worth and that’s just fine for Turner. The season may not have started out as planned, but Turner is threatening to end it in smashing style.

“Mistakes just happen,” Turner said. “I didn’t think it would ruin my season, but I thought people would be pointing the finger at me. I actually got a lot of support. Nobody really pointed the finger. Well, not to my face, at least.

“I got support from all my teammates. None of them were mad at me. The coaches weren’t mad at me. It’s my last year playing high school football and I’m trying to get a scholarship. This is my last shot right here to beat West Covina, not just for me, but for the previous teams.”

Win or lose on Friday, there’s still plenty of time left for Turner to leave his mark. But he knows that with a win, the Bearcats can start thinking about bigger goals, like an extended playoff run.

“A league championship would be awesome,” Turner said. “It would be a pretty good end to my senior season, but a Southeast championship would be the perfect ending.

“I definitely think as a team, if we play our best football, we can compete with anyone in the Southeast and go to the championship.”

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Mission Hills Meltdown: Bishop Amat should have beaten Alemany in 2010, but self destructed in the final minute of the half when Alemany’s Hail Mary was Amat’s Fail Mary

Both teams were 9-0 and 3-0 and fighting for the Serra League title in 2010, but of course, Alemany won and never looked back, a perfect 9-0 since joining the league in 2010 with two league titles. Amat had its chance to win that night, but blew it with one of the most self-destructive final 44 seconds of a half I’ve ever seen. It was truly stunning, the Mission Hills Meltdown. Amat was in control and led 17-14 after a go-ahead touchdown with 44 seconds left. I started walking to my computer to write-up the first half when Alemany blitzed down the field, throwing a bomb and then scoring on a four-yard pass play to take a 21-17 lead with 17 seconds left. Then Alemany did an onside kick, got the ball back and threw a “Hail Mary” as time expired to go up 28-17 at halftime. It was game, set, match right there. Amat never regained their swag, momentum and eventually lost 38-30. People are going to say Alemany was better that night, I’m not sure that was the case. They were certainly more opportunistic and even lucky. Check out the highlights from the Inland Insider. Amat heads back to Alemany on Friday at 7 p.m., and we’ll be there too.

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PrepXtra Rewind: La Salle coach Russell Gordon and QB Austin Wallis. Plus, the Scouting Guru breaks down the Serra and two-minute drills

La Salle coach Russell Gordon, “We feel like we can play with anyone in the San Gabriel Valley.”

Opening: La Salle coach Russell Gordon and quarterback Austin Wallis. The Lancers are 6-0 after winning one game in two previous seasons. Gordon’s thinking big, hoping to schedule the area’s best next season, and that includes anyone, including Monrovia, St. Francis, Muir or even some of our heavyweights on the East side.

18:30 mark: The Scouting Guru joins us to talk about the Serra League, plus two-minute drills on Bishop Amat-Alemany, Bonita-West Covina, South Hills-Charter Oak and Gladstone Duarte. In the segment Aram tells you why Bishop Amat and Charter Oak are so much better than everyone else, and I tell you why El Monte should let QB Brandon Martinez chase every record imaginable.


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Rosemead coach Marc Paramo describes El Monte’s “broken play” offense

Rosemead is not sure how to stop El Monte and quarterback Brandon Martinez. The senior is second in the Southern Section in passing with 2,265 yards and 22 touchdowns, and is chasing the East San Gabriel Valley all-time record held by Los Altos’ Mike Smith, who threw for 3,437 yards in 1982. Rosemead hosts El Monte on Friday, and here is how coach Marc Paramo describes the Lions’ offense.

“I’ll be honest, and I’m not sure this is kosher to say, but their best play is the broken play. You can’t really prepare for the broken play. It was the same thing last year; he threw jump balls and to his receivers’ credit, they went up and got the ball.” — Marc Paramo

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South Hills’ chances against Charter Oak can be described like this, “So you’re telling me there’s a chance.”

Okay, so that’s not how South Hills coach Albert Rodriguez descibed his teams’ chances against red-hot Charter Oak, the Inland Division’s fourth-ranked team. But let’s be honest, though both teams are 5-1 and 1-0, it doesn’t feel like that type of match-up. Rodriguez explains his thoughts to Aram..

By Aram Tolegian, SGVN
Both teams are 5-1, but who out there is really giving the South Hills High School football a chance against Charter Oak on Friday night?

“I get the feeling that people are kind of wondering if we should show up, huh?” first-year Huskies head coach Albert Rodriguez said Tuesday.

That pretty much sums up the court of public opinion on the game. The Huskies are in the midst of a remarkable turnaround season under Rodriguez, but Friday’s game at Charter Oak against the Chargers is where most area pundits draw the line.

It partly has to do with South Hills’ ugly, but effective, style of football. There’s nothing flashy about the Huskies. They pound quarterback Adam Goss behind a huge offensive line and hope to kill the clock while eating up chunks of real estate.

Meanwhile, Charter Oak has plenty of flash. Receiver Bryce Bobo, at 6-foot-4, cannot be covered by most high school defensive backs. Running back Aaren Vaughns is as electric a playmaker as there is in the area.

The Chargers’ defense has held every opponent to its season low in points this season.

“By watching them on tape, they’re a helluva football team,” Rodriguez said. “Defense is the first thing that really stands out to me when watching their tape. They really fly around. I know Roger Lehigh runs the defense over there and I’ve got a lot of respect for Roger.

“It seems like they’re starting to get things offensively as well, too. They definitely turned a lot of heads with that Chino Hills game last week.”

Don’t expect the Huskies to change their style for the Chargers. Their methodical way was good enough to upset Monrovia a few weeks ago when most people thought the Wildcats were too athletic for South Hills to handle.

“There’s really no secret to what we do,” Rodriguez said. “We run the football and get first downs. The more important thing is as we’re moving the chains and running the clock, we’ve got to come up with touchdowns.

When they do get the ball, we have to limit their big plays. They do have big-play opportunity guys. It’s easier said than done, but going in, that’s the plan.”

The Huskies have been doubted just about every step of the way this season, but they’ve actually turned that into motivation. Whether that’s enough on Friday against a team like Charter Oak remains to be seen.

“We’ve had kids who have left our place to go over there,” Rodriguez said. “The frustrating thing is that a lot of their top-notch players the last couple years have been South Hills guys and in our program, so we have a little bit of a chip on our shoulder, without a doubt.

“But we don’t want to make it too much bigger than what it is. Without a doubt, these kids are looking forward to playing Charter Oak. But you don’t want to go out there so excited that you come out tight.”

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Girls Volleyball: La Puente whips Gladstone … again; St. Lucy’s sweeps aside Chino Hills

La Puente-Gladstone photo gallery

La Puente maintains ownership in Montview, beats Gladstone
By John Honell
The La Puente High School girls volleyball team took a huge step Tuesday toward its fifth consecutive Montview League title.

The Warriors (10-3, 7-1) avenged their only league loss of the season with a 25-21, 22-25, 25-22, 25-11 win as the teams began the second round of league play.

“We just had too many errors in that fourth game,” Gladiators coach Jeff Devine said. “We came back in that second game and were close in the other two but we just lost control of it in that last game.”

TUESDAY’S RESULTS
SIERRA LEAGUE
St. Lucy’s 3, Chino Hills 0
[St. Lucy’s remained unbeaten in league as the Regents ran their record to 4-0 and 11-5 overall with a 25-10, 25-21, 25-13 sweep of the Huskies. Chino Hills fell to 14-7 overall and 2-2 in league. St. Lucy’s senior captain libero Arden Davis played an strong game as she recorded 14 digs and one ace. Senior left outside hitter Vanessa Caustrita added 10 kills, two blocks, two digs and two assists while junior left outside hitter Veronica LaPierre had nine kills and nine digs. Sophomore setter Juliet McClure had 28 assists, 10 digs, four aces, two kills and one block. For Chino Hills, sophomore left outside hitter Meghan Burzzerio led the way with 17 kills and 14 digs.
Senior setter Shelley Anderson added 18 assists, 10 digs and six kills while senior libero Kiana Hayashida had 13 digs..

Ayala 3, West Covina South Hills 2
Erin Clark dished out 49 assists as the match went all five games with the Bulldogs coming out on top 25-10, 14-25, 25-17, 21-25, 18-16. Danielle Giltner led Ayala in kills with 17. Ayala improves to 10-6 overall, including 3-1 in league.

Claremont 3, Charter Oak 0
Ariana Holmes had 14 kills and nine digs for Claremont (6-2, 2-2). The Wolfpack will host Ayala on Thursday.

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Alemany likely missing linebackers for Amat

Alemany likely to miss key linebackers for Friday’s game vs. Bishop Amat, Daily News reports: Injured Alemany linebackers Rene Deleon and Deyon Glass did not play in a 49-42 win over Notre Dame, and both could be out for the season after getting hurt one week earlier against Norco. Deleon has a high ankle sprain, and Glass has a knee injury. “The tough part is they both play the same position,” Alemany coach Dean Herrington said.

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Super 35 Rankings: Bishop Amat and Charter Oak have separated themselves from the rest

SAN GABRIEL VALLEY TRIBUNE’S SUPER 35 RANKINGS

1. Bishop Amat (5-0-1) –Undoubtedly No. 1 in the San Gabriel Valley, the Lancers embark on its real season in the Serra, opening at defending champion Alemany, who has owned them the past two years. If you can open with a league win on the road, especially against the defending champion, playoff outlook is much clearer.

2. Charter Oak (5-1) — Undoubtedly No. 2 in the San Gabriel Valley after the thorough beating it delivered to Chino Hills. Not only are the Chargers huge favorites to win the Sierra, I like their chances at a deep playoff run in the Inland.

3. Ayala (5-1) – Jordan Robinson and Co., are undefeated in my opinion. In their only loss to Kaiser, Robinson didn’t play. But if the Bulldogs are truly the real deal, they will take care of Chino Hills next.

4. South Hills (5-1) — The Huskies’ had better chances of beating Charter Oak in the two previous years in the Sierra, and still lost last year 63-28. They meet again Friday, and emotions always play a role in this, but South Hills’ offense against Charter Oak’s defense is a gigantic mismatch.

5. Chino Hills (3-2-1) — They took a left hook to their pride and an overhand right to their confidence in last week’s lopsided loss to Charter Oak. Now that their pinned in a corner, what will happen against extremely confident Ayala?

6. San Dimas (6-1) — You get the feeling the next month is just about getting ready for the Mid-Valley Division playoffs. Oh, Northview will have something to say about it the league title, but it will be more talk than anything.

7. Bonita (3-3) -- If we were ranking strictly over the past three weeks, the Bearcats would probably be No. 4 or 5. But now it gets tough at two-time defending Hacienda League champ West Covina, who would like nothing more than to knock the ‘Cats back to reality.

8. Gladstone (6-0) – The Gladiators haven’t been the most impressive undefeated team ever, but they’re still perfect regardless. Their perfect season will surely be tested over the next two weeks against Duarte and Azusa.

9. West Covina (3-4) — The Bulldogs can regain some of their swag with a win over one of the area’s hottest teams and a threat to dethrone their Hacienda League title, Bonita. But the way they’re playing, don’t bank on it.

10. Diamond Ranch (4-2) — Playing well and not out of the Hacienda League title chase. They need West Covina to beat Bonita, then take care of their own business. But look, Roddy’s Ranchers haven’t gone anywhere, they’re in contention as always.

The Rest: 11. Glendora (3-3), 12. Damien (2-3), 13. Rowland (5-2), 14. Los Altos (4-3), 15. El Monte (4-2), 16. Northview (4-2), 17. Covina (5-2), 18. La Puente (4-2), 19. Duarte (4-2), 20. Claremont (2-4), 21. Arroyo (3-3), 22. Diamond Bar (2-5), 23. Rosemead (3-3), 24. Azusa (3-3), 25. Rosemead (3-3), 26. Sierra Vista (3-3), 27. South El Monte (2-4), 28. Mountain View (3-3), 29. Bassett (2-4), 30. Walnut (1-5), 30. Wilson (2-5); 31. Nogales (1-5), 32. Baldwin Park (0-6), 33. Pomona (1-5), 34. Workman (1-5), 35. Ganesha (0-6).

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Girls Volleyball Rankings, plus St. Lucy’s at Chino Hills and La Puente at Gladstone tonight


Above: Los Altos’ Fabiana Rosas has helped lead the Conqs to a 6-0 start in the Hacienda

TRIBUNE VOLLEYBALL RANKINGS
1. St. Lucy’s (10-5) – Gets rival Chino Hills tonight, but probably just another Sierra League win for the Lucy’s. Ayala already tenderized them.
2. Ayala (8-6) — Everyone keeps telling me I have it all wrong, that Ayala is the second best in the area. See, I’m listening.
3. Chino Hills (14-6) – Not what it use to be, but still very good. It took Ayala five-sets to beat them. Maybe St. Lucy’s will bring out their best.
4. San Dimas (6-1) – Emily Pincin and Jene Lee had huge games in the five-set win over Northview. The Vikes rallied from two sets down, but the Saints won the fifth 17-15 to take over first in the VVL.
5. Los Altos (11-2-1) – The Conquerors are rounding into form and are a perfect 6-0 in the Hacienda. They have a big test against Diamond Bar on Thursday.
6. Northview (13-3) - The Vikings thought this was the year to knock off San Dimas, but will have to wait until they meet them again in a couple weeks.
7. Claremont (7-4) - Unless they can beat Ayala, St. Lucy’s or Chino Hills, say goodbye to their playoff chances. That’s life in the Sierra.
8. Bishop Amat (7-5) - They looked good in the preseason against teams they were obviously better than. But reality is setting in now that they’re 0-2 in the Del Rey.
9. Gladstone (17-4) – The Gladiators get La Puente at home tonight for sole possession of first. If you haven’t been to one of these games, show up, the emotions run high.
10. La Puente (9-3) - Beat Azusa last week to force a tie at the top with Gladstone and the Aztecs, all with just one loss. The Warriors are the defending league champs and want to prove they can win another at Gladstone.

CIF RANKINGS
DIVISION 1A
1. Laguna Beach, 2. St. Lucy’s, 3. Thousand Oaks, 4. La Salle, 5. El Dorado, 6. Valencia (Valencia), 7. El Toro, 8. Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, 9. Capistrano Valley, 10. Hart.
DIVISION 3A
1. Sage Hill, 2. St. Margaret’s 3. La Sierra, 4. Nipomo, 5. Aquinas, 6. San Gabriel, 7. Crean Lutheran, 8. Ontario Christian, 9. Northview, 10. San Dimas
DIVISION 4A
1. Pacifica Christian, 2. Bell Jeff, 3. Frazier Mountain, 4. St. Anthony, 5. Gladstone, 6. La Puente, 7. Downey Calvary Chapel, 8. Milken Community, 9. Laguna Blanca, 10. Nordoff

Big Games Tonight
Sierra League
St. Lucy’s at Chino Hills, 5:30 p.m.
Ayala at South Hills, 5:30 p.m.
Montview League
La Puente at Gladstone, 5:15 p.m.
Hacienda League
Diamond Bar at Bonita, 4:45 p.m.
Del Rey League
St. Josepha’s at Bishop Amat, 6 p.m.
Valle Vista League
Northview at Covina, 3:15 p.m.

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