There’s no secret longtime South Hills baseball assistant Dan Roddy wanted the head coaching job when Kevin Smith bolted for Mt. SAC over the summer. Roddy, a teacher at South Hills, figured he was next in line. However, school officials opted to pass Roddy over for Northview coach Darren Murphy, who moved across town and convinced former Charter Oak coach Tom Quinley to become his assistant at South Hills. Talk about a dymanic duo … So what happened to Roddy? He got the job at Northview, and well deserved. Both coaches are top notch. Now if they would square off head-to-head, that would be really fun.
PREVIEW: Damien and Glendora high schools have been two of the area’s marquee boys basketball programs over the years and the two former rivals will take center stage at this weekend’s Southern California Shootout.
The 12th annual event will feature nine games and is scheduled for Saturday at Azusa Pacific University’s Felix Event Center.
Glendora and Damien will play back-to-back games, with the Tartans facing Del Rio League power California at 4:30 p.m., which will be followed by the Spartans meeting Mission Viejo at 6 p.m.
SATURDAY’S BOYS BASKETBALL SHOOTOUT AT APU
Flintridge Prep vs Charter Oak, 9 a.m.
South Hills vs. Alta Loma, 10:30 a.m.
Corona Santiago vs. Rowland, Noon
Murrieta Valley vs. Walnut, 1:30 p.m.
Colony vs. La Canada, 3 p.m.
Glendora vs. California, 4:30 p.m.
Damien vs. Mission Viejo, 6 p.m.
Etiwanda vs. ML King, 7:30 p.m.
Los Osos vs. Claremont, 9 p.m.
Boys Basketball Rankings
1. Damien (13-2) — Sierra as tough as ever. Not only is Chino Hills the team to beat, but Ayala and Claremont are right there too.
2. Glendora (13-3) — Tartans will give it the old Tartan try in the Baseline, but finishing in the top three is a tough order. The Palomares League can’t come soon enough.
3. Walnut (10-5) – Two losses to No. 1 Damien by a combined eight points, including a two-point loss in the Covina tourney final. They’re the real deal.
4. Los Altos (11-4) – One of several teams that could compete for the Hacienda League title.
5. Wilson (10-7) – Owns wins over Diamond Ranch, Los Altos, Bishop Amat and is 2-0 in the VVL
6. Diamond Ranch (9-6) — 2-0 start in the Hacienda, including a one-point win over Los Altos
7. Bonita (11-4) — Can’t remember the last time Bonita wasn’t top five during coach Greg Eckler’s tenure. With him gone for good, ‘Cats 0-2 in Hacienda and may continue to drop.
8. Rowland (8-7) – One of several teams in the Hacienda league mix. Big win over Bonita on Friday.
9. Gladstone (11-1) — Raise your hand if you though Gladstone would be the only once-beaten team at this point.
10. South Hills (8-8) — Better enjoy its .500 record because it only gets tougher in the Sierra.
Girls Basketball Rankings
1. Bonita (14-1) — Shouldn’t lose a game in the Hacienda so the question becomes, do you want an invitation to the Open Division?
2. Bishop Amat (14-2) — Lancers beat up on the neighborhood bullies — with the exception of Bonita. Now the tough part, trying to win games in the Del Rey.
3. Diamond Ranch (9-4) — Playing extremely well. Now if they put their roster and stats on MaxPreps, we would know who to talk about.
4. Walnut (8-4) — Lori Huckler is a coaching machine, she always has her ladies near the top. They reached the semifinals of the Ayala tournament.
5. South Hills (11-4) — Areas biggest surprise. Don’t be surprised if it contends for the Sierra League title.
6. Diamond Bar (7-8) — Rough 0-2 start in the Hacienda, which included an upset loss to West Covina.
7. Wilson (8-7) -- Defending league champs face Covina today for outright lead in the VVL
8. Covina (7-9) — Trying to rebound from a so-so year. 2-0 start in VVL just what it needed.
9. Arroyo (8-7) — Mission Valley League favorites?
10. Azusa (8-6) — With Workman and Duarte fading, the Aztecs could be the Montview frontrunners.
Wilson 2-0 in VVL: It may be a new year, but the result was the same.
The Wilson High boys basketball team got a last-minute game-winning shot to knock off San Dimas, 45-43 in a Valle Vista League game on Friday night.
Senior Erick Ramos hit a 3-pointer from the corner with 23.8 seconds left in the game for the final margin. Ramos led all scorers with 15 points.
Glendora’s LeDuc four wins shy of 800: Glendora and Alta Loma high schools kicked off the Baseline League boys basketball season Friday night and the Tartans, ranked fifth in CIF-SS Division 2AA, pulled away after the opening half for a 65-54 victory. Leading the way for Glendora (13-3) were juniors A.J. Bigornia and Brandon Brothers with 25 and 24 points, respectively. Bigornia had five 3-pointers and Brothers added three.
Rowland 49, Bonita 41 — Junior Hernandez had 13 points and Eliah Beasley had 12 as Rowland improved to 1-1 in the Hacienda League. Gershon Aragon contributed five points and eight rebounds to the winners, who beat Bonita for the first since they joined the league. Kenny Walter finished with 18 points for the Bearcats, but Dane Hollar was held to just three points.
Diamond Ranch 59, West Covina 42
Valle Vista League
Nogales 58, Baldwin Park 30
Workman 61 Duarte 40
Inland Insider Highlight’s from Chino Hills’ 68-36 boys basketball victory Thursday over Renaissance Academy.
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Bishop Amat, Marshall girls soccer photo gallery
Amat wins battle of defending champions, 3-0: Bishop Amat High School’s Jamie Peters took the long pass and then tried to outrace the speedy Marshall defenders in Thursday’s nonleague girls soccer game. Marshall goalie Jocelyn Lopez also raced out to the ball along the sidelines, about 25 yards from the goalmouth. “The goalkeeper was gutsy coming out and trying to get the ball,” Peters said. “I heard my teammates calling for the cross and I knew someone would run full speed to get the ball. I was just trying to get there and passing it to my teammates.”
San Dimas 10, Nogales 2 — Daisy Duran had three goals and two assists in the Saints’ highest-scoring victory in two years to improve to 2-0 in the Valle Vista League. Cheyenne Cepeda also had a hat trick for San Dimas, while Morgan Quarternik added a goal and an assist in the win.
FOOTBALL SIGNING DAY NEARS: With just less than a month before National Signing Day for high school football players, the local recruiting trail is heating up as would-be prospects from the area try to solidify their Saturday plans for the next four years.
Charter Oak is always a hot bed of activity and this year is no different with defensive standouts Eric Prevost and Donavin Washington garnering plenty of attention.
Prevost, the Tribune’s 2013 Defensive Player of the Year, has offers from Sacramento St. and Montana St., and as college coaches figure out where he best fits position-wise, Chargers coach Lou Farrar expects more offers to roll in. Washington had an offer from Boise St. this fall, but after head coach Chris Peterson and most of his staff left for Washington, it remains unclear whether the offer still stands. Washington has a trip to Stonybrook planned and also previously had offers from Nevada and Sacramento St.
Diamond Ranch’s Kammy Delp ended the suspense over where he’d end up next fall. The mammoth offensive/defensive lineman picked Arizona St. during a televised moment in last week’s Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl game. Delp was also considering UCLA.
Delp’s Diamond Ranch teammate Will Bryan, a running back/defensive back, turned down offers from Nevada and Cal-Poly San Luis Obispo to play at Yale next fall. Diamond Ranch’s Marcus Bricsoe could join Bryan in the Ivy Legaue at Columbia.
MAGIC NUMBERS OF MIKE LEDUC: The numbers keep adding up for Glendora High School and boys basketball coach Mike LeDuc.
LeDuc coached his 1,000th Glendora game in a 59-45 loss to Grant of Sacramento in a tournament in Marin on Dec. 27. He has coached three games since, winning twice. That has put him just five victories away from 800 career wins at Glendora.
“You only to get to these numbers by being old and having a lot of good players,” LeDuc said. “I still enjoy it.”
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Diamond Ranch, West Covina photo gallery
Boys Hoops, Diamond Ranch 59, West Covina 44: Close one door and the Diamond Ranch High School boys basketball team opens another.
West Covina tried to shut down Diamond Ranch point guard Ernest Ugoagu in Wednesday night’s Hacienda League opener. The move opened the floor for Ethan Jarrell and the sophomore made the Bulldogs pay in a 59-44 victory. “I thought they would face-guard me a little harder,” Jarrell said. “But I was open.”
Jarrell sank four 3-pointers in the first half and finished with five.
Walnut 73, Rowland 55
Diamond Ranch 59, West Covina 44
Workman 64, Bassett 44
Valle Vista Legaue
Wilson 44, Nogales 39
San Dimas 57, Northview 47
Pomona 64, Covina 44
Former San Dimas star Austin Barbato eligible at Maranatha: Transfers are allowed to suit up and play this week and the Minutemen were able to play 6-foot-2 San Dimas transfer Austin Barbato for the first time in Tuesday’s 82-61 victory over La Salle. “A lot of teams will have makeovers,” Maranatha coach Tim Tucker said. “(Barbato) helps us. He makes us better because he’s a player with a high IQ for the game.”
GIRLS BASKETBALL RESULTS
Whittier Christian 57, Edgewood 20 –The Heralds established a 31-2 lead at halftime before coasting to a non-league victory over Edgewood. Sydney Lopez led the Whittier Christian offense with 10 points on 4-of-6 shooting from the field. Christa Evans added nine points with eight rebounds, while Makenna Coleman had nine points and a pair of steals for the Heralds.
Gladstone 48, Sierra Vista 40 – Senior guard Jessica Rosas accounted for a third of the Gladiators scoring with 16 points to give Gladstone a win in its Montview League opener. Eugenia Mendez and Atiana Salazar each added eight points for the Gladiators, while Savanna Rudder had seven for the team’s third win of the season.
HACIENDA LEAGUE: Walnut at Rowland, 6:45 p.m.; Diamond Bar at Bonita, 6:45 p.m.; Diamond Ranch at West Covina, 6:45 p.m.
MONTVIEW LEAGUE: Duarte at Azusa, 6 p.m., Bassett at Workman, 6 p.m., Gladstone at Sierra Vista, 6 p.m., La Puente at Ganesha, 6 p.m.
VALLE VISTA LEAGUE: San Dimas at Northview, 6:30 p.m., Covina at Pomona, 6:30 p.m., Wilson at Nogales, 6:30 p.m.
Nonleague: El Rancho at Baldwin Park, 6:30 p.m., Bishop Amat at Bosco Tech, 7 p.m.
HACIENDA LEAGUE: Walnut at Rowland, 5 p.m., Diamond Bar at Bonita, 5 p.m., Diamond Ranch at West Covina, 5 p.m.
MONTVIEW LEAGUE: Azusa at Duarte, 6 p.m., Workman at Bassett, 6 p.m, Sierra Vista at Gladstone, 6 p.m., Ganesha at La Puente, 6 p.m.
VALLE VISTA LEAGUE: San Dimas at Northview, 5 p.m., Covina at Pomona, 5 p.m., Wilson at Nogales, 5 p.m.
MONDAY’S HACIENDA LEAGUE GIRLS SOCCER OPENER: It drove Janae Avila nuts to sit on the sideline and watch the Walnut High School girls soccer team last season.
“It was horrible,” she recalled. “I hate subbing, so being out the whole season was just horrible. I hated watching. I’m just glad to be back now.”
The senior had to sit out last season because of a torn anterior cruciate ligament and torn meniscus in her right knee. She suffered the injury in her final club game before the start of last season.
On Tuesday and with her knee in a wrap, she had a redemption of sorts. Avila scored twice and the Mustangs opened Hacienda League play with a 3-1 victory over visiting Rowland.
By Aram Tolegian
Ryan Maddox, who led Monrovia High School to three consecutive CIF championships between 2010-12, resigned as head coach of the Wildcats football program on Tuesday afternoon.
Maddox was 69-14 in six seasons at Monrovia and got Monrovia to the championship game in the Mid-Valley Division four consecutive seasons. Maddox’s team won the Rio Hondo League championship in every season he was at the helm.
“It’s something I thought about for a long time and just thought it was the right time,” Maddox said. “It’s time for me to start looking at the next step. I’m going to start applying and looking toward getting into administration.
2014 TRIBUNE FOOTBALL ALL-AREA
PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Joseph Mayorga, San Dimas
COACH OF THE YEAR: Bill Zernickow, San Dimas
OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Nathan Coto, Arroyo
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Eric Prevost, Charter Oak
NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR: Trevon Sydney, Bishop Amat
FIRST TEAM OFFENSE
QB: Kory Brown, Charter Oak
RB: Estuardo Marcos, Los Altos
RB: Jake Payton, Bonita
WR: Cordell Broadus, Diamond Bar
WR: Nico Lozano, Arroyo
WR: Zion Echols, Charter Oak
AP: Adam Goss, South Hills
OL: Jared Trujillo, San Dimas
OL: Ben Northup, Glendora
OL: David Tolmachoff, Los Altos
OL: Chris Fernandez, West Covina
OL: Kammy Delp, Diamond Ranch
PK: Stephen Cansino, Rosemead
FIRST TEAM DEFENSE
DL: Christian Prieto, Bishop Amat
DL: Matt Daley, Damien
DL: Robert Sanchez, Arroyo
LB: Anthony Camargo, Bishop Amat
LB: Dillon Fink, Glendora
LB: Thomas Loy, Bonita
LB: Josiah Erickson, San Dimas
DB: Donavin Washington, Charter Oak
DB: Sidney Jones, West Covina
DB: Cameron Blackburn, Azusa
DB: William Bryan, Diamond Ranch
PU: Tristan Viscaino, Damien
SECOND TEAM OFFENSE
QB — Koa Haynes, Sr., Bishop Amat
RB — Alec Zavala, Sr., Rosemead
RB — Justin Torres, Jr., Sierra Vista
WR — Jose Ochoa, Sr., La Puente
WR — Briton Noskoff, Sr., Glendora
WR — Raymen Barraza, So., Baldwin Park
ALL — Michael Moran, Sr., Baldwin Park
OL — Marc Rangel, Sr., Arroyo
OL — Mike Zapata, Sr., San Dimas
OL — Johnny Leanos, Jr., Rosemead
OL — Alec Haston, Sr., Charter Oak
OL — Andrew Lopez, Jr., Bishop Amat
K — Mario Giran, Sr., Diamond Ranch
SECOND TEAM DEFENSE
DL — Tavita Sina, Los Altos, Jr.
DL — Christian McQueen, Bonita, Sr.
DL — Jaron Reed, Northview, Jr.
LB — Joe Provenzano, Sr., Damien
LB — Jesus Calvillo, Sr., Arroyo
LB — Zach Lewallen, Jr., Glendora
LB — Christian Wiley, Jr., Bishop Amat
DB — Sam Edwards, Sr., Duarte
DB — Candy Nava, Sr., Charter Oak
DB — Adrian Ortega, Sr., Bishop Amat
DB — Bryan Salinas, Sr., Northview
P — Matthew Zahn, Jr., Bishop Amat
PLAYER OF THE YEAR: JOSEPHA MAYORGA, San Dimas, Sr.
As storybook endings go, it doesn’t get much better than the senior season San Dimas High School running back Joseph Mayorga had this fall.
Mayorga transferred to San Dimas in late spring, was stuck behind an entrenched star and was merely trying to find where he fit in. By the time it was all said and done, he was the headline act scoring the game-winning touchdown in a CIF championship game.
For his efforts, Mayorga is the 2013 Tribune Player of the Year and the first player in Saints history to win the award.
“Of course, it’s an honor,” Mayorga said. “And I appreciate it. But I have to give thanks to my offensive line and the whole team. Without them, I wouldn’t be anything. I consider it a great honor to be the Player of the Year. It’s all hard work.”
At 5-foot-6 and just under 170 pounds, Mayorga was far from a bruiser. Instead, he used instincts and quickness to become one of the most dynamic runners in the area. Mayorga finished with 1,869 yards rushing. None of his 18 touchdowns were bigger than the very last one of his career.
Mayorga scored on a 32-yard touchdown run with 27 seconds left to break a 14-14 tie with Paraclete in the Mid-Valley Division championship game and send the Saints to a 20-14 win and the school’s second CIF title in five years.
It was the culmination of nearly a lifetime’s worth of hard work for Mayorga and being in the right place at the right time.
Mayorga transferred to San Dimas from San Gabriel toward the end of his junior season. With standout Jake Payton still on the roster at the time, the Saints already had a featured back to go with other experienced ball carriers in Fausto Martinez and Manny Elizade.
There was really no fit for Mayorga, who originally tried his hand at fullback in San Dimas’ Wing-T offense. When Payton decided to transfer, the logjam of ball carriers cleared up a little bit. But still, Mayorga had a lot to learn going from San Gabriel’s spread offense to San Dimas’ wing.
“They left me at fullback for the first game and after that first game, the mindset of the coaches completely changed because they knew we needed a change,” Mayorga said. “That’s when they kind of switched us around. They figured out that Manny was a better blocker and that I was more of a natural runner.
“They were playing with a puzzle and trying to find the right pieces to go together.”
San Dimas started 0-4, but the Saints were gradually gathering steam despite what the scoreboard said. Once they began Valle Vista League play against Northview, Mayorga gave the team the spark it needed to rattle of 10 consecutive wins.
Against Northview, Mayorga ran for 225 yards and three touchdowns. He had other big games, but was saving his best for the playoffs when he’d put on a performance for the ages.
In four postseason games, Mayorga rushed for 765 yards and seven touchdowns. Some players are lucky to do that in an entire season. His biggest performance came in the semifinals against Arroyo when he helped San Dimas advance with a 337-yard and four touchdown effort.
The championship game against Paraclete was yet another huge moment in which Mayorga delivered. The game-winning touchdown was part of a 157-yard and two-score performance. It was also the perfect closing scene to what had been a storybook season.
At this time last year, nobody could have imagined that Mayorga would carve himself a special place in Valley history. But that’s exactly what happened and Mayorga has a real simple way to describe it.
“It was a dream come true,” he said. “It couldn’t have worked out any better.”
OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: NATHAN COTO, Arroyo, QB, Sr.
Perhaps no quarterback in the history of the Valley has ever made such a monumental leap from his junior to senior season than Arroyo High School’s Nathan Coto.
Coto’s junior season numbers were less than impressive. Six touchdown passes and 11 interceptions to go with 1,361 yard passing.
To go from that kind of paltry production to 3,327 yards passing and 36 touchdowns with nine interceptions is simply unheard of.
After making a meteoric rise that helped his team to a league championship and deep postseason run, Coto is the Tribune’s 2013 Offensive Player of the Year.
“He did a helluva job, but that was kind of the case with the entire team,” Arroyo coach Jim Singiser said of Coto. “He worked hard in the offseason and it paid dividends for him, his teammates and Arroyo High School.”
Arroyo had one of the best seasons in school history. The Knights finished 11-2, swept the Mission Valley League and reached the semifinals of the Mid-Valley Division playoffs before falling to eventual champion San Dimas.
Coto was at the heart of it all. Just two years after the graduation of standout quarterback Steven Rivera, the 2011 Tribune Player of the Year, Coto donned jersey No. 10 on a mission to live up to the past Arroyo greats who have worn the number.
Coto had his breakout game in Week 2 when he lit up La Puente to the tune of 412 yards and five touchdown passes. He followed it up a week later by torching Rowland for 296 yards and three scoring strikes.
After losing its first game of the season versus Los Altos, Arroyo rattled off 11 consecutive wins. The biggest of which came against Rosemead in Week 10 for the Mission Valley League championship. Coto delivered again, throwing for 263 yards and two touchdowns.
Coto was named Mission Valley League MVP and was also the highest vote-getting quarterback in the all-CIF polling for the Mid-Valley Division. Not bad for a kid who started his prep career as
a defensive end on the freshman team.
“He was just a tough kid, but he wasn’t a great athlete,” Singiser said. “As a sophomore, he was the junior varsity quarterback and he stunk and got his butt kicked every week at practice. He was the guy we put in at practice so our defensive line could tee off on somebody.
“His junior year was really his first year getting first-team reps and it showed. He wasn’t the only reason we struggled offensively in 2012. He worked hard this offseason. He was out there on the field three days a week with our offensive coordinator working on drills.”
Coto tipped his hand in the summer by leading Arroyo to the SGV Shootout passing tournament championship. He was a changed player and it wasn’t long before the big numbers and wins followed.
Now, he’s got a special place in Valley history and certainly can stake his claim to being one of Arroyo’s best-ever quarterbacks. And that’s something he’s intent on being remembered as.
“A week after the San Dimas game, he was in my office and I told him ‘I’ll give you one minute to ask me any question you wante’,” Singiser said. “He asked me where he ranked among our best quarterbacks in Arroyo history.
“If I was a competitive kid, I’d want to know that, too. And this is what I told him. His numbers alone put him in that argument of who are the top-five quarterbacks of all time at Arroyo High School. Is he No. 1 or No. 5? I don’t know, but he’s got to be in that discussion.”
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: ERIC PREVOST, Charter Oak, DE, Sr.
Lou Farrar doesn’t throw around heavy praise like it’s cheap.
Not after a coaching career that’s spanned nearly 50 years. So when the veteran Charter Oak High School football coach calls Eric Prevost the best defensive player he’s ever coached, people should take notice.
Prevost, a defensive end, produced one of the best-ever seasons in Valley history by a defensive player this past fall.
The numbers were simply staggering: 128 tackles, 22 sacks and 20 tackles for loss. All that while playing defensive end on a Sierra League championship team.
With stats like that, it’s easy to see why Prevost is the Tribune’s 2013 Defensive Player of the Year.
“He may not only be the best defensive player I’ve coached in 46 years, he may be the best all-around football player, athletically speaking,” Farrar said. “Every team we played against it, every single coach, for all 12 weeks, said he was one of the best kids they played against or watched on film.”
Prevost made the Tribune All-Area last season after a dynamite junior year. As the headliner this year on Charter Oak’s defense, he improved on all of his already gaudy stats.
Prevost with double-digit tackles in nine of Charter Oak’s 12 games this season. He had three or more sacks in five games, including a four-sack performance against Ayala.
Despite a slow start, Charter Oak still finished with a very solid bottom line. The Chargers swept the Sierra League and made it to the second round of the Inland Division playoffs for the third consecutive season.
Naturally, the accolades rolled in for Prevost, who most notably was named all-CIF in the Inland Division for the third straight year. He was also one of three players in the Sierra League to earn Athlete of the Year honors.
“It was not only a dominant season for us, but one of the most dominating I’ve seen in the surrounding area,” Farrar said. “You have to understand, everybody knew where he was. The quarterbacks would come out and point to No. 47.
“So it was difficult for us to get him into position to play one-on-one with a tackle. Everyone ran away from us. He went through every gap and alignment that he could find for himself.”
COACH OF THE YEAR: BILL ZERNICKOW, San Dimas
Zernickow picked up his second CIF championship by leading the Saints to the Mid-Valley Division title. It’s the school’s second championship in five years. It didn’t come easy as San Dimas had to deal with the transfer of its top returning player, a school investigation of the coaching staff regarding allegations of providing players with banned substances, which resulted in no wrong-doing and an 0-4 start. Despite all that, Zernickow’s Saints reeled off 10 consecutive wins and also won the Valle Vista League.
NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR: TREVON SIDNEY, So, Bishop Amat
As a key member of Amat’s heralded sophomore class, Sidney showed what all the hype is about in his first varsity season. Sidney picked off eight passes, including three against Charter Oak, one of which he returned for a touchdown. He also saw time on offense where he scored four touchdowns as a receiver. Sidney is already one of the top defensive back recruits in his class, with an early offer from UCLA to prove it.
FIRST TEAM OFFENSE
Senior, QB, Charter Oak
Brown guided a Charter Oak offense that averaged 30 points per game this season. He was among the area’s passing leaders all season and finished with 3,420 yards and 28 touchdowns. Brown had two games in which he threw for five touchdowns and two games in which he threw for over 400 yards. He was named to the Sierra League after helping the Chargers sweep the league for the second consecutive season.
Senior, RB, Los Altos
A big reason why Los Altos continued its ascent back up the area ladder was Marcos, its pint-sized force in the backfield. The senior ran for 1,328 yards and 24 total touchdowns. He had five games in which he scored three or more touchdowns. Marcos’ biggest games came at the most important, like his 191-yard and three touchdown performance vs. West Covina to help the Conquerors capture second place in the Hacienda League and clinch a playoff spot. Marcos was named Hacienda League Offensive Player of the Year.
Senior, RB, Bonita
Payton makes the All-Area Team for the second consecutive season, this time in a Bonita a uniform. The senior rushed for 1,291 yards and 18 touchdowns. His best performances came in the biggest games, as evidenced by his 221 yards and six total touchdowns vs. Los Altos. Payton also rushed for over 100 yards and scored two touchdowns against South Hills, Glendora, West Covina and Diamond Ranch. Payton was named all-Hacienda League for his efforts.
Junior, WR, Diamond Bar
Broadus lived up to the hype by helping Diamond Bar be one of the most explosive offenses in the area. At 6-foot-5, Broadus gave opposing defenses fits. He finished with 685 yards and eight touchdowns. Broadus’ best game came against San Dimas as he pulled down 10 receptions for 143 yards and a touchdown. He also had a 10-reception performance against Los Altos. Broadus is already one of the top recruits in the country at his position and figures to cement that next season.
Senior, WR, Arroyo
Lozano came out of nowhere to post one of the best seasons in Arroyo history. He finished with 1,349 yards receiving and 13 touchdowns. Lozano had six games with 100 yards or more receiving, highlighted by his 10 reception, 217-yard performance against La Puente. Lozano scored touchdowns in 10 of Arroyo’s 13 games this season as the Knights averaged 38 points per game. He was named first-team all-Mission Valley League at receiver.
Sophomore, WR, Charter Oak
Echols’ debut season was a smash hit. The talented sophomore showed just how bright the future is by hauling in 73 passes for 974 yards and 12 touchdowns. But that’s not all! Echols was also a force carrying the ball as evidenced by his 788 yards rushing and nine touchdowns. Echols was named Offensive MVP of the Sierra League and loks like an early favorite for Tribune Player of the Year next season.
Senior, QB/RB/WR, South Hills
Goss did it all for the Huskies, literally. He transitioned from being the starting quarterback last season to playing QB, running back and receiver this season. Goss shined most at running back where he ran for 1,540 yards and 19 touchdowns. He also had 407 yards passing and 349 yards receiving. Goss also played defense where he recorded 58 tackles and an interception. Goss was named one of three Sierra League Athletes of the Year.
Senior, OL, San Dimas
Looking for a major reason why San Dimas ran over the competition all the way to the Mid-Valley Division title? Look no further than Trujillo, who makes the All-Area Team for the second consecutive season. Trujillo helped pave the way for San Dimas’ devastating ground attack, which averaged 363 yards per game rushing. Trujillo was named the Valle Vista League’s Lineman of the Year.
Junior, OL, Glendora
At 6-foot-6, 300 pounds, Northup is the most imposing area lineman. He showed why this season by helping the pave the way for a Glendora offense that had several big moments as the Tartans went 7-3 against a very difficult schedule. For his efforts, Northup was named first team all-Baseline League and figures to get plenty of recruiting attention next season.
Junior, OL, Los Altos
Tolmachoff was a two-way standout for the Conquerors. On offense, he helped pave the way for one of the area’s best ground attacks by being arguably the top guard in the area. Los Altos ran for 217 yards per game and saw running back Estuardo Marcos earn All-Area honors. On defense, Tolmachoff recorded 65 tackles, 9 1/2 sacks and caused three fumbles. He was named all-Hacienda League on both offense and defense.
Senior, OL, West Covina
There’s a good reason why West Covina had 10 different rushers score a touchdown this season and it starts with Fernandez, who anchored the offensive line from his tackle position. West Covina averaged nearly 300 yards per game rushing and Fernandez was a big reason why the Bulldogs had another dominant ground game. Fernandez earned all-Hacienda League honors at tackle.
Senior, OL, Diamond Ranch
Delp was arguably the most complete lineman in the area. At 6-foot-4, 300 pounds, he paved the way for Diamond Ranch’s ground game. On defense, he had 70 tackles, 16 for loss, seven sacks and five pass deflections. Delp was named MVP of the Hacienda League after leading the Panthers to a perfect record. Delp figures to be one of the area’s hottest recruits later this winter.
Junior, K, Rosemead
Cansino had the most clutch field goal of the season when he nailed a 49-yarder at the buzzer against Gabrielino to lift Rosemead to a 22-21 that clinched second place in the Mission Valley League. Cansino also made field goals from 46 and 48 yards this season and also averaged 44.2 yards per punt. He was named all-Mission Valley League at kicker.
FIRST TEAM DEFENSE
Senior, DL, Bishop Amat
Prieto was Amat’s biggest force up front on defense. He tallied 60 tackles and four sacks playing in the Southland’s toughest division. Prieto’s two biggest performances were 12-tackle games against Santa Margarita and Chino Hills. Prieto was named first-team all-Serra League at defensive lineman.
Senior, DL, Damien
Daley earned all-Sierra League honors at defensive line after a strong senior season that saw him record 66 tackles, 45 of them solo and seven sacks. Daley also deflected four passes and had 21 quarterback hurries. Daley recorded 10-tackle performances against Orange Lutheran and South Hills.
Junior, DL, Arroyo
Sanchez was a major reason why the Knights allowed just 18.8 points per game this season and won the Mission Valley League. He recorded 102 tackles, including 14 tackles for loss. Sanchez also tallied nine sacks and five quarterback hurries. Sanchez had four games in which he had double-digit tackles and was all-Mission Valley League selection at defensive line.
Junior, LB, Bishop Amat
Camargo showed why he’s one of the top all-around players in the area by leading Amat’s defense with 72 tackles and at the same time being the team’s leading rusher with 459 yards and eight touchdowns. Camargo had three games in which he recorded double figures in tackles, notably 13 against Chino Hills and 14 against Loyola. Camargo was an all-Serra League selection.
Senior, LB, Glendora
Fink was a major reason why the Tartans allowed just 22 points per game against one of the toughest schedules in the area. Fink recorded 77 tackles and had three sacks and caused three fumbles. Fink recorded 11 tackles in Glendora’s biggest win of the season against Upland. Fink earned all-Baseline League honors for the second consecutive season.
Senior, LB, Bonita
Loy was a tackling machine for the Bearcats and led the area in tackles with 160. Loy also recorded 7 1/2 sacks and had 13 quarterback hurries. Loy recorded double-digit tackles in nine of the Bearcats’ 10 games this season. He was named co-Defensive Player of the Year in the Hacienda League.
Sophomore, LB, San Dimas
It wasn’t all offense that led San Dimas to a CIF championship. The Saints could also put the clamps on opponents and there was no bigger proof of that than Erickson, who piled up 140 tackles and four sacks. Erickson had games with double-digit tackles. He finished with 14 tackles for loss and was named all-Valle Vista League.
Senior, DB, Charter Oak
Washington showed himself to be one of the most complete in the area. On offense, he caught 93 passes for 1,570 yards and 12 touchdowns. On defense, Wasshington was a shutdown defensive back and recorded five interceptions. For his efforts, Washington was named one of the Sierra League’s Athletes of the Year.
Senior, DB, West Covina
Jones was a force on both offense and defense for the Bulldogs. He managed 579 yards receiving and eight touchdowns in West Covina’s run-heavy offense. On defense, Jones wreaked havoc on opposing receivers and finished with 37 tackles and three interceptions. Jones was named co-Hacienda League Defensive Player of the Year and will play next season at Utah.
Senior, DB, Azusa
Blackburn proved himself to be one of the area’s best all-around talents by starring for the Montview League champion Aztecs on both offense and defense. He rushed for 1,243 yards and 11 touchdowns while on offense. On defense, Blackburn intercepted three passes and had 28 tackles. Blackburn was named Montview League MVP after leading Azusa to a perfect league record.
Senior, DB, Diamond Ranch
Bryan led the Panthers in rushing and was the team’s top offensive weapon. On defense, Bryan tallied 49 tackles and an interception. On offense, he rushed for 752 yards and six touchdowns. Bryan’s biggest game was a 231-yard, four-touchdown performance against West Covina. For his efforts, Bryan was named first-team all-Hacienda League on both offense and defense.
Senior, Punter, Damien
There wasn’t anything in the kicking game that Vizcaino couldn’t do. On kickoffs, 17 of his kicks went for touch backs. As a punter, Vizcaino landed seven kicks inside the opponents’ 20-yard line. He averaged a sparking 39.23 yards per punt. On field goals, Vizcaino hit 9 out of 12 tries with a long of 40 yards. His best game was a 3-for-3 performance against St. Francis. Vizcaino will play at Washington St. next season.
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Diamond Bar wide receiver and bigtime recruit Cordell Broadus, the son of rapper Snoop Dogg, checked out of Diamond Bar before the Holiday break with rumors swirling that he might end up at state champion St. John Bosco. Now that school is back in session, where is Broadus going? Your guess is as good as ours. TMZ started the St. John Bosco rumor and also noted that Broadus wants to stay close to home .. but where could he transfer without changing addresses? Wherever he winds up, I’m curious how Diamond Bar will handle it. Will they challenge it with CIF, or choose to do nothing? Coach Ryan Maine is already quoted as saying, “He (Broadus) told me that he wants to play for a bigger school to get him ready for college.” How do you avoid challenging a transfer when you’re already on record basically saying his move is athletically motivated? Guess we’ll find out soon enough.
UPDATE: Kammy Delp made his decision on Sunday during the game, chose Arizona State.
Kammy Delp will perform in Sunday’s prestigious Semper Fidellis All-Star game in Carson: Diamond Ranch High offensive lineman Kammy Delp has narrowed his list of potential college destinations from over a dozen to a manageable few. But his high school coach thinks it’s unlikely Delp will announce his decision at Sunday’s Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl in Carson.
Coach Roddy Layton isn’t a fan of the college hat dance performed by some recruits as they announce their decisions at televised all-star games, feeling it’s an unfair way to inform the schools not chosen. He said Delp is still making his decision, and will personally contact all the parties involved when the time is right.
“I think he’s got a couple favorites,” said Layton, “… but he’s gonna finish taking his (campus) trips. … I don’t like (televised announcements) and he knows that. When it’s the appropriate time, he’ll call the coaches.”
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL ALL-AREA
PLAYER OF THE YEAR: SYDNEY BAST, St. Lucy’s, Sr.
St. Lucy’s girls volleyball coach Sean Douglas summed it up best when asked how senior Sydney Bast will do at the University of Santa Barbara, where Bast is headed on scholarship after a decorated four-year varsity career. “She will be great,” Douglas said. “She doesn’t know how not to be great.”
Greatness is what defined Bast in four years at St. Lucy’s. She was the lone freshman to log significant minutes on St. Lucy’s 2010 CIF-SS Division 2AA championship team, and she won back-to-back CIF titles by her sophomore year, helping the Regents to a sweep over La Salle and back-to-back 30-plus winning seasons in 2011. During Bast’s career the Regents compiled an impressive 106-34 overall record with four straight Sierra League titles.
“I am extremely honored and blessed to be a part of the teams I was with,” Bast said. “We weren’t always the most talented or gifted physical teams, but we always came together. That’s what enabled us to do as well as we did.” Bast, normally a libero and only 5-foot-8, sacrificed her game this season by playing outside hitter because that’s where her team needed her.
And Bast thrived in that role, finishing with 239 kills, 258 digs and 48 aces. For her efforts, Bast has been selected the 2013 San Gabriel Valley Tribune Girls Volleyball Player of the Year
“She (Bast) hasn’t played outside hitter since the eighth grade, but she didn’t even think twice about it,” Douglas said. “She was exceptional, as usual, but that’s to be expected of her. She works as hard as anyone I’ve ever been around and deserves all the accolades she’s getting.”
St. Lucy’s didn’t advance as far as it wanted in the CIF playoffs, losing a five-set heartbreaker in the second round, but Bast was the Regents’ bread and butter, earning Sierra League first-team honors for the second-straight season, as well as being named to the All CIF-SS team.
Bast, a 4.2 honor student, is thankful to have been part of it all.
“It was definitely unforgettable,” Bast said. “It’s been the greatest experience of my life. I learned so much about myself as a player, growing as a person and becoming an all-around athlete.”
COACH OF THE YEAR: IRENE SUNABE,Duarte
The Falcons won their first league title since 2006, finally wrestling the title away from three-time champion La Puente. In fact, since the Falcons won their last title, the Montview has been won by either Duarte or Sierra Vista since. What made Duarte’s Montview League title so special is that the Falcons were just 12-16 a year earlier and finished fourth in the Montview in 2012. Sunabe led a complete turnaround, not only finishing 19-10, but leading the Falcons to a 13-1 record in league to earn Tribune Coach of the Year honors. The Falcons also swept Mesa Grande Academy in the first-round of the CIF-SS divisional playoffs before losing to Vistamar in the second-round.
NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR: LORYN CARTER, St. Lucy’s, So.
The sophomore made the varsity as a freshman, but she certainly spread her wings this season as a core part of the Regents’ Sierra League title team. With three experienced seniors on St. Lucy’s headed to college on Division 1 scholarships, Carter showed why she’s the future, earning Sierra League first team honors, finishing with 263 digs and 44 blocks.
VERONICA LA PIERRE, St. Lucy’s, Sr.
The Sierra League first-team selection signed her national letter of intent with Portland State in November and played a huge role on the Regents’ co-league championship team. “Ron is our go to offensive weapon,” St. Lucy’s coach Sean Douglas said. “She’s the most versatile offensive player I ever coached. Our program wouldn’t be where it is today without her.” La Pierre finished with a team-best 313 kills, 211 digs
MARISA ROJO, Los Altos, Sr.
The senior outside hitter did everything for the Hacienda League champion Conquerors, earning the league MVP after being named to the first team the two previous years. The 5-foot-10 Rojo is a major player who recently signed a national letter of intent with San Francisco State. The Conquerors finished 11-1 in league behind Rojo, who finished with a team-best 310 kills, 34 blocks, 228 digs and 33 aces.
HANNAH DOONAN, San Dimas, Jr.
The junior has accomplished plenty already after leading the Saints to their fifth straight Valle Vista league title and earning the league’s most valuable player award. Doonan also was named to the Valle Vista league first team as a freshman and sophomore. She’s well regarded on the club circuit and should have plenty of offers for the next level.
SARAH BRUCHET, St. Lucy’s, Sr.
The Regents’ libero was spectacular her senior season, finishing with 321 digs and 20 aces for the Sierra League champions. Bruchet, named to the Sierra League first team, will continue at the next level, signing a letter of intent to compete at UC Riverside. She was one of three regents to earn scholarships in volleyball.
KATHY MCKIERNAN, Duarte, Jr
The versatile outside hitter/middle blocker did everything in helping the Falcons to their first Montview League title since 2006, earning league MVP honors after a 13-1 record in league after finishing fourth a year ago. McKiernan’s final numbers were impressive, finishing with 299 kills, 14 blocks, 94 digs and 50 aces.
MEGAN CHUNG, Diamond Bar, Sr.
The 5-foot-3 sparkplug and libero was the key to the Brahmas’ 18-8 overall record and second-place finish in the Hacienda League. Chung earned Hacienda League first-team honors for the second straight season. Chung finished the with 165 digs, 25 aces and was among the team leader in just about every offensive category for the Brahmas.
ANDREA SANCHEZ, South El Monte, Sr.
Not many players earn league player of the year awards while on a fourth-place team, but that’s exactly what South El Monte’s Sanchez accomplished by earning Mission Valley League MVP honors for the fourth-place Eagles. Sanchez, a four-year varsity player, was named to the MVL first-team twice, is a two-time team MVP and led the Eagles in almost every category, leading the team in kills, blocks and aces.
Tia Hernandez, Diamond Bar, Sr.
Jordan Midyette, Los Altos, Sr.
Genessee Tate, West Covina, Sr.
Madison Hoff, Walnut, Sr.
Becca Lowden, Glendora, Jr.
Courtney Lengyel, Diamond Ranch, Sr.
Jacqueline Cabral, Nogales, Sr.
Oliva Rioseco, Bonita, Sr.
Katelyn Winieki, San Dimas, Sr.
Christa Letourneau, Glendora, Sr.
Alisa McKissick, South Hills, Sr.
Stephanie Morioka, South Hills, Sr.
Juliet McClure, St. Lucy’s, Jr.
Paula Alferez, El Monte, Sr.
Tiyana Watkins, El Monte, Sr.
Sally La, Rosemead, Sr.
ALL VALLE VISTA LEAGUE FOOTBALL, 2013
Most Valuable Player: Darreon Lockett, Pomona
Lineman of Year: Jared Trujillo San Dimas
MVP Offense: Joseph Mayorga, San Dimas
MVP Defense: Darryl Aggers, Pomona
First team offense
Shawn Wilson, Pomona; Desmond Bobo, Pomona; Jayson Miller, Baldwin Park; Fasuto Martinez, San Dimas; Pearnell Smally IV, Covina; Darren Torres, Covina; Mike Moran, Bladwin Park; Bryan Salinas, Northview; Mike Zapata, San Dimas; Fidel Castro, San Dimas; Ruben Retana, Covina; Victor Valdez, Pomona; Noah Reep, San Dimas; Dylan Mora, Baldwin Park
First team defense
Desmond Bobo, Pomona; Shawn Wilson, Pomona; Erick Ware, San Dimas; Kheeyon Woods, Pomona; Jared Brito, Northview; Erasmo Isiorida, Northview; Bobby Rios, San Dimas; Anthony Urrea, Covina; Bryan Salinas, Northview; Josiah Erickson, San Dimas; Darren Torres, Covina; Brian Torres, Pomona
ALL SIERRA LEAGUE FOOTBALL, 2013
Players of the Year: – Adam Goss, Sr., South Hills; Donavin Washington, Sr., Charter Oak; Eric Prevost, Sr., Charter Oak.
Offensive MVP: Zion Echols, Soph., Charter Oak
Defensive MVP: Trent Goens, Soph., Chino Hills
First team offense
QB Brian Meyette, Sr., Ayala; RB Kory Brown, Sr, Charter Oak; RB Brysen Charbonier, Jr., Chino Hills; RB Cecil Fleming, Sr., Claremont; RB Dylan Thigpen, Soph., Damien; OL Jordan Austin, Sr., Claremont; OL Ray Fathauer, Sr., Damien; OL Mike Green, Sr., Chino Hills; OL Alex Haston, Sr., Charter Oak; OL Dominic Johnson, Sr., South Hills; OL Tate Larson, Sr., Damien; WR Josh Dozal, Sr., Ayala; WR Chazz Eldridge, Sr., Chino Hills; WR Baron Franklin, Sr., Claremont; WR D’Angelo Ross, Sr., South Hills; WR Donovan Walker, Sr., Chino Hills; K Tristan Vizcaino, Sr., Damian; ST Tanner Carew, Sr., Damien
First team defense
DB Philip Afia, Jr., Ayala; DB Leroy Cloud, Sr., Damien; DB Carlos Delgado, Sr., South Hills; DB Chazz Eldridge, Sr., Chino Hills; DB Candy Nava, Sr., Charter Oak; LB Mason Behr, Sr., South Hills; LB Jose Bonilla, Sr., Charter Oak; LB Matt Chavez, Sr., South Hills; LB Josh Ferrer, Sr., Claremont; LB Nick Markarian, Jr., Ayala; LB Luke McKay, Jr., Chino Hills; LB Jason Ortiz, Jr., Charter Oak; LB Joe Provenzano, Sr., Damien; LB Anthony Rosales, Soph., Chino Hills; DL David Apodaca, Sr., Charter Oak; DL Khylan Brooks, Sr., Charter Oak; DL Matt Daley, Sr., Damien; DL Ryan Rodriguez, Sr., South Hills; DL Patrick Sanchez, Jr., Damien
ALL SERRA LEAGUE FOOTBALL, 2013
Most Valuable Player: Koa Farmer, Notre Dame, 12, DB; Desean Holmes, Alemany, 11, WR
MVP OFFENSIVE PLAYER: TJ Brumfield, Crespi, 11, RB; Nico Evans, Loyola, 12, RB
MVP DEFENSIVE PLAYER: Brandon Boyd, Alemany, 12, DB; Deion Dayao, Notre Dame, 12, DL
MVP LINEMAN: Chris Brown, Loyola, 12, OL
First Team Offense
Victor Alvarez, Crespi, 12, OL; Chris Colarossi, Notre Dame, 12, RB; Dominic Davis, Alemany, 11, RB; Alif Grayes, Alemany, 12, QB; Koa Haynes, Bishop Amat, 12, QB; Daniel Khan, Notre Dame, 12, WR; Grant Kraemer, Notre Dame, 12, QB; Isaias Najera, Notre Dame, 12, OL; Adrian Ortega, Bishop Amat, 12, RB; Brandon Pierce, Alemany, 11, WR; Sione Taufahema, Alemany, 11, OL; John Turner, Loyola, 12, OL; Nathan Washington, Crespi, 12, WR
First Team Defense
D.J. Beavers, Crespi, 11, LB; Mike Little, Notre Dame, 11, DB; Vaimoe Sekona, Crespi, 11, DL; Cameron Page, Notre Dame, 12, LB; Ruben Peters, Loyola, 12, LB; Chris Prieto, Bishop Amat, 12, DE; Mike Ramos, Notre Dame, 11, LB; Christian Rector, Loyola, 11, DE; Colin Samuel, Alemany, 11, DB; Quintin Sims, Alemany, 11, DL; Marvell Tell, Crespi, 11, DB; Tyree Thompson, Alemany, 11, DE
MISSION VALLEY ALL-LEAGUE FOOTBALL, 2013
Player of the Year – Nathan Coto – Arroyo
Linemen of the Year: Mark Rangel – Arroyo
Back of the Year: Jose Moreno – Mtn. View
First Team Offense
Jose Valdiva – Arroyo, AP; Elijah Peters – Gabrielino, QB; Randy Amezcua – Arroyo, RB; Patrick Lopez – Rosemead, RB; Ronnie Galvan – Arroyo, C; Michael Moreno – Mtn. View, G; Joseph Lopez – El Monte, G; Joe Pinon – Arroyo, T; Johnny Leanos – Rosemead, T; Michael Sahagun – Rosemead, TE; Nico Lozano – Arroyo, SE; Jeremy Franco – Gabrielino, SE; Stephen Cansino – Rosemead, K
First Team Defense
Gilbert Martinez – Arroyo, AP; Robert Sanchez – Arroyo, DL; Demarco Munoz – Rosemead, DL; Juan Hernandez – Arroyo, DL; Alex Enriquez – Arroyo, DE; Joseph Rosales – Rosemead, DE; Jesus Calvillo – Arroyo, LB; Chris Montoya – Gabrielino, LB; Michael Sahagun – Rosemead, LB; Tony Hernandez – Arroyo, LB; Sonny Gonzalez – Arroyo, DB; Steven Rubaculva – Rosemead, DB; Joey Rodriguez – Arroyo, DB
HACIENDA FOOTBALL ALL-LEAGUE, 2013
Player of the Year: Kammy Delp, Diamond Ranch
Offensive Player of the Year: Estuardo Marcos, Sr., Los Altos
Defensive Players of the Year: Sidney Jones, Sr., West Covina and Thomas Loy, Sr., Bonita
First team offense
C Eric Castillo, Jr., Los Altos; G David Tolmachoff, Jr., Los Altos; G Eric Quevedo, Jr., West Covina; T George Stewart, Jr., Los Altos; T Chris Fernandez, Sr., West Covina; TE Tyler Lli, Jr., West Copvina; RB Daniel Garcia, Jr., Diamond Ranch; RB Tyler Brown, Sr., Diamond Bar; RB Jake Payton, Sr., Bonita; RB William Bryan, Sr., Diamond Ranch; WR Cordell Broadus, Jr., Diamond Bar; WR Danny Gelalich, Jr., Bonita; WR Marcus Briscoe, Sr., Diamond Ranch; K Mario Giron, Sr., Diamond Ranch
First team defense
DL David Tolmachoff, Jr., Los Altos; DL Christian McQueen, Sr., Bonita; DL Josh Herrera, Sr., West Covina; DL Tevita Sina, Jr., Los Altos; DL David Jimenez, Jr., Los Altos; DL Austin Russell, Jr., Bonita; LB Josh Best, Sr., West Covina; LB Matt Preston, Sr., Diamond Ranch; LB Carlos Mejia, Jr., Los Altos; LB Steven Olmos, Jr., Los Altos; LB David Ford, Sr., West Covina; DB Danny Gelalich, Jr., Bonita; DB DeShon Love, Jr., West Covina; DB John Perkins, Jr., Diamond Ranch, Jr.; DB William Bryan, Sr., Diamond Ranch; DB Daniel Garcia, Jr., Diamond Ranch
ALL BASELINE LEAGUE FOOTBALL, 2013
Most Valuable Player: Trevor Wright, Upland, 12
Most Valuable Defensive Player: Chris Unga, Rancho Cucamonga, 12
First Team Offense
Marcellus Hunter, Alta Loma, 12; Jesus Soltero, Alta Loma, 11; Darryn Ratliff, Etiwanda, 12; Kempsen Pearce, Etiwanda, 10; Jake Crites, Etiwanda, 12; Britton Noskof, Glendora, 12; Ben Northup, Glendora, 11; Durron Burton, Los Osos, 12; Chris Brenner, Los Osos, 12; Aaron Manning, Rancho Cucamonga, 10; Ian Borngrebe, Rancho Cucamonga, 12; Blake Fisher, Rancho Cucamonga, 11; Cristian Casillas , Rancho Cucamonga, 12; Tyler Hilinski, Upland, 11; Marquis Wimberley, Upland, 12; Donnie Greene, Upland, 11
First Team Defense
Treyjohn Butler, Etiwanda, 10; Tacory Spencer, Etiwanda, 12; Deshawn Fortune, Etiwanda, 11; Khaylen Kearse-Thomas, Etiwanda, 11; Zach Lewallen, Glendora, 11; Dillon Fink, Glendora, 12; Ryan DeGuzman, Glendora, 11; Dillon Shiver, Los Osos, 12; Michael West, Los Osos, 12; Carlos Tobar, Los Osos, 12; Dylan Taylor, Rancho Cucamonga, 12; Robert Cuevas, Rancho Cucamonga, 11; Uepi Kaufusi, Rancho Cucamonga, 11; Ralston Compton, Rancho Cucamonga, 12; Artuz Manning, Rancho Cucamonga, 12; Jeff Farrar, Upland, 12; Mataele Kauvaka, Upland, 12