How area tennis players did at CIF-SS individual regionals

San Marino, Arcadia and La Canada are the lone remaining representatives from the San Gabriel Valley after Monday’s CIF-SS tennis individual regional tournaments.
The Titans’ Devon Jack and the Apaches’ Michelle Deng both won their singles draws at the Whittier Narrows tennis courts, as did San Marino’s Madeline Gandawidjaja and Libby Chang, Arcadia’s Rachelle Yang and Angelica Zhou and La Canada’s Cassie and Sophie McKenzie in doubles play.
All third-round winners advance to a Round of 20; 12 players will earn berths in the Round of 16 in Seal Beach and eight players will play for the final four berths at Whittier Narrows next week.
Cassie and her older sister, Ally, reached the doubles semifinals last year. Gandawidjaja and Sophia Lee reached the Round of 20.
The Round of 20 is Dec. 1. The Round of 16 and quarterfinals are Dec. 2 with the semifinals and finals Dec. 3.

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Bishop Amat, Glendora, Charter Oak and San Dimas advance to semifinals

SCOREBOARD: Follow the SGVN quarterfinal scoreboards for scoring updates throughout the night

Charter Oak routs Monrovia: When asked how many times he’s taken a team to the semifinals, Charter Oak High School football coach Lou Farrar was stumped. “Nine times? Twelve?” said Farrar, who has won five CIF championships. “I’ll have to look it up and text you.” Whatever the number, Farrar can add one to it after his Chargers posted a resounding 52-14 win over Monrovia in the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Central Division playoffs.”

Sweet runs wild: Bishop Amat’s Torreahno Sweet and Oaks Christian quarterback Matt Corral and USC-bound receiver Michael Pittman put on a quite a show in the CIF-SS Pac-5 Division quarterfinals at Kiefer Stadium on Friday.
But when the dust settled, Sweet and Amat prevailed with a 61-40 victory to end Oaks Christian’s undefeated season and propel Amat back to the semifinals for a second straight year.

Glendora gets payback: Last season Colony defeated Glendora with a hobbled Matt Fink in the second round, scoring two touchdowns late in the fourth quarter to break a tied game, on their way to a CIF-SS Central Division championship. Glendora (11-1) earned an opportunity for redemption and made the most of it, defeating Colony 28-14 on Friday night. The Tartans will host their Mayor’s Trophy rival Charter Oak in the semifinals at Citrus College, The Chargers beat Glendora 28-7 in week 4.

Pomona in thriller over Northview: The Northview High School football team led for 47 minutes, 36 seconds of a 48-minute game Friday night, but a 5-yard run by Darreon Lockett gave Pomona its only lead in a 62-55 shootout, sending the reigning champion Red Devils back to the CIF Southern Section Mid-Valley Division semifinals.
The Vikings (10-2) led by as many as 21 points in the second quarter, but Pomona (11-2) scored three touchdowns on the next four drives to tie the game at 34. Northview scored three more touchdowns in the second half, but each one was answered quickly by a Pomona touchdown.

Viewpoint stuns Covina: Seth Frank kicked a 42-yard field goal with 17 seconds remaining to lift Viewpoint to an improbable 37-35 victory over Covina in the CIF Southern Section Mid-Valley Division quarterfinal at West Covina High.

San Dimas advances to semis: The Paraclete High School football team came up short against San Dimas in a thrilling 43-28 quarterfinal game in the CIF Southern Mid-Valley Division.The game was much closer than the score would suggest with Paraclete trailing by just six points behind with just over 2 minutes left.

Friday’s results
Pac-5 Division
Bishop Amat 61, Oaks Christian 40
Southwest Division
La Habra 42, Laguna Hills 14
San Clemente 52, Sonora 45
Southeast Division
La Serna 68, Harvard Westlake 42
St. Francis 21, Burroughs 7
La Mirada 38, Dominguez 13
Central Division
Charter Oak 52, Monrovia 14
Glendora 28, Colony 14
San Marino 52, Don Lugo 10
Mid-Valley Division
Sierra Canyon 49, Schurr 14
Pomona 62, Northview 55
Viewpoint 37, Covina 36
San Dimas 43, Paraclete 28
Northwest Division
Aquinas 35, Maranatha 14

Football Semifinals
Pac-5 Division

Bishop Amat vs. St. John Bosco at Cerritos College
Central Division
Summit at San Marino
Charter Oak vs. Glendora at Citrus
San Dimas at Viewpoint
Pomona at Sierra Canyon

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Tribskin Pick’em: Taking Amat, Charter Oak, Northview, San Dimas to reach semifinals


San Dimas faces familiar foe: One of the most cringe-worthy road trips any Mid-Valley Division team can take is to Lancaster on a Friday night to take on Paraclete High School.
But perhaps the Mid-Valley team best equipped to deal with it is San Dimas, which has plenty of experience through the years against the Spirits in high-stakes games.
“It’s like a college road trip,” first-year San Dimas head coach Mark Holman said. “We’ll leave here Friday at noon, get up there at 2 and have a walk through. Have some dinner. We’ll try to make it like a normal home game.”

This weeks games and predictions
CIF-SS Playoff Schedule
Friday’s Quarterfinals
All games start at 7:30 p.m., unless noted
Pac-5 Division

Oaks Christian (11-0) at Bishop Amat (9-2) — Robledo (Amat); Aram (BA)
Southwest Division
La Habra (10-1) at Laguna Hills (8-3) — Robledo (La Habra); Aram (LaHab)
San Clemente (9-2) vs. Sonora (9-2) at La Habra HS, 7 p.m. — Robledo (SC); Aram (SC)
Southeast Division
La Serna (9-2) at Harvard-Westlake (8-3) — Robledo (HW); Aram (LS)
Burroughs (10-1) at St. Francis (8-3) — Robledo (St. Francis); Aram (SF)
La Mirada (8-3) at Dominguez (8-3) — Robledo (La Mirada); Aram (LM)
Central Division
Monrovia (8-3) at Charter Oak, 7 p.m. (10-1) — Robledo (COak); Aram (CO)
Glendora (10-1) at Colony (8-3) — Robledo (Colony); Aram (G-Hi)
San Marino (11-0) vs. Don Lugo, 7 p.m. (6-5) — Robledo (SMarino); Aram (SM)
Mid-Valley Division
Sierra Canyon (11-0) at Schurr (6-5) — Robledo (Sierra Canyon); Aram (SC)
Pomona (9-2) vs. Northview (10-1), at CDF, 7 p.m. — Robledo (NView); Aram (N)
Viewpoint (6-5) vs. Covina (7-4), at West Covina HS, 7 p.m. — Robledo (Viewpoint); Aram (View)
San Dimas (8-3) at Paraclete (6-5) — Robledo (SDimas); Aram (Clete)
Northwest Division
Maranatha (7-4) at Aquinas (7-4) — Robledo (Aquinas); Aram (Mara)

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PrepXtra Postgame: We talk playoffs and highlights, interviews with Amat players and coach Hagerty

CIF-SS Playoff Schedule
Friday’s Quarterfinals
All games tentatively set to start at 7:30 p.m.

Pac-5 Division
Oaks Christian (11-0) at Bishop Amat (9-2)
Southwest Division
La Habra (10-1) at Laguna Hills (8-3)
San Clemente (9-2) at Sonora (9-2)
Southeast Division
La Serna (9-2) at Harvard-Westlake (8-3)
Burroughs (10-1) at St. Francis (8-3)
La Mirada (8-3) at Dominguez (8-3)
Central Division
Monrovia (8-3) at Charter Oak (10-1)
Glendora (10-1) at Colony (8-3)
San Marino (11-0) at Don Lugo (6-5)
Mid-Valley Division
Sierra Canyon (11-0) at Schurr (6-5)
Pomona (9-2) at Northview (10-1)
Viewpoint (6-5) at Covina (7-4)
San Dimas (8-3) at Paraclete (6-5)
Northwest Division
Maranatha (7-4) at Aquinas (7-4)

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Bishop Amat drops 72 on Norco; Charter Oak, Northview, Glendora, San Dimas all win

High School Football live scoreboard updates

AMAT CRUSHES NORCO: If conventional wisdom holds true, the Bishop Amat High football team will need to defeat juggernauts St. John Bosco and Corona Centennial in consecutive weeks to win the CIF Southern Section Pac-5 Division championship.
Aided by a 43-point second-quarter outburst, the Lancers (9-2) took their first step toward that tall task Friday night at Kiefer Stadium with a 72-36 first-round victory over Norco.

Don Lugo knocks out Bonita: It had been long enough since the Don Lugo High School football team had won a playoff game, the coaching staff couldn’t dig up that last postseason victory in the records.
The Conquistadores are more worried about their future after a 28-19 victory over Bonita on Friday night in the first round of the CIF-SS Central Division playoffs.

San Marino eliminates Diamond Ranch: Diamond Ranch High School’s football team gave San Marino its best game of the season, and it still wasn’t nearly enough.
The Titans improved to 11-0 with a 35-21 victory over the visiting Panthers in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Central Division playoffs on Friday night. San Marino, the division’s No. 3 seed, will visit Don Lugo in next week’s second round. San Marino’s closest game before Friday’s result was 35 points.

Covina edges Arroyo: Covina may have needed an at-large bid to make the CIF Southern Section playoffs but the Colts took advantage of the opportunity and beat fifth-seeded Arroyo 35-28 in a Mid-Valley Division first-round game on Friday night. Covina (7-4) will host Viewpoint, another at-large team, Friday at 7 p.m.

Schurr 27, Baldwin Park 26
Quarterback Miguel Aguero scored in overtime on a 1-yard run and Eddie Delgado picked off a Jacob Robles pass on a two-point conversion attempt and Schurr High School rallied for a 27-26 CIF Southern Section Mid-Valley Division first-round victory on Friday night.
The Spartans (6-5) trailed the Montview League champions (7-4) 20-10 at the half. Aguero scored in the third quarter and Pedro Moreno kicked a field goal to send it into overtime. Schurr got the ball first in OT. On third-and-5 from the 20, Aguero got a key first down on a 5-yard pass to Anthony Varela. The Spartans marched the ball to the 1, where Aguero scored and Moreno kicked the extra point.
On the Braves’ first play of overtime, Robles was sacked. But on third-and-19, he hit Louis Flores on a 34-yard pass. Two plays later, Robles scored. The Braves lined up to kick the extra point to tie the game, but when the ball went through the goalposts it was waived off, the Braves calling time out before the snap.
Baldwin Park elected to go for the win and the Braves lined up all of their receivers on the right side. Robles was supposed to lob the ball up, but the pass was more of a beeline, right to Delgado.
The Braves led 14-0 when Carlos Varguez intercepted a Arguero pass and went 82 yards for a score. Flores rushed for 107 yards and a TD for the Braves.
— Rudy Ramos

Glendora 34, South Pasadena 0
Matt Fink did it again. The Tartans’ quarterback threw two touchdown passes and scored two touchdowns himself in the first round of the Central Division playoffs in a game played at Citrus College.
Fink threw for 62 yards, completing 4-of-9 passes and he and rushed for 50 yards on nine carries. Tight end Corey Taylor scored the first touchdown and cornerback Michael Lowe, Jr. scored the second before Fink scored his pair of touchdowns. Running back Anthony Montano led the fourth-seeded Tartans (10-1) in rushing yards with 114.
The Tartans play at Colony next week.
— Vincent Nguyen

San Dimas 49, Bassett 21 Charter Oak 49, Ayala 0
Zion Echols scored four touchdowns on 11 carries and ran for 149 yards before being pulled after one carry in the second half as the top-seeded Chargers rolled to a Central Division victory.
It was the Echols and Kam Brown Show in the first half. The two combined for four rushing touchdowns as the Chargers scored on four of their five first-half possessions, taking a commanding 28-0 lead at halftime.
Echols played only one play in the second half, which was a 54-yard touchdown scamper to extend the lead to 35-0.
The Chargers’ defense forced five turnovers and sacked Ayala’s quarterback five times. Charter Oak will be at home against Monrovia in the second round.
L.J. Velez

Northview 48, Rosemead 17
Quarterback Steven Comstock used a dominating performance to lead the Vikings in a Mid-Valley Division game at Covina District Field. Northview (10-1) played Rosemead (5-6) in the opening week of the season and Northview won, 37-24. This game was much more one-sided.
Comstock completed 13 of 21 passes for 210 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran the ball 11 times for 203 yards and three touchdowns. The Vikings will host third-seed Pomona next week.
— Guillermo Tovar

Friday’s results
Pac-5 Division

Bishop Amat 72, Norco 36
Central Division
Charter Oak 49, Ayala 0
Monrovia 27, Grand Terrace 17
Glendora 34, South Pasadeno 0
San Marino 35, Diamond Ranch 21
Don Lugo 28, Bonita 19
Summit 59, South Hills 35
Mid-Valley Division
Sierra Canyon 69, El Monte 18
Schurr 27, Baldwin Park 26, OT
Northview 48, Rosemead 17
Viewpoint 49, Montebello 0
Pomona 40, Brentwood 33
Covina 35, Arroyo 28
San Dimas 49, Bassett 21
Paraclete 49, Azusa 0

Friday’s Quarterfinals
Pac-5 Division

Oaks Christian at Bishop Amate
Central Division
Monrovia at Charter Oak
Glendora at Colony
San Marino at Don Lugo
Chino at Summit
Mid-Valley Division
Sierra Canyon at Schurr
Pomona at Northview
Viewpoint at Covina
San Dimas at Paraclete

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Amat, Covina, Mayfield, La Canada, San Dimas’ Wynn qualify in girls D4 cross country

Girls Division 4
CIF-SS preliminaries at Riverside
Advancing to Saturday’s finals at Mt. SAC:
Bishop Amat, Covina, Mayfield, La Canada
Shaylynn Wynn, San Dimas

First race
1 Ally Palomino, Bishop Amat 17:56.8
2 Olivia Paez, Bishop Amat 18:02.5
3 Jessica Gallardo, Bishop Amat 18:09.6
8 Shaylynn Wynn, San Dimas 18:17.7
9 Leslie Rivera, Bishop Amat 18:18.0
13 Gabbie Rivera, Bishop Amat 18:33.4
14 Ashley Gomez, Bishop Amat 18:43.3
15 Ivanna Chagolla, St. Lucy’s 18:48.1
17 Sabrina Lucio, St. Lucy’s 18:54.2
25 Olivia Harrigian, San Marino 19:15.1
31 Samantha Cabrera, Bishop Amat 19:24.8
34 Bobbie Bryne, Flintridge Sacred Heart 19:29.4
48 Richelle Campbell, San Dimas 19:57.0
49 Brianna Corvese, St. Lucy’s 20:01.9
56 Carlin Koch, San Marino 20:13.0
61 Karen Herrera, La Puente 20:22.4
64 Desiree Alvarado, Bassett 20:24.7
66 Angelina Ramos, St. Paul 20:28.3
67 Olivia Ruiz, San Marino 20:29.3
71 Chloe Leong, St. Lucy’s 20:36.1
72 Angela Wang, San Marino 20:36.6
77 Ruth Blanco, St. Paul 20:40.0
78 Fiona Harrigian, San Marino 20:45.2
80 Maddison Fenton, St. Lucy’s 20:54.5
82 Karen Bruce, St. Lucy’s 20:54.9
83 Kiley Wilson, Flintridge Sacred Heart 20:57.5
84 Nicole Roxas, St. Paul 20:57.8
87 Megan Koehler, Flintridge Sacred Heart 21:02.2
89 Evelyn Tran, San Marino 21:08.3
93 Lauren Yeh, Flintridge Sacred Heart 21:10.7
94 Emily Beeve, Flintridge Sacred Heart 21:11.0
95 Jennifer Berrios, Bassett 21:12.2
97 Erica Wei, Flintridge Sacred Heart 21:15.3
100 Alondra Dominguez, St. Paul 21:23.7
101 Brittany Kodoma, San Dimas 21:24.6
104 Juliana Judge, San Marino 21:32.4
106 Samantha Covey, Flintridge Sacred Heart 21:44.6
107 Jubilee Apodaca, St. Paul 21:45.2
108 Alyssa Avalos, St. Lucy’s 21:54.4
111 Maddy Kim, San Dimas 22:10.7
115 Jazlyn Vazquez, Bassett 22:28.3
116 Andrea Chau, Maranatha 22:37.8
117 Vanessa Monrreal, Bassett 22:44.2
119 Sandra Vida, Bassett 22:49.8
121 Leslie Gutierrez, Bassett 22:51.6
124 Samantha Sison, St. Paul 23:13.9
125 Adriana McGill, San Dimas 23:19.9
126 Raegan Lucero, St. Paul 23:25.3
130 Lindsey Prigge, San Dimas 23:41.9
132 Emily Chaparian, Maranatha 24:14.4
133 Korie Smith, San Dimas 25:01.4
134 Delilah Martin, Maranatha 25:27.0
135 Jane Lee, Maranatha 25:28.2
136 Tiffany Teguh, Maranatha 25:30.1
137 Arianda Cruz, Bassett 25:36.9
138 Isabela Rivera, Maranatha 25:39.7
140 Natalie Song, Maranatha 26:23.6
1 Bishop Amat 28
9 St. Lucy’s 222
11 San Marino 283
12 Flintridge Sacred Heart 375
13 San Dimas 379
14 St. Paul 414
18 Bassett 490
20 Maranatha 633

Race 2
2 Katie Scoville, La Canada 17:57.5
4 Demi Marine, Covina 18:07.3
10 Marisa Sanchez, Mayfield 18:46.2
11 Katherine Tighe, Mayfield 18:46.3
12 Vanessa Gracian, Covina 18:48.8
14 McKenna Smith, Mayfield 18:49.5
17 Adena Dipaolo, La Canada 18:57.5
19 Natali Contreras, Covina 19:01.7
29 Marlen Herrera, La Puente 19:30.1
30 Kallie Rushing, La Canada 19:34.1
33 Sophie Fortner, Mayfield 19:41.8
34 Izabella Silva, Covina 19:42.3
36 Ashley Mayo, La Salle 19:44.4
39 Victoria Covarrubias, Covina 19:50.3
40 Sophie Silva, Mayfield 19:50.4
41 Charisma Benitez, Covina 19:51.3
47 Callie Guthrie, Marshall 19:56.4
48 Abigail Marich, La Salle 19:57.9
49 Makenna Maucher, La Salle 19:59.4
52 Samantha Knapp, La Salle 20:02.7
53 Amy Baray, Whittier Christian 20:03.4
59 Sidney Hendricks, Mayfield 20:11.3
61 Zoe Hale, La Canada 20:13.4
62 Jazmine Soria, Edgewood 20:13.9
64 Hannah Howard, La Salle 20:17.6
68 Aundrea Cedeno, Covina 20:36.0
80 Cecilia Arellano, Workman 20:57.9
82 Lynette Aslanian, La Canada 21:05.4
86 Leah Martinez, Azusa 21:07.4
91 Flor Aguirre, Azusa 21:11.4
97 Marissa Perez, Mayfield 21:24.5
98 Laura Diaz, Edgewood 21:25.4
107 Sydney Bond, La Canada 21:49.3
111 Emily Jeffers, Whittier Christian 21:53.5
117 Jacqueline Alvarez, Azusa 22:06.1
124 Keanna Lazaro, La Salle 22:43.3
128 Morgan Bowman, La Canada 22:48.6
130 Camilla Montelongo, Whittier Christian 22:56.0
132 Jacqueline Tooley, La Salle 23:03.3
134 Coral Jaimes, Azusa 23:16.3
135 Kimberly Varela, Edgewood 23:17.1
136 Ashley Agustin, Edgewood 23:22.4
141 Alyssa Yanes, Edgewood 23:44.1
142 Brenda Garcia, Edgewood 23:55.8
144 Tania Amaya, Whittier Christian 24:15.8
145 Jennifer Lopez, Edgewood 24:24.2
147 Kennedi Bissuett, Whittier Christian 24:52.2
150 Sophie Aguirre, Whittier Christian 25:35.2
154 Adriana Torres, Azusa 26:59.6
155 Andrea Escalante, Azusa 26:59.7
156 Syler Sauser-Rojo, Whittier Christian 33:49.2
2 Covina 106
3 Mayfield 106
6 La Canada 86
9 La Salle 240
19 Azusa 548
20 Edgewood 554
21 Whittier Christian 567

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