Girls Basketball Rankings: No. 1 Rowland having a dream season


Girls Basketball Rankings
1. Rowland (22-1)
— Can clinch Valle Vista outright with win over Covina.
2. Walnut (21-3) — Beats Los Altos in rematch to tie for Hacienda lead.
3. Los Altos (21-3) — Is 7-1 and tied in Hacienda with Walnut with two to play.
4. Covina (22-4) — Can share Valle Vista title by beating Rowland.
5. Glendora (21-4) — Beat Bonita 51-38 to tie for Palomares lead.
6. Duarte (23-4) — Dominated Montview, ready for the playoffs.
7. Diamond Bar (19-6) — Still fighting for a playoff spot.
8. Bishop Amat (18-7) – Clinched second in Camino Real.
9. Bonita (16-8) — Tied for Palomares lead with Glendora, both 6-2.
10. West Covina (16-10) — Bulldogs a solid third in tough Hacienda.



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Girls Soccer Rankings: Bishop Amat takes back top spot


Girls Soccer Rankings
1. Bishop Amat (20-3) – Clinched Del Rey title and No. 1 in Division 3
2. Glendora (17-4-1) — Ten game win streak snapped in 4-1 loss to Claremont.
3. West Covina (10-2-9) – Clinched first-ever Hacienda title.
4. Nogales (14-3-3) – Only allowed two goals in Montview.
5. South Hills (12-8-1) — Clinched third in Palomares heading to D1 playoffs.
6. Rowland (13-6-2) – Needs to beat Covina to earn share of Valle Vista.
7. Covina (12-5-1) – Faces Rowland with league title on the line, Tueday.
8. Arroyo (9-5-9) – Will finish second in Mission Valley League.
9. Sierra Vista (6-6-2) — Will finish no worse than second in Montview.
10. Walnut (6-9-1) — Is third at 4-3-1 in Hacienda.

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Boys Soccer Rankings: Glendora, Nogales, Baldwin Park closing in on league titles

Tribune Boys Soccer Rankings
1. Glendora (12-4-2) – Clinched share of Palomares league title
2. Nogales (13-3-4) — Only allowed five goals in the Montview.
3. Baldwin Park (14-2-3) – Has won 11 of 12 to take over Valle Vista lead.
4. La Puente (11-1-4) – Tied with Garey in Miramonte with two left.
5. El Monte (13-5-2) – Closing in on Mission Valley title.
6. Sierra Vista (12-5-3) – Will likely finish second to Nogales in VVL.
7. Walnut (12-6-1) – Tied with Diamond Ranch with two to play.
8. Wilson (9-3-3) – Solid second in Valle Vista.
9. Arroyo (11-6-1) – Fighting for playoff spot in tight Mission Valley.
10. Diamond Ranch (9-8-4) – Is 6-2 in the Hacienda.

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Friday Recap: San Dimas boys basketball clinch a share of the Valle Vista League title

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Boys basketball
San Dimas 67, Northview 42 — Ronny Rafeh had 22 points and 11 rebounds, Donnell Leffridge added 13 points and Abbas Darwiche had 13 rebounds for the Saints (17-8, 8-0), who clinched a share of the Valle Vista League title.
Damien 102, Los Osos 72 — Cam Shelton had 31 points and 10 rebounds, Justin Hemsley and Zeke Alley each had 16 points and Elijah McCullough had 14 points for the Spartans (23-3, 6-2) in a Baseline League win.
Rowland 66, Baldwin Park 45 — Jarbas Faria scored 12 points and Phillip Aguiniga and Curtis Hong each scored 11 for the Raiders (16-8, 6-2) in a Valle Vista League game.
Charter Oak 76, Diamond Ranch 47 — Jermaine Braddock scored 26 points, William Vest added 17 and Chase Evans and Michael Anyanwu each had 12 for the Chargers (13-8, 4-4) in a Hacienda League win. Coree Joseph had 11 points for the Panthers (4-19, 1-7).
Bishop Amat 79, Bell-Jeff 21 — Ismael Arellano scored 16 points, Vittorio Vico added 12 and Damian Moore had 11 for the Lancers (18-6, 5-3) in a Camino Real League victory.
Edgewood 66, Garey 41 — Ozzy Mancilla had 20 points, Niko Yamamoto added 18 points, Daniel Felix had 15 points and Isaac Gutierrez added 10 for the Lions (18-5, 5-3) in a Miramonte League win.
South Hills 72, Diamond Bar 71 — Jason Rodriguez had 28 points and Dalton Clevenger had 14 points and 16 rebounds for the Huskies in a Palomares League game.

Girls basketball
Duarte 50, Sierra Vista 12 — Patricia Morris and Delaney Thompson each scored 12 points for the Falcons (23-4, 8-0) in a Montview League win.
Walnut 58, West Covina 38 — Theresa Lin scored 22 points and had 15 rebounds for the Mustangs (21-3, 7-1) in a Hacienda League victory.
Glendora 51, Bonita 38 — Alex Lowden had 21 points and 12 rebounds for the Tartans (21-4, 6-2) in a Palomares League win.
Gabrielino 54, El Monte 49 — Amanda Lee had 18 points and Taylor Vuong added 12 for the Eagles (15-8, 10-1) in a Mission Valley League game.

Boys soccer
Diamond Bar 2, Claremont 0 — Andrew Ellis scored twice, goalie Tommy Ramos recorded a shutout and Sebastian Jeon had an assist for the Brahmas (8-9-1, 4-5) in a Palomares League win.

Girls soccer
Glendora 3, Ayala 1 — MacKinley Gregus, Hanna Goff and Jennifer Segura each scored for the Tartans (17-4-1, 8-1-0) in a Palomares League match.
South Hills 3, Bonita 0 — Madison Warren scored twice and had an assist, goalie Vivana Poli recorded a shutout and Isabella Valderrama scored for the Huskies (12-8-1, 6-3) in a Palomares League victory. Also for South Hills, Madison Fortich and Monique Gonzalez each had an assist.
Gladstone 2, Azusa 0 — Melanie Elizalde and Yvette Chavez each scored and goalie Alejandra Larios recorded a shutout for the visiting Gladiators (8-7-1, 4-4) in a Montview League win. Elizalde also had an assist.

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Thursday Recap: Bishop Amat boys basketball falls to St. Anthony

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Boys basketball
St. Anthony 70, Bishop Amat 50 — Gjerard Wilson had 15 points and Jonathan Aguirre had eight for the Lancers (17-6, 4-3) in a Camino Real League loss Wednesday.

Girls soccer
Bishop Amat 4, La Salle 0 — Alexandra Jaquez, Sophia Serafin, Nicole Diaz and Nayeli Diaz each scored for Bishop Amat (20-3, 8-0), which clinched the Del Rey League title.
Rowland 4, Baldwin Park 2 — Ruby Fernandez, Leslie Cortes, Lexi Caceras and Melanie Romero each scored for the Raiders (13-6-2, 6-2) in a Valle Vista League match. Fernandez and Cortes each had an assist.
Garey 3, Edgewood 2, 2 OT — Isabel Correa scored twice, LLiana Gallegos scored and Anahi Chimal had an assist for the Vikings (8-6-3, 6-1-1) in a Miramonte League win.

Girls water polo
Charter Oak 12, Walnut 10 — Sabrina Shaw scored five goals, Katie Fugit had four goals and five assists and Emma Tuck had four steals for the Chargers (3-1) in a Hacienda League win. Erin DeAnda scored five goals and Paris Alvarado had three goals for the Mustangs (2-2).

Boys wrestling
Miramonte League — La Puente had 11 wrestlers qualify for the CIF-SS Inland Division championships in individual finals. Scoring victories for the Warriors were Juan Millian (108 pounds), Lorenzo De Loera (115), Daniel Juardiego (122), Andrew De Loera (128), Alejandro Villegas (147), Ricardo Escalante (154), Edward Cox (172), Louis Torres (184), Ronnie Mireles (197), Andrew Ramos (222) and Ivan Plaza (287). Bassett’s Martir Argueta (108), Arthur Alvarado (115), Moises Aguilera (122), Levi Quiroz (128), Tony Alvardo (134), Guillermo Perez (140), Kevin Ramirez (147), Tommy Mesa (162), Miguel Bravo (184) and Ricardo Albavera (197) also qualified. Also advancing was Edgewood’s Tony Leonard (122) and Aaron Rivera (172).

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Northview gets top seed for CIF-SS dual championships


Northview High School, which has won nine CIF Southern Section dual wrestling championships, is in strong position to add to its lore.
The Vikings received the top seed for the Central Division when pairings for Saturday’s dual championships were announced by CIF-SS. Northview, ranked No. 1 in the division all season, will face Charter Oak in the first round. All Central Division matches are at Alta Loma High.
The host Braves are the No. 2 seed and face Covina in the first round.
Northview has won the division each of the past two seasons and has won five titles during the past six seasons.
All six divisions will be contested at home sites. The first round is at 11 a.m., with the quarterfinals and semifinals at 3 and 5 p.m., respectively. The finals are scheduled for 7.
The other hosts are Huntington Beach Marina (Coastal), Corona Santiago (Eastern), Goleta Dos Pueblos (Northern), Redondo Union (Southern) and Lakewood (Western).
— Stephen Ramirez

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Wednesday Recap: Claremont boys basketball upsets Palomares League leader Bonita

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Boys basketball
CLAREMONT 66, BONITA 56 — Senior point guard Kyle Scalmanini scored 17 points with eight assists as the Wolfpack (17-8, 5-2) upset Palomares League leader Bonita, which is ranked ninth in CIF-SS Division 1-A. Claremont, ranked fifth in Division 2-A, also got 12 points and 11 rebounds from Tyler Risher. Marcus Williams had 11 points and Christian Jordan 12 rebounds.
San Dimas 64, Wilson 54 — Ronny Rafeh had 13 points and seven rebounds, Andrew Sanchez scored 12 points and Spencer Bandow had 11 points and 10 rebounds for the Saints (16-8, 7-0) in a Valle Vista League win. Ethan Sims scored 26 points and Jeffrey Von had 10 points for the Wildcats (9-13, 3-4).
Rowland 66, Northview 32 — Curtis Hong scored 21 points, Phillip Aguiniga had 15 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists and Jarbas Faria scored 11 for the Raiders (15-8, 5-2) in a Valle Vista League victory.
South Hills 49, Glendora 47 — Jason Rodriguez had 20 points and Dalton Clevenger had 13 points for the Huskies (11-13, 2-5) in a Palomares League game.
Charter Oak 53, Chino 50 — Jermaine Braddock had 15 points, Michael Anyanwu had 14 and Chase Evans scored 13 for the Chargers (13-8, 3-4) in a Hacienda League victory. Pedro Lead had 19 points for Chino (10-13, 1-6).
West Covina 59, Diamond Ranch 51 — Nick Hart had 26 points and 13 rebounds, Darian Nickols had 12 points and Silas Bravo had 11 for the Bulldogs (14-10, 4-3) in a Hacienda League win. Michael Miller Jr. had 12 points and Anthony Enriquez had 11 points for the Panthers (4-18, 1-6).
Covina 76, Baldwin Park 39 — Angel Rivas scored 22 points and Bryan Gutierrez and Steven Davila each had 11 points to lead the Colts (16-8, 5-2), who won the Valle Vista League game.

Girls basketball
Glendora 68, South Hills 37 — Karlee Fink scored 22 points and Michelle Can had 18 points for the Tartans (20-4, 5-2) in a Palomares League win.
San Dimas 45, Wilson 33 — Kendra Ukita had 10 points and Calley Wu had 13 rebounds and seven steals for the Wildcats (3-4) in a Valle Vista League loss.

Boys soccer
Chino 2, Charter Oak 1 — Victor Davila and Gilberto Lopez each scored for the Cowboys (15-7, 5-2) in a Hacienda League victory.

Girls soccer
Glendora 3, Bonita 0 — Alexis Rushlow, Hanna Goff and Morgan Reich each scored and Abby Salle and Jillian Juarez each had an assist for the Tartans (16-4-1, 7-1-0) in a Palomares League win.
South Hills 3, Diamond Bar 2, OT — Taylor Cotter scored twice, Sage Robledo scored and goalie Viviana Poli had eight saves for the Huskies (11-8-1, 5-3) in a Palomares League win. Sammie Ruelas scored twice and Marissa Vasquez and Olivia Valdivia each had an assist for the Brahmas (11-8-1, 5-3).
San Gabriel Mission 8, Holy Family 0 — Juliana Lopez and Daisy Amador each scored twice for the Pioneers (13-3, 7-0) in a Horizon League win.

Girls water polo
Webb 19, Rowland 4 — Mary Davis scored eight goals and Chandler Luebbers had five goals for the Gauls (17-5), who clinched a share of the Valle Vista League title Tuesday.

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