After a miserable season, Bishop Amat girls basketball coach Treana Allen isn’t returning

After a tough year in her only season on the job, Bishop Amat coach basketball coach Treana Allen isn’t returning. Bishop Amat struggled to one of its worst records in decades, finishing 7-19 and 0-8 in league.
Allen had replaced longtime coaching legend Richard Wiard, who won 466 games in his 19-year career, including five CIF championships, five Southern California Regional championships and two state championships.
For those wondering if the school will possibly reach out to Wiard to return, don’t bet it, not while the current administration is in charge.
Wiard will be at Duarte this season as an assistant to his son Scott Wiard, who was named the head coach.
Bishop Amat posted on the CIF-SS website that it is currently accepting applications for its next coach.

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Nogales pitcher Anthony Guardardo selected in third round by the Atlanta Braves; David Berg to Chicago; Justin Garza to Cleveland

VGARZAOn Day 2 of Major League Baseball’s draft, Nogales pitcher Anthony Guardardo was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the third round with the 89th overall pick. Guardardo is a 6-foot-1, 185 pound right-handed pitcher. Chino Hills high school pitcher Bailey Falter was selected by the Philadelphia Phillies in the fifth round with the 144th pick. Former Bishop Amat righty and UCLA Bruin David Berg, who has made his submarine pitch famous, was selected in the sixth round by the Chicago Cubs with the 173rd pick. Former Bonita and Cal State Fullerton pitcher Justin Garza was selected by the Cleveland Indians in the eighth round with the 244th pick. Garza led Bonita to the 2012 Division 3 title. He likely would have been drafted earlier, but he had Tommy John surgery in May.
San Dimas pitcher Peter Lambert was drafted in Day 1 of the draft. He was taken in the second round by the Colorado Rockies with the 44th pick on Monday.

On Baseball’s Third day ...
* C Christian Kelly (Don Lugo HS/Cal Poly Pomona), 11th round (337) by Pirates
* RHP Ryan Halstead (Los Osos HS/Indiana), 21st (636) Giants
* 2B Jonathan McCray (San Bernardino Valley), 24th (729) Royals
* RHP Richard McWilliams (Cal Poly Pomona), 25th (742)
* OF Kyle Garlick (Chino Hills/Cal Poly Pomona, 28th (852) Dodgers
* INF Joe Chavez (Damien/UC Riverside), 30th (896) Marlins
* RHP Isaiah Carranza (Damien) 35th (1,038) Rangers
* RHP Chris Powell (Upland/Cal Poly Pomona), 39th (1,182) Dodgers

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Blue dominates Red seniors 13-0 in Monday’s SGV All-Star baseball game at ELAC


BLUE DOMINATION: After losing every all-star game since the 2006 season, the Blue team now has its own streak going.The Blue team routed the Red team 13-0 Monday night at East Los Angeles College behind a 13-hit attack in the 20th Annual San Gabriel Valley All-Star Game.
That makes it two in a row for the Blue, which ended its skid in the game last year with a one-run victory.
After UC Irvine-bound Miles Glazier shut out the Blue team in the first inning, the rest of the game was an all-out offensive explosion for the team represented by 16 high schools.

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San Dimas’ Peter Lambert drafted in second round by Colorado with 44th pick

San Dimas pitcher Peter Lambert, who finished 13-0 with 113 strikeouts and 0.34 ERA, was drafted in the second round by the Colorado Rockies with the 44th pick during Major League Baseball’s annual draft Monday. Tons of scouts regularly attended Lambert starts and he was projected to be selected on Day 1. Lambert’s big decision will be deciding whether he’ll sign with Colorado or take his scholarship and play at UCLA.

STORY: San Dimas right-hander Peter Lambert heard his named called second in the second round (44th overall pick) by the Colorado Rockies.Lambert, a 6-2, 185-pounder, had said earlier in the day the Rockies were among the teams most heavily pursuing him, along with the Dodgers, Braves and Blue Jays.
“It’s really about where I thought I would go,” he said. “I’m excited, happy, relieved, all of those things.”
Lambert, who signed with UCLA, is coming off a 13-0 season in which he won every game he started and completed nine of those with five shutouts. He allowed just four earned runs and 16 walks with 113 strikeouts in 83 innings.
Lambert is the highest draft pick the school has ever had in the sport. The previous highest had been Sean Swedlow, who was drafted in the third round.“We’re all very excited for him. It’s a great day,” San Dimas coach Mike Regan said.

San Dimas’ Peter Lambert was selected by Colorado with the 44th pick of the second round in Major League Baseball’s draft.

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South Hills names new basketball coaches, Jeremy Ketterling takes over the boys and Kevin Cormier succeeds girls coach Tiffany Liang

South Hills announced the hiring of a new boys and girls basketball coaches Monday. Jeremy Ketterling will lead the boys and Kevin Cormier the girls.

Here is South Hills’ press release: Jeremy Ketterling lands his first Head Coaching Position after being JV Head Coach at Bonita High School in 1998-2000. He has taught Social Studies at San Dimas High School from 2001-2015, where he was Varsity Assistant Coach, JV Head Coach, and Freshman Head Coach.

Kevin Cormier brings twenty five years of experience and success to South Hills. His most prominent stops were at Gardena Serra where the Cavaliers Boys Program won 3 CIF Titles and 1 State Title He guided Crossroads Girls Program to a CIF Championship in 2008 and named Division 5 Coach of The Year. He spent last season at Pepperdine University as Volunteer Director Of Basketball Operations.

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