New coach Justin Randall ready to lead hungry Carter contingent

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Justin Randall considers himself pretty fortunate. He just landed his first “head” coaching gig and he is in a place where the cupboard is hardly empty – Carter.

Preparations for the season are underway and Randall, son of Colony Head Coach Steve Randall, has a hard time containing his enthusiasm.

“We have really good kids here,” he said, “I stepped into a good situation. I just want to keep the ball rolling.”

Previous coach Alex Pierce moved over to Los Osos and Randall was chosen as his successor. He spent last year at Citrus College. Before that he spent four years working for his father at Colony. He also had a year at Ontario as an assistant coach.

Despite being one of the younger head coaches in the area at 26, he says he considers himself an “old-school” coach from having hung around his father and his coaching contemporaries.

“I have been around the game my while life,” he said. “I can’t imagine not being part of it.”

Randall will be the team’s defensive coordinator while Steve Johnston, who had been with Randall’s dad at Colony, will be offensive coordinator.

Last year the Lions went 5-5 in the regular season with a 3-4 mark in the tough Citrus Belt League. Randall will have several key players returning. He is most high on senior safety-wide receiver Justice Hamilton whom he says has the potential to be one of the top players in the Inland Empire.

Many of the Lions top players will be asked to contribute one both sides of the ball. Among the others are senior linebacker-running back Lemusu Toailoa, last in the line of talented football-playing brothers, senior lineman Daimon Ross and senior receiver-corner Keion Guyton.

Randall likes the combination he will have at running back in Toailoa and D.J. Thomas and thinks the strongest part of the defense will be the secondary.

The biggest question mark will be at quarterback where senior Wayne Schuster, junior Eddie Torres and sophomore Serbando Lopez are battling for the starting job.

The Lions won;t have to wait long for an interesting storyline as they open the season against Los Osos, headed by their former coach. Stay tuned.


Aug. 25 – Los Osos
Sept. 1 – At Rancho Verde
Sept. 8 – San Jacinto
Sept. 22 – At Miller
Sept. 29 – Redlands
Oct. 6 – Redlands East Valley (At Citrus Valley)
Oct. 13 – Yucaipa
Oct. 20 – At Citrus Valley
Oct. 27 – At Cajon
Nov. 3 – Eisenhower

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Webb School to host free football clinic

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The Webb School will host its fifth annual Scholar-Athlete Football Camp for youngsters in the fifth through eighth grades and it is free. The only requirement is that student-athletes have a grade-point average of 3.0 or higher.

The event will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. this Friday, July 21 at the Webb School (1175 West Baseline Road, Claremont).

Athletes should bring shorts, cleats and sunscreen. Dinner will be provided.

For more information call (909) 697-6852 or e-mail

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Here is to the top single day performances of the past prep season

Roosevelt’s Anthony Easter, Upland’s Joseph Anderson, wins the race and Rancho Verde’s Cameron Samuel during the 300 meter hurdles CIF-State track & field finals at Buchanan High in Clovis, CA. Saturday, June 3, 2017. (Photo by Terry Pierson/SCNG)

Today’s flashback is the top single game-match performances of the school year. No it’s not easy trying to recall everything that happened in the last 10 or so months. So let us know if you think someone else should be included.

1. Joseph Anderson, Upland track So we don’t give an All-Sports Male Athlete of the Year but if we did, Anderson gets it hands down. He definitely saved his best for last, taking first place in both the 110 and 300 hurdles at the state meet.  In the 110, which he also won as a junior, he set a record time of 13.33 seconds. That 13.33 broke the meet record and his 36.06 in the 300’s was the fastest at the state final since 2007.

2. LaMelo Ball, Chino Hills basketball The youngest of the Ball siblings made national news when he scored 92 point in a 146-123 Baseline League win over Los  Osos.   The sophomore had 63 points in the second half alone and made 37 of 61 shots in the entire game. It was second best scoring performance in California history. I don’t care if he didn’t play any defense, 92 points is 92 points. People may or may not like the style of play but Melo and the Huskies are still the most entertaining team to watch, hands down.

3. Steven  Rivas, Etiwanda baseball – Rivas was smacking around the ball around every field all season but no doubt his best game came in a 23-3 win over Baseline League foe Chino Hills. Rivas, who has signed with Long Beach State,  went 4 for 6 with 4 runs scored and 11 RBI. He slugged two three-run home runs, had a two-run triple and a three-run double. He hit .477 on the season.

4. Jaylon Redd, Rancho Cucamonga football He is another athlete who gave highlight performances every time he stepped on the field. Perhaps his best game came when he scored five touchdowns against the Cougars biggest league rival Upland in a 47-10 win.  He scored on a 48-yard punt return and returned the second-half kickoff 99 yards for another score. His other touchdowns came on runs of 3 and 75 yards, as well as an 8-yard reception. He finished with 366 all-purpose yards including 170 yards on 15 carries on the ground

5. LiAngelo Ball, Chino Hills Let’s add a second ball to the list. Before the younger brother went off the middle sibling was doing quite well. He had 72 in the third game of the season against Rancho Christian. That was part of a three-game stretch in which he had 154 with the 72 point game preceded by a 56-point showing. He would go on to earn Inland Valley Player of the Year honors.

6.  Kenzie Koerber, Chino Hills volleyball The Utah-bound standout had 25 kills,11 digs, 2 blocks in the last match of the season against Rancho Cucamonga, the dominant team in the league in recent years. That showing enabled the Huskies to claim a share of the Baseline title. Those numbers came in just three sets as Chino Hills swept Rancho.

7. Nathan Tilford, Colony football – Tilford had a huge hand in the Titans rallying from a 42-20 deficit against Corona del Mar in a CIF Division 4 quarterfinal. Colony came up short 49-48 but the Arizona bound prospect was a hug force. He rushed for 141 yards on just 16 carries and had sixc receptions for 189 yards,

8. Owen Bishop, Claremont cross country – Bishop helped the Wolfpack win the Division 2 state cross country title in the fall. He also took individual honors in the 5,000-meter race, becoming the school’s first individual state champion.

9. Ashley Anumba, Los Osos track – 1. She didn’t just win a CIF Southern Section title, she won a state title in discus with a throw of 171 feet. She also placed 12th in shot put. She pretty much obliterated county records in the throwing events.

10. Audrey Sellers, St. Lucy’s softball The sophomore catcher led the Regents to a 17-8 Baseline League win over Chino Hills. She went 3-3 with three home runs – two three-run shots and a two-run shot which came her first three times up. Pitchers then walked her twice.

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A tip of the cap to some of the top coaching efforts of the season

We have already saluted some of the top teams of the past school year. Now its time to acknowledge some of the coaches who helped their teams to great things.

It’s easy to honor those whose teams went all the way. But it’s also nice to acknowledge those who have taken programs from the scrap heap and but them back to respectability.

Not going to rank them because they all deserve a lot of praise and it was hard comparing coaches who continued solid programs with those who had to revive theirs.

They’re listed in alphabetical order. Here goes . . .

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Nick Baiz, Rancho Cucamonga football – The Cougars played in the elite Division 1 and more than held their own, making it to the semifinal before losing to national power Mater Dei. The Cougars played a tough schedule but what was also impressive is that they never played down to an opponent. They did what they were supposed to do in each and very game.

Dawnesha Buckner, Los Osos girls basketball (27-4) – I touched on the Grizzlies success in my team highlights. But Buckner took a team that was 6-19 just a year ago and led them to a Division 3A CIF Southern Section title and a berth in the state title game. The Grizzles went from last place in the Baseline to second behind juggernaut Etiwanda. It was a young team last year so future foes should look out.

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Jerry DeFabiis, Colony boys basketball (30-6) – The Titans won the CIF Division 2AA title and did so without a true “superstar.” You hear a lot about team chemistry, yadda, yadda, yadda. Some say it is overrated. It’s not and the Titans are proof of that.

Sarah Farnworth, Upland softball (21-7-1) – The Highlanders were able to overtake the usual Baseline League powers this season – Etiwanda, Chino Hills and a much-improved St. Lucy’s and finished atop the heap. Upland did that despite losing its top pitcher for two months.  Farnworth did a good job of handling her pitchers and getting the most out of them, one of those just a freshman.

Andy Farrow, Chino Hills girls volleyball – The coach originally hired had to give up the job very late and Farrow was given the nod just a couple of weeks before the season started. His team didn’t even have a full schedule so most teams had at least a half dozen matches in before is even started. But the Huskies upset Rancho Cucamonga the last match of the season to the Cougars for first place in the Baseline.

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Don Furnald, Etiwanda baseball (27-3) – The Eagles made mincemeat of the Baseline League and that doesn’t happen often. They won 26 of their last 27, capped off by a CIF title in tough Division 2. Yes he had lots of talent, but it takes more than that to finish the job. The Eagles always seemed to keep calm under pressure.

Greg Gano, Don Lugo football (10-3) – Everyone knew Rancho Cucamonga was going to be good but it was Don Lugo emerging as the most pleasant surprise. The Conquistadores wrestled the Mt. Baldy League title away from Colony and made it to the Division 8 semifinal before losing to Burbank. He graduated some key defenders but many top offensive players will be back so they won’t sneak up on anyone next year.

Jeff Joines, Montclair boys soccer (27-2-1)  – The Mt. Baldy isn’t competitive in most sports but the exception is boys soccer and the Cavaliers came out on top against some other quality programs. The Cavs lost the Division 5 semifinal the toughest way possible, penalty kicks after a 2-2 double OT tie.

Alex Matal, Diamond Bar water polo – The Brahmas fielded a girls team for just the third year and went from 7-22 a year ago to 26-8 and Division 7 runner-up. Natal won CIF titles at Nogales and looks to be working that magic again at Diamond Bar. The boys went 22-12 and made the CIF semifinal and after going 14-15 the previous year.

Kevin Nesbit, Alta Loma water polo – It’s not easy to build a program when you’re right in the same neighborhood as established foes, most notably Los Osos.  But the Braves have made great strides. The girls went 22-10 and won a CIF title in Division 6 while the boys went 24-7, making it to the CIF semifinal before losing to Xavier Prep.

Max Pinedo, Chaffey baseball – The Tigers (20-6-1) were the Division 5 runner-up, dropping the title game to Katella 3-0 in 11 innings. Chaffey last played in a title game in 1971. He just rounded out his third year.  The team was 11-9-1 last year and 3-20 in his first year. Now that is progress.



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A look back at all our athlete of year selections

Rancho Cucamonga’s Jaylon Redd named the 2016 Inland Valley Daily Bulletin’s Football Player of the Year. (Photo by John Valenzuela/SCNG)

Another year of high school sports is behind us. Here’s a quick rundown of those we named the top athlete in their respective sport this season.

Football – Overall Player of Year: Jaylon Redd, Rancho Cucamonga
Football (Offense): Nathan Tilford, Colony
Football (Defense): Lavaka Latu, Rancho Cucamonga
Girls Volleyball: Bria Beale, Rancho Cucamonga
Girls Cross Country: Annie Boos, Claremont
Boys Cross Country: Owen Bishop, Claremont
Boys Water Polo: Bruno Snow, Claremont
Girls Tennis: Cameron Leigh Ward, Ayala
Girls Golf: Crystal Wang, Diamond Bar

Girls Soccer: Sophie Jones, Claremont
Boys Soccer: Jose Torres, Montclair
Girls Basketball: Mikaylah Wilson, Etiwanda
Boys Basketball: LiAngelo Ball, Chino Hills
Girls Water Polo: Amanda Legaspi, Bonita
Wrestling: Zander Silva, Alta Loma

Baseball: Tyler Freeman, Etiwanda
Softball: Taylon Snow, Chino Hills
Boys Track: Joseph Anderson, Upland
Girls Track: Ashley Anumba, Los Osos
Boys Volleyball: Johnny Abrolat, Claremont
Girls Swimming: Mikki Thompson, Ayala
Boys Swimming: Ethan Trieu, Los Osos
Boys Tennis: Jansen Comadena, Redlands
Boys Golf: Zachary Kauffmann, Chino Hills

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Etiwanda’s Tyler Freeman signs, now what?

Etiwanda’s Tyler Freeman celebrates with a teammate after hitting a solo home run in the first inning against St. John Bosco Tuesday afternoon May 30, 2017 in Rancho Cucamonga. Freeman was named the CIF player of the year. (Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

Etiwanda shortstop Tyler Freeman made it official. He signed with the Cleveland Indians on Tuesday, officially declining the scholarship he had to Texas Christian University.

Freeman, 18, was in Cleveland earlier this week and signed his first professional contract before the Indians game against the Texas Rangers.  Several family members were there to help him celebrate.

Then it he caught a flight to Arizona to join the Indians rookie ball team in Goodyear, just outside of Phoenix.

Saturday is an off day for the Indians rookie ball affiliate but Freeman said he plans to stand in so the team’s pitchers can get some extra work and he’ll get the chance to see live pitching which he hasn’t in a few weeks.

He hopes to be in the lineup playing regularly Sunday or Monday.

Freeman, who led the Eagles to the Division 2 CIF championship,  ended up getting the signing bonus of $816,500 which is the slotted amount for where he was drafted – the second round, 71st pick overall.

He had been asking for seven figures but decided the slot value was enough.

He admitted calling his coaches at TCU and telling them he would be turning professional was difficult. But he was anxious to start his professional career.

“I felt bad because I told them what I was asking for and ended up taking less,” he said. “But each day that went on I was more sure it was an opportunity I didn’t want to pass up.”

And Freeman didn’t exactly splurge when landing the lucrative signing bonus. He said there will be no frivolous purchases. He plans on investing in some real estate and banking the rest.



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Etiwanda baseball title tops stellar sports year

Etiwanda celebrates after defeating Palm Desert 2-1 during Friday’s CIF Southern Section Division 2 baseball championship finals at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, Ca., Friday, June 2, 2017. (Photo by John Valenzuela/SCNG)

Another school year has come and gone and teams from the Inland Valley once again did themselves proud.

Here are the championship highlights of the year past. These are tream accomplishments. We’ll get to individuals soon:

1. Etiwanda baseball (27-3) – Have to put the Eagles at the top of the list for winning their first title and it comes in Division 2 which may have been even better than Division 1 this season top to bottom. The Eagles cruised in the Baseline League and that isn’t easy to do. They won 26 of their last 27 games after a 1-2 start. Our player of the year Tyler Freeman led the onslaught.

2. Rancho Cucamonga football (12-1) – The Cougars put together the best season an Inland Valley team has had in a long time, cruising through the regular season undefeated despite playing a difficult schedule. Playing in Division 1 meant facing off against top teams in the nation, not just from Southern California. The Cougars marched to the semifinal before losing to perennial national Power Mater Dei 48-21. Oregon-bound Jaylon Redd led the spirited effort.

3. Alta Loma girls water polo (22-10) A minor sport wouldn’t normally rank this high on the scale but the Braves get the lofty spot given how dramatic their first championship match was. They defeated Redlands East Valley 6-5 in the Division 6 final, the difference being a shot by sophomore Payton Cooke at the buzzer. She had just been inserted into the match at time out seconds earlier.

4. Colony boys basketball (30-6) The Titans won their second title under coach Jerry DeFabiis, the only coach the program has ever had. They did it without what you would call a “superstar” but did have a lot of very good solid, all-around players that bought into the system and worked well together. The Titans downed a quality Villa Park team in the 2AA Southern Section final 74-70, but lost to that same team in the Southern California Regional final of the state portion of the playoffs.

5. Los Osos girls basketball (27-4) – It’s hard to think of a better Cinderella story than the Grizzlies, who had been the doormat of the Baseline League in recent years. They were just 6-19 overall and 0-10 in league play a year ago. Under new coach Dawnesha Buckner this season they won the Division 3A championship in easy fashion defeating Lancaster 55-33. They got to the Division IV state championship before running out of steam and losing to Sacramento West Campus.

6. Claremont boys/girls cross country – Few programs in the Inland Valley can compare with the Wolfpack who won both boys and girls CIF state titles this season in Division 2. That came after the Wolfpack were third at the Southern Section final. Senior Owen Bishop led the boys with a first place individual finish.

7. Chaffey baseball (20-6-1) – The Tigers had not appeared in a title game in baseball since 1971 and they hadn’t won since 1958 so they had to make the list. Coach Max Pinedo’s squad advanced to the Division 6 title game before losing to Katella 3-0 in 11 innings. It doesn’t get more hard fought than that as the teams went 10 scoreless innings. Senior pitcher Lawrence Castaneda led the charge.

8.  Claremont girls soccer (25-4-2) – A fantastic season could have been just a bit better had the Wolfpack been able to get past one foe – South Torrance. Claremont made it to the Southern Section Division 3 championship before losing to that team 1-0 in double overtime. They got a shot at redemption in the state portion of the playoffs and got to the So Cal Regional final, only to lose a rematch 2-1 in overtime. Sophomore Sophie Jones led the stellar effort.

9. Los Osos boys tennis The Grizzlies only finished third in the Baseline League but ended up winning a title in Division 4. It’s a young team most thought might be a year or two away from challenging. It’s coach had to depart for medical reasons and a top player became ineligible but those obstacles were overcome and Los Osos beat Maranatha 11-7 for the title.

10. Diamond Bar girls water polo (26-8) The Brahmas make the list by virtue of their quick improvement in the sport, having fielded a team for just three years. They made it to the Division 7 title match before losing to Santa Ynes 8-6 in overtime. To put that in perspective, the same team was 7-22 the previous year.

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Anderson, Shinnick qualify for Junior World Track Team

Local track standouts Zach Shinnick of Damien and Joseph Anderson of Upland had outstanding high school track seasons to wrap up their storied prep careers.

Burt the two future Pac 12 competitors continue to impress. Both competed at the United States Junior National Outdoor Track Championships in Sacramento this weekend and posted results that have qualified them for the Pan American Games in Peru.

Shinnick, who has signed with USC, won the 400 meters in 45.25. The time was fourth best all-time in California and the top time in the country this season.

Anderson, who has signed with Oregon, was second in the 110 hurdles (13.45), finishing behind only Eric Edwards (13.32) of Houston, Tex., who ran a personal best.

Two weeks ago, Anderson swept the hurdles titles at the CIF State finals at Clovis, running the nation’s fastest time and setting a state record of 13.33 seconds in the 110-meter distance.

On Friday, he overcame sizzling heat, two races, and two false starts to do something he has been trying to do for three years.

Athletes needed a top two finish to advance.


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Palomares League All-Academic honors for winter sports are out

Ayala’s Mikki Thompson finished sixth in the 500 yard freestyle during the CIF-SS Division 2 swimming finals at the Riverside Aquatic Complex in Riverside, Calif., on Saturday, May 13, 2017. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)

Swimmer Mikki Thompson of Ayala won a CIF title and placed in two other events. She is also among the Palomares League All-Academic honorees.

Here is list of those honored by the Palomares League for a good showing in the classroom. The GPA listed next to the sport is the lowest GPA of the athletes in that sport:

Peyton Alonzo, Glendora
Matthew Benson, Ayala
Tommy Delgado, Bonita
Brandon Dieter, South Hills
Jack Dunaway, Glendora
Daniel Genna, South Hills
Chris Jameson, Claremont
Brock Johnson, Bonita
Jake Mauch, South Hills
Nathan Schneider, Bonita
Tanner Siffert, Bonita
Cory Smith, Claremont

Morgan Dunville, Bonita
Noemi Flores, Glendora
Savannah Hentz, Claremont
Ellen Lasko, Diamond Bar
Natalie Lugo, South Hills
Hannah Macias, South Hills
Leah Macias, South Hills
Lani Moreno, Claremont
Ruth Munoz, Diamond Bar
Emily Paradez, Bonita
Taylor Tetone, Glendora
Katelyn Williams, Ayala

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Eric Celaya, South Hills
James Johnson, South Hills
Matt Lach, Claremont
Thomas Lee, Diamond Bar
Anthony Sutrisno, Ayala
Elijah Song, Claremont
Jeremy Wroth, Ayala
Tyler Yang, Claremont

Dylan Banh, South Hills
Aaron Colina, Diamond Bar
William Huang, Diamond Bar
Sanjar Junisbal, Claremont
Brian Li, Diamond Bar
Austin Nguyen, Glendora
Christian Park, Diamond Bar
James Shultenberg, Bonita
Jongmin Lim, Diamond Bar
Timothy Pham, Ayala
Ryan Play, Ayala
Matthew Waddell, Diamond Bar

Emma Ahadoberry Ayala
Shelby Banks, South Hills
Colette Bartel, Bonita
Kelly Chang, Diamond Bar
Carla Demerdjian, Glendora
Lauren Lin, Diamond Bar
Emily Marks, Claremont
Makenna Moore, Claremont
Alyssa Ono, Bonita
Callandra Phan, Diamond Bar
Mikki Thompson, Ayala
Ashley Yo, Diamond Bar

Danny Aljamel, Bonita
Vinjay Bhupathiraju, Diamond Bar
Layton Bohren, Claremont
Ruben Chan, South Hills
Ryan Crowell, Bonita
Kevin Hahn, Glendora
Henry Lin, South Hills
Mohith Monohara, Glendora
Eric Peng, Diamond Bar
Vigneshwar Senthilkumar, Ayala
Bennett Williams, Bonita
Nicholas Wong, Diamond Bar

Tyler Abo, Bonita
Ryan Atkinson, Glendora
Owen Bishop, Claremont
Michael Chase, Glendora
Marc Donnelly, Claremont
Phil Donnelly, Claremont
Ryan Farias, South Hills
Jason Huang, South Hills
Ramses Hyde, South HJills
Jordan Jones, Glendora
Donglin John Kim, Diamond Bar
Dylan McGarvey,Bonita
Ryan Renken, Claremont

Catherine Baklarz, Glendora
Katie Bentz, Bonita
Simone Bliss, Claremont
Jenna Cruz, Bonita
Malaena Hauptmann, Claremont
Many Huang, Glendora
Miranda Lee, Ayala
Alexis Lowden, Glendora
Ellen Manfred, Bonita
Valerie Warner, Bonita
Calleigh Winberg, South Hills
Janet Wong, Diamond Bar

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Rancho Cucamonga lone volleyball team in Division 1 grouping

Here are the CIF playoff groupings for girls volleyball. Teams in the Sun/Daily Bulletin coverage area are denoted in bold:

Division 1 – Aliso Niguel, Beckman, Chaparral, Corona del Mar, Dana Hills, Edison, Flintridge Sacred Heart, Foothill, Great Oak, Harvard-Westlake, Huntington Beach, JSerra, Laekwood, Los Alamitos, Marymount, Mater Dei, Mira Costa, Murrieta Valley, Long Beadh Poly, Rancho Cucamonga, Redondo Union, San Clemente, San Juan Hills, Santa Margarita, Temecula Valley, Tesoro, Trabuco Hills, Venturam Vista Murrieta, Woodbridge.

Division 2 – Agoura, Bishop Montgomery, Anaheim Canyon, Capistrano Valley, Chino Hills, Claremont, El Dorado, El Toro, Esperanza, Fountain Valley, Glendora, Hart, ML King, Laguna Hills, Los Osos, Louisville, Orange Lutheran, Marlborough, Millikan, Mission Viejo, Newport Harbor, Northwood, SO Notre Dame, Palos Verdes, Peninsula, San Marcos, Corona Santiago, South Torrance, Lakewood St. Joseph, Thousand Oaks, University, Valencia, Westlake, Long Beach Wilson, Yucaipa.

Division 3 – Arcadia, Arroyo Grande, Ayala, Bonita, Brea Olinda, Buena, Burbank Burroughs, Long Beach Cabrillo, Cajon, Calabasas, Chadwick, Chaminade, Citrus Valley, Crescenta Valley, Dos Pueblos, Elsinore, La Salle, Laguna Beach, Marina, Mission Prep, Monrovia, Murrieta Mesa, Newbury Park, Norco, Notre Dame Aca., Oxnard, Redlands East Valley, Roosevelt, Rsoary, Royal, Saddleback Valley Chr., Sage Hill, Santa Barbara, Serrano, Sierra Canyon, St. Lucy’s, Troy, Villa Park, Village Chr., West Ranch, Westridge, Yorba Linda.

Division 4 – Alemany, Apple Valley, Atascadero, Burbank, Camarillo, CC Canyon, Corona Centennial, Compton, Crean Luth., Crossroads, Culver City, Cypress, Downey, El Segundo, Etiwanda, Gahr, Glendale, Immaculate Heart, Inglewood, Irvine, Jordan, La Canada, La Habra, HH Los Altos, Mayfair, Miller, Moorpark, Morningside, Oak Park, Oaks Chr., Palm Desert, Pasadena, Paso Robles, Pasadena Poly, Redlands, Rio Mesa, San Luis Obispo, San Marino, Santa Monica, Saugus, South Pasadena, Sunny Hills, Torrance, Upland, Cerritos Valley Chr., Viewpoint, Warren, West Torrance.

Division 5 – Alta Loma, Blair, SA Cavalry Chapel, Campbell Hall, Carter, Cerritos, Corona, Costa Mesa, Diamond Bar, Dominguez, Eisenhower, El Modena, Estancia, Firebaugh, Fulleton, Golden Valley, Hemet, Hoover, Kennedy, La Quinta, La Reina, La Serna, Laguna Blanca, Lynwood, Maranatha, North Torrance, JW North, Norwalk, Oak Hills, GG Pacifica, Palm Springs, Paramount, Riv-Poly, Quartz Hills, Rancho Verde, Roghetti, Rim of the World, Rio Hondo,Santa Ynez, Serra, Shadow Hills, Simi Valley, Sonora, South Hills, St. Anthony, St. Margaret’s, St. Paul, Sultana, Temple City, Tustin, Plac-Valencia, Valley View, Vistamar, Whittier Chr., Woodcrest Chr., Xavier Prep.

Division 6 – Aquinas, Artesia, Beaumont, Bell Gardens, Bellflower, Bishop Amat, Brentwood, Buena Park, Rid-Burroughs, California, Charter Oak, Chino, Diamond Ranch, Don Lugo, El Rancho, Flintridge Prep, Gabrielino, Godinez, Grace Breth, Granite Hills, Heritage, Hesperia, Highland, Hillcrest, Hueneme, La Mirada, La Sierra, Lawndale, Leuzinger, Loma Linda, Muir, Riv-Notre Dame, Ontario Chr, Ox-Pacifica, Paloma Valley, Paraclete, Pioneer, Pioneer Valley, Rialto, San Gabriel, Santa Fe, Schurr, Segerstrom, Silverado, SM St. Joseph, St. Monica, Summit, Temescal Canyon, Templeton, Victor Valley, Walnut, West Covina, Whittier, Windward,

Division 7 – Adelanto, Archer, Arlington, Arroyo, Banning, Barstow, Beverly Hills, Breth Chr, D-Cavalry Chapel., Cantwell Sacred Heart, Cate, Cathedral City, Century, Channel islands, Colony, Duarte, El Monte, Fontana, Foothill Tech, Garden Grove, Gladstone, Glenn, Hawthorne, Heritage Chr, Indio, Jurupa Hills, Jurupa Valley, Katella, Knight, Lakeside, Lancaster, Loara, Lompoc, Mark Keppel, Mary Star of Sea, Montebello, Moreno Valley, Morro Bay, Mountain View, Nipomo, Northview, Orcutt Aca, Oxfird Aca, Patriot, Perris, Pomona Cath, Ramona, Rancho Mirage, Saddleback, San Dimas, San Jacinto, St. Bonaventure, St. Genevieve, Tahquitz, Vista del Lago, West Valley, Western, Westminster, Yucca Valley.

Division 8 – Alhambra, Antelope Valley, Arrowhead Christian, Arroyo Valley, Azusa, Baldwin Park, Bishop Conatty-Loretto, Bishop Diego, Bloomington, Bolsa Grande, Buckley, Lom-Cabrillo, Canyon Springs, Capistrano Valley Chr, Citrus Hill, Coachella Valley, Coast Union, Connelly, Covina, DaVinci Design, Desert Mirage,  Eastside, Edgewood, Fairmont, Grand Terrace, Hawthorne MSA, West-LaQuinta, Linfield Chr, Littlerock, Magnola, Malibu, Marshall, Miliken Comm, Nogales, Nordhoff, Norte Vistam, Oakwood, Ocean View, Ontario, Palmdale, Pomona, Burb-Providence, Rolling Hills, Rosemead, Rowland, Rubidoux, San Bernardino, San Gabriel Aca, San Gorgonio, Santa Ana, Santa Ana Valley, Santa Clara, Santa Maria, GG Santiago, Savanna, South El Monte, St. Mary’sTarbut V’Torah, Temecula Prep, Trinity Class, Twentynine Palms, Upland Chr, Webb, Western Chr, HH Wilson.

Division 9 – Aca Aca Excellence, Anaheim, Avalon, Bassett, Bell-Jeff, Besant Hill, Big Bear, Boron, Cal Aca M/S, California Lutheran, Calvary Murrieta, Carpenteria, Chaffey,  Coastal Chr, Colton, Cuyama Valley, de Toledo, Desert Chr Aca, Lanc-Desert Chr, Desert Hot Springs, Dunn, Faith Bap, Fillmore, Garey, Glendale Adv, TO-Hillcrest Chr, Holy Family, Holy Martyrs, Indian Springs, Kaiser, La Puente, La Sierra Aca, Lake Arrowhead Chr, Los Amigos, Mammoth, Mesa Grande, Midland, Montclair, New Roads, Nuview Bridge, Ojai Valley, Orange, Orangewood Aca, Pacific, Pacific Hills, Pacific Luth, SM-Pacifica Chr, SB-Providence, Ramona Convent, Rancho Alamitos, Sacred Heart of Jesus, San Gabriel Mission, San Jacinto Valley, Santa Clarita Chr, Santa Paula, Santa Rosa Aca, Sierra Vista, Southlands Chr, St. Bernard, St. Monca Aca, St. Pius, Thacher, University Prep, Vasquez, Villanova Prep, Wildwood, Workman.

Division 10 – ACE, AGBU-Canoga Park, AGBU-Pasadena, Alverno Height, Ambassador, Animo Lead, Apple Valley Chr, Aveson Global, Baker Valley, Bethel Bap, Lanc-Bethel Chr, Riv-Bethel Chr, Big Pine, Bloomington Chr, Cal Military, CSD-Riv, Calvary Bap, Mo Valley-Cav Chapel, Calvary Chr, Carnegie, Cobalt, Cornerstone, Crossroads Chr, Desert Chapel, Eastside Chr, Einstein, Environmental Charter, Excelsior, Ganesha, Garden Street, Grove, Guidance Charter, Hamilton, Hesperia Chr, Highland Hall, Immanuel Chr, Int School-LA, Joshua Springs, Judson, Lancaster Bap, Le Lycee, Lee Vining, Liberty Chr, Lighthouse Chr, Lone Pine, Lucerne Valley, La Verne Luth Maricopa, Mesrobian, Mojave, New Harvest, Newbury Park Adv, Noli Indian, Oak Grove, Orange Vista, Owens Valley, OC-Pacifica Chr, Packinghouse, Palm Vallley, Pilgrim, Pilibos, Public Safety, Redlands Adv, River Springs Charter, Riv County-Ed Aca, Riverside Prep, San Fernando Valley Aca, Santa Clarita Valley, Sequoyah,m Shalhevet, Shandon, Sherman Indian, Silver Valley, Southwestern Aca, Summit View, Trinity Chr, Trona, SM-Valley Chr, Victor Valley Chr, Waverly, Westmark, Yeshiva




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