Roundup: San Gorgonio volleyball victorious against Indian Springs

SAN GORGONIO 3, INDIAN SPRINGS 2 >> Tatiana Russell led the Spartans (6-13, 1-4) with 12 kills, 12 blocks and three aces in the comeback victory over the Coyotes, 20-25, 16-25, 25-16, 25-23, 15-6 in San Andres League play. Evelyn Soto contributed to the victory with 13 assists for the Spartans. San Gorgonio will play at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday against Rialto.

LOMA LINDA ACADEMY 3, ARROWHEAD CHRISTIAN 0 >> Demari Webb had 14 kills for the Roadrunners in the Ambassador League victory over the Eagles, 25-19, 25-16, 25-20. Morgan Hall contributed to the victory with 13 kills and two blocks.

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CLAREMONT 22, GLENDORA 18 >> Bruno Snow led the Wolfpack (12-6, 4-0) with 11 goals in the Palomares League victory over the Tartans. Jonathan Wong contributed to the victory with nine goals while goalkeeper Kellan Grant had 11 saves. Claremont will play at 4 p.m. Saturday against Thousand Oaks.

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Indian Springs volleyball wins the school’s first league championship

Jonathan Sanchez and the Indian Springs Coyotes boys volleyball caps off its undefeated South Valley League Championship season (15-3, 12-0) with a victory over the Nuview Bridge Academy Knights, 25-18, 25-12, 25-19. Indian Springs

The Coyotes volleyball team clinched the school’s first ever league championship in any sport following the victory over Public Safety Academy and Knights’ loss to the California Military Institute.

“It was a great group of kids,” said Coyotes coach John Arient. “It means a ton to not only this group of guys (to win the league title)  but for the school as a whole.”

Arient stated that this group is unique as several of the players do not play volleyball as their primary or first sport. Several members also play for the school’s soccer and wrestling teams.

Sanchez, who is a wrestler, contributed to the victory with 28 assists for the Coyotes. Manual Cardenas, who also plays soccer, had 12 kills with five aces and two blocks.

The Coyotes, who made it to the CIF playoffs last season will await the CIF announcement for the playoff pairings on May 8th at 9 a.m.

“We played Yucaipa last year in the playoffs,” Arient said. “We think that loss last season has motivated us this season.”

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Christian Nunez led San Gorgonio to win, hands Indian Springs first loss

Christian Nunez scored two goals for the San Gorgonio Spartans (7-6-6 overall, 2-2 league) in the San Andreas League victory, 2-1, over the Indian Springs Coyotes (10-1-5, 1-1-2). San Gorgonio

“We are better than our record would show. We just haven’t put it together until today,” said Spartans head coach Adrian Villalobos. “The San Andreas League is tough, anyone can beat anyone on any given day.”

Manuel Perez and Carlos Ortiz were each credited with an assist for the Spartans.
“Today, our offense was our best defense,” Villalobos said. “We out hustled them and we had a lot of possessions.”
The Spartans will play at 3:15 p.m. Wednesday against Rialto, who is in first place of the league. It will end the first round of league play.
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The game also resulted in the first loss of the season for the Coyotes.
The Coyotes were ranked No. 6 in the first San Bernardino Sun’s Top 10 Boys Soccer rankings of the season.
Indian Springs will look to bounce back in its next game, which is at 3:15 p.m. Wednesday against Jurupa Hills.

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