C4 1 AROUND THE COUNTY The Sun TUESDAY, March 28, 1989 J '' . i Name: I Andrea Harley 3 School: Fontana t -1 1 c,ass: &s junior t v 1 Sport: if Softball Sun Prep Athlete of the Week THE PERFORMANCE: Fontana junior pitcher Andrea Harley pitched two shutouts last week a three hitter against San Gorgomo on Tuesday and a four-hitter against Redlands on Friday to get the Steelers oft to a 2-0 start in Citrus Belt League play. COACH'S COMMENTS: "She's not necessarily a strikeout pitcher, but she's always around the plate," Dick Bruich said. "She has very good control and she's done well at the varsity level for us." PERSONAL "I felt great about last week," Harley said. "It's very satisfying for me to come up to the varsity level and do this well so soon. I'm lucky to have such a great defense behind me." . . . Compiled a 1-1 record in three appearances at the varsity level last year and is 6-1 this year. Her earned run average is 0.71 Has been playing softball since age 8 in the Fontana Girls Softball League. . . . Helped lead her "juniors" team to three consecutive titles in the Fontana league and the all-stars to a second-place finish in the Inland Empire, losing to Highland. ... As a freshman, guided Fontana Junior High team to a 19-1 record and had 116 strikeouts in 116 innings pitched Guided the Steelers' JV squad to a 19-1 overall mark and the CBL title as a sophomore. OTHER NOMINATIONS: Rim of the World s Jim Love pitched three complete-game victories, struck out 24 and walked three last week. . . . Chino's Chuck Cota pitched his second consecutive no-hitter in a 6-0 victory over Ripon on March 20 in the Chino Tournament. He is only the 10th player in CIF history and first San Bernardino County player to perform the feat. Sports highlights making news on the high school campuses of San Bernardino County: Alta Loma Stacy Behrmann singled, doubled and tripled to lead the softball team to a victory in the fifth-place game of the Ontario Tournament on March 21. The Braves had two hits and three walks in the third inning to overcome a 4-0 lead. The Braves scored four runs in the third and fifth innings. Apple Valley The tennis team returns to action this Friday when it travels to San Bernardino for a San Andreas League match. The Sun Devils, despite three wins by undefeated Kenny Cruz, lost an 1 1-7 decision to Victor Valley on March 18. Cruz improved his overall mark to 24-0. Apple Valley Christian Craig Van Hulzen pitched a no-hitter, struck out 15 batters and had a perfect game until the fifth to lead the baseball team to a 15-1 rout of Christian Center Academy on March 21 in a non-league game. Scott Chambers and Darrell Haskins combined for seven hits and eight runs to lead the Warriors' 14-hit attack. Larry Gilbert had two doubles and two RBI for Apple Valley Christian, which opens Christian League play today against Woodcrest Christian. Aquinas John Hunsaker won the 300 hurdles and Donnell Porter captured the 200- and 400-meter races to lead the boys track and field team to a 67-62 victory over Orange Lutheran in a non-league dual meet on March 21. Hunsaker ran a 49.4 in the hurdles and Porter ran a 23.8 in the 200 and 55.0 in the 400. The boys improved their record to 2-1 overall. Barstow The golf team finished second in the second San Andreas League mini-tournament at Hes-peria Country Club on Thursday. Jo Jo Enriquez shot a 42 to lead the Aztecs to the final 225 mark, seven strokes behind host Hespe-ria. Bob Butala and Jason Martinez each shot a 43 while Jeremy Flores had a 47. The Aztecs are in second place overall with eight points while Hesperia leads with 10. Big Bear The two-time defending De Anza League champion golf team opened league play with a 20-stroke victory over Serrano on March 16. Pablo Mitchell shot a 50 and Brian Smith had a 54 to lead the Bears. The Bears also picked up a non-league win over Rim of the World last Thursday. Bloomington Mason Branham continues to lead the baseball team in both hits (22) and RBI (22). Branham is hitting .500. Robert Smith collected his 50th career varsity hit when he homered in the second inning against Notre Dame on Thursday The Bruins are the first team in CIF history to collect at least 23 hits in two games in the same season (23 hits vs. Temecula Valley and 26 hits vs. Avalon), according to CIF spokesman Scott Cathcart. Cajon Mike Lee, Jason Rosenwald and James Franklin won a set apiece and the doubles team of Donovan Collier-Winyu Propang won three sets to lead the tennis team past Hesperia in a San Andreas League match on Tuesday. The Cowboys improved to 3-2 in league and 5-3 overall. Chino Junior left-hander Chuck Cota pitched his second consecutive no-hitter on March 20 to lead the baseball team to a 6-0 victory over Ripon in the first round of the Chino Tournament. Cota became only the 10th pitcher in CIF history to pitch back-to-back no-hitters. The Cowboys w ent on to defeat Arroyo and California of Whittier to capture the tournament title for the third consecutive year. Colton Junior guard Marsha Rodriguez was named to the first team and junior guard Erika Flores w as placed on the second team as the All-Citrus Belt League girls basketball teams were announced on March 21. Dawn McCrary and Marlene Morales w ere given honorable mentions. Don Lugo Michelle Macias singled home Kristin Matulik with the game's lone run and Kris Estes pitched a one-hitter to lead the softball team to a 1-0 victory in the championship game of the Ontario Tournament on March 21. Matulik, Estes and Macias were named to the all-tournament and Estes was named the MVP. The Con-quistadores are 11-1 overall Eisenhower Senior forward Natalie Ham-ner was named to the first team and two of her teammates were placed on t he second team as the All-Citrus Belt League girls basketball teams were announced on March 21. Junior forward April Snavely and sophomore guard Katina Duncans were named to the second team and Yvonne Moody and Celina Gaskin were given honorable menltions. Fontana Senior forward Danielle Carter was named the league's Most Valuable Player and junior guards Kim Barnes and Tina Felt were named to the first team as the All-Citrus Belt League girls basketball teams were announced on March 21. Senior center Jolonda Jackson was named to the second team and forward Michelle Batres was given an honorable mention. Hesperia Rich Zapata shot a four-over par 76 to place second overall and David Purser followed with a 77 to lead the golf team to a victory in the Desert Tournament at Ed-wards Air Force Base Golf Course on Wednesday. John Schmidt shot an 80 and Lance Wilson shot an 84 for the Scorpions, who finished first overall with 407 strokes. Hesperia Christian The baseball team scored seven runs in the final two innings to pull out a 14-13 victory over Bethel Christian of Riverside in a non-league contest on March 20. Mike Hendrickson won in relief of Daniel Romero and Alex McKay. Romero went 2-for-4 with six RBI, a double and triple while McKay went 3-for-5 with three RBI. Matt Franke and Hendrickson each had two hits for the Patriots. Ontario Pitcher Angela Harris went the distance and the softball team railed for six runs in the last two innings to get by Pomona Catholic and take third place in its own tournament with a 6-4 victory on March 21. The Jaguars, who scored five in the sixth and one in the seventh, improved to 7-5. Redlands Senior guard Darnell Good, sophomore guard Heather Mich-ealis and sophomore forward Kim Burr were named to the first team and forward Trina Swion-tek was given an honorable mention as the All-Citrus Belt League girls basketball teams were announced on March 21. Rim of the World Mike Weiss and Joe Stein won three sets and Kyle Linzer took one to lead the tennis team to a 13-5 rout of Banning on March 21 in a Sunkist League game. In doubles, the team of Charlie Cutler-Tate DeLeon won two sets. The Scots dropped to 2-1 in league and 3-4 overall w ith a loss to Yu-caipa on Thursday. San Bernardino The 200 medley relay team of Brent Hardgrave, Art Quiroz, Sean Jara and John Christ won its event and Shannon Stratton captured the 100 fly and 200 individual medley to lead the boys swim team to a 102-52 victory over Bloomington in a Sunkist League dual meet on Thursday. Also winning events were Robert Swann who won the 200 and 500 freestyles. SanGorgonio The 200 medley relay team (Yuki Mera, Aki Mora, Alecia Copp and Christine Krowell) won its event with a time of 2:07.91 and Amy Gleason won the 200 individual medley to lead the girls sw im team to a 113-16 rout of Colton in a Citrus Belt League dual meet on Wednesday. Also winning events were Dawn Rosier (100 fly) and Laura Burroughs (500 free). The Spartans (2-0-1 in league) play host to Redlands on Wednesday. Serrano The girls track and field team was washed out of the Inland Empire Championships last Saturday due to heavy rains, but returns to action on April 5 when it plays host to Yucca Valley at 3 p.m. The Diamondbacks' next invitational is April 15 at the Beaumont Invite. Trona Sophomore Ruben Benitez set a school record in the 400 meters with a time of 49.89 seconds and sophomore Danny Polman captured the 3,200 in 10:59.71 to lead the boys trac k and field team to a second-place finish in the Twentynine Palms Invitational on March 18. The 1,600-meter re-lav team, which took first in the meet with a time of 3 09.02, consists of Tony Klein, Eric Hara, Donnie Schuyler and Benitez. On the girls side, the Tornadoes took fourth behind the performances of junior Clarissa Moulton who won the high jump, 300 intermediate hurdles and 100 hurdles. The winning 1.600 relay team consists of Laura Delaney, Cyn-dra Yarbrough, Moulton and Gina Johnson. Both teams play-host to Tehachapi, Mojave and Lone Pine on Thursday. The Tornadoes then travel to the Pah-rump (Nev.) Invitational on Saturday. Upland Rob Wessely shot a five-over par 77 and Chad Hackman fired a 79 to lead the golf team to the overall title at the 21st annual Riverside Poly Tournament at Victoria Country Club on March 20. Steve Woods shot an 80 and Chris Trulin an 81 for the Highlanders who finished with 396 strokes, one stroke ahead of Tor-rey Pines High School. Victor Valley The tennis team returns to action after a two-week layoff on Friday when it plays host to Bar-stow for a San Andreas League match. The Jackrabbit.s, behind the singles play of Eric Poindext-er and Jerry Sher, who won two sets apiece, defeated Apple Valley on March 17 to improve their record to 4-0 in the SAL and 7-1 overall. Victor Valley Christian Larry Matthews collected a pair of singles and had three RBI to lead the baseball team to an 11-4 victory over Ambassador Baptist in a non-league contest on March 20. One of Matthews' hits was a two-run double in the Royals' four-run first inning. Yucaipa Jenny Sible, Jennifer Nocera and Denisse Jenkins took firsts in the two-mile run and Stacy Klein won the 1 10 low hurdles, the 440 and the triple jump to lead the girls track and field team to a 1 15-12 victory over Temecula Valley in a Sunkist League dual meet ou Wednesday. Carrie Stubbs won the 100- and 220-yard races for the Thunderbirds, who improved to 3-1 overall. Yucca Valley The baseball team returns to action today at Twentynine Palms High School at 3 p.m. The Trojans are 1-2 overall and have yet to play a De Anza League game. Yucca Valley then plays host to Beaumont on Thursday. Compiled by Nick Leyva Role-playing SBVC is rolling along in Foothill Conference San Bernardino Valley College's baseball team is off to a good start in the Foothill Conference. The Indians are in second place (3-1-1) behind Chaffey (4-1). "We're getting steady play out of our shortstop Eric Campa," said SBVC coach Stan Sanchez, whose team has a home game today against Victor Valley at 2:30 p.m. "He's our leadoff hitter and a good base-stealer. He really ignites us at times." Freshman Don Johnson and outfielder Rafael Rodriguez have been getting key hits, while Darren Espinoza, a 5-6, 150-pounder, has been an "overachieving" surprise, Sanchez said. "Mark Loeb hasn't had the offensive year we'd like, but he's starting to swing well," said Sanchez. The coach described his pitching as "Jekyll and Hyde." Sanchez said he is getting quality work from starters Jeff Rowe (4-2) and Panch McMichael Local colleges Cindy Robinson (3-1), w hile relievers Jeff Slider (2-1), Ruben Montano (5-1, four saves) and Gabriel Pineda are improving. Greg Gehrett has been effective as a spot starter and reliever. Sanchez seid that "most of our pitching is done in roles. We're trying to create a team concept. "I told the team we're not blessed with great athletes. We have guys who can run well and guys who run poorly, power hitters and scrappy hitters, and the pitching is the same way. "We try to get the advantage and use whoever the situation dictates. We're not a really domi nant team. We don't play just nine players in any game." Sanchez, whose team is 18-8-1 overall, feels the Indians can get to the 30-win plateau. "But we have to get hot," he said. "We have to start playing really good baseball. If this club gets hot, they could possibly start dominating people, but I haven't seen it yet. Anyone can beat anyone in our league." Cal State San Bernardino's softball team had a long weekend in San Diego. Playing in the Triton Tri tournament, the Coyotes went 0-4 against their main rivals for the top ranking in the NCAA Division III West region, losing to UC San Diego (6-5 and 1-0 in eight innings) and Cal State Stanislaus (4-1 and 3-2). The Coyotes got back on the w inning track by beating Augsburg (Iowa) twice on Saturday. Cal State, now 17-5, will host Cal Luthern, an NAI A team, at 2 p.m. today and Cal State Hayward on Wednesday, also at 2. National and regional rankings are due Wednesday, and Cal State figures to be No.3 in the West, behind San Diego and Stanislaus. The Coyotes could have an opportunity to avenge their losses to the Tritons and Warriors when the teams play in Hayward's Pioneer Classic tourney March 31-April2. Holly Haggerty knows things have to get better they certainly can't get any worse. Haggerty, women's tennis coach at Cal State San Bernardino, has been able to field a full six-player team in only half of the Coyotes' eight matches, all of which they have lost. Haggerty has a good attitude about it, though, and she's thankful her team does, too. "I had no chance to recruit," said the first-year coach. "You just take what you have and work w ith that. That's about all you can do. I never had to face this before. We're just a very young team. I think we're going to win a couple in April." Senior Debbie Wallace is the only returnee. Two freshmen, a sophomore and two junior college transfers round out the squad. Coyotes players have won only two individual matches against Biola and Cal State Stanislaus. The team has lost every other match 9-0. Ken Miller, baseball coach at the University of Redlands, hopes his team will have more success once Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play begins April 7. The Bulldogs have struggled to a 8-12 record in the preconfer-ence season. The last few losses have been heartbreakers, caused by untimely errors. "Our defense is OK, but we break down at critical times a Gaytan: San Gorgonio has new football coach Continued fromCI the value of the passing game and I think we'll have a balanced attack." Gaytan compiled a record of 46-37 in eight years as a head coach. After he left Colton in 1978 (he served as an assistant at Bloomington High School in 1976), Gaytan coached the offensive line at Brawley High School for one season. He then took the Needles job and turned a 5-5-1 team into a 6-4 squad in 1980. The Mustangs qualified for the CIF playoffs the next three years and reached the Inland Conference semifinals in 1981. Gaytan moved to Ocean View in 1984, inheriting a football program that was virtually ignored by administrators and the district. Gaytan found the going rough, finishing last in the Sunset League and compiling a 2-8 overall mark each of his two years. "Ocean View was the stepchild school of that (Huntington Beach Unified) district," Gaytan said. "But San Gorgonio has so much support. There are many people waiting in the wings ready to help." In 1986, Gaytan moved to Edison, where discipline was his No.l priority. He posted consecutive 6-4 seasons in the rugged 10-team North Yosemite League, which includes powerhouses such as Madera, Bullard, Clovis and Clo-vis West. "I had to wear a lot of hats at Fresno. But I have a pretty clear-cut system when it comes to discipline," Gaytan said. "I'm all business when it comes to my team; there's no gray area with me." Gaytan sat out last season after he went through a divorce and his father passed away, all within a month. "I figured those weren't good enough reasons to drag the team down," he said. "I figured if I was a good enough coach, the opportunity to coach again would come up." Gaytan said he will ask members of Duncanson's staff to return in the fall and that he also would add assistants of his own choosing. Gaytan, who will teach physical education and English at San G., added that he will be available for spring drills, scheduled to begin in May on a Monday-through-Thursday schedule. "I'm one of the guys who paid his dues," Gaytan said. "I want to show people who come from a lower-middle class Hispanic family like I did that you can make it" Gayton's record Lifetime coaching record for Karl Gaytan, who was named as San Gorgonio High School's football coach Monday. Year School Record 1980 Needles 6-4 1981 Needles 7-3 1982 Needles 8-4 1983 Needles 92 1984 Ocean View 2-6 1985 Ocean View 2-8 1986 Fresno Edison 6-4 1987 Fresno Edison 6-4 1988 Did not coach Eight-year career record 46-37 Assistant at Colton, Brawley and Bloomington high schools from 1972-79. dropped ball, or a throw just enough off to take our guy off the bag," said Miller. "Our level of play has really improved over the first part of the season. We felt we'd be a little inconsistent in the early season. We should be in a pretty good position in conference." Miller praised Sean Dunne's pitching performance March 1 1 against Biola. The sophomore threw a two-hit shutout, walking one and striking out eight in the seven-inning game. Redlands already has met SCIAC rival Pomona-Pitzer, sweeping a three-game series. "Our offense has been struggling the last few games," Miller said. "I've talked to our coaches and they said it's young players trying to get college hits and they're pressing a little bit, and then our older guys start to press a little bit to pick up the slack." The Bulldogs will play a dou-bleheader at home against Wisconsin-Whitewater on Thursday at 1 p.m. Three county players on A1I-CIF Div. V team The Sun San Bernardino County's leading scorer with a 28.4 average, Tom Moore of Abundant Life Christian Academy, was named to the Division V All-CIF team by members of the First Interstate-Amateur Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles. Joining Moore, a 6-foot senior guard, on the first team was Hesperia Christian's Mark Smith, a 6-3 junior who averaged 17.4 points a game and guided the Patriots to another Christian League title. Moore led the Eagles to the Metro League title and an 18-5 overall record. Junior guard Reggie Sparrow of Ambassador Baptist, whose team defeated Abundant Life in the first round of the Small Schools playoffs, was named to the second team. Sparrow averaged 24.4 points a game for the Bulldogs, who finishee third in the Victory League.
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