The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on March 9, 1989 · Page 42
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The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California · Page 42

San Bernardino, California
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Thursday, March 9, 1989
Page 42
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C6 The Sim THURSDAY, March 9, 19159 on Doing swimmingly Si .irs Surplus Slorcs m'II first cu,ilily masUvkal aiul (lisuintinucil morchumlisc from Scars Retail and ( alalou Distribution Svtcnis at savings (if :(l"o-7(l"o ()l I original catalog ami retail prices cvcrvilav. WHERE 9jf0 YOU SAVE iM O t 70 Off Original Catalog anil Hetail Pri-f h Every Day V v SURPLUS STORE L 1 J j " A ',.' lM - - ; Cfc"", . - OAVID SCHREIBERThe Sun Redlands High School swimmer Andy Villarete swims to victory with a time of 2:01 in the 200-yard medley at a dual meet against visiting Colton three seconds better than the CIF qualifying time. Principals prepare for releaguing vote Nine releaguing proposals, including one that would move Citrus Belt League members Colton and San Gorgonio to the San Andreas League for the 1990-92 cycle, have been submitted by the Citrus Belt Area's representatives to be voted on next week. Principals from the 44 Citrus Belt Area schools will convene at San Bernardino High School on Monday at 3 p.m. to conduct their vote. The winning proposal will be submitted to the CIF Southern Section Council at its March 16 meeting, said Victor Valley principal Julian Weaver, the area's representative on the CIF releaguing committee. "After that, anyone who wants to appeal may do so," Weaver said. "The Council will either approve the proposal or send it back. The appeals process will take several months, so the schools have plenty of time to make an appeal." Weaver said the CIF Executive Committee is expected to adopt the releaguing proposals at its first meeting of the 1989-90 school year, sometime in August or September. Two years ago, the area's first proposal submitted to the CIF had Perris High School moving into the San Andreas League. But after Perris officials appealed to the CIF because of the traveling distance between their school and the other SAL members, the proposal was sent back to the Citrus Belt Area for reworking. To resolve the dispute, Citrus Belt Area principals were forced to add a new league the Mountain View and reconstruct the previous formation of all the leagues in the area except the Citrus Belt League. The proposal that would remove Colton and San G. from the CBL and reduce the league to six teams is likely to meet with stiff opposition from CBL officials. The CBL, which includes the area's largest schools, prefers to retain its eight-school format. Because of their large enrollments, the league's members find it difficult to schedule non-league foes. "That's always been a roadblock for us," said Weaver. "The CBL has always desired to stay an eight-team league because of the difficulties of getting non-league football opponents." The search for head football coaches at San Gorgonio and Redlands high schools is beginning to heat up. Dan King, assistant superintendent in charge of personnel for the San Bernardino City Unified School District, said Wednesday that his office has narrowed R'A Preps the list of candidates down to eight finalists, none of which he would identify. "I think we have eight quality candidates," King said. "We've finished the paper screening and now all we have to do is the inter-viewing process." King said the eight finalists will be interviewed March 16, after which the school's interviewing committee will narrow the field to two finalists. King said each of the finalists might be visited at their campus by San G. principal Philip Haley and athletic director Bob Betty to view the respective coaches' football programs. King said the district hopes to have a coach hired later this month. Cynthia Andrews, director of personnel for the Redlands Unified School District, said the application procedure for the Red-lands opening closed on Monday and her office will begin the paper screening process immediately. Andrews, w ho declined to release any names, said the district received more than 25 applications, primarily from coaches throughout Southern California. Andrews said the district hopes to have a coach chosen by April 1. Spring football practices are scheduled to begin on May 22. Beaumont High School girls coach Corky Cloud has been named the school's boys basketball coach, and Cougars alumna Jennifer Wohlmuth has been named the girls coach, athletic director Dean McKernan said. Cloud replaces veteran coach Alex Boyd, who stepped down last week. Cloud coached the Cougars' girls team the past five seasons, leading Beaumont to the CIF playoffs four times. The Cougars reached the semifinals in 1986 before losing to eventual 1 A champion Yucca Valley. Wohlmuth, a 1981 graduate of Beaumont, starred in both basketball and softball for the Cougars, earning All- De Anza League honors in both sports for three consecutive years. Wohlmuth was the De Anza League's most valuable player in her senior year. She served as a women's varsity assistant last season at the University of Redlands. She is a 1985 U of R graduate. Home run gives Cal State a tie against Azusa Pacific The Sun SAN BERNARDINO Senior right fielder Yale Fowler cracked a towering two-run homer at the bottom of the eighth tying the score at 10-10 for Cal State San Bernardino in a game against Azusa Pacific that was cut short because of darkness on Wednesday at Fis-calini Field. Azusa Pacific got off to an early 4-0 lead at the top of the first when second baseman Tim Williams hit a grand slam. The Coyotes retaliated with solo homer by senior shortstop Horicio Ramirez but they continued to trail until Fowler's homer in the seventh. Junior catcher Dirk Sayer was 3-for-4 with two RBI in the seventh inning. Cal State San Bernardino is 11-2-1 and plays Philadelphia College at 3 p.m. Friday at Fiscalini Field. TIRED OF BEING WD?! 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