Cajon football and basketball star Jeremiah Martin, and Redlands East Valley swimmer Autumn D’Arcy were named the 2018 Ken Hubbs Award winners – going to the top athletes in San Bernardino County.
Cajon girls basketball star Kayla Washington and San Bernardino football, wrestling, and track standout Alex Mattison are the 2016 Ken Hubbs overall award winners.
The 52nd annual Ken Hubbs award represents the top high school athletes in San Bernardino County
Washington will play her college basketball at Washington State University while Mattison will play football at Boise State University.
Check back for video of the entire awards ceremony from Colton High School on the Inland_Sports Channel on YouTube.
Kayla Washington (17 points) led Cajon on a 19-0 run late in the game to help give the Cowgirls a 55-36 win vs. Elk Grove in the CIF Division II State Finals at Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento. Tyra Turner added 17 points while Taylor Goldsberry added 12 with 16 rebounds.
It’s the first CIF state championship for Cajon High School.
Gun shooting range, Top Golf, and a house with a walk-in pool and home theater … and we also mixed in some Spring Training baseball!
I had the chance to tag along with KCAL Rocks 96.7 fm (You can hear my Inland_Sports update on KCAL every Monday and Wednesday at 8:30 am) on our annual pilgrimage to Arizona to check out the Dodgers and Angels in action.
We saw the Dodgers taking on the Halos at Camelback Ranch where we ran into Vic The Brick from Fox Sports 570. He gave the Inland_Sports Show on Fox Sports 1350 some good advice; and talked Dodgers!
The game got even better after sharing some “time and space” with Vic The Brick … Jimbo from the “Stu, Tiffany, and Jimbo” morning show on KCAL asked me to do some play-by-play with Riverside Poly’s Austin Barnes at the plate for the Dodgers, and here’s what happened:
And to top off the day, we got to hang out with Chicago Cubs pitcher Aaron Brooks (Cajon HS) and his fiancee Whitney at his new home in Arizona. Brooks just purchased his first home and it’s still “decorating”, but does have his Kansas City Royals jersey hanging up from when he made his first Major League debut. Brooks is now hoping to crack the Cubs starting rotation after he was traded from the Oakland A’s just prior to the start of spring training.