FOOTBALL: The “Great 8 & 4 More” Rankings after Week 10

Here’s the final Inland Sports Show Great 8 & 4 More football rankings for the regular season. Not a huge shake-up in the poll, but Paloma Valley is back after taking Heritage down to the wire before falling 41-38. The Wildcats only losses this season were to #2 Heritage and #4 Cajon!

Congrats to Aquinas … the first 10-0 season in school history!

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FOOTBALL: QB Levi Plante with 6 touchdowns, U of R wins 42-20

Quarterback Levi Plante (Redlands East Valley HS) ran for four touchdowns and passed for two more, leading the University of Redlands to a 42-20 victory against Pomona-Pitzer on Homecoming.

Plante passed for 206 yards while chalking up 154 on the ground to lead all rushers.

The Bulldogs improve to 5-2 on the season and will host Whittier on November 4 on Senior Night.

FOOTBALL: The Inland_Sports “Great 8 & 4 More” Rankings after Week 5

Here’s the deal … Yucaipa did not just sneak into the party, the T’Birds burst through the front door. Yucaipa, behind its first ever win vs. REV 43-27, rockets to #7 in our high school football rankings, taking the place of the Wildcats. The next couple of week will be extremely telling as we enter into league play for the rest of the world. Some great games on deck; including Notre Dame vs. Aquinas, Centennial vs. Roosevelt, and Murrieta Valley vs. Vista Murrieta in Week 6.

FOOTBALL: Mt. Sac downs SBVC 45-23

The San Bernardino Valley College football team opened the 2017 season with a 45-23 loss to Mt. San Antonio College. Dezhon Williams opened the scoring with an interception for a touchdown, while Wolverines quarterback Armando Herrera twice found Kellen Pachot for scores.

Next up for SBVC is Pasadena City College on September 9.

Check out Pep Fernandez and Vinny Fazio with the broadcast on IEMG-TV!

FOOTBALL: Norte Vista stars sign with U. of Redlands

Solomon Iosefa and Hector Becerra sign their letters to play for the University of Redlands during a ceremony at Norte Vista High School.

The University of Redlands football team landed two, key players from Norte Vista High School that led the Braves to the CIF Southern Section Division 7 championship game.

Braves lineman Solomon Iosefa and defensive end/tight end Hector Becerra, each were All-CIF selections this past season, signed with the Bulldogs during a ceremony on Wednesday.

Iosefa and Becerra join a UofR team that finished 8 and 2 last season and won the SCIAC championship.

The Bulldogs kick off the season on September 2 at home against Trinity (Texas).

FOOTBALL: Week 8 Final Scores

CAJON 46,  CARTER 28

YUCAIPA 66,  CITRUS VALLEY 35

REV 51,  EISENHOWER 14

REDLANDS 47,  MILLER 7

NOTRE VISTA 31,  RAMONA 7

PATRIOT 28,  LA SIERRA 19

HILLCREST 43,  JURUPA VALLEY 10

CITRUS HILL 31,   SAN JACINTH 10

HEMET 38,  TAHQUITZ 14

WEST VALLEY 19,   BEAUMONT 15

PALOMA VALLEY 69,   ELSINORE 28

HERITAGE 49,  PERRIS 6

TEMESCAL CANYON 42,  LAKESIDE 7

NORCO 49,  SANTIAGO 10

ROOSEVELT 38,  KING 35

CENTENNIAL 64,  CORONA 14

AQUINAS 54,  ARROWHEAD CHRISTIAN 20

ONTARIO CHRISTIAN 15,  NOTRE DAME 14

LINFIELD CHRISTIAN 79,  WESTERN CHRISTIAN 0

VISTA MURRIETA 41,  CHAPARRAL 14

GREAT OAK 46,   MURRIETA MESA 35

MURRIETA VALLEY 62,  TEMECULA VALLEY 7

SUMMIT 55,  BLOOMINGTON 6

GRAND TERRACE 20,  KAISER 14

COLTON 21,  FONTANA 14

SAN GORGONIO 21,  RIM OF THE WORLD 0

INDIAN SPRINGS 43,  ARROYO VALLEY 24

JURUPA HILLS 41,  RIALTO 12

BANNING 46,  SAN BERNARDINO 16

PACIFIC 40,  MORENO VALLEY 6

RUBIDOUX 13,  VISTA DEL LAGO 0

JW NORTH 49,   VALLEY VIEW 34

RANCHO VERDE 62,  RIVERSIDE POLY 14

FOOTBALL: WEEK 5 FINAL SCORES

Week 5 —

CAJON 60,  EISENHOWER 20

REV 35,   CARTER 12

CITRUS VALLEY 45,  MILLER 10

YUCAIPA 47,  REDLANDS 40

NOTRE DAME 20,   TESORO 13

MISSION PREP 49,  LINFIELD CHRISTIAN 21

AQUINAS 41,  HAMILTON 28

ARROWHEAD CHRISTIAN 32,   VICTORVILLE EXCELSIOR CHARTER 6

RUBIDOUX 17,   WEST VALLEY 14

MORENO VALLEY 50,  COLTON 6

PACIFIC 52,  BLOOMINGTON 6

TEMECULA VALLEY 37,  RIVERSIDE POLY 15

GRAND TERRACE 37,   JW NORTH 16

RANCHO VERDE 34,  KING 10

NORTE VISTA 35,   SUMMIT 32

SAN JACINTO 14,  RANCHO MIRAGE 0

SAN JUAN HILLS 24,   GREAT OAK 21 (OT)

NORCO 56,  CHINO HILLS 28