FOOTBALL: The “Great 8 & 4 More” Rankings after Week 3

Well, the Inland_Sports super computer did it again and squirted out our weekly rankings. After a series of mathematical equations and formulas, we are pleased to welcome Aquinas into the Great 8. The Falcons are 4-0 heading into Friday’s contest with Rancho Christian as RB Branden Rankins is closing-in on the San Bernardino County rushing record. There’s a good chance Rankins will make a run at the record when the Falcons meet Notre Dame in Week 6!!!!!!

Murrieta Mesa also joined the party in our 4 More after the Rams picked up a convincing win vs. San Jacinto. Murrieta Mesa will play Valley View this week, which will be a measuring stick for this Rams’ team.

The Inland_Sports super computer is really confused on what to do with Vista Murrieta (0-4). They’re really good and played great teams, but they don’t have any wins … which nearly blew-up the computer! Norco is in the same boat!

 

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FOOTBALL: Great 8 & 4 More Rankings after Week 1

It’s starting to get juicy around here with some great match-ups looming in the next couple of weeks in non-league … we’re looking at you #5 Murrieta Valley vs. #4 Cajon 🙂

Centennial is still #1 despite a 40-20 setback to IMG Academy at the Honor Bowl.

Vista Murrieta (0-2) slides to #8 after going winless in their first two games, but seriously, they played two really good teams in Colquitt County (Georgia) and Mission Viejo.

In our 4 more, Redlands East Valley is coming off a great 59-55 win at Etiwanda, Santiago dropped a tough one at home to Citrus Hill, and we’ve got both Notre Dame and Aquinas rounding-out the rankings!

The Inland_Sports super computer never lies.

 

VOLLEYBALL: Vista Murrieta wins Queen’s Court Crown

Congratulations to the Vista Murrieta volleyball team for winning the Queen’s Court championship! Check out interviews on the Inland_Sports YouTube Channel and a complete recap from Inland_Sports volleyball correspondent Derry Trujillo:

Queens Court 2017 Wrap Up-

FOOTBALL: Pre-Season “Great 8 & 4 More” Rankings

Using a very complicated, scientific, and mathematical formula; the Inland_Sports Show Super Computer was able to squirt out (as Geoff Gorham put it) these preseason “Great 8 & 4 More” power rankings based on a points system.

Centennial checks in at the top spot with 48 points; followed by Murrieta Valley, Heritage, Vista Murrieta and Roosevelt rounding out the top five spots. There were several ties including a log jam for the 8th spot in the Great 8.

Be sure to follow @Inland_Sports on Twitter and inland_sports_show on instagram for any updates to the Great 8 & 4 More Power Rankings. The Inland_Sports Show Super Computer will be squirting out a new power ranking after Week 0.

 

FOOTBALL: Centennial Passing League with Vista Murrieta, Summit, and AB Miller

The Centennial Huskies hosted Vista Murrieta, Summit, and AB Miller for some 7-on-7 action. Check out some highlights and interviews on the Inland_Sports Channel, including Centennial quarterback Tanner McKee!

BASEBALL: Kiernan Blasts Corona past Vista Murrieta 5-4

Jayden Kieran’s two-run homer in the bottom of the sixth inning gave Corona a 5-4 win vs. Vista Murrieta. The Panthers will travel to JW North in the CIF Southern Section Division I Quarterfinals.

Check out the recap with Inland_Sports Video Journalist Cullen Holt:

Complete Highlights of the game:

FOOTBALL: Inland Empire All-Star Classic Drafted Players

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Derrick Johnson (right) and Jim Walker draft IE All-Star Classic players from the Tartan Restaurant in Redlands.

The 32nd Inland Empire All-Star Classic head coaches Jim Walker (Redlands) and Derrick Johnson (Notre Dame) drafted the first 22 players on each of their teams during a LIVE broadcast on the Inland_Sports Show YouTube Channel on Wednesday from the Tartan Restaurant in Redlands.

Below are the players drafted by each head coach. An approximate 14 additional players will be added to each all-star roster. The final rosters will be posted on the Inland_Sports website and social media platforms.

BLUE INLAND TEAM (Derrick Johnson):

QB – Armando Herrera (REV)

RB – Miles Reed (Centennial)

DL – Elijah Chambers (San Jacinto)

DB – Jaylan Shaw (Centennial)

C – Kyle Krepsz (King)

OL – Jair Goiz (San Gorgonio)

LB – Chad Kanow (Great Oak)

LB – Pika Fakava (San Gorgonio)

DB – George Hicks III (Cajon)

DB – Jayden Dawson (Heritage)

DL – Tesi Mikaele (Citrus Hill)

DL – Seleti Fevaleaki (Centennial)

DL – Solomon Iosefa (Norte Vista)

WR – Bryan Thompson (Rancho Verde)

WR- Jeremiah Boatner (Corona)

WR – Justin Fisher (Centennial)

OL – Sam Alvarez (Aquinas)

WR – Simeon Burns (Linfield Christian)

LB – Jonis Allen (Riverside Poly)

LB – Josh Kaldas (Centennial)

QB – Kaleb Hayes (San Gorgonio)

RB – Lika Palmer (Murrieta Valley)

 

 

CARDINAL EMPIRE TEAM (Jim Walker):

OL – Scott Walther (Heritage)

DL – Anthony Mermea (Vista Murrieta)

DB – Darren Hall (Rancho Cucamonga)

DB – Jaylen Moore (King)

DL – Kain Sua (Rancho Verde)

OL – Chase Windham (Vista Murrieta)

WR – Tyreque Jones (San Gorgonio)

TE – Kade Greeley (Vista Murrieta)

QB – Karson Greeley (Vista Murrieta)

DB – Nick Harper (REV)

OL – Hector Marin (Roosevelt)

WR – Jaivian Lofton (Rancho Cucamonga)

DB – Jared Oliphant (REV)

DL – Pounono Faaagi (Vista Murrieta)

OL – Frank Lemos (Yucaipa)

LB – Voi Fata (REV)

LB – Tevita Halalilo (Rancho Verde)

WR – Jayden Lundy (Paloma Valley)

LB – Brad Garza (King)

RB – Javier Luna (Heritage)

RB – Marlon Moorer (Rancho Verde)

LB – Gabriel Murgo (San Gorgonio)