San Bernardino County Cross Country: Welcome

This site has been created to promote the hard work and dedication of cross country athletes in San Bernardino County.  The county has a rich tradition of excellence that deserves to be promoted.  The site is being designed to be a place for athletes, coaches and parents to get all their SB County prep cross country results and information.  It's a work in progress, so be sure to keep coming back!

Week 8 Wrap-Up

Rancho Runs Wild In Baseline Action;  Wild Finish On the Boys Side!!!  (click on Baseline League for team scores)

Fontana and Bloomington Running Away With Things!!!  (click on Sunkist League for team scores)

Woodcrest and Linfield Still Dominant in the Ambassador League!!!  (click on Ambassador League for team scores)

Burroughs With the Upset In A Nailbiter;  Serrano Girls Cruise!!!  (click on Mojave River League for team scores)

 

Mt. SAC Invitational
Still construction issues, and with CIF at Riverside, probably half the schools are attending each.  Friday's action featured Big Bear in both sweeps races.  The boys, led by Gianni Roberts, finished middle of the pack.  Not far behind was the Andy Tamayo-led Yucca Valley squad.  The Big Bear girls finished 5th in the sweepstakes race with Kaia Hoak, Hailey McGivney, and Marin Stamer providing a formidable trio for the Bears.  There was not much action for the County in the four sweeps races on Saturday.  An understaffed Serrano squad, without their top runner, still managed to finish 8th, led by Elizabeth Martin.  The Diamondback boys were entered in the individual sweeps and Ian Crocker ran the County's fastest time at 15:40.  In the girls individual sweeps, Chino Hills' Jacqueline Duarte equaled the #11 mark in County history to take 2nd in 17:42.
 
Boys Varsity Team Times (some teams ran runners at grade level):
Chino Hills - 81:43
Rancho Cucamonga - 83:59
Serrano - 84:29
Big Bear - 87:00
Upland - 87:24
Yucca Valley - 87:36
Ontario - 87:53 
Apple Valley - 87:57
Redlands - 88:51
Riverside Prep - 89:34 
Carter - 89:18
Barstow - 89:54
Arroyo Valley - 91:01
Don Lugo - 92:03
Academy of Academic Excellence - 95:10 
Rim of the World - 95:42 
Silverado - 96:24
Hesperia - 97:33
Rialto - 97:47
Aquinas - 99:58 
Montclair - 100:05
Adelanto - 101:39
Academy of Careers and Exploration - 103:42 
San Bernardino - 104:09
 
Boys Individual Times (under 17:30):
*Ian Crocker (Ser) - 15:40
Jake Bergmann (CH) - 15:44
Noah Rehfeldt (CH) - 15:57
*Gianni Roberts (BB) - 16:01
*Santiago Herrera (RC) - 16:17
Caleb Kozakovsky (CH) - 16:26
*Andrew Muniz (Up) - 16:30
*Eric Perez (AV) - 16:33
**Nathan England (RC) - 16:33
*Clark Sipos (RC) - 16:35
*Andy Tamayo (YV) - 16:35 
*Colby Horstmeyer (Red) - 16:36
Kevin Quinteros (AB Miller) - 16:38
*Brandon Lopez (CH) - 16:40
Tate Callicott (RP) - 16:42
Joseph Potz (Rim) - 16:44
***Mason Ma (CH) - 16:48
Josh Sanhamel (CH) - 16:48
**Thomas Long (RP) - 16:52 
*Michael Left (Up) - 16:54
Frank McGarry (CH) - 16:54
Raul Rodriguez (BB) - 16:58 
*Erik Garcia (CH) - 16:58
*Tyson Musser (CH) - 16:58
Gregory Cruz (DL) - 16:58 
Zachariah Budd (Ser) - 17:00
***Dakota Jones (CH) - 17:01
***Miguel Paz (Red) - 17:02
*Mason Williams (Hes) - 17:05
*Sean Crowley (Ser) - 17:05
**Elijah Ocegueda (YV) - 17:05
*Omar Estrada (Car) - 17:05
*Edward Carillo (Car) - 17:08
***Glenn Bell (RC) - 17:08
*Arturo Camarena (Ser) - 17:10
*Roman Hunter (CH) - 17:12
**Ricardo Vargas (Rim) - 17:13 
*David Salazar (Ont) - 17:16
Ethan Oatman (Silv) - 17:18
Sebastian Hernandez (Ser) - 17:19
***Nathaniel Gallardo (ArrV) - 17:19
Khaled Korfali (Up) - 17:20
Jose Montano (Ont) - 17:22
Hector Negrete (SB) - 17:23
Jose Meraz (Ont) - 17:25
Gabe Rivas (CH) - 17:25
*Zane Buhagiar (CH) - 17:26
*Corey Dobbins (RC) - 17:26
**Marcelo Noble (YV) - 17:29 
 
Girls Varsity Team Times (some teams ran runners at grade level):
Serrano - 97:50
Chino Hills - 98:16
Big Bear - 101:01 
Rancho Cucamonga - 101:30
Redlands - 105:23
Upland - 105:51
Apple Valley - 107:04
Carter - 112:29
Academy of Academic Excellence - 118:00 
Barstow - 119:44
Silverado - 119:50
Hesperia - 120:57
Yucca Valley - 121:36 
 
Girls Individual Times (under 21:30):
**Jacqueline Duarte (CH) - 17:42 (ties the #11 mark all-time)
Kaia Hoak (BB) - 18:16 
Elizabeth Martin (Ser) - 18:27
***Riley Rodriguez (Up) - 18:30
*Maribel Aguilar (Ser) - 19:11
**Allie Scimia (RC) - 19:15
*Marisol Aguilar (Ser) - 19:20
*Lauren Jauregui (CH) - 19:26
**Hailey McGivney (BB) - 19:29 
Lanie Schemenauer (RC) - 19:41
**Miranda McGarry (CH) - 19:47
Lindsay Calderon (AV) - 19:50
*Joanna Lopez (Ontario) - 19:52
*Samantha Ulloa (Ser) - 19:53
Madison Enriquez (Bar) - 20:00
Sofia Dominguez (San Bernardino) - 20:00
*Myah Peters (RC) - 20:07
Marin Stamer (BB) - 20:07
Arianna Hedtke (Up) - 20:20
Carissa Estrada (Car) - 20:23
***Taylor Johnson (BB) - 20:27
Kimberly Page (AAE) - 20:35 
Cayedelen Cano (CH) - 20:38
*Maddie Kuhn (RC) - 20:38
***Karis Brown (CH) - 20:43
*Chelsey Romo (Red) - 20:48
*Camille Cortes (CH) - 20:48
Kayla Hudson (CH) - 20:53
Sophia Mendoza (Red) - 20:57
Cassandra Ulloa (Ser) - 20:59
***Shaina Rangel (SB) - 20:59
*Serena Plumb (Red) - 21:01
*Alyssa Lovett (AAE) - 21:02 
**Pricilla Armenta (Car) - 21:03
*Emma Mills (YV) - 21:03 
**Peyton Lehman (Ser) - 21:04
Caitlyn Cortes (CH) - 21:04
***Hailey Callaway (AV) - 21:10
*Olivia Hanley (Up) - 21:10
Rini Perencsik (Red) - 21:17
*Jurixy Matute (SB) - 21:18
**Carolyn Ung (Red) - 21:20
April Regalado (ArrV) - 21:23
***Jessica Ruvalcaba (Car) - 21:28
 
Riverside Invitational
Held on the CIF Course in Riverside.  Many schools here, but not many from the County.  Having IE Challenge here last weekend may have influenced that.  Some teams ran split squads with Mt. SAC and some held out key runners...few were at full strength here.
Varsity Boys Team Times (some teams ran runners at grade level):
Alta Loma - 82:34 
Cajon - 82:42
Los Osos - 84:57
Sultana - 86:18
San Gorgonio - 89:05
Kaiser - 92:59
Chaffey - 93:08 
Rancho Cucamonga - 93:39
29 Palms - 99:57 
Jurupa Hills - 107:18 
 
Individual Boys Times (under 16:30):
Zackary Alexander (AL) - 15:29
Daniel Abdala (AL) - 15:40 
Adam Lunt (Caj) - 15:50
Vernon Trozzi (Sult) - 15:57 
Hector Carbajal (Caj) - 15:59
Matthew Cary (Ay) - 16:03
**Andrew Tafolla (LO) - 16:13
Eduardo Perez (SG) - 16:26 
 
Varsity Girls Team Times (some teams ran runners at grade level):
Ayala - 95:45
Cajon - 99:30
Alta Loma - 99:52 
Sultana - 109:54
San Gorgonio - 123:37
 
Individual Girls Times (under 20:30):
***Shay Pederson (AL) - 18:06 
**Vivian Frisk (Caj) - 18:18
**Ashley Madariaga (Caj) - 18:23
*Emily Garcia (Ay) - 18:43
*Megan Oh (Ay) - 18:51 
***Savanna Arruda (LO) - 18:52
**Emma Bialy (Ay) - 18:58
**Rylie Parker (Ay) - 19:17
**Natalia Muro (Chaf) - 19:47
*Elizabeth Iniguez (Chaf) - 19:53 
**Olivia Gomez (Ay) - 19:55 
***Samantha Seretis (LO) - 20:06
*Sofia Castaneda (AL) - 20:08 
***Genna Rice (RC) - 20:09
**Sophia Byers (Ay) - 20:10
*Brianna King (Ay) - 20:11 
**Margot Evans (Ay) - 20:11
**Hannah Lyon (Sult) - 20:17
Pamela Bowen (AL) - 20:27
***Nora Alfonso (AL) - 20:27 


San Bernardino County Cross Country Rankings - Week 7 
Previous rankings included.
 
Boys
1. Yucaipa (1)
2. Redlands East Valley (2)
3. Ayala (3)
4. Chino Hills (4)
5. Serrano (5)
6. Etiwanda (6)
7. Colony (7)
8. Rancho Cucamonga (8)
9.  Cajon (10)
10. Big Bear (11)
11. Redlands (NR)
12. Upland (12)
13. Alta Loma (9)
14. Ontario (13)
15. Apple Valley (15)
 
Small Schools:
1. Big Bear (1)
2. Barstow (3)
3. Yucca Valley (2)
4. Granite Hills (4)
5. Riverside Prep (5)
 
Girls:
1. Serrano (1)
2. Ayala (2)
3. Yucaipa (3)
4. Rancho Cucamonga (8)
5. Chino Hills (4)
6. Etiwanda (5)
7. Alta Loma (6)
8. Big Bear (7)
9. Colony (13)
10. Granite Hills (9)
11. Redlands (12)
12. Bloomington (10)
13. Cajon (11)
14. Upland (14)
15. Chaffey (15)
 
Small Schools:
1. Big Bear (1)
2. Granite Hills (2)
3. Yucca Valley (3)
4. Academy of Academic Excellence (4)
5. Riverside Prep (NR)


Week 7 Wrap-Up (click here)

Week 6 Wrap-Up (click here)

Week 5 Wrap-Up (click here)

Week 4 Wrap-Up (click here)

Week 3 Wrap-Up (click here)

Week 2 Wrap-Up (click here)

Week 1 Wrap-Up (click here)

2018 Pre-Season San Bernardino County Cross Country Rankings

Boys
1. Yucaipa
2. Chino Hills
3. Ayala
4. Redlands East Valley
5. Serrano
6. Etiwanda
7. Fontana
8. Alta Loma
9. Sultana
10. Rancho Cucamonga
11. Big Bear
12. Granite Hills
13. Colony
14. Ontario
15. Cajon
 
The top four here are grouped about 30 seconds apart before a drop-off to #5.  Yucaipa is solid and tightly packed with all five scorers running in the 15's over the Riverside Course.  Plus they have a knack for adding quality depth each season.  Justin Briscoe and Joshua Weghorst will lead the Thunderbirds into another CBL battle and beyond.  Chino Hills will be the clear favorite in the Baseline League with Jake Bergmann, Noah Rehfeldt, and Brandon Lopez very close up front and their 4-5 just over 16 minutes.  If that small gap closes, they could make a run at Yucaipa.  Ayala also finds new weapons each year and they will have a pair up front in Andrew Martinez and Jacob Villegas that can do some damage and still have a sub-1:00 scoring gap.  Rounding out the Big 4 is Redlands East Valley, who really put themselves on the map last season.  A big hit losing Elias Opsahl, but he had a very capable supporting cast and they are all back and still young.  Matthew Casillas and Cole Cooper will lead a team that could find themselves quickly cracking the top 3.  Things get muddled a bit after those four.  Serrano, with Ian Crocker and Brandon Betts up front, looks to top that list, followed by Etiwanda, who saw a resurgence a year ago.  Word on the street is that top runner Ivan Mejia is not back in the fold, which dropped them a spot here.  That one spot fall tells you that Makeye Contreras and his Eagle teammates are still very capable.  Fontana's senior heavy lineup projects a 24 second scoring gap that could impress, but lack a front-runner.  Alta Loma has a very solid 1-2 punch in Zackary Alexander and Daniel Abdula, but will need improvement from the supporting cast to move up.  Sultana is in the same boat with superstar Vernon Trozzi, while Rancho Cucamonga had a pair of big time seniors move on and are very young this season.  
 
Small Schools
1. Big Bear
2. Yucca Valley
3. Riverside Prep
4. Pacific
5. Ontario Christian
 
In the small schools ranks, Big Bear is a lock here to retain the #1 spot all season long.  They are a #5 runner away from a significant move in the overall rankings and the Bears tend to add someone of consequence each season.  Their top four led by whoever has the best day, likely Gabe Rivera, Gianni Roberts, or Fletcher Little, is good and tightly grouped.  It should be a good battle for the #2 spot as Yucca Valley is accustomed to being top 2 but took a big hit to graduation.  They will have Andy Tamayo and David Goddard leading the way, but need some help in the 4-5 department.  Riverside Prep projects very similar with a similar problem.  The Trojans got the edge, but Tate Callicutt and Jacob Bravo are very good 1-2 runners.  Pacific looks solid at #4 with a pretty substantial gap on either side, followed by Ontario Christian.  Don't be surprised if there is someone new who surfaces early in the season at the bottom of these rankings.
 
 
Girls
1. Serrano
2. Ayala
3. Chino Hills
4. Yucaipa
5. Granite Hills
6. Alta Loma
7. Bloomington
8. Big Bear
9. Redlands
10. Etiwanda
11. Colony
12. Cajon
13. Fontana
14. Yucca Valley
15. Academy of Academic Excellence
 
Serrano enters the season as the clear favorite.  Graduation took it's toll, but there was enough in place to dominate these rankings as their #5 is at 18:40 on the Riverside Course.  Maribel Aguilar and Samantha Ulloa should lead the Diamondbacks, but expect an impact freshman to certainly alter their top 5.  Ayala has the front-runner locked down in Mikaela Ramirez and a solid 2-3 with Shaina Berk and Erin Facenda.  With their depth they are very solidly entrenched in the #2 spot.  Chino Hills also has a lock-down #1 runner in Jacqueline Duarte, but graduation thinned them out a bit.  Fortunately, they have some depth and tend to improve it each season which makes them a strong #3 squad.  Yucaipa and Granite Hills both are very talented but the nod goes to Yucaipa and the Danielle Gee-led team that always adds impact runners while Granite Hills has coaching questions despite almost everything coming back from a very strong team, led by Kayla Bergin and a really deep group of girls.  That top 5 appears to be invincible this season.  They could shift around, but don't expect anyone else to join them because there is a significant gap to the next group led by yet another team with a superstar front runner...Brooklyn Gonsalves and Alta Loma.  The Braves will need to shore up their scoring gap to fend off Bloomington, who returns all seven runners, a solid Big Bear team, and Redlands.  
 
Small Schools
1. Big Bear
2. Yucca Valley
3. Academy of Academic Excellence
4. University Prep
5. Ontario Christian
 
Big Bear will pitch a tent in the top spot because they won't be going anywhere!  They project nearly 5 minutes clear of anyone else in the pre-season with Kaia Hoak, Marin Stamer, and Hailey McGivney leading some talented youngsters in 2018.  There isn't much drama at the 2-3 spot either.  Yucca Valley and the Academy of Academic Excellence are about a minute apart, but far ahead of 4-5.  Emma Mills will lead the Trojans while AAE has everyone back with Alyssa Lovett leading the way.  Another team could surface to challenge for the 4-5 spot, but right now we are going with University Prep and Ontario Christian.
 


2018 Pre-Season All-San Bernardino County Teams

          Boys First Team                                      Girls First Team 
Justin Briscoe (Yucaipa) Jacqueline Duarte (Chino Hills)
Jeremiah Castellano (Upland) Mikaela Ramirez (Ayala)
Andrew Martinez (Ayala) Amber Rios (Colony)
Vernon Trozzi (Sultana) Danielle Gee (Yucaipa)
Jacob Villegas (Ayala) Brooklyn Gonsalves (Alta Loma)
Jake Bergmann (Chino Hills) Maribel Aguilar (Serrano)
Joshua Weghorst (Yucaipa) Samantha Ulloa (Serrano)
Andrew Castellon (Colony)
 
           Boys Second Team   Girls Second Team
Noah Rehfeldt (Chino Hills) Gabriela Rangel (San Bernardino)
Zackary Alexander (Alta Loma) Kendra Swatzell (Serrano)
Brandon Lopez (Chino Hills) Marisol Aguilar (Serrano)
Daniel Abdala (Alta Loma) Kayla Bergin (Granite Hills)
Blake Rodriguez (Yucaipa) Madison Enriquez (Barstow)
Matthew Casillas (Redlands East Valley) Elizabeth Martin (Serrano)
Shaina Berk (Ayala)