Results from Tuesday’s league finals at Citrus Park in Riverside
Team standings: Woodcrest Christian 28, Ontario Christian 69, Linfield Christian 77, Arrowhead Christian 108, Aquinas 109, Loma Linda Academy 169, Western Christian 174.
Ontario Christian results: Jarod Beldon (second, 16:57.5); John-Mark Mendoza (fourth, 17:02.5); Aidan Vorster (sixth, 17:15.8); Mitchell Windsor (28th, 19:31.2); Aaron Vander Tuig (29th, 19:37.5); Mike Lu (30th, 19:49.5); Todd Hoy (43rd, 25:00.6).
Team standings: Linfield Christian 20, Woodcrest Christian 59, Ontario Christian 87, Aquinas 97, Arrowhead Christian 104, Loma Linda Academy 157, Western Christian 176
Ontario Christian results: Elsa Chen (12th, 22:50.9); Madison Bachar (14th, 23:02.8); Analisa Burman (17th, 23:19.3); Taryn Galindo (21st, 23:43.6); Ashlyn Noreen (23rd, 23:55.4); Sydney Peters (24th, 23:57.9); Emma Kristenpfad (34th, 26:30.0).
Chino Hills 24, Etiwanda 17 (OT)
Huskies running back Walter Carl III scored his third touchdown of the night in the overtime session to lead Chino Hills to a seven-point win Oct. 26 against the Eagles. Carl III ran for 170 yards on 33 carries, finishing the regular season with 1,648 yards and 22 touchdowns.
The Huskies led 14-10 at halftime and at the end of the third quarter. Chino Hills finished its regular season with a 6-4 overall and 3-2 records, a year after going 3-7 overall and 0-5 in league.
Junior varsity score: Chino Hills 27, Etiwanda 18.
Frosh score: Etiwanda 42, Chino Hills 6.
Ayala 38, Claremont 7
Ayala scored 28 of its 38 points during the second quarter in its Oct. 25 victory over the Wolfpack to close out the regular season with a 7-3 overall record, 2-3 in league.
Xavier Crockett ran the ball 22 times for 170 yards and three touchdowns and Michael Stine III had two carries for six yards and a touchdown for Ayala.
Bulldogs’ quarterback Cole McCain finished 8 of 11 for 117 yards, an interception and a 38-yard touchdown pass to Grayson Sowers, who led the team with 43 receiving yards.
Ayala’s defense held Claremont quarterback Cole Weaver to 97 passing yards and grabbed two interception. Bobby Williams finished with six carries for 56 yards and a touchdown for Claremont, which finished its season at 3-7 overall, 0-5 in league.
Junior varsity score: Ayala 54, Claremont 0.
Frosh score: Ayala 26, Claremont 0.
Mt. Baldy League
Chino 61, Ontario 48
Chino’s Derrin Henry rushed for 141 yards on 18 carries and scored four touchdowns Oct. 26 in the Cowboys’ shoot out victory over the Jaguars.
Cowboys’ quarterback Trey Harris went 11 for 23 for 297 yards and tossed two of his three touchdown passes to Jeremy Carter, who finished with 100 receiving yards.
Robert Gordon (7 catches, 141 yards) also caught a touchdown pass for Chino, which finished as the fourth-place team in the Mt. Baldy League with a 3-7 overall record and a 2-3 league mark.
Don Lugo 37, Chaffey 13
In a battle of undefeated Mt. Baldy League teams, Don Lugo won its second league title in three seasons with a 24-point victory over the Tigers on Oct. 25.
Chris Perez ran for two touchdowns, Gary Garcia added a three-yard touchdown run and quarterback Marcos Melendez connected on touchdown passes to Daryn Ongsing and Joseph Galindo for Don Lugo (6-4 overall, 5-0 in league).
Frosh score: Don Lugo 27, Chaffey 12
Ontario Christian 42, Arrowhead Christian 20
Ontario Christian led 28-7 at the half in its Oct. 26 victory over Arrowhead Christian.
Ethan Venerable led the Knights with 23 carries for 159 yards and two touchdowns.
Maximus Hernandez and Daniel Serna each ran in a score and Serna tossed a touchdown pass to Nathaniel Lozano in the Knights’ victory.
Boys water polo
Santiago 12, Chino Hills 11
Chino Hills entered the CIF-Southern Section as an at-large team from the Baseline League and nearly pulled off an upset of Corona Santiago (28-3) in a first-round game Tuesday at the Santiago pool. The Huskies finish the season at 14-13.
Pacifica 9, Don Lugo 8
Don Lugo, the second-place team from the Mt. Baldy League, fell a goal short in its first-round game Tuesday at Pacifica High School in Garden Grove. The Conquistadores’ season ends with a record of 12-13.
King 17, Chino 0
The Cowboys were shut out by Martin Luther King High School of Riverside Tuesday afternoon in a CIF-Southern Section first-round game to finish their season at 6-13.
Webb 9, Chino 9 (Webb wins on total games, 75-69)
Chino lost the tiebreaker Tuesday in its CIF-Southern Section Division 4 wild-card game at Webb Schools in Claremont.
The Cowgirls finished as the third-place team from the Mt. Baldy League this season.
Chino singles winners: Kathy Castillo (6-3, 6-1); Angie Murillo (6-3).
Doubles winners: Dani Ulloa and Natalie Tapia (7-5, 6-3, 6-0); Valerie Lara and Brianna Calcanas (6-1, 6-3); Vanessa Martinez and Ximena Padilla (6-1).
Rubidoux 12, Ontario Christian 6
Rubidoux advanced to the first-round of the Division 5 playoffs with Tuesday’s wild-card game win over Ontario Christian, the third-place team from the Ambassador League.