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PREPS: SW County honor roll for Nov. 8

03/04/2013, 2:49pm PST
By By LANDON NEGRI lnegri@californian.com

Eddie Carrillo

Great Oak | Boys cross country

Carrillo seems to be getting better at just the right time, as he ran as the Wolfpack's No. 3 runner on Saturday at the CIF SS finals meet. Carrilo placed 34th in 15 minutes, 39 seconds at Mt. SAC and led the Wolfpack to a third-place finish, which qualified them for this week's state meet.

Cheyenne Cogar

Chaparral | Girls tennis

A week after winning the Southwestern League individual tiitle, Cogar won two matches in the CIF SS individual sectional tournament Friday before falling in the third round. Among her victories was a 6-4, 6-2 win over Sunbelt League individual champion Louise Dequilla of Temescal Canyon.

Jackie Crowther

Linfield Christian | Girls cross country

Crowther's second-place finish in the Division V race at Saturday's CIF SS finals meet helped lead the Lions to a state-meet berth. Crowther ran Mt. SAC's course in 18:29, and the Lions qualified as the seventh-place team with 205 points.

Devin Deckert

Temescal Canyon | Boys water polo

Deckert had three goals and two assists, but the Titans fell to Beaumont in the CIF Southern Section Division VI championship game, 16-10, on Saturday in Irvine. Deckert also scored three goals in the Titans' 10-3 semifinal victory over Tustin.

Louise Dequilla

Temescal Canyon | Girls tennis

Dequilla helped Temescal Canyon reach the semifinals in the CIF Southern Section Division V team tournament this year, and she got a big victory over Carpinteria's Kelsie Bryant — previously undefeated — in that win.

Justin Harris

Chaparral | Football

The junior running back ran for 183 yards on 17 carries before coming out of a 38-14 victory over Rancho Cucamonga Los Osos after getting knocked woozy on a fourth-quarter hit. Harris, though, had already done the damage as part of a 387-yard rushing night. Chaparral travels to top-seeded Corona Centennial in the Inland Division quarterfinals this week.

Anthony Johnston

Paloma Valley | Football

The senior had a performance to remember in his final game with a Wildcats uniform on. The wide receiver caught 13 passes for 196 yards as Paloma Valley gave top-seeded Fontana Summit all it could handle before falling 26-18 in an Eastern Division first-round playoff game.

Erika Reddish

Vista Murrieta | Girls cross country

The senior ran away with the Division I girls race at Saturday's CIF Southern Section finals meet at Mt. SAC. Reddish won the race by 13 seconds and set a new course record for female competitors from Riverside County. Reddish's team will join her at this weekend's CIF State Championships at Woodward Park in Fresno after it finished fourth as a team.

Daniel Rodriguez

Elsinore | Football

The senior ran for 200 yards on 27 carries and six touchdowns as the Tigers beat West Valley 60-39 for a first-round victory in the CIF Southern Section Eastern Division playoffs on Friday night. Elsinore hosts Phelan Serrano in a quarterfinal Friday.

Tristan Self

Hemet | Girls volleyball

Self had a huge match Saturday as she tallied eight blocks, 22 digs and 43 assists in the Bulldogs' four-game victory over Anaheim Connelly to win the CIF Southern Section Division IV-A championship. Hemet travels to Carmel Valley Cathedral Catholic for a first-round state tournament match Tuesday.

Terra Varney

Vista Murrieta | Girls volleyball

Varney played a huge role in the Broncos' comeback Tuesday night that fell just short in a 25-13, 25-15, 23-25, 28-26 loss to top-seeded Marymount in a CIF SS Division I-A semifinal.

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