Inland Area Prep Soccer Top 10

WEEK TWELVE
For Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015

1. Corona (12-6-6) — Some people call it #CoronaMagic but whatever it is it’s an almost uncanny ability to win games that matter with key goal in critical moments.
THIS SEASON: 12-6-6 overall, 9-0-1 Big VIII.
LAST SEASON: 21-8-2 overall, 7-2-1 Big VIII League. 2012-’13: 13-4-3, 6-1-3.
LAST RANKED: Not Ranked. (162nd)
LAST RESULT: def. Riverside King, 2-1, in a Big VIII League game on Thursday, Feb. 12.
NEXT FIXTURE: vs. La Canada St. Francis in a CIF-Southern Section Division I 1st Round playoff game FRIDAY.

2. Fontana (21-1-2) — No surprise that Steelers came out swinging (4-0 record, 15 goals) after losing to Bloomington. They manhandled the Bruins in the rematch last week.
THIS SEASON: 21-1-2 overall, 8-1-1 Sunkist League.
LAST SEASON: 15-8-4 overall, 6-3-1 Sunkist. 2012-’13: 13-5-6, 7-0-3.
LAST RANKED: No. 1 (16th).
LAST RESULT: tied, 2-2, vs. Colton in a Sunkist League game on Thursday, Feb. 12.
NEXT FIXTURE: vs. Riverside Poly in a CIF-SS Division 2 1st Round playoff game FRIDAY.

3. Redlands East Valley (18-2-2) — The return of senior forward Trenton Hooper stabilized the Wildcats in the midst of their current 13-game unbeaten streak.
THIS SEASON: 18-2-2 overall, 12-1-1 Citrus Belt League.
LAST SEASON: 20-4-1 overall, 10-0-0 Citrus Belt. 2012-’13: 22-2-3, 10-0-0.
LAST RANKED: No. 3 (54th).
LAST RESULT: def. Rialto Carter, 2-1, in a CBL game on Thursday, Feb. 12.
NEXT FIXTURE: vs. TBD in a CIF-SS Division 3 1st Round playoff game FRIDAY.

4. Claremont (16-1-4) — Wolfpack winning comfortably and while scoring at a consistent pace with 29 goals in 11 games since the winter break.
THIS SEASON: 16-1-4 overall, 9-0-1 Palomares League.
LAST SEASON: 14-3-7 overall, 6-0-4 Sierra League. 2012-’13: 14-8-1, 7-3-0.
LAST RANKED: No. 4 (15th).
LAST RESULT: def. La Verne Bonita, 2-1, in a Palomares League game on Friday, Feb. 12.
NEXT FIXTURE: vs. TBD in a CIF-SS Division 3 1st Round playoff game FRIDAY.

5. Riverside North (16-3-1) — Huskies have already surpassed their win total for last season, when they won their first Inland Valley League title.
THIS SEASON: 16-3-1 overall, 9-0-1 Inland Valley League.
LAST SEASON: 13-4-2 overall, 11-0-1 Inland Valley. 2012-’13: 7-10-3, 2-9-1.
LAST RANKED: No. 8 (15th).
LAST RESULT: tied Riverside Poly, 0-0, in an IVL game on Wednesday, Feb. 11.
NEXT FIXTURE: vs. Anaheim Magnolia in a CIF-SS Division 2 1st Round playoff game FRIDAY.

6. Ontario Chaffey (18-1-5) — The Tigers won what mustlve been an epic vs. Ontario last week, and continue their season continues with a home playoff game.
THIS SEASON: 18-1-5 overall, 7-1-2 Mt. Baldy League.
LAST SEASON: 13-9-3 overall, 5-5-2 Mt. Baldy. 2012-’13: 5-12-6, 3-7-2.
LAST RANKED: No. 7 (8th).
LAST RESULT: def. Ontario, 4-3, in a Mt. Baldy League game on Wednesday, Feb. 11.
NEXT FIXTURE: vs. TBD in a CIF-SS Division 3 1st Round playoff game FRIDAY.

7. Rancho Cucamonga Alta Loma (21-3-3) — Braves back on track with three-game winning streak to end regular season as Mt. Baldy League No. 2.
THIS SEASON: 21-3-3 overall, 6-2-2 Mt. Baldy League.
LAST SEASON: 14-5-6 overall, 8-0-3 Mt. Baldy. 2012-’13: 16-7-3, 6-3-1.
LAST RANKED: No. 2 (19th).
LAST RESULT: def. Chino Don Lugo, 2-1, in a Mt. Baldy League game on Wednesday, Feb. 11.
NEXT FIXTURE: vs. Irvine Northwood in a CIF-SS Division 3 1st Round playodd game FRIDAY.

8. Vista Murrieta (17-4-4) — Broncos claimed first ever Southwestern League title after a lengthy unbeaten run put them atop the standings.
THIS SEASON: 17-4-4 overall, 8-0-2 Southwestern League.
LAST SEASON: 8-11-6 overall, 4-5-1 Southwestern. 2012-’13: 8-12-2, 4-4-2.
LAST RANKED: Not Ranked (78th).
LAST RESULT: def. Temecula Valley, 1-0, in an SWL game Friday, Feb. 13.
NEXT FIXTURE: vs. Apple Valley in an CIF-SS Division 4 1st Round playoff game FRIDAY.

9. Lake Elsinore Lakeside (20-5-3) — Lancers went 2-0 vs. rival Lake Elsinore Temescal Canyon for the eight time in nine seasons.
THIS SEASON: 20-5-3 overall, 8-0-2 Sunbelt League.
LAST SEASON: 22-5-4 overall, 8-2-0. Sunbelt. 2012-’13: 18-8-1, 9-1-0.
LAST RANKED: No. 7 (94th).
LAST RESULT: def. Menifee Heritage, 3-0, in a Sunbelt League game on Tuesday, Feb. 10.
NEXT FIXTURE: vs. Bellflower in a CIF-SS Division 4 1st Round playoff game FRIDAY.

10. Hemet Tahquitz (18-3-1) — Titans rose to win first Mt. Pass League title, the first league title for the program.
THIS SEASON: 18-3-1 overall, 9-1-0 Mt. Pass League.
LAST SEASON: 15-5-6 overall, 5-4-1 Big VIII. 2012-’13: 19-7-2, 6-2-3.
LAST RANKED: Not Ranked (33rd).
LAST RESULT: def. Perris Citrus Hill, 3-0, in a Mt. Pass League game on Friday, Feb. 13.
NEXT FIXTURE: vs. Los Angeles Summit View West in a CIF-SS Division V playoff game FRIDAY.

ALSO CONSIDERED: La Quinta (19-5-1), MoVal Rancho Verde (17-6-2), Riverside La Sierra (16-6-1), MoVal Valley View (16-8-1), Hesperia Oak Hills (15-1-8), Temecula Great Oak (15-2-7), San Jacinto (15-5-1), Riverside King (15-9-2), San Bernardino Indian Springs (14-3-5), Lake Elsinore Temescal Canyon (14-5-4), Temecula Chaparral (13-7-2), San Bernardino Arroyo Valley (13-6-4), Moreno Valley (12-3-3), Fontana Summit (12-5-3), Riverside Poly (12-6-7), Riverside North Vista (12-8-4), Bloomington (11-8-3), San Bernardino San Gorgonio (10-6-9), Ontario (10-4-6), Chino Hills (9-6-7), Riverside Arlington (7-9-5).

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