FOUR & MORE: Best Inland Area BSOC Coaches

FOUR&MORE

BOYS PREP SOCCER 2016
BEST INLAND AREA COACHES

1. Ted Small, Redlands East Valley — Climbed the mountain last season as the CIF-Southern Section Division 2 champion. The culmination of seven years of program building, now task is to do it again.

2. Fred Bruce-Oliver, Claremont — More than 20 years as Wolfpack head coach and going strong; Led team to second consecutive league title and another CIF-SS playoff run last season.

3. Peter Zamora, Thermal Desert Mirage — Did the unimaginable, the unthinkable and guided Rams to a perfect record (26-0-0) and a CIF-SS Division 6 title in his 2nd year.

4. Jason Schmelzeisen, Ontario Chaffey — Took over a program mired in mediocrity in 2011-’12 and had Tigers on the brink of something great in his 5th year.

AND MORE:
Colin Gilliland, Lake Elsinore Lakeside — Owner of a CIF-SS title at a program he built, still runs.
Todd Mapes, Riverside King — Playing experience and club-side profile promote Wolves’ stability.
Adrian Villalobos, San Bernardino San Gorgonio — Made winning league Spartans’ standard.
Kevin Watson, Riverside Arlington — Doing big things at the smallest RUSD school.

ALSO:
Miguel Alatorre, San Bernardino Arroyo Valley
Matt Beliveau, Riverside Norte Vista
Erik Espino, Fontana Kaiser
Alex Figueroa, Riverside Poly
Carlos Garcia, San Bernardino Cajon
Hugo Gorosave, Hemet Tahquitz
John Hanson, Vista Murrieta
Ryan McConnell, Rancho Cucamonga Alta Loma
John Mendolia, Banning
Josh Nash, Perris Citrus Hill
Claudio Rivas, Yucaipa
Gerard Solorzano, Rancho Cucamonga Los Osos
Mike Sutherland, Corona

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