RIVERSIDE >> It’s approximately 5,870 miles from Nuremburg, Germany to Riverside, and the Mendel brothers are bridging the gap with a fussball at their feet and a growing sense of what it means to be a talented soccer player in the United States. Riverside Poly seniors DeShawn and Laketric Mendel, born in Nuremburg and the twin sons of a former Poly High and North High student-athlete, have given the Poly boys soccer team an immediate boost as one-year international transfers.
SAN BERNARDINO — Rancho Cucamonga High boys soccer coach Adan Jaime didn’t realize the Cougars had just played a defending CIF-Southern Section champion. The news seemed to take a little bit of the sting out of the loss. Rancho Cucamonga held a 1-0 lead until conceding in the final minutes and losing, 12-11, to Citrus Hill in a shootout on Wednesday in pool play at the San G Shootout at San Bernardino Soccer Complex.
Freshman Alexys Ocampo scored twice and sophomore Marin Whieldon had a goal and an assist as Upland ran off with a 5- 0 nonleague victory over Norco. “Just trying to play some good soccer out there, keep the pedal to the metal and thankfully the wind didn’t affect us too much,” Upland coach Bo Whieldon said. It’s the largest margin of victory of the season for the Highlanders (4-1-1 overall), the defending Baseline League champions and one of the top ranked team in CIF-Southern Section Division 1.
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Selecting a term
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