Re: Teams to watch in the Inland Empire


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Posted by Coach on July 16, 2018 at 00:14:53:

In Reply to: Re: Teams to watch in the Inland Empire posted by After watching summer games in the Inland Empire: on July 14, 2018 at 14:51:37:

: : : : Here is my list
: : : : 1. Etiwanda
: : : : 2.

: : : Didnt Cen10 and MLK beat Etiwanda this summer season already?

: : Grades from watching summer play:
: : - Lakeside: A-
: : - Great Oak: D
: : - Murrieta Valley: F
: : - Murrieta Mesa: B-
: : - Paloma - F
: : - Lake Elsinore - D-
: :

: Centennial is aight. Same formula, which should put them at around 2nd or 3rd in league.
: Etiwanda lost a lot. Coach is a piece of work. Will get exposed this season and kind of already has. Still, with no competition, will get another league title.
: King is good. Twins are the real deal and Smith is key. Rumors of Martinez leaving can change all this, but I doubt it. Martinez staying gives King another league title.
: JWNorth is good. Decoud has all returners and will win a league title if healthy. Calhoun is key.
: Vista Murrieta has problems. Things aren't looking good for Coach. I'll leave it at that.
: Santiago will be tough, especially if Daddy Jones did his part and got a few transfers to commit to go. With Jones, they finish 2nd or 3rd in league.
: Feel free to add.

Centennial lost to Etiwanda twice in the Glendora summer league. King beat Etiwanda at Santiago but i donít know who was missing. North is good but they wonít ever win it all .. ever..
I donít know if anyone from the IE is wining cif ubkess lakeside and their transfers land in the right division



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