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Inland college roundup: Saturday, November 11

By in Press Enterprise on November 12, 2017

By Sports Staff

University of Redlands 21, Cal Lutheran 17:
Despite trailing by eight at halftime, the Bulldogs defeated the Kingsmen in the annual Smudge-Pot at Thousand Oaks on Saturday afternoon.
Josiah Alvira rushed for 21 yards on Redlands’ final drive, which included four yards on third-and-one in a pivotal play. He finished with 147 of the Bulldogs’ 280 yards rushing.
Redlands ends the season at 7-12 overall and 5-1 in the SCIAC.
Mt. San Jacinto 36, San Bernardino Valley 30:
Sheriron Jones threw a 14-yard pass to Kefa Cort with 29 seconds to go to give the Eagles the victory over the San Bernardino Valley Wolverines.
Jones went 23 for 50 for 258 passing yards, meanwhile the Wolverines (5-5) were led by Armando Herrera who went 15 for 24 for 264 yards.

Bulldogs defeat Caltech:
Redlands opened its season with a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference meet against Caltech where the women dominated Caltech 211-68, while the men won 192-103.
The women won 13 events and the men registered 11 first-place victories.
Emily Waddell highlighted the women’s victory in the 200 freestyle with a time of 2:00.82. She took first place in the women’s 100 free (56.11).
Meanwhile for the men, Brian Wright led Redlands in the 200 individual medley with a gold-medal time of 1:59.45. He also won the 200 free (1:45.27) and the 200 breaststroke (2:10.25).
The men had 21 additional podium showings and the women added another 19.

University of Redlands 15, Occidental 7:
The Bulldogs celebrated Senior Day with a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference victory over the visiting Occidental College Tigers.
Down 2-1, Redlands retook the lead in dominating fashion with eight unanswered goals by the 3:06 mark of the second quarter.
The Bulldogs stayed in front through the end of the game despite Occidental’s four consecutive goals.
Max Taylor, the lone senior for Redlands, scored three goals, including […]    

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