The Inland Valley Sports Hall of Fame will recognize and honor the top senior student-‐athletes in San Bernardino County, for their athletic and academic accomplishment, with the Inland Valley Sports Hall of Fame Honors. The event will be emceed by Fox Sports 1350 AM On-‐air Personalities, Brian “Coach B” Arrington and Eddie “Eternal” Talbert, Jr.
The student-‐athletes selected for this prestigious honor we nominated by their coaches, athletic directors and principals. The final selections were based on their participation in Prep athletics, their involvement in their community, and most important their outstanding academic achievements.
We are proud to present the 2017-‐2018 Inland Valley Sports Hall of Fame HONORS inaugural class:
Football – Chase Dowty, Big Bear High School
Football – Brett Cabral, Los Osos High School
Football – Jonathon Arvizu, Etiwanda High School
Soccer/Football – Ben Constuble, Rancho Cucamonga High School
Basketball – Jerromy Harris, United Christian High School
Basketball – Xavier Jones, San Gorgonio High School
Track / Cross County – Briana Cabrera, Don Lugo High School
Basketball – Kaycee Martin, Chaffey High School
Basketball – Jazzlyn Johnson, Ontario High School
Soccer – Natalia Helms, Grand Terrace High School
Soccer – Bianca Clemente, Rancho Cucamonga High School
Cheer – Destiny Freeman, Etiwanda High School
The formal banquet will take place on Friday, March 23 at the Heritage Neighborhood Center, 7350 W Liberty Pkwy, Fontana, CA 92336, beginning at 7:30pm. With the gracious support of our sponsors, the student-‐athlete and their guest will be served a delicious meal by StoneFire Grill, and the young men honored, will be dressed in tuxedos, courtesy of Men’s Warehouse. “With the success of the Inland Valley Hall of Fame Classic and National Signing Day, we want to continue to uplift these great student-‐athletes,” said Co-‐Director, Brian Arrington of the Inland Valley Classic and Fox Sports 1350 On-‐air Personality. “I’m so excited about the Inland Valley Sports Hall of Fame HONORS as a means to honor these kids, for their dedication, not only in competition, but in the classroom, and their community.” “We are very proud of the effort that these student-‐athletes put forth in the classroom. These student-‐athletes are true ambassadors of Inland Empire prep athletics. The Inland Valley Classic, the parents, coaches, and family members, are very proud of these fine young student-‐athletes, and we know they will do great things in the coming years as well,” said Co-‐Director, Eddie Talbert, Jr of the Inland Valley Classic and Fox Sports 1350 On-‐air Personality. ###