Freshmen Football Begins Monday, 6/27/11 @ 1PM

For the incoming Terrier freshmen that are interested in playing football at Redlands High School, we will have our first practice tomorrow at 1PM. We will meet in the North Campus Weight Room. The weight room is located behind the western end zone. The athletes are encouraged to wear shorts, t-shirt, athletic shoes that they can lift weights in, sunscreen, and to bring a jug of water. Again, this is a practice and not a try-out. All interested freshmen are encouraged to attend. The practices will be held Monday thru Thursday at 1pm. Get the word out and lets make this an exciting and successful season of Terrier Freshmen Football!!!

The cost of the camp running from June 27th to August 4th is $125. Spirit packs will also be available for purchase for $75.

The first offer is in for Gavigan

The first offer for Kevin Gavigan came in today. Bryant University, located in Smithfield, Rhode Island, is a Division 1AA school. They have officially offered Kevin on a football scholarship. Bryant is currently the home of RHS alumni Justin Corrales, who started on the offensive line last year as a true freshman. Congratulations to Kevin as his hard work, loyalty, and determination are paying off. Congratulations to his parents as well.

Sun Devils closely watching Gavigan- ASUDevils.com

Chris Karpman
ASUDevils.com

Redlands (Calif.) offensive guard Kevin Gavigan visited Arizona State for its Junior Day last Saturday and has the Sun Devils among his favorites after seeing what the school has to offer.

Kevin Gavigan has Arizona State in his Top-3 following a visit to the school

“It was a great experience, the coaching staff was amazing, they were sincere, nice, great guys who had a genuine interest in every one of their recruits,” Gavigan said. “The tour was both informative and inspiring, making me move ASU from my Top-10 list to my Top-3. The top 3 schools that I have right now would be, in no particular order, Arizona State, Purdue, and NAU.”

Gavigan, 6-foot-3, 265 pounds, said his favorite part of the trip was getting individual time with line coach Gregg Smith

“He pulled me aside and spoke to me and my dad, telling us of his genuine interest in me as a young man and as a football player,” Gavigan said. “The best thing specifically that he told me, was that he wants young men on the offensive line who are not (necessarily) the biggest, not the top recruits sometimes, but hardworking young men.

“It really appealed to me that the level of success at ASU is based on the amount of time and effort you put in, and all the tools for your success are there for you.”

Gavigan said he’s planning to see San Jose State and San Diego State this off-season, and possibly UC Davis and NAU. He’s also being recruited by Arkansas State, Colorado, Idaho, Marshall, Old Dominion, Pitt and Utah State.

“ASU is really the first [regional] Division I school to come at me this quickly, but i have been to USC and San Diego State and have kind of looked around at their facilities and what not,” Gavigan said. “I think ASU’s facilities rival both schools, and the coaching staff is just as good as both schools if not better. The amount of genuine care they have in their players just rivals anybody. It’s like a huge family. One of the offensive linemen I interacted with at the camp said they are more down to earth than other coaches.”

A two-sport standout at Redlands, Gavigan also serves as designated hitter on the baseball team.

http://footballrecruiting.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1209846

Incoming Frosh Football Info

Terrier Football
Redlands Terriers Freshman Summer Football                                    June 27th- Aug 4th                                    $125
Six Weeks: Mondays -  Tuesdays - Wednesdays - Thursdays
From 1—4pm in the North Campus Weight Room
Make Checks Payable to:  Parents for Terrier Football
Mandatory Freshmen Parents Meeting: Grace Mullen Auditorium, Wednesday Aug 29th—6:30pm
Summer Registration in North Campus  Weight Room at 1:00pm on June 27th (No Pre-registration)
Spirit Packs will be able to be purchased @ registration for $75.
You can Combine both fees into one check.
No pre-registration for this class
After May 1st: Coy Glass:  307-5500

Iron Dawgs!!!

The Terriers have been hitting the Iron Dawg Gym since the season ended with hurricane force. The last two days the

Bubba Siliga is the new RHS record holder in the snatch

boys have been able to see the fruits of their labor with max lifts. Below are the top 10 for each of the four lifts the Terriers max in: bench, squat, power clean, and snatch.

Top 10 BENCH PRESS

  1. Bubba Siliga                     354
  2. Jordan Roy                      291
  3. Aaron Kelley                   276
  4. Kevin Gavigan                267
  5. Andre Yanez                   267
  6. Joseph Belcher              253
  7. Perode Charles              251
  8. Jared Layel                     245
  9. Sebastian Petersen      245
  10. Brandyn Spurlock        245

Top 10 SQUAT

  1. Bubba Siliga                   512
  2. Sebastian Petersen     392
  3. Mikey Stallone             391
  4. Perode Charles            382
  5. Travale Diggs               379
  6. Michael Brown            372
  7. Joseph Belcher           372
  8. Jared Layel                  366
  9. Brandyn Spurlock     355
  10. Kevin Gavigan            354
  11. Aaron Kelley               354
  12. Ryan Mortensen        354

Top 10 CLEAN

  1. Bubba Siliga                 300
  2. Kevin Gavigan            265
  3. Aaron Kelley               265
  4. Andre Yanez               265
  5. Jordan Roy                  260
  6. Joseph Belcher           255
  7. Brandyn Spurlock     255
  8. Mikey Stallone            255
  9. Jared Layel                  250
  10. Sebastian Petersen   250

Top 10 SNATCH

  1. Bubba Siliga                 235 (New RHS record)
  2. Perode Charles           200
  3. Kevin Gavigan            185
  4. Aaron Kelley               185
  5. Sebastian Petersen   185
  6. Travale Diggs              170
  7. Jared Layel                  170
  8. Kevin Pille                    165
  9. Frank Montano          160
  10. Brandyn Spurlock     160
  11. Andre Yanez               160

Go the to the Redlands Terrier Football Facebook page to see the video of Bubba Siliga breaking the RHS school record in the snatch or click this link:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Redlands-Terrier-Football/164142859144

Redlands’ 2011 opening foe determined -(Press Enterprise HSGametime)

By
PE Sports
on February 3, 2011 11:16 AM

Redlands High will play Wekiva High of Apopka, Fla. in the 2011 opener in Orlando, Fla., Terriers coach Jim Walker said today.

Walker said the Mustangs plays in 6A, the highest division in Florida football. It went 5-7 last season.

“We were offered games against 2A, 3A, 4A and 5A teams, but we thought this would be the best match-up for us,” Walker said.

–John Murphy
jomurphy@pe.com

Siliga inks with Portland State; Smith signs with SDSU

By TJ Berka on February 2, 2011 2:32 PM | No Comments | ShareThis

Redlands High School got an 11th-hour commitment last night when all-CIF defensive tackle John Siliga committed to Portland State. Siliga signed his letter of intent alongside Redlands teammate Jordan Smith, who signed with San Diego State, at midfield of Dodge Stadium.

“I decided last night,” Siliga said. “They offered me at the beginning and have stuck by me this entire time. I wasn’t sure if I wanted to go that far from home but Portland State is a great place for me.”

Smith was styling for his signing, sporting a black SDSU hat with shades, a red Aztec t-shirt and black pants. After a whirlwind couple of weeks that saw Smith almost reopen his recruitment after former San Diego State coach Brady Hoke left for the Michigan coaching job, Smith was happy to finally ink with the school he’s been committed to since June.

“It’s such an honor to be able to play college football,” Smith said. “To have your school paid for for four years is unbelievable. I can’t wait to get down to San Diego State. I was a little nervous with the coach Hoke situation, but (new SDSU coach Rocky) Long talked to me on the phone, went over my options with me and now I’m excited.”

http://www.insidesocal.com/sb/berka/2011/02/siliga_inks_with_portland_stat.html

Terriers heading to Orlando, Florida, to open 2011 season

The Terriers will open the 2011 season playing at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida. The opponent has yet to be determined. The team will depart on September 1st and return on September 5th. While there they will play a varsity game on September 2, a junior varsity game on September 3, and enjoy 4 days at the various parks in Disney World, as well as an exclusive night at Universal Studios in Orlando. This is the second time in 5 years that the Terriers have opened their season in Orlando, beating Pine Castle Christian Academy 35-7 in 2006.

More awards for John Siliga and Jordan Smith

John Siliga

Jordan Smith

John Siliga and Jordan Smith were both named to the All Press Enterprise Team as 1st teamers. Here is the link to the HSI Press Enterprise article:

http://hsgametime.pe.com/content/misc/allteam/

John Siliga was also named to the 2nd Team Defense for the Sectionsports.com Southern Section team.

http://sectionsports.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1166538

Congratulations to both. They have both received numerous scholarship offers and will be taking their talents to the next level.

You can view their highlight film here:

http://www.hudl.com/athlete/14411/jordan-smith

http://www.hudl.com/athlete/14455/john-siliga

All CBL Team and End of season notes

The head coaches of the Citrus Belt League met last night at the Redlands High School football office to vote on the All-Citrus Belt League football team. Here is the outcome of the voting:

OFFENSE

Quarterback: Eric Shufford, Miller; Mike Stallone, Redlands.

RUNNING BACK

Jesse Riley, REV; Darryl Miller, Redlands; Devante Lewis, Miller; and Dylan Malone, Yucaipa.

WIDE RECEIVER

Juwon Bell, Miller; Kadyn Glass, Redlands; Auston Forsythe, REV; Albert Jackson, Eisenhower.

TIGHT END

Blake Braun, REV

LINE

Andres Ronquillo, Miller; Jordan Smith and Jared Layel, Redlands; Tyler Kriest, Yucaipa; Dominique Robertson and Edmund Faimalo, REV.

DEFENSE

LINE

Devon Lewis, REV; Justin Sedivy, REV; Jordon Morris, Yucaipa; John Siliga, Redlands.

INSIDE LINEBACKER

Jamal Wilson, Miller; Paul Gonzales, Redlands; Josh Peterson, REV; Steven Hinshaw, Yucaipa.

OUTSIDE LINEBACKER

Trevor Douglass, REV; Zach Relya; John Baker, Redlands.

BACKS
Josh Armstrong, REV; Kendall Chambliss, Miller; Taylor Fernandez, REV; Eric Llamas, Redlands; Antwione Holmes, Fontana.

UTILITY

Dallas Alexander, Yucaipa

PUNTER/KICKER

Angel Rameriz, Fontana.

-Redlands also had 5 players named to the 2nd Team All-CBL. Those players are DaShawn Iverson (Sr. WR), Siala Siliga (Jr. OL), Matt Guizar (So. DL), Anthony Aguila (So. LB), and Aaron Kelley (Jr. DB).

-Jordan Smith, John Siliga, and Kadyn Glass were all voted as a unanimous decision, meaning all 6 coaches in the league voted them first team. That allows them to be placed on the ballot for the All-CIF Inland Division team. Also, these three players were invited to play in the San Bernardino vs. Riverside County All Star Game to be played on January 8th.

-John Siliga is now up to three official offers from Portland State University, Sacramento State University, and Gardner Webb University located in North Carolina. All offers right now are from FCS schools and are full ride offers. Congratulations to John.

-Jordan Smith, who as of right now is a verbal commitment to San Diego State University, will be taking his official visit there this weekend. He will be able to hang out with former and future teammate, Jordan Thomas, a Terrier alumn, who just finished his freshman season at SDSU.

Congratulations to all of the players on a great season.