Fall Season- CIF Results



Encountering an onslaught of injuries early on in their season, the Brahma football team concluded with an overall league score of 2-1 and a cumulative record of 5-7.  Despite making it to the first round of playoffs, the team’s season ultimately came to an end after a loss against Victor Valley. Standout players included senior running back Michael Gorbea, junior wide receiver Maddox Bernardino, junior quarterback Ryan Lewis and sophomore wide receiver Kai Jenkins.



The team qualified to CIF as an at-large team, finishing with a 10-10 record but still beating several teams, including Don Lugo and California at the Whittier Tournament. In the first round of CIF, the Lady Brahmas started the match off slow with several offensive misplays. The team eventually found their groove later in the game, but it was too late, resulting in a loss with straight sets. The team hopes to improve their consistency for next year.



Although the team didn’t qualify for the CIF as a whole, senior Carissa Jeon, junior Simon Worku and sophomore L’Mio Edwards qualified individually and participated in the CIF Cross Country Prelims at Mt. SAC. In the scorching heat, the three runners finished their season with the times 20:56, 16:56, and 20:32, respectively.



Following a promising season, the girls golf team has extended their excellent 8-2 record to CIF success. After their competition at Los Serranos Golf Course, they advanced to the second round at the River Ridge Golf Course in Oxnard. Seniors Ella Chiu, Irene Park and Bella Yang also qualified for the CIF Individual tournament. While Chiu and Yang just missed being within the top 36 players at the tournament, Park ended in 25th place by shooting a 73 at the Northern Individual Regionals and 79 at Sectionals, which was not enough to move on to the State Championships.



With many holding high expectations for the team since preseason, the Diamond Bar High School’s boys water polo team did not disappoint, closing off the season with a second place finish in the Hacienda League. The team held an overall record of 14-19 and 4-2 in league; although dominating the game against Trabuco Hills, the Brahmas’ streak ended in the second round of CIF, after a loss to Palm Desert by nine.