Rob Stone Sports Report December 2015

Madison Warhawks Sink Mar Vista Mariners for CIF Title

Behind the performance of Dylana Guyon, among others, the top-seeded Madison Lady Warhawks (15-8) subdued the second-seeded Mar Vista Lady Mariners (16-11) by a final score of 25-19, 25-19, and 25-12, to capture their first C.I.F. San Diego Section Division V girls volleyball championship in school history in a match played on the campus of the Canyon Crest Academy on Friday evening, November 20.

Guyon, a five-foot-eight-inch junior outside hitter, topped the Lady Warhawks with six kills, a block, and four aces.

Meanwhile, Madison’s Janai Crisostomo added four kills, a block, and an ace, and Kiana Hervaux had four kills and two aces for the Lady Warhawks.

Playing in the John Hannon Memorial Gymnasium on Madison’s campus, the Lady Warhawks speared the Chula Vista Lady Spartans in the quarterfinals and clawed the Mount Miguel Lady Matadors before  submarining the Lady Mariners in the finals.


WEEK EIGHT:  Madison 48, La Jolla 7; Coronado 28, Clairemont 25; Kearny 27, Coronado 24; La Jolla Country Day 49, Francis Parker 0; Santa Fe Christian 62, Horizon 13; WEEK NINE:  Madison 69, Serra 0; University City 35, Clairemont 17; Kearny 24, University City 19; The Bishop’s School 47, Francis Parker 7; WEEK TEN:  Madison 64, Serra 7; Kearny 21, Clairemont 14; Horizon 36, Francis Parker 6; La Jolla Country Day 35, Horizon 21; WEEK ELEVEN:  Helix 56, Madison 34; La Jolla Country Day 44, Clairemont 21; El Cajon Valley 28, Kearny 12;



SDSU 41, Colorado St. 17, (Donnel Pumphrey 168 all-purpose yards, three touchdowns); SDSU 38, Wyoming 3, (Pumphrey 169 total yards); SDSU 52, UNLV 14, (Pumphrey 139 all-purpose yards, two touchdowns);

USD 30, Marist 27; USD 45, Warner 14, (Jamal Agnew, one interception); USD 47, Stetson 16, (Anthony Lawrence 20-28, career-high 453 yards passing, and three touchdowns); USD 31, Campbell 27, (Agnew one interception); USD 35, Davidson 10; USD 28, Butler 27;

Oregon 44, Cal 28, (Darren Carrington four catches, 112 yards); Oregon 38, Stanford 36, (Carrington two catches, 54 yards, one touchdown); Oregon 48, USC 28, (Carrington four catches, 66 yards, one touchdown);


Rob Stone is a life-long resident of the San Diego area and is also a certified talent scout through Sports Management Worldwide.  Rob has been working with and helping to assist sports agents in getting their clients signed to contracts.  If you would like a professional scouting report written up on your favorite athlete, you can feel free to contact Mr. Stone directly.  He may be reached at:  1 (619) 241-6516,, or         

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