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Inland Empire High School Sports

HS Baseball: 2018 All Southwestern League Team Selections Announced

Temecula Valley’s Ethan Clough Named the League’s Most Valuable Player The 2018 All Southwestern League Team selections were announced today. Temecula Valley’s Ethan Clough has been named as the league’s Most Valuable Player. Clough was instrumental to the Golden Bears’ success as he pitched Temecula Valley to the Southwestern league Championship this year. The senior […]Read More »

Cal League Baseball: Inland Empire Powers Past Visalia 3-0 in Ten Innings

The Sixty-Sixers Throw their Seventh Shutout of the Season By Inland Empire 66ers Visalia, CA- The Inland Empire 66ers of San Bernardino earned their first extra-inning victory and first against the Visalia Rawhide with a ten-inning, 3-0 victory at Recreation Park. The trio of Matt Ball, Jeremy Beasley and Jonah Wesely combined on the 66ers […]Read More »

Cal League Baseball: Rancho Cucamonga Shuts Out Stockton 8-0

Convincing Shut-out Win for Quakes…Estevez Has Four hits, Four RBIs By Andrew Chapman Rancho Cucamonga, CA- Quakes pitching shut down the Stockton offense on Wednesday night and was backed by a twelve-hit performance, as Rancho shut out the Ports by an 8-0 final, evening the three-game series. The top of the Quakes order gave starting […]Read More »

HS Baseball: Rancho Christian Pitches a No-Hitter but Lose to Muir 6-0

The Eagles CIF Play-off Run Ends BY Lynn Guerin In the game of baseball sometimes it’s hard to believe what you see. As you gazed out on the field at John Muir High School, the site for a second round CIF Division 5 playoff game between The Muir Mustangs and The Rancho Christian Eagles, it […]Read More »

Cal League Baseball: Storm Looks to Rise to Top

The Lake Elsinore Storm Returns to The Diamond for a 6-game Homestand By Dominick Lorenz LAKE ELSINORE, Calif. – After winning their third series of the season this past weekend in Rancho Cucamonga, the Storm are back at Pete Lehr Field to host a six-game homestand that features matchups against the Lancaster JetHawks and San […]Read More »

Cal League Baseball: Ports Hold Off Quakes on Tuesday for a 4-3 Win

Rancho Leaves the Bases Loaded in Ninth By Andrew Chapman Rancho Cucamonga, CA- Trailing by a run in the bottom of the ninth inning, the Quakes were unable to score despite loading the bases, dropping the opener of a three-game series with the Stockton Ports, 4-3. After retiring the Quakes in order in the eighth, […]Read More »

HS Track & Field: Murrieta Mesa Boys Track & Field Team Wins the 2 CIF Southern Section Championship

Great Oak & Vista Murrieta Finish First and Third in Division 1 The Murrieta Mesa Boys Track and field team made school history on Saturday. They won the first Division 2 CIF Championship title for the school. Southwestern league teams dominated as Great Oak placed first and Vista Murrieta third in Division 1. The Rams […]Read More »

HS Boys Volleyball: Murrieta Valley Captures Second Place in the CIF SS Division 4 Championships

SWWD_IESN_1200x300.jpgThe Nighthawks Advance to the Southern California State Championships on Tuesday The Murrieta Valley Boys volleyball team placed second in the CIF Southern Section Division 4 playoffs on Saturday. The Nighthawks put up a gallant fight, but lost 25-23, 25-22 and 25-18 in the Championship game. “The CIF Finals at Cerritos College was a great […]Read More »

Cal League Baseball: Gonsolin Pitches Quakes to Win on Sunday Over Lake Elsinore

Rancho Salvages Final Game against Storm By Andrew Chapman Rancho Cucamonga, CA- Tony Gonsolin tossed a season-long seven innings on Sunday for the Quakes, evading a sweep from the Lake Elsinore Storm in a 6-2 victory. Behind the strong start from Gonsolin, a three-run second inning for the Rancho offense outlasted the Storm for the […]Read More »

Cal League Baseball: The Storm Holds on for a 7-1 Victory over the Quakes

Rancho Comeback Falls Short on Saturday as the Quakes still Four Back after Loss By Andrew Chapman Rancho Cucamonga, CA – Despite six unanswered runs over the latter innings of Saturday’s contest, the Quakes were unable to overcome a 10-1 deficit, dropping game two of the series to the Storm by a 10-7 final. Rancho’s […]Read More »

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