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HS Volleyball: Chaparral Continues to Roll... Beats Hemet in Four

The Pumas Drop the Second Set but Come Roaring Back in the Last 2 to Win 3-1 The red hot Pumas rolled to their 9th victory Thursday over Hemet 25-11, 16-25, 25-12, 25-19. Chaparral is now 9-1 in the 2017 season. Their lone loss was at the hands of Rancho Cucamonga back on September 7th and […]Read More »

HS Volleyball: Red Hot Murrieta Mesa Beats Elsinore 25-23,25-12,25-15

The Rams are Off to a Impressive 11-1 Start in 2017 Murrieta Mesa won its 11th game of the 2017 season with a 25-23,25-12,25-15 sweep of Elsinore. It was the first time in school history that the Rams have beaten the Tigers. “We’ve carried over the confidence and identity we established from from last year to […]Read More »

HS Volleyball: Rancho Christian Crushes Temecula Prep 25-6 25-7 25-2

The Red Hot Eagles are 10-1 and in Firm Control of the South Valley League Rancho Christian remained red hot as they cruised to an 25-6 25-7 25-2 thrashing of South Valley League opponent Temecula Prep on Tuesday. The Eagles were led by the trio of Emily Vaniman, Emma Baker and Amirah Ali. Sophomore Vaniman […]Read More »

HS Football: Chaparral Home to Face Redlands Friday

The Pumas are Coming Off a Huge 56-0 Victory over Orange Vista Chaparral improved their 2017 season record to 2-1 last week with a convincing 56-0 victory over Orange Vista. The red hot Pumas will host Division 5 opponent Redlands this Friday in their fourth outing of the season. The Terriers are 1-1 and last lost […]Read More »

HS Volleyball: Temecula Valley Wins the Dave Mohs Tournament Championship

The Golden Bears Defeats Long Beach Poly, 25-19, 17-25, 15-12 in the Final Match The Temecula Valley girls volleyball team edged Long Beach Poly 25-19, 17-25, 15-12 to win the the Dave Mohs Tournament Championship,played yesterday at Edison High. After dropping the first set, the Jackrabbits battled back to take the second 17-25. The Golden […]Read More »

HS Football: This Week's CIF Southern Section Polls Are In...

SWWD_IESN_1200x300.jpg  Lakeside Breaks into the Top Ten for the First Time in School History This Week’s CIF Southern Section Polls are out and several local teams are ranked in the Top 10 in their respective Divisions. The Sunbelt League’s Lakeside Lancers have made the Top 10 for the first time in the first time in […]Read More »

HS Volleyball: Chaparral Wins the Dan Quam Tournament in Hemet Saturday

  The Pumas Dominate the Field…Not Losing a Set all Tournament Chaparral went undefeated at the Dan Quam tournament at Hemet High School on Saturday. In facet, the Pumas dominated the field and cruised through the tournament. They did not lose a set all day. The Pumsa beat Linfield Christian in the semifinals to set […]Read More »

HS Football: Murrieta Mesa Crushes Palm Springs 34-7 on Friday Night

The Rams Cruise to Victory as Kai Thompson Runs for Over 200 Yards Murrieta Mesa won its third consecutive game to open its 2017 season and the Rams are red hot. Mesa beat Palm Springs 34-4 Friday night behind the pounding running of Kai Thompson. The senior ran all over the Indians as he rushed […]Read More »

Cal League Baseball: JetHawks Rally for Huge Win, Eliminate Quakes

Ten-run 7th Sends Lancaster to Championship Series By Mike Lindskog Rancho Cucamonga, CA – The Lancaster JetHawks exploded for ten runs in the seventh inning, turning a five-run deficit into a five-run lead, beating the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes on Saturday night by a score of 12-7, securing a berth in the California League Championship Series. […]Read More »

HS Volleyball: Chaparral Drops First Match to Rancho Cucamongna

The Pumas Win the First Game then Fall in Four Chaparral lost its first match of the season yesterday. The Pumas got off to a good start and won the first game of the match 25-17. The Cougars rebounded and took the next 3 from Chaparral 25-20, 25-19, and 25-11. The loss will make the […]Read More »

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