High Schools


HS Football: Murrieta Mesa Wins a Wild Overtime Victory at Valley View 59-58

Valley View’s 2 Point Conversion to Win the Game Fails as the Rams Hang On for the Victory It was a wild one and also a school record for Murrieta Mesa. There were 117 points scored in Friday night’s overtime 59-58 victory over Valley View. It was the final two points that the Eagles didn’t […]Read More »

HS Football: Murrieta Valley's Defense Shines in 38-20 Victory over Oaks Christian

Nighthawk Marquis Spiker is the Inland Empire’s All-time Leading Receiver in Yards, Touchdowns and Receptions. Murrieta Valley’s senior receiver Marquis Spiker has broken some impressive the Inland Empire’s Inland football records. He has become the area’s all-time leading receiver in yards, touchdowns and most receptions. But most of all, Spiker has helped his team win. […]Read More »

HS Football: Rancho Christian Fights Hard...Falls Harder To Aquinas 56-10

The Eagles could not Ignite their Potent  Offense against the Falcons Tough Defense By Lynn Guerin The Rancho Christian Eagles had a very tough Friday night at the hands of a feisty, fast, and very physical, Aquinas Falcons team, falling hard 56-10. Aquinas ,lead by their do everything well quarterback-Salieu Ceesay,who ran,threw, kicked off and […]Read More »

HS Football: Heritage Falls to Orange Lutheran 34-21

The Patriots Come Up Short Against the Lancers Heritage, second ranked team in the Inland Empire and Fourth in the CIF Southern Section’s Division 2, lost to powerful Orange Lutheran on Friday. Heritage had a record of winning 40 consecutive nonleague games shattered in the process. The Patriots have been one of the Inland Empire’s […]Read More »

HS Football: Local Friday Night Game Results

SWWD_IESN_1200x300.jpgSunbelt League Heritage  21  Orange Lutheran  34 King  31 Elsinore 14 Paloma Valley  42  Temecula Valley  12 Hillcrest 23  Temescal Canyon  21 Banning   Perris Vista del Lago  6  Lakeside 42 Local Christian Schools Aquinas  56  Rancho Christian   10  Excelsior Charter 7 Linfield Christian 45 Calvary Murrieta at Hamilton  Temecula Prep  6    California […]Read More »

HS Volleyball: Great Oak Beats Chaparral in their Southwestern League Opener

The Wolfpack Intense as they Come Back to Win 25-22, 21-25, 18-25, 25-17, 15-9 Great Oak began the 2017 Southwestern League season with a huge victory over rival Chaparral yesterday. Down two sets to one, the Wolfpack won the final two 25-17,15-9 to defeat the Pumas in the league opener. “Great match last night. Both […]Read More »

HS Football: Friday Night Match-Ups for September 22, 2017

Who is Your Team Up Against? Heritage has won 40 consecutive non-league games,but will be tested tonight. Orange Lutheran is one of the premer teams in Division 1 and has already beaten the Inland Empire’s powerful Vista Murrieta and Norco. The Sunbelt will also have 2 other teams putting their unblemished records on the line. […]Read More »

HS Volleyball: Temecula Valley Sweeps Murrieta Mesa to Begin Southwestern League Play

The Undefeated Golden Bears Cruise to a 25-18 25-13 25-23 Victory over the Rams Its showtime as play began in the Southwestern League yesterday. The defending Champion Golden Bears increased their undefeated record to a perfect 11-0 with a 25-18 25-13 25-23 sweep of Murrieta Mesa. The Rams “fall” to 8-2. Temecula is 1-0 in […]Read More »

HS Volleyball: Temecula Valley Dominant in Three Set Sweep of Orange Lutheran

The Golden Bears Quickly Defeat Mighty Orange Lutheran 25-13, 25-18, 25-13 as Jordyn Amoy Shines Rafu Rodriquez, the Coach of the undefeated Golden Bears named Jordyn Amoy as the player of the game in Tuesday’s stunning 3 set defeat of Orange Lutheran. Temecula Valley wasted no time taking care of the Lancers, who fell in […]Read More »

HS Volleyball: Santa Rosa Academy Beats South Valley Rival Rancho Christian in 5

The Ranges Storm Back in the Last 2 Games to Win 21-24, 25-21, 26-16, 19-25 & 14-16 What a Volleyball game! Santa Rosa Academy overcame a 2-1 deficit and stormed back to win the final 2 sets to upset Rancho Christian 21-24, 25-21, 26-16, 19-25 & 14-16. It was only the second time this year […]Read More »

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