March 2, 2010 |
1. Etiwanda (29-2, SS-Div. II) The defending Southern Section Division II champions return a strong offense and defense, have hitters up and down the lineup and excellent pitchers in Natalee Pulver and Melissa Taukeiaho. 2. Vista Murrieta (27-5, SS-Div. II) With Taylor and Tatum Edwards, the Broncos will be very strong this season. 3. Anaheim Canyon (24-8, SS-Div. I) The Comanches return all but two players, including ace pitcher Cheyanne Tarango. 4. El Modena (22-10, SS-Div.
September 12, 2008 |
A look at some of the Southland's top high school football games: No. 2 Corona Centennial (0-0) at No. 13 Temecula Chaparral (0-0) Tonight at 7:30 Chaparral upset Centennial in the 2006 playoffs, then suffered an upsetting 54-point loss to the Huskies last season in an Inland Division semifinal. Now the Pumas will open against Centennial, which wanted to upgrade its nonleague schedule to prepare for its first season of Big VIII League play. A defensive front that Huskies Coach Matt Logan described as "one of the best we've had" will be tested by Chaparral junior Jonathan Diaz, who rushed for 1,221 yards and 16 touchdowns as a sophomore.
April 2, 2009 |
Corona Santiago (8-2, 2-1) at Riverside King (13-2, 3-0) Today at 3:15 Why it matters: This is the second meeting this season between these Big VIII League heavyweights, with King winning the first game, 5-1, last month. The Wolves, ranked No. 10 in the Southland by The Times, feature Canisius-bound senior pitcher Amanda Braun (7-0) and Hampton-bound senior right fielder Carla Trimble, who is hitting .533 with 13 runs batted in. No.
November 11, 2010 |
Unstoppable. That's the only word to describe Corona Centennial's no-huddle, one-back offense Thursday night in its Big VIII League championship game against Corona Roosevelt. The No. 2-ranked Huskies scored touchdowns on their first nine offensive possessions en route to a 63-21 victory, improving their record to 10-0 and leaving no doubt that they will be an overwhelming favorite when the Inland Division playoffs begin next week. Over a two-game period, Centennial scored touchdowns on 19 consecutive possessions.
April 19, 2014 |
BASEBALL BIG VIII LEAGUE Corona 4, King 1 Corona Santiago 4, Eastvale Roosevelt 3 Norco 5, Corona Centennial 0 CITRUS BELT LEAGUE Redlands East Valley 12, Cajon 2 Yucaipa 6, Miller 0 GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE Orange 11, Santa Ana 1 Segerstrom 14, Westminster 1 MOUNTAIN VALLEY LEAGUE Jurupa Hills 5, Citrus Valley 4 ORANGE LEAGUE Century 7, Magnolia 0 Savanna 7, Anaheim 2...