November 16, 1990
Temecula Valley High defeated Rolling Hills, 39-28, Thursday night in a Division VIII playoff game at Temecula. Halfback Ronnie Long scored three touchdowns and halfback Phouth Sommay also scored twice for the Sunkist League champion Golden Bears. Rolling Hills finished 6-5.
February 20, 2005 |
Temecula Valley turned in one of the most dominant wrestling performances in school history when it breezed through the Southern Section Southern Division individual championships Saturday at Westminster High. The Golden Bears had eight finalists, six champions and had 11 of their 14 wrestlers finish among the top five. It added up to 300.5 points and an 84.5-point victory over runner-up Santa Ana Calvary Chapel, which had four champions and eight wrestlers in the top five.
August 11, 1992
Temecula Valley High School has been awarded the Southern Section Division VIII football championship after Morningside High of Inglewood was stripped of the title. Morningside defeated Temecula Valley, 27-20, last year in the championship game, but had to forfeit the game because of the unintentional use of an ineligible player, Southern Section officials announced. Stacy Maxwell, an All-Ocean League defensive lineman, reportedly turned 19 before Sept.
March 4, 1999 |
Temecula Valley has already defeated three-time defending state-champion Santa Ana Calvary Chapel for the Southern Section team tournament and dual-meet championships. Now the Golden Bears go for the big prize: the state title. Ryan Kane, the defending state champion in the 145-pound class, leads Temecula Valley into the state wrestling meet Friday and Saturday at the University of Pacific in Stockton.
February 27, 2005 |
Two of the most prolific scorers in the Southland faced off in the Southern Section Division I-AA quarterfinals on Saturday, and it came to a fitting climax. Jessie Thompson scored 42, and host Temecula Valley beat Norco, 78-67, ending the season for the second-seeded Cougars after 28 consecutive victories. Thompson, a 5-10 guard headed to Boise State, easily outshone Texas-bound Erika Arriaran, the Norco star who has been responsible for the Cougars' success.
May 3, 1996
Jason Gause, a right-handed pitcher from Temecula Valley High, signed a letter of intent with Cal State Northridge. Gause is 8-0 and batting .454. Kennedy High third baseman Aldo Pinto has committed to UCLA. Pinto will walk on as a freshman but has been promised a chance to start at second base. Football Antelope Valley High tailback Jermaine Lewis has been invited to play in the Shrine All-Star game July 20 at Cal State Fullerton.