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February 15, 1998
In Division II: Temecula Valley 57, Irvine 9--Irvine defeated Loara, 39-28, in the quarterfinals before falling to Temecula Valley in the semifinals. Irvine tied Pico Rivera El Rancho, 28-28, but won on matches, 8-6, in the first round. Montebello defeated Fountain Valley, 33-25, and Thousand Oaks defeated El Toro, 40-36, in the first round.
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March 4, 2000 | DAVE McKIBBEN
Esperanza (20-6-3) vs. Temecula Valley (21-1-7) NOON TODAY CAL STATE FULLERTON Neither team had an easy path to the Division I final. Esperanza edged Huntington Beach for the last playoff spot in the Sunset League, won its wild-card game handily, then won four consecutive one-goal games, including a 3-2, sudden-death overtime victory over Fountain Valley in the semifinals.
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December 1, 2001 | Michelle Gardner
Riverside North 14, Temecula Valley 13--A failed two-point conversion proved costly for Temecula Valley as the Golden Bears lost in the Division V semifinal at Riverside College The host Huskies (9-4) went up, 14-7, on a 79-yard pass play from sophomore quarterback Dion Morton to his twin, Damon, in the third quarter. Damon Morton finished with nine receptions for 171 yards and rushed for 77 yards in six carries. Dion passed for 195 yards on 11-of-19 passing.
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February 9, 2014 | By Eric Maddy
CIF-SS DUAL MEET WRESTING CHAMPIONSHIPS Division 1: Temecula Valley 54, Corona Santiago 18 Division 2: Northview 42, Servite 30 Division 3: Temescal Canyon 45, Rowland 26 Division 4: Bloomington 49, Downey 15 Division 5: Yorba Linda 29, Arroyo 27 Division 6: Carter 28, Rialto 25
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February 23, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
Huntington Beach is ranked No. 1 in The Times' preseason baseball rankings. The team returns virtually its entire lineup from a squad that eliminated No. 1 Santa Ana Mater Dei in last season's Southern Section Division 1 playoffs. The season officially begins on Saturday, though rain is expected and could push back games until Monday, March 3. The rankings: 1. HUNTINGTON BEACH (SS-Division 1). Experience and talent throughout the lineup 2. HARVARD-WESTLAKE (SS-Division 1)
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March 30, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
Rank, School (Record, Division), Comment (last ranking) 1. JSERRA (8-1, SS-D1). Texas fans will be happy when Parker Joe Robinson arrives. (2) 2. HARVARD-WESTLAKE (10-2, SS-D1). Two-game series with Crespi this week. (1) 3. LOYOLA (9-1, SS-D1). Nine consecutive victories for Cubs. (3) 4. HART (10-0-1, SS-D1). Pitcher Jack Ralston provides big boost. (5) 5. CHATSWORTH (11-2-1, City-D1). Young pitching staff is coming through. (4) 6. TEMECULA VALLEY (9-1, SS-D2)
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February 11, 2001 | ERIK HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was an exercise in futility. At least that's how it seemed for Calvary Chapel's chief rival Saturday at the Southern Section Division I wrestling duals at Temecula Valley High. Temecula Valley posted impressive wins in the first three rounds of the meet, but the second-seeded Golden Bears couldn't beat Calvary Chapel, as the top-ranked team in the state won, 40-31, to defend its Division I dual meet title. "Hey, I expected to win," Temecula Valley Coach Arnold Alpert said.
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February 18, 1996 | ERIK HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Once again Irvine came up short against defending champion Temecula Valley in the Southern Section Division II wrestling finals Saturday. Temecula Valley, which defeated the Vaqueros last year at this meet, won this time with 133 1/2 points, one more than second-place Irvine. Irvine had a six-point lead going into the finals with three wrestlers in the finals. Temecula Valley had two. "That's not too many points to go into the finals," Irvine Coach John Phillips said before the final round.
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