March 31, 2014 |
Harvard-Westlake (Division 1), Temecula Valley (Division 2), Gahr (Division 3), Kaiser (Division 4), Oak Hills (Division 5), Crean Lutheran (Division 6) and Santa Clarita Christian (Division 7) hold down the No. 1 spots in this week's Southern Section baseball polls. Here's the link to complete rankings. Eric.firstname.lastname@example.org
February 9, 2014 |
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
February 11, 2001 |
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.
February 18, 1996 |
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.
February 11, 1996 |
For Esperanza Coach Steve Marshall, the Southern Section Division II Dual Meet Championship final was bittersweet. Just to be in the finals against defending champion Temecula Valley was pleasing to Esperanza. That and the fact that the Aztecs defeated Irvine to reach finals. So what was more painful? The Aztecs' 35-21 loss to host Temecula Valley or a controversial call in the 171-pound match? The Aztecs were ahead, 21-20, going into the 171-pound match.
August 27, 2013 |
The long-underappreciated long snappers are starting to be recognized, and not for bad things. They've become important contributors in the success of a football team. Competent snaps on punts, extra points and field goals have helped lead to victory. Chris Rubio , a private tutor, has come up with a list of top long snappers in Southern California, led by Damien's Tanner Carew (see video above). Carew, an Oregon commit, also is pretty good at figuring out a Rubik's Cube.
January 18, 1998 |
The Five Counties Wrestling Invitational can be a humbling experience. Then again, it can be as sweet as Grandma's fudge. It can squash an ego like a bug. Or, as in Tim Dye's case, pump you so full of adrenaline that Godzilla seems beatable. Dye, a 175-pound senior from Anaheim High, got his fix Saturday after battling his way through two days of wrestling into the championship final of the 64-school meet at Fountain Valley High School.
March 25, 2014 |
BASEBALL NONLEAGUE Mater Dei 5-0, Stockton St. Mary's 2-3 Port of Los Angeles 5, Animo Venice 4 TOURNAMENTS COACHELLA VALLEY Peninsula 7, Brawley 0 Peninsula 12, Coachella Valley 1 EDISON San Clemente 7, Capistrano Valley 1 GRAND TERRACE San Jacinto 3, Pacific 0 SOFTBALL CROSSTOWN LEAGUE Port of Los Angeles 19,...
March 31, 2014 |
There will be four championshp quarterfinal games on Tuesday in the Boras Classic. At Mater Dei, Glendora will face San Dimas at 3 p.m., followed by Mater Dei-Chino Hills at 6 p.m. At JSerra, it will be Valencia facing Temecula Valley at 3 p.m., followed by JSerra against Vista Murrieta at 6 p.m. The winners advance to Thursday's semifinals, with the final set for Saturday at 6 p.m. at Mater Dei. Eric.email@example.com ...
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January 31, 2012 |
A giant rock quarry proposed in the hills above Temecula had politicians from one of the most conservative corners of the Inland Empire railing Monday against corporate arrogance and environmental devastation, while union workers pushed the project as a job creator. The political twists are intensifying as the five-year-long controversy over the Liberty Quarry barrels toward a vote before the Riverside County Board of Supervisors, which on Monday held the first of two days of public hearings in a packed convention center ballroom.