COLLEGE GOLF NOTES: Returning players, recruiting tops area programs’ hopes in looking ahead to ’21 … Jugar, Moon, Condon, Nicholson and Hay could’ve finished high … Redlands’ men were shooting for another NCAA bid.
There seemed to be good news coming from Arizona Cardinals’ head coach Kliff Kingsbury, not to mention defensive coordinator Vance Joseph, plus veteran Billy Davis, who coaches linebackers.
HOOP SCOOP: Lacey racks up second-team All-Region honors … Menary tabbed second-team All-NABC … 13-year Lady Bulldogs’ coach had the school’s best-ever result.
ALL-LEAGUE HONORS: Lindfelt, Everhart, Green win top CBL honors … REV’s soccer boys land plenty of attention … ACA, LLA land all-leaguers in boys, girls soccer and hoops.
- County breaks down coronavirus cases, including 10 in Redlands
- Redlands Community Hospital preparing for COVID-19
- Inland Empire COVID-19 cases climb to 62; six deaths
- COVID-19 snuffs out July Fourth fireworks
- Two dead, 57 infected in the Cedar Mountain nursing facility in Yucaipa
- Renowned local chef Leonard M. Corbett dies at 81
- DMV closes field offices but will process vehicle registration renewal and title transfers online
- Crafton Elementary teachers parade through the neighborhood
- Positive tests for COVID-19 in Redlands climbs to 26
- City of Redlands takes new steps in response to coronavirus
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SPORT NOTES: D’Arcy wins WAC Swimmer of the Year … Terrier golfers Hopkin & Hartling Bros. shine … Norman-Thomas sizzles at early-season invitational … ACA, Citrus Valley softball girls ranked.
BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Downs hit four 3-pointers … Bulldogs eliminated one round later by Trine … Eagles dropped from So Cals in semifinals
Chloe Dygert, one of the entries in the 2020 Redlands Bicycle Classic, claimed a pair of gold medals at the World Track Championships.
ARROWHEAD CHRISTIAN 62, BISHOP DIEGO 60: Cloar, Strikwerda and Torrez took center stage … So Cal Regionals were next … School’s first-ever boys basketball title.
SPORT NOTES: Torrance has longtime soccer history … Two-point margins for both U of R hoops squads sent them into SCIAC championships … Redlands’ women beat Claremont in OT… Pomona-Pitzer men got a quick start to beat Bulldog men.
There were some interesting discoveries in a few of the outcomes at Sunday’s 37th A Run Through Redlands, a trio of men’s and women’s races that just beat late-day rains in a finish at the Redlands Bowl.
HOOP SCOOP: Lady Bulldogs get nation's fourth-ranked team ... Eagles at home for SoCal opener on Tuesday ... Aquinas turns up as No. 1 seed in Div. 4 SoCal opener.
I’m thinking of a headline in this paper, sometime back in January, perhaps, which read, “On paper, it’s the best roster in Redlands.”
BOYS PREP SOCCER: A pair of 1-0 wins lands Wildcats in CIF Division 3 finals … Lindfelt, Russo score important goals … North Torrance’s high-powered offense against REV’s shutdown defense for this year’s title.
Nathan Derry of Redlands placed first, second and fifth in the Boys 14-18 Novice Platform, 1 Meter and 3 Meter Diving competitions at the 2020 Raincross Invitational Diving Meet held last weekend at Riverside Community College.
CIF BOYS BASKETBALL: Two days earlier, ACA took out Victor Valley … Bishop Diego plays in its second CIF title game … ACA’s league champion rival Aquinas also reached CIF finals … Lady Bulldogs, Redlands men land in SCIAC tourney.
SPORT NOTES: Plenty of hitting for Citrus Valley’s softballers … Juarez heads for state wrestling finals … Tyler Davis hot against Redlands … Citrus Valley loses key triple jumper.
There were, perhaps, a handful of different twists and turns that could be taken to describe Arrowhead Christian Academy’s CIF-Division 5AA second-round win over hustling Santa Ana back on Feb. 14.
It was a first round soccer playoff match, played almost like a scrimmage in an eventual 7-0 Redlands East Valley win over Colton, a match played at Redlands High last week.
CIF PLAYOFF ROUNDUP: REV’s Gutierrez wins heavyweight title, CV’s Ramos notches 120-pound championship ... REV boys reach Round 3 in Div. 3 soccer … Lady Blackhawks get hoops road win … ACA boys continue surge.
Officers from the Redlands Police Department will join other Southern California law enforcement agencies and Special Olympics Athletes at the Rose Bowl, March 14 for the Guardian Bowl flag football tournament benefiting Special Olympics.
Arrowhead Christian Academy is one win away from playing for the CIF-Southern Section Division 5AA boys basketball championship. The Eagles get their chance tonight.
END ZONE NOTES: Wheatley, Moi, Scott and Broadway crack All-CIF lineup from Citrus Valley selections … Division 5 champ Aquinas has seven selections from virtually every position.
SPORT NOTES: REV, Citrus Valley crown CBL boys wrestling champs … Lady Blackhawks in triple tie for CBL soccer title … REV boys one game behind Cajon in CBL hoops race … Wildcats No. 3 seed in Div. 3 boys soccer playoffs.
BOYS PREP SOCCER: Scoring trio plus a legit defense leave REV in prime pouncing position … Only Tustin remains ranked ahead of Wildcats in Division 2 … Terriers’ soccer had won CBL title two previous seasons.
SPORT NOTES: Lady Bulldogs drop first SCIAC game … Hoops playoff hopes were alive for ACA, Citrus Valley boys … Bulldog men in outright duel for fourth SCIAC playoff berth … Can someone take out top-ranked Yucaipa in girls’ polo tourney?
Kobe Bryant’s been agonizingly gone — along with eight others, including his hoops-playing daughter — for nearly two weeks. I’ve gotten nothing but grief-stricken memories from local readers. One is just as gut-wrenching and heartfelt as the next.
Beginning at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, don’t bother me. No emails, phone calls, texts or drop-ins. I’ll be busy alongside several thousand other local NFL fans. You have a good reason. Celebrating. Focusing. Screaming. Eating. Drinking.
WOMEN’S HOOP SCOOP: Freshman pulls off winning shot on Lady Athenas’ home court … REV, Citrus Valley girls chasing Yucaipa, Cajon … Lady Coyotes undergoing rough season … SBVC women still chasing Mt. San Jacinto.
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — Tim Mead has crept up on a special date. On Tuesday, Jan. 21, the retired Los Angeles Angels’ executive, who is now the president of the Baseball Hall of Fame, informed the 2020 inductees which ones would join sport’s elite.
The first official meeting for this year's Redlands Bicycle Classic took place on Thursday night, Jan. 9 at First Lutheran Church. Shown here, facing from left, are Scott Welsh, Carla Gamboa, Executive Director Marc Shaw, race director Eric Reiser and marketing director Craig Kundig. This ye…