Volleyball teams with first-year coaches met last week and host Citrus Valley High prevailed.
SAN BERNARDINO — Hannah Butterfield and Taylor Becker were close approaching the track at the Cajon High Stadium in the Citrus Belt League No. 1 center meet. But Beaumont High’s Butterfield, with her long strides, outkicked Yucaipa’s Becker to the finish.
The bright spot for the University of Redlands football team following a 25-21 loss to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps last week is that conference play has not started.
YUCAIPA — Host Yucaipa High was prepared for last week’s first- place showdown with Redlands as Torey Barnthouse came out pounding kills to the full-throated approval of the Thunderbird student section.
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The Citrus Valley High girls’ cross-country team showed they want to compete with Beaumont and Yucaipa for the Citrus Belt League title in 2022.
The Citrus Valley High boys’ water polo team wasted little time establishing dominance on Tuesday, September 6 against Shadow Hills of Indio. The Blackhawks seized an 11-goal halftime lead en route to a 17-2 nonleague victory.
BANNING — Thirty minutes before a recent Banning High football practice, Marquis Vaughn sits in the Bronco team room with his legs draped over a bench.
The Beaumont High girls’ cross-country team finished second behind Great Oak of Temecula on Saturday, Sept. 3, in the Cool Breeze Invitational at the Fairplex in Pomona.
REDLANDS — Running back Andrew Kellstrom scored from two yards three minutes into the game and quarterback Myles Herrera tallied from two 4½ minutes later. Ta-da. The University of Redlands football team led George Fox University of Oregon by two touchdowns.
Last month I received an email from a Yucaipa reader. She inherited a mound of sports stuff and wanted me to judge its worth. I’m not Christie’s Auctions, but I gave it a shot.
The Redlands High girls’ volleyball team has two key additions. Maddie Brown has transferred into Redlands from Beaumont and Saniyah Sobers transferred in from Cajon.
Most players are probably unaware, but 50 years ago girls’ sports competition did not happen. The first CIF-State girls’ volleyball tournament did not occur until 1978. And the first formal CIF-Southern Section competition was not until 1974 beginning with badminton, basketball, field hockey…
The big news out of the Citrus Belt League early this week was that Yucaipa High infielder Jacob Reimer was picked on the second day of the major league baseball draft. But Reimer isn’t the only Thunderbird star in the news.
----Last Sunday I rose like Lazarus after testing negative for COVID-19. Clean bill of health in hand, I covered a Little League Baseball majors’ game between Yucaipa American and Tri-Valley of Yucca Valley.
A person familiar to Redlands East Valley and Citrus Valley high schools and, really, high school football fans all over Southern California, is getting his just rewards.
John Fouch recently retired after 25 years as the Sacred Heart Academy of Redlands athletic director. Commemorating the occasion, the athletic field at the school has been named in Fouch’s honor.
Yucaipa High’s Jacob Reimer and Luke Scherrer made the recently announced All-CIF-Southern Section Division 1 baseball team. Reimer, a senior, hit .398 with eight home runs and 28 runs batted in.
Growing up 12 miles from San Francisco in San Bruno, the Warriors were my team. So I was happy to see them vanquish the Boston Celtics last week for the NBA title.
Redlands Community News Sports Editor John Murphy has won first place on a CNPA contest for a profile of Redlands resident John Tyree, who is a high school football coach in Banning at age 83.
Arrive at 5 p.m. at the Beaumont High football stadium on a recent weekday, and there’s a surprise. The smiling ticket taker of the fall is replaced by a garbage can wedging the stadium door open.