There’s strong evidence that Redlands High product Karen Jacobs, named Player of the Year in San Bernardino Valley College’s Pacific Coast Athletic Conference last November, is set up to turn a small NAIA women’s soccer conference on its ear this fall.
Margaux Jones, a much-decorated jumper and sprinter on a pair of Redlands High School’s CIF-Southern Section Division 2 championships, wound up sixth in the long jump at the Mt. SAC Relays back on April 20 at El Camino College.
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DIAMOND NOTES: Ex-Wildcat helps tame NEC in decisive Super Regional game … Richard, Ruelas, Bolinger, Casas softball seasons all come to an end. Redlands East Valley product Dylan Fashempour helped deliver his college team, University of Massachusetts-Boston, to the NCAA Division III College…
PREP FOOTBALL: Tessitore, Lium part of Citrus Valley’s coaching picture … Another QB will take Blackhawks’ snaps … tough lifting program … Will second season be any better?
TRACK & FIELD NOTES: Ta’amu retains season-long ranking with a 49-7 … Shiley combines in a 3:05 relay … Graves also part of Div. I regionals … Fields third in NCAA hurdles, Cargile fourth in 800.
Here’s one that’s off the wall: A handful of years back, the Amgen Tour of California cycling extravaganza needed to switch from a snowed-in venue up at Big Bear Valley.
ATLANTA — It was bound to happen, sooner or later for Milwaukee catching prospect Jacob Nottingham, a power-hitter from Redlands High School.
SPORTS NOTES: Krittayaweth-Lanseng in doubles, Davis in singles power through early CIF tourney … Lady Bulldogs 10th in NCAA golf … Redlands men make cut at NCAAs, place 18th … REV tennis conqueror San Juan Hills captures D-3 boys title.
MENTONE — Tyler Davis was doing his best to carry Redlands East Valley to a spot in the CIF-Southern Section Division 3 semifinals tournament on Monday afternoon, May 6.
First-year University of Redlands golf coach Jamie Zantua was trying hard not to sound like a coach lauding a strong Bulldogs’ team.
YUCAIPA — Victor Trejo saved his best triple jump for one final attempt. He had claimed a Citrus Belt League long jump championship last Thursday at Yucaipa High School, having just started to train in that event.
Forty-six years in coaching came to a fitting geographical conclusion for Bill Havard last week. It was a battle for second place between Redlands East Valley and Havard’s Redlands High squad.
When the Redlands Bench Warmers throw a fundraising bash, it’s usually something special. On June 14, the Greg Horton Memorial Golf Tournament gets underway at Morongo Golf Club at Tukwet Canyon in Beaumont.
Benchwarmers President John Villa wasn’t saying a word. Upon being asked which offensive linemen from the three public high schools in Redlands world win the Greg Horton Memorial Scholarship, he clammed up. This is a big deal. It’s a $1,000 award given away at the schools’ awards night.
REDLANDS — Don’t let onetime University of Redlands basketball player Reyna Ta’amu’s season-best 48-foot, ¾-inch outdoor effort in the shot put fool anyone.
A custom secret trophy? More than 100 teams? Re-branding the AYSO region? When the inaugural Citrus Classic Soccer Tournament took its first kickoff, the site was at one end of Dearborn Street.
REDLANDS — Arrowhead Christian Academy, ranked 10th in CIF Southern Section Division 5 boys volleyball polls, jumped out to an easy first-game victory against visiting Upland Western Christian back on April 15.
Here’s a name to recall from Redlands’ distinct past: Brian DeRoo. That 1974 Redlands High graduate, who showed up at the local university, has been nominated to the NAIA Hall of Fame. Until the mid-1980s, U of R was a full-fledged member of that organization until its conference relaunched …
There was so much on the line when Redlands East Valley took the field against visiting Redlands High in a high school baseball game played at the University of Redlands on Tuesday. There was a 3-way tie for second place in the Citrus Belt League between those teams and Rialto Carter, each t…
REDLANDS — One by one, scorecards were tabulated just off the ninth green at Redlands Country Club following a Citrus Belt League showdown.
It was at the University of La Verne back on March 30 in a three-way multi-dual when junior Maliq Champion, a combination high jumper and sprinter for Redlands, told his coaches he might run fast in that day’s 200-meter.
Ranked No. 4 among the nation’s NCAA Division 3 track & field programs, both men and women, the University of Redlands could be heading for a strong performance at nationals next month.
Here’s a curious note about the 35-year-old Redlands Bicycle Classic and the big bucks Amgen Tour of California: Redlands’ event includes five stages for both men and women. Amgen’s TOC, by contrast, rolls from May 12-18, but only May 16-18 for the women.
REP BASEBALL: Longstanding rivalry comes down to game-crunching ninth inning … 2017 CIF champs hold off Falcons … Woodcrest Christian is Ambassador League team to beat … Terriers beat Citrus Valley in San Bernardino.
PREP SWIMMING: Wheeler led 500 sweep … Calderon, Gonzalez and Walker add depth and points in scoring … Citrus Valley gets REV on April 10 … Williams twins score big at Mission Viejo.
BOYS PREP GOLF: Oak Hill no match for Citrus Valley… Zander, Jelsey battle to share medalist honors … Thrown club is worth 10 pushups … Count Redlands, East Valley above the Blackhawks’ squad, at least for now.
Spectators lined the sides of Citrus Avenue, to watch the stage 4 event, of the Loma Linda University Health PossAbilities sponsored para-cycling race series of 2019.
BOYS PREP VOLLEYBALL: Le, Lee and Li all part of Terriers’ shining attack … Mall’s coaching record sparkling at Redlands … Attacking with variety lifts the home court side.