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The Citrus Valley High girls’ soccer team defeated visiting Yucaipa High 3-1 on Wednesday, Jan. 12, and the outcome was significant.

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Eagles soar

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New Redlands East Valley High baseball coach Daren Espinoza grew up in the tough Del Rosa neighborhood of San Bernardino where nobody ran baseball clinics for children with lunch served afterward.

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REDLANDS — Brandon Prince scored two goals to lead the Beaumont High boys’ soccer team to a 4-1 victory against host Redlands. The Citrus Belt League game was played Friday, Jan. 7.

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YUCAIPA — The Yucaipa High girls’ basketball team, following a mid-season slump during which it lost five of six games, has snapped out of it.

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The Citrus Valley High boys’ basketball team made history on Saturday, Jan. 8, but not without some controversy.

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The University of Redlands announced that no spectators will be allowed at athletic events inside Currier Gymnasium in January.

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REV boys split pair

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SAN BERNARDINO — Redlands East Valley High stormed to victories in its first three San Bernardino Kiwanis tournament basketball games. Unfortunately for the Wildcats, the title game against Aquinas was postponed due to COVID-19 and safety protocols.

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INDIO — The door swings open at the home of Brian DeRoo and the former National Football League player greets me.

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Lofty finish for Bulldogs

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There was a near-auto collision outside the San Bernardino Soccer Complex parking lot where a sign said, “LOT FULL.”

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INDIO — Halfway through his senior football season at Redlands High in 1973, Brian DeRoo did not fantasize about playing in the National Football League. He wasn’t even on varsity, relegated to the junior varsity.

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SAN BERNARDINO — The Redlands High girls’ soccer team was unbeaten in its three previous games and continued the momentum Wednesday, Dec. 22, in the San Gorgonio tournament.

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Redlands women upset Wartburg

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INDIO — Halfway through his senior football season at Redlands High in 1973, Brian DeRoo did not fantasize about playing in the National Football League. He wasn’t even on varsity, relegated to the junior varsity.

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Bob Stangel Jr. has been picked to take over the football program at Redlands High, Stangel Jr. confirmed on Saturday, Dec. 18.

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Listening to Redlands’ Bruce Cavarno, you’d think he was on his last legs — ready for a walker and a Jitterbug phone, and maybe some bionic parts.

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The Redlands East Valley boys’ basketball team cruised to a pair of victories against San Bernardino City teams last week.

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Hood, Luna lift Eagles in girls soccer

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FAIRFIELD – One by one players from the Aquinas and Vanden of Fairfield high school football teams approached Tui Hala, Aquinas High’s stellar 250-pound senior lineman.

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FAIRFIELD — This wasn’t the way it was supposed to end for the Aquinas High football team.

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Growing up in both Beaumont and Redlands and swimming for club teams in both cities, Autumn D’Arcy was a reluctant participant at first.

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Many members from the Citrus Belt League participated at the Eastbay West cross-country championships against runners from 12 other states on Saturday, Dec. 4 at the Mt. San Antonio College of Walnut course.

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REV grad Phillips wreaking havoc

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The Cajon High boys’ basketball team dominated last spring’s abbreviated Citrus Belt League season and, with four starters back, appears strong again.

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MELISSA, TEXAS — “Welcome to the Taj Mahal,” Melissa High School assistant football coach John Peale quipped as I marveled at the massive indoor practice venue I’d just entered.

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The Aquinas High football team plays for a state title on Saturday, Dec. 11, and will do so with a decided Redlands twist.

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Citrus Valley High sophomore Hailie Lomeli ran in the  CIF-State cross-country championships on Saturday, Nov. 27 at Woodward Park in Fresno.

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­The University of Redlands football team landed 12 players on the All-Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference team.

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Mike McFarland has been let go as the Redlands High football coach, confirmed Terriers’ athletic director Estevan Valencia.

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Cal State University, San Bernardino, women’s volleyball team did it again. The Coyotes won the California Collegiate Athletic Association tournament title for the fifth consecutive time, defeating Cal Poly Pomona 3-2 on Saturday, Nov. 20 in San Bernardino.

Yucaipa High grad Nathan Martinez was named the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Offensive Athlete of the Year for his exploits as quarterback of the University of Redlands football team.

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It was mid-October and already the vaunted Yucaipa High baseball team prepared.

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WALNUT — Winners crossed the finish line with a flourish. Other runners struggled to finish, many gasping for breath and some collapsing on the ground. One competitor tried to crawl 30 yards to the finish line. He was stopped by race volunteers who provided aid.

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The CIF-Southern Section cross-country preliminaries were Friday and Saturday, Nov. 12 and 13, at Mt. San Antonio College’s Hilmer Lodge Stadium in Walnut.