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The Citrus Valley High boys’ basketball team stunned Beaumont 72-48 last week, thanks to a tennis coach from a rival school and a Blackhawk player nicknamed, “Bones.”
YUCAIPA — The Yucaipa High girls’ water polo team has established itself as the top team in the Citrus Belt League. The Thunderbirds’ 13-8 victory against Citrus Valley on Tuesday, Jan. 17 did nothing to contradict that.
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Michael Jackson wore one in the 1983 music video “Thriller.” Wally Cleaver rocked one — a sweater actually — in “Leave it to Beaver.” And hip-hop artists Run-DMC and NWA wore them in the 1990s, giving them a large dollop of swag.
League champion Cajon of San Bernardino and second-place Citrus Valley dominate the recently released All-Citrus Belt League football team.
It’s uncertain if a lifeguard was on duty, but by the end of the game there were a lot of people in the swimming pool at Thousand Oaks’ Samuelson Aquatics Center.
Runners from Citrus Valley and Redlands East Valley high schools fared well in the CIF-State Cross-Country Championships held on Saturday, Nov. 26, at Woodward Park in Fresno.
TORRANCE — The Arrowhead Christian Academy football team was on a quest to make the school’s first section title game since 2014 and seventh overall. But that bid was rudely rejected by host Bishop Montgomery of Torrance, 50-20.
WALNUT — The weather was cool, perfect for running. Later the sun came out and smiled broadly on the Citrus Valley High girls’ cross-country team and two boys from Redlands, Ethan Romero (Citrus Valley) and Emmanuel Wallace (Redlands East Valley).
Snow covers the mountains as seen from the downtown Arrow Train station on a recent sunny day. Snow Valley, the closest ski resort to Redlands, got 5 inches of fresh snow in last week’s storm. The resort expects to open on Wednesday, the day before Thanksgiving, weather permitting.
SIMI VALLEY — The celebration was on for the Arrowhead Christian Academy girls’ volleyball team when Simi Valley’s last serve landed beyond the end line.
SAN BERNARDINO — Citrus Valley High defensive back Jelani McLaughlin intercepted a pass, skidded along the cold turf and then popped right up. McLaughlin raised his arms in triumph— a victory that was just nine minutes away.
It is homecoming at Cajon High School in San Bernardino and a disc jockey is hired for the occasion. The sound of the proceedings is like a jet airplane engine.
The pivotal play in Redlands High’s tense 20-19 Smudge Pot Game victory against Redlands East Valley came with 25 seconds left on the REV 1-yard line.
The Redlands High girls’ volleyball team wrapped up its unbeaten Citrus Belt League season with a 3-0 victory against Citrus Valley. The scores were 25-16, 25-8, 25-17.
Redlands East Valley High School boys captured the Varsity Division of the Perris Valley XC Showdown Saturday while the REV girls took fifth place, led by two sophomores and a freshman.
The Redlands High boys’ cross-country team placed second in the varsity division of the Temecula Twilight Invitational on Saturday, October 1 while the Beaumont girls placed fifth in the Showdown Division.
The Grove School meets Packinghouse Christian Academy, a battle of Lilliputian-sized schools. Both have fewer than 200 students — a tussle Jonathan Swift would love.
Maddie Brown fields a pass and sets the ball perfectly across the court to Julia Tolstova who pounds it home. It is one of Tolstova’s 15 kills and she pumps her fist in joy.
BEAUMONT — The Citrus Valley High football team turned in its third sterling effort in a row, defeating host Beaumont 28-0 last week.
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.