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Friday Night Lights, a normal sight during the fall months? Get set for a March prep football season instead.

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April Finazzo, the long-running softball coach from Citrus Valley High School, has to admit her little ritual. Whenever she gets word of a ballplayer on her campus, it’s the usual questions.

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Sophomore Hannah Jugar shot 67 at Olivas Links Golf Club in faraway Ventura, marking a return to athletic play by University of Redlands golfers last weekend.

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Guidelines for Citrus Belt League cross-country meet No. 2 were laid out early on Monday morning by Boyd Lium, athletic director at Citrus Valley High School.

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It was Tom Flores’ caricature, Murray Olderman’s artwork, and it was all signed over to Brian DeRoo.

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Arrowhead Christian Academy’s season-opening race at nearby San Bernardino Aquinas turned into a quiet success, despite running second to

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Citrus Valley High School’s Cross-country coach Grace Padilla Leong’s car accident in mid-January was only a small part of the carnage.

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Cal State Northridge golf coach Gina Umeck was hand-picked as one of the best young golf pros across the nation. More to come on this one-time Lady Terrier golfer who, a couple years following her frosh season on the Long Blue Line at Redlands High, was CIF-Southern Section golf champion for…

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In weeks to come, you’re going to see a feature on a 1961 Redlands High graduate named Danny Wolthers. Basketball player. 6-feet-4-inches. 25 points a game. All-CIF. Played with guys like Gary Sherman. Jim Weatherwax. Steve Taylor.

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Mika Lee pays tribute to everyone, it seems, that she deems responsible for the latest big moment in her life — a scholarship at UC Berkeley, a place on its softball team included.

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Irvine Crean Lutheran, a private high school campus located alongside State Route 241. Some area schools have lined up against the Saints in CIF.

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The Unforgettables Foundation starts 2021 with a golf event honoring two brothers, local anesthesiologists who cared about kids. This may be the first memorial fundraising outing for local charity.

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Defending NCAA champion LSU has fallen on hard times this season, a factor that might have started when longtime defensive coordinator Dave Aranda left to take the vacated head coaching job at Baylor University last winter.

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YEAR IN REVIEW: Ex-Terrier had a hand in NCAA football championship … Locals had shots at a World Series, Super Bowl and March Madness … Swimming, soccer, softball claim top headlines … Eagles’ net surprise.

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Kurt Bruich made his case for playing a high school football season like no one else probably could. Odds could be stacked against playing, starting first with the CIF-Southern Section’s recent decision to scale back December season startup dates to next month.

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Oziomachkukwu Ozonoh, a 6-foot middle blocker coming into her junior season at Redlands East Valley High, remembers a little trip to Los Angeles back on Sept. 14, 2019.

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Inside word was that if Virginia Tech had taken the trouble to block Miami’s Jaelan Phillips last week, the Hokies might’ve been able to beat the ninth-ranked Hurricanes.

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For a few weeks, readers seemed more than a little curious about last Dec. 2 View From Above — “Tennis Dying? Not quite … and here’s evidence” — publication about local tennis. There were plenty of responses.

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END ZONE NOTES: Phillips, Holiness show up on winning sidelines last weekend … Nationally-ranked BYU-Boise State hoists plenty of locals … Daniels & Co. falls one short against USC … Moi family still football active.

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Matt Sartori, an ex-Wildcat runner who’s been coaching Redlands East Valley’s track & field/cross country teams since 2014, isn’t calling it completely quits on his own athletic career.

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SPORT NOTES: Cajon, REV players log into college games … Greg Horton tournament offered to golfers … Pruett winds up fourth on NHRA trail … Chatwood among dozens of MLB free agents.

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SPORT NOTES: Aranda has Baylor at 1-2 … Phillips speaks up after Miami win … Pruett goes down in second round speed duel … Ex-Blackhawk heads for Humboldt State.