Quarterbacks backpedaled and studied their progressions, receivers ran routes and made finger-tip grabs, and linemen, running backs, linebackers, and defensive backs went through their paces.
The Redlands Football Club scored early but not often on Saturday, June 3, ending in a 1-1 tie with the AZ Arsenal Soccer Club.
Over 120 children competed to land the biggest catfish at the annual Catfish Derby at Ford Park on June 3.
Citrus Valley High grad Derek Bogh continues to excel on the baseball diamond. His success has segued from Citrus Valley to San Bernardino Valley College, and now to Cal State San Bernardino.
The dream became reality last week for Jeremiah Bolanos.
Cajon High of San Bernardino’s Jada Villegas was named the most valuable player and Beaumont’s Cambria Salmon the most valuable pitcher of the All-Citrus Belt League softball team.
The 2-0 Redlands Football Club soccer victory against Ventura County Fusion last week might indicate an easy game. But it was no walk in the park.
Redlands Community News sports editor John Murphy recently won several coveted journalist awards from the California News Publishers Association.
Former Redlands High basketball star Dan Wolthers had a delayed response to our story about the school’s old Girls’ Gym. That’s the gym with the ancient trophies in the lobby and the decades-old clock with the hand that travels in a circular motion.
- City names first female police chief
- RUSD announces new superintendent hire
- New Kaiser hospital planned for Redlands
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- University of Redlands football camp a hit
- Redlands Theatre Festival season opens Thursday
- REV’s Bolanos wins state triple jump
- Peggy Jacinto was lifelong local
- Council advances street vendor ordinance
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The Yucaipa High girls and the Redlands High boys prevailed on Friday, April 28, at the Citrus Belt League swimming finals at Crafton Hills College.
YUCAIPA — The Yucaipa High girls and Cajon of San Bernardino boys out-pointed opponents at the Citrus Belt League track and field finals.
Beaumont resident Alan Hollosy, 75, reached a milestone on Saturday, April 22 when he umpired his 2,000th high school baseball game.
Austin had Scherrer intentionally walked to load the bases and get to Daniel Arambula. Arambula made Austin and the Blackhawks pay, lining a single into right-center field to score a run and defeat Citrus Valley 6-5.
I attended a bicycle race in Redlands last weekend and a circus broke out.
Five days of Redlands Bicycle Classic racing came down to the Sunset Ride on Sunday, April 16, in downtown Redlands.
Yucaipa High and Cajon of San Bernardino split in Citrus Belt League track and field action on Tuesday, April 4.
Ryan Halamicek has found a home at Redlands East Valley High.
HIGHLAND — The sun peeked through the clouds and the palm trees, and the Boomtown Rats sang about not liking Mondays.
Cherry Valley rodeo standout Gracie-Beth Sutton has made her college choice.
Beaumont High grad (Class of 1987) Tracy Caldwell Dyson has another accomplishment for her crowded résumé.
Redlands Football Club, a USL League 2 team, is building its roster in preparation for its inaugural season. Their first game is May 13 against FC Tucson. The team is co-owned by Redlands native Ryan Whiley, 20-year resident Christopher Driscoll and Rajat Khare.
BEAUMONT — A talented, veteran team met an inexperienced one last week in Citrus Belt League play, with predictable results.
The Yucaipa at Redlands East Valley baseball game on Wednesday was a delight. Yucaipa’s Noah Reimer and REV’s Tyler Albanese locked up in a scintillating pitcher’s duel. Reimer narrowly came out on top and knocked in both runs for the Thunderbirds with a bloop single in the sixth inning.
I t was an early Sunday morning before 7 a.m. as scores of runners (nearly 2,400 for all three races) lined the street in front of the historic post office on Brookside Ave to run the first race of A Run Through Redlands 2023. It was good to see a few familiar faces. I wondered what I was do…
The sky was gray and the weather crisp in front of the post office on Brookside Avenue.
YUCAIPA —The Yucaipa High boys’ volleyball team made a valiant effort to win its first match of the season. But visiting Arrowhead Christian Academy was too tall and talented for the Thunderbirds.
Citrus Valley High, champions of the CBL, dominated all-league girls’ soccer.
The Cardinals, the Mets, the Angels and the rest dressed in their Saturday best. The sun shined. It was a good day for baseball. Or at least for the opening ceremonies.
It is not every day a player that bats ninth and plays right field is the heroine. But that’s what happened at Redlands High last week.
Most elite tennis players grow up with a tennis racket in their hands. They start pounding balls before they can add and subtract.
The second Saturday in February turned out to have epic weather for an epic ride in the Palm Springs Centennial race for a Redlands cyclist group. The Redlands Water Bottle Transit Company (RWBTC) was ready after ten weeks of training.
We get emails occasionally. Two came from Greg Nottingham and Dan Wolthers, both about Jim Weatherwax.
The Citrus Valley High baseball team got a sparkling performance from a familiar name and one from a lesser-known to defeat La Quinta 9-6 last week.
Tears were plentiful last week as the Citrus Valley High girls’ soccer season came to an end.
YUCAIPA — Yucaipa High wrestler Kieran Daugherty said his championship effort last week was “a long time coming.”
The Redlands East Valley High gymnasium was a kaleidoscope of colors and moving bodies on Friday, Feb. 3. That’s when the Citrus Belt League wrestling championships for boys and girls was held.
It was quite a night for Redlands East Valley athletics. The REV boys’ soccer team, on Tuesday, Jan. 31, played the first varsity sporting event on its new field.
Thirty-two minutes of basketball came down to one play on Thursday, Jan. 26.
Palm trees swayed gently in a slight breeze. The snowcapped mountains glistened in the distance.
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.”
The NFL season nears completion this weekend with the conference championship games.
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.
The first athletic contest on the new Redlands East Valley High football/soccer field will happen this month, barring delays.
The Beaumont High girls’ basketball team has won the last two Citrus Belt League titles, and a third consecutive championship may be in the offing.
A Redlands man who proposed to his girlfriend by giving her a Green Bay Packers’ jersey instead of an engagement ring, may soon find himself in the Packers’ FAN Hall of Fame.
SAN BERNARDINO — Heading into the 64th San Bernardino Kiwanis basketball tournament, Arrowhead Christian coach Lance Evbuoumwan had thoughts of winning the title, like his Redlands East Valley team did when he was a junior in high school.
A rough start was too much to overcome as the Redlands High boys’ basketball team fell to Palm Springs 57-48 on Tuesday, Sept. 20.
Most children who don a youth league baseball jersey x dream of playing professional ball.