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FRESNO — There were only mild surprises in last Saturday’s California state championships at Woodward Park, especially with Newhall High School carting away this year’s boys Division 2 championships, 37-88, over runner-up Dana Hills.

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SPORT NOTES: Ex-REV stars Garcia, Dominique prominent in Cal State’s men’s soccer, women’s volleyball NCAA playoff runs … SBVC women KO’d in SoCal soccer finals … Local prep rivals Fata, Edwards turned up at Utah State.

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Nathan Derry of Redlands placed first and second in the Boys 14-18 Novice 1 Meter and 3 Meter Diving competitions at the 2019 Glenn McCormick Memorial Diving Invitational recently in Palm Desert.

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END ZONE NOTES: Missing QB hurts Wolverines’ hopes of winning American Championship Bowl … SCIAC champ Chapman wins triple OT over Linfield … Ex-Blackhawks get spot in CIF Division I finals this week against Mater Dei.

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SPORT NOTES: BYU on a mission to notch soccer title … REV boys run third, qualify for State with plenty of highlights … Cargile All-American distance runner … Umpires meet for 2020 season … Ex-Terriers Libao, Comadena notch NCAA rankings.

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END ZONE NOTES: Redlands on road in NCAAs … Unbeaten Mary Hardin-Baylor is a tough target … Citrus Valley, entire CBL, knocked out of playoffs … Loss to Chapman cost Bulldogs a home game.

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SPORT NOTES: Bowman-Serassio contributes in BYU’s surge … Weeks, Jacobs seasons conclude … Pritchett reaches Top Fuel semifinals … REV boys race into CIF cross country finals.

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END ZONE NOTES: Ex-Terrier chasing national championship … Bulldogs chasing NCAA berth … Blackhawks chasing down CIF semifinals spot … After losing key defenders, Aranda needed to fill holes against Alabama.

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TENNIS: Boys and girls triumph in CBL tournament championships . . . Longtime coach Sean Comadena not surprised by strong play of Lady Terriers

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CROSS COUNTRY NOTES: Redlands East Valley delivers boys title … Lady T-Birds dominate CBLs again … Fernandez-Romero aid CV’s third place boys’ run … U of R’s Cargile part of a unique SCIAC finish.

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That Ronnie Warner nearly made it to this year’s World Series as a third base coach for the St. Louis Cardinals — beaten in the National League Championship Series by Washington — begs the question.

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SAN BERNARDINO — Redlands East Valley’s scoring load in the Oct. 30 Citrus Belt League tournament championships against Cajon seemed to flow from one strong-armed shooter to another.

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Forty-five para-athletes competed in the California Classic Para Swimming Open at Crafton Hills College Aquatic Center last weekend. The athletes came mainly from the United States but also included a contestant from India. Local para-athlete and Crafton Hills College student Austin Olive, f…

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END ZONE NOTES: Scott catches two TDs, denied a third … A Kaiser-Citrus Valley playoff matchup has curious connection … ACA’s faint playoff hopes alive … Hector returns 2 picks for Bulldog TDs … Redlands still chasing Chapman.

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There is so much to write about in a San Bernardino County city that never seems to stop. Inside word is that the Benchwarmers, the longtime Redlands sports booster club that helps fund high school sports, will roast golfer Dave Stockton in January.

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Jackie Barrett kept finding little spots on the volleyball court non-tended by her opponents, where she could place a shot in last Thursday’s CIF-Southern Section Division 3 playoff opener against Mission Viejo.

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It didn’t seem to matter that numbers didn’t add up for Desert Christian in its 46-6 loss to Arrowhead Christian on the Eagles’ homecoming triumph at Citrus Valley stadium last Saturday night.

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END ZONE NOTES: Citrus Valley takes 8-0 mark up against defending CBL champs … Yucaipa WR snags 6 TDs for 330 yards … Wildcats gets punt, kick returns for TDs … Aquinas nearing fourth straight title.

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WATER POLO NOTES: Selby twins stand tall in REV waters … Redlands, Citrus Valley part of CBL Carousel this weekend … Bulldogs battling for a top four SCIAC tourney spot.

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SPORT NOTES: Libao-Cummins headed for ITA nationals … Valencia re-unites with Nottingham in Colorado … Bolock B-level champ in ITA … Barrett named Player of the Week … Jaquish cut from Team USA.

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PREP FOOTBALL: Terrier WR Jamal Hines’ 25-yard TD pass to Olivares won it in OT … REV remains ahead in series … Young throws for 280 … 248 yards in total penalties.

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END ZONE NOTES: Citrus Valley might have the jump on Redlands, REV … Unbeaten Bulldogs up against Chapman … Aranda-Anderson connection in LSU-Utah State showdown … Maynard has a 200-win equal at Redlands.

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GOLF NOTES: University of Redlands among nation’s elite … Three local prep squads each playing from a different spot … REV senior, Tayler Muchmore, favored to win third straight CBL title … Lady Wildcats gunning for fourth straight team title.

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SPORT NOTES: Cal State women remain nation’s No. 1 … Aquinas mounting charge in volleyball play … San G polo in CIF Top 10 poll … Romero runs strong in opening CBL meet … Perez notches win No. 200 as Bulldogs’ coach.

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The Boy Scouts of America invite shoppers at local grocery stores to support local food pantries between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, in the Inland Empire communities from Colton and Grand Terrace to Banning along the Interstate 10 corridor and across the San Bernardino Valley.

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END ZONE NOTES: Blackhawks sizzle ‘horribly’ past Grand Terrace … Arrowhead Christian takes on Linfield in league opener … One win between Terriers-Wildcats in rivalry game.

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TENNIS NOTES: Jimenez next in line to claim CBL singles title? … No playoffs for Lady Blackhawks, who still had strong season … Local tennis hero Marshburn returns to Bulldogs … Two-time CBL singles champion lands at U of R.