Two juniors and a trio of seniors.
The timing on this stinks, I know, and it’s hardly meant to be a criticism of Redlands High School’s Terrier Athletic Hall of Fame. Something is missing, though.
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.
END ZONE NOTES: Blair, Martin, Ortiz lead ACA … Massive SCIAC upset in Orange … REV homecoming comes up well short … Unbeaten Blackhawks get 5 QB sacks.
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.
-Did USC’s real football troubles start the year when the Trojans reneged on their scholarship offer to Redlands East Valley’s Kylie Fitts? Just asking …
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.
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.
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.
- U of R, Esri to give a tree to every elementary student in Redlands to mark the 50th Earth Day
- Bad timing, perhaps, on Terrier Hall, plus a curious note on a Wildcat transfer
- Second body found in Villa Calimesa Mobile Home Park
- Where to live in Redlands
- Redlands Conservancy worries about Redlands’ oak trees
- San Bernardino Law Enforcement Opposes Ventura County Judge’s Order to Drop Ventura County Rapist into San Bernardino County
- Beaver Medical Group kicks off investment with Epic Systems
- ‘Believers’ and volunteers turn out big for cancer walk
- Two dead in Calimesa fire
- Redlands police use drones and other devices effectively
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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.
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.
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.
SOCCER NOTES: Lady Bulldogs pull off upset … REV product Bowman-Sorassio in BYU’s defense … Karley Weeks shows up at California Baptist … Ex-Blackhawk played part in win over Univ. Redlands.
END ZONE NOTES: Maynard’s career win No. 200 came against No. 11-ranked Linfield … Bulldogs off to 3-0 start … Norco was nightmare for REV … Make it 20 TD passes for Dylan Wheatley … Redlands, Hemet collide in duel of century-old schools … Third-ranked Citrus Valley still unbeaten.
The print edition of the Redlands Community News had the location of Friday night's football game incorrect. The Blackhawks play the Titans at home, not in Grand Terrace.
This might be the kind of show to watch. After all, it’s “Take A Kid to a Game” night at the University of Redlands this Saturday. Before that, Redlands police is sponsoring a tailgate party.
CORRECTION: The name of Citrus Valley runner Ethan Romero was incorrect in an earlier version of this story. The Redlands Community News regrets the error.
CITRUS VALLEY 42, ONTARIO COLONY 0: Scott snags 3 TDs, interception … Garcia-Frye rumbles for 167 yards … C-Valley racks up 4 QB sacks, plus plenty more pressure.
END ZONE NOTES: SBVC’s Moussa piles up huge numbers … Wolverines roll up 80 points against Sana Ana … Citrus Valley wins by 42 … ACA beats San Bernardino … RHS, REV hit hard on the road.
It’s always an eager moment to check out the early season roster of San Bernardino Valley College’s women’s squad set by Aug. 26. This is a Lady Wolverines’ program — State champions in 2010 — that reached last year’s Final Four.
VOLLEYBALL NOTES: Blackhawks’ Barrett soon on her way … Winless ACA opened with 5 straight wins … Plenty of all-leaguers returning to CV, RHS and REV.
SPORT NOTES: Former Terrier back in majors … Minjarez jumped High Class A … Cesario reached round of 32 … Lady Bulldogs gun down No. 18 team … Ex-Blackhawk in lineup against Bulldogs.
END ZONE NOTES: Univ. Redlands on road, SBVC at home … Blackhawks nail down win in season opener … Can Terriers stop Pumas’ RB? … Winless REV heads for San Diego Section opponent … Martin shines in Eagles’ win.
Maybe it’s crossing the line in labor negotiations, but one person after another kept roiling me over the battle between Redlands Unified and its servants, the teachers and certified staff.
PREP FOOTBALL: Defending CIF champs beaten at Redlands … Diaz interception, TD run … Matthews “held” to 133 total yards … Howard’s 3 PAT kicks was the difference.
Moreno Valley Valley View (0-1, 3- last season) at Citrus Valley (7-4), 7 p.m. Friday — Temecula Valley laid a 41-6 beating on the Eagles in last Friday night’s Week Zero season opener. Daniel Barlage, who returned as Valley View’s coach in 2015 after leaving that post in 2008, had his team …
END ZONE NOTES: “Surprising” La Habra hosts REV … ACA Eagles get Desert Hot Springs … Defending CIF champion San G visits Terriers … Blackhawks head into Year 2 under Kurt Bruich.
It was a different kind of reunion. Sports-related. Coaches. Educators. Even a sports writer. But not everyone. Whoever touched the life of 68-year-old Tom Martin, one of the last of the Redlands Junior High athletes, got invited.
SPORT NOTES: Prep volleyball underway … REV soccer hero back for another year at Cal State … Jacobs delivers at LSUA … Cal State women heads to Florida, then hosts Showcase.
Forgotten, perhaps, in his lengthy service at Redlands East Valley High School, longtime educator Skip Hill might seem more like one of the school’s athletic coaches than the position he’s long been known for on that Mentone-based campus.
The Redlands Police Officers Foundation will hold its 23rd annual golf tournament fund raiser on Monday, Oct. 7, at the Morongo Golf Club at Tukwet Canyon. Check in begins at 8 a.m. Tee off at 10 a.m.
Steve Torrence, this year’s rapid-fire, pace-setting Top Fuel driver on the NHRA circuit, suffered a rare loss in the Aug. 18 Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals.
Forty years later, Bob Costas’ career at NBC has come to a close. It was back in 2007 that the nationally prominent sportscaster got in touch with me.
Rod Robison, about to step into his second season as Arrowhead Christian Academy’s football coach, has the utmost respect for Ambassador League powerhouse teams.
SAN MARCOS — It’s taken Greg Cesario 34 years to qualify for another United States Golf Association event. In this case, Redlands High’s No. 1 golfer off the Terriers’ 1982 CIF-Southern Section championship team is headed for the Aug. 24-29 U.S. Senior Amateur championship.
SPORT NOTES: Olmedo latches onto local legend’s papers … REV boys could be cross country team to beat … Young-Warner was triple-jumping stud.
SANTA BARBARA — Juanita Webster-Freeman, a two-time junior college state heptathlon champion in search of a pathway to the Olympics, never took her time on anything.
SPORT NOTES: Jude, Liberty each qualify for two Olympic Trials events … Jaquish part of Team USA’s Pan Am gold medal … Pinnacle pair returns from Rome with gold medals.