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Gavin Pachot is the choice as the new Redlands East Valley High football coach. The Redlands Unified School board will vote to approve the hire on Tuesday, May 25, said REV principal Robert Clarey by email.

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SAN BERNARDINO — The Arrowhead Christian Academy baseball team taxed Aquinas to the limit on Wednesday, May 5, in an Ambassador League game, but couldn’t pull off the upset victory.

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High boys’ soccer fans came toting home-made signs, balloons and smart phones to chat and take pictures. But it was a bittersweet Senior Night as Redlands East Valley brought the firepower and left with a 2-0 victory.

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SAN BERNARDINO — The Aquinas High basketball team was blown out in last season’s section title game and has “unfinished business” as its motto.

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Breaking news: Obrey Brown is not dead.

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YUCAIPA — The Citrus Valley High baseball team rescued a seemingly lost week by defeating Yucaipa 11-6 on Thursday, May 6.

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YUCAIPA — Teams with the same record met Thursday, April 29, in a Citrus Belt League softball game, but only one left happy.

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REDLANDS — Former Yucaipa High teammates Norma Mendez and Sarai Stamper met Monday, April 26, and Mendez got the better of it.

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YUCAIPA – The Yucaipa High baseball team broke open a close game with visiting Redlands in the fifth inning, erupting for eight in an 11-1 mercy-rule victory. The Citrus Belt League game was played on Thursday, April 22.

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The Citrus Valley High baseball program is still emerging from the shadow of Yucaipa and Redlands East Valley, longtime powers in the Citrus Belt League.

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Blackhawks down Cajon

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The weather was bitterly cold when Charley William Paddock toed the starting line at the University of Redlands before a few thousand spectators. The date was April 23, 1921, (100 years ago) and the occasion was the Southern Pacific AAU meet.

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I covered “A Run Through Redlands” Sunday and it was a happening. For something that only sorta happened, that is.

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Rich Lunsford resigned as the football coach at Redlands East Valley High, he said on Monday, April 19.

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Harold Strauss’s players bunched together like they were peeking at risqué pictures. His offenses with their wild maneuverings induced opponents to jump offside. His team’s jersey numbers were so hard to read they prompted sportswriters to curse.

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Blackhawks baseball wins

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Hanging amid Rhonda Fouch’s award- and memento-filled office at Redlands East Valley High School are some thank you posters from student-athletes.

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One sure way to a football lineman’s heart is recognition. They don’t normally get much of it.

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The Citrus Valley High baseball team defeated Don Lugo 4-2 on Thursday, April 1 to highlight its week.

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YUCAIPA — The Citrus Valley High football team was defeated by host Yucaipa 38-21 on Saturday, March 27, in a Citrus Belt League game. But the news wasn’t all bad for the Blackhawks.

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The Redlands East Valley High football team has reclaimed the Smudge Pot.

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The Redlands East Valley boys and Yucaipa girls won the Citrus Belt League finals cross-country finals on Saturday, March 27, at Yucaipa Community Park.

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The Yucaipa High girls water polo team, led by 6-foot-1 sophomore goalkeeper Christine Carpenter, defeated Redlands 18-1 on Saturday, March 20 to finish 5-0 and wrap up the Citrus Belt League title.

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REDLANDS — Facing a team with more than twice as many players and ample talent, the Redlands High football team didn’t fare well Saturday, March 20, in its season opener. The Terriers fell to visiting Beaumont 58-12.

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The high school football season kicked off last weekend — on the first day of spring, no less.

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After touching down at Ontario International Airport in the summer of 1992, my first stop en route to a job interview at the Victorville newspaper was a convenience store. There I noticed for sale all the newspapers in the area. I didn’t know I’d someday work at most of them.

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BEAUMONT — Chilly weather, some mud and wet grass did nothing to slow the Redlands East Valley boys and the Yucaipa girls at Saturday’s Citrus Belt League cross-country meet No. 2.

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REDLANDS — The rival Redlands and Redlands East Valley water polo teams met under threatening skies on Thursday, and each school managed a victory.

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Hikers head down Blue Mountain above Grand Terrace on Sunday morning. The 14th annual hike attracted 529 people, the organizers said. The land is privately owned, so this was the only day of the year that hikers were permitted. Efforts are underway to protect the trail and create a park to s…

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The University of Redlands Accounting Department will again offer free tax assistance through its collaboration with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, every Monday through April 12. The service began on March 8.

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Nick Calero, deputy chief of staff for newly elected California Sen. Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh, will speak to the Redlands Republican Women at free Zoom meeting from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Friday, March 19.

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Work continues on the $2 million improvement project at the eastbound California Street off-ramp at Interstate 10 that began on March 1. O’Donnell Construction, based in San Dimas, was awarded the contract by Caltrans District 8. The ramp was expected to reopen at 5 p.m. Wednesday, but that …

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