We’ve got the Arlington Lions football team in the Inland_Sports Show Studio to talk about their start to the season and upcoming Inland Valley League play. Plus, the UC Riverside CxC team! We also present our Marines “Recruiting Station Riverside” Athlete of the Week Award to Arlington RB Jamon McGlory.
Not much changing in the Inland_Sports Show “Great 8 & 4 More” Rankings after Week 4 … I guess that means the Inland_Sports super computer is pretty darn accurate so far.
But what to do about Norco (1-3)? The Cougars have played a brutal non-league schedule and have just a blowout win vs. Riverside Poly to show for it. Does Norco deserve to be ranked? Which team would we take out in place of Norco? We want to hear from you!
We’re also keeping tabs on Yucaipa, Arlington, and Paloma Valley. All 3 are on the verge of joining the party!
WEEK 4 FOOTBALL GAMES—
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 21
RUBIDOUX 34, COACHELLA VALLEY 35
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22
REDLANDS 7, CAJON 39 @ SBVC
CITRUS VALLEY 21, REV 42
YUCAIPA 55, EISENHOWER 0
CARTER 20, MILLER 15
OAK HILLS 45, SAN GORGONIO 12
HEMET 14, JURUPA HILLS 40
RIM 6, WOODBRIDGE 40
RAMONA 50, ARROYO VALLEY 14
AQUINAS 56, RANCHO CHRISTIAN 10
NUVIEW BRIDGE 0, NOTRE DAME 63
ARROWHEAD CHRISTIAN 28, ST. BERNARD 25
EXCELSIOR CHARTER 7, LINFIELD CHRISTIAN 45
NORTE VISTA 42, CORONA 56
HILLCREST 23, TEMESCAL CANYON 21
PATRIOT 35, BLOOMINGTON 0
BANNING 22, PERRIS 8
RIVERSIDE POLY 16, NORCO 57
JW NORTH 25, MORENO VALLEY 22
SAN JACINTO 14, ARLINGTON 21
TAHQUITZ 12, CANYON SPRINGS 28
SUMMIT 18, SULTANA 21
RIALTO 13, FONTANA 22
COLTON 34, LA SIERRA 10
JURUPA VALLEY 0, ONTARIO 55
SERRANO 42, KAISER 49
KING 31, ELSINORE 14
ROOSEVELT 48, LA QUINTA 17
SANTIAGO 23, ETIWANDA 21
DESERT HOT SPRINGS 9, BEAUMONT 46
CITRUS HILL 0, RANCHO CUCAMONGA 30
HERITAGE 21, ORANGE LUTHERAN 34
PALOMA VALLEY 42, TEMECULA VALLEY 12
MURRIETA MESA 59, VALLEY VIEW 58 (2OT)
UPLAND 41, GREAT OAK 20
OAKS CHRISTIAN 20, MURRIETA VALLEY 38
CHAPARRAL 29, VICTOR VALLEY 10
VISTA MURRIETA 30, CRENSHAW 20
The Cal Baptist University soccer teams picked up back-to-back wins in their PacWest Conference openers on Thursday afternoon in Riverside.
The CBU women started the day with a 2-1 overtime victory against the Vulcans. Lanai Navarro tallied the golden goal for the Lancers.
The 11th ranked CBU men followed up the women’s overtime win with a 4-0 shutout victory.
Arlington head coach Rich Lunsford previews the Lions match up vs. San Jacinto on Riverside TV.
Aquinas Falcons running back Branden Rankins is on pace to shatter the all-time rushing record in San Bernardino County. Plus, we’ll hear from Kaiser head coach Billy Cardosi following the Cats record-setting game against Palm Springs on this episode of Sports Weekly on IEMG-TV.