Inland_Sports launched in August of 2014 to bring the Inland area of Southern California the very best in local sports coverage on TV, radio, and the web.

The Inland Sports Show coverage area goes as far North to Rim of the World, South to Temecula, West to Fontana, and East to Banning.

Pep Fernandez hosts the Inland_Sports Show every Wednesday at 6:05pm, LIVE from the TeenVision TV 16 studio on Inland Sports Twitter, Youtube and Facebook; as well as several local TV channels.

After making history as the very first weekday sports show in the Inland Empire during drive time, The Inland_Sports Show left Fox Sports radio in August of 2018 and launched a brand new Inland_Sports TV Show!

Pep is the play-by-play broadcaster for California Baptist University men’s and women’s basketball, and also joins Geoff Gorham as the broadcast team for UC Riverside Men’s Basketball.

Inland Sports also teams up with IEMG TV 3 in San Bernardino as well as Riverside TV for special sports programming including highlights and live streams.

Also listen for Pep on KCAL 96.7 FM for his Inland Sports updates on Mondays & Thursdays at 9:30am.

The National Football Foundation, The CIF Southern Section, The Southern California Football Coaches Association, the Inland Empire Baseball Coaches association, the Corona-Norco Unified School District and San Bernardino Unified School District have all honored Pep Fernandez for his coverage of local sports in the Inland Empire.

Pep began his broadcasting career at KAEF ABC23 in Eureka, followed by stops at KNVN NBC 24 in Chico, KRCR ABC 7 in Redding, and KERO ABC 23 in Bakersfield.

Follow @Inland_Sports on Twitter and @inland_sports_show on Instagram.

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  1. Gary Voelker says:

    Hyping Riverside Unified baseball – and of course my obvious bias for my beloved Bears.

    RIVERSIDE SCHOOLS NON-LEAGUE STRENGTH OF PRE-SEASON SCHEDULE

    J.W. North (D1, IVL) Opponents D1=6, D2=4, D3=3, (Top 25 LA Times Teams, 3 games)

    (9-10)

    ML King (D2, Big VIII) Opponents D1=7, D2=3, D3=1 (Top 25 LA Times teams, 2 games)

    (7-4)

    Riverside Poly (D3, IVL) Opponents D1=6, D2=8, D3=3 (Top 25 LA Times teams, 5 games)

    (6-12-1)

    – 8/14 (D1-D2 games decided by 1 run) 4-9-1

    ** Riverside Poly Vs ML King, 22 April 6:00PM @ Cal Baptist University

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