Citrus Valley (4-0) topped Cajon (3-1) 3-1 in a battle between first place teams in the Citrus Belt League. Watch it LIVE on IEMG-TV!
Well, the Inland_Sports super computer did it again and squirted out our weekly rankings. After a series of mathematical equations and formulas, we are pleased to welcome Aquinas into the Great 8. The Falcons are 4-0 heading into Friday’s contest with Rancho Christian as RB Branden Rankins is closing-in on the San Bernardino County rushing record. There’s a good chance Rankins will make a run at the record when the Falcons meet Notre Dame in Week 6!!!!!!
Murrieta Mesa also joined the party in our 4 More after the Rams picked up a convincing win vs. San Jacinto. Murrieta Mesa will play Valley View this week, which will be a measuring stick for this Rams’ team.
The Inland_Sports super computer is really confused on what to do with Vista Murrieta (0-4). They’re really good and played great teams, but they don’t have any wins … which nearly blew-up the computer! Norco is in the same boat!
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 14:
JW NORTH 14, HILLCREST 23
KAISER 56, PALM SPRINGS 12
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15:
SAN GORGONIO 6, YUCAIPA 45
CAJON 48, PASO ROBLES 21
REV 29, HERITAGE 50
REDLANDS 13, CHAPARRAL 24
XAVIER PREP 3, AQUINAS 58
NOTRE DAME 13, LA QUINTA 28
YUCCA VALLEY 46, LINFIELD CHRISTIAN 7
MILLER 7, FONTANA 35
INDIAN SPRINGS 0, 29 PALMS 40
ARROYO VALLEY 19, JURUPA VALLEY 31
COLONY 41, NORTE VISTA 20
RAMONA 21, ARLINGTON 42
POLY 6, KING 24
ONTARIO 20, PATRIOT 34
PACIFIC 20, WEST VALLEY 10
ST. GENEVIEVE 41, SAN BERNARDINO 15
JURUPA HILLS 0, MORENO VALLEY 24
BANNING 15, BEAUMONT 19
RANCHO VERDE 13, CITRUS HILL 21
ALISO NIGUEL 17, VALLEY VIEW 38
RUBIDOUX 20, CANYON SPRINGS 35
LA SIERRA 56, BLOOMINGTON 7
SUMMIT 42, AYALA 17
COLTON 6, CHAFFEY 14
NARBONNE 6, CENTENNIAL 52
CORONA 13, PALOMA VALLEY 21
ALTA LOMA 6, ROOSEVELT 41
NORCO 28, ORANGE LUTHERAN 41
SANTIAGO 38, TEMECULA VALLEY 0
SHADOW HILLS 35, HEMET 30
TAHQUITZ 21, CATHEDRAL CITY 14
MURRIETA MESA 62, SAN JACINTO 21
LAKESIDE 34, ORANGE VISTA 28
CHINO HILLS 14, ELSINORE 27
MURRIETA VALLEY 27, SAN CLEMENTE 62
JSERRA CATHOLIC 26, VISTA MURRIETA 9
GREAT OAK 21, SERRANO 18
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16:
TEMESCAL CANYON VS. CARNEGIE
The Cajon Cowboys football team came out on the losing end of a thrilling, high-scoring shootout against Division I foe Murrieta Valley. Plus, the San Bernardino Valley College football team picks up its first win of the season against Pasadena City.
The Cal State San Bernardino soccer teams kicked-off the season with matches at Cal Baptist University in Riverside. Plus highlights of Cajon vs. Xavier Prep water polo and Arroyo Valley on the road at Ramona in volleyball.
It’s starting to get juicy around here with some great match-ups looming in the next couple of weeks in non-league … we’re looking at you #5 Murrieta Valley vs. #4 Cajon 🙂
Centennial is still #1 despite a 40-20 setback to IMG Academy at the Honor Bowl.
Vista Murrieta (0-2) slides to #8 after going winless in their first two games, but seriously, they played two really good teams in Colquitt County (Georgia) and Mission Viejo.
In our 4 more, Redlands East Valley is coming off a great 59-55 win at Etiwanda, Santiago dropped a tough one at home to Citrus Hill, and we’ve got both Notre Dame and Aquinas rounding-out the rankings!
The Inland_Sports super computer never lies.
Check out the IEMG-TV high school football season preview while we broadcasted LIVE from the Cajon-Corona-Apple Valley scrimmage at San Bernardino Valley College. We also interviewed Panthers head coach Ron Gueringer after learning several of his star players who transferred to Corona have been ruled ineligible.
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