We caught up with former Norte Vista High School running back Freddie Holly as he prepares for another college football season at the University of Hawaii.
Citrus Hill quarterback/running back Jon Jefferson ran for two touchdowns, helping Riverside County win the 33rd Inland Empire All-Star Classic 49-24 at Centennial High School in Corona.
Jefferson finished with 150 rushing yards on 19 carries.
Behind a pair of rushing touchdowns from Citrus Hill quarterback/running back Jon Jefferson, the Riverside County All-Stars defrauded the San Bernardino County All-Star team 49-24 at the 33rd Inland Empire All-Star Classic.
Centennial head coach Matt Logan, coaching in his 4th IE All-Star Classic, won on his home field thanks to a 28-point fourth quarter.
Jefferson earned MVP honors, while Santiago tailback Darnay Smith also ran for two scores.
Watch the entire game on Riverside TV: https://youtu.be/O7_V7u-T9Mo
The longest running high school football all-star game in California returns on January 13 at Centennial High School in Corona.
The 33rd Inland Empire All-Star Classic pits San Bernardino County (UCLA colors) against the all-stars from Riverside County (USC Colors).
Centennial head coach Matt Logan will guide the Riverside All-Star team, while Nick Matheny from Summit will skipper the all-stars from San Bernardino.
The Inland Empire All-Star Classic has passed out more than $175,000 in scholarship money. This year, four more scholarships will be awarded. Click on the following link for an application and instructions to apply:
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