La Sierra vs. Ramona on Riverside TV this Friday

It’s a River Valley League battle on Riverside TV this Friday as La Sierra meets Ramona. The Eagles and Rams have identical records (5-2, 1-1) and are part of a 4-way tie for 2nd place in the RVL.

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FOOTBALL: LIVE games on Inland Sports Radio

Inland_Sports will kick-off another season with online radio broadcasts in Week 1. First off, it’s Rialto vs. La Sierra on Thursday; followed by Murrieta Mesa’s season opener vs. Etiwanda on Saturday.

Listen to the games LIVE on the Inland_Sports YouTube Channel!

FOOTBALL: La Sierra Coach Garry Hedlund on Riverside TV

We go one-on-one with La Sierra Eagles football coach Garry Hedlund on the Riverside TV Coaches Perspective Show. La Sierra will meet San Bernardino in the first LIVE football broadcast of the season. Ghizal Hasan and Geoff Gorham from the Inland_Sports Show will be on the call!

La Sierra Football, UCR Women’s Soccer on The Inland_Sports Show (8-19-17)

The La Sierra Eagles football team join us in the Inland_Sports Show Studio to talk about their season opener vs. San Bernardino.
Plus, fresh off their season-opening victory, the UC Riverside women’s soccer team sound-off on their strong start.
And our high school volleyball preview including our top 5 teams!

The Inland Sports Show (1-21-17)

Geoff Gorham subs in for Pep Fernandez and talks high school hoops with Jurupa Valley coach Mark Gard and La Sierra coach Justin Norman.
Pep will have a LIVE report from the Riverside Sport Hall of Fame Wall of Distinction Ceremony that includes Dodgers catcher Austin Barnes, Rays pitcher Matt Andriese, and gold medal swimmer Tyler Clary. Gorham is also joined by UC Riverside basketball broadcaster John Ramey.

 

BASKETBALL: The Step Brothers Fab 15 (12-12-16)

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There was a lot of movement in the ‘Step Brothers Fab 15’ this week.

Centennial remains on top after an impressive win over perennial power Westchester by a score of 69-61 in a non-league matchup.

Riverside Poly drops a few spots after losing big man, Ronald McQuay, in pre-game and then to a surging Notre Dame team in the semi-finals of the Riverside Kiwanis Tournament.

King raises six spots after winning the Kiwanis after a 12 year absence and defeating Notre Dame.

Notre Dame, behind long time coach Rob Robinson, climbed from ‘The Others’ and into the ‘Fab 15’.

Great Oak, REV and Kaiser all drop out of the top fifteen after a few tough loses this week, but Chaparral and La Sierra are gaining momentum and getting healthy heading into the holiday tournaments.

A lot can happen over the next three weeks as teams separate themselves before heading into league play.  The Step Brothers and ‘Inland_Sports’ will be out in full force, following and bringing you the very best coverage all season long!

Check out the Riverside Poly Bears on the most recent Inland_Sports Show on Fox Sports 1350AM KTDD: