Cajon football and basketball star Jeremiah Martin, and Redlands East Valley swimmer Autumn D’Arcy were named the 2018 Ken Hubbs Award winners – going to the top athletes in San Bernardino County.
The baseball league title races are heating up with the final week of the regular season upon us.
Which teams can still win a championship? The Big VIII, Southwestern, Citrus Belt, and more! Find out … click here: Beyond the Dugout- 5-7-2018
According to the Citrus Valley Athletics twitter account, Redlands East Valley head football coach Kurt Bruich will take over the Citrus Valley program effective on January 8, 2018.
Bruich spent 16 years at REV and won 11 Citrus Belt League titles.
He also guided the Wildcats to the CIF Southern Section Inland Division and CIF Division 2 state championship in 2014.
Bruich leaves REV with an overall record of 140-46-2.
Citrus Valley finished 5-6 last season.
The San Bernardino Valley College football team pulled off a come-from-behind, upset victory at Allan Hancock in Santa Maria. We’ll have those highlights, plus SBVC men’s soccer with its own comeback win against Palomar.
Check out the highlights on Sports Weekly on IEMG-TV and the IE Media Group YouTube Channel.
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!
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.