Tiger baseball feels the squeeze

Citrus Hill High School’s baseball team defeated San Jacinto last Thursday, 9-3 ■ By Corey Evan / Sports Reporter Baseball season is on! And as San Jacinto High School’s batters took on Citrus Hill, one could tell their competition was ready to tear up the Tigers’ baseball diamond. The visiting Hawks made it clear they…

NFL legends play football at Soboba

Young athletes learn new skills ■ By Mike Hiles / Columnist To provide opportunities for Native American youth, the NFL, USA Football and Los Angeles Rams teamed up to host a Play Football Clinic and Heads Up Football certification program, advancing player and coach development at the Soboba Indian Reservation on April 1. Johnathan Franklin…

Olympics 2017 – the Mustang way

This third annual event saw seven West Valley High School on-campus clubs compete in events they may (not) be used to ■ By Corey Evan / Sports Reporter The Olympic Games bring the entire world together every other year. Bringing the Mustang community together was the end product of the 3rd annual Mustang Olympics on…

Titans stand up to Nevada’s challengers

Tahquitz defeated Yerington from Nevada, 12-2, as part of its 2017 Baseball Invitational ■ By Corey Evan / Sports Reporter The best team in one state would be wise to train hard just in case out-of-state competitors drop by. Tahquitz did just that in preparation for Saturday afternoon’s game against Yerington High School from Yerington,…

Bulldog Swim Invitational 2017

Hemet High School invited 10 schools from across Southern California for its annual swim tournament ■ Corey Evan / Sports reporter One of the first swimming moves a youngster learns is the dog paddle. But students pulled off much more advanced moves at Hemet High School’s annual Bulldog Swim Invitational. Ten schools were present, including…

Bulldogs succumb to Puma claw marks

Hemet High’s lacrosse girls lost to Chaparral last Thursday, 12-4 ■ Corey Evan / Sports Reporter Lately, it’s been raining cats and dogs around here. That could explain why the Hemet girls lacrosse Bulldogs and the Chaparral Pumas went at it so fiercely last Thursday evening at Von Driska Field. Hemet brought in the first…

Lady Tigers fend off Big Bears

San Jacinto High School’s varsity softball handily defeated Big Bear last Thursday, 13-2 ■ Corey Evan / Sports Reporter When you live the high life, coming down can make you feel a little low. That’s what Big Bear’s varsity softball team experienced as they came down from their bear caves at 7,000 feet to do…