Saints 2023 Summer Bucket List
As hot summer days quickly approach, San Dimas Saints wonder what to do with their sun filled break. The Saint Scroll is here to give out 10 summer bucket list ideas to fill your long days with some fun. 1. Go to the beach and end the day with a...
NY Boulders Defeat Empire State Greys, 5-2, to Open Three-Game Home Series
In Frontier League Baseball…the New York Boulders started a three game home series against the Empire State Greys at Clover Stadium in Pomona last night. The Boulders jumped on the board quickly, early in the first inning…. And that was Seth Cantor with the call on the Boulders Broadcast...
Watch: Notre Dame’s Jaden Mickey gives back to California community
For many Notre Dame athletes, it’s not just about what you can accomplish on the field, it’s off the field as well. Second-year cornerback jaden mickey does exactly that. He’s coming off a season where he was able to earn his way onto the field, registering 9 tackles, with expectations growing about his on-field success especially after an interception during the Blue and Gold game.
West Covina, May 30 High School Baseball⚾ Game Notice
The Centennial High School - Bakersfield baseball team will have a game with South Hills High School on May 30, 2023, 16:00:00 CST.
The Saints Management Team Takes 3rd Place at Nationals
On May 4, 2023, the San Dimas High School Pro Start Management team made history. Five Saints represented California at Nationals in Washington D.C, competing against 50 other states. The Saints placed third in the nation at National Title at The National ProStart Invitational against some of the toughest competition.
OC high school softball teams open CIF Southern California Regionals this week
Fullerton players are introduced at the CIF Division 4 finals vs. Foothill. (Photo: Fernando M. Donado, For OC Sports Zone). Five Orange County high school softball teams have been selected for the CIF Southern California Regional Championships that begin Tuesday, May 30. Semifinal games are Thursday, June 1 and the...
Hoey Wins Visit Knoxville Open, Nears PGA Tour Card
Rico Hoey sank a 15-foot birdie putt on the final hole Sunday to win the Visit Knoxville Open by one stroke and move into second place on the Korn Ferry Tour points list. The victory positions the 27-year-old Hoey, a native of Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., to earn his PGA Tour card for the first time at the end of this season.
Titans Headed to Stanford for NCAA Regional
FULLERTON, Calif. – The Cal State Fullerton Titans earned their 41st bid to the NCAA Tournament Monday when they were selected as the No. 3 seed in the Stanford Regional. Fullerton is back in the NCAA postseason for the first time since 2018. The last two times the Titans were in a regional (2017 & 2018) they were sent to the Stanford Regional, and both times they advanced to the Super Regionals.
Becoming a top rookie in the pool
The Riverside City College women’s swim and dive and water polo teams consist of Centennial High School alumni every year. But this year, a top rookie became the top performer. Freshman swimmer and water polo defender Jessie Nelson hails from Corona, CA. She went from being a Huskie to...
Fontana success story: Here's a salute to David Williams
“Somebody help Billy get back up on his feet,” said Fontana High School football line coach Walt O’Farrell. In 1967-68, my senior year at Fohi, I was the starting offensive right guard for the Steeler football team. Early in the pre-season, Coach Renfro and the line coaches, Dominic...
Commitment Feature: Devon Eskridge
Many Apache athletes have committed to a special college for their sport. One of these athletes is none other than Arcadia High School (AHS) senior Varsity Baseball player Devon Eskridge. Devon Eskridge has committed to California State University San Marcos to further pursue his academics and love for baseball. Devon...
Fear of failure in athletes
With the 2022-2023 school year coming to an end, the West Covina athletic program will soon start their off-season practices. Fall, winter, and spring athletes will practice throughout summer in order to prepare freshmen and upperclassmen for their seasons. Athletes practice tirelessly – taking over summers, spring breaks and Thanksgiving, and even Christmas breaks; athletes spend the majority of their time getting ready for season. With so much time spent on getting better at athletics, having this fear of failure, impacts athletes greatly.
Angels Baseball Foundation Adopts Acacia School
The Angels Baseball Foundation, in partnership with OC Waste & Recycling, announced its adoption of Acacia School for the 2022-23 school year. The partnership between the Angels Baseball Foundation and Acacia School aims to support the school’s educational programs and enhance the learning experience of its students. Acacia School was identified as one of five schools in Orange County chosen for this special designation.
Leopards Force Game 3 Winner-Takes-All
MARSHALL, TX - The University of La Verne Leopards took on the Panthers of ETBU today in game 2 of the NCAA Super Regionals. It was a fast start for ETBU, who took an early 4-0 lead out of the first inning. In the fourth inning, the Leopards loaded the...
CMS are national champions again
The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women’s tennis team won its second straight national title on May 17, defeating the University of Chicago, 5-3, at the NCAA Division III national team tournament at the United States Tennis Association’s National Campus in Florida. It was the second time in two years CMS defeated...
La Verne Evened Super Regional at 1-1 After Saturday’s 9-8 Victory, But East Texas Baptist Claims Series w/14-6 Win in Game Three
The University of La Verne’s magical run in 2023 came to an end some 1,559 miles from home on Saturday. But not without putting up a fight. After getting thumped (9-1) in the best-of-three Super Regional opener on Friday, the Leopards found themselves trailing 5-0 in the bottom of the fourth inning at East Texas Baptist University.
Claremont’s Freedom 5,000 race set for July 1
The City of Claremont and Claremont High School Cross-Country Boosters will host the 2023 Claremont Village Freedom 5,000 race, a family-friendly run and walk through the streets of Claremont, on Saturday, July 1. The event begins at Memorial Park and features a 1K kids fun run for ages 12 and...
Our high school athletes of the season, spring 2023
Honors for the Courier’s athletes of the spring 2023 season go to Claremont High School senior boys swim captain Roman Savage, CHS junior track and field runner L’Mio Edwards, Webb freshman single tennis player Morgan Qiu, and Gauls freshman track and field runner Nicole Samson. CHS boys: Roman...
Letter to the Editor: Fontana High School's pool is in poor condition
Parents and students are having a dilemma about the poor condition of Fontana High School’s pool. Past meetings with the district and the school about the importance of investing in athletics as a deterrent from drugs has had little effect on the action of improving one of the most outstanding group of athletes at the school — the aquatics team (consisting of water polo and swim).
High school sports roundup: May 26, 2023
Boys tennis (13-2) Results from the May 18 CIF Southern Section Individual Sectionals prelims at Andulka Park Tennis Center: Claremont singles players Caleb Settles (Palomares League champion) and D.J. Brownlee (Palomares League runner-up) were awarded byes in the first round. In the second, Caleb bested Yucca Valley’s Ryder Hermansen (Desert...
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