Golden Bears best Murrieta Valley Nighthawks

The future of Temecula’s girls basketball put on a display last Friday night as the Temecula Valley Golden Bears hosted the Murrieta Valley Nighthawks in a junior varsity show-down. Fast action and discipline were at the forefront as the Golden Bears improved to 17-3. The match opened with tentative passing, but after only a few […]

Wolfpack devours Lions

Defense was the name of the game last Friday, Jan. 14, when Great Oaks High School’s Wolfpack defeated the Linfield Christian Lions at home, 44-34, in boys basketball — but the real story behind the defense was determination. The contest was a grueling one from the outset, when the first quarter was comprised mostly of […]

Lake Elsinore native Tom Malone opts to stay at USC

Not only does USC keep their Heisman-winning arm in Matt Leinart, Pete Carroll says he’s staying — and now they have the added advantage of keeping one of the best punters in college football for another year. Lake Elsinore native and Temescal Canyon High School graduate Tom Malone has stated that he intends to return […]

Lake Elsinore resident brings home gold

Lake Elsinore resident Rod Hefington brought home two gold medals from the US National Tae Kwon Do Championships held recently in Colorado Springs, CO. Starting at the early age of 5, Rod began a lifetime of Martial Arts training. By the age of 10 Rod had won his first national title and then held that […]

Flag football sign-ups set

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest County have opened registration for its co-ed flag football league. The league will be open to all boys and girls grades three, six and eight. All games will be played on Saturday mornings in Temecula. The registration fee is $80 per member. Any participant who is a non-member […]

Valley Sports Review 1/14/2005

This week, Vista Murrieta’s Boys Varsity basketball team defeats Paloma Valley, 63-50. On the mats, Rancho Verdes wrestlers won the 112, 130, & 145 lbs. matches, while Vista Murrieta wins the 125 and 152 lbs. matches. School Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final Paloma Valley (Menifee) 11 8 16 15 50 Vista Murrieta (Murrieta) 19 16 […]

Blue Hole consumes Tigers

When the Elsinore Tigers played host to the Temescal Canyon Titans last Friday night, they were met with more than a spirited team. In their 79-58 victory, the Titans brought their winning record, physical play, and enough fans wearing “Blue Hole” shirts to fill one corner of the Elsinore gym. The Tigers won the tip-off, […]

Morales becomes manager/director of Fallbrook sports park

Temecula resident Kevin Morales is the new manager/director of theIngold Family Sports Park in Fallbrook. “This is a different opportunity in life,” Morales noted. “I really amvery flattered that they would hire me.” The Fallbrook Sports Association, which operates the sports park, hiredMorales to run the park in October. “This is a new thing for […]

Booster Club seeks used cell phones

Fundraising and recycling are at the heart of an effort by a local girls basketball team as its players, coaches and supporters prepare to ask for donated phones. The Murrieta Valley Girls Basketball Boooster Club, in conjunction with the American Cellular Donation Organization (ACDO), a nonprofit organization based in Michigan, has launched a cell phone […]