Vintage Volleyball offers more than excercise

Vintage Volleyball offers girls ages 12-18 the chance to develop volleyball skills and personal character and perhaps earn a college education. “Volleyball is a sport second only to soccer in popularity,” said Dennis Palapllatoc, head coach and mentor.Vintage Volleyball has both traveling competitive teams and local recreation teams. The traveling teams compete in Southern California […]

Southwest Soccer

Murrieta Valley has an elite soccer organization that has highly competitive players and professional coaches. The Southwest Soccer Club features players that are at the top of their league. They play on the 44-acre John Blanche Soccer Complex in Murrieta.Khaled Al-Shafie is the coach of the boys under-19 and the girls under-eleven. The girls director […]

Core skills are learned in the Murrieta Youth Soccer League

The Murrieta Youth Soccer League has 112 teams and 1,300 kids participating locally. Rob Hawkes is the coach of an under-10 coed team and an under-12 coed team. “We have a recreational program as well as a select program,” said Hawkes.The recreational program teaches core skills. The select teams are more competitive and play club […]

Golden Bears fall to Fallbrook Warriors

The Fallbrook Warriors pleased their home crowd Friday with a come-from-behind 30-20 victory over Temecula Valley. The Warriors recorded their first win of the young season and improved their record to 1-2.Despite a 14-7 deficit in the first quarter, Fallbrook outscored Temecula Valley 23-6 the rest of the game. After getting blown out the first […]

Lake Elsinore pulls out of stadium deal

The Lake Elsinore City Council decided to back out of a deal to sell The Diamond in Lake Elsinore to a Temecula investment company at Monday night’s council meeting. In a closed-door meeting, the city council voted unanimously to terminate the agreement with Impact Investments of Temecula.Lake Elsinore City Attorney, Barbara Leibold, said after the […]

Golden Bears outplay Cougars in year’s first game

As the crowd poured into the Temecula Valley High School football stadium, a certain sense of excitement and unity seemed to fill the air. The Golden Bear cheer squad and band roared onto the field, signaling the start of the first game of the regular season for varsity football. Students, visitors, parents, and residential supporters […]

Play ball!

The Murrieta Valley Girls Softball Association held Opening Day ceremonies at Cal Oaks Sports Park in Murrieta this past Saturday, September 11. The 350 youth signed up for the fall season played softball and had a great time. The Opening Day ceremonies began with a prayer in remembrance of September 11, 2001. There were pictures, […]

Cooper third in CNFR bulldogging

Temecula Valley High School graduate Clint Cooper was third in the Steer Wrestling average at a recent College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR).Cooper, who also won the short go-round at the college finals, had an average (aggregate) of 23.0 seconds on four head. He also placed 13th in the Calf Roping at the rodeo held in […]

Charity golf tourney set

HUGS, a foster family agency, will hold a golf tournament fundraiser at 1 p.m. on Oct. 1 at the Temecula Golf Club in Temecula.Friends, family, business owners and community members are invited to help with the fundraising efforts with a day of golf, fun, prizes and more.All the proceeds benefit foster children, and business owners […]

Infant and toddler activity class

The Lake Community Center offers an infant and toddler activity class called “Ready, Set, Grow.” This class is a parent-and-child class, with two classes for walkers and pre-walkers ages 3-36 months. Activities include playing with mats, tunnels, balls, parachutes, music and more.Class is on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10 a.m. for infants and 11 a.m. […]