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JP Raineri

JP Raineri
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JP is an award-winning journalist at the Valley News, where he is the Sports Editor. As a media professional, he is also an On-Air Personalty that can be heard on the airwaves at 101.3 The Mix (KATY-FM) as well as Hot 103.9 (KHTI-FM).

Temecula speech pathologist makes semifinal round of 2020 Ms. Health and Fitness competition

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It has been a wild ride for Temecula resident Givona Sandiford Sapp, Ph.D., who not only took first place in the group round of...

Murrieta’s Heo wins Toyota Tour Cup at Arrowood

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The SCPGA Junior Tour has been hosting events, and earlier in September, the Toyota Tour Cup got a break from the heat down at...

LA28 kicks off journey to 2028 with platform of inclusion and limitless possibility for...

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Launching the official journey to the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Los Angeles, LA28 recently unveiled the new LA28 Olympic and Paralympic Games...

CIF Southern Section high school sports update

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The CIF Southern Section offices released their latest updates regarding high school sports recently, and as August leaves and September begins, there have hopefully...

Temecula’s SoCal Union FC makes an impact for female soccer players

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A recent soccer blog, IE Soccer, created by Salvador Torres, recently featured an interview with the owner of an amateur women’s team in Temecula...

Funding for UC Riverside sports rapidly declining amid coronavirus pandemic

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It was announced recently that University of California Riverside administration has discussed eliminating competitive sports because of their rapidly declining funding due to the...

Temecula resident needs your vote to reach next level of Ms. Health and Fitness...

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Late last month, Temecula resident, Dr. Givona Sandiford Sapp, took first place in the group round of the national online Ms. Health and Fitness...

Michelle’s Place 19th annual Celebration of Life golf tournament hits Murrieta with success

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With golf being one of the first amenities for sports enthusiasts to get back in their lives amid the coronavirus pandemic, tournaments have been...

NCAA considers a winter cross-country season starting in January for Division 1 athletes

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There is good news emerging for local collegiate cross-country athletes. In the wake of the NCAA Cross Country Championships being canceled in the fall...

Temecula’s Brantly traded to Yankees in cash deal

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The San Francisco Giants dealt catcher Rob Brantly to the Yankees recently, in exchange for cash considerations. Brantly, who was part of the Opening...

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