Southeast Riverside County All-Stars win 3rd annual Riverside Sheriff’s Association football game

Chaparral High School’s Brock White
Chaparral High School’s Brock White runs for yardage for the Southeast team that defeated the Northwest team, 23-7, in the Riverside Sheriff’s Association high school All-Star football game Saturday, Jan. 18. Valley News/Jerry Soifer photo
It’s that time of year when All-Star football games are plentiful for local high school football stars who get to continue to showcase their talent. The third annual Riverside Sheriff’s Association All-Star football game at Citrus Hill High took place Saturday, Jan. 18, and it was the Southeast Riverside County Prep All-Stars that defeated the Northwest stars 23-7.It was a cold night in the Inland Empire, but when all was said and done, the energy wasn’t about winning or losing as players from both teams proudly displayed their awards after the game, hung out with teammates, families and friends who all made their way down to the field.“It feels amazing,” Southeast linebacker Elijah Robinson, the game’s most valuable player from Citrus Hill High School, said. “We had
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