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JP Raineri

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JP is an award-winning multimedia journalist, and head of the Sports Department for the Valley News. Over his time in the Temecula Valley, JP, a former Southwestern League head baseball coach, was also an on-air radio personality at Q103.3, KATY 101.3, Hot 103.9, and was a television host for the Outdoor Channel. When not covering local, or national sports, JP also serves as an Associate Baseball Scout with NSR.

HS Football: Dozens of local teams suit up for Zero Week action as the...

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The first official week of high school football in California has come and gone, and it all started with Zero Week in the southwest...

Out of this world athlete recovery facility lands in Temecula, M.A.R.S. is here to...

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There is no denying that a healthy and happy athlete not only performs better but also has the ability to give time and energy to others. Without...

HS girls’ volleyball: Top local teams recognized in 2019 CIF Southern Section watch list

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As the new school year sets in and the upcoming high school girls’ volleyball season approaches, many local teams are gearing up to embrace...

High school football gets underway, Zero Week games are here

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The first official week of high school football in California begins this week with the ever so famed Zero Week games. According to the...

HS Girls’ Volleyball: Lady Pumas win Citrus Valley tournament championship

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As a means to get ready for the tough season ahead, the Lady Pumas of Chaparral High School took to the courts at Citrus...

Former Temecula Valley graduate wins Sprint-Distance National Championships

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Thousands of triathletes embarked on the National Championships for Sprint-Distance Triathlons in Cleveland earlier this month, and Travis Wood, a 2014 graduate of Temecula...

Two local riders place at USA Mountain Biking Championships

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The USA Mountain Biking Championships took place in Winter Park, Colorado, during the last weekend of July, and two local riders brought home some...