As the coronavirus pandemic continues, sports clubs across the country have little to celebrate. Temecula’s soccer club, Temecula FC, has not played a game since March, but a player in their youth academy is beginning to make a name for himself. At 13-years-old, James Brown is a future professional athlete. A once nationally ranked snowboarder and a stellar hockey player took his talents to Temecula FC’s club team about a year and a half ago. “You could tell right away,” Coach Ignacio Gachuzo said, speaking to Brown’s playing ability. “He is one of those kids who stands out when you watch a game.” Brandon Jantz, Temecula FC youth director and owner of the National Premier Soccer League team, said Brown “ticks most of the boxes as a player, especially one that has t
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