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U.S. Baseball Academy, which operates a national network of affordable hitting, pitching, catching, fielding and baserunning camps for players in grades 1 through 12...
Senior Courtney Coleman scored 24 points as the Yucaipa girls basketball team defeated Citrus Belt...
In naming Margella Elad his school's 2014 Girls Ken Hubbs Award winner, Aquinas High athletic...
Colton High School football star undeterred by adversity, verbally commits to Chadron State College in Nebraska
Suffering an injury as an athlete may have serious repercussions. Just ask LaVonte Wilson. The 18-year-old...
After blowing the lead with two and half minutes left in regulation, San Bernardino Valley...
INLAND EMPIRE 66ERS
Despite battling a kidney infection, Makayla Miller pitched South Snohomish (Washington) to a 3-0 win against Olivehurst-Linda to claim the Little League Softball West...
It was win or go home for Burbank Little League at the West Region softball tournament and they weren’t ready to go home. The 11...
Tamera Harris will run track in college, was an All CIF softball player in high school but will no longer play basketball her favorite...
Families and Friends of Murder Victims (FFMV) Incorporated director Rose Madsen saw no end to her devastation and pain caused by the murder of...
San Gorgonio High School's nominee for the 2015 Ken Hubbs Award as athlete of the year, Lucia Jimenez learned the fabled "Pyramid of Success"...
Jonathan Suarez could have signed a professional soccer contract and left Fontana High School instead sticking around for his senior year to play high...
Carlos Aguirre Garcia is at a difficult but productive point in his 18-year-old life. The two-time league champion and Ken Hubbs Award nominee from...
City of San Bernardino - Outstanding Student Athletes
For 10-year-old Kaleb Duran, golfing is more than just whacking a ball across the green. “I take it seriously,” Kaleb said, after driving the ball...
Area youngsters were given their 15 minutes of fame recently when the Southern California PGA Foundation filmed a segment at the Boys and Girls...
Golfers hitting the green at Shandin Hills Golf Club recently did more than put the day away - they teed off in support of...
Just last month, the Inland Empire Future Leaders (IEFL) program held its 30th leadership conference in Idyllwild. They are quickly planning and raising funds...
Newspaper, television and radio news reporters once flocked into the clubhouse of the Colton Golf Club on Valley near Riverside Avenue. First known as...
Elizabeth Rosas went to Colton High School her first two years and decided to go the new Grand Terrace High for her junior and...
Despite being four-time All-CIF, four-time Citrus Belt League MVP and three-time CBL doubles champion, Shyamlee Nanda is not the best tennis player in her...
Jacob Lopez overcame a lot to pin his 195-pound Yucaipa High School opponent in Carter's first Citrus Belt League wrestling match in five years....
Cal State Dominguez Hills-bound Jalesha Love relied on lessons learned from her Golden Valley Middle School volleyball coach Charles Tetlock to help create her...
Two weeks after having successful heart diagnostic surgeries, Cajon High School track star Eduardo Cintron bounced back in amazing form to win the Citrus...
Aquinas High School sophomore Uche Ohaeri became involved with sports at the tender age of 8. The youngest of five children, Uche grew up...
One of southern California’s most celebrated tracks is located in the midst of the Inland...
Flips, handstands and plenty of throttle had Jonathan Arana, 25, looking up in amazement and...