San Jacinto’s Defending CIF Champion wrestler, Arturo Ojeda Jr. dominated over the holiday break. Where most people see it as a time off,
Are we putting too much "Performance Pressure" on young athletes? A lot of parents start their kids off in sports at a very young age, with intentions of giving
Mountain Pass League Defensive Player of the Year, Kameron Rocha has elected to take his talents to Northern California to play Defensive Back at Sacramento State next year. Sac State swooped in and offered Rocha a full-ride athletic scholarship and he signed on the dotted line. At times this year, Kameron Rocha proved that his talent was on another level when compared to the other High School athletes on the field.
Local Mixed Martial-Arts (MMA) fighter and West Valley Alumni Jared Vanderaa put on a clinic at the most recent smash global event. His opponent was Tony Lopez, a true veteran of the sport with 61 wins and 30 losses on his record. From the moment the first-round bell rang, Vanderaa dominated the fight, landing jabs, leg kicks, and putting together three and four punch combos.
In the Boys division, Citrus Hill has found themselves on top with a 6-4 record. Beaumont is right behind them with a 7-5 record. West Valley is in third place, their record 5-8. Behind them is San Jacinto High: they have 3 wins and 6 losses on the season so far. Hemet is sitting with a 3-7 record. Tahquitz is in the back of the division with a 0-11 record.
Pro Way is the number one off-season training program for football players. It gives them an opportunity to extend their season by competing
Juan Denny Sr. from Pro Way Inland Valley hosted a free football skills camp/evaluations at MSJC last weekend. Juan had two camps