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Highland, CA, United States

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Past articles by John:

University of Redlands reinstates football coach Mike Maynard

Maynard was put on administrative leave June 6 following a social media post on the nationwide protests over African-American George Floyd’s death. → Read More

Dave Showalter was calming influence for Kaiser softball during turbulent season

Showalter stepped in to lead the Kaiser softball team after the death of head coach John ‘Spotty’ Stevens near the start of the season. → Read More

Rob Alexander hired as Oak Hills boys basketball coach

Inland high school notebook: Alexander, who has been coaching for 25-plus years, replaces Shaun Mora as head coach; Miller is making a mascot change; Upland is looking for a new athletic director. → Read More

Roger Birdsall, longtime Little League administrator, dies at 94

Roger Birdsall, if all he did was help start Little League baseball in Rialto in 1952 and serve as the Little League District 21 administrator for 45 years, would be compelling. But he did that and… → Read More

Ontario Christian sports program earns state honor

Redlands upgrades weight room; Ronnie Lott; Eisenhower’s Goodloe and Vazquez earn the 2020 Lott Scholarships → Read More

Aquinas baseball showing signs that new coach Mike Carpentier is rebuilding program

High school notebook: The first-year coach had Aguinas above .500 when the season was halted, plus recruiting updates for Yucaipa’s highly-regarded freshman football player Francis Mauigoa. → Read More

John Tyree still going strong at 81 and looking for his next coaching challenge

Tyree, 81, the former Fontana and Miller football coach, left Calexico High after last season and is now looking for his next challenge. → Read More

Chaparral linemen receive college offers

Inland high school notebook: Chaparral’s Jaden Furubotten and brothers Elia Migao and Enoka Migao received offers last week; former Fontana coach John Tyree left Calexico to coach in Texas. → Read More

Notebook: Damien’s Ben D’Aquila ready for Navy challenge

Inland high school notebook: The Damien punter was initially surprised by Navy’s interest, but now he’s excited; Stewart approved as Big Bear’s football coach. → Read More

Volunteers will miss Little League tradition as much as players

Cancellation of Regional Tournament in San Bernardino became reality on Thursday → Read More

Charlie Richards stepping down as Woodcrest Christian athletic director

High school notebook: Richards spent 36 years as the school’s athletic director; former Cajon and Damien basketball standout Jarred Hyder is transferring to Cal. → Read More

San Bernardino’s Ernesto Martinez is Keith Hubbs Award winner

High school notebook: Martinez was a four-sport standout who also excelled in the classroom; other school winners also announced. → Read More

Notebook: Inland region represented well on all-time high school football list

It’s list time now for many high school sports media outlets, given there’s no sports due to the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Etiwanda junior Jahmai Mashack receiving a lot of attention from college basketball programs

Notebook: Mashack is being heavily recruited by several schools, including UCLA and Cal; Davieon Gambo has left the Jurupa Hills football program. → Read More

Overall Hubbs awards ceremony affected by pandemic

There will be no overall Hubbs winners or banquet due to the premature end to spring sports. → Read More

Excelsior Charter’s Jesse Vasquez is the Sun/Bulletin boys wrestler of the year

Vasquez became the first Southern California boys wrestler to win four state championships. → Read More

Arroyo Valley baseball’s history-making start halted by coronavirus stoppage

SAN BERNARDINO >> Arroyo Valley High School was locked up tight on a recent morning. A padlocked gate greeted visitors. As a cement truck rumbled by and a 50-something man jogged with a pit b… → Read More

Santiago’s Autumn Thompkins starting to thrive after some adversity

The junior recently helped the Sharks win the CIF-SS Division 1 girls soccer championship. → Read More

Torrance girls soccer defeats Bloomington in PKs to win Division IV regional title

Senior Keri Tanaka provides the winning penalty kick in the tiebreaker to give Torrance the regional title. → Read More

Notebook: Norco, Yucaipa, Murrieta Mesa softball teams perfect at SoCal’s Best

Area high school notebook. → Read More