• Los Angeles Times on MSN.com
    AJ Anzai threw a complete game and also contributed two hits. Laguna Beach 11, Katella 1: Nolan Smith had three hits to help Laguna Beach improve to 6-0. Corona 3, Temecula Valley 1: Damian Torres struck out four and walked none in a complete game. Etiwanda 4, Claremont 2: Armando Briseno and Jack Holman hit home runs for the Eagles.
  • The Press-Enterprise
    San Dimas: USC-bound middle infielder has 82 hits over past two years. Caden Szuba, Sr., Temescal Canyon: Five-tool outfielder hit .429 with 26 steals as a junior. David Vizcaino, Sr., Don Lugo: Went 6-1 with a 1.14 ERA on the mound; also a top hitter. James Wambold, Sr., Temecula Valley: Cal State Fullerton-bound pitcher went 6-3 in 2019.
  • You can love something passively. But hate? Now there’s an emotion. Hate must be active. Basketball hate got a guy to drive to Temecula. Now, baseball hate is going to get people to drive to freakin’ Anaheim. There’s a reason scripted wrestling leagues choose not to create large groups of friendly wrestlers who respect each other deeply ...
  • Los Angeles Times on MSN.com
    Crespi 7, Westlake 1: Nico Azpilcueta hit a home run and had three RBIs and Dylan Jacobs struck out five in 4 2/3 innings of scoreless relief. Temecula Valley 9, Loyola 7: Ryan Hadeen finished with three hits for Temecula Valley. Brendan Nolta had three RBIs for Loyola. Harvard-Westlake 6, King 6: The game ended in a tie because of darkness.
  • Orange County Register
    All three Open Division pool-play wins were away games for Mater Dei: 65-58 in overtime at Centennial of Corona, 76-71 over Rancho Christian of Temecula and 65-46 over Harvard-Westlake of Studio City. Point guard Devin Askew (6-4) has been outstanding in the playoffs. He scored 43 points, shooting 14 for 18 from the floor, in the win over ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    The Huntington Beach High, Laguna Beach and Newport Harbor boys’ volleyball teams advanced to the semifinals of the Tesoro Tournament on Saturday. Laguna Beach earned wins over Temecula Great Oak (25-5, 25-10), Capistrano Valley (25-8, 25-11) and Long Beach Wilson (25-21, 25-20) in pool play. In the Round of 16, the Breakers beat Northwood ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Kira Anderson finished with three goals, and the Costa Mesa High girls’ water polo team advanced to its first CIF Southern Section title match by beating Temecula Valley 8-4 in a Division 5 semifinal Wednesday at Temecula Chaparral High. The top-seeded Mustangs (24-6) will play No. 2 Whittier California in the final Saturday at Irvine’s ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    The teams played last month in the second round of the America’s Finest City Tournament in San Diego, and King pulled out an 11-9 victory. — Costa Mesa 8, Temecula Valley 4: The Golden Bears’ bid to reach the section finals came up short against top-seeded Costa Mesa in a Division 5 semifinal. Temecula Valley (17-9) found itself in a tie ...
  • Orange County Register
    With everyone on the roster recuperated from illness and injury, Mater Dei has road wins in its first two Open Division pool-play games: 66-58 in overtime over second-seeded Centennial of Corona, 76-71 over third-seeded Rancho Christian of Temecula.
  • Daily Herald
    "All four have been training at high levels with their club teams and will be ready to step in and compete." Allen, a 5-8 libero from Temecula, Calif., was 78th on PrepVolleyball's Senior Ace list and four-time All-Southwestern League honoree. In club play, Allen finished in the top three twice at the USAV Junior National Championships.