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Opinion: Citrus Valley swimming has their best season in history with freshman dominating Varsity

By EMILY WALOS Hours, upon hours had been working towards this moment. In second place for 2019 CBL girls, “Redlands High School.” There was only one school still standing, “your 2019 CBL champions are… Citrus Valley!” For the past nine years, Citrus Valley’s swimming has been inferior to its city rivals of Redlands East Valley […]

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Redlands East Valley’s Madison Ferrao commits to Wagner College

By MIRIAM YORDANOS From Redlands, California to Staten Island, New York, Redlands East Valley senior Madison Ferrao has committed to continue her education and softball career at Wagner College. Maintaining a 3.5 GPA or above each year, volunteering at an animal shelter and receiving many notable awards and recognitions in sports, Ferrao created quite the […]

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Angels may move to Long Beach stadium

By EMILY BLOMQUIST The local Los Angeles Angels are rumored to be moving locations in their 2028 season. During the month of October, the Angels decided to not renew their lease that was supposed to continue through 2029 in their current stadium, according to ESPN. They will, however, proceed to play in their classic stadium […]

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Gold Cup announcement brings new changes and fresh faces to the tournament

By RICARDO RAMOS The Gold Cup is quickly approaching, and it is now known who have qualified for the cup competition. The football (or American soccer) tournament will feature 16 teams instead of the usual 12, competing for the biennial trophy. This highly anticipated tournament is bringing both newcomers and veteran teams into the competition. […]

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