HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS ACTION

The Twentynine Palms Varsity Wildcats Football team went on the road to play Indian Springs High School in San Bernardino Friday night and brought back a hard fought 27-21 victory. Coach Ernest Martinez said defensive standouts on the night were junior linebackers Arlen Myers, Andrew Wilson, and Kyle Hope. The

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS

The Yucca Valley High School Lady Trojans hosted the Lady Broncos from Banning on Thursday. The varsity team won 3-0. Coach Matt Jennings said outstanding players were senior Ashley Priest, with 11 kills, two blocks, 10 for 12 serving; senior Haley Rayburn with three kills, 10 for 11 serving; junior

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS

Coming up in high school sports tomorrow, the Yucca Valley High School cross-county team will travel to Irvine to compete in the Woodbridge Invitational starting at 5 p.m.

The Yucca Valley High School volleyball team will travel away to Cathedral City, with the first match starting at 4:30.

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS

The Yucca Valley High School Lady Trojans Volleyball Team hosted the Lady Rajas from Indio High School Tuesday. The varsity team won 3 sets to 1 Coach Matt Jennings said the attack was led by senior Ashley Priest with 16 kills and seven blocks; senior Haley Rayburn added four kills

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS

In high school sports, the Yucca Valley High School girls’ varsity tennis team beat Twentynine Palms yesterday, 10-8. Girls’ varsity tennis Coach Cindy Miller said outstanding players in doubles were Aimee Frank and Cionne Lonergan; Dawn Rich and Moriah Goddard; and Christa Jenkins and Aislinn Gueltzow. In singles, Carrie Scofield

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: FOOTBALL SCORES, SCHEDULES

The Yucca valley High School Varsity Trojan football team lost against Indio Friday night, 43-13. Coach Andrew Amosa said the team racked up over 350 yards on offense, improving each week they have played. The offense line played great and helped Creston Cole rush for 184 yards. Tommy Gieger had

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS TOMORROW

Coming up in high school sports tomorrow, the Twentynine Palms High School tennis team will play Yucca Valley in Twentynine Palms. First serve is at 3:15.

The Joshua Springs Christian School volleyball team will travel away to play Nuview Bridge; the match begins at 3:15.

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS; SCORES AND SCHEDULES

The Twentynine Palms High School Lady ’Cats Volleyball team lost to the Lions in three sets Wednesday. Coach Missy Franz said the team was lead by sophomore Tatiyanna Mackall with four kills and two blocks. Senior Hanna Beard and junior Courtney Stanford had three kills each. Koko Caberera had eight

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS

The Yucca Valley High School freshman volleyball team travelled to Valley View High School in Moreno valley Monday. In the team’s first contest of the season they came out with a win. Head Coach Beth Harmon is looking forward to seeing them improve as the season goes on.

Coming up

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TWENTYNINE PALMS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL HOLDS ON FOR FIRST SEASON WIN

The Yucca Valley High School Trojans fought hard against Rowland High School and improved on all aspects of game from two weeks ago, said Coach Andrew Amosa. The offense was led by Creston Cole with 20 carries for 120 yards and a touchdown. Tommy Gieger added 26 yards of rushing

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS ACTION

Wednesday, the Twentynine Palms High School Lady Cats Volleyball team won against Cathedral City in three sets. Standouts in the game were Latasia Benevente with seven kills and two ace serves; Courtney Stanford had six kills, two ace serves, and Tatiyanna Mackall had four kills, two blocks, and three ace

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YUCCA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL AND TENNIS RESULTS

The Yucca Valley High School Lady Trojan volleyball teams hosted the Lady Tigers from San Jacinto Wednesday in a pre-season match. The varsity team lost 0-3 sets. Coach Matt Jennings said the team put up some impressive numbers being led by senior Ashley Priest with two kills and three blocks;

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TWENTYNINE PALMS HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL BEATS CATHEDRAL CITY

The Twentynine Palms High School Lady Cat volleyball team defeated the Cathedral City Lions in three sets, 23-16, 25-19,25-24 last night. Lady Cats were led by junior Latvia Benevente with seven kills and two ace serves, followed by junior Courtney Stamford with six kills and two ace serves, and sophomore

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCHEDULES

Coming up in high school sports tomorrow, the Twentynine Palms High School Lady Cat tennis and volleyball teams will travel away to Indio to play the Lady Rajahs. Tennis starts at 3:15; volleyball at 4:30. The Wildcat cross-country team will participate in the September Sizzle meet in Palm Springs tomorrow,

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TWENTYNINE PALMS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL IN SCRIMMAGE GAME

In high school football, the Twentynine Palms Varsity Wildcats football team traveled to Temple City High School Friday night to participate in a scrimmage event. The two team event lasted for an hour and a half, with both teams running approximately 35 offensive plays. The Wildcats will now prepare for

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCHEDULES

Coming up in high school sports tomorrow, the Yucca Valley High School Lady Trojan volleyball team will host San Jacinto High School Tigers at home. First serve is at 4:30.

LOCAL HIGH SCHOOLS FACE MORE COMPETITION, LESS PLAYOFF BERTHS

As our local high school football season gets underway, the De Anza League is expanding with a new team, but fewer play-off berths. Rancho Mirage is joining Twentynine Palms, Yucca Valley, Big Bear, Shadow Hills, Desert Hot Springs and Desert Mirage in a scramble for just two automatic play-off berths

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCHEDULES

Coming up in high school sports tonight, the Joshua Springs Lightning football team will host Spring Mountain School at home tonight. Kick off is at 7 p.m.

In high school sports tomorrow, the Yucca Valley cross-country team will participate in the UCSB Invitational meet.

MANDATORY TWENTYNINE PALMS HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE MEETING THURSDAY NIGHT

Attention Twentynine Palms High Student Athletes – There will be a parent and student athlete meeting for fall sports Thursday, August 28, at 7:00 p.m. in the Wildcat Gym. If you are participating in girls’ tennis, volleyball, football, or cross-country, you and a parent or guardian must attend. If you

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FOOTBALL INJURY BILL WOULD AFFECT LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES

A new state bill, designed to reduce brain injuries and concussions, should soon be signed into law. Local school officials say they have already been using the proposed standards… Seeking to reduce brain injuries and concussions, the legislature has passed a bill to become effective January 1, 2015, limiting full-contact

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