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East County teams fall in Little League showdowns
by Mary York
20 Jul 2018 at 12:23pm

The Cajon de Oro 10-12 Little League All-Stars were eliminated from Little League World Series contention after falling to District 42 powerhouse Park View in the Section 7 championship game on Tuesday night.

CDO won two games at the section playoffs, defeating District 66 champ, Lemon Grove Little League, twice, by scores of 9-6 and 11-10, in a pair of neighborhood thrillers at Chula Vista American Little League.

The semifinal between the local squads had fans in both stands on edge.

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Valdiviezo wins short go at Bulls Only XX
by Mary York
20 Jul 2018 at 12:20pm

Jorge Valdiviezo won the short go and the $3,000 bonus at the Optimist Bulls Only Rodeo XX competition July 13-14 at the Lakeside Rodeo Grounds.

Valdiviezo, who is originally from the Baja California town of La Mision and now lives in San Antonio, Texas, complemented his 76-point ride in the second go-round with an 82-point score in the short go.

“I feel glad to be here,” Valdiviezo said.

Menifee cowboy Tommy Denny won the first go-round with a score of 76 points on Making Moves, who was provided by Porterville stock contractor Evan Matthews. 

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Summer league sets the stage for hotly contested high school boys water polo ...
by Mary York
19 Jul 2018 at 4:58pm

The race for this year’s Grossmont Hills League boys water polo championship appears to be hotly contested. Front-runners include the Valhalla Norsemen, Grossmont Foothillers and Steele Canyon Cougars.

Valhalla won last year’s league title while Grossmont captured the San Diego Section Division I championship.

“All three teams return a lot of players, so the league title should be closely contested,” veteran Valhalla coach Kent Houston said.

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Alpine residents come together after fire
by Mary York
18 Jul 2018 at 11:29am

At a lonely McDonald’s off Alpine Boulevard, State Farm agent Eric Andersen met with his clients to discuss their options on Monday, July 9, 2018, just a day after the West Fire swept through the community and burned down their home.

Andersen’s office is in La Mesa, so driving up towards the charred canyons of Alpine, he said, left him with some trepidation.

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Cajon de Oro Little League wins its second straight title, teams rally behind...
by Mary York
11 Jul 2018 at 12:12pm

The Cajon de Oro Little League 11-12 All-Stars won the District 41 championship over West Hills Little League, 6-2, at Fletcher Hills on Monday night, July 9, 2018.

Tait Karlson pitched five innings for CDO to earn the victory.

West Hills led early behind a run from Brendon Lewis, but CDO got a two-run single in the bottom of the first by Evan Theim to take the lead.

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Homegrown rugby talent propelling first-year San Diego Legion to success
by Mary York
11 Jul 2018 at 12:10pm

Major League Rugby will conclude its inaugural season with its 2018 championship match July 7 at the University of San Diego’s Torero Stadium.

It has been a debut season filled with much expectation and reward, especially for the San Diego Legion, one of the league’s seven first-year franchises.

The Legion recorded its highlight moment of the season last Saturday after handing the previously undefeated Glendale Raptors a stinging 33-5 defeat in front of a boisterous crowd at Torero Stadium.

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The last passing league tournament of summer makes way for the official start...
by Mary York
11 Jul 2018 at 12:07pm

The 2018 high school football season is a lot closer than the casual observer might think.

Fall training camps open as early as July 25 for some schools. The first regular season games are scheduled Aug. 17, with scrimmage games held the week prior to that.

In the meantime, seven-on-seven passing tournaments have heated up the summer as teams prepare to get into preseason mode.

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A divine watchmaker, a serpent in the desert
by Mary York
11 Jul 2018 at 11:49am

Let us think about the task of producing a working watch for a moment.

Our first step would require planning, design and blueprints. Only then could we design and create the machines to forge and produce each individual part needed to assemble a watch.  All of the miniature springs, gears and movements will have to be designed and built to extreme tolerances. Now supposing we take all these brand new parts and throw them out into a field. How many millions of years of evolution would go by before they accidentally assemble themselves into a functional watch?

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Rodeo grounds provides shelter from fire dangers for Alpine livestock
by Mary York
11 Jul 2018 at 10:29am

Neighbors helping neighbors is the essence of community. 

The Lakeside Rodeo/El Capitan Stadium Association opened their facility to house horses, alpacas, goats and miniature horses from the heat, smoke and other dangers caused in Alpine by the West Fire, which began on Friday, July 6. 

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McNeil takes two of three Tuff Trucks races
by Mary York
3 Jul 2018 at 10:56am

The San Diego County Fair had three days of Open Tuff Trucks racing competition June 22-24, and El Cajon driver Jason McNeil won two of those races.

Each driver was given four runs on the Del Mar Arena course and the fastest run constituted the driver’s official time.

McNeil had a winning time of 34.59 seconds June 22 with Norco’s Sean Kepler placing second at 36.05 seconds.

The June 23 racing ended with McNeil having the fastest run of the day at 38.478 seconds and second-place Jacob Andrew of Wisconsin finishing the course in 38.812 seconds.

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Former Granite Hills, SDSU baseball standout Verdon signs with MLB Detroit Ti...
by Mary York
3 Jul 2018 at 10:34am

The San Diego State University baseball team provided quite a few highlights throughout the 2018 season, tops among them were winning the Mountain West Conference tournament championship and earning a berth in the NCAA Division I regionals.

East County product Jordan Verdon was among several Aztecs rewarded during the team’s championship run.

The former Granite Hills High School standout was one of three SDSU players to earn first team All-Mountain West honors, joining teammates Chase Calabuig, a senior outfielder, and junior right-handed pitcher Garrett Hill.

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American Legion returns to San Diego County baseball fields
by Mary York
27 Jun 2018 at 10:40am

After a long absence in San Diego County, American Legion baseball has made a return. The fledgling league, sponsored by District 22, has released a regular season schedule spanning from June 12 to July 12 with 13 teams placed in two divisions.

The seven-team Navy Division includes the Chula Vista Mater Dei Crusaders Post 434, National City Seahawks Post 255, Ramona Patriots Post 332, West Hills Tomcats Post 364, Madison Hawkeyes Post 731, Patrick Henry Trojans Post 416 and Santana Sea Knights Post 258.

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Senator recognizes local dentist
by Mary York
27 Jun 2018 at 10:30am

Early last month, California State Senator Joel Anderson awarded Rex Grizzle D.D.S. and volunteers with Senate certificates of recognition for their generosity in hosting their 4th Annual Dentistry from the Heart Event. Anderson later commented, “I am grateful for the time and energy Dr. Grizzle and his staff spend to make our community a healthier place.”

Grizzle is a practicing dentist for over 34 years in Pine Valley. At a convention, one of his colleagues mentioned Dentistry from the Heart.

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5,000 march against the separation of families at the border
by Mary York
27 Jun 2018 at 9:38am

Thousands of protesters took over downtown San Diego on Saturday morning, chanting slogans, waving signs and drumming against the recent “zero tolerance” policy launched by the Trump administration.

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Finally set free for good
by Mary York
20 Jun 2018 at 12:10pm

Jake stepped off the stage and away from the podium. His eyes were like a flame of fire and the passion in his voice filled the room like rays of sunshine at daybreak. People were sitting anxiously, waiting to hear what God was going to say to them. They were waiting for hope to come in any form, they were ready to soak it all in and be refreshed by the message that was stirring Jake’s heart.

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