Idyllwild Professional Cleaning went up against Forest Lumber on Wednesday night at Idyllwild School during the first game of the season for Town Hall adult coed softball.
Castleberry Country Club was once more the scene of local entertainment on Sunday afternoon, July 8. Sandii Castleberry hosted another of her popular wiffle ball golf tournaments, this time for the benefit of the Idyllwild Summer Concert Series. As usual, groundskeeper Henry Negrete had done a marvelous job of grooming the 18 “grays” (or […]
For the second consecutive year, Brendan Steele scored a seventh-place tie in the Alstom Open de France — the French Open — on the Le Golf National course in Paris last week. The native Idyllwilder’s four-under-par 70-70-71-69 — 280 total was two strokes better than he posted last year and earned 86,625 euros (about $106,000), […]
After missing the cut two weeks ago in the Travelers Championship in Cromwell, Conn., Brendan Steele last week posted 13-over par 71-76-74-76 — 297 in the AT&T National in Bethesda, Md. He tied for 68th place while earning $13,130 in official prize money. The Idyllwild native collected 8 birdies against 17 bogeys and two doubles […]
Jim Crandall, Palms to Pines Golf Association handicap chair, provided this report on the Friday, June 15, golf tournament played at the Red Hawk Golf Club in Temecula. The cool, cloudy morning gave way to a sunny afternoon. The course was in good shape with tiered greens. Bill Ragland (course handicap 15) and Bob Stearns […]
Town Hall Sports Coordinator Jeremy Teeguarden reported on Town Hall Youth baseball for the week of June 11. T-Ball League Tuesday, June 12, was the last game for Idyllwilds littlest baseball players. The American Legion Dodgers played the Rotary Padres. Both teams played great and made a bunch of good plays. Carter McLean hit […]
Many Idyllwild girls attended the Hemet High School Volleyball camp for 4th through 9th graders this week. Also several Idyllwild members of the Hemet varisity volleyball team coached the younger players during camp. Sitting in the first row, (from left) are Laney Wilke, Payton Priefer and Rory Wilke. In the second row (left) are Olivia Hernandez, Abby See, Sidney Cruz, Alia Teeguarden, Maggie McKimson, Shelby Read, Miren Pino, Chloe Schelly, and Amy McKimson. In the back row (from left) are Allie Hitchcock, Danika Hitchcock, Kyra Espinoza, Brianna Williams, Mallory Marcus, Savanah Loutzenhiser, Danielle Simpson and Sage Torrez.
Wendy Read coached Hemet’s AYSO under 10-girls spring select team this spring, The team finished first during the season and in the Thunderbird tournament in Moreno Valley. At the end-of-season playoffs, after two overtimes, the championship game was still tied. Unfortunately, the girls lost the shoot out by one goal. Local Idyllwild resident Shelby Read (bottom right) was on the team.