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In a fast sport, Idyllwild skeleton athlete Salter keeps her head up

In a fast sport, Idyllwild skeleton athlete Salter keeps her head up

Salter spends hours every day preparing to use and to risk her skeleton …

Town Hall Adult Volleyball returns

Jeremy Teeguarden reported on Town Hall Adult Volleyball for the week of Dec. 5. The adult volleyball league kicked off Monday, Dec. 5 with a match between the two teams who were in last year’s championship. Idyllwild Garage and Idyllwild Inn looked sharp in their first games since last winter. Idyllwild Inn won the first […]

Sports Roundup: Golf

Jim Crandall, Palms to Pines handicap chair, gave this report on last week’s golf tournament: Palms to Pines Golf Association held its regular monthly tournament at The Legends Golf Club (formerly Temeku Hills) on Friday, Dec. 16. Chuck Alkire (course handicap 10) came in first with a net 72. Pete Capparelli (20) and Les Widerynski […]

Steele-Bradley win Shark Shootout

Idyllwild native Brendan Steele teamed with Keegan Bradley, his close friend from Nationwide Tour days, to win the PGA Tour’s 2011 Franklin Templeton “Shark” Shootout at the Tiburón Golf Club in Naples, Fla., last week. The two PGA Tour rookies posted a 32-under-par score over the three days of competition on the par 72 course […]

Idyllwild runner participates in Las Vegas Great Santa race

Idyllwild runner participates in Las Vegas Great Santa race

Idyllwild local, Dawn Miller and six family members pose after participating in Las Vegas Great Santa Run. Miller and her family (#8348 is her daughter) pushed the number of running Santas to 8,123, helping the Las Vegas charity break the world record for the most “Santas” in a 5K race.

HHS JV girls soccer come in third in tourney

HHS JV girls soccer come in third in tourney

The Hemet High School Junior Varsity soccer team poses after finishing third in Banning tournament this weekend. Idyllwild members (all in the back row) are Kyra Espinosa (4), Allie Hitchcock (7) and Mallory Marcus (12). Hemet won the final game when Allie made the winning penalty kick.

Whitman in top 10 again

Local triathlete Bill Whitman ran two races recently and finished strongly in both. On Dec. 3 and 4, he entered the HITS Triathlon in Palm Springs. This inaugural event featured five distances, including a 100-meter swim, a 3-mile bike and 1-mile run. Whitman finished second in his age group (45-49) and sixth overall in the […]

Hemet's state volleyball quests ends in Del Mar

Hemet’s state volleyball quests ends in Del Mar

The Hemet High School Girls Volleyball (23-7) team’s journey through the state championships ended abruptly in Del Mar Tuesday, Nov. 22. Nationally ranked Cathedral Catholic swept Hemet 3-0. The game scores were 25-9, 25-18 and 25-14 in the final. This is the second consecutive year Hemet has ended its season in the first round of […]

Emerson, Torrez continue strong showing on Hemet varsity track team

Emerson, Torrez continue strong showing on Hemet varsity track team

Jayden Emerson, Idyllwild, finishing his run in the California Inter-Scholastic Federation Southern Section preliminaries. Jayden and fellow Hemet High School freshman, Tanner Torrez, joined the varsity team in November. Hemet finished ninth out of 14 teams. In the Mountain Pass League finals, the previous weekend, Tanner and Jayden led the varsity to second place, finishing 9th and 12th, respectively, out of 42 runners.

Sports Roundup: Golf

Jim Crandall, Palms to Pines handicap chair, gave this report on last week’s Palms to Pines golf tournament: Palms to Pines Golf Association co-founder George Kretsinger showed up in his own golf cart to tag along for a few holes during the club’s regular monthly tournament at the Palm Desert Resort Country Club on Friday, […]

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