Hemet Girls Soccer in Quarter Finals

The Bulldogs triumph advances them to the quarter finals against La Canada, 3 p..m., Friday, Feb. 24 at Hemet Stadium.

Hemet girls go to state volleyball tourney for 3rd consecutive year

The Hemet High School Girls Volleyball team is returning to the CIF tournament for the third consecutive year. This time they will face Cathedral...

Klingaman finishes sixth in state championships

Emma Klingaman (center) is on the starting line at state championships on May 20. She finished sixth out of 20 in the girls varsity field. Hemet High School earned fifth place overall in Division 1, which included 32 teams.

Emerson second at first indoor track meet

At his first indoor track meet, a statewide competition in Fresno, Jayden Emerson, of Hemet High School and Idyllwild, finished second in his heat and ninth overall in the 2-mile race.

Hemet High x-country competes in Mt. Carmel Invitational

The Hemet High School Cross Country running team competed in the Mt. Carmel invitational last weekend. As the race began, three Idyllwild boys — (from the left) Jayden Emerson, Tanner Torrez and Chad Schelly — started together. Running against 285 other freshman from throughout Southern California and Arizona, Torrez finished 10th, Emerson was 11th and Schelly was 91st.

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.

Hemet High JV football faces off with Perris

Alex Sanborn, no. 26, a Hemet High School defensive back, tackles the Perris High School runner during last week’s junior varsity game, which Perris won 20-0.

Cruz wins inaugural golf trophy

The inaugural Brendan Steele Award was presented to Cesar Cruz (center). Grandfathers for Golf President Tony Viola (left) and Advanced Head Coach Frank McCollum (right), himself a former PGA Tour professional, made the presentation.

Hemet Girls Volleyball returns to championship

The Hemet High School Girls Volleyball team is returning to the CIF SS finals for the third consecutive year. This time they will face...

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...
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