Hemet High Girls repeat as champs

The Hemet High School Girls Volleyball (23-6) team has returned to the state championships for the second consecutive year. On Saturday, they defeated the...

Hemet Girls Volleyball calms Pacifica

The Hemet High School Girls Volleyball marched back to the Division 4A Championship. They defeated Pacifica Christian, another number 1 seed, in the California...

Hemet High Girls Volleyball tonight

The Hemet High School Girls Volleyball team plays Pacifica Christian tonight at 6 p.m. The home game is the Division 4A semi-finals. If Hemet...

Hemet cross-country finishes first at invitational

The Hemet High School Boys’ freshman cross-country team finished first, against 14 other teams, in last week’s Mt. San Jacinto Invitational. Here, from left, are Jayden Emerson, Tanner Torrez and Chad Schelly. Tanner finished first, Jayden was eighth and Chad was 20th, competing against 168 other freshman runners.

Bulldogs fall short against West Valley

Despite Alex Sanborn’s defensive back skills, the Hemet High School junior varsity football team lost 33-7 to the West Valley High School team last Thursday.

Sports Roundup: Hemet High Golf

Idyllwild student Tyla Friemoth is a member of the girls’ varsity golf team, whose overall reord is 12 and 4. Within the Mountain Pass...

Hemet High cross country and golf roundup

The Idyllwild trio of runners did very well at the Yucaipa Invitational held at Yucaipa High School Saturday, Oct. 1. The three local boys finished...

Hemet girls volleyball bests Temecula

At times, the Hemet High School varsity girls volleyball team fielded a row of Idyllwild-connected players. Here (left and center) Sage Torrez and Rosie Robinson, former Idyllwild residents, and Savannah Loutzenhiser (right), of Idyllwild, prepare to receive the serve from Temecula Valley. The Hemet won the match 3-0 (25-14, 25-10, 25-11).

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.

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.