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Preciado Advances to Semis

Rancho Verde’s #1 singles player for Girls Tennis, Jean Preciado, advanced to the semifinals of the IVL Tournament this week at Andulka Park in Riverside.  Based on her performance this season in Inland Valley League matches, Preciado was seeded 4th out of 16 athletes to begin the tournament on Tuesday.  Jean needs a win in

G. Tennis at IVL Finals

The Mustang G. Tennis team finished 4th overall in the Inland Valley League standings, and as a result, advanced nine athletes to IVL Finals today at Andulka Park in Riverside.  Of the nine athletes that advanced for Rancho Verde, Jean Preciado was seeded 4th in the singles tournament, and won her first round match to

Mustangs’ Scott Runs Down the Bears

Senior RB Jamal Scott wasn’t a starter last Friday night vs. the Riverside Poly Bears, but he made the most of his carries as the Mustangs trampled Poly 49-20, in a showdown of first place Inland Valley League teams.  Scott, coming off a high ankle sprain that sidelined him for 2 games, rushed for 366

Back to Back Blowouts Sets Up Showdown

The RVHS Varsity Football team posted back to back blowout victories in their first two weeks of Inland Valley League competition.  Eleven days ago, the Mustangs got their offense rolling early and often as they posted a 70-3 halftime score over Valley View HS, on their way to a 70-10 victory.  Then, this past Friday,

Girls Golf Notches 1st League Win!

The Rancho Verde Girls Golf team earned their 1st Inland Valley victory of the season over Arlington HS yesterday afternoon at General Olde Golf Course in Riverside.  The Mustang team of Tiana Bullard, Shontel Bullard, India Rockett, Megan Zapien, Oriana Thompson, and Monika Bolanos defeated the Lions by a score of 326-322.  Congrats to Coach

Cross Country Update

The Rancho Verde Boys and Girls Cross Country teams have had a busy couple weeks.  This past weekend, the Mustangs co-hosted the Perris Valley XC Showdown with the Perris HS Cross Country program.  Twelve schools participated in the weekend invite (over 280 athletes), with RVHS sweeping the Boys Division at the Frosh/Soph, Jr/Sr, and Varsity

Girls Tennis Goes Back to Back!

The Rancho Verde Girls Tennis team avenged two losses from last season, as they won back to back non-league matches in the past week.  Last Friday, the Mustangs traveled down the street to Vista del Lago, and defeated the Ravens by a score of 10-2.  The match was shortened due to inclement weather, but the

Volleyball Downs Citrus Hill

The Rancho Verde Girls Volleyball team overcame some early season struggles, to take down Citrus Hill HS in 4 games at the Hawk’s Nest yesterday evening.  The Mustangs defeated the Hawks 25-21, 25-7, 25-27, and 25-22 to earn their second win of the preseason.  Head Coach Amber Muto returns to the bench for the Mustangs

Cool Breeze Highlights

The Mustang Cross Country team opened their season at the Cool Breeze Invitational this past weekend, at El Prado Golf Course in Chino.  The Cool Breeze Invite is unique among cross country meets because it is run in the evening, under the lights, to avoid the late summer heat.  Sophomore Ray Franco led the way for Rancho Verde, posting a time of

Mustangs Trample Rams

The Mustang varsity football team finally found some rhythm on offense Friday night, after falling behind 10-0 in the 1st quarter to the Murrieta Mesa Rams.  Playing their second road game in as many weeks, Rancho Verde came to life behind a relentless running attack, which showcased senior Jamal Scott.  Scott carried the ball 24 times for 328 yards