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IVL Wednesday Roundup

On the opening day of the Inland Valley League season, Rancho Verde matched up with Eagles from Valley View HS.  The bright spot on Wednesday for the Mustangs was an exciting 2-1 victory for the Boys Soccer team.  RVHS had not beaten Valley View since 2010 in boys soccer, and additionally avenged a loss earlier

Girls Soccer Takes Title at Citrus Hill Tourney

The Rancho Verde Varsity Girls Soccer Team took down the Citrus Hill Hawks, 3-1, in the championship game of the Citrus Hill Tournament.  On their way to the title, the Lady Mustangs beat Vista del Lago (10-0) and Citrus Hill (1-0), and tied Lakeside (3-3) in pool play. Julissa Cisneros was named MVP of the

RV Cross Country Selected for Donation

The Rancho Verde Cross Country Team was recently selected by Wells Fargo Bank, for a $1000 donation, as part of their Community Connections program.  The program assists non-profit community organizations (such as RVHS Cross Country Boosters) by offering financial literacy support. The Cross Country program was chosen for the donation by Olyvia Padua (pictured center), who is a

Boys Soccer Takes 2nd at Hemet Tourney

The Rancho Verde Varsity Boys Soccer team advanced to the championship game of the Hemet Tournament this past weekend, but fell to Valley View HS by a score of 2-1 in extra time.  On their way to the finals, the Mustangs defeated Palm Springs (2-1), Cajon (3-0), and Palm Desert (1-0) in semifinals. The Mustangs have had

Mustang Duo Selected to Semper Fidelis Bowl

Rancho Verde Seniors Sheriron Jones and Tevita Halalilo have been selected to play in the prestigious Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl on January 4, 2015 at the StubHub Center in Carson, California.  Jones and Halalilo will have their All-American jerseys presented to them by the Marine Corps on Tuesday, December 2 at 9:00am, in a ceremony

Mustangs vs. Hawks: The Rematch

When the Inland Division CIF Football Playoff Brackets were release 10 days ago, the best potential second round matchup wasn’t difficult to figure out.  The Rancho Verde Mustangs and the Citrus Hill Hawks, both perennial football powerhouses in the Inland Empire and part of Val Verde USD, were on a collision course in the CIF Quarterfinals.  So

CIF Football

Rancho Verde will open the CIF Football playoffs this Friday (11/14) at 7:00pm, by hosting the Paloma Valley Wildcats.  The Wildcats come into the contest with a record of 6-4 overall and 3-2 in the Sunbelt League (3rd place).  Paloma Valley is coached by former RVHS football coach Bert Esposito and has been putting up big numbers recently (over

Hornsby Leads On and Off the Court

During an up and down season for the Rancho Verde Girls Volleyball team, Senior Alexsys Hornsby continues to lead her team both on the court and in the classroom.  Hornsby, a two year starter for the Mustangs, leads RVHS in most categories, including kills, hitting percentage, aces, and digs.  As the Mustangs’ main threat at outside hitter

IVL Football Showdown This Friday

The Rancho Verde Mustangs have been the only league champion football team the Inland Valley League has ever known.  Starting in 2006, the Mustangs have won 8 consecutive Inland Valley League titles, with a league record of 48 wins and 2 losses over that span.  One of those league losses was at the hands of this weeks opponent, the Riverside

Cross Country Led by Freshman Franco

Freshman Raymond Franco started off the fall season as the fastest Mustang for RVHS Cross Country, and hasn’t looked back since.  At the first invite of the season (Cal Poly Pomona), Franco posted a 16:37 for the 3 mile course, good enough for the fastest time by any freshman that day (and 3rd place in the