There’s a new face at the helm for the Great Oak High School varsity baseball program. With former Head Coach Eric Morton being named the new athletic director for the school, long time assistant coach, Chris Dress, has been named the successor as new head coach of the Wolfpack squad. Coach Dress has been a special education teacher at GOHS for almost 13 years and has been coaching (baseball and football) the entire time since he arrived at the school.
The Vista Murrieta girls’ volleyball team took down the nationally ranked Temecula Valley Lady Golden Bears (19-2, 4-1) Tuesday, Oct. 3, in four sets, despite being down one of their leading setters. Marlee Nunley was not available because of a concussion suffered at practice earlier in the week, but the Lady Broncos adjusted well taking down mighty Temecula Valley 29-27, 25-23, 22-25, 25-20. For now Vista Murrieta (11-4, 4-1) has gained the advantage in the Southwestern League title chase.
Lakeside RB Vince Gastelum (33) filled in for the injured Adrian Burt as Heritage defenders Ac Rondon, Joaquin Arredondo and Daniel Reyes converge for the stop. Paul Bandong photo. ROMOLAND – It was a great match-up on paper. Lakeside running back Adrian Burt had rushed for 792 yards and thirteen touchdowns during the pre-season last year, the area’s stat leader in both categories before an injury in the Sunbelt league opener ended his season.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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