Inland Valley Repertory Theatre is offering a “supper club” series at Eddie’s Italian Eatery in Claremont, beginning Sunday, April 24, with “Our Lady of the Tortilla” paired with a three-course dinner.
As far as the best national liberal arts colleges, Pomona College paced area schools at No. 4, followed by fellow Claremont Colleges Claremont McKenna (8), Harvey Mudd (28), Scripps (30) and Pitzer (35). CSUSB is among several Inland institutions in the ...
This week’s Matador of the Week goes to women’s water polo goalkeeper Meghan Lopez after her performance in front of the cage against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps ... The 5-foot-7-inch junior from Brea, California, joined CSUN in 2020 and posted a 6-4 ...
Less than a year after he took the job, the superintendent of the Claremont Unified School District has announced he will leave at the end of the current academic year. Jeff Wilson, hired by the school board in May 2021,
Canyon Crest Academy, the San Diego Section girls tennis champion, won a pair of matches Friday and will play for the Southern California championship today. “The girls played magnificently,” said Ravens coach Chris Black.
Here is a look at high school football semifinal games involving Inland teams Friday, Nov. 19. IE Varsity info: Etiwanda is looking to advance to the section finals for the first time since 1990. The Eagles advanced to the semifinals with a 28-21 victory over Loyola.
It was just two years go that the Alhambra high school football team was having one of its best season’s in decades. Alhambra went undefeated in the Almont League in 2019 and took a perfect 12-0 record to the CIF Southern Section Division 13 semifinals where they fell short of reaching the title game in a close 28-24 loss to Ramona.
The Northview girls tennis team finished an improbable run in the CIF Southern Section Division 5 team tennis playoffs by winning the championship with a 10-8 victory over Apple Valley on Friday at the Claremont Club.
If there’s one certainty for the start of high school basketball in November, it’s that coach Aaron Shaw of Oak Park will have another solid team. The Eagles opened their season Monday night in the Providence tournament with a 77-37 victory over Chatsworth.
AJ Guitron-Moore threw for five touchdowns, as the Newport Harbor High School football team defeated host Santa Barbara 49-14 on Friday in a CIF Southern Section Division 6 quarterfinal game. Newport Harbor (5-7) will be at home against Compton Dominguez (10-2) in the semifinals.