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JOSHUA TREE — Copper Mountain College was host to a basketball shooting clinic called the Pro Shot Shooting System Tuesday night. Owner/director Matt Williamson travels the country teaching professional techniques to kids.

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YUCCA VALLEY — The Yucca Valley High School football team is gearing up for the fall season with summer training. Last week they took on Barstow Aztec football in a 7 versus 7 game and new head coach John Stewart said the tough competition helped them discover what they need to train on befo…

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JOSHUA TREE — A familiar face will take on the role as head coach for the Copper Mountain College Fighting Cacti men this season. Walter Parham, the school liaison for the combat center, has been an assistant coach with the men’s basketball team since their inaugural season and will be stepp…

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YUCCA VALLEY –– The Tri-Valley Little League all-stars in minor division softball ended their season Wednesday after losing in a double elimination tournament that will decide the minor softball state champions.

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YUCCA VALLEY — The Tri-Valley Little League minor division all-star baseball team is heading into the final round of competition for the district championship this weekend after they took on Banning on Wednesday night and won.

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YUCCA VALLEY — A tournament game in Desert Hot Springs between two Tri-Valley Little League all-star teams, Yucca Red and Yucca Gray, ended suddenly Saturday when an adult affiliated with a Banning all-star team punched Richard Bradshaw, head coach of Yucca Red, in the face.

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MORONGO BASIN— Local all-star softball players won big this week in cross-town championship games. The Twentynine Palms Little League major softball all-star team and the Tri-Valley Little League minor softball all-star team both won their district championships and will be moving on to sect…

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TWENTYNINE PALMS — The Twentynine Palms Dolphins community swim team improved its record to 1-2 with a 353.5-320.5 win over the Hi-Desert Aquatics Sandsharks of Yucca Valley at a meet at Luckie Park Saturday.

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YUCCA VALLEY — The Yucca Valley High School baseball team lost to the Rialto Knights 6-4 Tuesday in the second round of CIF Division 5 playoffs, but the Trojans shouldn’t be too upset — it was the farthest they’ve advanced in the postseason in at least 20 years.

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YUCCA VALLEY — With three strikeouts in a row in the top of the seventh inning Thursday, the Lady Trojans achieved something no other Yucca Valley softball team has: They advanced to the second round in the Division 5 playoffs.