YUCCA VALLEY — After the Lady Trojans jumped out to an early lead, and each one of their starters got one plate appearance, head coach Dennis Priest pulled his first unit and emptied his bench in a 27-3 rout over Desert Mirage Wednesday.
INDIAN WELLS — The Trojan boys tennis team traveled to Indian Wells Tennis Garden to compete in the De Anza League individual tournament on Thursday and Friday. In singles competition, senior Patrick Ferragut was seeded fourth in the tournament, with a season record of 21 wins 7 losses, and senior Matthew Barnett was drawn into the sixth seed.
YUCCA VALLEY — The Joshua Springs Lightning baseball team didn’t put up as many wins as the boys were aiming for when the season began, but the team had something that they have been lacking in recent years.
YUCCA VALLEY — The good news for the young Lady Lightning squad is that they scored 10 runs in the third inning. The bad news is that they were outscored 20-0 in the other four innings of a 28-10 mercy loss to Mesa Grande Academy Tuesday, May 5.
YUCCA VALLEY — The Yucca Valley High School baseball team held the De Anza League’s first-place team to just four hits Wednesday afternoon, April 22, but couldn’t get the Trojan bats going to notch a win.
YUCCA VALLEY — The Trojan varsity baseball team recorded two wins this week, besting the Rattlers of Rancho Mirage 5-3 at home Wednesday, April 15, and hammering the Desert Mirage Rams 12-2 in Thermal Friday, April 17.
YUCCA VALLEY — Although they rallied tough, Lightning baseball could not catch up to the large Palm Valley lead that could be credited in large part to the home team’s early errors at Lightning stadium Wednesday, April 15. The Lightning lost, 18-11, in seven innings.
YUCCA VALLEY — Yucca Valley High School students Abrianna Schlickenmayer, Micah Muhammed and Mariah Muchtar signed letters of intent accepting sports scholarships at universities across the country Friday.