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CATHEDRAL CITY — The Yucca Valley boys and girls cross country teams brought home the gold at the Desert Valley League preview meet in Cathedral City on Wednesday afternoon.

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YUCCA VALLEY — Yucca Valley High School hosted its final home game of the season Friday afternoon and, with the stands packed, the Trojans brought home their second league win, beating the Banning Broncos 21-14.

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YUCCA VALLEY — After the Yucca Valley High School Trojan girls tennis team lost to the Coachella Valley Arabs in the first match of the season, Trojan head coach Cindy Miller made a prediction: “We’ll get them back at our house.” She was right.

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YUCCA VALLEY — The Lady Trojan Volleyball team was back on their home court on Thursday night as they took on Coachella Valley for the second time this season. After a tough match the Trojans fell 3-2 to the number one team in the league. 

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YUCCA VALLEY — The Yucca Valley High School Trojan cross country team dominated at their first and only home meet of the season Friday afternoon as the Lady Trojans brought home the gold at the 25th annual Hi-Desert Classic.

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YUCCA VALLEY — The Yucca Valley High School girls varsity tennis team is on a winning streak — they secured their fifth win in a row Tuesday afternoon with a 16-2 victory against Cathedral City.

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YUCCA VALLEY — Coach Tammy Rhodes has been working with the Trojan volleyball players to tamp down on errors and ramp up the aggression, and she was pleased with the results Thursday afternoon. The Yucca Valley High School varsity team beat the Desert Hot Springs Golden Eagles 3-0.

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BEAUMONT — The Trojan cross country team dominated at an away meet in Beaumont Saturday. They set two new team time course records and two new individual school course records with 13 personal best times at the Beaumont Invitational.

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YUCCA VALLEY — Shaking off their first-match nerves after a loss Tuesday on the blistering courts of Thermal, the Yucca Valley High School girls tennis team won at home Thursday, beating Banning 16-2.

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YUCCA VALLEY — The League of Legends summer tournament at Legion: Gaming Lounge ended with eight hours of championship competition Saturday. After five rounds, team Elo Hell Epidemic took the first-place trophy.

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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.