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  • Golfboarding rides into San Diego County

    BORREGO SPRINGS, Calif. — Rams Hill Golf Club in Borrego Springs is the only place to go golfboarding in San Diego County. The rate is $25 plus green fees. A driver’s license is required to rent and ride.

  • Torrey Pines High School graduate climbs Mount Kilimanjaro

    SAN DIEGO – Often time you don’t know what you can do until you’re given a chance. Even then, the urge to quit when things get difficult, comes on like a huge mountain. Torrey Pines High School graduate Troy Shumway conquered that mountain by climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.

  • Trevor Hoffman

    Trevor Hoffman misses out on MLB Hall of Fame

    Former Padres closer Trevor Hoffman will have to wait one more year for his induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

  • South Bay Little League team smashes towards World Series

    BONITA, Calif. — Another Little League team from the South Bay has a chance to advance to the Little League World Series. The Sweetwater Valley Little League All-Stars will represent Southern California at the West Regional Tournament in San Bernardino this weekend. These 12 and 13-year-old kids hit with power. Seeing the ball like a beach ball, the team’s batting average is just shy of .500 with 57 home runs on the season.

  • North Country soccer club going for three-peat as national champions

    La Jolla, Calif. – A soccer team from the North Country has a shot at not one, not two, but three straight youth national championships. Led by a core group of girls with enough talent to play anywhere, the Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks chose to stick together and embrace team mentality over individual goals. Already capturing titles in the Under 16 and Under 17 age groups, taking a bite out of the Under 18 group would be a special […]

  • National City boxer shows promise

    NATIONAL CITY, Calif. — Antonio “Relentless” Orozco has become one of the more promising prospects in boxing. Orzoco started gaining interest in the sport when he was 10 years old. With his parents support, at age 18 the boxer from Kansas risked it all for a shot out in California. Since joining House of Boxing in National City, Orzoco has an undefeated record, grabbing the attention of a former world champion.

  • Fighting against all odds

    SAN DIEGO — Despite having been born with only one hand and suffering from cancer and a rare disease, Mixed Martial Arts fighter Jeff Villareal has become one of the best in the state of California. “I know most people would say it’s a disadvantage for me and then there might be that small population that might say it’s an advantage for me,” Villareal said. With an undefeated record, Villareal’s goal is to try out for the Ultimate Fighting Championships. […]

  • Hundreds of mountain bikers complete annual Archipelago Ride

    CARLSBAD, Calif. — About 250 mountain bikers pedaled across a course linking some of San Diego County’s most popular riding areas Saturday in the annual Archipelago Ride. The 50-mile course began in La Costa and wound through Elfin Forest, around Lake Hodges, up Lusardi Canyon, over Black Mountain, down McGonigle Canyon, up Del Mar Mesa, across Penasquitos Canyon Preserve¬† and ended at the Green Flash Brewery in Mira Mesa. The event, which is put on by the San Diego Mountain […]

  • High school athlete makes history

    SAN DIEGO — At just 18 years old, Jessica Tomasek has already become a pioneer. She was selected as one of the first high school students in the country to receive a college scholarship in women’s triathlon. The sport became part of Emerging Sports, a program designed to provide more opportunities for women.

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