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AOL
Fairfax goes on a 20-0 run Tuesday night, but JSerra holds on for a 70-68 first-round state playoff victory behind Rob Diaz.
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KSEE
On Tuesday, the Pioneers’ dream season came to an end after they lost at home to Rancho Cucamonga, 61-57. It was a 4-13 matchup in the first round of the Division II state playoffs; Carter Glick scored 16 points.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Mia Casey, Natalie Kamper and Kala Winebarger each scored a goal as the Grizzlies advanced in the CIF State Division II regional playoffs.
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Visalia Times-Delta
Mt. Whitney High School’s outstanding boys basketball season came to an end in the opening round of the 2022 CIF State Championships.
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The Bakersfield Californian
By any objective metric, the Bakersfield Christian girls soccer team put the game away pretty early Tuesday evening. It took just eight and a half minutes for Sydney Carrieri to
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What'sUpNewp
First Woman Warrant Officer Aerial Vehicle Operator Graduates from Officer Candidate School By Darwin Lam, Officer Training Command Newport Public Affairs The first woman warrant officer to complete Officer Candidate School (OCS) at Officer Training Command,
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Los Angeles Times
Fairfax goes on a 20-0 run Tuesday night, but JSerra holds on for a 70-68 first-round state playoff victory behind Rob Diaz.
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Keywords:
David Díaz ~ JSerra High School ~ Fairfax District
Digital Journal
Upland - Motherly Comfort Home Care Rancho Cucamonga - Claremont announced today that it has received both the 2022 Best of Home Care(R) - Provider of
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Associated Press
Kirk Rich Dial Corporation and My Jewelry Repair are proud to announce a formal partnership that sees the two companies elevate their craft and continue in their promise to provide the best premier watch restoration services possible.
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YAHOO!Finance
Dreams Fertility is pleased to announce the opening of its clinic in Palm Springs, California, providing distinguished fertility treatment to patients across the Coachella Valley, Riverside, San Bernardino and Kern Counties,
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Philadelphia Inquirer on MSN.com
You can learn everything you need to know about baseball’s ongoing lockout and its self-inflicted rot by looking at its rookie classes. Look at them closely, because they are the key. They might not tell you much about the short-term prospects of a Major League Baseball season,
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Inland Empire students are looking forward to shedding face coverings — and so are many of their teachers — now that California officials will end the statewide mask mandate for K-12 schools next week.
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The Press-Enterprise
The store is slated to open in March. Dick’s said it expects to hire 10 part-time and 35 temporary positions for its new location.
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Visalia Times-Delta
It's been a memorable season for three Tulare County high school basketball teams. The Mt. Whitney Pioneers captured the Central Section Division II boys basketball championship.
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The San Bernardino Sun
The public offered no input on the redistricting process, and with the current districts considered balanced, officials didn’t see the need for change.
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SB Nation on MSN.com
This week’s BTE reveals the company will make their long-awaited West Coast debut with a live Rampage June 3 in Matt & Nick’s backyard — Ontario, California.
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The Young Bucks ~ HUGE ~ Airborne early warning and control

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