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High school football power rankings: Week Nine

In week nine of the high school football season around the valley, the Palm Springs Indians solidified their spot at the top of the DVL and the Rattlers and Knights inched closer to a pivotal game Friday that will go a long way towards deciding each of their playoff fates. 832 more words


Lions nab season's first win in dramatic fashion

The politically correct thing to say would be that Friday night at Indio High pitted a pair of “modest” football teams.

More bluntly stated: The Cathedral City at Indio contest offered a real time display of struggling squads with one combined win on the season. 472 more words


Coachella Valley prep football capsules: Week 7

This week in high school football around the valley is highlighted by two big games in the De Anza League — Rancho Mirage vs. Desert Hot Springs and Shadow Hills vs. 701 more words


TTC supervisor Richard Lee's new book, Get Onboard, details a day in the life of a transit operator

In unlikely book news, TTC supervisor Richard Lee has written Get Onboard — Walk in the Shoes of a Transit Operator, a 180-page book about a day in the life of transit operators and what they experience on the job. 346 more words


Young Lions football team loses lead, momentum, game

With just a couple seconds left in the first half Thursday, the winless Cathedral City football team had as much momentum as they could ask for against visiting 2-0 Vista del Lago. 680 more words


Notebook: Rams dominate with impressive ground game

It’s no secret that a majority of the valley high school football teams rely heavily on their ground game. Heck, La Quinta head coach Dan Armstrong admitted before the season that a 75 percent-25 percent split of run plays to pass plays might even be a bit conservative. 628 more words


Rattlers start 2-0 with win over Cathedral City in rivalry game

Two years ago, Rancho Mirage High School opened its doors 3.2 miles down the street from Cathedral City High. The Rattlers’ first graduating class, then sophomores now seniors, was compiled primarily of kids who went to CCHS for their freshman year. 872 more words