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Spikers face Valley Center after clinching first two league matches

Ramona High School’s girls volleyball team began Valley League play with a home victory over Oceanside and a road win two days later at Mission Vista.
Valley Center will play Ramona in Ramona on Thursday.

Girls varsity tennis team 4-1 in league match

The Ramona High School varsity girls rennis team’s record is 4-1 in Valley League play after traveling to the far-reaches of the county over the past few weeks.

The Lady Bulldogs began their brutal road trip last week stopping at Fallbrook, Orange Glen and El Camino. They came away with two wins and a loss.

Ramona beats Mt. Carmel 49-13


Ramona High School’s Bulldogs send a strong message in their first league football game beating Mt. Carmel 49-13 in home game tonight, Oct. 10.

Bulldogs host Mt. Carmel Sundevils Friday night


After a bye week, the Ramona Bulldogs host league rival Mt. Carmel in the Dawg Pound, Friday night at 7. This football game marks the beginning of Palomar League match-ups for the 4-1 Bulldogs and the 4-1 Sundevils.

Coach Damon Baldwin encourages everyone to “Pack the Pound.”

“We are the reigning league champions and we want to start this year’s league match-ups right,” said Baldwin.

Bulldog girls golf

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Ramona High’s Rachel Costan was the medalist with a 45 in the Bulldog girls golf team win over Valley Center Oct. 2.

Ramona beat Valley Center 260 to 275 at home on the San Vicente Golf Course.

In addition to Costan, also contributing to the win were Cheyenne Hockin with a 47, Amanda Raines, 53, Sara Whelehon, 55, and Elise Stickney, 60.

JV girls win league cluster race; varsity second

Cross country head coach Sherri Edwards’ focus on recruiting girls to the program has been successful. Valley League teams ran their first league cluster meet of the year at Guajome Park Oct. 3, and Ramona’s varsity girls finished second to Valley Center while the junior varsity girls placed first as a team.

In the junior varsity race Ramona had 22 points, Valley Center was second with 60 points, Mission Vista was third with 66 points, and Fallbrook placed fourth with 91 points. Orange Glen and Oceanside did not have the

Boys sweep races at cross country league cluster

Ramona High’s boys won the varsity race and the junior varsity race in this year’s first league cluster at Guajome Park.

Isaiah Spieker and Brandon Ruland took first place as individuals in those two races on Oct. 3.

The next meet, the Southern California Invitational on Oct. 18, also will be at Guajome Park, and the teams will run a longer course. The heat Oct. 3 caused the planned distance of 5,000 meters (3.1 miles) to be shortened to

Varsity spikers earn second in Scripps Ranch tourney

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Having two different coaches at the Oct. 3 and 4 Scripps Ranch tournament was no obstacle for the Ramona High School girls volleyball team, which placed second in the tournament. Middle blocker Natalie Seol and setter Sammy Shupe made it to the all-tournament team.

The Bulldogs’ 5-2 tournament record, along with an Oct. 2 non-league loss at home against San Pasqual, gave the Bulldogs a season record of 13-4.

Bulldog girls tennis

Ramona High School’s varsity girls tennis team beat Orange Glen and Valley Center and is 2-0 in Valley League play.

Top singles player Megan Douglas swept Orange Glen’s top three players 6-1, 6-0, 6-0 and then did it again to Valley Center’s top three winning 6-4, 6-0, 6-4.

Jaime Roe moved from doubles play to singles play and had a strong outing in both matches.

Hanna Kent returned from injury and contributed to the wins along with Grace Berry and Renee Hogervorst.

The top doubles team of Rebecca Vaca and Danielle Vizcarra has consistently dominated their opponents this season. They beat Orange Glen’s best team 6-0, 6-2, 6-1 and did the same to Valley Center, blanking them 6-0, 6-0, 6-0.

Elizabeth Bowersox and Kaley Sapper moved from single

Helix shuts out Bulldogs 42-0


Friday, Sept. 26—Helix shuts out Bulldogs 42-0 in tonight’s away game.