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BU14 team wins tournament championship

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Dustin wasn’t finished scoring for the day. He added another goal in the team’s second game against Temecula United. Jimmy Cheney and PJ Scholl added goals to give Ramona a 3-1 win.

Sunday morning pitted the Ramona team against LA Galaxy South Bay. LA Galaxy got a break with a penalty kick that resulted in a goal and carried the team to a 2-1 win over Ramona. Emerson Fuentes put Ramona’s only goal into the net.

Despite the loss, Ramona qualified for the finals Sunday evening. Once again, Intra players faced LA Galaxy South Bay, giving them a chance to avenge their loss earlier in the day.

Bulldog football team enjoys Chargers game and tailgate party

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Ramona High School varsity football players line up for Slater’s 50/50 burgers at a tailgate party during the San Diego Chargers pre-season game Aug. 7 against the Dallas Cowboys. The Bulldog staff and players won tickets to the game and to the tailgate party from which proceeds will help fund equipment.

New CIF practice rules defy common sense

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It is a shame the CIF has to make rules that are covered in most part by common sense. However, in my 40-plus years in education and high school athletics I have come to realize that common sense is not always as common as it should be.

Just look at some of the recent Letters to the Editor about our school board. Just because somebody votes “present” does not mean that that individual is all there.

This year the CIF has handed down rules and regulations regarding how many hours a week and how often teams can practice.

Ramona teen pulls off win at Glen Helen Raceway

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Ramona teenager Brandon Arthur, known as The Stinger in the off road racing world, captured his first career Pro Lite win in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series held at Glen Helen Raceway in San Bernardino.

Arthur, 18, has been moving up through the ranks in his rookie season in Pro Lite. In round 10 of the Aug. 1 and 2 race in San Bernardino, he put it all together with a convincing win over a field of top-notch racers.

Most of the tracks Arthtur has raced on this season were new to him, but he had raced at Glen Helen before and had an opportunity to test there weeks before the race. The testing paid off.

Friendships spring from Wednesday night bike rides

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They range in age from 15 to 67, but the friendship they share, developed from their passion for cycling, transcends the different generations.

Every Wednesday evening a group of cyclists begin to gather at 5:15 at Kirk’s Bike Shop, 619 Main St. They take off at 5:30 for a 20- to 30-mile ride.

“We ride at the same time year-round,” said Kirk Newell, owner of the bike shop.

Bulldog football players to be treated to Chargers game, tailgate party

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Through a contest, the Ramona High football staff and varsity players won 75 tickets to Thursday night’s San Diego Chargers pre-season game and a tailgate party from which proceeds will help fund equipment.

The tailgate will be sponsored by Slater’s 50/50 burgers and The Donut Shoppe.

Slater’s 50/50 has partnered with the nonprofit organization “1 More Win,” founded by radio DJ Jesse Lozano to help undeserved high school athletic programs with equipment and resources. Proceeds from the tailgate parties will be donated

Former RHS running back works with racing horses

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As 1986 and 87 All Avocado League running back for Ramona High School and a varsity track team member, Mike Allen loved to run, but today he is more interested in the running of horses.

Allen is ranch manager at Tommy Town Thoroughbred Farm in Santa Ynez and was recently at the Del Mar Racetrack with the farm’s horses.

After graduating from RHS in 1988, Allen went on to play at San Diego Mesa College and then finished his college career at Bethany College in Kansas.

Intra soccer teams compete in Dave Shelton Memorial Tournament

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All seven Ramona Intra soccer teams participated in the Dave Shelton Memorial Tournament July 19 and 20, playing a variety of club teams from San Diego and Orange counties.

Held at Frances Ryan Park in Escondido, the Dave Shelton event was the first tournament of the season for many of the teams, and for a few it was their first tournament as a new team.

The teams and their records from the tournament are:

92065 pool team competes at BCA nationals

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A team of Ramona pool players competed at the BCA Pool League National Championships in July after qualifying to represent San Diego at the event.

“Ramona in general has the best pool players in San Diego,” said Henry Preciado, who served as captain of the team, dubbed “92065.”

Competing on the team with Preciado were Ramonans Chad Bennett, Bill Mellecker, Nick Iorio, Eric Whitford and Jess Libsack.

Girls and Boys leagues start Winterball signups

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Winterball signups for Ramona Pony League and Ramona Girls Softball begin this weekend.

From noon to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, July 26 and 27, registration for boys winterball will be available at the Pony fields’ snack bar at 417 Aqua Lane.

The cost, which includes hat and shirt, is $95 per player and $80 for a sibling of a player. Parents need to bring their children’s birth certificates to registration.

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