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Girls tennis begins CIF team play Tuesday

The Ramona High School varsity girls tennis team begins CIF team play on Tuesday, Oct. 28, at Chula Vista High School.
The Bulldogs, seeded 15th in CIF league play, pulled Mater Dei Catholic in the first round of play. Mater Dei Catholic is seeded No. 2.
Top-ranked doubles team of seniors Danielle Vizcarra and Rebecca Vargas will be on line one of the doubles card, and senior Megan Douglass will be the starter for line one singles.

Bulldogs trounce Titans 44-0


Ramona High School’s football team trounced Poway High 44-0 on Poway’s field tonight.

Ramona beats Westview 49-14; Poway’s next

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Ramona’s varsity football team improved its overall record to 6-1 and its league record to 2-0 by beating the visiting Westview Wolverines 49-14 on Homecoming Friday night.

“I am so proud of the team for the way they approached and the way they played Westview, our second Palomar League match-up this season,” said head coach Damon Baldwin. Beating two Poway Unified School District teams back to back feels good.”

Spikers improve to 4-0 in league, finish SoCal Invitational in top 8

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After Ramona High School’s girls volleyball team improved its Valley League record to 4-0, the Bulldogs reached the premier division quarterfinals of the Nfinity SoCal Invitational tournament Friday and Saturday.

“We had quite an exciting tournament,” said Ramona coach Connie Halfaker. “We did a great job.”

Ramona wins 49-14 over Westview


Ramona Bulldogs wins big in Homecoming game against Westview, 49-14.

Bulldogs ready for Homecoming after steamrolling Sundevils

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Ramona’s varsity football team sent a strong message to Palomar League rivals by dominating the Mt. Carmel Sundevils 49-13 at home Friday night.

On paper, the teams appeared evenly matched; the game was being predicted as a tight contest. In reality, Ramona dominated both sides of the line of scrimmage and executed an excellent game plan.

Bulldog golfers avenge loss to Oceanside

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Not only did the Ramona High School girls golf team avenge its earlier loss to Oceanside last week, the players did so by a 20-stroke lead.

The Bulldog girls posted a 254 to Oceanside’s 274 in league play Oct. 8 at San Vicente Golf Course.

Ramona’s Rachel Costan once again took medalist honors by shooting a 44. Just four strokes behind was Cheyenne Hockin with a 48. Shooting 54 were Kaley Glotfelty, Amanda Raines and Sara Whelehon.

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.