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Competitive loss to Jaguars gives Ramona lacrosse optimism

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Ramona High School girls lacrosse team considers the competitiveness of its 11-10 loss at home to Valley Center High School on April 16 to be a step in the right direction.

“It’s one of the best games we’ve had against them and the closest we’ve come to beating them,” said co-captain Mady Stone.

Ramona High spikers fall to San Pasqual, Del Norte


Ramona High School’s boys volleyball team lost Valley League matches April 16 at San Pasqual and April 18 against Del Norte.

The two defeats left Ramona with a league record of 1-5 along with an overall mark of 16-15.

“I know the guys are frustrated and at times they’re getting a little down,” said coach Jeff Klauda. “But they’ve been so competitive every single

Arsenal FC Soccer to hold tryouts April 27, 28


Soccer players looking to take their game to the next level are invited to attend Arsenal FC San Diego soccer tryouts Saturday and Sunday, April 27 and 28, at Hanson Elementary School, 2520 Boundary Ave.

Following is the tryout schedule:

Ramona FC girls U16 team advances in So Cal State Cup

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The Ramona FC Club Girls U16 team traveled to Apple Valley last weekend to compete in the world’s largest youth soccer tournament (President’s Division) held in California and came home undefeated.

“Overall, it was a great team effort. I am very happy with the results,” said coach Justin “JJ” Jordan.

Ramona High’s boys tennis finds Del Norte tough competition


Ramona High’s boys tennis team lost its first Valley League match to Del Norte High School.

“We were a little rusty coming back from Spring Break and having our practice rained out on Monday didn’t give us a chance to get ready for a Tuesday match. We will make some adjustments in the second round, and if we continue to work and improve we will have a chance to make up for

Ramona girls lacrosse team closes scoring gap

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Although the Ramona High School’s girls lacrosse games played the week after Spring Break were losses for the Bulldogs, the scores were closer than the girls’ matches just prior to the school break.

Ramona’s three losses prior to Spring Break were by a combined total of 28 goals with the closest margin being seven goals. Ramona’s next three

Ramona spikers gain first league win, reach Silver Division finals of tournament


Ramona High School’s boys volleyball team returned from Spring Break by defeating Orange Glen for the Bulldogs’ first league win of 2013.

During their first week back to action, the Bulldogs also lost to Del Norte and played in the Scripps Ranch Tournament, where Ramona reached the Silver Division finals.

Ramona golf team shoots low scores in two league victories


The Bulldog golf team beat Orange Glen and Mission Vista in Valley League matches and lost a non-league tilt to San Pasqual on the links last week.

The Dawgs are 9-5 overall and 3-0 in the Valley League.

Ramona beat Orange Glen at Eagles Crest Golf Club 204-254. Kazar Matoian shot a 39 on the par 36 front nine to earn medalist honors in the match. Jacob Buckley fired a 40. Ryan Graf carded a 41. Thomas Andrews and Mike Smith both shot 42.

Ramona’s Riley, Stidham finish invite’s 1,600-meter race as top two


Ramona High School seniors Forrest Riley and Tristan Stidham placed first and second respectively in the Jaguar Invitational boys 1,600-meter race at Valley Center High School.

“That was exciting,” said head coach Sherri Edwards.

Three Ramona girls place third in Jaguar Invitational track and field events

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Ramona High School’s girls track and field team competed in the Jaguar Invitational meet April 13 at Valley Center High School, and three Bulldogs took third place in their events.

Holly Stallman placed third in the invitational 100-meter dash, Callie Guasti was third in the high jump, and Ciara Lucas finished third in the open 800-meter race.