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Coyotes News · Where’s California’s Toughest Place to Play? – Presented by VNN


Last month we asked our network to share the places in their state that they thought were the toughest to visit. Nearly 500 stadiums, gyms, pools, and courses were nominated, and now it’s time to crown a winner.

Where’s California’s Toughest Place to Play?

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Where’s California’s Toughest Place To Play?

Maranatha High School’s Field – Multiple Sports – Home of the Maranatha Minutemen
Eastvale Community Park – Soccer – Home the Eleanor Roosevelt Mustangs
Scripps Ranch High School’s Field – Field Hockey – Home of the Scripps Ranch Falcons
Citrus College Stadium – Football – Home of the Glendora Tartans
Crusader Field – Football – Home of the Valley Christian Crusaders
Santiago High School Aquatic Center – Swim & Dive – Home of the Santiago Sharks
Irvine Regional Park – Cross Country – Home of the Godinez Grizzlies
Wildcat Stadium – Football – Home of the Brea Olinda Wildcats
Half Moon Bay Artichoke Invitational – Cross Country – Home of the Half Moon Bay Cougars
Benny Edens Field – Football – Home of the Point Loma Pointers
Mayfair High School Gym – Volleyball – Home of the Mayfair Monsoons
Los Altos Stadium – Football – Home of the Los Altos Conquerors
Chino Hills Field – Soccer – Home of the Chino Hills Huskies
Temecula Valley Stadium – Football – Home of the Temecula Valley Golden Bears
La Habra Field – Football – Home of the La Habra Highlanders
Apple Valley Field – Football – Home of the Apple Valley Eagles
Heritage Soccer Field – Soccer – Home Heritage Patriots

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Winning locations will be entered into our Regional and National Contest to come at a later date!

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Coyotes News · Top Plays from across the Nation – Vote Granite Hills


With help from our friends at Rapid Replay, VNN gathers the top plays from high schools around the nation every week!

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Granite Hills Football – CA
West Linn Football – OR
Timber Creek Volleyball – FL
Chicopee Comprehensive Football – MA
Temple Football – TX
Chicopee Soccer – MA

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Multiple Teams · Coyotes lose in Forest to Scots


The Indian Spring offensive line looking at video of the game
The Indian Spring offensive line looking at video of the game

In only their second visit to The Rim Forest in three seasons the Coyotes made the 25 mile climb up to Rim of the World High School for their first league game of the 17-18 season. Their last visit (2015) was a game that was played at the end of the season which even included playoff implications. This time, it’s up front and when asked if this is a must win, coach McMillan stated “every game is a must win.” One huge difference was the fact that, this time, the game was played during the first week in autumn which can be brutal and unforgiving, at least for the desert bound coyotes!

On the first possession of the game, the scots ran 7 consecutive running plays and moved the ball at will, nine yards at a time. The Scots fumbled the ball on their 8th consecutive running play and Coyote defensive end, Ananias Murphy caught it in mid-air and ran it back 69 yards for the game’s first touchdown, giving the Coyotes a 6-0 head start, with 8 minutes left in the quarter! However, after a healthy kick return, the Scots answered with a 5-play drive for a touchdown. The end of the first quarter meant it was 7-6 Scots. On the first play of the 2nd quarter, the Scots added to their lead with a 55-yard touchdown run as the Coyotes paid heavily for their poor tackling. With the game 14-6, the coyotes had a punt blocked in the end zone adding 2 points to the Scots total, bringing the game’s score to 16-6. The half ended with the Scots comfortably in the driver’s seat with a 22-6 lead. For good measure, the hosts added another touchdown bringing the score to 30-6, with 6 minutes left in the 3rd quarter. But the coyotes managed to wake up, although too late. In a game where the Coyotes showed high intensity on defense, they never managed to get started on offense. The Coyote defense created two turnovers, one for a touchdown but Kylaun Woods never had the quality runs he has shown throughout his breakthrough season and even fumbled early in the first quarter. After the Coyotes were forced to abandon their ground game, Woods, who entered the game with 788 total rushing yards, (ranked 5th in the Inland Empire) was asked to line up as a receiver to supplement the offensive attack. True to form, Kylaun ends the night with a 79-yard touchdown catch, which ended up being the Coyote’s only offensive scoring production of the evening. The Coyote defense has allowed 30 points or more in three games this season.  On this night, the 33 points could be linked to their offensive turnovers and overall lack of production which translated in the defense being on the field for 75% of the game. When asked if the defense was affected by being on the field for so long, defensive back coach, Terrence Thomas, simply said “33 points is never a good thing.” Coach McMillan stated after the game, “we just need to get better. We need to find ways to get better. Our Players [need to dedicate more time to their game and not outside distractions]”. After only their first loss in league play, the Coyotes will be at home against San Gorgonio on Friday the 13th.


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Multiple Teams · Indian Springs High School Girls Varsity Volleyball falls to Rim Of The World High School 3-0


Tuesday, October 3, 2017

4:30 PM

Rim Of The World High School
AWAY
3

Indian Springs High School
HOME
0

Game Recap

Rim of the World dominates play over the Lady Coyotes Volleyball Team.

Box Scores

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2
3
4
5
Rim Of The World
25

25

25

Indian Springs
9

4

21


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Girls Junior Varsity Tennis, Girls Varsity Tennis · Indian Springs High School Girls Varsity Tennis falls to Rim Of The World High School 16-2


Tuesday, October 3, 2017

3:15 PM

Rim Of The World High School
AWAY
16

Indian Springs High School
HOME
2

Meet Recap

The Rim of the World Lady Scots dominate play by a score of 16-2. The Rincon sisters hold their own earning a point each from the Rim of the World Machine.


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Boys Junior Varsity Water Polo, Boys Varsity Water Polo · Indian Springs High School Boys Varsity Water Polo falls to San Gorgonio High School 17-4


Thursday, October 5, 2017

3:15 PM

San Gorgonio High School
AWAY
17

Indian Springs High School
HOME
4

Game Recap

The San Gorgonio Spartans Came into the Indian Springs Aquatic Center focused on one thing; Staying in the hunt for a San Andreas League Playoff Berth. The Spartans dominated the Coyotes and finished the game with a 17-4 score.


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Multiple Teams · Indian Springs High School Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball falls to Rim Of The World High School 2-0


Tuesday, October 3, 2017

3:15 PM

Rim Of The World High School
AWAY
2

Indian Springs High School
HOME
0

Game Recap

The Lady Coyotes were enveloped by the Scots that came down the mountain to play Volleyball. Rim of the World sweeps JV girls 2-0.


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Boys Junior Varsity Water Polo, Boys Varsity Water Polo · Indian Springs High School Boys Varsity Water Polo falls to Granite Hills/Apple Valley High School 16-2


Tuesday, October 3, 2017

3:15 PM

Granite Hills/Apple Valley High School
AWAY
16

Indian Springs High School
HOME
2

Game Recap

Boys Polo feeling the effects of missing a few players in their loss to Granite Hills. Keep pushing forward Coyotes!


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Multiple Teams · Indian Springs High School Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball beat Arroyo Valley High School 2-0


Tuesday, September 26, 2017

3:15 PM

Arroyo Valley High School
AWAY
0

Indian Springs High School
HOME
2

Game Recap

The Lady Coyotes JV Volleyball team sweeps Arroyo Valley in straight sets 2-0 by the score of 25-13 and 25-13. Go Coyotes!

Box Scores

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2
3
4
5
Arroyo Valley
13

13

Indian Springs
25

25


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Coyotes News · Where Are the Toughest Places to Play? Nominate Now:


We here at VNN are doing a feature for our national media site highlighting the toughest places to play in all of high school sports and we want to hear from YOU what Stadium/Field/Gym/Course/Venue is the toughest to play and why?

Be on the lookout for the final feature coming soon on VNNsports.net!

 

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