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  1. Lawler signs with Cal, ending big day for I.E.

    Dan Arritt

    Upland wide receiver Kenny Lawler, the last major unsigned recruit from the Inland Empire, made it official Wednesday afternoon, announcing he will sign with California. Lawler took a last-minute recruiting trip over the weekend to California afte...

    Blog | February 01, 2012
  2. Powell switches from UCLA to Colorado

    Dan Arritt

    Less than 24 hours before national signing day and high school football recruits from the Inland Empire continue to sway on their decisions, or learn that a previous offer is no longer on the table. UCLA and Colorado are two schools in the middle ...

    Blog | January 31, 2012
  3. ASU coaching change fallout

    Dan Arritt

    The late-season coaching change at Arizona State continues to have an impact on recruiting in the Inland Empire. It was reported last month that Chaparral linebacker C.J. Dozier and Upland wide receiver Kenny Lawler had de-committed from the ...

    Blog | January 19, 2012
  4. I.E.: Arizona State loses another football recruit

    Dan Arritt

    The coaching change at Arizona State claimed another Inland Empire recruit last week. Chaparral outside linebacker C.J. Dozier has de-committed from the Sun Devils, according to the recruiting publication, Scout.com. Dozier, a 6-foot-2, 210-pou...

    Blog | December 26, 2011
  5. I.E.: Top football recruits for class of '12

    Dan Arritt

    Now that the high football season has ended, the recruiting period is in full swing. The Inland Empire, which has stockpiled a number of collegiate conferences over the years, has its share of blue-chip recruits again this season. Here's a list of se...

    Blog | December 22, 2011
  6. I.E.: Inland Division second-round previews

    Dan Arritt

    INLAND DIVISION Second round, Friday Chaparral (7-4) at No. 1 Corona Centennial (10-1), 7:30 p.m. How they got here: Centennial defeated visiting Redlands, 49-35; Chaparral knocked off visiting Los Osos, 38-14. Matchup to watch: Centennia...

    Blog | November 23, 2011
  7. Chaparral hopes to reel in Centennial

    Dan Arritt

    Redlands may have provided a blueprint on how to score against Corona Centennial but other than Mother Nature, nobody has designed a way to stop its offense in recent years. The latest coach to inherit that challenge is Ryan Tukua of Chaparral, wh...

    Blog | November 22, 2011
  8. I.E.: Games of the Week

    Dan Arritt

    League play kicks off this week for the remainder of the I.E., and the Southwestern League doesn't waste any time, opening up with two excellent matchups. Meanwhile, the Big VIII League will feature its only remaining undefeated teams in a cross-town...

    Blog | October 12, 2011
  9. I.E.: Games of the week

    Dan Arritt

    The first four teams in the Inland Empire top 10 face off against formidable opponents this week, none more intriguing then Norco hosting Upland on Friday night. J.W. North put itself on the map last week with a huge upset against Alemany. Will there...

    Blog | September 21, 2011
  10. I.E.: Summit-Etiwanda highlights opening week

    Dan Arritt

    Through out this season, ESPNLA plans to highlight the Inland Empire's top matchups of the week, whether it's two undefeated teams going head to head in league play, a beefy offensive line against a swarming defensive front, or an offseason transfer ...

    Blog | August 31, 2011
  11. Football: No. 21 Chaparral

    Dan Arritt

    Temecula Chaparral swallowed enough pride last season to feed an army. The Pumas came into the year ranked 11th in the state by Cal-Hi Sports - ahead of such powerhouses as Mission Viejo, Corona Centennial and Oceanside - but quickly learned they wer...

    Blog | August 21, 2011
  12. I.E.: A closer look at the Southwestern League

    Dan Arritt

    SOUTHWESTERN LEAGUE Last season's results: Vista Murrieta (12-2, 5-0); Murrieta Valley (6-5, 3-2); Temecula Chaparral (4-7, 3-2); Temecula Valley (5-5, 2-3); Temecula Great Oak (4-6, 2-3); Murrieta Mesa (2-8, 0-5). Players to watch: It's shap...

    Blog | August 17, 2011
  13. Inland Empire: Chaparral vs. Vista Murrieta still has some import...

    Dan Arritt

    OK, so it's not the preeminent game in the Inland Empire this season. That doesn't mean Temecula Chaparral and Vista Murrieta won't be grinding on their mouthpieces when they take the field Thursday night for their Southwestern League opener at Vi...

    Blog | October 13, 2010