The Rancho Bernardo High football team did not just regain the Rotary Cup for the first time in four years Friday night. The Broncos also stayed in contention for the Palomar League title and a top-four seed in the San Diego Section Division II playoffs.
‘The City in the Country” is now an official “host town” for next summer’s Special Olympics World Games.
The Rancho Bernardo High football team has not had this much on the line this late in the season for a few years.
Some players use their speed and strength to score goals. Joshua Wang knows he is not always the fastest or the strongest in the pool, so he tends to rely on another weapon to find the back of the net: his brain.
Some of Poway High School’s first teachers and students were back on campus Friday afternoon, sharing memories and laughs while enjoying the grand opening of the Titan Museum and Hall of Fame.
Becky Williams is a big believer in routine checkups with her doctor.
Several years ago, the Yee family of Poway was surprised to learn about their family history on a trip to China. Recently, they were able to celebrate that family history in New York.
Whether dressing up as a fanciful fairy tale character, superhero or scary monster, there will be plenty for those of all ages to enjoy in the days leading up to Halloween.
Oct 16 2014 | Posted in Featured Story
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The Poway High football team has not had to defend the Kiwanis Cup trophy since 2011, when it crushed Mt. Carmel 42-7 before rolling to the San Diego Section Division I championship.
Things can spiral out of control quickly when starting a young quarterback at the varsity level.