It will be a big deal Friday night, when Grand Terrace hosts Riverside Notre Dame in the first game ever for Grand Terrace. Game time is 7 p.m. at Grand Terrace High School. It’s being dubbed “Clash of the TItans” since both teams have the Titans nickname.
KTLA is supposed to be out there. A special commemorative coin will be used for the pregame flip. The Sheriff’s Department will have a flyover.
This week, Redlands East Valley’s football Week 4 opponent, Temecula Rancho Christian, cancelled the varsity portion of its football program.
That left the Wildcats scrambling for a replacement. It is fairly unlikely one will be found.
Corona Santiago is another school that lost a game scheduled against Rancho Christian. Santiago is hoping to move its scheduled game against Upland from Week 4 to Week 5 to allow REV and Santiago to play each other Week 4 and make up the game both teams missed. That seems unlikely since the Upland-Santiago game is an Upland home game and Upland needs to agree to it.
Rancho Christian cancelled its varsity schedule after losing its first game 43-6 to Whittier La Serna last Friday. Rancho Christian had only 13 players and four were hurt in the game.
Friday night’s San Bernardino County football scores:
Arroyo Valley 32, Fontana 0
Ayala 46, Diamond Bar 17
Chino Hills 41, Riverside Arlington 20
Desert Hot Springs 26, Aquinas 13
Diamond Ranch 22, Chino 14
Eastside 42, Granite Hills 0
Eisenhower 54, Alta Loma 0
Heritage Christian 26, Arrowhead Chr. 6
Los Osos 46, La Quinta 23
Montclair 40, Ganesha 6
Murrieta Mesa 55, Jurupa Hills 19
Northview 33, Ontario 0
Ontario Christian 31, Bakersfield Chr. 7
Paloma Valley 54, San Bernardino 6
Palmdale Knight 21, Apple Valley 7
Rancho Cucamonga 40, Redlands 17
San Gorgonio 27, Citrus Valley 9
South Hills 33, Colony 28
Silverado 20, Hesperia 14
Serrano 42, Paraclete 20
Summit 38, Etiwanda 6
Temecula Chaparral 42, Cajon 20
Upland 34, Muir 6
Walnut 40, Don Lugo 21
Yucaipa 21, Chaffey 7
Yucca Valley 49, Xavier Prep 20