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A Farquhar played soccer Sunday, Sept. 12, at the University of Redlands’ Farquhar Field. But he wore the gold and white uniform of Oglethorpe University in Brookhaven, Ga.

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Fall is my favorite season. The air is crisp. The kids are in school. And the Friday Night Lights shine brightly.

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Little League baseball official Howard Reeves put his arm around me at a recent game and said, “You don’t have anywhere better to go today, do you?”

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The prep sports season is melting away like an ice cream bar on hot asphalt. But there’s enough of the season left to spur excitement on the Aquinas High campus.

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Back in the 1960s, a few years after the Beatles first appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show, I was a brown-haired lad playing third base for Ram’s Sporting Goods of the San Bruno Pee Wee League.

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“April showers bring May flowers” is the saying, but there wasn’t much rain this year. Blossoming instead were these notions about the Spring sports season:

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Obrey Brown, the former sports editor for Century Newspapers, is still alive and kicking, despite the email we received recently from Redlands East Valley High sports dad Bruce Cavarno.

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REDLANDS — The Citrus Valley High baseball program is still emerging from the shadow of Yucaipa and Redlands East Valley, longtime powers in the Citrus Belt League.

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I covered “A Run Through Redlands” Sunday, April 18, and it was a happening. For something that only sorta happened, that is.

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Harold Strauss’s players bunched together like they were peeking at risqué pictures. His offenses with their wild maneuverings induced opponents to jump offside. His team’s jersey numbers were so hard to read they prompted sportswriters to curse.

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One sure way to a football lineman’s heart is recognition. They don’t normally get much of it.

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There weren’t many fans. No band played. And the Aquinas High football team lost its season opener 24-14 to visiting Lancaster Paraclete.

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Touching down at Ontario International Airport in the summer of 1992, my first stop en route to a job interview at the Victorville newspaper was at a convenience store. There I noticed for sale all the newspapers in the area. I didn’t know I’d someday work at most of them.

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