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Ramona’s Sean McDonald sets School record and moves to #5 all time in CIF!

In a thrilling 44-41 Victory on Senior Night 2018,  Ramona High’s Sean McDonald coming back from a 3 week hiatus due to an injury carried the ball 28 times for 398 yards which is a Ramona High School Record. Sean’s performance places him #5 ALL TIME in the San Diego CIF Record book. (Unfortunately Sean had two BIG BIG

Girls Volleyball gets #2 Seed in CIF Division 1 Playoffs :)

Tuesday Night October 23rd at 7:00pm the Lady Bulldogs will battle Wests Hills High at HOME in Bulldog Gym. The Strong Volleyball program again earns a HIGH SEED after winning the Valley League Championship last week. Ticket prices are $9.00 adults and $6.00 Student/Senior. Division 1 Bracket below here… CVB Bracket 2018  

Ramona High Cross Country News….Girls Team Places 1st :)

The girls varsity cross country placed first out of 30 teams in their race on Friday at the Mt. SAC Invitational . They were lead by Amy Brown who finished 2nd out of 122 runners with a time of 18:54; followed by Alyssa Davis (14th), Michaela Meskell (22nd), Kendall Drisko (23rd), Lexie Waples (27th), Mary Loring (33rd), and

Girls Volleyball at Ramona High continues to DOMINATE !

The Bulldog ladies play to wrap up an Undefeated League Season and the Championship of the Valley League today at San Pasqual High School at 4:30pm (Varsity). Overall Record:  20-10-0  League Record:  9-0-0 Good luck to our Coaching Staff and wonderful Student Athletes that work so hard. Well done and GO BULLDOGS ! Sierra Adkins,

Girls Volleyball are Valley League Champions!!!

The Girls Varsity Volleyball team defeated Escondido 25 – 11, 25 -23, 25 – 20, before a packed Dawg House on Senior Night. With a record of 9 – 0, the win gives the girls a two game lead with one game left to play on Thursday. This is Ramona’s 5th consecutive Girls Volleyball league title.

Girls Volleyball playing to WIN Valley League this week”

The Team is currently (8-0) in league play and looks to finish it off well at home Tuesday vs. Escondido High and then the final regular season match Thursday at San Pasqual High. The team is (19-10) overall and playing for a  HIGH CIF Playoff Position.

Girls Volleyball moves to 8 – 0 in Valley League Play

The Girls varsity volleyball teams’ hot streak continued with a dominant 25 – 11, 25 – 19, 25 -23 win over Fallbrook. With the victory the girls clinched no worse than a tie for the Valley League crown. The Lady Bulldogs have two league games remaining, the first at home next Tuesday night, which is