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Hawk Grapplers Rolling Again!

The back to back Mountain Pass League Champions, and 2015 CIF runners up, are at full speed as the season reaches its most important point.   Citrus Hill has opened with three consecutive dual meet victories over West Valley, San Jacinto, and Beaumont heading into their annual showdown with Hemet High School for the top spot in

STATE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS!!

On a cold and rainy night December 19, 2015, Citrus Hill played for the State Division 2 football title, its sixteenth game of the season.  St. Francis High School of Mountain View, from the Central Coast Section, traveled to Citrus Hill to determine who was the best in California.  The Hawks started slow in the

INLAND DIVISION FOOTBALL CHAMPS!!!

Friday, December 4, Citrus Hill traveled to #1 seed Heritage (13-0) for the 2015 Inland Division Championship game.  The Hawks caused a fumble on the opening kickoff and never looked back. Citrus Hill never trailed in the game after the first drive.  The Heritage power running game was kept in check for all four quarters, as

HAWKS OVER MUSTANGS IN 2OT

Citrus Hill faced rival Rancho Verde for the fourth time in fifteen months Friday November 27.  The Hawks prevailed 28-21 three months earlier, but both teams had more to play for in the CIF semifinals.  Citrus Hill trailed 17-7 midway through the second quarter, before gaining momentum on a kickoff return by Tesi Mikaele.  Six

Hawks show well in 2015 Big Daddy Tourney

Citrus Hill Boys Varsity Basketball is primed for a breakout 2015-2016 season.  It got to first test its readiness throughout the Big Daddy Tournament.  Citrus Hill has hosted this tournament for the past 10 years, and represents many of the best teams in Riverside County.  The Hawks sailed through opening round games against Vista Del

Citrus Hill Storms Back vs Redlands

  Citrus Hill varsity football made the 20 mile drive to Redlands High School Friday, November 20 for quarterfinal CIF action.  Turnovers and penalties kept them game close, with the Hawks trailing 9-6 late in the 4th quarter.   Devin Floyd gave the Hawks a lead at 13-9 with 3 minutes left, but the Terriers responded with

Welcome To The Home For Citrus Hill Sports

Fall sports are around the corner and this year the Hawks will feature an online presence that will cover our schools athletic programs like never before. Stay tuned for more details and exciting news!

Citrus Hill Athletics Needs Your Help

With the new website, we now have a portal to promote our sports like never before.  If you would like to get involved with reporting scores, writing articles or even taking pictures or video … Contact the Athletic Department to see what you can do to help and make citrushillathletics.com the best of the best on the