The Redwood Pioneers moved from Rohnert Park in the mid-1980s to where Gene Autry’s major league Anaheim team trained to create the Palm Springs Angels.
As pickleball drives tennis players from the public and private courts they have played for years, this popular game is taking over Palm Springs and beyond.
The late Steve Zucker’s memoir traces his introduction to a career as a sports agent that dominated the Rancho Mirage resident’s life for 30 years.
A seismic shift has been shaking up the recreational landscape as venues across the Coachella Valley convert their tennis courts for pickleball play.
Agua Caliente Tribal member Vincent Gonzales Jr. has raced with the big dogs of motocross and came close to going pro himself if not for an injury.
Since the 2011 inception of the American FootGolf League, the sport has seen an ever-growing presence on the desert’s greens.
The Palm Springs Power will begin its quest to reclaim the Southern California Collegiate Baseball League (SCCBL) title that eluded them for the first time in five years in 2016 with a season-opening series starting June 2 against the So Cal Catch at Palm Springs Stadium. And typical to a roster that features players from all parts of the country,
Members at The Vintage Club are used to going for the green. Now, they’re going for the Gold. While up at his Alaskan home last year, Vintage member Bob Penney learned that the USA Women’s Rugby team headed for the Summer Olympic Games was visiting the desert. Not familiar with the game of women’s rugby? Well, neither is the Olympics.
Summer baseball reminds players why they first began playing the sport. “You kind of relive when you were just a kid and your coach told you you’re playing this spot today and make it happen,” says Desert Christian Academy graduate Morgan Earman. “You get to go out there and compete and have a good time every night and playing here
Swimming is often referred to as a lifetime sport, and U.S. Masters Swim programs in the Coachella Valley offer that opportunity.