Tag: Big Bear High School Football

BBHS Football @ Templeton Streaming Live Tonight

Big Bear, CA, November 21, 2014 – The Big Bear High School football team travels over 300 miles today to play Templeton High school in the second round of the 2014 CIF Southern Section High School Football playoffs. The Big Bear @ Templeton game has been selected by Fox Sports West to air on their web PREP ZONE platform LIVE tonight at 7:30 p.m. The game will then be archived to allow for later viewing. Click on FOX WEST PREP ZONE to stream it...

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Today’s BBHS CIF Playoff Game Moved to Lucerne Valley

Big Bear, CA, November 10, 2012 – According to Leoma Smith, Principal’s Secretary for Big Bear High School, today’s CIF football game has been moved to Lucerne Valley High School due to snow.   This will be the first game of the CIF playoffs for the Bear’s Varsity team against Brethren Christian of Huntington Beach.  Lucerne High School is located on 33233 Rabbit Springs Road in Lucerne Valley and the game starts at 1pm.  Go...

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DOVES Seeks MVP’s : Men for Violence Prevention

Big Bear, Ca, October 3, 2011, 3:00pm – Hundreds of people came together last Sunday to support DOVES, and to speak out against Domestic Violence.  The 4th annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event took place, where men and boys put on women’s shoes, and walked through the village to stand against Domestic Violence in Big Bear.  The march was led by the Big Bear High School football team, and also included Big Bear Valley Firefighters, community and church members.  DOVES is an outreach center for victims of Domestic Violence, and provides many programs including legal advocacy for victims of domestic violence, one on one counseling, children’s therapy, a men’s mentoring program, transitional housing, Hispanic outreach, elder abuse support, a teen dating violence program and also has a 17 bed shelter in Big Bear.  In a presentation to the Community Church congregation Sandy Benson, DOVES Director of Outreach Services, stated that many people don’t think domestic violence happens in our “Big Bear bubble,” however the statistics from last year prove that idea wrong.  In the 2010-2011 fiscal year DOVES answered 614 hotline calls, served 877 adults and children, provided 358 hours of legal advocacy, received 270 shelter requests, and provided shelter locally for 35 families or individuals.  According to DOVES, local people who request shelter are sent to other areas to protect the families, and DOVES has always...

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