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“Play for each other”, DHS inspired and determined for second round of CIFSS

Desert Hot Springs is coming off their first-ever playoff win, but there is still food left on the table. The Golden Eagles are soaring into the 2nd Round of CIF-SS and will face Baldwin Park on Friday.

"It's about playing for each other. That's what we had in our last game against Jurupa Valley going into halftime we talked about that. We can't leave anything out, we can't take anything home. Have to leave it all on the field," said head coach Roy Provost. "So that's what we did and that's what we're going to do going forward."

"Everybody was excited," said senior Jaire Broach. "It's playoffs now and we want to take that to the next victory. So everybody was excited here by coming to my class with told me, Jaire, you're doing your thing out there."

"We had a nice little celebration after Jurupa Valley and then it's Baldwin Park. So we're scouting Baldwin Park, we're running their plays, we're doing everything we can do to be successful," said Provost.

"We played a good football and I'm proud of my team for coming out there and working hard," said Christian Davis. "Coach told us that we are about to make a change to this program."

"The mentality is we just got to stay humble, consistent, and we don't need no mistakes because our mistakes kill us at the end of the day. New Era, everything Coach P," said senior QB Messiah Smith. "Just amazing to be here."

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Bailey Arredondo

Bailey Arredondo is a Sports Anchor/Reporter for KESQ News Channel 3. He joined the Desert’s News Leader in January 2022 here.


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