August 27, 1975
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Corona Forms High School Leagues

CRA at Corona Raceway
Wednesday November 20, 1974
By: Tom

Corona Raceway is now sporting one of the finest High School Motocross schedules in all of California, as 20 high schools compete in five different leagues.

Every Friday night at Corona Raceway, five schools compete, as they try to collect points for the overall season title. This Friday night, November 15th, five Riverside and San Bernardino County high schools will compete on the big one-mile course, which includes the big downhill on the back of the half-mile stadium. Montclair, Bloomington, Norco, Alta Loma, and defending Inland Empire Champion North will be attempting to score points in the overall battle.

The league setup is in five different divisions with schools placed in division by the school size. The 'A' division consists of Eisenhower, Ramona, Upland, and a combination of Hemet and San Jacinto high schools. In division 'B' there are Montclair, North, Palm Springs, and Rubidoux. Alta Loma, Chino, Corona, and Riverside Poly make up the 'C' division. The final two divisions consists of Arlington, Bloomington, Norte Vista, and Moreno Valley in one class with Garey, La Sierra, Norco, and Notre Dame in another division.

The league will run through the month of April with each school competing once a month. Also Corona Raceway will not be racing stock cars for the rest of the year, and the Sunday afternoons will be dark.