BHS Athletics



Welcome all incoming freshmen in the class of 2023! Below you will find important information about our athletic registration process to clear your student-athlete prior to participation at BHS this summer, as well as upcoming meeting and tryout information for each of our sports. E-mails for each of our head coaches are listed in our Coaching Staff directory, which is linked in the upper left-hand corner of this page. Our new online registration process at will be available beginning on Monday, April 1. Please print out the BHS Athletic Clearance instructions and follow them to complete your student's registration. You may contact the athletic director or athletic secretary for questions about our new online registration process. We look forward to your arrival on campus this summer to join our athletic department!


Please see below for flyers detailing initial meeting or tryout dates for each of our sports. All incoming freshmen interested in summer participation in BHS programs must complete our online registration at by June 1. Please see instructions listed above to complete this process. All flyers below are in PDF format so that you can save or print for your convenience. 



Congratulations to Beaumont HS seniors Juliana Bricarello and Joanna Hendricks for each winning individual CIF championships this weekend at the CIF Southern Section Girls Wrestling Championships at Roosevelt HS in Eastvale. Juliana captured the 143-lb division, while Joanna won the 189-lb division. Juliana won four of her five matches by pinning her opponents, including earning the win by fall over Victor Valley's Sierra Rivera in the title bout. Joanna won three of her five bouts by fall, including finishing her final match with the pin against Lauryn Morales from Etiwanda HS. At the CIF State wrestling championships this past weekend, Joanna placed 4th, and Juliana placed 5th in their respective divisions. Beaumont ended the state tournament at #15, with well over 150 schools represented at the competition. Congratulations to both of our Lady Cougars!


For all new students interested in trying out for an upcoming sport, please refer to the list below. You must have an updated athletic packet on file in the athletic department office, and take your "golden ticket" to your first day of tryouts.
 Stay tuned for more opportunities ... 


Congratulations to boys and girls basketball teams, as well as our girls water polo team for capturing Mountain Pass League championships during the winter season. All three teams have earned berths in the CIF playoffs by virtue of their league titles. The boys basketball team completed an undefeated league campaign, finishing 10-0, with an overall record of 20-8. The girls basketball team finished the league season at 8-2 and were co-champions in the MPL. The Lady Cougars completed the season with an overall record of 15-11. The girls water polo team also earned a co-championship, compiling a 5-1 league record, and finishing the season 15-14 overall. Congratulations to all of our student-athletes and coaches!


15 female student-athletes attended the Citrus Belt Area Athletic Directors' Association Women In Sport conference on Tuesday, February 5. The conference was held at the National Orange Show events center, and featured female guest speakers from a variety of professions who shared their athletic backgrounds and path to their career. Student-athletes from Beaumont HS included the following:
Top Row (L to R): Nicole Martinez, Juliana Bricarello, Delaney Harper, McKenna Watcher, Emma Petersen, Briana Macias, Kayla Sasser, Julia Shephard, Megan Watkins.
Bottom Row (L to R): Kaylee Campbell, Savannah Hartman, Tori Echevarria, Kylie Coon, Savannah Cypert, Caroline Scholte


Congratulations to the following Beaumont seniors who have made their official commitments to continue their athletic pursuits at the collegiate level next year (in order left to right):
Joey Casey (Softball)  Northwestern Oklahoma State University (D2)
Annie Bennett (Softball)  Lindenwood-Bellville University (NAIA)
Kylie Coon (Volleyball)  Saint Martin's University (D2)


The Lady Cougars finished the 2018 season in historic fashion, reaching the CIF State regional championship game this past Tuesday, which represents the deepest playoff run in BHS history. After falling in the CIF sectional semifinals to The Archer School for Girls, Beaumont received a CIF State tournament invitation, and earned the #2 seed in division 4. Beaumont defeated San Pedro (LA City Section D1 Champions), Faith Baptist (Southern Section D8 Champions) and San Dimas (Southern Section D7 semifinalist) to reach the regional final match against San Luis Obispo. SLO proved to be a tough opponent and defeated the Lady Cougars, but Beaumont earned the first CIF State plaque in BHS history. They won 6 postseason games between the sectional and state tournaments, breaking the school record of 5 postseason victories that was set by the 1988 boys basketball team. Congratulations to our Lady Cougars for an outstanding season!
Welcome to the 2019 spring athletic season! We look forward to your support at all of our student's games. Each schedule listed below is in a PDF format for you to print or save to your electronic device. Schedules are subject to change due to weather conditions, adjustments by the host school, and unforeseen issues at other schools. We will do our best to update schedules here if they are communicated the week prior to an event. Some tournament games scheduled at other schools are still TBD, and additional competitions may be scheduled. Please understand that admission is charged at most schools for most events, and ticket prices are generally similar to those listed to the left for BHS home events. Wear your BLUE, cheer loud and proud, and set a great example of sportsmanship and class at every contest! Our teams and coaches appreciate your positive support!


Keep up with our scores and results by going to our page link for Weekly Athletic Schedules & Scores at the upper left side of this page, or by going to our school page at Max Preps by clicking on their logo below. Thank you for your support of all of our student-athletes!
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Are you planning to attend all of your student's home games here at BHS? Do you want to avoid the lines at the ticket booth prior to entering the stadium or gymnasium? Then consider purchasing an athletic pass for each adult and child in your family that plans to attend games. Our admission prices are posted in the column on the right side of this page, so you can see that you will save money if you purchase a pass. Here is the information and how to purchase:

Adult Annual Pass (entry to all football, volleyball, basketball and wrestling for ENTIRE year) - $40.00 per person
Adult Seasonal Pass (entry to all FALL or WINTER or SPRING games) - $25.00 per person
Senior Adult Seasonal Pass - $20.00 per person
Child (age 5-12) Annual Pass - $20.00 per child

You may purchase through the BHS business office at any time during the day, and can have a photo taken at either 1st lunch (11:00-11:40) or 2nd lunch (12:00-12:40) throughout the week to produce your pass. You may also send cash or check with your student to make the purchase at the business office, and e-mail a JPEG photo for each person ordering a pass to our ASB director, Jennifer Florence. Her e-mail is Send your e-mail with the subject as your FAMILY NAME - ATHLETIC PASS, and include your request in the body, and attach your JPEG. Your passes will be printed and sent home with your student. Once you have your pass, just bypass the ticket line at the stadium and go directly to the home gate for entry. At the gym, just show your pass to the ticket taker and enjoy the game. BHS athletic passes are ONLY VALID FOR USE AT HOME GAMES, and will not be honored at any other school.


There is a wide array of informative articles to help student-athletes, parents, coaches and administrators to make the most of the high school athletic experience. In the educational setting, we receive articles from many journals and publications that are available at no cost. Important information is often received directly by school personnel, and then given to the student-athletes in a variety of ways. We are going to start posting links to online articles and websites that would be helpful to our parent community on subjects that deal directly with student-athletes and high school athletics in general. Our goal is to provide information, and, when possible, host informational programs for our parent community that will provide meaningful subject matter in growing and preparing our student-athletes for a variety of post high school opportunities. This resource page will be a work in progress, and we will add as we go along. Thank you for all that you do for your students, and your support of the academic and athletic efforts we strive for at BHS. (Updated June 2018)

1. 10 Tips from Olympic Nutritionists: Eat Like An Olympian
2. NCAA Athletic Scholarship Probability: NCAA Fact Sheet
3. Nutrition Tips for HS Athletes on Game Day: Eat Right Article
4. Teens, Cell Phone Use and Sleep: Sleeping Less Article
5. The Role of the Sports Parent: Educated Parent Article
6. Time Management for Student-Athletes: Time Management Article

Athletic Department Information


(951) 845-3171, ext 343109
Athletic Secretary: Kari Pepper 
Athletic Director: Martin DuSold 
Football - Varsity and Varsity/FR doubleheaders
General Admission: $7.00
Students (age 5-12): $5.00
Children (under 5): FREE

Football - JV or FR single games
General Admission: $5.00
Students (age 5-12): $3.00
Children (under 5): FREE
Basketball/Volleyball/ Wrestling
General Admission: $5.00
Students (age 5-12): $3.00
Children (under 5): FREE
League Championship Events (Swim/Track/ Wrestling)
General Admission: $5.00
Students (age 5-12): $3.00
Children (under 5): FREE