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Murrieta Kids Walk, Roll To School Wednesday: Drivers, Be Aware

It's time once again for International Walk To School Day on Wednesday, Oct. 4. Here's what to know. MURRIETA, CA — Murrieta school children, families, school staff, and officials will be walking to school on Wednesday morning in what has become a worldwide event: International Walk To School Day.Kids and parents will be out and about on foot between 7:30 a.m. and 9 a.m. Wednesday morning, during school drop-off. Expect more kids on the road during school pick-up times in the afternoon, as well. Be mindful of all crossw...

It's time once again for International Walk To School Day on Wednesday, Oct. 4. Here's what to know.

MURRIETA, CA — Murrieta school children, families, school staff, and officials will be walking to school on Wednesday morning in what has become a worldwide event: International Walk To School Day.

Kids and parents will be out and about on foot between 7:30 a.m. and 9 a.m. Wednesday morning, during school drop-off. Expect more kids on the road during school pick-up times in the afternoon, as well. Be mindful of all crosswalks and stop signs, whether or not a crossing guard is present, according to the Riverside County Sheriff's Department.

Murrieta drivers should be aware there will be many more people out on sidewalks and crossing streets, on foot, bikes, skateboards, and scooters during drive time.

Approximately 40 Riverside County schools have signed up to participate in the "Walking School Bus," where groups of parents and volunteers walk with children to nearby schools, according to the Riverside University Health System, who is supporting the event.

International Walk To School Day is a one-day event that is part of a worldwide effort celebrating the benefits of a healthy lifestyle and walking or biking to school, according to Riverside University Health System-Public Health Director Kim Saruwatari.

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"This is just one day, but we are hopeful the community will see the benefits of walking and biking to school and make it an everyday habit," she said. "This is part of an overall healthier lifestyle for students, parents, and staff, including more exercise, healthier eating, and consuming less sugary drinks."

Public Health officers described some tips for students and parents forming the "walking school buses."

Walking to school can be an everyday occurrence, according to Saruwatari and the founders of International Walk to School Day.

Riverside County Sheriff's Department Sgt. Don Olson described the day and what drivers can do to make it an enjoyable outing for everyone.

"National Walk and Roll to School Day is a great opportunity for families to get outside and get moving together," Olson said. "Walking, biking, skateboarding or scootering to school not only provides exercise, but it also helps promote the importance of safe routes to schools."

Schools are encouraged to register at walkbiketoschool.org to track participation and show support for active, healthy, and safe transportation.

If you take a picture of your Murrieta Walking School Bus, email your Patch editor for a chance to be featured on Patch.

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California high school football recruiting notebook: Murrieta Valley's Bear Bachmeier continues to rise

Class of 2025 quarterback Bear Bachmeier led Murrieta Valley to a 39-38 victory over previously unbeaten San Clemente last Friday. He showcased his ability to fit passes in tight windows and used a powerful stiff arm to move a defensive bac...

Class of 2025 quarterback Bear Bachmeier led Murrieta Valley to a 39-38 victory over previously unbeaten San Clemente last Friday. He showcased his ability to fit passes in tight windows and used a powerful stiff arm to move a defensive back out of the way during a second quarter touchdown run.

After dropping their season opener, the Nighthawks have won four straight including Friday's win. Bachmeier has thrown for 982 yards and 10 touchdowns during that stretch.

He's added nearly 15 offers since the end of his sophomore season and continues to do his due diligence in his recruitment. Bachmeier took an unofficial visit to Notre Dame earlier this month after picking up an offer from the Irish during the summer. Following Friday's game, he mentioned Michigan and Texas A&M as schools that he'd like to visit during the season and said that he likes Stanford and Oregon as well.

His brother Hank is finishing up his collegiate career at Louisiana Tech after starting 29 games for Boise State. His other brother Tiger is a freshman wide receiver at Stanford.

Nasir Wyatt cuts list

Mater Dei junior linebacker Nasir Wyatt, one of the nation's best defenders, cut his list to eight schools on Wednesday.

Making the cut on Wyatt's list are Alabama, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas and USC.

Playing for the nation's top high school team, Wyatt has four sacks and two fumble recoveries through three games this season. He has 18 career sacks in 21 career varsity games.

Brandon Lockhart returns to Oregon

Many of California's top prospects made their way to Oregon last week as the Ducks hosted Colorado in the Pac-12 opener for both teams.

Among the group was 2026 five-star defensive back Brandon Lockhart of Loyola.

David Abajian opens up recruitment

David Abajian, a three-star senior offensive lineman at Chaminade, announced on social media Wednesday that he has decommitted from Oregon State.

Abajian took official visits to Oregon State, Cal and Kansas in the summer before announcing his commitment to the Beavers on July 4.

He's helped the Eagles to a 3-2 start this season while the team has averaged over seven yards per rush attempt. They'll open Mission League play this week with a trip to Gardena Serra.

Recent commitments in California

Brandon Baker, 2024 OL, Mater Dei: Texas

Wayshawn Parker, 2024 RB, Grant Union: Washington State

Davit Boyajyan, 2024 OL, Clovis North: Washington

New offers in California

Quimari Shemwell, 2024 DB, Long Beach Poly: UConn

Marcus Brown, 2024 WR, Mater Dei: Incarnate Word

Ajon Bryant, 2024 RB, Mater Dei: Incarnate Word, Western Illinois

Rahim Wright, 2024 DB, Rancho Cucamonga: Fresno State

Calvin Moore, 2024 DB, Orange Vista: Cal Poly

Cole Harrison, 2024 TE, San Mateo Serra: Houston

Kalolo Ta'aga, 2024 OL, Archbishop Riordan: Fresno State

Tanner Williams, 2024 LB, Mater Dei: Montana

Paden White, 2024 RB, Alemany: San Diego

Gage Burnett, 2024 LB, Santa Margarita: San Diego, Campbell

Jaylen Moore, 2025 WR, Westlake: Boston College

Josiah Sharma, 2025 DL, Inderkum: Arizona

Abduall Sanders, 2025 LB, Mater Dei: Miami

Shaun Scott, 2026 LB, Mater Dei: Miami

Manoah Faupusa, 2026 DL, Los Alamitos: Miami

Luke Fahey, 2026 QB, Mission Viejo: Maryland

Brandon Arrington, 2026 WR, Helix: San Diego State

Jailen Hill, 2027 DB, Inglewood: Washington State

-- Bodie De Silva | bodie@scorebooklive.com | @sbliveca

'ScareScape' Murrieta's Newest Haunted Maze Focuses On Facing Fears

After the Field of Screams and Temecula Terror were shuttered, a new haunt team is bringing some of your biggest fears to life in Murrieta.|Updated Thu, Sep 14, 2023 at 2:12 pm PTTEMECULA, CA — Three Southwest Riverside County haunted house producers are attempting to rekindle the community's love of local haunted houses with the debut of Murrieta's "ScareScape." The new haunted attraction will run Thursdays through Sundays from Sept. 29 through Oct. 29 at 28701 Los Alamos Heights Road.On a Wednesday af...

After the Field of Screams and Temecula Terror were shuttered, a new haunt team is bringing some of your biggest fears to life in Murrieta.

|Updated Thu, Sep 14, 2023 at 2:12 pm PT

TEMECULA, CA — Three Southwest Riverside County haunted house producers are attempting to rekindle the community's love of local haunted houses with the debut of Murrieta's "ScareScape." The new haunted attraction will run Thursdays through Sundays from Sept. 29 through Oct. 29 at 28701 Los Alamos Heights Road.

On a Wednesday afternoon, the sounds of saws and hammering echoed down from the hilltop to the Los Alamos Sports Park below as the build and design crew prepared for opening day.

The Creative Minds Productions team—Alexandra "Lexy" Berru, Emily Seruga, and Sean Riegler— are the minds behind the four-maze haunt. Each maze will force guests to confront some of humankind's most persistent phobias.

Patch talked with Berru about the team's philosophy and plans to keep the haunt actors and visitors safe as they build what is promoted as the scariest haunted house to hit the valley since 2019.

"ScareScape has officially been in the works since January 2023, but honesty, it's been something that Emily, Sean, and I have been individually dreaming about creating for many years," Berru said.

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The four mazes each have a theme based on some of the most common phobias: coulrophobia (the fear of clowns), phasmophobia (fear of ghosts and the supernatural), nyctophobia (fear of the dark), and entomophobia (fear of insects). Three are open for the general admission crowd, and one is a VIP exclusive. Pay extra to scare yourself senseless.

All three Creative Minds Productions team members learned how to design and produce haunts from longtime haunt professionals across Southern California. Berru and Seruga worked at Queen Mary's Dark Harbor, the Temecula Terror, and the Temecula Vail Lake KOA Halloween Haunt. Riegler has worked as a haunt actor at Field of Screams, Temecula Terror, and has acted and built out other area haunts since 2012.

Berru hopes their 2023 haunted attraction will be "a nightmare space for guests to encounter their primal fears." But this kind of nightmare will not have lingering trauma as have area haunts of years past, she said.

The local southwest Riverside County haunt industry became tainted after the conviction of a former Field of Screams haunt actor turned serial sex abuser, Morgan Fowler. After being convicted of abusing volunteers and minors involved with the haunts — some as young as 14—he was sentenced to spend over 200 years in a California mental institution. Another former haunt producer, half of the Bloodshed Brothers haunted house production team that produced Field of Screams and organized the Temecula Terror haunt, Zachary Ball, must register as a sex offender after being convicted of sex offenses with a minor. Both Fowler and Ball left a swath of distrust in the local haunt community and for residents who sent their children to volunteer or wander through those haunts.

According to Berru, her team and many in the southwest Riverside County haunt community have worked either at Field of Screams, Temecula Terror or with the Bloodshed Brothers.

Her company is attempting to separate itself from the abuses and help reboot the local haunted house industry in the area.

Reigler was at Field of Screams as a haunt actor from his early teenage years, according to previous Patch reports. According to Berru, he never knew or had any connection with Fowler. He did work closely with the Bloodshed Brothers at the 2021 Temecula Terror, as did Berru and Seruga.

Temecula Terror saw great success in 2021, but it became tainted by the convictions. The haunt, located at Galway Downs in Temecula, did not return in 2022.

"Learning of Zachary Ball's conviction was an utter shock to me as my experience working with him was positive and nothing short of professional.

"The accusations and convictions of the past year have done us all a service in amplifying the need to always put staff and guest safety at the top of the priority list in every situation at every event."

All employees are background checked, and there is sexual assault prevention and harassment training for all who work there, she added. Plus, there will be a full security detail at the site, according to Berru.

"I think the accusations and convictions of the past year have affected haunted houses in our area in a positive way," she said. "They have reminded haunted attraction producers, managers, and staff of our ethical and legal obligation to create and maintain a safe space for every human that engages with our event."

IE Weekend: ScareScape; Human Pink Ribbon; Special Olympics Torch Run

Looking for some cool things to do this weekend, Sept. 30-Oct. 1, throughout the Inland Empire? Patch has you covered.|Updated Fri, Sep 29, 2023 at 1:37 pm PTRIVERSIDE AND SAN BERNARDINO COUNTIES, CA — To keep your weekend fun and lively, Patch has rounded up some entertaining events going on throughout the Inland Empire — from the western reaches to the mountains, deserts and communities in between.Some are free. Some have a fee.Whether you opt for an activity close to home or a mini day trip, see w...

Looking for some cool things to do this weekend, Sept. 30-Oct. 1, throughout the Inland Empire? Patch has you covered.

|Updated Fri, Sep 29, 2023 at 1:37 pm PT

RIVERSIDE AND SAN BERNARDINO COUNTIES, CA — To keep your weekend fun and lively, Patch has rounded up some entertaining events going on throughout the Inland Empire — from the western reaches to the mountains, deserts and communities in between.

Some are free. Some have a fee.

Whether you opt for an activity close to home or a mini day trip, see what's slated this weekend from Saturday, Sept. 30 to Sunday, Oct. 1.

Among standout events: the opening of the new ScareScape Halloween haunt in Murrieta; the "Human Pink Ribbon" breast cancer event in Murrieta; and the Law Enforcement Torch Run For Special Olympics and BBQ in Temecula.

Always double-check with organizers to confirm events are proceeding as planned.

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All Saints Asylum Halloween INFESTED! Haunted House: Apple Valley

Downtown Car Show, Music & Kids' Zone: Banning - UPDATE: POSTPONED

53rd Annual Oktoberfest: Big Bear Lake

'Haunted Harvest' Corn Maze: Frosty’s Forest & Pumpkin Patch, Chino

Inland Empire Water Lantern Festival: Lake Gregory, Crestline

Seasonal Adventures Pumpkin Patch, Petting Zoo & Inflatables: Eastvale

Craft Fair Festival: Hemet

Seasonal Adventures Pumpkin Patch, Petting Zoo & Inflatables: Hesperia

Riverside County SCARE & Pumpkin Festival: Fairgrounds, Indio

'Bracken Fern Manor Lockdown' Ghost Experience: Lake Arrowhead

Annual Oktoberfest: Lake Arrowhead Village

'Main Street Eats' Food Festival: Lake Elsinore

Champion Cooling Sixth Annual Car & Truck Show, Lake Elsinore

'Human Pink Ribbon' Breast Cancer Awareness: Town Square Park, Murrieta

Cowboy Jubilee & BBQ Dinner On The Santa Rosa Plateau: Murrieta

Seasonal Adventures Pumpkin Patch, Petting Zoo & Rides: Murrieta

'ScareScape' Halloween Haunt: Heritage Hill, Murrieta

'Legend Of Sleepy Hollow': Riley's Farm Theatre, Oak Glen

Apple-Picking Season: Riley's At Los Rios Rancho, Oak Glen/Yucaipa

Parkwill Manor 'Fear Haunted House': Shops At Palm Desert

Blessing Of The Animals: Civic Center Park, Palm Desert

Carrizo Canyon Opening Day Interpretative Hike, Palm Desert

Oktoberfest Carnival, Palm Desert

Vintage Barbie Doll Display: The Body Deli, Palm Desert

Pumpkin Patch, Petting Zoo & Rides: Rancho Cucamonga

Live Oak Canyon Pumpkin Patch, Corn Maze, Petting Zoo & Rides: Redlands

Dinner With Tigers: Diamond Valley Lodge, Sage

Law Enforcement Torch Run For Special Olympics & BBQ: Temecula

'Mansion Of Lost Souls' Halloween Haunt: Promenade Mall, Temecula

Big Horse Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch: Temecula

Oktoberfest: Black Market Brewing Co., Temecula

Peltzer Farms Pumpkin Patch, Petting Farm & Train Rides: Temecula

Pumpkinland Pumpkin Patch, Inflatables & Petting Zoo: Promenade Mall, Temecula-------------

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Excessive Heat Warning In Murrieta: How Hot Will It Get?

An excessive heat warning was issued from 10 a.m. Monday through 8 p.m. Tuesday for Murrieta and surrounding communities.MURRIETA, CA - A record-setting heat wave has arrived in Riverside County that will stick around for two days before it starts to cool down.Temperatures are predicted to be between 95 and 105 in valley regions and desert areas. The mountains could see temperatures in triple digits as well.Sunday's highs reached 103 degrees in the downtown Riverside and Hemet areas, while Coachella hit 112, according ...

An excessive heat warning was issued from 10 a.m. Monday through 8 p.m. Tuesday for Murrieta and surrounding communities.

MURRIETA, CA - A record-setting heat wave has arrived in Riverside County that will stick around for two days before it starts to cool down.

Temperatures are predicted to be between 95 and 105 in valley regions and desert areas. The mountains could see temperatures in triple digits as well.

Sunday's highs reached 103 degrees in the downtown Riverside and Hemet areas, while Coachella hit 112, according to the National Weather Service. Sunday night, a Palm Desert electrical fire led to an outage at 33 homes, according to Cal Fire and SCE crews. Power was not expected to be fully restored until Monday afternoon, according to that agency, leading to potentially dangerous conditions for residents of those homes.

An excessive heat warning was issued from 10 a.m. Monday through 8 p.m. Tuesday for Banning, Beaumont, downtown Riverside area, Moreno Valley, Corona, Lake Elsinore, Murrieta, Temecula, Indio, Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Palm Desert, Palm Desert Country, La Quinta and Coachella.

Temperatures were expected to range between 95 to 107 degrees in downtown Riverside and between 110 and 117 in the Coachella Valley and San Gorgonio Pass near Banning, forecasters said.

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The heat, combined with afternoon humidity of 15% to 25%, will also create elevated fire weather conditions for the inland valleys, mountains and deserts Monday and Tuesday, the NWS said.

Cooler temperatures were expected Wednesday, but most of Riverside County will continue to be in the triple digits.

On Thursday, downtown Riverside and Hemet are expected to drop to the 90s again before dropping to the 80s by the weekend. The Coachella Valley was expected to drop to the low 100s by the weekend.

In Murrieta, the National Weather Service predicted sunny and hot days to start the week:

TodaySunny, with a high near 104. North wind 5 to 10 mph becoming southwest in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 20 mph.

TonightClear, with a low around 74. Southwest wind around 5 mph becoming calm in the evening.

TuesdaySunny, with a high near 103. Light and variable wind becoming southwest 10 to 15 mph in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 20 mph.

Tuesday NightClear, with a low around 73. South wind 5 to 10 mph becoming light and variable in the evening.

WednesdaySunny, with a high near 97. East wind 5 to 10 mph becoming southwest 10 to 15 mph in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 20 mph.

Wednesday NightMostly clear, with a low around 67.

ThursdaySunny, with a high near 90.

Thursday NightMostly clear, with a low around 63.

FridaySunny, with a high near 84.

Friday NightMostly clear, with a low around 61.

SaturdaySunny, with a high near 85.

Saturday NightMostly clear, with a low around 61.

SundaySunny, with a high near 84.

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