After suffering a pair of losses early in the season, the Summit High School football team has roared back with five straight victories to lift its overall record to 6-2.
Former Fontana A.B. Miller High School star Jesse Chavez has been pitching very well this season for the Atlanta Braves.
The San Gorgonio football team played its Homecoming game against Kaiser on Oct. 15, and the Spartans entertained the fans with a spectacular fireworks show at halftime.
Both Summit and Kaiser will have home matches in the CIF volleyball playoffs on Thursday, Oct. 21, the CIF announced.
It didn’t take long for the Jurupa Hills football team to take complete control of its game against Carter on Oct. 14.
After winning the Sunkist League title during the regular season, the Summit High School volleyball players continued their dominance by taking top honors in the league’s first-ever post-season tournament as well.
Zach Congalton completed 9 of 14 passes for 199 yards and 3 touchdowns as the Etiwanda High School football team pounded Los Osos, 41-14, on Oct. 7.
- Police conduct death investigation in San Bernardino
- UPDATE: Another in-custody death is reported at West Valley Detention Center
- Four suspects are arrested after weapons and counterfeit money are seized by Fontana Police Department
- Former San Bernardino resident is sentenced to nearly 9 years in prison for attempting to buy machine guns and grenade launchers in exchange for fentanyl and heroin
- Rancho Cucamonga man is arrested on charges of indecent exposure and annoying/molesting a child
- Man is shot to death in San Bernardino on Oct. 18
- Attorneys for inmate's family file claim against West Valley Detention Center
- Fontana resident is one of 15 suspects arrested during recent crackdown on illegal marijuana cultivation
- Man is shot to death in parking lot behind marijuana dispensary
- Fontana P.D. detectives arrest man on child pornography charges on Oct. 14
The Summit High School volleyball team wrapped up a perfect Sunkist League season by vanquishing Rim of the World, 3-0, in the regular season finale on Oct. 5.
Stephen Carr, a former Summit High School football star, has had some productive games as a running back for Indiana University.
Kaiser High School’s softball field will be renamed the John “Spotty” Stevens Memorial Field, honoring the longtime athletic coach, security officer and locker room attendant who mentored Fontana student-athletes, teachers, and administrators for more than 30 years.
On the first day of October, the Jurupa Hills football players were scheduled to go up against Colton, but then the game got changed and instead the Spartans squared off against a very strong team from Villa Park.
The Fontana A.B. Miller football team started its Mountain Valley League season in impressive fashion, routing Jurupa Valley by a 42-7 score on Oct. 1.
Tyler Allgeier, a former Kaiser High School star, has been one of the offensive standouts for the BYU college football team, which has surged to a 4-0 record during the 2021 season.
After falling behind Grand Terrace, 30-13, the Fontana A.B. Miller football team rallied in the second half to pull within 30-29 on Sept. 24.
At the halfway point of the prep football season, the Jurupa Hills Spartans remain a powerhouse team with an undefeated record.
During competition on Sept. 24, two prep football teams from Fontana achieved victories, two teams suffered defeats, and one team was idle.
De’Marri Owens rushed for 167 yards in 8 carries and Sitani Mikaele scored 3 touchdowns to help spark the Summit High School football team to a 49-8 conquest of Carter on Sept. 17.
The Jurupa Hills football team keeps marching on, and Grand Terrace became the latest opponent to get stomped by the Spartans.
During the week of Sept. 16-17, two prep football teams from Fontana were victorious, one team lost, and two others that were supposed to play each other ended up being idle.
The varsity football game between Fontana High School and Fontana A.B. Miller High School which had been scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 16 has been canceled for reasons related to COVID-19, according to a message from the Fontana Unified School District.
The NASCAR Cup Series will return to the 2-mile oval at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana next season, with the sport’s top stars competing on Feb. 27, 2022.
Five players scored touchdowns as the Fontana A.B. Miller High School football team trounced Arlington, 34-13, in a non-league game on Sept. 9.
Last fall, the Kaiser High School volleyball team was unable to compete because of the COVID-19 crisis, but the players maintained their close relationships even though their season was canceled.
Summit High School’s volleyball players, who have happily celebrated several league titles over the past decade, experienced a very sad year in 2020 — not of their own making.
Beaumont High School held a “Military Appreciation Night” night on Sept. 3 as it hosted Summit. Then the Cougars marched — er-um — flew to a 32-22 victory.
After losing their first game of the season to powerful Jurupa Hills, the Fontana A.B. Miller High School football players came right back the following week and turned in a powerful performance of their own.
The Kaiser High School football players relied on their strong rushing attack throughout their game against Sultana on Sept. 2. But in the final minutes, one huge pass play made all the difference for the Cats.
After enjoying a superb (but brief) season this past spring, the Jurupa Hills High School football players are continuing their success as the 2021 fall season begins.