Former Etiwanda High School basketball star Kessler Edwards was selected by the Brooklyn Nets in the second round of the NBA draft on July 29.
At a gym in western Fontana, many local residents are learning how to improve their strength -- and some of them are even achieving world records in the process.
Former Etiwanda High School star Delaney Spaulding earned a medal at the Tokyo Olympics as a member of the United States softball team.
In a thrilling finish, the Fontana Community Little League 9-10 baseball all-star team achieved the District 71 championship on July 12.
Aquinas High School's Sheldon Grant, a resident of Fontana, added another huge honor recently as he was named the calhisports.com state Division 3 basketball player of the year.
The Fontana Elks Little League Senior Division softball all-stars captured the District 71 championship by winning two of their three games in the recent tournament on their home field at Jack Bulik Park.
- New COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to rise in San Bernardino County
- Two suspects are arrested after several rifles, handguns, ammunition, and narcotics are found at Rancho Cucamonga residence
- City Council approves 257-unit project in Ventana Specific Plan in northwestern Fontana
- New COVID-19 cases continue to rise, but San Bernardino County is not bringing back mask mandates
- Young man and woman are arrested for allegedly being involved in armed robbery in Rialto
- Motorcyclist is killed in traffic collision in Fontana on July 30
- Fire burns 9 acres on Little Mountain in San Bernardino
- Ten persons are arrested during DUI checkpoint in Rialto, just east of Fontana
- Fontana officer honored for safely stopping dangerous suspect
- Commercial fire erupts in Fontana on Aug. 1
So how does it feel to get the news that you'll be taking part in the Olympics? Fontana's Rachel McCoy had a quick answer.
The Fontana Community Little League Senior Division all-star baseball team achieved the District 71 championship with a 15-4 win over Fontana Elks on June 28.
On June 26, the Concerned Citizens for the Development of North Fontana hosted a 2-on-2 Basketball Tournament and Barbecue at the historic North Fontana Community Baptist Church.
Summit High School graduate Khallifah Rosser attained an Olympic qualifying time and a season best, but he came up short in his bid to qualify for the U.S. Olympic team going to Tokyo in the track and field competition.
The Citrus Belt Area Athletic Directors Association (CBAADA) recently recognized Fontana A.B. Miller High School Class of 2021 graduates Jhovanny Hernandez and Abigail Macedo as CBAADA 2021 Athletes of the Year for excellence in sports and in the classroom.
The basketball season of the Etiwanda boys team was abbreviated by the coronavirus pandemic. It ended with a thrilling victory that will live in the memory of the players, their coaches and the fans for the rest of their lives.
The Little League Baseball season has undergone a lot of disruption because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but now all of the all-star tournament schedules have been finalized and the District 71 competition has begun.
All the buzz in prep basketball has been focused on Sierra Canyon, the powerhouse team from Chatsworth which features Bronny James, the son of L.A. Lakers superstar LeBron James.
Fontana A.B. Miller High School’s varsity baseball field will be renamed the Frank Martinez Field to honor the retired physical education teacher who served as Miller’s first baseball coach, leading the team to 11 league championships and guiding a generation of students to athletic and acad…
In their first-round game of the CIF state playoffs, the Etiwanda High School basketball men conquered Mater Dei, 71-62, on June 15.
Kennedi Porter of Etiwanda High School achieved two victories in individual events at the CIF Division 1 track and field championships on June 12 at Trabuco Hills High School.
Residents living south of the Interstate 10 Freeway have been waiting anxiously for construction of the South Fontana Sports Park to begin, and now the final hurdle in the process has been removed.
The Summit High School softball team advanced into the third round of the CIF playoffs before dropping a 14-6 decision to Hemet on June 8.
Terrific pitching by Anthony Sanchez and Nathan Campos-Jaramillo carried the Kaiser High School baseball team to a 3-0 win over Valley View in the first round of the CIF playoffs on June 4.
Patrick Ragan is a graduating senior at Jurupa Hills High School who performed well in both athletics and academics.
Stephen Carr, a former All-CIF running back at Summit High School who had been attending USC, has now transferred to Indiana to play football during the upcoming 2021 season.
The strong baseball teams from Kaiser and Summit have been battling for the Sunkist League championship in recent years, and 2021 turned out to be the year that the Cats regained the crown.
After a splendid regular-season performance, the Summit High School softball team will begin action in the CIF playoffs on Thursday, June 3.
Chelsea Fascio, a 10th-grader at Summit High School, achieved a first-place finish at the CIF swimming finals on May 29 at Santa Margarita High School.
In a tough defensive struggle, the Etiwanda High School basketball men edged past St. John Bosco, 48-46, in CIF Open Division pool play on June 1.
The Summit High School basketball ladies held on in the final minutes for an exciting 61-60 victory over Sunny Hills in the first round of the CIF playoffs on May 26.
The Jurupa Hills basketball men achieved a 75-71 win over Whittier Christian in the first round of the CIF playoffs on May 26.
Thanks in part to excellent pitching and hitting by Alex Rangel, the Jurupa Hills baseball team obtained a 15-0 win over Fontana A.B. Miller on May 21.
It was a strange and brief regular season, but when it was over, the Etiwanda Eagles were still the Baseline League champions and were again one of the top seeds in the CIF Open Division playoffs.
Jonathan Salabaj has endured some challenging circumstances -- including a bout with COVID-19 -- while in high school, but his future is looking up now that he has signed with the U.S. Air Force.
The Jurupa Hills softball ladies were given a tough challenge by their opponents from Fontana High School, but ultimately the Spartans prevailed in a game on May 14.
The Jurupa Hills basketball men faced a difficult assignment on May 14, going up against a Kaiser team which has been playing consistently well for the past decade.
The Fontana High School soccer men advanced into the second round of the CIF playoffs before losing a heartbreaker to Nogales on May 15.
Aaliyah Arratia blasted a home run, triple, and single to help lead the Summit High School softball team to an 18-2 victory over Kaiser on May 14.
The Etiwanda High School basketball ladies lost many top players from last year's powerhouse team due to graduation, but that hasn't stopped the Eagles in the least.
Because of COVID-19 restrictions, the prep soccer season was unfortunately extremely short for Fontana's schools in 2021.
Thanks to excellent pitching and strong hitting, the Kaiser High School baseball team raised its record to 11-0 at the start of May.
In a game that was televised regionally by KDOC-TV, the Etiwanda High School basketball men made sure that it was very worthy of a large audience.
The Summit High School varsity cheer team faced difficult circumstances because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but that didn't stop the SkyHawks from winning another national championship.