In a wild, back-and-forth battle, the Jurupa Hills football players came from behind twice to obtain a thrilling victory in the second round of the CIF playoffs.
The Fontana High School cross country ladies took first place at the Sunkist League finals recently to earn a first-place tie with Bloomington.
Redondo Union tried to outsmart the Kaiser High School football team, but the Cats' strong defensive players would not be fooled.
The Jurupa Hills Spartans have a favorite way of playing a football game -- jumping out to a quick lead, and never letting the opposition catch up.
For the second straight year, the Summit SkyHawks played well against Katella of Anaheim but suffered a heartbreaking loss in the opening round of the CIF football playoffs.
Elijah Todd gained 120 yards in 17 carries and scored 3 touchdowns as the Fontana High School football team concluded its season with a 35-6 win over Bloomington on Nov. 1.
Marvin Jones Jr., a former Etiwanda High School star, turned in a good performance for the Detroit Lions in their 31-24 loss to the Oakland Raiders in an NFL game on Nov. 3.
In recent years, the Jurupa Hills football team had performed well in the San Andreas League, but could never quite reach the very top of the standings. Until now.
The Kaiser Cats were seeking perfection, and the Colton Yellowjackets never came close to stopping them from achieving that goal.
The accomplishments of Little League all-star softball and baseball players from Fontana were celebrated during a Fontana City Council meeting last month.
After smashing Arroyo Valley on Oct. 24, the Jurupa Hills football team now has a chance to achieve a share of the San Andreas League championship.
Led by coach Andrew Amosa, the Fontana A.B. Miller football team has showed much improvement in 2019, acquiring a record of 4-2 in the Mountain Valley League (6-4 overall).
The great season for the Summit High School volleyball team came to an end on Oct. 26 in the second round of the CIF playoffs.
The Kaiser High School football team clinched at least a tie for its second straight Sunkist League championship with a 56-0 win over Bloomington on Oct. 24.
Despite having a relatively young team, the Fontana High School water polo men have surged to the top of the San Andreas League standings.
Jamaal Williams, a former Summit High School star, was glad to play a role in Aaron Rodgers' great day for the Green Bay Packers.
There are many talented players on the prep football teams from Kaiser and Summit, but during their big matchup on Oct. 18, one particular performer made all the difference.
Last year, the race for the Sunkist League volleyball championship went down to the wire, with Summit achieving the title thanks to a win over Fontana in the final regular season match.
Former Summit High School football star Jamaal Williams contributed highly to the Green Bay Packers' 23-22 win over the Detroit Lions in an NFL game on Oct. 14.
Two schools from Fontana will be battling for first place in the Sunkist League football standings on Friday, Oct. 18.
Trayton Cooper scored 4 touchdowns as the undefeated Jurupa Hills football team acquired a 34-7 victory over Rim of the World on Oct. 11.
Thanks in part to another terrific defensive performance, the Summit High School football team raised its record to 2-0 in the Sunkist League by crunching Colton, 37-0, on Oct. 11.
Delaney Spaulding, a former Etiwanda High School star, has been named a member of the United States softball team which will compete in the Olympic Games in 2020.
During their first Sunkist League football game of the season, the Kaiser Cats had some difficulties offensively, but the team's defense came through in a big way.
Thanks to an exciting 27-26 victory over Rubidoux on Oct. 3, the Fontana A.B. Miller football team stayed in first place in the Mountain Valley League.
After getting a breather during a bye week on Sept. 27, three teams from Fontana are preparing for some fierce competition as Sunkist League action gets under way on Friday, Oct. 4.
The Fontana A.B. Miller football team turned in a great performance on both offense and defense en route to a 40-0 stomping of San Bernardino on Sept. 27.
With help from several returning players and three talented incoming freshmen, the Summit High School volleyball team is off to a good start in the 2019 season.