The Fontana Community Senior Center is now offering pickleball for its members.
Thanks in part to a great performance by Tashawn Sims, the Fontana High School football players achieved a victory over their local rivals from Fontana A.B. Miller.
Relying again on their high-powered offense, the undefeated Jurupa Hills Spartans acquired a 47-34 victory over Temescal Canyon in a non-league football game on Sept. 13.
Keeping their winning streak alive was a difficult task for the Kaiser High School football players, but junior quarterback Trevian Tribble helped the Cats make it happen on Sept. 12.
Summit High School's football team had a great start against Barstow on Sept. 13 when Nate Ellison ran in for a touchdown on the SkyHawks' very first play from scrimmage.
Last year, the Fontana A.B. Miller volleyball team won the Mountain Valley League championship, and this year the Rebels are off to a fine start as they seek another title.
The Bloomington football team turned in a good effort in its game on Sept. 6, but the Bruins couldn't keep up with D.J. Jackson and the Fontana A.B. Miller Rebels.
Eric Marinez completed 9 of 14 passes for 250 yards and 3 touchdowns as the Jurupa Hills football team achieved an exciting 35-28 win over Arlington in a non-league game on Sept. 5.
The Rancho Cucamonga Quakes' fine season came to an end on Sept. 7 with an 11-2 loss to the Lake Elsinore Storm in the California League South Division Finals.
Last year, Kaiser High School's only regular season loss came at the hands of Aquinas by a 9-0 margin. This year, the defending CIF champion Cats turned the tables on the Falcons.
Former Summit High School star Stephen Carr helped USC obtain a 31-23 win over Fresno State in the Trojans' college football season opener on Aug. 31.
Eduardo Zaragoza rushed for 110 yards in 13 carries as the Fontana A.B. Miller football team squashed Jurupa Valley, 47-14, in a non-league game on Aug. 30.
While most teams in the area began action on Aug. 23, the Jurupa Hills High School football players had to wait an extra week to start their 2019 season.
The Summit High School volleyball team started its season with some impressive performances, including a 3-0 rout of Rialto in a non-league match on Aug. 20.
The Kaiser High School football team is ranked No. 1 in the CIF Division 6 preseason poll, which was announced on Aug. 19.
With help from infielder Chris Taylor of the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes kept up their winning ways in recent action in the California League.
Last year was a smashing success for the Kaiser High School football team, which won the CIF championship and took second place in the state while compiling a 14-2 record.
Last fall, the volleyball teams representing all five high schools in Fontana turned in very good efforts, and they are hoping for even more success as the 2019 season gets under way this month.
Six area car clubs will be participating in the upcoming Lefty’s Track Day at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana.
It’s back to school time, which means elementary school teachers are adding Lefty’s Reading Challenge to their fall curriculum to help win money for their school libraries.
Former Summit High School football standout Donte Deayon is getting an opportunity to prove to the Los Angeles Rams that he belongs on their roster.
SAN BERNARDINO -- Steve Hernandez, 66, sat in the third base dugout at San Manuel Stadium, home of the Inland Empire 66ers.
RANCHO CUCAMONGA -- Fifth inning back-to-back home runs gave Rancho Cucamonga the lead for good on July 23 and the Quakes held on to defeat the Inland Empire 66ers, 4-3, in a California League baseball game at LoanMart Field.
Anthony Garcia, a graduate of Fontana A.B. Miller High School who played basketball at Chaffey College, has received a full athletic scholarship to attend Hope International University in Fullerton this fall.
The Southridge Little League major division (ages 11-12) baseball team was ruled ineligible to participate in all-star competition for using an ineligible player, according to Little League officials.
The prep football season will begin next month in Fontana, and players at two of the local schools are excited about getting new fields for their stadiums.
SAN BERNARDINO -- Second baseman D.C. Arendas blasted a solo home run to right field with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning to break a 2-2 tie and give the Inland Empire 66ers a 3-2 victory over the Visalia Rawhide on July 17 at San Manuel Stadium.