The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) will be determining by July 20 if fall sports for high school athletes in the state will take place as currently scheduled.
Despite having the 2019-2020 school year cut short because of the coronavirus pandemic, many of Fontana High School's athletic teams performed well on the playing field as well as in the classroom.
Eighteen Summit High School athletic teams performed well in the classroom, earning a collective GPA of 3.0 or higher during the 2019-2020 school year, based on their first semester grades.
Athena Rubio, a senior at Summit High School, has been named the school's Outstanding Senior Female Athlete by the Citrus Belt Area Athletic Directors Association.
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Darrin Thomas, a senior at Summit High School, has been named the school's Outstanding Senior Male Athlete by the Citrus Belt Area Athletic Directors Association.
Henry Jauregui has been named one of Jurupa Hills High School's Ken Hubbs Outstanding Student Athlete Award recipients.
With some golf courses in Southern California staying closed because of the coronavirus pandemic, many golfers took advantage of the Sierra Lakes course in Fontana being open to play 18 holes and hit balls at the driving range this past week.
During the weekend of April 25-26, San Bernardino County opened up its parks and recreation areas so that residents could enjoy the great outdoors as temperatures started to rise.
Little League International announced on April 30 its decision to cancel its seven World Series tournaments and their respective regional qualifying events, including the Western Regionals which are usually held each summer in San Bernardino.
Here is some good news for local athletes: There is actually a sport that can be played competitively in Fontana during the coronavirus crisis.
Andrew Rodriguez is a four-year starting baseball player on the Summit High School team. He was an All-CIF catcher last year and has also been named to the all-league team several times.
Out of concern for the safety of running enthusiasts during the coronavirus crisis, the City of Fontana is canceling this year’s Fontana Days Run in person.
Normally during the month of April, the athletic fields at schools in Fontana would be bustling with activity as students participate in baseball, softball, track, and other sports.
Former Kaiser High School standout Armani Dodson has completed his four years of playing college basketball for the UCLA Bruins.
Former Etiwanda High School softball star Delaney Spaulding had been eagerly awaiting her chance to play in the Olympic Games this summer. However, the fulfillment of her dream has now been delayed.
In response to the coronavirus threat, Elks Little League and Fontana Community Little League have announced the postponement of the start of their 2020 baseball/softball seasons in Fontana.
The Ontario Reign hockey team and Ontario Fury soccer team will not be playing their regularly scheduled games at Toyota Arena.
As the Jurupa Hills Spartans embark on their quest to attain their fourth straight San Andreas League baseball championship, they will be relying on the team's senior leaders.
Celeste Paniagua went 3-for-3 to help lead the Jurupa Hills softball team to a 14-3 win over Eisenhower in the San Andreas League opener on March 9.
The Summit High School baseball team started its 2020 Sunkist League season with an impressive 11-1 rout of Grand Terrace on March 6.
The Etiwanda High School basketball men advanced to the Southern California Regional championship game before losing a heartbreaker to No. 1-seeded Sierra Canyon, 63-61, on March 10.
Luis Duran slammed a double and single, scored two runs, and drove in three runs as the Jurupa Hills baseball team rolled past Eisenhower, 10-1, on Feb. 27.
Christopher Perez belted a triple and a single, scored a run, and drove in three runs to help spark the Kaiser High School baseball team to a 13-2 rout of Flintridge Prep in non-league action on Feb. 28.
The Jurupa Hills softball team rallied for six runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to topple Cajon, 11-8, in an exciting game in the BLD Tournament on Feb. 29.
Jazlynn Viramontes went 4-for-4 with a triple, double, and two singles as the Kaiser High School softball team trounced Twentynine Palms, 11-0, in a non-league tournament game on Feb. 28.
Kaitlynn LaFleur smashed two doubles, scored a run, and drove in a run as the Summit High School softball team triumphed over Carter, 7-3, in a non-league game on Feb. 29.
Jacob Velazquez and Fabian Zamora combined to pitch a five-inning no-hitter as the Summit High School baseball team overwhelmed Desert Mirage, 14-0, on Feb. 26.
Wednesday, March 4 will be a big day for the Etiwanda High School basketball teams as they begin action in the Open Division of the state playoffs.
On a day that was billed as a tribute to veteran NASCAR superstar Jimmie Johnson, it was Alex Bowman -- Johnson's young teammate at Hendrick Motorsports -- who completely overshadowed everyone else at Auto Club Speedway.
NASCAR driver Joey Gase is spreading the important message about the value of organ donations, and students at Fontana A.B. Miller High School helped him with that effort on Feb. 27.