The Etiwanda High School basketball men edged Upland, 65-60, on Jan. 18 to remain undefeated in Baseline League action.
Several local football players and coaches were among the San Bernardino County honorees at the Inland Valley Sports Hall of Fame induction event which was held on Jan. 16 at Dave and Buster’s in Ontario.
Fontana High School’s soccer team had been enjoying a tremendous and historic year, but now the Steelers’ hopes for post-season greatness are uncertain.
Former Summit High School star Donte Deayon was a member of the Los Angeles Rams' defensive unit which turned in a great performance against Arizona in the NFC Wild Card game on Jan. 17.
Many of the top senior football players in San Bernardino County displayed their talents during the 2022 Inland Valley Hall of Fame Classic on Jan. 15.
The Fontana High School water polo ladies didn’t get a chance to play last season, but now they are aiming to achieve high honors in league action in 2022.
- Teenager with a loaded firearm is arrested in Fontana
- Huge country music festival will be held in Fontana this year
- Murder suspect is arrested after man is found deceased in flood control channel
- Fontana Sheriff's Station deputies arrest suspect who was wanted for attempted murder
- Fontana man arrested after he allegedly walked into a residence, started a fire, and stole a dog
- Pedestrian dies during incident in far northern area of Fontana
- Vice President Kamala Harris will visit San Bernardino on Jan. 21
- Two people are arrested during DUI checkpoint in Fontana on Jan. 22
- Thanks to a trainee officer, two suspects are arrested in connection with shooting incident in Fontana
- Three suspects are arrested on multiple gun charges in Fontana
Despite the disruptions caused by the coronavirus outbreak, the sports teams representing high schools in Fontana still achieved success during the 2021 calendar year.
When the green flag flies for the NASCAR Cup Series stars next month at Auto Club Speedway, they’ll battle for bragging rights in a race sponsored by one of the nation’s leading green companies.
Etiwanda High School’s basketball ladies have been extremely successful for more than two decades, but the 2021-2022 team may be one of the best ever.
Thanks to a strong defensive effort, the Etiwanda High School basketball men secured victories in their first two games in the Damien Tournament this week.
Kaiser High School’s soccer team has played very well at the start of the 2021-22 season, but the Cats faced a tough challenge from Jurupa Hills in their game on Dec. 16.
Vivianna Powell scored 15 points and Destiney Rentie added 12 points to help lead the Fontana High School basketball ladies to a 43-22 win over Bloomington on Dec. 14.
The Jurupa Hills basketball ladies continued their fine work at the start of the 2021-22 season by conquering local rival Fontana A.B. Miller, 41-14, on Dec. 7.
Mel Wilkins, the coach of the Fontana High School basketball team, emphasizes to his players that playing good defense is of paramount importance, and they certainly followed his instructions on Nov. 30.
The Fontana High School basketball ladies have started the 2021-2022 season with much success, including a first-place finish in the Redlands Tournament.
During the 2020-21 school year, Etiwanda’s basketball men played brilliantly, winning the Southern California Regional championship.
UCLA’s offense has performed well during the 2021 college football season, and Fontana native Alec Anderson has been a contributor to the Bruins’ success.
In the first game of her senior season, Valeria Brewer turned in a spectacular performance for the Jurupa Hills basketball ladies.
Bill Cardosi, the coach of the Kaiser High School football team, has been selected to be one of the coaches for the Inland Valley Hall of Fame All-Star Classic in January.
The 2021-22 prep basketball season is under way, and the Summit High School men are picking up where they left off last year.
Raymond Muratalla, an undefeated boxer from Fontana, showed the world his power with an impressive victory in front of a large pay-per-view audience on Nov. 20.
Etiwanda High School's football players gave their fans a lot of thrills on Nov. 19, but in the end the Eagles were stuck with a heartbreaking loss.
The 2021 fall football season ended on Nov. 12 for the teams from Kaiser and Summit, but the coaches can eagerly look forward to the likelihood of success next year.
The finish was a little scary for the Etiwanda High School football team, but the Eagles were able to hang on and win their second-round CIF playoff game on Nov. 12.
The Etiwanda High School volleyball team continued its strong performance in playoff competition by trouncing Granada Hills Charter, 3-0, on Nov. 11.
The Fontana Falcons blasted the Charter Oak Chargers, 36-0, last week to win the Mt. Baldy Conference championship in the Junior Pee Wee Division of Pop Warner Football.
In a thrilling finish, the Summit High School football team pulled out a 22-21 overtime victory against El Toro in the first round of the CIF playoffs on Nov. 5.
After completing a perfect regular season, the Etiwanda High School football players maintained their momentum in the first round of the CIF playoffs.
It was a spectacular regular season for the Etiwanda High School football team, and now the Eagles are hoping the excitement can continue in the CIF playoffs.
The brackets for the CIF football playoffs were unveiled on Oct. 31, and appropriately for Halloween, there were some shocking and surprising situations for teams from Fontana.
The Fontana A.B. Miller football team wrapped up the undisputed Mountain Valley League championship by smashing Indian Springs, 43-22, in the final regular season game on Oct. 29.
Kaiser High School’s football team pummeled Carter, 48-12, in the regular season finale on Oct. 29 and will now get ready for the CIF playoffs.