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.
There is a huge demand for soccer fields in Fontana, and with the opening of Central City Park on May 6, some of that demand is being met.
Fontana officials held a grand opening ceremony for a deluxe new sports park on the morning of May 6, and even though no children were present for the occasion because they were in school, the kids will surely be very happy when they get a chance to use it.
The Summit High School soccer ladies are not too happy about having their season shortened due to COVID-19 restrictions, but they are quite pleased that they have achieved much success in their first four games.
- Teenage girl from Florida who was a human trafficking victim is rescued from Fontana hotel
- Teenager is arrested for allegedly killing Rialto man in San Bernardino
- Man is shot to death while driving in Rancho Cucamonga, causing his vehicle to crash into two other vehicles
- Police in Rialto arrest suspects for allegedly stealing $25,000 worth of copper wire from business
- Fontana deputy revives one-year-old boy who was not breathing
- Multiple persons, including young child, are injured in collision at Beech Avenue and Route 210 Freeway in Fontana
- Man is arrested for allegedly selling narcotics to Fontana resident who died of an overdose
- Felon who was arrested in April for allegedly possessing a firearm is arrested again, this time for allegedly possessing a police-issued Taser
- Former Fontana Mayor David Eshleman dies
- Teenager is arrested after he allegedly led deputies on a pursuit and then crashed, injuring three juvenile passengers
Little League excitement has returned, and Bloomington Little League celebrated the occasion in a big way on May 1.
Kiara Nolasco went 3-for-3, drove in two runs, and scored a run to lead the Jurupa Hills softball team to a 12-1 win over Fontana on April 23.
For a long while, it appeared as though there would not be a prep football season at all during the 2020-2021 school year.
Led by an offense that produced seven extra-base hits, the Kaiser High School baseball team improved its record to 5-0 by rolling past Bloomington, 13-3, on April 19.
The Fontana A.B. Miller football team had dreams of finishing undefeated in the shortened 2020-2021 season and winning the league title.
Students at high schools in Fontana have not been inside a classroom for more than a year, but many of them are very glad to have been able to return to another important location: the playing field.
Patrick Ragan is a young man of many talents. And so far, he has been adept at using all of them to help lead the Jurupa Hills High School football team to an undefeated season.
Quarterback Trevian Tribble ran for three touchdowns and passed for another TD -- all in the first half -- as the Kaiser High School football team trounced Arroyo Valley, 30-12, on April 10.
The Summit High School football team has relatively few seniors on the roster this year, but coach Nick Matheny is thankful for all of them -- and is especially pleased that they are getting a chance to have a season, albeit a very shortened one.
Thanks in part to a great passing performance by Andrew Ridge, the Fontana A.B. Miller football team posted a 26-18 victory over San Bernardino on April 8.
Kyle Isbel, who was born in Fontana and graduated from Etiwanda High School in 2015, made quite an impression in his Major League Baseball debut on April 1.
Summit High School's football team, leading by a slim 8-7 margin at halftime, pulled away in the second half for a 22-7 victory over Rim of the World on April 3.
The Kaiser High School baseball players were happy about starting the delayed 2021 season with a highly productive win on April 3.
The local prep football teams from Jurupa Hills and Kaiser played each other for the first time ever on April 3, and in the end, the Spartans were the ones celebrating a big victory.
The Fontana A.B. Miller High School football team had to wait a long time for its opening game of the 2020-2021 season, but it was worth the wait.
Following an extremely long period of inaction, many athletic teams representing high schools in Fontana are finally being allowed to return to the playing field.
Prep football's version of "March Madness" began at Kaiser High School on March 27, and the Cats were able to march to a somewhat maddening victory.
Etiwanda High School's football team rallied in the second half to acquire a 21-12 victory over Chino Hills on March 25 in the Eagles' long-delayed season opener for the 2020-2021 school year.
After months of turmoil caused by the COVID-19 crisis, prep football is finally returning to Fontana -- as long as all of the health criteria can be met.
The Jurupa Hills High School football players turned in a great performance on March 20 in the opening game of their most unusual season ever.
Even though his senior year at Summit High School has been completely disrupted, Miguel Robles has still achieved a major milestone -- a full-ride college scholarship.
Kaiser Permanente and Special Olympics Southern California (SOSC) recently announced a renewed three-year partnership in which physicians and medical support staff will provide high-quality health education, medical support, consulting, and when athletes return to competition, sideline care.
The Ontario Fury will bring professional sports action back to the Inland Empire with a five-game, five-night Major Arena Soccer League series of games to be played at Ontario’s Toyota Arena from March 10 through March 14.
Former Fontana A.B. Miller High School baseball star Jesse Chavez is returning to Southern California as a pitcher with the Los Angeles Angels.
Jaylen Clark had many exciting moments while playing basketball for Etiwanda High School, but nothing could compare to the thrill of providing UCLA with a dramatic victory on Feb. 20.
If progress continues to be made in the fight against the coronavirus, there will be a possibility that the long-delayed prep sports seasons may soon be able to take place.
Former Etiwanda High School basketball star Kessler Edwards is having a fine season at Pepperdine University, and in the process, he is impressing some analysts who believe he could eventually go on to play well in the NBA.
Daniel Diaz, a football player at Jurupa Hills High School, recently signed a letter of intent to play at Lake Erie College in Ohio.
Trevian Tribble, a football standout at Kaiser High School, has accepted a full-ride scholarship to play at Weber State University in Utah this next year.
Shelby Dawson, a talented student-athlete at Summit High School, has signed with the University of Redlands to play volleyball next year.