Three local student-athletes were among nine seniors from San Bernardino County schools who were honored during the Inland Valley Sports Hall of Fame Honors Gala in Fontana on March 10.
The Jurupa Hills baseball team was all alone in first place in the San Andreas League standings after achieving a pair of victories over Rialto recently.
Darlene Gutierrez blasted a three-run home run in the first inning to give the Kaiser High School softball team a 3-1 win over Century in a Laguna Beach Tournament game on March 16.
When tens of thousands of fans arrive at Auto Club Speedway this weekend, they will be eager to find out whether Kyle Busch can achieve a major milestone.
The Jurupa Hills baseball team pushed across two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning for a dramatic 3-2 win over Temescal Canyon in the RBI Tournament on March 9.
Steve Bedoy pitched a four-hit shutout as the Fontana High School baseball team vanquished Colton, 2-0, in a Sunkist League game on March 12.
Kayla Carter-Thomas blasted a home run and two singles to help boost the Summit High School softball team to an 11-6 win over local rival Jurupa Hills in a non-league game on March 8.
Former U.S. Men’s National Team regular and 2014 FIFA World Cup star Jermaine Jones has signed with the Ontario Fury, joining the Major Arena Soccer League (MASL) side for its late-season postseason push.
Jaidyn Hamby blasted a home run and a triple, scored three runs, and drove in four runs to lead the Summit High School softball team to a 12-1 win over Fontana A.B. Miller in a non-league game on Feb. 27.
Angel Aguilar pitched a one-hitter as the Jurupa Hills baseball team raised its overall record to 8-1 with a 5-0 victory over San Gorgonio on March 1.
A barbecue will be held on Thursday, March 14 to benefit the Kaiser High School football team and the Fontana Police Foundation.
Jack Bulik Park in Fontana will soon have a deluxe new baseball field, thanks to donations by the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation and the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation.
Ticket holders for the upcoming 2019 Auto Club 400 NASCAR race on March 17 received a special opportunity to meet Kyle Busch during a question and answer session at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana.
Two huge rivals -- Etiwanda and Chino Hills -- will be facing off for the CIF Southern California regional basketball championship.
Bianca Diamond went 3-for-3 with a home run, two singles, and three runs scored as the Summit High School softball team destroyed Jurupa Valley, 13-1, on Feb. 23.
Marcos Contreras pitched a one-hitter as the Jurupa Hills baseball team opened its San Andreas League season with a 2-0 victory over Rialto on Feb. 22.
Trey Tribble crushed a double and two singles and drove in two runs as the Kaiser High School baseball team stomped Silverado, 9-3, on Feb. 26.
After winning the CIF title last fall, the Kaiser High School football players are now looking forward to receiving championship rings to commemorate their accomplishment.
Damian Espinoza of Fontana High School pitched a no-hitter as the Steelers vanquished Perris, 8-1, in a baseball game in the Inland Empire Classic on Feb. 16.
The Kaiser High School baseball team started the 2019 season quite well, posting two straight victories in Chino Tournament competition.
Kaiser High School's basketball ladies turned in a fine season in 2018-2019, advancing to the third round of the CIF playoffs before being eliminated.
Marcus Johnson and Cody Freeman are excited about the start of the 2019 baseball season at Etiwanda High School. But they are also looking forward with much anticipation to next year, when they will be competing at prominent colleges.
The Ontario Fury lost to the powerful San Diego Sockers, 4-2, in Major Arena Soccer League (MASL) competition on Feb. 7 at Citizens Business Bank Arena.
Emely Obregon enjoys participating in three sports at Fontana High School, but while volleyball and track can be fun, soccer is the sport that will be paying for her college education.
After achieving tremendous individual and team accomplishments in his senior season at Kaiser High School, Christian Hunter has been rewarded with a big prize on Feb. 6: a scholarship to Colorado State University, a Pac-12 school.
The Summit High School basketball men endured a very rough start to their 2018-2019 season, but now they are pleased to be on an upward path.
Christian Hunter of Kaiser High School was named the CIF Division 8 Offensive Player of the Year, and several of his teammates were also honored when the All-CIF Southern Section football teams were announced on Feb. 4.
Several basketball and soccer teams from schools in Fontana will be hoping for top honors in the upcoming CIF playoffs.
The basketball teams from Etiwanda High School will be attempting to carry on with their traditions of greatness as the CIF Southern Section playoffs get under way.
The Fontana High School water polo ladies had some difficulties at the start of the 2018-2019 season, but now they have turned their fortunes around and have achieved their third straight league championship.
Before the 2018-2019 season began, the Summit High School soccer men determined that winning the league championship would be one of their primary goals.