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Fontana Boy’s Soccer Reaches Championship Game

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011

Photos By BOB OTTO

FONTANA, CA – The Steelers boy’s soccer team reached the southern California CIF Div. 3 championship game against the Paramount Pirates (17-2-5), but lost 2-1 in a close match all the way. The Steelers reached the championship by winning 3 of 4 matches in overtime before falling to the Pirates.

But the Steelers had another great year, winning its fourth consecutive Citrus Belt League championship, and putting together a 17-6 record.

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Fontana girls battle hard in league match with Yucaipa

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

Photos By BOB OTTO

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YUCAIPA, CA – The Fontana Steelers girl’s tennis team lost a 10-8 decision to the Yucaipa Thunderbirds, but the Steelers played well. Under the leadership of six-year Head Coach, Liz Molina, the Steelers have a 4-4 record in league play.

And any girl that tries out for her team, maintains good grades, and has model citizenship has earned a place with the Steelers.

“I have a ‘no cut’ program,” Molina said. “We have 45 girls and if they can be doing something positive for themselves and our school, that’s great. I require that they keep their grades up and stay out of trouble. Playing on the team also helps them make new friends.”

What an inspiring coach, Molina is.

For a complete story on Molina and the Steelers, check with the Fontana Herald News in the coming days for an online story.

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Check out Photos of Citrus Belt League Track & Field Finals

Friday, May 7th, 2010

Photos By BOB OTTO

FONTANA, CA – A.B. Miller High School hosted the Citrus Belt League Track and Field Finals, Wednesday, May 5th. Check out my photo gallery of the event. Pictures are available for purchase.
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The Fontana Steelers girl’s soccer, aiming for CIF playoffs

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010

A Claudia Garcia throw in during the Steelers soccer match with Redlands East Valley.

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REDLANDS, CA – The Redlands East Valley Wildcats scored three goals in the first 15 minutes and were never headed in a 5-0 defeat of the Fontana Steelers, Friday, in a Citrus Belt League girl’s soccer match up.

“We knew it would be tough, they’re a great talent and probably the best team in league this year,” said Fontana coach, Armando Fresquez.

After the Steelers gave up the three early goals, the defense toughened the rest of the way. Fresquez especially lauded his goalkeeper, Edith Brito.

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See Photos of Fontana and Redlands East Valley Girl’s Soccer Teams

Friday, January 29th, 2010

Fontana’s Jacqueline Javier, left, and Redlands East Valley’s Arami Walker battle for the ball during the soccer match between the two Citrus Belt League teams on Friday.

REDLANDS, CA – The Redlands East Valley Lady Wildcats defeated the visiting Fontana Lady Steelers, 5-0, in a Citrus Belt League girl’s soccer match, Friday.

See the girl’s in action by visiting the game photo gallery.

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Fontana holds off Yucaipa’s late surge in Citrus Belt League boy’s soccer

Thursday, January 14th, 2010


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YUCAIPA, CA – The Thunderbirds pushed and challenged and threatened, but when the official blew the final whistle, the Fontana Steelers escaped with a 1-0 Citrus Belt League victory on Wednesday – leaving the Thunderbirds frustrated with yet another narrow loss.

The Thunderbirds have played well, but have lost three consecutive games by one goal in the past eight days: 3-2 to Fontana A.B. Miller; 1-0 to Redlands, and now 1-0 to Fontana, the league’s two-time defending champion.

But the loss to Fontana was especially frustrating. The half ended scoreless – still anyone’s game. The Steelers finally broke through and scored in the 47th minute of the second half on Johnathan Madrid’s breakaway goal.

But from then on, the Thunderbirds seized the momentum and had five excellent scoring opportunities late in the game, but came away exasperatingly empty.

“In the second half we started making things happen,” said Yucaipa coach, Claudio Rivas. “But (like) in the last couple of games it’s been a one-goal difference. The opposition seems to find the net, but we don’t and that has been the difference.”

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Yucaipa boy’s soccer takes on Citrus Belt League leading Fontana

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010


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YUCAIPA, CA – The Yucaipa High boy’s soccer team has played its Citrus Belt League foes close in the Thunderbirds first two league matches. But unfortunately they came up a goal short in each game, losing 3-2 to Fontana A.B. Miller, and 1-0 to Redlands.

And it doesn’t get any easier this afternoon as Yucaipa takes on the Fontana Steelers in a 3:15 match at Yucaipa High School.

The two-time defending CBL champions come to town with a 2-0-2 league record, 7-3-4 overall, tied with Redlands in second place. Fontana A.B. Miller sits on top of the league at 2-0-1.

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Check Out Photos of Yucaipa and Fontana Girl’s Basketball

Saturday, January 9th, 2010

Angelica Valenzuela pulls down a rebound for the Fontana Lady Steelers.

YUCAIPA, CA – The Fontana Steelers defeated the Yucaipa Thunderbirds, 44-31, in girl’s Citrus Belt League basketball action Friday.

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Check Out Fontana Kaiser and Palms Springs Football Photos

Sunday, December 6th, 2009

Alec Rubalcava caught a touchdown pass in the first quarter of Palms Springs, 41-0, win over Kaiser.

FONTANA, CA – The Palm Springs Indians defeated the Fontana Kaiser Cats, 41-0, in the semi-finals of the CIF-SS Eastern Division Saturday.

See both teams in action by going to the following link:

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Fontana Steelers have good season despite losing home pool advantage

Thursday, November 5th, 2009

Photo By BOB OTTO / Writer & Photographer

YUCAIPA, CA – The Fontana Steelers boy’s water polo team knows each of its Citrus Belt League rivals’ pools quite well. They’ve been forced to. Because this season the Steelers have gone without the cozy comfort of their own Fontana High School pool.

Yet, the Steelers have done quite respectable as a road team in carving out an 11-11 overall record, while going 2-6 in the CBL.

“We’ve needed more time in the pool, but ours has been down since May because of leaking water,” said Steelers Head Coach, Kristen Flores in her second year coaching the boy’s team. “But we’ve done quite well despite the lack of pool time we needed.”

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