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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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Photo Gallery of Yucaipa and Fontana Boy’s Soccer

Thursday, January 14th, 2010


Photos By BOB OTTO
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YUCAIPA, CA – The Fontana Steeler’s boy’s soccer team defeated the Yucaipa Thunderbirds, 1-0, in a Citrus Belt League game.

See the two teams in action by a photo gallery of the game.

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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.

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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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