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Fontana Steelers keep playoff hopes alive

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

Kenneth McClain had a big game with a 95-yard touchdown run along with a 50-yard catch and run touchdown in helping the Fontana Steelers defeat the visiting Rialto Eisenhower Eagles, 42-27, in Citrus Belt League play, Friday.
By BOB OTTO / Writer & Photographer

FONTANA, CA – There are certain games during a season that a football team must win. Last Friday night the Fontana Steelers found themselves in such a game. A win and the Steelers season-long goal of making the CIF playoffs stays alive.

A loss and their goal crashes and dies.

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Check out Fontana and Summit football photos

Saturday, September 19th, 2009

Photos By BOB OTTO / Writer and Photographer

FONTANA, CA – The Summit SkyHawks defeated the visiting Fontana Steelers, 32-23, in a Friday night game between the two Fontana schools.

Click on the following link to see a photo gallery of the game.

Fontana Steelers and Summit SkyHawks Photo Gallery

The game story will appear in the Fontana Herald News next week.

Fontana Herald News

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Friday night football puts our troubles on hold

Saturday, September 5th, 2009

Summit and Etiwanda high schools’ played an exciting game won by Etiwanda, 20-17, in the closing minutes, but the game also gave us fans a few hours respite from our cares and worries.
By BOB OTTO / Writer & Photographer

COLONY HIGH SCHOOL, ONTARIO, CA – The news of late has been downright depressing: “Budget deficits expected to reach $9-trillion in 10 years,” “Arson suspected in Oak Glen and Yucaipa fires,” and “Worst downturn (unemployment) in decades.”

Who could blame us if we buried our heads under our pillows and hid from the world in a state of worry and depression?

(To see photo gallery and slide show of the game, click on the gallery link at the end of the story.)

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