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Alford helps lead Summit’s big comeback in thrilling win over Lincoln

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011


Summit senior center, Dorian Cason, scored 6 points and pulled down 13 rebounds during the SkyHawks championship game with the Lincoln Hornets, Saturday, March 19, at the Galen Center on the campus of the University of Southern California.
Photo By BOB OTTO

USC, GALEN CENTER – The Summit boys’ basketball team needed someone to step up, someone to take charge.

Montigo Alford answered the call.

The 5-foot-10 senior guard ignited the offense down the stretch by scoring 10 of his 18 points in the fourth quarter in leading Summit to a stunning, come-from-behind 74-69 victory over the Lincoln Hornets of San Diego in the CIF State Division II Southern California Regional championship game last Saturday at the USC Galen Center.

“I told the guys, ‘This is it, we’ve got to keep playing, let’s do it,'” said Alford.

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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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Check out Summit and Redlands high school football photos

Sunday, September 13th, 2009


By BOB OTTO / Writer & Photographer

REDLANDS, CA – The Redlands Bulldogs came from behind in the closing minutes to defeat the visiting Summit Sky Hawks, 16-14, Friday night in a preseason high school football game. See both teams in action by clicking on the link below.

See Summit and Redlands Photo Gallery

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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