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January 12, 2016
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CAT BOWL 2016 TROPHY STAYS AT CHAFFEY
ONTARIO, CA; (10/13/2016) Gil Zendejas:
High school football fans were treated to a great game at Chaffey High School tonight. The "Cat Bowl" between Chaffey High and Ontario High has been dubbed, 'the Battle of Ontario,' and a battle it was, with Chaffey coming out on top 21-17. Chaffey struck first on a quarterback keeper in the first quarter, and Ontario's Antoine Paul answered right back on a 31 yd TD run, just four minutes later. Chaffey scored a second time from 3yds and then Ontario's Julian Ramirez closed the gap to 14-10 on a 25 yard field goal with one second left in the half. Coming int to the 3rd qtr, a long run by Antoine Paul set up QB Luis Rivera for a 21 yd keeper to give Ontario the lead. After Chaffey scored once more from the 1 yard line, Ontario's defense held the Tigers off who turned the ball over on downs at midfield with less than two minutes in the game. Ontario marched down field and on 4th and goal with 5 seconds left, the Chaffey defense was able to stop the Jags on the 1 yard line, ending the game at 21-17. Photos are posted in the Galleries.
It was an emotional loss for the Jags who hoped to bring home the trophy for the first time since 2010. The Jags will face Colony next Friday in its PINK OUT game in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Kickoff is scheduled for 7pm at Jaguar Stadium.
RIVALRY GAME LIVES UP TO THE PRE-GAME HYPE
ONTARIO, CA; (10/7/2016) Gil Zendejas:
Ontario walked away with a 39-18 victory over their perennial rival Montclair last night in their Mt. Baldy League opener. Despite Montclair striking first, halfway through the first quarter, the Jaguars rallied to a 20-10 lead by halftime and held the Cavaliers scoreless in the second half. Jags QB Luis Rivera rushed for two TD's and threw for two more, striking RB Antoine Paul from 67 yards and WR Andrew Burton from 22 yards. FB David Acuna rushed for a TD from 10 yards and Julian Ramirez added two field goals to the scoring (37 yds and 27 yds).
Both schools had huge support from their students. The "Cav Crazies," the spirit squad from Montclair, and the "Jag Jungle" from Ontario, launched baby powder, streamers, confetti and loud cheers to support their respective teams. "It's always great when these two schools get together. Friendly rivalry is good," Ontario Principal Eduardo Zaldivar told WeRtheO.com.
The victory improved the Jaguars record to 3-3 on the season and 1-0 in league play, while Montclair fell to 1-5 overall and 0-1 in league. Next week, Ontario travels to Chaffey for the annual Cat Bowl game against the Tigers. In their opener, Chaffey lost to Alta Loma, 38-15. The Jags haven't won the Cat Bowl since 2010, when current OHS Freshman Football Assistant Coach Hector Ochoa was their quarterback. Kick-off is scheduled for 7pm at Chaffey High School.
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