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January 12, 2016
Photos from the 2016 Jag Invite Swim Meet are posted in the Galleries
1st Annual Jaguars Alumni Football Tournament
(Robert Butanda, Class of 2014 with the TD reception)
Photos are in the Football Galleries
BOYS SOCCER ADVANCES IN PLAYOFFS TO SECOND ROUND
ONTARIO, CA; (02/29/2016) Gil Zendejas:
The Ontario Boys Soccer team advanced to Round Two of the CIF-Southern Section Playoffs after defeating Knight High School from Palmdale tonight, 2-0. The Jaguars scored late in the first half on a penalty kick by Luis Correa. Correa made a couple of great moves dribbling right up the middle before he was tripped by a Knight defender. The Jags second goal came in the 61st minute on a 25-yard shot from center by Chris Peralta.
The Jaguars will play host in the 2nd round to the Agoura Chargers on Wednesday afternoon. Game time and location will not be released until next week. It his hoped that the Jaguars will be able to host the game on their all-new Jaguars Stadium, if final improvements are made in time. Photos from today's victory are posted in the new Galleries on WeRtheO.com.
The Jaguars celebrate Luis Correa's go ahead goal. Photos in the Galleries.
HUNDREDS RALLY FOR NATHAN REYES
ONTARIO, CA; (01/29/2016) Gil Zendejas:
Several hundred students, members of the community and staff rallied in support of junior Nathan Reyes, who is fighting against cancer and an opportunistic infection. The Ontario High School Choir, Cheer Squad and Dance Company all performed on his behalf, while ASB and other campus leaders collected donations for his family. Members of Nathan's family were on-hand for the rally and offered words of thanks for the huge support. Nathan remains at Children's Hospital of Orange County where he has been visited by friends from OHS.
Dance Company performs in support of Nathan Reyes.
A LONG TIME COMING, BUT FINALLY HERE
ONTARIO, CA; (01/17/2016) Gil Zendejas:
After nearly 50 years, Ontario High School finally had the opportunity to walk onto a true home field. The 5,000-seat state of the art and CIF-rated field was dedicated with more nearly 2,000 members of the school and community on hand. Ontario Mayor Paul Leon said, "We are looking forward to celebrating championships here." Chaffey District Superintendent Mat Holton led the long-awaited Dedication Ceremony bringing the large crowd to cheers over and over again.
The field will be ready for use by the end of February and the Class of 2016 will be the first to graduate on their own field.
Ontario Principal Eduardo Zaldivar leads off the Dedication Ceremony, 1/12/2016
Local Elected Officials with Chaffey Board Members at the Ribbon Cutting
Superintendent Mat Holton Shares How Jaguar Stadium Became a Reality
Ontario Mayor Paul Leon, Councilman Alan Wapner (Left) and CJUHSD Supt. Mat Holton (Right)
San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Ted Alejendre (center rear) is surrounded by a host of OHS Athletes celebrating the dedication of their new state-of-the-art Stadium