Welcome Jaguars Fans

WeRtheO



ONTARIO HIGH SCHOOL JAGUARS
Home of OHS Athletics & Jaguars Information







Dedication-1-4

Jaguar Stadium
DEDICATED
January 12, 2016

PaulSrNight
Cat Bowl / Senior Night Photos are posted in the Football Galleries.
(RB Antoine Paul with his parents on Senior Night)




Video Credit: Alondra Alsalamy


Ontario High School School Info



ONTARIO SWEEPS MONTCLAIR AT ALL LEVELS
Varsity Wins 52-24

VictoryGameCeleb
Photos are in the Football Galleries
Jaguars Celebrate Victory with the Victory Game Trophy













NEWS...

DESPITE LOSS TO PATRIOT, SIGNS OF GOOD THINGS TO COME
RUBIDOUX, CA; (9/16/2017) Gil Zendejas:

After a decisive victory at home last week against perennial powerhouse San Dimas, (36-22), the Jags fell to Patriot last night, 20-34. The Jags were without their leading scorer and quarterback
Luis Rivera (Sr.) who was out with a shoulder injury. Stepping in for the injured Rivera was Jonathan Valdez, (Jr.). Valdez has been a consistent starting QB for the junior varsity squad since the start of the 2016 season. Valdez looked agile in the pocket, scrambling as needed and showing great precision in the placement of his passes. He was able to lock into WR Andrew Burton on a long ball and WR Ricardo Soto with a 22yd TD pass.

Valdez

The Jags got behind the play early. Turning over the ball on their first possession, the Patriot Warriors marched down the field, using up most of the 1st quarter clock. A fumbled kickoff return by RB Antoine Paul, gave the Patriots the ball back inside the Red Zone, which the Warriors turned into another TD two plays later. With less than a minute remaining in the first quarter, the Jags were down 0-13. Showing resilience which hasn't been seen for years, the Jaguars fought back tying the game up at 20 apiece by halftime. RB Antoine Paul and FB David Acuna each rushed for TD's and then Soto's receiving touchdown came just as the clock was running out.

Coming out of halftime, the Warriors kept pushing up the middle mostly by
QB John Ober. In the game, Ober carried the ball 35 times for 184 yards and two touchdowns. Try as they might, the Jaguars appeared powerless to stop the rush up the middle.

The Jaguars will next face the Jurupa Valley Jaguars at home next Friday, as Ontario celebrates Homecoming. Kickoff is set for 7pm.








CIF CHAMPS-1

JAGUARS VARSITY STATS 2014-2015




How To Make A Website

VISITORS, So far...



USE LOCKER # EK038