No Event
Thu Aug 26
4:00 PM
vs. Grossmont
Sat Sep 04
Final
vs. Citrus L, 21-16
Sat Sep 11
Final
at East Los Angeles L, 42-7
Sat Sep 18
Final
vs. Long Beach L, 31-10
Sat Sep 25
Final
at Ventura L, 60-0
Youth Sports Night
Sat Oct 02
Final
vs. Southwestern L, 26-24
Sat Oct 16
Final
vs. Cerritos L, 43-17
Sat Oct 23
Final
at Palomar L, 45-10
Sat Oct 30
Final
at Mt. San Antonio L, 38-7
*CoVID Protocols will be in effect. Please bring your masks! Masks and social distancing will be enforced.
Sat Nov 06
Final
vs. El Camino L, 55-3
Sat Nov 13
Final
at Riverside L, 49-3
Salute to Service - Game time changed from 6 pm to 4 pm
Sat Sep 03
6:00 PM
at Citrus
Sat Sep 10
6:00 PM
vs. East Los Angeles
Sat Sep 17
6:00 PM
at Long Beach
Sat Sep 24
6:00 PM
vs. Ventura
Sat Oct 01
6:00 PM
at Southwestern
Sat Oct 15
6:00 PM
at Cerritos
Sat Oct 22
6:00 PM
vs. Palomar
Sat Oct 29
6:00 PM
vs. Mt. San Antonio
Sat Nov 05
1:00 PM
at El Camino
Sat Nov 12
1:00 PM
vs. Riverside
No Event
No Event
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FOOTBALL OPENS SEASON WITH WIN AT HARBOR

Coach Hadaway talking to players before game

The Panthers claimed the longest winning streak in the state with their season opening win at Harbor Saturday.  The men dominated the Seahawks from the start with a short Greg Jordan rush to the endzone and a Nick Lawson field goal.  Returning wide receiver Javian Lofton-Wilson caught a 53 yard pass by Caleb Arreola taking the Panthers to a 17-13 1st period lead.  Another Greg Jordan TD and two additional Lawson field goals closed the half at 30-13.  Jamal Moorefield scored the only points for either team in the 3rd with a rush from inside the red zone.  In the final fifteen, Sophomore Caleb Arreola went to Jeff Ward with a 37 yard pass.  Chaffey took the 17 point win from the Seahawks to open the 2019 season on the road. 

Lawson, a 2018 all-conference kicker, had a perfect game with 3/3 field goals and 5/5 PATs.  Arreola, also a member of the 2018 honor team, had the 2nd best performance in the state with 453 yards passed.  Upland High grad Tyler Sweet opened the season with an impressive 189 yards, the 2nd best performance in the state.

The men host their first game of the season Saturday taking on Victor Valley for our annual tailgate game.  The Rams opened the season with a win also, shutting out LA Valley 28-0 at home.