Colton Coed Varsity Cross Country

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Navigating NCAA eligibility during COVID-19

For any senior who is planning on playing college athletics at a NCAA division 1 or 2 school, please take some time and view the attached presentation below. Getting eligible can be a complicated process in a normal year so getting all of the information that you need during this graduation cycle will be really

Get Involved….How to make sure your ready for athletics…

Biggest question I get as an athletic director is how do I try-out for a sport?  Here at Colton High School we don’t want it to be a secret….so let’s go through it…. 1) Get a physical.  All physicals are good for one calendar year (physical occurred June 21, 2017 is good until June 21,

Colton High School Summer Athletic Information

Colton High School Athletic Program information 2017-18 Fall Football – June 12th…1p Stadium..practice schedule on the website- contact coach Shawn Collins at or on Facebook Colton Football. Volleyball – Try-outs June 19th 4-6p in the Hubbs practice schedule is on the website or contact coach Sarah Vasquez at Cross-country- June 19th contact Coach

Free Physicals for Colton High School Athletes/ROTC

In order to participate in athletics at the high school levels you must have a current (within a calendar year) physical.  To meet the needs of the student athlete, Colton High School has partnered for the last three years with Arrowhead Regional Medical Center to provide free physicals to athletes.  Once again ARMC has offered

Fall Sports Academic Awards

It is with great pleasure that Colton High School announces their Athletic Honor Roll.  These athletes do not just do well on the athletic fields but they also excel in the classroom.  Congratulations to everyone on this list!!! 3.2 Steven Alanis, Stormy Amaya, Andrew Bernales, David Cerna, Steven DeAnda, Adrian Fores, Chris Florez, Kayla Fortunato,

Cross-Country League Cluster #2 Results

League cluster meet #2 was held at the former Riverside Golf Club.  The Varsity Boys’ Cross-Country team remained on track to reach their goal of qualifying for CIF prelims by placing second for the second time in the Sunkist League cluster meet format. Team results are as follows: Bloomington 1st place with 25 points; Colton