Ontario Tigers wins the boys soccer league for third year in a row

Ontario boys soccer coaches Daniel Dominguez, left, and Jaime Gonzalez. (The Enterprise/Liliana Frankel)

ONTARIO – When Covid ended the fall 2020 sports season before it began, there wasn’t much the Ontario boys soccer team could do. 

School was meeting online only, and for the first time since they were in sixth grade, the eight boys on the varsity team’s class of 2021 barely saw one another. 

“It was a crushing blow” for the back-to-back league winners to think that they wouldn’t have the chance to try again for the state championship, said Coach Jaime Gonzalez. 

So when Gov. Kate Brown announced in December that there would indeed be a fall sports season this spring, the boys worked to get in shape, mentally and physically. 

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