Time: 7:30 p.m. Site: Colton High School AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 Outlook: The Yellowjackets, ranked 20th in the state by calhisports.com, unveil their highly touted team led by RB/LB Allen Bradford, WB/DB Shareece Wright and WB/DB James Smith. Rancho Buena Vista (4-6 in 2004) stayed close to Colton (10-2) last season until the Yellowjackets pulled away early in the second half for a 30-14 victory. Converted senior FB Daniel Pugh (6-foot-2, 220 pounds) will QB the Longhorns, who also are led on offense by C Peter Guidera (6-4, 250) and FB Micah Nerstad (6-0, 210). Linebacker James Harris (6-1, 245), DBs Ivory Heard and Chris Calvert and DL David Foulk (5-10, 204) pace RBV. Norco (0-0) at Eisenhower (0-0) Time: 7:30 p.m. Site: Eisenhower High School Outlook: Although Norco has been to CIF-title games each of the last two years, Ike gave it a run last year in Norco’s 20-14 Week 1 victory. There is the potential for some growing pains for Norco early as quarterback Kirk Philbrook has been moved to wide receiver and running back, and the Cougars decide on the new starter. This battle might be won in the trenches, where both teams have size and experience returning. Rancho Buena Vista (0-0) vs. Colton (0-0) Redlands (0-0) at Etiwanda (0-0) Time: 7:30 p.m. Site: Colony High School Outlook: Etiwanda is looking to rebound from last year’s 0-10 season behind first-year coach Stephen Bryce. In contrast, Redlands coach Jim Walker has been at his school for 14 years. Last year, Redlands’ won 20-0. Etiwanda returns seven starters on offense, and Walker has returners at running back, tight end and wide receiver. Cajon (1-0) vs. Fontana (0-0) Time: 7:30 p.m. Site: Fontana High School Outlook: Cajon, led by QB Cedric Greene, RB/DB General Parnell and LB Scott Pease, will try to keep the momentum going after an opening 21-15 victory against Silverado. Fontana will attempt to open a second consecutive season with a victory against the Cowboys while averting a 10th consecutive loss. The Steelers are led by RB/DB LaRonzo Coleman and OL/NG Isaac Belmontez (5-8, 230). Both teams went 1-9 last season. Upland (0-0) vs. REV (0-0) Time: 7:30 p.m. Site: University of Redlands Outlook: The Highlanders are coming off a 10-3 season and have impressive individual talent in TE John Reese (6-5, 220), RB/FS Allan Denton (6-0, 190) and DT Robby Palacios (6-4, 280). More telling will be how well an inexperienced Upland quarterback and offensive line plays. Redlands East Valley went 7-3-1 last season and has four possible Division I recruits in WRs Isaiah Burel and Lance Evbuomwan, LB Derrell Acrey and OL Carl Wilson. The Wildcats have won three consecutive season openers on the field and four consecutive counting a forfeit it gained from Victor Valley in 2001. Perris (0-0) vs. San Gorgonio (0-0) Time: 7 p.m. Site: San Gorgonio High School Outlook: The Spartans went 7-4 last season under first-year coach Randy Stevens. Stevens has some seasoning now to go along with workhorse RB Jeremiah Wortham (6-0, 180). On the spot will be a young offensive line and junior QB Eric Charles. Perris, coming off a 2-7-1 season, is led by LB Chris Taylor (6-3, 205), WR/DB Eugene Richardson (6-0, 170) and WR Darryl Reed (6-4, 210). San G. won this matchup 17-10 last year. Twentynine Palms (0-0) at Rim of the World (0-0) Time: 7 p.m. Site: Rim of the World High School Outlook: The Wildcats (4-6 last season) have impressive size and outstanding athletes, with RB Ron Hampton (1,341 yards rushing) being the most notable. But the Wildcats lack depth and might get worn down. Rim (4-7 in 2004) has its own outstanding back in junior Daylan Swedlow and standouts at linebacker to help contain Hampton in Aaron Plante (6-1, 224), Alec Hutton (6-1, 193) and Danny Johnson (5-8, 185). The Fighting Scots beat the Wildcats 28-14 last season. Kaiser (0-0) vs. Rancho Cucamonga (0-0) Time: 7 p.m. Site: Los Osos High School Outlook: The Cats, ranked 49th in the state by calhisports.com and featuring transfer RB Lonyae Miller, LB Jamaal Smith, RB/DB Paul Reyes, DE David Carter (6-5, 260) and OL Carlos Savala (6-5, 235) look as solid as ever. But they will be tested by a talented Cougar team (6-5 in 2004) paced by the highly sought tandem of DE Devin Johnson and transfer DB Devin Ross from Los Osos, as well as OL Steve Lea. The Cats defeated the Cougars 27-26 last season on their way to a 10-2 record. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!