Thursday night prep football scores

BASELINE LEAGUE
Rancho Cucamonga 31, Alta Loma 7
Rancho Cucamonga secures second place in league, extends Alta Loma’s league losing streak to 20 games. The Cougars have an outside chance of sharing a league title with Upland, which has already secured the league’s top playoff seed.
CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
Eisenhower 14, Redlands 7
Eisenhower wins at share of the league championship for the first time since 2002, needs REV to lose to Cajon Friday to claim an outright league championship. The win over the No. 9 team in the Inland Division caps an incredible turnaround season for an Ike team that won three games last season and finished fifth in league.
HACIENDA LEAGUE
Diamond Bar 25, Bonita 24
Diamond Ranch 35, Walnut 0
West Covina 28, Rowland Heights Rowland 7
The events of tonight land four teams – yes, four – in a tie for first place in league. Problem is there are only three automatic playoff berths. Based on the league’s point system, Diamond Ranch is likely the odd team out and the team that would have been out of the playoffs with a loss, West Covina, will reportedly be the league’s No. 1 playoff seed.

SUNKIST LEAGUE
Summit 28, Colton 0
The defending CIF-SS Eastern Division champion Skyhawks finish off their second consecutive league championship, appear to be a strong contender in the new-look Central Division. Dontel James rushed for 164 yards and a pair of touchdowns on just nine carries to help Summit to a second strait undefeated run through league.
MT. BALDY LEAGUE
Ontario 42, Garey 27
A 20-point Ontario lead at the half was trimmed to seven in the third quarter, but the Jaguars pulled away to avoid finishing in a tie for last place in league with Garey. Ontario’s previous two games were decided by less than 10 points, but the Jaguars finally picked up their first league win.