The Fontana Summit football team wants to win the Sunkist League title again after finishing runner up the past two seasons to Kaiser.
It looks poised to make another run at it after a dominating 44-18 win over Grand Terrace to open league at Grand Terrace High School.
Senior quarterback Cade Sparks tossed four touchdown passes, hooking up twice with both senior wide receiver Damian Alloway and junior running back Stephen Carr.
Summit (6-0, 1-0 league) scored on its first possession in the first quarter. The Skyhawks marched into Grand Terrace territory where Carr took a handoff and broke several tackles for a 36-yard score. After a two-point conversion it was 8-0.
Later in the first after a Grand Terrace (2-4, 0-1) punt, Summit took over at its own 28. Three straight completions put them at the Titans 35 where Sparks connected with Alloway 35-yard catch and run for the touchdown. Sparks found Carr for a successful two-point attempt and it was 16-0 with 47 seconds left in the first.
The Skyhawks quick strikes continued in the second quarter. Starting at their own 32, it took three plays to find the endzone. Carr broke off a 25-yard run before Sparks found Ronald Draper for a 34 yard gain down to the Titans 10. Alloway capped off the drive with his second score from Sparks to make it 23-0.
As the second quarter winded down, Summit scored two more quick scores to essentially put the game away.
With 1:39 left on the clock, Summit used a four-play, 61-yard drive to make it 30-0. Sparks found Carr, who had a 29-yard run during the drive, for the duos second touchdown, this time a 6-yard score.
Summit then recovered a squib kick with 33 seconds left after the ball hit a Grand Terrace player. That led to a 70-yard touchdown pass from Sparks to Alloway to send the Skyhawks into halftime up 37-0.
Grand Terrace got on the board at the 5:24 mark in the third when quarterback Miles Herrera connected with Elijah Smith to make it 37-6.