Beldon wins heptathlon event

Ontario Christian High graduate and York College track and field athlete Jarod Beldon won the heptathlon event at the 2021 Friends University NAIA Mid-Season Invite in Witchita, Kansas on Jan. 24.

Beldon, a sophomore at York City University in York, New York, finished first in the 10-athlete heptathlon, which consists of 60- and 200-meter dashes, 400- and 1,000-meter runs, 60-meter hurdles, high jump, pole vault, long jump and shot put.

He finished first in the 1,000-meter in 2:56.61; first in high jump at 6-0; second in shot put at 36-9.5; second in 60-meter hurdles in 8.90 seconds; second in pole vault at 12-6.75; fourth in long jump at 19-2.75; and fourth in 60-meters in 7.55 seconds.

Beldon is a 2019 graduate of Ontario Christian High. 

‘Let it Be’ golf event Feb. 11

The Let it Be Foundation will host its 15th annual golf tournament at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 11 at Los Serranos Golf and Country Club in Chino Hills.

The course is located at 15656 Yorba Ave., north of Soquel Canyon Parkway.

Cost is $200 per golfer, or $700 for a foursome.

“There will be lots of socially-distanced fun and interaction along the course with games, raffles, prizes and lots of snacks and refreshments,” according to a statement released by Let it Be Foundation. Proceeds will benefit the Let it Be Foundation, a non-profit group that supports and services families with ill children.

Registration for the golf tournament is being accepted at  Information: theletitbefounda or call 613-9161.

Virtual 5K event Feb. 17-March 17

St. Paul the Apostle Church in Chino Hills will host a virtual 5K event from Wednesday, Feb. 17 through Wednesday, March 17. Cost is $25, which includes a T-shirt.

Participants can run, jog or walk on the road, a trail, treadmill or track and time it themselves. Registration is being accepted at

The first 100 people to register will receive an event face mask.  Information: Run

CNLL to host registration 

Chino National Little League is accepting registration for its 2021 Spring “QuaranTeam” baseball training for children ages 4 to 14. 

Training will be held at Heritage Park, 4250 Chino Ave., east of Pipeline Avenue, in Chino. Cost is $40. Players will take part in competitive training, a home run derby and a skills day. 

Information: chinonation

Canyon Hills LL training to begin  

Canyon Hills Little League in Chino Hills will begin its spring training for players, starting Monday, Feb. 1. 

Cost is $25 per player, which includes a practice jersey and a Canyon Hills Little League hat. Information: can

Chino Hills LL accepting signups 

Chino Hills Little League is taking signups for its 2021 season at

Cost is $95 for T-ball players ages 4 to 6 and Single-A players ages 6 to 7; $125 for AA players 7 to 8 and AAA players 9 to 11; and $165 for Major players ages 11 to 12 and Junior players ages 13 to 14. Cost provides players with a shirt and hat, field lighting, insurance, equipment, charter and umpire fees. 


CHGS taking signups

Chino Hills Girls Softball is accepting signups for its spring 2021 season on its website Cost is $125 for children ages 4½ to 6 and $165 for players ages 7 to 17. A $20 discount will be given if the code “PLAY BALL20” is used. Information:

Pee Wee Soccer to start

City of Chino will host a six-week Pee Wee soccer class for children ages 3 to 6, starting Saturday, Feb. 20 at Ayala Park in Chino. 

Cost is $46 for Chino residents, $56 for non-residents. The cost includes a T-shirt and certificate.

Classes will take place from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Ayala Park, 14225 Central Ave., south of Edison Avenue. 

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