AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week “They controlled the clock most of the first half, but we made the big plays.” Chaffey coach Chris Brown said. “Jon and Chris fed off of each other tonight, and that’s a nice luxury to have.” Late in the first half, Green set himself up when he intercepted a Robert Garcia pass. The Tigers took over at their own 34 with 1:22 left before halftime. With time expiring, Naeata found Green through a crumbling line and dumped the ball in his hands. Green took the ball to the short side of the field then reversed direction and beat defenders down the sideline to the end zone as time expired for a 25-yard score and a 14-0 lead. The Tiger defense was determined to keep the Jaguars out of the end zone. Every time Ontario got close to Chaffey territory, the Tigers would clamp down and force a punt or turnover. Trying to get something going down 20 points in the third quarter, the Ontario offense drove 72 yards to the Tiger 9 and failed to score when a fake field-goal attempt failed. Raschard William did most of the heavy lifting, carrying five times for 42 yards on the drive. “When (the defense) gets in the red zone, we tighten up a little bit.” Brown said. Once again the Chaffey offense flourished where Ontario’s withered. The turnover on downs put the Tigers inside their own 20. Naeta and company drove Chaffey down the field, highlighted by a 71-yard bomb to Alejandro. Pinned back at the 4 staring down a third-and-21, Naeata motioned Alejandro out to the empty side of the field. Alejandro beat William and caught a perfect fade. William’s speed allowed him to catch Alejandro at the 25. Naeata snuck the ball in from 2 yards out for a 28-0 lead at the end of the third quarter. “If (Naeata) doesn’t block like he’s supposed to, our offense doesn’t go.” Brown said. “He sacrifices a lot of carries to play quarterback. He is our leader.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! ONTARIO – Chaffey’s two-headed running attack rolled up more than 200 yards on the defense of crosstown rival Ontario en route to a decisive 35-0 victory in the annual Cat Bowl on Friday night. With good blocking up front, and a few timely passes by David Naeata to keep the Jaguars (3-3, 0-1) honest, running backs Jon Alejandro and Chris Green ripped off 8 yards per carry and scored four touchdowns. The Jaguars’ ball control kept the game close most of the first half, but could not capitalize. When the Tigers (5-1, 1-0) woke up midway through the second quarter, it was too late. After an interception return by Malcolm Turner set the Tigers up at their own 44, the Chaffey train was off and running.