Chino High School

Mascot
Cowboys
Colors
Blue, White
Type
Co-Ed / Public
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Michael Hinkle
Address:
5472 Park Pl, Chino, CA 91710
Phone
(909) 627-7351
Fax
(909) 548-6029
  1. Updates From This Month
  2. Meet 6-foot-8, 420-pound "Shade Tree"

    News - Published on: 8/23/2017 2:00 PM

    16-year-old junior Gavin Rupe hopes to help Tennessee's Sullivan Central High School snap 21-game losing streak. Read Article

    Posted 5 hrs ago
  3. Girls Varsity Volleyball @ Ganesha

    Upcoming match on 8/24/2017 4:30 PM

    The Chino varsity volleyball team has an away non-conference match @ Ganesha (Pomona, CA) on Thursday, August 24 @ 4:30p. Preview Match

    Posted yesterday
  4. Top 10 Football Plays of the Week

    News - Published on: 8/22/2017 4:00 PM

    Long returns, big hits and players imitating animals highlight Week 1 on the gridiron. Read Article

    Posted yesterday
  5. Varsity Football vs. Damien

    Upcoming game on 8/25/2017 7:00 PM

    The Chino varsity football team has a home non-conference game vs. Damien (La Verne, CA) on Friday, August 25 @ 7p. Preview Game

    MaxPreps is looking for a Reporter to provide live scoring updates for this game. Going to the game? Become the Reporter.

    Posted this week
  6. JV Football @ Damien

    Upcoming game on 8/24/2017 3:15 PM

    The Chino JV football team has an away non-conference game @ Damien (La Verne, CA) on Thursday, August 24 @ 3:15p. Preview Game

    MaxPreps is looking for a Reporter to provide live scoring updates for this game. Going to the game? Become the Reporter.

    Posted this week
  7. CA Small Schools All-State Softball Team

    News - Published on: 8/1/2017 10:00 AM

    Four-time All-American Chloe Romero named Player of the Year. Jeanne Dike of California School for the Deaf wins Coach of the Year. Read Article

    Posted Tue, Aug 1 2017
  8. Last Month
  9. Medium Schools All-State Baseball Teams

    News - Published on: 7/28/2017 2:24 PM

    Matthew Sauer of Righetti is Player of the Year; Rich Henning of Christian Brothers is Coach of the Year. Read Article

    Posted Fri, Jul 28 2017
  10. Large Schools All-State Baseball Teams

    News - Published on: 7/25/2017

    Grant Holman of Eastlake is Player of the Year, while El Toro's Mike Gonzalez is Coach of the Year. Read Article

    Posted Tue, Jul 25 2017
  11. June
  12. Chino Hills' Zachary Kauffmann leads All-Area Boys golf team

    GOLFER OF THE YEARZachary Kauffmann, Sr., Chino HillsThe All-Area Golfer of the Year award came down to two really good players in 2017 who just happen to play for the same team.In the end, Chino Hills senior Zachary Kauffmann consistently had the best the scores late in the season - just barely - and that led to him to being selected as the All-Area Boys Golfer of the Year. Read More

    Posted Fri, Jun 30 2017
  13. Chino Hills' Zachary Kauffmann leads All-Area Boys golf team

    GOLFER OF THE YEARZachary Kauffmann, Sr., Chino HillsThe All-Area Golfer of the Year award came down to two really good players in 2017 who just happen to play for the same team.In the end, Chino Hills senior Zachary Kauffmann consistently had the best the scores late in the season - just barely - and that led to him to being selected as the All-Area Boys Golfer of the Year. Read More

    Posted Fri, Jun 30 2017
  14. Chino Hills' Taylon Snow leads All-Inland Valley softball team

    PLAYER OF YEARTAYLON SNOW, Shortstop, Senior, Chino HillsAn assault on the offensive record books at Chino Hills started six years ago when Tannon Snow arrived. Two years later, youngest sister Taylon jumped on board. Look now and those names top the list in most categories, both for single-season and career. Read More

    Posted Wed, Jun 28 2017
  15. Girls Track & Field team photo gallery "CIF State Track and Field Championships (Girls Shot Put Finals)"

    Pro Photo Gallery Uploaded

    Professional photographer Doug Stringer has uploaded a new gallery "CIF State Track and Field Championships (Girls Shot Put Finals)" for the girls track & field team which contains 33 photos. View Gallery

    Posted Sat, Jun 10 2017
  16. May
  17. Chino adds two new coaches

    Chino High School has filled a couple of coaching vacancies with Damian Staricka taking over the football program and Diane Murillo named to head the boys basketball program.Staricka succeeds Jesse Ceniceros who stepped down earlier this month after directing the program for two years. He said at the time he didn't plan on taking another head job but got named head coach at El Monte days later. Published by The Sun on: 5/25/2017 Read More

    Posted Thu, May 25 2017
  18. Chino adds two new coaches

    Chino High School has filled a couple of coaching vacancies with Damian Staricka taking over the football program and Diane Murillo named to head the boys basketball program.Staricka succeeds Jesse Ceniceros who stepped down earlier this month after directing the program for two years. He said at the time he didn't plan on taking another head job but got named head coach at El Monte days later. Published by Daily Bulletin on: 5/25/2017 Read More

    Posted Thu, May 25 2017
  19. Notebook: Chino Hills planning to field boys volleyball team in spring

    Add Chino Hills to the list of schools adding boys volleyball.Upland added a team this season and Damien has had a successful one for a number of years.The Chaffey district schools - Etiwanda, Rancho Cucamonga and Los Osos - will decide by the end of the week if they are adding it as well, so there could be full Baseline League competition as soon as next spring. Published by Daily Bulletin on: 5/17/2017 Read More

    Posted Wed, May 17 2017
  20. Notebook: Chino Hills planning to field boys volleyball team in spring

    Add Chino Hills to the list of schools adding boys volleyball.Upland added a team this season and Damien has had a successful one for a number of years.The Chaffey district schools - Etiwanda, Rancho Cucamonga and Los Osos - will decide by the end of the week if they are adding it as well, so there could be full Baseline League competition as soon as next spring. Published by The Sun on: 5/17/2017 Read More

    Posted Wed, May 17 2017
  21. Changes help Chino Hills' Zachary Kauffmann, Walnut's Jesse Peh advance in CIF-SS golf

    MURRIETA >> Just a couple of minor late changes were all Zachary Kauffmann and Jesse Peh needed in the CIF Southern Section boys golf Central Regional individual tournament on Monday.Kauffmann, a senior from Chino Hills High, turned to a putter he had not used in three years. Peh changed how he approached the ball. Published by Pasadena Star-News on: 5/8/2017 Read More

    Posted Mon, May 8 2017
  22. Changes help Chino Hills' Zachary Kauffmann, Walnut's Jesse Peh advance in CIF-SS golf

    MURRIETA >> Just a couple of minor late changes were all Zachary Kauffmann and Jesse Peh needed in the CIF Southern Section boys golf Central Regional individual tournament on Monday.Kauffmann, a senior from Chino Hills High, turned to a putter he had not used in three years. Peh changed how he approached the ball. Published by San Gabriel Valley Tribune on: 5/8/2017 Read More

    Posted Mon, May 8 2017
  23. Changes help Chino Hills' Zachary Kauffmann, Walnut's Jesse Peh advance in CIF-SS golf

    MURRIETA >> Just a couple of minor late changes were all Zachary Kauffmann and Jesse Peh needed in the CIF Southern Section boys golf Central Regional individual tournament on Monday.Kauffmann, a senior from Chino Hills High, turned to a putter he had not used in three years. Peh changed how he approached the ball. Published by Whittier Daily News on: 5/8/2017 Read More

    Posted Mon, May 8 2017
  24. Dennis Latimore takes Chino Hills boys basketball job

    It didn't take Chino Hills long to find a new boys basketball coach.Two weeks after Stephan Gilling was let go following his only season in charge, Dennis Latimore has been selected to take over the much publicized program.He will be the third coach in as many years.Gilling, whose team went 30-3 and made the tough Southern Section Open Division semifinal in his only season, was a walk-on coach and did not work full-time at the school. Published by Daily Bulletin on: 5/5/2017 Read More

    Posted Fri, May 5 2017
  25. Prep softball: Chino blanks Charter Oak 6-0 in Hacienda League play

    CHINO>> Chino softball coach Mike Smith has been around long enough to know you can never be comfortable with any lead, no matter how late in the game. His team has lost two games this season in the last inning on a home run, and one of those was against Thursday's opponent Charter Oak. The Chargers again kept getting runners on base but this time the Cowboys were up to the task and registered an impressive 6-0 win in Hacienda League play that keeps them in striking distance of first-place Los Altos. Published by Daily Bulletin on: 5/4/2017 Read More

    Posted Thu, May 4 2017
  26. Prep softball: Chino blanks Charter Oak 6-0 in Hacienda League play

    CHINO>> Chino softball coach Mike Smith has been around long enough to know you can never be comfortable with any lead, no matter how late in the game. His team has lost two games this season in the last inning on a home run, and one of those was against Thursday's opponent Charter Oak. The Chargers again kept getting runners on base but this time the Cowboys were up to the task and registered an impressive 6-0 win in Hacienda League play that keeps them in striking distance of first-place Los Altos. Published by San Gabriel Valley Tribune on: 5/4/2017 Read More

    Posted Thu, May 4 2017
  27. Prep softball: Chino blanks Charter Oak 6-0 in Hacienda League play

    CHINO>> Chino softball coach Mike Smith has been around long enough to know you can never be comfortable with any lead, no matter how late in the game. His team has lost two games this season in the last inning on a home run, and one of those was against Thursday's opponent Charter Oak. The Chargers again kept getting runners on base but this time the Cowboys were up to the task and registered an impressive 6-0 win in Hacienda League play that keeps them in striking distance of first-place Los Altos. Published by The Sun on: 5/4/2017 Read More

    Posted Thu, May 4 2017
  28. April
  29. Chino football coach Jesse Ceniceros steps down

    After two years directing the Chino High School football program, coach Jesse Ceniceros has stepped down.Ceniceros cited the desire to focus on family."I have been a head coach the last 13 years and I just think it's time to hit the reset button," he said. "I love everyone here at Chino but I need to focus on my family right now. Published by The Sun on: 4/28/2017 Read More

    Posted Fri, Apr 28 2017
  30. Chino football coach Jesse Ceniceros steps down

    After two years directing the Chino High School football program, coach Jesse Ceniceros has stepped down.Ceniceros cited the desire to focus on family."I have been a head coach the last 13 years and I just think it's time to hit the reset button," he said. "I love everyone here at Chino but I need to focus on my family right now. Published by Daily Bulletin on: 4/28/2017 Read More

    Posted Fri, Apr 28 2017