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A few images from Saturday’s One Blood Tournament at Mt. View High School. Crescenta Valley beat Northview by a touchdown to win the Tournament. Bell Gardens beat Cantwell in the Consolation bracket. Crescenta Valley also won the lineman (weightlifting) competition.
“I’m incredibly thankful for all of the people I’ve been blessed to serve with at Maranatha these past eleven years.”–Brian DeHaan After eleven years, and ten years as Athletic Director, Brian DeHaan has stepped down at Maranatha.
Temple City alum, longtime assistant football coach, Matt Lopez (AKA: The Suave One) has returned to the San Gabriel Valley and the Rio Hondo League by joining the staff at San Marino High School.
By Joe Torosian “Yeah her young face was like that of an angel And her long legs were tan and brown You better keep your eyes on that road boy You better slow this vehicle down.”—Sammy Johns Kick it! Right off the Top: I miss the NFL Draft…I miss the first three rounds being on […]
James Hinchcliffe drove his #5 Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Hondo to victory Sunday in the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach.
By Joe Torosian “The last time you did an MVL basketball game Nixon was in the White House!”—Duane Barker Kick it! Right off the Top: Gonzaga 77, North Carolina 70…You heard it here first.
(Azusa) The APU Cougars spring practices finished Saturday morning with a their annual Spring Game. The biggest crowd ever to attend the spring game was in attendance to watch the Cougars work and scrimmage.
(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)
(Azusa) The Azusa Pacific Cougars invited the media out to the Felix Events Center to announce their football signings for soon to be graduating high school class of 2017. Below is a list of the recent signees.
After 21 seasons and three CIF titles, Mike Maggiore, perhaps the most liked and respected coach in the San Gabriel Valley, has resigned as West Covina’s head football coach.