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Tartans Open 2019 with “W” At Damien

By Duane Barker (La Verne) Jacob Gonzalez accounted for all three Tartan scores, two through the air and one on the ground in the Tartans 24-7 season opening victory over the Damien Spartans Friday night at Dick Larson Stadium on the campus of Damien High School.

Rumble At The Ranch…A Few More Pics

Charter Oak Super 7 on 7… A Few More Shots

Servite beat St. Francis in the Final. St. Francis knocked off Bishop Amat in the semis while Servite beat Charter Oak. Here’s a few more shots. 

Mid Valley Scoreboard: CIF Semi-Final Edition

Scores from around the Mid Valley area:

Dons’ Playoff Road Ends Against Eisenhower

(Pico Rivera) Last week El Rancho won in thrilling fashion coming from behind to be Knight High School 56-52. There would be no magic on this Friday night as the Eisenhower Eagles downed the Don’s 34-21 in the CIF Division X semi-finals.

Mid Valley Scoreboard: CIF Playoffs Round 2

CIF Southern Section Playoff scores from around the Mid Valley area:

Swordsmen Edge Lancers In Quarterfinals

(Santa Fe Springs) The La Serna Lancers traveled to St. Paul Friday night for a quarterfinal match in the CIF Division V playoffs. The two teams battled for 48 minutes and traded the lead four times before Swordman Angel Garcia picked off an Andrew Henriquez pass at the St. Paul five as time expired preserving […]

Apaches See Little Resistance From Agoura

(Arcadia) The Arcadia Apaches opened the first round of the CIF Division VIII football playoffs against the Agoura Chargers and cruised to a 56-7 win Friday night at Salter Stadium.

The Pacific Belongs To Arcadia

(Arcadia) The Crescenta Valley Falcons traveled to Arcadia Friday night with hopes for a win and with some help at least a part of the Pacific League title. The Apaches weren’t having any of it and trounced the Falcons 43-10 to stay unbeaten in league and capture the title.

Warren Takes The City Title From Downey

(Downey) The Warren Bears and the Downey Vikings collided Friday night in the annual neighborhood battle and the Bears dominated the Vikings 48-28 at Allen Layne Stadium on the campus of Downey High School.