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The Peterson Principle: 1/20/2020

By Tim Peterson I’m really trying to get into basketball here…really trying. But the pull of football is just so strong.

Cougars Outshoot Biola, 87-66

By Tim Peterson (Glendora) – Brennan Rymer and Selom Mawugbe combined for 49 points to lead Azusa Pacific to an 87-66 win over Biola Saturday night at Felix Event Center.

Temple City Turns it On in Fourth

By Tim Peterson (Temple City) – Nathan Kuoch scored 27 points including 17 in the fourth quarter to lead Temple City to a 65-60 win over San Marino Friday night in Rio Hondo League action.

Holdren Steps Down at Burroughs

By Tim Peterson (Burbank) – Rand Holdren stepped down as the head football coach at Burroughs after two years he posted on his Twitter feed Wednesday.

Sepulveda Dismissed at Mt. View

By Tim Peterson (El Monte) – Aaron Sepulveda has been dismissed as the head football coach at Mountain View after two seasons he confirmed Tuesday.

Bacon Takes the Reins at Pasadena

By Tim Peterson (Pasadena) – Barry Bacon, who was the head baseball coach at Temple City for 16 years before stepping down in 2013, has taken over as the head coach at Pasadena the school confirmed Friday.

Bulldogs Win Rose City Rivalry

By Tim Peterson (Pasadena) – Pasadena went on a 15-1 run to open the game and were never really threatened in a 62-50 win over Muir Friday night to win the Rose City Rivalry on the Mustangs home floor.

Cougars Rout Concordia

By Tim Peterson (Glendora) – Azusa Pacific went on a 17-2 run out of the gate and led from start to finish in a 95-62 rout of Concordia Thursday night at Felix Event Center.

Alhambra’s Rodriguez Transfers to Monrovia

By Tim Peterson (Monrovia)- Alhambra quarterback Noah Rodriguez, who led the Moors to a 12-1 overall record last year, has transferred to Monrovia Wildcat head Coach Chris Williams confirmed Tuesday.

The Peterson Principle: 1/01/2020

By Tim Peterson It’s not really too late for USC to fire Clay Helton. Mike Bohn, the Athletic Director, simply needs to say “I changed my mind.”