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By Tim Peterson (Carson) – New Orleans scored on its first two possessions and made it stand up the rest of the way in a 13-7 win over the Chargers Sunday night before 21,197 at StubHub Center.
There is always an abundance of coaching changes in the off season but this year was particularly interesting because of the big name coaches that stepped down. Mike Maggiore resigned at West Covina as did Dale Ziola at Los Altos.
Michael Ezeike, Senior, Colony: WR/FS 6′ 4″ 225
Nogales was the surprise of the league last year until a late loss to Sierra Vista did the Nobles in. Duarte, under HC James Heggins, has the talent to repeat in league. Workman, with new head coach Oscar Robles, has a new energy and excitement that the Lobos have been missing for quite some time.
By Tim Peterson La Serna has owned the Del Rio for what seems like the last decade. The Lancers are looking to repeat again. El Rancho looks like a team on the rise and Santa Fe should be back in the mix as well. Cal needs a big bounce back season and the question for […]
By Tim Peterson (Carson) – Seattle broke it open with 24 consecutive points in the second quarter and went on to beat the Chargers 48-17 Sunday night before 21,054 at StubHub Center in the Chargers first game in Los Angeles.
By Tim Peterson (Carson) – New York City FC got two second half goals and a huge effort from keeper Sean Johnson to beat the Galaxy 2-0 Saturday night before 25,667 frustrated fans at StubHub Center.
We just wanted to give you an idea of some of the big games scheduled right out of the gate of the 2017 season, so we listed 20 key clashes for Zero Week. We’ll hone in on a few of them in Game Night right before the season kicks off.
Gladstone will host Rowland, Pomona and Marshall Friday night August 18 at 5:00 p.m. The lower levels start at 3:30 p.m.
By Tim Peterson (Glendora) – Azusa Pacific opened football camp on campus Monday night with over 100 players participating. Head Coach Victor Santa Cruz and staff ran the players though drills that ranged from blocking, passing, receiving and hitting (no tackling yet.) The Cougars kick off the season September 2 at West Texas A &M.