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Northview’s Deshon Thompson to Transfer to Muir

By Tim Peterson (Covina) – Northview WR/DB Deshon Thompson is set to transfer to Muir he confirmed Monday night.

Chargers Fall in Home Finale

By Tim Peterson (Carson) – The Chargers allowed touchdowns on Oakland’s final possession of the second quarter and the opening series of the third quarter and never recovered in a 24-17 loss to the Raiders Sunday at Dignity Health Sports Park. It was the last game for the Chargers at the Stadium in Carson.

Wildcats Run by Braves

By Tim Peterson (Monrovia) – Monrovia had four players in double figures and rolled to a 77-61 win over Baldwin Park Saturday night on the Wildcats home floor.

The Peterson Principle: 12/21/2019

By Tim Peterson After all of the celebrating is done, the final award has been passed out and the last chapter has been written on El Monte’s remarkable 2019 season, the question on everybody’s mind will be who’s next?

Chargers Turn it Over to Vikings

By Tim Peterson (Carson) – The Chargers turned the ball over seven times and were shut out in the second half in a 39-10 loss to Minnesota Sunday at Dignity Health Sports Park.

Sierra Canyon Comes up Short in State

By Tim Peterson (Norwalk) – Sierra Canyon won the CIF title but came up short in State as they fell to Central (Fresno) 34-19 Friday night in the Division 1-AA Final at Cerritos College.

Maggiore Returns as West Covina Head Coach

By Tim Peterson (West Covina) – Mike Maggiore has returned as the head coach at West Covina after a three year hiatus he confirmed Thursday.

Robles Resigns at Nogales

By Tim Peterson (La Puente) – Oscar Robles has stepped down as the head football coach at Nogales sources confirmed Monday.

Lions State Their Case, 30-18

By Tim Peterson (El Monte) – Davon Booth rushed for 315 yards and three touchdowns to lead El Monte to a 30-18 win over visiting Serra (San Diego) in the Division 5-AA Regional State Bowl Friday night.

La Serna Title Bid Falls a Buck Short

By Tim Peterson (Whittier) – La Serna led 35-21 in the third quarter but was unable to hold on and eventually fell to Pacifica/Oxnard 42-41 Saturday night in the CIF Division 6 Championship game at California High School.