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All Saints Day in San Dimas

By Tim Peterson (San Dimas) – San Dimas scored twice in the first three minutes and never looked back in a 49-20 rout of visiting La Salle Friday night in the first round of the CIF Division 9 playoffs.

Munoz and Castro Punish Rams

By George Hernandez [La Puente] – Richard Munoz and Ryan Castro combined for 5 touchdowns in the San Gabriel Valley Punishers 53-18 victory over the Inland Empire Rams at Bishop Amat High School Monday Night. 

Rosemead Runs Over Mats, 41-13

By MVS Staff (Rosemead) – Quarterback Ivan Ostry and Jaydon Campbell each ran for three touchdowns to lead Rosemead to a 41-13 rout of San Gabriel Thursday night at Marinelli Field. 

TCNLL Dine Out Night

Breaking News! Anthony Ledesma Transfers to TC!

By Grip Teague Sports Editor, Media Valley News Anthony Ledesma, El Monte’s starting quarterback the last two seasons, has transferred to Temple City. The deal—pardon—the transfer, pending for several weeks, is now confirmed with a verified change in address. Ledesma officially withdrew from El Monte early this morning. “We have nothing but good things to […]

Lions Remain Unbeaten in League

By Horace Clarke [San Gabriel] – Davon Booth had 11-carries for 263 yards and 3-catches for 66 yards while scoring six touchdowns to lead El Monte to a 52-7 rout of Gabrielino.

Fireworks at Friedman

By Alex Gonzalez (La Canada) —With eight seconds left in regulation, Henry Ikahihifo hauled in Marshall Saul’s game-winning touchdown pass to give Paraclete the 56-49 win over St. Francis Friday night at Friedman Field.

Monrovia Youth Baseball League to hold Celebration

The time has come for those of us who played, coached or participated in the Monrovia Youth Baseball League (M.Y.B.L.) to honor praise and celebrate the men and women that volunteered their time to mold boys and girls in to men and women. This celebration will be held Saturday October 13th 2018 at Monrovia Recreation […]

Andrade Leads Bonita in Smudge Pot

By Tim Peterson (Covina) – J.P. Andrade  threw for 267 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for two to lead Bonita to a 28-14 victory over San Dimas in the Smudge Pot Saturday night before a packed house at Covina District Field.

El Monte 59 South Pasadena 6: Highlight Reel