Category Archives: Uncategorized

San Gabriel’s Arthur Brown Playing Professionally in Serbia

By Tim Peterson Former San Gabriel running back Arthur Brown is playing professionally. No it’s not the NFL, CFL or even the Arena Football League but instead he’s in Serbia playing for Sirmium Legionaries.

Cougars a Three Short against Cal Baptist

By Tim Peterson (Glendora) – Azusa Pacific rallied from 12 points down to get within two with under two minutes left but Cal Baptist held on for an 80-77 win before a packed house at Felix Event Center Thursday night. 

The TEN: 01/03/2017

(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)

CV Gets Shelved by Saugus, 38-29

By Thom Hendrickson

Monrovia Clinches RHL,Beats South Pas, 46-16

By Rich Whittington (South Pasadena)—The Monrovia Wildcats claimed the Rio Hondo League Championship Friday evening, as they dominated host South Pasadena and beat the Tigers, 46-16,in front of a large homecoming crowd at Ray Solari Stadium.

“You Will Enjoy Tangent Dreams.”–Mike Maggiore

(West Covina HC Mike Maggiore recently read and gives a short review of Joe Torosian’s high school football novel “Tangent Dreams.”) Joe Torosian has been one of the very best at covering high school football in the San Gabriel Valley for a long time. He has asked the right questions and his observations have almost […]

Conquerors Bag Panthers

(Hacienda Heights) The Los Altos Conquerors and the Diamond Ranch Panthers opened Hacienda League play Friday and the Conquerors behind two Tyler Nevens touchdowns came out on top 29-13 on the campus of Los Altos High School.

Comstock Quiets Colts

By Alex Gonzalez (Covina) — Northview quarterback Steven Comstock tossed four touchdowns and added a rushing score in the Vikings’ 49-7 win over rival Covina, Friday night at Covina District Field and retained the Crosstown Crown trophy.

Arroyo Burns Down The South, 38-14

By Joe Torosian (South El Monte)– Sophmore quarterback Ernesto Camacho passed for two touchdowns and rushed for two more as the Arroyo Knights defeated the South El Monte Eagles, 38-14, Friday night at The Swamp.

The TEN: 9/30/2016

(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)