Category Archives: Southeast Division

Keppel Names Tuttle…Officially

After weeks of speculation, Mark Keppel officially named John Tuttle as its head football coach.

By George, Wise Going to George Fox

  By Tim Peterson (Whittier) – La Serna receiver Jonathan Wise has committed to play football at George Fox University Lancer head coach Andy George confirmed Thursday.

CV Passing Tournament Coming in May!

Crescenta Valley will be hosting its annual “Gordy Warnock Passing Tournament on Saturday, May 21st at Glendale High School.

La Serna’s Campos Commits to Mount Union

By Tim Peterson (Whittier) – Daniel Campos has committed to the University of Mount Union to continue his football career the La Serna linebacker confirmed Tuesday. 

Southeast Division Player of the Year: Cathedral’s Andrew Tovar

During the course of the 2015 season, there were several times that Cathedral head coach Kevin Pearson was criticized for not running the ball enough. Even down in the red zone the Phantoms would drop back and throw the ball instead of giving it to one of the backs.

Southeast Division MVP: La Mirada’s Sei-j Lauago

La Mirada running back Sei-j Lauago put up numbers that jumped off the page. He rushed for 1862 yards – the most in the Southeast Division by over 400 yards. 

Southeast Division Head Coach of the Year: La Mirada’s Mike Moschetti

La Mirada won a State Championship. Do we need to say more? Probably not, but we will.

Southeast Division Defensive Coordinator of the Year: Cathedral’s Lance Fauria

Cathedral’s defense pitched two shutouts and allowed just 13 points or less in seven of its 13 games, and 20 points or less in all but two games.

Bledsoe Bids Farewell to Pasadena

By Tim Peterson (Pasadena) – Doug Bledsoe stepped down as the head coach at Pasadena Thursday multiple sources confirmed. 

Southeast Division Offensive Coordinator of the Year: La Mirada’s Erik Meyer

Erik Meyer, who spent his spare time as a quarterback for the San Jose Sabercats in the Arena Football League, also ran the La Mirada offense.