Category Archives: High School Football

Holdren Steps Down at Burroughs

By Tim Peterson (Burbank) – Rand Holdren stepped down as the head football coach at Burroughs after two years he posted on his Twitter feed Wednesday.

Sepulveda Dismissed at Mt. View

By Tim Peterson (El Monte) – Aaron Sepulveda has been dismissed as the head football coach at Mountain View after two seasons he confirmed Tuesday.

Alhambra’s Rodriguez Transfers to Monrovia

By Tim Peterson (Monrovia)- Alhambra quarterback Noah Rodriguez, who led the Moors to a 12-1 overall record last year, has transferred to Monrovia Wildcat head Coach Chris Williams confirmed Tuesday.

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.

2019 Mid Valley Player of the Year: Davon Booth – El Monte

Like our selection for Coach of the Year we had to really rack our brains to come up with our Player of the Year. It took us all of about…two seconds.

2019 Mid Valley Coach of the Year: Jesse Ceniceros – El Monte

Man, this was a tough decision. Jesse Ceniceros led El Monte to an undefeated record, a Division 12 CIF title and ultimately a State title which was won on the California-Oregon border. Yeah, real tough.

El Monte Parade Set for Saturday

Lions Finish Perfect Season, Capture State Title 32-7

By Rich Whittington (Crescent City, CA) The El Monte Lions completed their quest for a perfect season Saturday evening, running their way to a 16-0 record, and capturing the CIF Division 5-AA State Championship by defeating the host Del Norte Warriors, 32-7, in front of a sellout crowd at Del Norte’s Mike Whalen Field.

El Monte Captures State Title

By Rich Whittington (Crescent City) – Davon Booth scored four touchdowns to lead El Monte to a 32-7 win over Del Norte to win the Division 5-AA State championship Saturday night in Crescent City. The Lions got rolling early on a 52-yard touchdown run by Booth on the second play of the game, led 18-0 […]

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.