Category Archives: High School Football

Mid Valley Newcomer of the Year: Erik Cuellar – Covina

Covina running back Erik Cuellar burst on to the scene as a sophomore having a year for the ages.

Bogan Bows Out at Maranatha

By Tim Peterson (Pasadena) – Steve Bogan resigned as the head football coach at Maranatha the school announced Friday.

Gradilla Steps Down at Whittier Christian

(Whittier) The Whittier Christian Athletic Department has reported that head football coach Sergio Gradilla has stepped down after nine years at the reigns of the Heralds that included a run to the CIF Finals in 2010. 

Mid Valley Player of the Year: Baraq Ross – Downey

A Most Valuable Player is a player that the team could not live without. He does a little bit of everything whether on offense or defense. He’s they type of player that if you removed him from the equation it could be the difference between first and fourth place.

Mid Valley Most Valuable Player: Steven Comstock – Northview

Northview’s Steven Comstock threw 28 touchdown passes and rushed for 12 more. On the season he completed 138 of 242 passes for 2,720 yards with just 8 interceptions.

Jefferson Takes the Reins at Cathedral

(Los Angeles) – Anthony Jefferson who was an assistant at Cathedral, has been named head coach of the Phantoms sources confirmed Sunday.

Mid Valley Coach of the Year: Joe Brown – Covina

Covina did its best work in the post season. The Colts finished in a three way tie for first place in the Valle Vista League with Northview and San Dimas and then kicked it into high gear.

Cathedral’s Young Transferring to Mater Dei

By Tim Peterson (Los Angeles) – Cathedral quarterback Bryce Young will transfer to Mater Dei and will be at the school for spring drills multiple sources have confirmed.

Pearson Checks Out at Cathedral

By Tim Peterson (Los Angeles) – Kevin Pearson resigned as the head football coach at Cathedral Friday after a 22 year run sources confirmed.

Victor Romero Resigns at Mt. View

By Tim Peterson (El Monte) – Victor Romero stepped down as the head football coach at Mt. View Thursday after six seasons.