Category Archives: High School Football

Monrovia 2019 Football Schedule

Monrovia released the 2019 Football Schedule. Look at that non-league – Los Altos, South Hills, Covina, Arroyo…like it!  

Zamora Named Head Coach at Cal

By Tim Peterson (Whittier) – Louie Zamora, who was a former assistant, was named the head football coach at California Monday AD Jim Arnold confirmed.

Harrison Resigns at Norwalk

By Tim Peterson (Norwalk) – Otis Harrison has stepped down as the head coach at Norwalk after four years sources confirmed Tuesday.

Nevada, Oregon Offer Northview’s Johnson

By Tim Peterson (Covina) – Northview wide receiver Jamier Johnson, who just completed his sophomore year, received his first offer from Nevada he announced on Twitter. Oregon then offered Johnson on Wednesday.

Bechtel Leaves South Hills for Damein

By Tim Peterson (La Verne) – Matt Bechtel, who is coming off a CIF championship season at South Hills, has left the school to take over as the head coach at Damien.

Fitch Joins Moschetti’s Staff at La Mirada

By Tim Peterson (La Mirada) – Long time Mayfair head coach Mike Fitch has joined Mike Moschetti’s staff at La Mirada the school confirmed Wednesday. Moschetti returned as the head coach earlier this month after a two-year hiatus.

2018 Mid Valley MVP: Rolandiss Whitener – Arcadia

Rolandiss Whitener did a little bit of everything for Arcadia. He ran the ball, caught the ball, returned kicks and  punts and played defense as well. There’s no truth to the rumor that he also set up the pylons before the games.

La Salle Buys in on New Head Coach

By Tim Peterson (Pasadena) – Ben Buys, who has been on the staff at Azusa Pacific for the last nine years, was named the new head football coach at La Salle Wednesday

2018 Mid Valley Player of the Year: Davon Booth-El Monte

When Davon Booth came to El Monte last summer he hadn’t played a down of varsity football. He ran track and everybody knew he was fast but how did that translate to the football field in helmet and pads?

2018 Mid Valley Coach of the Year: Matt Bechtel – South Hills

Everybody thought South Hills was going to be better in 2018. The Huskies were coming off a 9-2 season, had several key players returning and looked to be ready to turn a corner in head coach Matt Bechtel’s third year. But this good?