Category Archives: High School Football
(South El Monte) The South El Monte Eagles hosted the Schurr Spartans Thursday afternoon for a scrimmage in preparation for the 2017 football season. The two teams took turns working on both sides of the ball and the scrimmage terminated with a 15 minute running clock quarter. Here are a few sights from the scrimmage.
Michael Ezeike, Senior, Colony: WR/FS 6′ 4″ 225
Nogales was the surprise of the league last year until a late loss to Sierra Vista did the Nobles in. Duarte, under HC James Heggins, has the talent to repeat in league. Workman, with new head coach Oscar Robles, has a new energy and excitement that the Lobos have been missing for quite some time.
By Tim Peterson La Serna has owned the Del Rio for what seems like the last decade. The Lancers are looking to repeat again. El Rancho looks like a team on the rise and Santa Fe should be back in the mix as well. Cal needs a big bounce back season and the question for […]
We just wanted to give you an idea of some of the big games scheduled right out of the gate of the 2017 season, so we listed 20 key clashes for Zero Week. We’ll hone in on a few of them in Game Night right before the season kicks off.
Gladstone will host Rowland, Pomona and Marshall Friday night August 18 at 5:00 p.m. The lower levels start at 3:30 p.m.
By Tim Peterson Is it still Monrovia’s league. Can San Marino regain control? When does Temple City get back in the race? Who’s left out? South Pasadena or La Canada? It’s time to take a look at the Rio Hondo.
Most of the passing leagues are now in the rear view mirror and August is right around the corner so it’s time to look at another league. Here’s a peak at the Miramonte.
Villa Park beat Silverado in the Final to win the Pioneer Elite 7’s Tournament Saturday.
By Tim Peterson Who’s going to win the Almont? Some say Montebello wins it going away while others say Schurr is ready to unseat the Oilers as league champs. We know that Bell Gardens will be better and we’re hearing good things out of Alhambra. Here’s an early look: