Category Archives: The Peterson Principle

The Peterson Principle: 1/9/2019

By Tim Peterson Nobody was shocked that Matt Bechtel left South Hills to take over at Damien. It’s his alma mater and he got a fat pay raise to boot.

The Peterson Principle: 12/18/2018

By Tim Peterson What does Greg Gano have in common with Ryan Bateman, Nicholas Christos and Bob Burt? It’s a head scratcher isn’t it?

The Peterson Principle: 10/17/2018

Well, you don’t see that every day. For the first time in the 20 years that I’ve been covering high school football, Friday night’s games were postponed and rescheduled.

The Peterson Principle: 8/13/2018

San Dimas O-Line: TE-Nick Sloan, Tackles- John Egan, Fadi Zaki, Guards- Chris Diaz, Fred Salazar, C- Nico Guerra By Tim Peterson The high school football season kicks off Thursday night. Don’t forget your peanuts, popcorn and…sunscreen. That’s right, sunscreen. With opening night moved up two weeks temperatures will be in the nineties when the ball […]

The Peterson Principle: 7/4/2018

By Tim Peterson Transfers don’t really bother me anymore. I’ll admit they used to back in the day. It was kind of disheartening to see a kid have a big year at Monrovia one season and then wearing a Cathedral uniform the next.

The Peterson Principle: 5/28/2018

By Tim Peterson For the last week or so I’ve been asked several times who looked good at the Charter Oak Tournament. Well, there was this school called Alemany. It looked really good.

The Peterson Principle: 4/24/2018

By Tim Peterson Everybody’s returning to their roots. Josh Knight is back at Baldwin Park, Travis Brown has returned to Los Altos and Riley Saxon came back as the HC at Temple City last year. Now If I can just get Singiser out at Arroyo I can make my coaching debut at the old alma […]

The Peterson Principle: 4/3/2018

By Tim Peterson Dave Roberts may not be concerned, the Dodgers medical staff may be not be concerned, but I am concerned about Kenley Jansen.

The Peterson Principle: 2/28/2018

By Tim Peterson Raise your hand if you predicted at the start of the season that the top two teams in the Montview League and and the second place team in the Miramonte League would be in the CIF Finals. Okay, put your hands down. You’re lying.

The Peterson Principle: 1/31/2018

By Tim Peterson Something good came out of El Rancho High School Teacher Gregory Salcido’s anti-military rant to his history class recently.