Category Archives: The Peterson Principle
By Tim Peterson If nothing else it was unique. While the experts looked at the 2022 NFL draft as the least talented group of players in years that’s actually what made it more intriguing.
By Tim Peterson It all starts in March bursting out of the gate. Tune into TNT, TBS, TRU TV or CBS and don’t be late.
By Tim Peterson Talk about March Madness! This is the Maddest March ever. The NCAA Tournament and the baseball lockout delaying the off season hot stove league combined with the football trades blowing up and the news never stops. Which of course brings me back to my favorite topic, in season or not, High School […]
By Tim Peterson I purposely didn’t pick a Super Bowl winner in print. I’ll leave that to the coaches. But the truth is I did like the Rams by three. The problem was so did Vegas. So of course as a Ram fan, I didn’t want to bet on the Bengals and take the 4 […]
By Tim Peterson I’d like to announce that I’ve committed to Mid Valley Sports to continue my sports writing career for 2022. However this isn’t official yet as it’s pending board approval. #respectmydecision.
By Tim Peterson If you would have told me in October that Northview would be the CIF Division 10 champions and would also be competing for a state championship next weekend I would have told you that I would be the next head football coach at USC.
By Tim Peterson Ten years ago West Covina dropped 84 points on La Serna in the CIF Southeast Division championship game. 84! Just smashed the Lancers. Obliterated them. Yet when interviewed after the game then La Serna head coach Margarito Beltran said in part “They took it to us. There’s not much else to say. […]
By Tim Peterson With St. Paul and San Gabriel being knocked off last week that leaves seven local teams still unbeaten. I did have both of those teams losing but although I had St. Paul losing to St. Francis last week, I thought San Gabriel would last until Week Ten before falling to Schurr. It […]
By Tim Peterson When Monrovia (7-0) convincingly beat San Dimas 36-17 three weeks ago they wrapped up an undefeated regular season. The Wildcats aren’t going to be touched in the Rio Hondo. They already passed their early season tests, the biggest one being at San Dimas September 24th.
By Tim Peterson No, this isn’t “Game Night”. That was posted Monday night. But there is a game worth mentioning. El Rancho will now be playing Covina Friday night at Covina District Field. Here’s how it went down.