Category Archives: High School Sports

San Dimas Survives Covina

By George Hernandez [Covina] – San Dimas’ three headed backfield rallied the Saints from a 10-point halftime deficit to lead them to a 58-55 victory over Covina at Covina District Field Thursday night in Valle Vista League action.

CIFSS Division 11 Poll

CIFSS Division 11 Poll

Mustangs Defense Leads the Way

By MVS Staff (Burbank) – Muir’s defense was in lock down mode and the offense did enough to lead the Mustangs to a 20-15 win over Burbank Monday night in Pacific League action. The game was rescheduled after being postponed last Friday night due to the Saddleridge fire.

Game Night: Week 8

All kickoffs are at 7:00 p.m. unless otherwise indicated.

Mid Valley Scoreboard: Week 7

High school football scores from around the Mid Valley area.

Cole Comes in Clutch for Ayala

By Alex Gonzalez (Glendora) — With 3:50 left in regulation, Ayala quarterback Cole McCain secured Glendora’s Xzavier Ford’s fumble on the 22-yard line sealing the 13-7 win for the Bulldogs, Friday night at Citrus College. 

El Monte Outlasts Arroyo

(El Monte) In a game that could very well decide who wears the crown in the Mission Valley League, the El Monte Lions and the Arroyo Knights battled for four quarters with the Lions coming out on top 26-21 at B.L Bergstrom Stadium Friday night.

The D Shows Up at the Ranch, 21-14

By Tim Peterson (Pomona) – The Diamond Ranch defense shut out Los Altos in the second half and the Panthers rallied to beat the visiting Conquerors 21-14 Friday night in a Hacienda League contest. 

Alhambra Prevails in Offensive Firefight

By Rich Whittington (Montebello) – The Alhambra Moors overcame a 21-point second quarter deficit and earned a hard fought victory Friday evening, as the Moors topped the host Montebello Oilers, 55-48, in front of a near capacity Homecoming crowd at Montebello High School.

Soares, Sierra Vista, Too Much for Nobles

By George Hernandez (La Puente) – Nicholas Soares scored four rushing touchdowns to lead Sierra Vista to a 54-15 come from behind victory over Nogales on the road Thursday night.