Category Archives: Central Division

San Marino’s J.P. Shohfi Commits to Yale

By Tim Peterson (San Marino) – “I’m proud and honored that I have committed to play football at Yale University,” San Marino receiver J.P. Shohfi announced Saturday on Twitter.

La Mirada Wins, San Marino Falls in State Finals

By Tim Peterson (La Mirada) – Sej-j Lauago ran for three touchdowns including a 75-yard TD romp to lead La Mirada to a 27-3  win over Campolindo to win the 3AA State Championship Saturday night. 

Titans Leave Sierra Canyon in State of Shock

By Tim Peterson (San Marino) – San Marino rallied from a three touchdown deficit in the fourth quarter to stun Sierra Canyon 36-35 Saturday night in the CIF Open Division State Bowl. And the Titans did it all without their starting quarterback, Carson Glazier, who was knocked out of the game in the second quarter with an injury.

Game Night CIF State Bowl Edition: Open Division Small-Schools

Game time is 7:00 p.m. at San Marino High School

San Marino Shines As CIF Central Division Champs

(Glendora) The San Marino Titans  turned in a stellar performance on both sides of the ball Saturday night and beat the Charter Oak Chargers 45-28 at Citrus College in the CIF Central Division Finals led by another standout performance by J.P. Shofi. It’s the first CIF title for San Marino since 1988.

Central Division Game Night: Finals

Game is at 7:00 p.m. unless otherwise indicated

Tangent Dreams (trailer)

Mid Valley Scoreboard: 11/27/2015

The scores from Friday night’s CIF Divisional semi-final games!

San Marino Survives Summit, 35-30

By Joe Torosian (San Marino)–For the first time since 1988 San Marino is going to the CIF Finals, but they had to survive two late touchdowns, and a final Summit series, before advancing to the Central Division championship with a 35-30 victory on Friday night.

Chargers Won’t Be Denied

By Joseph Rodriguez (Glendora) – On September 25, 2015 Charter Oak dominated Glendora handing the Tartans their only loss of the season, 28-7. Nine weeks later, a rematch with championship implications on the line took place in front of a passionate crowd on hand at Citrus College. In the end, it was the Chargers (12-1) who […]