(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
1.) “When the beers come out, the truth comes out.”—Big George Hernandez
2.) Los Angeles Clippers/San Diego Clippers/Buffalo Braves 142, Minneapolis Lakers/Los Angeles Lakers/Bakersfield Lakers 94.
3.) “Karma has no menu. You get served what you deserve. Follow ‘The Golden Rule’.”—El Monte HC Joel Sanchez
4.) Arroyo alum Daniel Hernandez wins his MMA bout Thursday night at King of The Cage in just 29 seconds by submission.
5.) “Doesn’t make any difference what it looks like…it is what it stands for. CIF CHAMPS!!! I’d love to have one.”—MVS commentor “Bigdog54” on the San Dimas championship rings.
6.) Former South El Monte standout Tommy Cogburn turns 24 today.
7.) Former Rosemead/Arroyo point guard Teresa Nguyen turns 26 today.
8.) “1-9 sucks!”—El Monte OC Brian Tabatabai
9.) On this date in 1983 ESPN televised the first live professional football game on cable. The game was between the USFL’s Birmingham Stallions and the Michigan Panthers.
10.) The Jim Brownfield Memorial Scholarship Fundraiser Golf Tournament will be held on May 30th at Brookside Golf Course in Pasadena.
The National Football Foundation Pasadena/San Gabriel Valley Chapter, which raises thousands of dollars for local football players, is hosting this event.
If interested in playing or sponsoring contact Tony Ortega at (562) 458-8895 or ORTEGATONY84@yahoo.com.