What Does a Central Division Final Four Look Like? (Vote in Poll)

Matt FInk help lead the Tartans to a come from behind win over Bonita

Glendora QB Matt Fink is back and looking to key a Tartan run.

Thirty teams, five leagues, the Central is pretty normal in size. It probably should be paired with with the Southeast to create a super conference because with the exception of one league (Rio Hondo) they are so much alike.

Charter Oak, Diamond Ranch, Los Altos, West Covina, Colony, a resurgent Ayala, Glendora, South Hills, Kaiser, Colton, and Monrovia…This is like a Murderers Row of football and, if conditions are right, anyone of them could go on a run. Including some of the teams we haven’t mentioned.

This might not be the great wide open, but it is the home of some really good, great, football. Lot of new teams for us to get familiar with, if we’ve screwed up a coach’s name or placement of a team…let us know.

By League (School & Coach):

Sunkist League
Summit—Nick Matheny
Kaiser—Phil Zelaya
Grand Terrace—Ryan Smalls
Fontana—David Crump
Colton—Scott Sunderland
Bloomington—Marcos Fino

Rio Hondo  League
Temple City—Rob Castaneda
South Pasadena—Martin Konrad
San Marnio—Mike Hobbie
Monrovia—Chris Stevens
La Canada—Ramsey Lambert
Blair—Johnny Lopez

Palomares League
South Hills—Albert Rodriguez
Glendora—Jerry Lewallen
Diamond Bar—Marcus Hughes
Claremont—Mike Collins
Bonita—Adrian Medrano
Ayala—Randy Reams

Mt. Baldy League
Ontario—John Kusleika
Montclair—T.J. Florenza
Don Lugo—Luis Garcia
Colony—Steve Randall
Chaffey—Jared Goldstein
Alta Loma—Joe Szczepanski

Hacienda League
West Covina—Mike Maggiore
Walnut Mustangs—Michael O’Shields
Los Altos—Dale Ziola
Diamond Ranch—Mario Gomez
Chino—Jim Baty
Charter Oak—Lou Farrar

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