What Does a Mid-Valley Division Final Four Look Like? (Vote in Poll)

Isaiah Scott and the Duarte Falcons are looking for room to soar in the Montview. (Photo by Doug Brown)

Isaiah Scott and the Duarte Falcons are looking for room to soar in the Montview. (Photo by Doug Brown)

Well the burden of Monrovia has been removed and no new colossus has been added,……that’s the good news for the rest of the Mid-Valley Division. The bad news is there are now 37 teams, in six different leagues, competing for 16 playoff spots and a third place finish is no guarantee of a playoff berth.

San Dimas and Paraclete still headline, but expect a resurgence at Sierra Canyon and do not write off Viewpoint. Pomona is scary, Bassett has come a long way, Baldwin Park has and offensive line that looks like it was imported from Texas. So you tell us who is going to be in the Final Four.

By League (School & Coach):

Almont League
Alhambra—Eric Bergstrom
Bell Gardens—Geoff Ackerman
Keppel—Aaron Sepulveda
Montebello—Pete Gonzalez
San Gabriel—Joe Ledesma
Schurr—Marco Ramirez

Alpha League
Brentwood—Patrick Brown
Campbell Hall—Dennis Keyes
McAuliffe—Derek Ayers
Paraclete—Norm Dahlia
Sierra Canyon—Jon Ellinghouse
Viewpoint—Chris Adamson
Windward—Alvin Cowan

Miramonte League
Bassett—Hector Spathias
Ganesha—Don Cayer
Garey—Al Brown
La Puente—Scott Morrison
Pomona—Aaron Jamieson

Mission Valley League
Arroyo—Jim Singiser
El Monte—Joel Sanchez
Gabrielino—Harold Sanin
Mt. View—Victor Ambruso
Rosemead—Marc Paramo
South El Monte—Ibis Aguilar

Marshall—Nick Moreno (Interim- took over after the resignation of Jim Arellanes)   

Montview League
Azusa—Joe Scherf
Baldwin Park—Daniel Al-gattas
Duarte—Travis Brown
Gladstone—Citos Marinez
Sierra Vista—Fabian Castillo
Workman—Eric McIntyre

Valle Vista League
Covina—Joe Brown
Nogales—Ruben Salazar
Northview—Marcel Perez
Rowland—Ryan Jacobson
San Dimas—Bill Zernickow
Wilson—Greg Gano

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