The TEN: 5/31/2016

The TEN

The TEN

(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)

1.) Boston Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts improves hitting streak to 23 games on Monday (May 30).

2.) Former Schurr HC Marco Ramirez turns 42.

3.) “OKC was absolutely dead in that series the moment they went up 3-1.”—Dennis Miller

4.) Former South Hills linebacker Damon Kuklinski (105-tackles, 5-sacks, 2007) turns 26.

5.) “Not saying the tenor at Citi Field is ugly but I think the upper deck is shouting for Barrabas.”—Molly Knight (Author of “The Best Team Money Can Buy”) when Los Angeles Dodgers second baseman Chase Utley came to the plate against the New York Mets on Saturday night.

6.) “Great job coach. Good concise explanation of the varied cover 2.”—MVS commenter “Tampa guy” on Monrovia assistant Jacob Ochoa’s “Chalk Talk”

7.) WNBA average attendance in 1998 (league’s second season) was its best ever at 10,864. In 2015 average attendance was 7,318. The last time it topped 7,000 was in 2009 when the average was 8,039.

8.) Defending CIF champion (Central division) San Marino Titans open the 2016 season at home against the Los Altos Conquerors on August 26th.

9.) National League West Standings
San Francisco Giants—32-21
Los Angeles Dodgers—27-25
Colorado Rockies—23-27
Arizona Diamondbacks—23-30
San Diego Padres—20-32

10.) “All of this because I am blessed. The reason for all of this is my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Through him all is possible.”—Former Azusa HC Joe Scherf

"Anyone who has a kid trying out for his High School football team needs to read this book. Torosian has taken his 20 some years of reporting on Prep sports, mixed a healthy dose of San Gabriel Valley insider references and created a very readable first effort." "A page turner...I'm sorry it's over! Is a sequel in the works?" "Torosian does for high school football what Hemingway did for the Spanish Civil War...compelling look beyond the scoreboard and into the lives of players..." "A truly great story unfolds in the pages of Joe Torosian's first novel. With high school football at its core, the story of Dale Andrade shows how a young man grows in all aspects of his life thanks to being a part of a team and a football community." “This is a great read for everyone: from those who love high school football to those who have no idea about the game.” "This book brings you onto the field and into the locker room..." Joe Torosian's high school football novel is available through Amazon.com --click pic-- (Cover by Pat Cherry www.blackheartart.com)

“Anyone who has a kid trying out for his High School football team needs to read this book. Torosian has taken his 20 some years of reporting on Prep sports, mixed a healthy dose of San Gabriel Valley insider references and created a very readable first effort.”
“A page turner…I’m sorry it’s over! Is a sequel in the works?”
“Torosian does for high school football what Hemingway did for the Spanish Civil War…compelling look beyond the scoreboard and into the lives of players…”
“A truly great story unfolds in the pages of Joe Torosian’s first novel. With high school football at its core, the story of Dale Andrade shows how a young man grows in all aspects of his life thanks to being a part of a team and a football community.”
“This is a great read for everyone: from those who love high school football to those who have no idea about the game.”
“This book brings you onto the field and into the locker room…”
Joe Torosian’s high school football novel is available through Amazon.com –click pic–
(Cover by Pat Cherry www.blackheartart.com)

5 Comments to "The TEN: 5/31/2016"

  1. Anonymous's Gravatar Anonymous
    June 1, 2016 - 8:11 am | Permalink

    Marco Ramirez and Schurr high school coaching should never be mentioned in the same sentence ever again.

  2. Anonymous's Gravatar Anonymous
    June 1, 2016 - 7:18 am | Permalink

    Should be a good game

  3. Area Spectator's Gravatar Area Spectator
    May 31, 2016 - 9:27 pm | Permalink

    Yes we know Anonymous that’s why it says Former at the beginning

  4. Anonymous's Gravatar Anonymous
    May 31, 2016 - 1:49 pm | Permalink

    Marco Ramirez is NOT the head coach at Schurr anymore!!!

  5. Really?'s Gravatar Really?
    May 31, 2016 - 1:03 pm | Permalink

    Whoever wrote this, “10”. Maybe Tim Curry? and he/she LOL, is in a time warp, spending their weekends watching “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”. San Marino is in the Rio Hondo League. and that league is in the Central Division (VIII).

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