The TEN: 7/18/2016

The TEN

The TEN

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

1.) Former Houston Texans running Arian Foster signs one-year deal with Miami Dolphins.

2.) Scott Baio speaks at the Republican National Covention in Cleveland.

3.) “We know we weren’t the most talented team in the tournament, not the biggest, fastest, or best coached. But no one quit. Not one Knight left the field because of the heat, injury, cramping, etc. We stayed the course and kept competing.” – Arroyo HC Jim Singiser in 2013 after SGV Shootout

4.) Former Mets, Braves, Cardinals, Yankees and Dodgers manager Joe Torre turns 76 today.

5.) Monrovia’s non-league schedule is: Burbank, La Salle, Arcadia, Whittier, and Damien.

6.) “Thrill, dread, anxiety, love, agony, success, and failure; basically all the emotions you feel as a football player/coach as you do in life, all wrapped up in a single book—Tangent Dreams!”—Rosemead HC Marc Paramo on MVS staffer Joe T.’s book “Tangent Dreams” (available at amazon.com)

7.) Former Bishop Amat star, Notre Dame standout, Carolina Panthers linebacker (1999-2002) Kory Minor spoke the El Monte Lions football team last week.

8.) Former NFL HC Marion Campbell passes away at the age of 87.

9.) Henrik Stenson wins British Open beating Phil Mickelson by three strokes.

10.) The Los Angeles Dodgers drop two of three in Arizona and remain 5.5 games back of the San Francisco Giants.

"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)

2 Comments to "The TEN: 7/18/2016"

  1. RAMS FAN's Gravatar RAMS FAN
    July 21, 2016 - 10:45 am | Permalink

    Was at both losses and can honestly say I’ve seen little league teams play better, smarter and hustle more. It was truly embarrassing for the 20,000 Dodger fans that were in the stadium.

  2. Red Bird's Gravatar Red Bird
    July 18, 2016 - 7:54 pm | Permalink

    Cantwell lands Dawit Wilson all CIF Football QB and all CIF guard from DIV 2 El Toro. Played well this weekend at Chino Hills passing league tournament.

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