Mid Valley Scoreboard: Week 10

Darius Perrantes and the Golden Knights fell to Paraclete in the Angelus League

Scores from Thursday and Friday around the Mid Valley area:


Del Rio

Whittier 21 – El Rancho 14


Arcadia 22 – Crescenta Valley 16


Glendora 35 – Ayala 14

South Hills 53 – Bonita 0

San Gabriel Valley

Downey 50 – Gahr 31

Warren 56 -Dominguez 27



Montebello 45 – Bell Gardens 15

San Gabriel – Keppel – Canceled

Schurr 48 – Alhambra 20


Cathedral 28 – St. Francis 16

Harvard Westlake 53 – La Salle 23

St. Paul 42 – Salesian 6

Del Rio

La Serna 28 – Cal 7

Santa Fe – Pioneer

Gold Coast Ocean/Valley Championship

Paracelete 26 – Sierra Canyon 7


Charter Oak 52 – West Covina 0

Chino 29 – Walnut 19

Diamond Ranch 42 – Los Altos 6


Garey 56 – Bassett 0

Pomona 40  – Ganesha 6

Mission Valley League

Mt. View  20 – Gabrielino 14

Rosemead 41 – El Monte 14

South El Monte 65 – Marshall 12


Gladstone 31 – Sierra Vista 28

Nogales 41 – Azusa 10

Workman 20 – Duarte 0


Valley Christian 47 – Heritage Christian 16


Burbank 41 – Burroughs 14

Hoover 35 – Glendale 25

Muir 33 – Pasadena 21


Claremont 42 – Diamond Bar 35

Rio Hondo

Monrovia 40 – Temple City 20

San Marino 55 – South Pasadena 14

San Gabriel Valley

Paramount 58 – Lynwood 0


Bellflower 41 – Cerritos 26

Mayfair 49 – Glenn 13

Norwalk 63 – Artesia 14

Valley Vista

Covina 28 – Rowland 17

Northview 35 – Wilson 6

San Dimas 62 – Baldwin Park 0


33 Comments to "Mid Valley Scoreboard: Week 10"

  1. Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man's Gravatar Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man
    November 10, 2017 - 11:29 pm | Permalink

    @ Moor please: All I said about Eric Elias, aside from the obvious fact that he’s an excellent offensive coordinator, was that I don’t think the people at Schurr High School want him to leave any time soon.
    I had to grudgingly admire Coach Elias’ work a week ago, as the Spartans dismantled Alhambra’s defense with their passing attack. And, they just won their first-round playoff game in a blowout. This is a team that could go all the way to a CIF title.

    I believe Coach Bergstrom did about as well as he possibly could have with an Alhambra team that doesn’t have Schurr’s overall talent or Montebello’s depth.
    AHS would’ve been in the playoffs again this season if it hadn’t been for untimely turnovers and inconsistent play by the offensive line. The game against Schurr was the only one in league that we didn’t have a serious chance of winning.

  2. Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man's Gravatar Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man
    November 9, 2017 - 8:55 pm | Permalink

    @ Sign of the times: Thanks for the explanation; I wasn’t completely sure as to whether the line about the liquor store was meant for me, or for someone else. Either way, I was trying to inject a little humor into the conversation.
    Happy holidays, and enjoy all the good football that is yet to come.

  3. moor please's Gravatar moor please
    November 9, 2017 - 12:41 pm | Permalink

    Ron how much better would we be with Elias at HC? i know you said he wasnt coming but ive hear rumblings about the admin going after him and making him a legit offer? what happen to this college offensive guru we were suppose to have… man talk about a swing and miss!!!

  4. Sign of the times's Gravatar Sign of the times
    November 9, 2017 - 8:09 am | Permalink

    Ron..my comment about the paycheck was ment for the “one that rolls his eyes”

  5. Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man's Gravatar Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man
    November 8, 2017 - 11:08 pm | Permalink

    @ Sign of the times: Successful players and coaches deserve the kudos; it’s up to the stat people and journalists to report what they observe honestly and accurately.
    As for me, I enjoy the present and keep an eye to the future. But, past records have value in providing goals for present and future players to strive for.
    Oh, yeah, I deposit my paychecks at a local credit union, so I don’t have to go to the liquor store for my banking needs. However, I buy beer there occasionally.

  6. Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man's Gravatar Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man
    November 8, 2017 - 10:45 pm | Permalink

    @ Worth of Stats: I see the entire picture.
    The offensive linemen who provide run blocking and pass protection deserve much of the credit for the rushing, passing, and receiving yardage that a team piles up. You must have both the skill players and the linemen who can throw blocks for them.

    Inconsistent-to-poor line play was a key factor in the premature demise of the Alhambra High varsity football team this year.
    The Moors, who ran for over 2,700 yards in 2016, managed only 1,026 yards on the ground this season, despite the fact that AHS had a returning 1,000-yard rusher in Salman Gurung. That’s a significant team stat, in my opinion.
    The fact that our quarterback, Julien Garcia, threw for 1,044 yards is only a partial explanation for the difference. Julien would’ve done substantially better himself if he didn’t have to scramble for his life as often as he did.
    So, yes, good line play is absolutely essential to the success of a football offense. The regression of Alhambra’s offensive line was one of our biggest disappointments this year.

    By the way, I’ve also kept defensive stats for Alhambra all season; you can look them up on MaxPreps if you’d like. I enjoy good defense as well as spectacular offense, especially when my favorite team can produce both.
    Stats such as solo tackles, total tackles, tackles-for-loss, and quarterback sacks generally tell you who your best defensive players are. Interceptions and passes defensed give you a pretty good indication as to who does well in pass coverage.

    I appreciate all aspects of football, and I particularly appreciate the planning and hard work that goes into coaching and playing the game at a high level. I believe that many others do, as well.

  7. Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man's Gravatar Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man
    November 8, 2017 - 5:55 pm | Permalink

    @ Spartan Nation: You’re welcome! Honest and accurate statistics tell a large part of the story about a player’s performance, although the human element is always the most important factor of all.
    Stats by themselves are nice, but did compiling those stats help win games? And, is the player in question a good student and an honorable person? Stats aren’t everything, but they’re great when used in the proper context.
    Reporting complete and honest stats does help bring attention to the players who are the most deserving.

    @ Stelios SHS: Thanks for your perspective. Enjoy the playoffs.

  8. Sign of the times's Gravatar Sign of the times
    November 8, 2017 - 4:44 pm | Permalink

    If stats/video help a student athlete get that full or partial scholarship….well kuddos to the stat guy. keep living in the past, go to your liquor store and cash that check and put it under your mattress.

  9. Stelios SHS's Gravatar Stelios SHS
    November 8, 2017 - 2:49 pm | Permalink

    Ron I believe Aguero had more yards vs Garfield and one more Tochdown than he did vs Alhambra. The kid has had a special statistical year. The offense has been rolling!

  10. Worth of Stats's Gravatar Worth of Stats
    November 8, 2017 - 12:24 pm | Permalink

    I have long considered stats to be the domain of nerds and mathematically-inclined individuals. What happens on a field to make one team prevail over another is CONTROL OF THE LINE OF SCRIMMAGE. Control of that line is something that doesn’t appear in the stat sheet, but it’s virtually the only thing that counts. Don’t take my word for it, ask any coach. So keep on talking about your individual numbers fellows, and I’ll keep rolling my eyes.

  11. Spartan Nation's Gravatar Spartan Nation
    November 8, 2017 - 8:48 am | Permalink

    Thank you Ron. Not many of you around that contribute time and energy to keeping stats. At the end of the day the Players benefit from your commitment. Keeping stats help the players earn recognition…thanks again.

  12. Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man's Gravatar Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man
    November 8, 2017 - 2:31 am | Permalink


    Corrected stats for the following Schurr players in last Friday’s game against Alhambra:

    QB Miguel Aguero—25/32, 411 yds., 1 int., 5 TD’s
    WR Lance Babb—13 receptions for 136 yds. & 2 TD’s
    WR/RB Francisco Remigio—5 rec. for 157 yds. & 2 TD’s

    I originally scored the Spartans’ first play from scrimmage as a 15-yard carry by Babb on what appeared—in real time—to be a lateral pass from Aguero. However, the game video on Hudl confirmed that the play was (just barely) a forward pass.
    Remigio’s second touchdown catch, which was also his last reception of the game, covered 61 yards. The line of scrimmage before the play was the Schurr 39, and I somehow wrote “39” as the distance that it covered, without doing my usual arithmetic.

    I’m curious as to whether Miguel Aguero’s 411 passing yards set a new single-game record for Schurr High. In any case, what a phenomenal way to end the regular season.

  13. Elrancho's Gravatar Elrancho
    November 7, 2017 - 1:40 am | Permalink

    We didn’t deserve it…

  14. King Leonidas's Gravatar King Leonidas
    November 6, 2017 - 10:23 am | Permalink

    where is this coming from, Elias for Alhambra HC. does everyone talk out their butts. why would that dude leave when he has it good here at schurr!

  15. SGV fan's Gravatar SGV fan
    November 6, 2017 - 12:53 am | Permalink

    Schurr would be crazy letting him go to Alhambra, from talking with some of the Schurr fans, he’s done a fantastic job connecting with the players and families. Pretty excited about the future of this program. Wonder if he would leave… for what! On a side note: how did St. Paul Bell Gardens get in and why did our boys in Pico (el Rancho) get left out of the post season. Isn’t St. Paul like 3-7???!!

  16. Anonymous's Gravatar Anonymous
    November 5, 2017 - 10:39 pm | Permalink

    Lmao ANYONE can get into a mat these days! It isn’t what it used to be!

  17. Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man's Gravatar Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man
    November 5, 2017 - 4:45 pm | Permalink

    Coach Elias arrived at Schurr High just a few months ago; he’s done an outstanding job as the Spartans’ offensive coordinator, by the way.
    I’m not convinced that they want to see him go. I’ll believe that move as soon as I see or hear an official announcement.
    Enjoy the playoffs and the offseason.

  18. Anonymous's Gravatar Anonymous
    November 5, 2017 - 10:20 am | Permalink

    Eric Elias new head coach at Alhambra

  19. Football fan's Gravatar Football fan
    November 4, 2017 - 9:34 pm | Permalink

    Qualify to get into Amat? Every area school other than El Monte schools has better academics than Amat.

  20. November 4, 2017 - 8:36 pm | Permalink

    Hoover has 3peated against Glendale!! (Hoover 35, Glendale 25)

    Mark Keppel did not have the chance to complete their homecoming game because of a verbal fight/robbery that occurred that ran into the neighborhood.

    According to maxpreps:

    Norwalk beat Artesia 63-14

    Santa Fe beat Pioneer 42-3

  21. D1 fan's Gravatar D1 fan
    November 4, 2017 - 5:37 pm | Permalink

    OK Will Torres

  22. McDonalds1 fan's Gravatar McDonalds1 fan
    November 4, 2017 - 5:29 pm | Permalink

    Yes. We must still represent when they move on.

  23. Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man's Gravatar Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man
    November 4, 2017 - 4:48 pm | Permalink

    @Colt74: Cathedral High is still in CIF Southern Section Division II. “D1 fan” goes by that pseudonym as a way of bringing attention to all the former Cathedral players who have gone on to NCAA Division I universities.

  24. SGV fan's Gravatar SGV fan
    November 4, 2017 - 3:09 pm | Permalink

    After Friday I can honestly say that:
    Riley Saxon- coach of the year
    Jim Singiser- defensive coordinator
    Eric Elias- offensive coordinator

    The area had some great football played this year and still yet to be finished!

  25. Colt74's Gravatar Colt74
    November 4, 2017 - 2:41 pm | Permalink

    Cathedral is D1??? I did not know that.

  26. Sgv Insider's Gravatar Sgv Insider
    November 4, 2017 - 2:29 pm | Permalink

    Don’t hate because you didn’t qualify to get into Amat and had to settle for public school.

  27. Anonymous's Gravatar Anonymous
    November 4, 2017 - 1:22 pm | Permalink

    D1 fan nobody cares about what you have to say either Carbahal

  28. Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man's Gravatar Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man
    November 4, 2017 - 9:44 am | Permalink

    Some quick impressions about Schurr’s 48-20 victory over Alhambra last night:

    Schurr QB Miguel Aguero, who completed 24 of 31 passes for 374 yards and five touchdowns, throws an accurate deep ball and throws it effortlessly. He also has great touch on nearly all of his throws.
    I believe Miguel has a bright future as an NCAA Division III or NAIA quarterback. His short stature is the only thing that would prevent him from playing at a higher level.
    The Spartans run the perfect (spread-type) offense for the players they have: a QB who’s a great passer and fleet afoot, and a lot of good receivers.
    Congratulations to the Spartans on their Almont League championship and nearly perfect regular season.

  29. D1 fan's Gravatar D1 fan
    November 4, 2017 - 8:25 am | Permalink

    Nobody Cares about Amat.

  30. Anonymous's Gravatar Anonymous
    November 4, 2017 - 5:26 am | Permalink

    Alhambra got dominated.

  31. Sginsider's Gravatar Sginsider
    November 4, 2017 - 1:57 am | Permalink

    Sg game was delayed from 730-915 than canceled, school went on lockdown while police were looking for a man who was scaring people with a ski mask and said he had a gun but did not.

  32. SGVL Fan's Gravatar SGVL Fan
    November 4, 2017 - 1:14 am | Permalink

    Nobody cares about Crythedral……

  33. D1 fan's Gravatar D1 fan
    November 4, 2017 - 12:40 am | Permalink

    Congratulations Cathedral Phantoms Undefeated Angelus league Champions.

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