Mid Valley Scoreboard: Week 7

Vincent Vang and Burbank had a big win over Crescenta Valley. Vang had three interceptions on the night. Two of them for pick six. (Photo by Doug Brown.)

High school football scores from around the Mid Valley area.


La Serna 41,  Santa Fe 0

Pomona 48,  La Puente 22

Azusa 27,  Sierra Vista 14

San Dimas 63,  Covina 34


Arroyo 17,  South El Monte 10

Garey 28,  Ganesha 0

Burbank 45,  Crescenta Valley 23

Arcadia 63,  Glendale 6

Alhambra 35,  Montebello 22

Bishop Montgomery 26,  Pioneer 25

Muir 36,  Burroughs 0

Monrovia 41,  South Pasadena 0

Workman 55,  Gladstone 22

Schurr 65,  Keppel 0

Diamond Ranch 21,  Charter Oak 8

Whittier 49,  California 27

Bell Gardens 46,  San Gabriel 6

Bonita 50,  Alta Loma 19

Paraclete 56,  St. Francis 49

South Hills 35,  West Covina 0

Maranatha 36,  Valley Christian 0

Calabasas 42,  Sierra Canyon 35

Northview 49,  Baldwin Park 0

Nogales 34,  Duarte 20

Rosemead 14,  Mt. View 9

San Marino 49,  La Canada 0

Downey 60,  Dominguez 14

10 Comments to "Mid Valley Scoreboard: Week 7"

  1. Philly B's Gravatar Philly B
    October 13, 2018 - 10:04 am | Permalink

    Well Dan, I tend to look past calpreps. I use to follow those statistics but they don’t always hold up. San Marino almost always schedules down in non-league play. They’ll play the mark keppels, the pasadena’s, the Glendale and private schools out in Brentwood of the world but won’t schedule a south hills, a bonita, a covina, san dimas. That’s just what they do. With Monrovia, we got a ways to go to be top dawg in division or be those teams that make deep playoff runs. But this year we’ll see what Cats are made of with first year HC. Again monrovia will put up 40 plus points and san Marino will be held to 20 points or less. You heard it here first my friend

  2. Dan's Gravatar Dan
    October 12, 2018 - 12:45 am | Permalink

    Philly B
    I was first thinking San Marino at 6 & 1 looks like a more solid team, and Monrovia with a blowout loss to Burbank 42 to 12 also lost to every team they played that has a positive calpreps rating, but looking closer San Marino has only beaten one team with a positive rating and tied another, also their schedule is lighter than Monrovia’s so this game looks closer to me than I previously thought.
    I guess I’m not used to seeing Monrovia with a negative rating, and may be thinking more of the teams of Monrovia’s past when they were making deep playoff and championship runs and beating teams of higher divisions during their nonleague schedule.

  3. Picostyle's Gravatar Picostyle
    October 10, 2018 - 6:42 pm | Permalink

    Classy or non classy, bring it! the underdogs will be ready

  4. Philly B's Gravatar Philly B
    October 10, 2018 - 9:50 am | Permalink

    Hey Dan,

    Just out of curiosity and for sake of a good respectful argument, what makes you think Monrovia has been so shaky this year. I mean yes, they’re still finding it hard to get a win in non-league play and that needs to get fixed soon. But what else is making you think they’re shaky. San Marino has always played well as a team and in previous years either had a featured running back that would rack it up on the ground or a stud receiver. But with the athletes Monrovia has time and time again… I don’t see how San Marino can upset favored Monrovia. Please enlighten me on that. Whatever shaky than usual you’ve seen, I’m sure the coaching staff will have the kids ready by 10/26. I know La serna has the most athletes in the Del Rio. But I’ve seen ER play live and I like their chances. Alright Dan, maybe I went too far. I’m sure you’ve been following the game for awhile, as have I. So I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt.

  5. Dan's Gravatar Dan
    October 10, 2018 - 7:22 am | Permalink

    Hey Philly B.
    Those facts you have are well laid out and hard to argue with, historically yes Monrovia has had a better lock on their league, but for this year, which I should have been more clear on, I think San Marino has a better shot than El Rancho at beating their league favorite, Monrovia just looks a little more shaky than usual this season.
    Monrovia usually always has more athletes than the rest of their league, and I am sure they do this year too, but San Marino seems to have it together better as a team, we will see on 10/26. Hey by the way I may not be the ultimate Wildcat expert, but I got a little idea about Monrovia, been following HS football for a while now.

  6. FBFan's Gravatar FBFan
    October 9, 2018 - 6:53 pm | Permalink

    While there are a lot of classy people at La Serna, there are also several that act with thuggish behavior. You don’t have to be poor to be ghetto and just because you go to a certain school doesn’t mean you have class. I watched parents try and pick a fight with a St. Francis player a couple of years ago after St. Francis Heath them and a St. Francis coach had to bring the kid back. I’ve seen parents at volleyball games chant about how much money they have when they were losing to Pioneer. So yes, there are classy people at La Serna but there are also several like the commenter LS.

  7. Monrovia Wildcats's Gravatar Monrovia Wildcats
    October 9, 2018 - 6:43 pm | Permalink

    Monrovia Jr QB Nick Hernandez has been pretty amzing past 4 weeks
    12 of 15 245 Yards 4tds – S. Pasadena (W)
    10 of 14 254 Yards 4 tds – Temple City (W)
    18 of 24 252 Yards 3 tds – Covina (L)
    14 of 19 293 Yards 2 tds – Valley Christian ( W)
    1,044 Passing yards
    Needless to say Monrovia found their guy. Having AJ as a back up is pretty awesome also. Speaking of Careon he’s been doing an excellent job playing On Defense and offense. Rams and Mayes are a great tandem at RB. Frank Hernandez at 6’3″ 295 pounds is more than a hand full at WR! He’s shown that he demands more than one defender to bring him down. He’s a real stud. Go Wildcats!

  8. Mr. T's Gravatar Mr. T
    October 9, 2018 - 4:35 pm | Permalink


    Well that’s nice you have a nice white BMW…and it was smart for you to leave hahahaha.

    But you already have lost already on this blog. You clearly don’t represent the class of La Serna Fans. You’re just a passionate fan without any real objective opinion on the game. You probably think LS can take on Long Beach Poly hahaha. You Probably never played. I just can’t wait for the season finale. Then you will disappear

  9. Philly B's Gravatar Philly B
    October 9, 2018 - 4:23 pm | Permalink


    “Not so fast my friend”. I have to respectfully disagree with you. So you claim Monrovia has been shaky…and that I forgot about San Marino……Before I started lighting flames on my keyboard and destroy that entire statement, I did research. Let’s Take a trip down memory lane shall we….

    2017 with Chou which most Monrovia Faithful weren’t really a fan of. Let’s see how he did in league play….
    4-0 No losses
    4-0 No losses
    1 loss vs. San Marino
    Now lets look at La Serna League
    2017…Loss to Santa Fe
    2016 Undefeated, 2015 Undefeated, 2014 Uh Oh another loss..to ER, 2013 Undefeated, 2012 Undefeated, 2011…Uh…Another Loss to Santa Fe, 2010 Undefeated and 2009…La Serna took 3 L’s….ER, Cal, And Pioneer…

    Let’s make sure we remember what the argument is. We’re not comparing leagues. I know Rio Hondo League is softer then Charmin Ultra. We are comparing who’s been more dominant in league. And the answer is Monrovia hands down. Nice Try Dan….but you clearly have no idea about anything when it comes to Monrovia football. San Marino is ranked in CIF now…But Monrovia like always is going to beat the breaks off of San Marino. It won’t be close. Even in a new coach era/rebuilding/we can’t win in our non-league schedule, WE STILL have wayyyyy more athletes then San Marino.

  10. Anonymous's Gravatar Anonymous
    October 9, 2018 - 7:45 am | Permalink

    LS is a troll. Probably @NotTroyThomas

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