Pacific 2019 Non-League Schedules

Will Muir be in the mix in the Pacific? The Stangs have a tough non-league game at Hart.

Pacific 2019 Non-League Schedules: Season kicks off Friday August 23. (Pasadena kicks off Friday August 16 and Burroughs Thursday August 22.) 

Arcadia: Valencia, La Serna, Whittier, @Centennial Compton

Burbank: Moorpark, @Golden Valley, @Orange Vista, @Hart

Burroughs: Hueneme, Victor Valley, @Kennedy, @Harvard-Westlake

Crescenta Valley: Santa Fe, Montebello, @Redondo, Santa Rosa Academy

Glendale: Mendez, @La Canada, San Gabriel, @Capistrano Valley Christian

Muir: Western, @Hart, Grace Brethren, Palos Verdes Peninsula

Pasadena: @St. Genevieve, @Maranatha, Pioneer

5 Comments to "Pacific 2019 Non-League Schedules"

  1. All Apaches Down's Gravatar All Apaches Down
    August 6, 2019 - 9:13 am | Permalink

    Welcome back to the real Arcadia.
    Muir and Burbank both have a real shot, and CV is always competitive with great coaching.
    Pasadena Glendale and the other Burbank school round out the bottom.

  2. Apache down's Gravatar Apache down
    August 1, 2019 - 11:41 pm | Permalink

    Everything will be back to normal at Arcadia. They will be recruiting from their band to field a team .🤣

  3. Anonymous's Gravatar Anonymous
    August 1, 2019 - 7:31 pm | Permalink

    What is the word on Arcadia this year, how do they look?

  4. Falcon1's Gravatar Falcon1
    August 1, 2019 - 8:54 am | Permalink

    No! It will be Burbank & CV banging it out for the top spot

  5. Tornado Alley's Gravatar Tornado Alley
    July 30, 2019 - 9:49 pm | Permalink

    Wow, no more Hoover? İ wonder if this is permanent or if they will find a way to rebuild. How much is due to the unpleasantness that interrupted last season, and how much is just an inevitable consequence of demographics and a general decline in the sport. They’d seen some improvement a few years ago; it’s a real shame to see this. İ also wonder if hiring an Armenian head coach ultimately does give them a better shot at rebuilding. Finally, I wonder about the future of the Pacific League. Might Glendale be the next casualty? Or might they and even Pasadena seek out a more appropriate level of competition?

    (Personally, with San Marino surely on the cusp of decline, I’d favor Glendale and Pasadena swapping leagues with Monrovia. İt could make for two tightly competitive leagues.)

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