Brian Zavala was supposed to begin his first year as the head football coach at Colony for the 2020 season as he was hired “One Year Ago” on January 27, 2020. But due to COVID-19 he has yet to coach a single game. Zavala is hoping, along with the rest of us, to get high school football back up and running soon. Big George Hernandez wrote the story on Zavala’s hiring.
By George Hernandez
(Ontario) – Temple City alum and former Wilson head coach Brian Zavala has been named the new head football coach at Colony the school announced Monday.
Zavala started off at Northview as defensive coordinator before his two year head coaching stint at Wilson.
Zavala spent six seasons at Montebello as Pete Gonzalez’ defensive coordinator. His last three years have been at Colony, Rancho Cucamonga and most recently Upland.
“I met the players and parents today, I’m excited just like they are.” said Zavala.
Zavala takes over for Steve Randall who finished 2-8 last year 1-4 in the Palomares. Randall is the leading candidate for the Pioneer job.
Zavala is a familiar face at Colony spending the 2017 season as their DC, the Titans won the Mt. Baldy League that year.