Monrovia’s Hernandez Named Rio Hondo League MVP

Monrovia’s Carlos Hernandez was named Rio Hondo League MVP.

By MVS Staff – Monrovia wide receiver Carlos Hernandez was named Rio Hondo League MVP.

Hernandez, along with quarterback Noah Rodriguez, led the Wildcats to a 10-0 record and a spot in the CIF playoffs. Hernandez finished the season as the sixth leading receiver in total yards in the nation.

3 Comments to "Monrovia’s Hernandez Named Rio Hondo League MVP"

  1. LS Alumni's Gravatar LS Alumni
    December 7, 2021 - 7:35 am | Permalink

    Great comeback Tim. LS did get a lot of love from Mid Valley. It was a great year by all! Getting though this season without a lot of Covid problems was a miracle. Both George and Hernandez had great seasons. 2 WR getting MVP’s is rare but well deserved.

  2. LS Fan's Gravatar LS Fan
    December 6, 2021 - 2:04 pm | Permalink

    @grim reaper

    Or how about a photo and article of the Del Rio League MVP and all league?? Why just Monrovia? Just because Ls does not stat pad at the end of games doesn’t mean we get no love. Our guy put up some sick numbers and we don’t throw when we are blowing someone out. Not to mention playing against much better competition.
    From T. Peterson: Geez you got plenty of love. I just went through all of our game stories from this season and there were more La Serna game stories than Monrovia. I knew there were that’s why I checked it. I covered the St. Francis game. That was uhh.. well.. I’m sure you saw it. Be a football fan not a fanboy. It looks soft. All that being said I did mention the Del Rio League MVP Jake George. You must have missed it. And man, what a great season George and Carlos Hernandez had.

  3. Grim Reaper's Gravatar Grim Reaper
    December 6, 2021 - 12:03 am | Permalink

    Congratulations, however, it would have been nice to have at least mentioned the names of the other all league nominations at least for appearance sake

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