Mid Valley Scoreboard: Week 4

Matt Bechtel’s Damien Spartans are 5-0 after a win over Charter Oak Friday night.

High School football scores from around the area:

Thursday September 14

Northview 54 Monrovia 35

Pasadena Poly 17 Temple City 14

South El Monte 63 Firebaugh 6

Ganesha 42 Rowland 41

Whittier Christian 42 Beverly Hills 0

Santa Fe 19 Montebello 13

Bassett 41 Workman 6

Arcadia 78 Morningside 0

Nogales 51 Pomona 37

Glendale 35 Verbum Dei 8

Arlington 35 Bell Gardens 0

San Gabriel 47 Whittier 0

Friday September 15

Downey 17 St Paul 7

Damien 35 Charter Oak 0

Valley Christian 38 Sierra Vista 0

Covina 37 La Salle 21

San Marino 49 Wilson 0

Cantwell 42 Bosco Tech 6

Glenn 64 Mark Keppel 8

Burbank 13 St. Genevieve 10

Schurr 21 Franklin 20

Mt View 51 Century 13

Crescenta Valley 33 La Canada 21

La Mirada 41 Baldwin Park 7

Bonita 28 Los Osos 14

Rancho Cucamonga 31 Bishop Amat 20

St Francis 42 Sultana 13

West Covina 20 Valencia 0

Maranatha 58 Western Christian 33

Mayfair 32 El Rancho 6

South Hills 49 El Monte 17

Pioneer 21 Gabrielino 7

Ayala 42 Chino Hills 28

Chino 59 Don Lugo 35

Colony 51 Pasadena 0

Diamond Bar 35 Paloma Valley 20

Diamond Ranch 35 Shadow Hills 7

Etiwanda 34 Glendora 14

Jurupa Hills 34 Los Altos 13

La Puente 20 Temecula Prep 7

Pacifica 42 Walnut 14

San Dimas 30 Sunny Hills 7

South Pasadena 46 Alhambra 7

Warren 42 Culver City 36

Duarte 49 Contreras 21

Rio Hondo Prep 42 Boron 6

6 Comments to "Mid Valley Scoreboard: Week 4"

  1. Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man's Gravatar Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man
    September 27, 2023 - 8:43 pm | Permalink

    @ Moor: The lower-level teams at Alhambra are being coached capably by some of Coach Bergstrom’s assistants.
    The main problem is that many of our athletes never played tackle football before enrolling at AHS. They are literally being taught how to play football as 13-to-16-year-olds. No Junior All-American or Pop Warner football here; no sir.

    @ Anonymous: Diana Diaz-Ferguson took over as principal at Alhambra High School in January 2022. As far as I know, she’s still there; I saw her on campus just last week.
    David Keyes lasted just a semester as principal there; he got moved out in December 2021.

  2. Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man's Gravatar Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man
    September 27, 2023 - 1:44 am | Permalink

    @ Detached Observer (either the real one or his alter ego): I appreciate the mention. I apologize for being away from this forum for a while. I’ve worked eight of the last nine school days (as a substitute teacher) and have tried to keep up with my household duties while managing an illness. (Fortunately, it’s not too serious.)
    I’ll be honest with everyone: Alhambra is struggling right now. Going into this season, we didn’t expect to have an easy time, but neither did we anticipate being 0-5 at this point.
    The teams we’ve played so far have a combined record of 20-7, and that’s something no one could’ve seen coming. We’ve lost to South El Monte (which is now 5-0), Glen Wilson High (4-2), Temple City (3-2), La Salle (3-3), and South Pasadena (5-0). Our first two losses were in winnable games that got away from us in the fourth quarter, but we’ve gotten blown out by our last three opponents.
    Our offense has been erratic at best, and we’ve typically been killed by poor pass defense and special teams play. Wilson and South Pasadena play smash-mouth football and simply ran us over. Injuries have also been a factor, but that can be said on behalf of many teams.
    We have a committed, intelligent, and hardworking coaching staff, but the coaches can’t go out there and make the plays on the field. We’re still a relatively young team, but even some of our more experienced players haven’t yet developed in the ways that we would like.
    What you’re seeing at Alhambra is also the result of our going without a feeder youth program for an entire decade, as well as having a school district administration that has horribly neglected our facilities. (We are only now starting to get some real action concerning the latter issue.)
    Well, I’m going to check out for now; I have a teaching job in the morning. Have a pleasant day.

  3. Real DO's Gravatar Real DO
    September 19, 2023 - 9:43 pm | Permalink

    That’s what happens when fake detached observer tries to make funny post

  4. Anonymous's Gravatar Anonymous
    September 19, 2023 - 4:42 pm | Permalink

    @detached observer


  5. Detached Observer's Gravatar Detached Observer
    September 19, 2023 - 11:34 am | Permalink

    I love to sit on rose bushes because it makes me smell like roses.
    Let me complain about being anonymous and someone else posting anonymous things using my anonymous name. Let me cry about it on my own behind this cell phone or computer screen. Did I tell you that I like to eat my cereal with water? I have fond memories of when I was in HS ( I wont mention where) I could tell you the location of all the clean toilets. Don’t ask why.

    stop using my name .

    thank you .


  6. Anonymous's Gravatar Anonymous
    September 19, 2023 - 6:34 am | Permalink

    Easy Santa Fe. I think you can beat the ranch this year but you are not that team yet.

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