Top Ten: Northwest Division (9/14/2014)

Flintridge Prep HC Antonio Harrison spoke the Pasadena Quarterbacks Club on Friday and shared about his hopes of getting the Rebels into Prep League contention. (Photo by Joe T.)

Flintridge Prep HC Antonio Harrison spoke the Pasadena Quarterbacks Club on Friday and shared about his hopes of getting the Rebels into Prep League contention. (Photo by Joe T.)

By Joe Torosian

I know Maranatha is going to be angry with me, but Nipomo is on top right now. The Titans are very good. Valley Christian is on the cusp of a special season, but a let down against Mayfair takes them back to square one. Rio Hondo Prep’s Michael Cuda might not play football at USC, but he’s playing excellent football now and keeping the Kares in the hunt. Read more »

Cougars Fall Into Lumberjacks’ Trap

Tyler Thornton brings down Humboldt State running back Nick Ricciardulli during Saturday's 30-10 defeat to HSU in Azusa Pacific's road opener. (Photo by Joe Reinsch)

Tyler Thornton brings down Humboldt State running back Nick Ricciardulli during Saturday’s 30-10 defeat to HSU in Azusa Pacific’s road opener. (Photo by Joe Reinsch)

By Joe Reinsch
(Courtesy of the APU Athletic Department)

ARCATA, Calif. — Humboldt State held Azusa Pacific All-American running back Terrell Watson to 51 yards while producing two 100-yard rushing performances of its own, defeating the NCAA Division II No. 14-ranked Cougars 30-10 Saturday night in the Redwood Bowl. Read more »

Leagues By “W” (9/12/2014)

The search is always on for "The Big W"

The search is always on for “The Big W”

Yes sometimes you beat a good team, sometimes you beat a lousy team, but there is never a time a win doesn’t feel good. No team, just because another team is having a rough year, is going to give one away. “W’s” are precious. So what league is doing best? Let’s take a look. Read more »

Who Was The Best in Week Two? You Tell Us…

Temple City's Kyle Floyd knew where he wanted to go last week against Arroyo and got there three times (2Tds receiving, 1 rushing) and became " Player of the Week" (Photo by Steven Mercado)

Temple City’s Kyle Floyd knew where he wanted to go last week against Arroyo and got there three times (2Tds receiving, 1 rushing) and became “Player of the Week” (Photo by Steven Mercado)

Poll goes active 2:PM

We’re going through our stat sheets and notes, scrounging, you can do the same

Great games come from different places… Read more »