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Cal Brings the Heat
Written by tpeterson on August 15, 2015 — Leave a Comment
(Whittier) – Cal was out Saturday in helmet and pads in temperatures that reached triple digits. The Condors finished 6-5 last year (3-2 in the Del Rio) and fell in the first round of the playoffs to Downey.
Posted in High School Football | Also tagged Berto Arteaga, Big John Vasquez, California Football, Dick Torres Memorial Stadium, Evan Barajas, Kyle Trudell, Ricky Rodriguez, Robert Leos
The Peterson Principle: 9/22/14
Written by tpeterson on September 22, 2014 — Leave a Comment
Monrovia didn’t lose the game Friday night. St. Francis won it. The Golden Knights took it. When big plays needed to be made, it was St. Francis that made them. The Golden Knights were bigger, deeper, stronger and ultimately better.
Posted in Fanview, The Peterson Principle | Also tagged Areg Nazarian, Asaph Zamora, California Football, Central Division, Dylan Crawford, Jim Bonds, Kyle Trudell, La Mirada Football, Mason Williams, Mid Valley Division, Monrovia Football, Montebello Football, Nathan Lowden, Nick Horner, Octavius Spencer, Paraclete Football, Robert Leos, San Dimas Football, San Marino Football, Sierra Canyon football, St. Francis Football, Troy Football Buena Park Football, UPS
Trudell Ready to Go at Cal
Written by tpeterson on July 14, 2014 — Leave a Comment
Last year California finished 4-6 overall and 2-3 in the Del Rio. That’s not a typical season for Cal who is traditionally in the playoffs and in the hunt for the Del Rio League title year in and year out.
Posted in High School Football | Also tagged Andrew Salcido, Brendan Simpson, Bubba Martinez, California Football, David Burrell, Del Rio League, Dominic Sanchez, El Rancho Football, Jacob Olivas, Jake Mata, James Contreras, Jim Arnold, Kyle Reyes, Kyle Trudell, La Serna Football, Louie Zamora, Nathan Gudino, Nathan Lowden, Patrick Winchell, Richard Salinas, Roberto Salazar, Santa Fe Football, Sonora Football, Southeast Division, Thomas Vielma, ti, Traie Kastl-Givens, Zach McHale