Tag Archives: Almont League

Schurr, Aguero are Perfecto

(Montebello) – Miguel Aguero threw for 374 yards and five touchdowns to lead Schurr to a 48-20 rout of Alhambra Friday night on the Spartans home field.

The Peterson Principle: 10/22/2017

By Tim Peterson We still have two weeks left in the regular season but it looks like everything is settled. Let’s take a league inventory:

Bell Gardens Unbeaten in Almont

(Alhambra) – Bell Gardens took  advantage of two Alhambra turnovers and the Lancer offense kicked it into high gear in the second half in a 49-21 rout of the Moors Friday night at Moor Field.

An Early Look at the Almont

By Tim Peterson Who’s going to win the Almont? Some say Montebello wins it going away while others say Schurr is ready to unseat the Oilers as league champs. We know that Bell Gardens will be better and we’re hearing good things out of Alhambra. Here’s an early look:

The Peterson Principle: 7/3/2017

By Tim Peterson Thoughts and observations from the SGV Shootout: “Hey Coach how does it look?” is my standard line for a coach that I see in the summer or at a passing league tournament.

The Peterson Principle: 6/21/2017

By Tim Peterson Who’s a team to look out for this year? Who’s a team that can jump up and bite somebody? Who’s a team that can contend for a league title that may not be on you radar? It’s the Alhambra Moors.

Schurr’s Garcia Headed to Redlands

By Tim Peterson (Montebello)-Manuel Garcia, who played fullback and linebacker for Schurr last year, will continue his football career at the University of Redlands in the fall.

Ledesma Leaves San Gabriel

By Tim Peterson (San Gabriel) – Joe Ledesma is out as the head coach at San Gabriel multiple sources confirmed Wednesday.

The Peterson Principle: 11/14/2016

By Tim Peterson It looks like Northview has bigger fish to fry. Last year the Vikings won the Valle Vista League and advanced to the second round of the playoffs before falling to Pomona.

Schurr Finishes off Alhambra 41-28

(Alhambra) – Alhambra gave Schurr all it could handle but in the end the Spartans had enough to beat the Moors 41-28 to finish second in the Almont League.