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Throwing at Arroyo in April
(El Monte) – Alhambra, Bell Gardens and Rosemead joined Arroyo Saturday morning to throw the ball around. It’s only April but all four teams already know they have things to work out before September.
“The Mid Valley Classic”: History of the Game: Arroyo vs. Temple City
—First of Three Parts: History of the Game (Tues.), By the Numbers (Weds.), and Stars & Plays (Thurs.)— (What is now called the “Mid Valley Classic” started way back when these schools were young, 1956, and very slowly turned into one of the best opening night features around. What follows is a recap of every […]
Mid Spotlight: Hunter Duran
Hunter Duran – Arroyo Sr. WR/DB 5’7″ , 140 2010 Stats: Rec: 19-383 yds, 6 TD. 20.16 avg per catch, long – 53.
All Mid Valley Old School Baseball Team
These are our picks for the all old school team. That is, the original 12 teams that we covered when we first started out. We went with 12 players and a coach. Yes we could have gone with a DH, but the pitching was so dominant in the area that it was hard to not […]
Acosta Zeros in on Knights
(El Monte) – Angel Acosta wobbled but did not fall. He bent but never broke. He escaped more tight spots than Houdini and in the end he threw a complete game shutout to lead Gabrielino to a 1-0 win over Arroyo in Mission Valley League action Monday.
Knight Train Keeps Rolling
(El Monte) – Mark Roche belted a three run home run and Tony Davalos threw a complete game to lead Arroyo to a 4-2 win over host Mountain View Friday.
All Arroyo in MVL Opener
(El Monte) – Tony Davalos fired a complete game two hitter and struck out five to lead Arroyo to an 11-0 shut out over South El Monte Friday in the Mission Valley League opener.
Mid Valley Draft: Receivers
Draft Day: Tuesday February 8, 2011
Kinghts Start Slow Finish Strong
El Monte) The Arroyo Knights defense limited the La Canada Spartan offense to 83 total yards en route to a 26-7 victory Friday night to close out the non-league portion both teams schedules at B.L. Bergstrom Stadium.
The Peterson Principle 9/21/10
Thursday and Friday aren’t enough. Last week I was out on Saturday night too. When I saw that Diamond Ranch, the CIF Southeast Division runner up for the last two years, was at home I had to be there.