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Fanview: December 21, 2016
By Joe Torosian “No space of regret can make amends for one life’s opportunity misused.” ― Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol Kick it! Right off the Top: Did you know Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley only needs 222 yards to reach a 1,000 for the season.
The TEN: 10/2/2014
(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
The Peterson Principle: 7/29/13
There are 31 days until the football season. Have you figured out who’s going to win the Hacienda League yet?
Mid Spotlight: Tyler Peterson
Tyler Peterson: Diamond Bar, Quarterback, # 4, Jr., 6-0, 175
Hull’s Eligibility Denied
(Diamond Bar) – Antonio “Noodles” Hull, who checked out of West Covina earlier this year and enrolled at Diamond Bar, has been denied eligibilty according to the CIF Southern Section website.
La Serna Gets Another Shot at Title
(Whittier)- La Serna outscored West Covina 35-3 after falling behind early by two touchdowns and went to to beat the Bulldogs 35-17 Friday night at Whittier District Field to advance to the Southeast Finals.
The Peterson Principle 11/19/12
What do you do when you face a fourth and two at your own 28 with 3:43 left in the game and you’re leading by two points in a CIF quarterfinal playoff game? Well if you’re West Covina Coach Mike Maggiore it’s an easy call. You go for it.
Firm of Salgado, Love and Hull Lead Bulldogs
(Covina) – DeShon Love rushed for 155 yards including a 78 yard touchdown and Aaron Salgado had a 36 yard TD jaunt to lead West Covina to a 34-0 shutout of Covina Friday night to open the 2012 season.
The Peterson Principle 7/9/12
So West Covina wins the SGV Shootout? What? Last year the Bulldogs were knocked out early and that figured. With guys like Chris Solomon, Jimmy Frazier and Aaron Salgado all Head Coach Mike Maggiore was going to do was pound the ball and he did it all they way to a second consecutive CIF Championship.
West Covina Wins Shootout
(El Monte) – West Covina beat Northview 30-18 to win the SGV Shootout at Arroyo Saturday. The Bulldogs, not traditionally a passing team, knocked off Monrovia in the semi finals before dispatching of Northview. Monrovia beat Whittier Christian in the consolation game.