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Bulldogs Run Wild on Bonita By Andy Villanueva (West Covina) – With time winding down in the game, Chris Solomon added an exclamation point to a “statement game” that sent a message to all Southeast Division teams with a 98-yard kick-off return for a touchdown in West Covina’s 55-21 win over Bonita.
(Bellflower) – West Covina’s red zone defense held true to form midway through the fourth quarter to help hold off a gutsy-Mayfair squad 28-19 in the CIF Southeast Division semi-finals.
Wow there’s something you don’t see everyday. In football it just doesn’t happen this way. If you can establish a running game and chew up yardage on the ground while eating up the clock, you’re going to win. Just ask any football coach.
(West Covina) – With time winding down in the game, Chris Solomon added an exclamation point to a “statement game” that sent a message to all Southeast Division teams with a 98-yard kick-off return for a touchdown in West Covina’s 55-21 win over Bonita.
(Walnut)- Visiting West Covina spotted Walnut a 10-0 lead in the first quarter before rushing back with 447 yards yards on the ground and a 41-24 victory at Ken Gunn Stadium Friday night.
(Azusa) – For the second straight year, West Covina got the best of Glendora with an exciting 33-28 victory at Citrus College. For the Bulldogs it was their third straight win and dropped the Tartans out of the ranks of the unbeaten.
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.
(Covina) – It was what they called in the old days a good old fashioned butt kicking – a game in which somebody got taken out behind the woodshed. But to many people’s surprise it was West Covina who was the team administering the beating as they bullied South Hills 42-27 Thursday night at Covina District […]
Last week we brought you what we know and don’t know about the Mid-Valley Division. Now we’ll go with the Southeast. The Southeast is a different animal. There are four leagues instead of six and 28 teams instead of 38.
(El Monte) – If four is cool why not go for six? That’s how many teams flooded B.L.Bergstrom Stadium Thursday to throw the football. Arroyo was joined by Mission Valley League rival El Monte, La Puente, Wilson, Monrovia and West Covina.