Tag Archives: Bell Gardens football
By Tim Peterson The head coaching carousel is starting earlier this year. With Margarito Beltran stepping down at Bell Gardens there are six openings already in the local coverage area. Throw in Garey and that makes seven.
By Tim Peterson (Bell Gardens) – Margarito Beltran has stepped down as the head coach at Bell Gardens after four years.
By Rich Whittington (Montebello) – The Montebello Oilers utilized a solid running attack to defeat the Bell Gardens Lancers, 41-31, Friday evening at Oiler Field.
Come out and support the Special Operations Warrior Foundation and watch a competitive football game between El Rancho and Bell Gardens High Schools. Donations will be collected for the SOWF at the game. Entry is free with a Military ID
Almont Non-League Schedules: Season kicks off August 17
(Pico Rivera) – El Rancho and Bell Gardens’ “Black and Blue Game” to be held on August 24, 2018 will also serve as a charity event for the Special Operations Warrior Foundation. Although the game isn’t being played for 6 months, donations are being taken now.
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:
(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.
By Tim Peterson (San Marino) – San Marino racked up over 400 yards on the ground and rolled to a 30-6 win over Bell Gardens Friday night on its home field.
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: