Tag Archives: Bill Zernickow
“I just can’t fit…Yes, I believe it’s time for us to quit.”—Bob Dylan Kick it! Oh, I’ve always been a Dee Gordon fan.
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
With a little less talent in the San Dimas backfield, Payton could be a 3,000 yard back.
You can use all the cliches. It was a game that had a little bit of everything. It’s a shame somebody had to lose. Both teams left everything on the field. They showed a lot of heart. It was what high school football is all about. But in the case of the Smudgepot game last […]
(Citrus College)- Andrew Espinoza scored from eight yards out with 2:00 left in the fourth quarter and Erick Ware calmly booted home the extra point to give San Dimas a remarkable 37-36 win over Bonita Thursday night to capture the Smudgepot. The Bearcats had one last gasp but a 49 yard field goal attempt by Brandt Davis fell short.
Ready or not it’s here. For the first time in recent memory the football season kicks off on August 23. Have all the coaching vacancies even been filled yet? Have all the transfers been approved? Have all the transfers been completed?
Tracking Down the Saints San Dimas Coach Bill Zerncikow gave us the grand tour of the new stadium last Wednesday night. It’s state of the art from the new turf to the new grandstands on the East side of the field. The most impressive thing was the blue track that runs around the field. It […]
Most of the schools are on dead period which explains why I saw Arcadia Assistant Coach Eric Elias on the golf course Saturday afternoon. “What? Are the Mid Valley guys out here playing for money?” Elias laughed.
Kick it! Overs and Unders on how soon Kentucky will have to vacate its title?
By Joe Torosian (Azusa)- “You know who 87 is right?” Mid Valley Sports’ Tim Peterson said as the Azusa Pacific inter-squad scrimmage in March concluded. “That’s Kevin Kolbeck.” When last seen on a football field Kevin Kolbeck was scoring a touchdown every 4.5 receptions and averaging 21-yards per grab for the San Dimas Saints in […]