Tag Archives: Billy Moore
Norwalk's Donovan Gumbs: From the 605 to Azusa Pacific
Last Saturday night players at the 605 All-Star Game strapped on their pads for the last time on the high school level – some for the last time period.
Over the last few months we have reported on several players who have signed scholarships to play football [...]
Do the Bearcats have enough to beat Muir?
Thoughts and observations from a CIF first round playoff weekend.
Sports writing can be a dangerous profession. I’m not talking about dodging players on the sidelines at a football game or weaving my way through a crowded stadium parking lot on a Friday night. I’m talking about facing [...]
Billy Moore and Elijhaa Penny are happy to be moving on to the quarterfinals of the Southeast Division.
Jon Dimalante talks about the Apache season and Taylor Lagace injury.
Elijhaa Penny ran over and through the Apache defense. (Photo by Anne Cypress)
(Arcadia) – Norwalk’s two-prong running attack of Billy Moore and Elijhaa Penny bruised and punished the undersized defensive line of Arcadia enroute to a 35-27 win in the opening round of the CIF Southeast Division.
The highly-recruited Penny ran for 131 yards on 30 [...]
Eliijhaa Penny was preparing back in the summer for a huge year; he led the Southeast Division in rushing
Here’s a look at the players in the Southeast who will suit up in the playoffs that rushed for at least 1000 yards.
Eliijhaa Penny – Norwalk 1895, Chris Soloman – West Covina 1286, Ulisies Ochoa – [...]
Jesse Ceniceros and Norwalk need to find a way to beat La Mirada
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 [...]
Elijhaa Penny had 174 of Norwalk's 454 yards rushing, but it wasn't enough
(La Mirada) - How do you rack up over 450 yards rushing and still lose? That’s what Norwalk Coach Jesse Ceniceros is probably asking himself after Friday night’s game with La Mirada. But that’s exactly what happened in a 40-29 Lancers loss to the Matadores in Suburban League play.
Norwalk used some of [...]
Former Arroyo quarterback Mark Colella still owns a piece of Temple City's North Field.
T-Minus-22 Days until “The Mid Valley Classic”
Smudge Pot #3: November 16, 1974 at Mt. Sac (1:P.M.)
San Dimas scores on its first two possessions to upset previously undefeated Bonita, 14-0, and keep the Smudge Pot for a third consecutive year.
The Saints Fred [...]
Maranatha QB Andrew Ellfers
T-Minus-62 Days until “The Mid Valley Classic”
Loyal Mid Valley Reader: Aren’t you guys sick of all the passing league stuff yet?
Joe T.: No, should I be?
The great thing about football is it all progresses. First its weights, then its spring workouts, then its passing league, dead period (for the most part), [...]
Former Mt. View bruiser and second year Mid Valley staffer Big George Hernandez has become Mr. Insider at The Mid.
T-Minus-148 Days until “The Mid Valley Classic”
Seems odd a 41-year old catcher should be out for three months with a bad back…I wonder if the Dodgers can get Angel Pena activated, he’s only 35.
Great deal [...]