Tag Archives: Bonita Air Assault

The Peterson Principle: 6/21/2017

By Tim Peterson Who’s a team to look out for this year? Who’s a team that can jump up and bite somebody? Who’s a team that can contend for a league title that may not be on you radar? It’s the Alhambra Moors.

Bonita Air Assault: June 23-24

Bonita Air Assault Tournament is June 23-24. There are 30 teams signed up. Here are the pools.

The Peterson Principle: 6/27/2016

By Tim Peterson Doesn’t Andrew Tovar seem like he’s been at Cathedral for ten years? Some players just seem to have that effect on you. When you’re the face of the team and throw for over 3700 yards and 47 touchdowns like Tovar did last year, it gives the impression you’ve been there awhile.

Paraclete Prevails at Bonita Air Assault

By Tim Peterson (La Verne) – Paraclete, not a team that is traditionally known for throwing the ball, won the Bonita Air Assault Saturday knocking off Valencia in six overtimes in the championship game. The Spirits also beat Cathedral along the way to get to the final game. 

Bonita Air Assault in Pictures

The Bonita Air Assault took place Friday and Saturday at Bonita High School. 

Bonita Air Assault Friday, Saturday

The Bonita Air Assault is set for this Friday and Saturday, June 24/25. Here’s the participating schools and pools.

The Peterson Principle: 6/29/2015

By Tim Peterson Wow, didn’t think a blurb about a Mission Valley League running back transferring out would create that much of a stir. As of last Sunday the story on South El Monte’s Marcos Lopez leaving South El Monte has received 135 comments and counting…

The Peterson Principle 7/1/13

Is there ever a day in late June or early July that somebody isn’t throwing the ball somewhere? I’m sure if you looked hard enough you could find a passing competition every day of the week.  

The Peterson Principle 7/16/12

Surprise, Surprise! Monrovia won the Arroyo Lineman Competition Saturday – as if they didn’t have enough everywhere else.

Bonita Air Assault

(La Verne) -The Bonita Air Assualt conlcuded Saturday with Upland knocking off Valencia to win the two-day Tournament. Monrovia, who played without starting quarterback Blake Heyworth and reciever Mason Bryant on Friday, had both players back on Saturday and had a lead on Upland earlier in the day before falling late in the contest.