Tag Archives: Brandon Martinez

Fanview Lite: March 27, 2014

“I had my moment on the stage. The trick in life is to know when to leave.”—Al McGuire Kick it!

Hall of Fame West Players Doing Work

We caught up with El Monte HC Joel Sanchez Tuesday as he was preparing the West squad for the Hall of Fame game.

Fanview Lite: January 28, 2013

Kick it! Still no positive comments about JV football in February, but it continues to lead in our poll. Really interesting.

Fanview Lite: January 26, 2013

Kick it! You know, even as a relic from the 1970’s, I never understood or felt comfortable with the word “boogie”…Not at all…

Mid Valley Sports: All Mid-Valley Division Football Team 2012

(We’ve said it before. No second team, no third team, and we don’t make someone an MVP to move them up and then slide someone else into their position. Lot of debate. In the end we realize we’ve made a couple of people happy and a whole host of others very angry. Our choices, we […]

The Peterson Principle 10/29/12

Should we just pencil in La Serna and La Mirada for the Southeast Division Championship right now? When you look at the records of these two teams and how they have achieved them, there’s really nobody close.

The Peterson Principle 10/15/12

After you sift through all the debris about broken plays, cheap shots, trash talking and defenses, one thing is certain. El Monte is the best team in the Mission Valley League in 2012. Yes, it seems like that is stating the obvious and it might be. But I’ve still heard whispers about Gabrielino pulling something […]

The TEN: 10/10/2012

(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)

The Peterson Principle 10/8/12

It finally happened and it happened convincingly. For the first time in 21 years El Monte knocked off Arroyo. It wasn’t close. El Monte jumped out to a 26-7 halftime lead and it was 32-7 as the Lions coasted from there.  

The Peterson Principle 9/10/12

El Monte isn’t going to have a hard time scoring against anybody. You get the feeling that Brandon Martinez is going to get the ball in the endzone, throwing or passing or any other way every time he touches the ball.