Tag Archives: Brandon Rohrer
By Tim Peterson I’m still waiting for word out of Norwalk. There has been no announcement on who will replace Jesse Ceniceros who stepped down to take the head coaching job at Chino.
By Tim Peterson (Claremont) – Claremont head coach Mike Collins has stepped down at Claremont after a 30 year coaching career, with 20 of those years as the head coach of the Wolfpack. Collins guided Claremont to the first round of the playoffs and a 6-5 record in his final year.
Brandon Rohrer, who left La Puente just two years ago to take over as the head coach at Etiwanda, has stepped down sources confirmed.
It’s a year round celebration for Monrovia. First there was the third consecutive Mid-Valley Divison title. Then it was on to the State tournament. Now the Wildcats have had five players receive scholarships to play college football.
Half the teams in this division are new to us and this area. So instead of listing a Top 25 today, we’ve started with all 31 and will break it down based on responses into a Top 25 for Tuesday. In terms of weighting the teams we went 10, 5, and 3 to start with […]
Kick it! The calmest guy I spoke to this week was “His Arroyo Baldness” Jim Singiser. While he’s not thrilled with the pending shifts coming to the football divisions it was interesting to hear the guy, who is capable of getting so hot at times you can fry an egg on the back of his […]
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
(We asked some local coaches where they saw high school sports/football being in the next ten years.) “First, thank you for asking me to write this piece on the future of school sports. The next 10 years is a great concern for many of us in the education and athletic business.
By Alex Gonzalez (Pomona) – Junior quarterback Ivan Vasquez throws four touchdowns as the La Puente Warriors defeated the Ganesha Giants, 59-14, Thursday night at Nancy McCracken Stadium.
(La Puente)- La Puente running back Nicholas Barrientos rushed for 174 yards and a pair of second half touchdowns to lead the Warriors to a 35-21 victory over the El Monte Lions Thursday night at McIntosh Field.