Tag Archives: Brett Walsh
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.
(Monrovia) Monrovia WR/DB Anthony Craft is the lastest Wildcat to sign a football scholarship to play at the next level. Craft is heading to Arkansas Pine Bluff he confirmed Saturday.
The basketball playoff pairings were announced Sunday and again some of the brackets left you scratching your head. Baldwin Park is traveling to Beaumont. I hope that gas bill fits into the school budget.
(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 […]
Haven’t we seen this before? The Raiders win a big early season game over a possible contender and all the silver and black honks come crawling out of the woodwork proclaiming that they are ready to make a Super Bowl run.
Monrovia moved up to number two with a convincing win over San Dimas while Paraclete jumped to three by beating Dorsey. The question is can anybody beat Sierra Canyon? San Marino is making people take notice. El Monte scores 66 and still falls short.
(Monrovia) – For years Monrovia was the team without a CIF title. Now the Wildcats are setting their sights on a third championship in three years. CIF has made it a little more difficult to for the Cats to accomplish that goal by moving the Alpha League into the Mid- Valley Division. In case you’re not aware the Alpha features such powerhouses as […]
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
(Monrovia)- Standout Monrovia linebacker Brett Walsh verbaled to Northwestern University.
So West Covina wins the SGV Shootout? What? Last year the Bulldogs were knocked out early and that figured. With guys like Chris Solomon, Jimmy Frazier and Aaron Salgado all Head Coach Mike Maggiore was going to do was pound the ball and he did it all they way to a second consecutive CIF Championship.