Tag Archives: Brian Serven
The TEN: 7/20/2016
Written by mvs on July 20, 2016 — Leave a Comment
(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)
Posted in "The 10's" | Also tagged Alyssa Villalpando, Arizona State Baseball, Boston Celtics, Carolina Panthers, Charles Tillman, Chicago Bears, Clayton Kershaw, Colorado Rockies, El Monte Eastern Little League, Giovani Dos Santos, Grand Junction Rockies, Herald Examiner, LA Dodgers, LA Galaxy, Melvin Durslag, Miami Heat, Milwaukee Bucks, MLS, MLS All-Star Game, Nelson Agholor, Philadelphia Eagles, Ray Allen, Seattle SuperSonics, Temple City National Little League, USC Football
Temple City Title Bid Falls Short
Written by tpeterson on June 2, 2012 — Leave a Comment
(Riverside) – Palm Desert scored four times in the top of the first inning and pitcher Brooks Kriske did the rest in a 4-0 win over Temple City Saturday night in the CIF Division 4 Championship at UC Riverside.
Posted in High School Sports | Also tagged Barry Bacon, Benji Sanderson, Brooks Kriske, Cameron LeGrand, Connor Ventura, Jacob Clark, John Schuknecht, Jonah Jarrard, Jonathan Serven, Kelly Arcand, Kyle Starling, Palm Desert Baseball, Rio Hondo League, Temple City Baseball, Temple City National, UC Riverside, USC Baseball
The TEN: 5/31/2012
Written by mvs on May 31, 2012 — Leave a Comment
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
Posted in "The 10's" | Also tagged Anze Kopitar, Bob Miller, Brian Banks, Broadway Joe Namath, Jonathan Lucroy, Jonathan Serven, Los Angeles Clippers, NBA Draft Lottery, New Orleans Hornets, Palm Desert Baseball, Roy Halladay, Ryan Ramirez, Seattle Seahawks, Stanley Cup, TC National Little League, TCN Dodgers, Temple City Baseball, Vinny Del Negro
Rams, Moors are Finals Bound
Written by tpeterson on May 29, 2012 — Leave a Comment
Temple City 2 St. Bonaventure 0 Corey Copping fired a complete game shutout and went three for three at the plate to lead Temple City to a 2-0 victory over St. Bonaventure Tuesday and into the CIF Finals for the first time in school history. Copping allowed just five hits while striking out five.