Tag Archives: Brian Zavala

Fanview Lite: August 24, 2012

Kick it! Bell Gardens will be starting a southpaw at quarterback but it won’t be Tristian Escobar. Instead the Lancers will go with former Charter Oak JV signal caller Charles Ontiveros

The Peterson Principle 7/9/12

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.

Chris Williams Takes Over at BP

(Baldwin Park) – Chris Williams, who was an assistant at Gladstone last year, was named the Head Coach at Baldwin Park late last week multiple sources confirmed. Williams takes over for James Heggins who stepped down in February.

The Ten 1/25/2012

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

The Koffler Years

(Rosemead) – When Rosemead Coach Matt Koffler resigned Tuesday night the Panther football players lost more than just a coach. They lost a friend, a teacher, a mentor and for some, a father figure.

SGV Shootout Photos & Friends (Final)

Nah, it doesn’t work…

SGV Shootout News and Notes

(El Monte) – Azusa won the Shootout last year and gave Diamond Bar all it could handle again before falling in the championship game. What makes Azusa so good?

Wilson Update: Burt in as Head Coach

(Hacienda Heights) – Bob Burt was introduced on campus Wednesday as the new Head Coach at Wilson sources say. Burt, 69, whose last stop was at Riverside Notre Dame, has over 44 years of coaching experience which included a nine year stint as the Head Coach at Cal State Northridge.

Bob Burt Front-Runner at Wilson

(Hacienda Heights) – Bob Burt, who last coached at Riverside Notre Dame before stepping down last December, is the front-runner to take over as the Head Coach at Wilson sources say.

Saints Rout Wilson; Set Sights on Playoffs

(Hacienda Heights) – San Dimas racked up over 400 yards on the ground and Codee Watts threw a 57 yard touchdown pass as the Saints rolled to a 49-9 rout of Wilson Thursday night in the regular season finale.