Tag Archives: Burroughs Football

The Peterson Principle: 10/22/2017

By Tim Peterson We still have two weeks left in the regular season but it looks like everything is settled. Let’s take a league inventory:

Apaches Rally Past Indians

By Alex Gonzalez (Arcadia) — With 1:56 left in the fourth quarter, on 4th and 1, Arcadia’s Austin Guerra and Dhilan Judware stuffed Nathan Piper from reaching the first down, sealing the Apaches 31-26 Homecoming win Friday night at Arcadia high school.

Crescenta Valley Gains Pacific Control, 35-21

By Alex Gonzalez (Burbank) – Cole Doyle passed for 200 yards and threw a touchdown pass and Brandon Beardt scored two rushing touchdowns including the go-ahead score as Crescenta Valley beat Burbank 35-21 Friday night at Memorial Stadium.

The Peterson Principle: 10/11/2016

By Tim Peterson Before Game 4 of the NLDS between the Dodgers and the Nationals I heard three different interviews of Dodger players and coaches on the radio.

Burroughs’ Chance Bell Verbals San Diego State

(Burbank) – Burroughs running back Chance Bell has verbally committed to San Diego State, he announced Monday.

The Peterson Principle: 7/18/2016

By Tim Peterson It’s the middle of July. The football fans are getting restless. I get it. But I’m still not sure how a “Chalk Talk” about the “Spot Route” turns into a blog about the pros and cons of Cathedral football. Okay, mostly cons.

Big Man Has Big Night in Big Win for St. Francis

By Rich Whittington (La Canada) – In football, linemen get very little glory. They line up, play after play, across from other lineman, and purposely hurl themselves in to each other in an effort to clear the way for “skill players”, whose names routinely dominate the sporting news.

Burroughs’ Chance Bell in USA Football Developmental Games

By Tim Peterson (Burbank) – Burroughs running back Chance Bell was invited and is now participating in the USA Football Developmental games at Claremont McKenna College.

The TEN: 6/24/2015

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

The Peterson Principle: 9/29/14

By Tim Peterson Cresecenta Valley has always had talented and athletic players. The Falcons run a high powered offense and to do that you need a good quarterback and quick receivers with good hands. For the most part they have had that. But this year there is a difference.