Tag Archives: California Football
By Tim Peterson La Serna has owned the Del Rio for what seems like the last decade. The Lancers are looking to repeat again. El Rancho looks like a team on the rise and Santa Fe should be back in the mix as well. Cal needs a big bounce back season and the question for […]
By Tim Peterson (Whittier) – At Exactly 10:00 p.m., with 4:57 left in the fourth quarter, the lights went out on the 605 game Friday night. 15 minutes later, they came back on and the East maintained its lead and went on to a 31-26 win over the West at Pioneer High School.
By Tim Peterson (Whittier) – It took awhile to get rolling but when California did it had more than enough in a 28-0 shutout of Gahr Saturday night at Dick Torres Stadium.
(Whittier) – Cal was out Saturday in helmet and pads in temperatures that reached triple digits. The Condors finished 6-5 last year (3-2 in the Del Rio) and fell in the first round of the playoffs to Downey.
Robert Leos: California, LB/RB, Sr., 5-10, 180. 2014 stats: Rush- 31-250 yards, 2 TD. Def- 15 tackles 10 assisted, 25 total.
(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)
By Tim Peterson (Pico Rivera) – El Rancho HC Vinnie Lopez has been named 2014 National Football Foundation Coach of the Year. The Dons won the Del Rio League last year with a perfect 5-0 record and went 8-3 overall.
By Tim Peterson Who has a better offense? San Marino or Crescenta Valley? Carson Glazier vs. Brian Gadsby. Break out the calculators and the last quarterback standing wins. Glazier has thrown 35 touchdown passes while piling up 2953 yards. He threw two last week in the win over Harvard-Westlake and seven the week before against […]
By Tim Peterson Jordan Lobianco had a big game for Crescenta Valley Friday night. He caught an 82-yard touchdown pass, and returned an interception 10 yards for a touchdown. He was good enough to have his highlights shown on “The Challenge” with Fred Roggin and Petros Papadakis Sunday night on NBC.
Monrovia didn’t lose the game Friday night. St. Francis won it. The Golden Knights took it. When big plays needed to be made, it was St. Francis that made them. The Golden Knights were bigger, deeper, stronger and ultimately better.