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By Tim Peterson Attention coaches, namely assistant coaches: You aren’t going to win a CIF championship by winning a lineman competition or a passing league. It’s good work for your players and gives them a chance to compete before the real season starts in September. That’s it. So lay off the people that are running […]
(El Monte) – Five teams gathered late Thursday afternoon at Arroyo to fire the ball around. Azusa, Gladstone, Schurr and Northview all joined the the host Knights to get in some June work.
By: George Hernandez [East LA] Schurr alum Aaron Cantu led East LA College to a 45-13 win over visiting Compton College Saturday night.
(East Los Angeles) – Aaron Cantu, Albert “Rhino” Perez and Carlos Arredondo, once teammates at Schurr have now been reunited at East Los Angeles College.
When you first walk into the stadium at Cerritos College you might think you’re on a Division 1 college campus. There’s a new turf field, state of the art track and plenty of seating on both sides. If the CIF ever needs another site to hold a Final they should give Cerritos a call.
(East Los Angeles) – Abraham Gonzalez, who rushed for over 1100 yards last year for Schurr, has confirmed that he will be playing football for East Los Angeles College in the fall.
(East Los Angeles) – The Aaron Cantu – Carlos Arredondo connection, that flourished at Schurr in 2009, will be on display once again at East Los Angeles College in 2011.
We’re taking our slings and arrows after releasing our all Mid Valley Teams for the Southeast and Mid-Valley Divisions. It’s one team and one team only and because of that we knew we were going to take some shots.
I heard all the rumblings coming out of Mt. View. The Vikings had won two games already- two more than they won all of last year. Coach James Wilson had instilled a new offense – the double wing t – which was producing big numbers. And most of all I was hearing about Jossymar Ulloa.
Thursday night games are always nice- it’s kind of like an appetizer before the main course. You know there is a full slate of games waiting for you on Friday and when a good game pops up on Thursday it’s just gravy.