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Draft Day: Tuesday, February 8 2011 The Mid Valley Draft is an exercise where staff/readers adopt NFL teams and then proceed to meet their personnel needs by drafting local players out of the Mid-Valley and Southeast divisions. This is our second annual draft.
(Pomona) – Chase Price, the son of Ricky and Theresa Price and brother of Corey Price, will attend and play football for San Diego State University next year on a full athletic scholarship.
Thoughts and observations from a CIF first round playoff weekend.
(Pomona) – Diamond Ranch running back Chase Price, who left in the third quarter of the Rowland game with an ankle injury Saturday night, should be ready to play in two weeks according to Panther Coach Roddy Layton. He might not miss a game.
(Pomona) – Diamond Ranch turned a tight game into a blow-out with a 21-point outburst in the fourth quarter to defeat Rowland 35-14.
(Pomona) – After waiting 13 years to face each other, the “Battle of the Diamonds” on the field was a lopsided win by Diamond Ranch, 41-0.
Thursday and Friday aren’t enough. Last week I was out on Saturday night too. When I saw that Diamond Ranch, the CIF Southeast Division runner up for the last two years, was at home I had to be there.
(Pomona) – Diamond Ranch led 14-6 entering the fourth quarter. But Elsinore turned it completely around scoring three consecutive touchdowns in the final quarter to beat the Panthers 27-21 Saturday night at Ganesha High.
Last week we brought you what we know and don’t know about the Mid-Valley Division. Now we’ll go with the Southeast. The Southeast is a different animal. There are four leagues instead of six and 28 teams instead of 38.
T-Minus-37 Days until “The Mid Valley Classic” Good Morning!