Tag Archives: Chris MacMillan
By Tim Peterson El Monte feels like it just hit the lottery. The Lions go from having nothing with no light at the end of the tunnel to suddenly landing one of the better coaches in the valley.
By Joe Torosian “When all else fails there’s always delusion.”—Conan O’Brien Kick it! Right off the Top: I guess I wrote a column last week calling for the end of Temple City football…I can’t find it on my computer but if you run across it can you forward it to me? Thanks.
By Joe Torosian “Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly and applying the wrong remedies.”—Groucho Marx Kick it!
By Tim Peterson I’ll admit it was hard to be a non biased reporter last Saturday night. Being an Arroyo alum I almost threw my clipboard in the air and my arms to the sky when Ernesto “Macho” Camacho hit Devin Knight with the game winner in overtime for the CIF Championship. But I refrained.
By Tim Peterson (El Monte) – Ernesto “Macho” Camacho hit Devin Knight in the corner of the end zone for a two point conversion in overtime to give Arroyo a dramatic 35-34 win over Rancho Mirage Saturday night at B.L. Bergstrom to win the CIF Division 12 championship.
South El Monte and El Rancho paid a visit to Arroyo Saturday to throw the ball around.
By Tim Peterson (El Monte) – Arroyo’s Jim Singiser is entering his 13th year as the head coach of the Knights. And while his face will be familiar as he patrols the sidelines on Friday nights there will be several other new faces on the Knights coaching staff.
By Tim Peterson (El Monte) – “It’s never too early for football”, said Arroyo OC Chris MacMillan Saturday as he ran his team through some offensive sets.
These Mission Valley League quarterbacks aren’t in any ranking order or listed by ability or talent. It is an interesting group however. Some are returning and some aren’t. Some have received a lot of ink already this summer while others haven’t caused a blip. Here we go:
“Occasionally, I’ll hit somebody with my car. So sue me.”—Michael Scott Kick it! Oh, I’ve always been a Rodrigo Sanchez fan!