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Former Schurr Coaches Ramirez, Salazar Land at BG

By Tim Peterson (Bell Gardens) – Former Schurr head coach Marco Ramirez and offensive coordinator Victor Salazar have joined the staff at Bell Gardens, Salazar confirmed Monday. Ramirez stepped down earlier this year after four years as the HC at Schurr.

The TEN: 9/11/2012

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

“The Mid Valley Classic”: History of the Game: Arroyo vs. Temple City

—First of Three Parts: History of the Game (Tues.), By the Numbers (Weds.), and Stars & Plays (Thurs.)— (What is now called the “Mid Valley Classic” started way back when these schools were young, 1956, and very slowly turned into one of the best opening night features around. What follows is a recap of every […]

Knights Gear up for Classic

(El Monte) – It was the typical Wednesday night practice for Arroyo as they got ready for the Mid Valley Classic with Temple City. But it is anything but a typical year.

Fanview Lite: July 29, 2010

T-Minus-41 Days until “The Mid Valley Classic” Good Morning!

All Old School Mid Valley Team

(Refresher on the Old School): Arroyo, Rosemead, El Monte, South El Monte, Mt. View, Gabrielino, Temple City, Monrovia, Alhambra, San Gabriel, Duarte & Arcadia)

2009 All Mid-Valley Division Football Team

Staff- We don’t choose a second team, third team or honorable mention. There is one team and one team only. So if you’re on it, you’re special. Because of that somebody will get left out. Some of our decisions were extremely difficult but after putting our heads together, contacting coaches and compiling stats and stories […]

Fanview Lite: December 17, 2009

“I believe God made me for a purpose, but he also made me fast. And when I run I feel His pleasure.” — Eric Liddell

Fanview Lite: September 30, 2009

Good Morning!

Knights Chewed up by Wolfpack

By Matt Schuler  (El Monte)- It took a quarter and a half, but the Claremont Wolfpack made prey of Arroyo High School then sank their teeth into the Knights, coming away with a 42-21 road win at Arroyo High school under the Friday night lights.