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By Tim Peterson A new coach wasn’t something Monrovia planned on in 2016. Chris Stevens was just coming off of his second year as head coach and had some success. It usually takes about 3-4 years before a coach puts his stamp on the program so Stevens wasn’t going anywhere. And then suddenly he was…
“There’s a darkness upon me that’s flooded in light In the fine print they tell me what’s wrong and what’s right And it comes in black and it comes in white And I’m frightened by those that don’t see it” —Avett Brothers Kick it!
By Andy Villanueva All games begin at 7 :00 pm unless otherwise indicated
The last Charter Oak was in the MVS coverage zone they…
Thirty teams, five leagues, the Central is pretty normal in size. It probably should be paired with with the Southeast to create a super conference because with the exception of one league (Rio Hondo) they are so much alike.
The western prairie of the United States is not as vast as the newly configured Northwest Division, where it is quicker to travel to the moon and back then to go from Morro Bay to Twentynine Palms.
Deshawn Potts graduated, and Miles Bryant transferred to St. Francis. Ryan Maddox retired as did a majority of the coaching staff. With Kurt Scoby also graduating in June Monrovia suddenly had several issues to address.
(Monrovia) – Monrovia was joined by Covina and Bell Gardens Tuesday to sling the ball around. I thought they only had call centers in Brea but they have a football team too and they showed up as well. Brea actually didn’t look bad but I got a Benjamin that says they got caught in traffic on the 57 on the way […]
(Monrovia) – Monrovia lost running back Kurt Scoby to graduation, the projected starter at quarterback transferred to St. Francis and the Wildcats were moved to the Central Divsion where they will have to contend with the likes of teams in the Mt. Baldy, Palomares and Hacienda Leagues. But for new Monrovia head coach Chris Stevens it’s a great opportunity.
(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in the TEN)