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One Year Ago: Pioneer Names Randall Head Coach

Our “One Year Ago” series continues as Steve Randall, who was previously the head football coach at Colony, was named the head coach at Pioneer on February 12, 2020. Pioneer had become a coveted position as several coaches were in the mix until Randall was named. Randall, like every other high school football coach in […]

One Year Ago: Zavala Lands at Colony

Brian Zavala was supposed to begin his first year as the head football coach at Colony for the 2020 season as he was hired “One Year Ago” on January 27, 2020. But due to COVID-19 he has yet to coach a single game. Zavala is hoping, along with the rest of us, to get high […]

Palomares Non-League Schedules

Palomares Non-League Schedules: Season kicks off August 17th 

Zavala Named DC/Assistant Head Coach at Rancho Cucamonga

By Tim Peterson (Rancho Cucamonga) – Brian Zavala, long time area coach, has been named Defensive Coordinator and Assistant Head Coach at Rancho Cucamonga. 

Pair of Titans Commit

By MVS Staff (Ontario) – Colony had two of their leaders commit Wednesday afternoon as wide receiver Michael Ezeike picked UCLA and defensive lineman Matt Lawson chose Fresno State.

Mid Valley Spotlight: Colony’s Michael Ezeike

Michael Ezeike, Senior, Colony: WR/FS 6′ 4″ 225 

Northview Wins SGV Shootout

(El Monte) – Northview, led by quarterback Steven Comstock, beat Diamond Ranch in the Final to win the SGV Shootout at Arroyo Saturday.

Zavala Leaves Montebello for Colony

By Tim Peterson (Montebello) – Montebello defensive coordinator Brian Zavala has left the Oilers to become the DC at Colony Montebello assistant Pete Gonzalez Jr. confirmed Thursday.

The Peterson Principle: 9/5/2016

By Tim Peterson Now we really didn’t think USC would beat Alabama, did we? If USC fans took a step back and looked at it realistically it was just too much to ask.

Central Division Head Coach of the Year 2014: Los Altos’ Dale Ziola

Los Altos was dead in the water. They were cooked, finished. After a 21-0 loss to West Covina on October 24, the Conquerors were 3-5 overall and 1-2 in the Hacienda League. Everybody wrote them off. CIF Finals? At this point all Los Altos and head coach Dale Ziola wanted was one win.