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By Joe Torosian “In came Miss Progress, in her black dress, look at the mess, she is a killer.” —The Avett Brothers Kick it!
The Peterson Principle: 11/16/14
By Tim Peterson Who has a better offense? San Marino or Crescenta Valley? Carson Glazier vs. Brian Gadsby. Break out the calculators and the last quarterback standing wins. Glazier has thrown 35 touchdown passes while piling up 2953 yards. He threw two last week in the win over Harvard-Westlake and seven the week before against […]
The TEN: 11/13/2014
(The TEN is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in (The TEN)
The Peterson Principle: 10/27/14
By Tim Peterson Jordan Lobianco had a big game for Crescenta Valley Friday night. He caught an 82-yard touchdown pass, and returned an interception 10 yards for a touchdown. He was good enough to have his highlights shown on “The Challenge” with Fred Roggin and Petros Papadakis Sunday night on NBC.
Top Ten: Southeast Division (10/26/2014)
By Tim Peterson CV proved its the best team in the Pacific with a big win over Muir. The Falcons look like a solid Final Four team. La Mirada, St. Francis and Cathedral just keep rolling along. Norwalk held off Bellflower and looks forward to November 7 date with La Mirada. Dominguez continues to light […]
Falcons Soar Past Mustangs; Perfect in Pacific
By Tim Peterson (Pasadena) – Crescenta Valley wide receiver Connor Van Ginkel hauled in a 39-yard touchdown pass from Bryan Gadsby to put CV up 24-20 in the third quarter and the Falcons went on to beat Muir 38-26 Friday night on the Mustangs home field.
The TEN: 10/22/2014
(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)
The Peterson Principle: 10/20/14
By Tim Peterson Didn’t you just know Muir would pick it up in the Pacific? When the Mustangs were 0-3 there was the talk that they had lost it, that they weren’t the same team, that they were now a bottom tier team in league. So much for that huh?
Second Half Offense Keys Falcons Win
By Andy Villanueva (Glendale) – Crescenta Valley’s offense didn’t begin to click into the beginning of the third quarter, but when it did they buried Verdugo Hills 55-14.