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“Now the man in the back Is ready to crack as he raises his hands to the sky And the girl in the corner is everyone’s mourner She could kill you with a wink of her eye…”—Sweet Kick it! Chuck Piper, Bill Davis, Bob Hitchcock, Don Swanson, Jim Walker, Gabe Soumakian, Mike DiFiori, Mike Mooney, […]
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
By Saile Ramirez Now more than ever it seems that local high school football is the top priority. With the vacancy of NFL OTAs and mini-camps prep football is starting to get bigger and bigger audiences. Once only attended by parents and coaches, driving their athletes, passing league competitions were rarely discussed or even an […]
(South Pasadena) – When it comes to “do or die” situations for Temple City’s football program, the last place it ever wants to be after tonight is Ray Solari Stadium at South Pasadena. For the second consecutive season the Rams were in a position to get into the playoffs only to come up short, this […]
This isn’t based on how tall or short. It is not based on who has the best outlook in regards to playing college ball. What it is about is who is playing the best ball at the moment, who has the best numbers, who is leading, who is providing a spark…and yeah…Whose team is playing […]
(Glendale) – South Pasadena avenged last year’s loss to Hoover with a 31-25 win at Moyse Field. The Tigers avoided an upset with 7:48 remaining in the third quarter as Patrick Martin scored from 8-yards out to make the score 24-19. Martin would finish with three touchdowns on the night.
(El Monte) – I got a look at South Pasadena Tuesday at a four way toss at Arroyo along with Arcadia and Los Altos. Don’t worry, I’m not going to go all street rat crazy on you and proclaim the Tigers will win the Rio Hondo and make a deep playoff run.
T-Minus-68 Days until “The Mid Valley Classic” Good Morning!
(Monrovia) – Monrovia’s Aaron Murphee was the man. He was the man in the first inning when he retired three of four South Pasadena batters but more importantly he was the man in the seventh when he stuck out the side in a 2-0 shut out of the Tigers Friday in the Rio Hondo League […]
(Glendale)- Glendale held off a late charge by South Pasadena in the second half and scored on their first possession in overtime to take a surprising 28-21 victory.