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Fanview: October 6, 2016
Written by jtorosian on October 6, 2016 — Leave a Comment
By Joe Torosian “And, as his strength failed him at length, he wondered upon a sportswriters shadow… “Shadow,” said he, “where it can be this land called Montebello?”—Jack McTaggart Kick it! Right off the Top: Road team…Top of the ninth…three-run homer…It was like living through Jack Clark all over again.
Posted in Fanview | Also tagged Albert Venegas, Arroyo, Barbara Walters, Brian Betts, Burbank Bulldogs, Burroughs Indians, Caan, California League Buster Olney, Charter Oak Chargers, Chicago Cubs, CO, Coach John Kentera, Conor Gillespie, Crescenta Valley, Edgar Relayo, El Monte, Frank Gallardo, Gillaspied, Glendale Nitros, High School football novel, Houston Astros, Isaac Cabral, J.D. Hill, James Harris, James Klintworth, Jeff Disney, Jeff Stubner, Jessica Mendoza, Jim Mustain, Joe Ferguson, Joe T., Joe Torosian, La Salle Lancers, Lancaster Jet Hawks, Los Angeles Dodgers, Los Angeles Rams, Madison Bumgarner, Marc Paramo, Matt Drama, Mid Valley Sports, Mike Burke, Mike Maggiore, Minnesota Vikings, Montebello Oilers, MVS, Nathaniel Marshall, New York Mets, Ramiro Rodriguez, Rio Hondo River, Rob Scribner, Ron Jaworski, Roy Firestone, Sam Bradford, San Francisco Giants, Schurr Spartans, Singiser, St. Francis Golden Knights, Steven Salgado, Tangent Dreams, Temple City Rams, The Dark Side, Washington Nationals, WC, West Covina Bulldogs, Westco, Whittier Cardinals
Second Half Offense Keys Falcons Win
Written by avillanueva on September 4, 2014 — Leave a Comment
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.
Posted in High School Football | Also tagged Brian Gadsby, Carter Otte, Chase Walker, Connor Van ginkel, Gage Van Kempen, Jonathan Jun, Jordan Lobainco, Paul Schilling, Ruben Velasco, Travis Westhoff, Tyler Hill, Tyler Reed, Verdugo Hills Dons
Cookson Key in Win Over Rams
Written by mvs on March 12, 2011 — Leave a Comment
By Josh Lowden (Duarte) – It is very rare that you come across a player so talented that you hold your breath every time they perform. It is even rarer for that player to be a freshman. Crescenta Valley has that player: Hannah Cookson.