Tag Archives: Crescenta Valley football

Falcons Own the Pacific

By Tim Peterson (Arcadia) – Crescenta Valley racked up over 400 yards of total offense and went on to beat Arcadia 49-28 Friday night to secure the Pacific League championship. 

Crescenta Valley Gains Pacific Control, 35-21

By Alex Gonzalez (Burbank) – Cole Doyle passed for 200 yards and threw a touchdown pass and Brandon Beardt scored two rushing touchdowns including the go-ahead score as Crescenta Valley beat Burbank 35-21 Friday night at Memorial Stadium.

Game Night: Week Nine

 All kickoffs are at 7:00 p.m. unless otherwise indicated

The Peterson Principle: 10/11/2016

By Tim Peterson Before Game 4 of the NLDS between the Dodgers and the Nationals I heard three different interviews of Dodger players and coaches on the radio.

The Peterson Principle: 7/18/2016

By Tim Peterson It’s the middle of July. The football fans are getting restless. I get it. But I’m still not sure how a “Chalk Talk” about the “Spot Route” turns into a blog about the pros and cons of Cathedral football. Okay, mostly cons.

The Peterson Principle: 11/30/2015

By Tim Peterson “That’s all we do is fight. That’s all we know how to do. The La Serna Lancers are always here. We’re not going anywhere! But I tell you where we are going…to the CIF Finals!” – La Serna HC Andy George to his team after Friday night’s semi final win over St. […]

Doyle Delivers For Falcons

By Tim Peterson (Glendale) – Freshman Cole Doyle fired a 52-yard touchdown pass to Will Rees with 2:40 left in the game to give Crescenta Valley a 28-27 win over Arcadia Thursday night at Moyse Field.

Southeast Division Top Ten: 9/7/2015

Cathedral showed why its number one while St. Francis took care of business against Westco. Crescenta Valley is off and running and La Serna getting it’s second straight W minus Margarito is impressive.

Monrovia – Crescenta Valley Scrimmage

(Monrovia) – Monrovia and CV got together Friday afternoon at Monrovia to exchange pleasantries.

Southeast Division Most Valuable Player 2014: Crescenta Valley’s Jordan Lobianco

I was searching through the Crescenta Valley numbers for 2014 recently and was trying to find something that Jordan Loboianco didn’t do. He had 29 receptions for 530 yards and eight touchdowns, averaging over 18 yards per catch.