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By Joseph Rodriguez (Pomona)- If this game sets the tone for playoff action this playoff season we are in store for a great road to the championship as the Pomona pulled out a dramatic 40-33 win over Brentwood Friday night in the first round of the Mid-Valley Division playoffs.
“He lasted about as long as the dessert tray at Rosie O’Donnell’s house.”—Dennis Miller Kick it! Right off the Top: SCOTUS is not a body part. It stands for Supreme Court of the United States. Therefore you can’t tear a SCOTUS. You can’t get kicked in the SCOTUS. You can’t pull a SCOTUS.
By Tim Peterson Wow, didn’t think a blurb about a Mission Valley League running back transferring out would create that much of a stir. As of last Sunday the story on South El Monte’s Marcos Lopez leaving South El Monte has received 135 comments and counting…
(…Because it is never too early.) Graduation has hit this division hard, but the number one quarterback does return and has now added “champion” to his growing resume. Some new names on this list to keep an eye on that could develop into something special in 2015.
637 points, 90 touchdowns, and close to 400 yards per game. The Pomona offensive numbers in 2014 stand out like a neon sign. The Red Devils scored over 50 points in seven different games this season including over 70 on two occasions.
I keep hearing about Pomona. I mention that San Dimas is the team to beat in the Mid-Valley Division after last week’s loss to Monrovia and I keep hearing about Pomona. I see San Dimas beat a more physical Los Altos team Friday night by converting a two point conversion late in the fourth and […]
(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in the TEN)