Tag Archives: Darryl Thomas

The Peterson Principle: 5/27/2017

By Tim Peterson There is still one high school head coaching job open locally. San Gabriel has yet to find a replacement for Joe Ledesma. There have been plenty of names thrown around but nobody has landed as of yet.

The Peterson Principle: 5/23/2016

By Tim Peterson We’re going to miss Joe Scherf at Azusa. The Azusa football team is going to miss Joe Scherf at Azusa.

The Peterson Principle 11/5/12

In the not too distant future all of the coaches will not be gathering together on CIF selection Sunday. It won’t be necessary. It’s really not necessary now. All of the playoff pairings are online already and a lot of gas money would be saved by simply having the coaches log in to check it […]

“The Dude” Signs With the Highlands

(Covina) – Vinny Venegas, Covina’a all purpose star, has signed to play football for New Mexico Highlands, Covina AD Darryl Thomas confirmed Tuesday.

Covina’s Livingston Commits to Cal Lutheran

(Covina) – Covina quaterback Billy Livingston has committed to play his college football at Cal Lutheran. Livingston led the Colts to the Mid-Valley Division Semi Finals last year where they fell to eventual champion Monrovia.   

Brown Picked to Lead Covina

(Covina)- Covina Colts assistant Joseph Brown was named the team’s new head coach today said Athletic Director Darryl Thomas.

Ainsworth Transfers out of Covina

(Covina) – Gevontray Ainsworth transferred out of Covina Tuesday and should make his intentions known soon for his senior year Covina AD Darryl Thomas confirmed. 

The Peterson Principle 1/16/12

It started as soon as the season ended in mid November. Glendale Coach Al Eberhart stepped down and was eventually replaced by long time area assistant John Tuttle.

The TEN 1/13/2012

(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)

It’s Family Time; Thomas Resigns at Covina

(Covina) – Darryl Thomas has stepped down as the Head Coach at Covina High School effective immediately. Thomas, who has been at the helm for 15 years, announced his decision Monday.