Tag Archives: David Ramos

Schurr’s Garcia Headed to Redlands

By Tim Peterson (Montebello)-Manuel Garcia, who played fullback and linebacker for Schurr last year, will continue his football career at the University of Redlands in the fall.

Schurr Linemen Competition: A Few More Shots

Seven schools got together on the new field at Schurr High School Saturday to participate in the Hill  Top Lineman Competition.

Ackerman Out at Bell Gardens

By Tim Peterson (Bell Gardens) – Geoff Ackerman is out as the head coach at Bell Gardens after three years.

Former Spartans Cantu, Arredondo on Staff at Schurr

By Tim Peterson (Montebello) – New head coach David Ramos has set his staff at Schurr and there some interesting names that have been brought aboard.

Former Schurr Coaches Ramirez, Salazar Land at BG

By Tim Peterson (Bell Gardens) – Former Schurr head coach Marco Ramirez and offensive coordinator Victor Salazar have joined the staff at Bell Gardens, Salazar confirmed Monday. Ramirez stepped down earlier this year after four years as the HC at Schurr.

Schurr QB Polanco Transfers to Garfield

By Tim Peterson (Montebello) – Schurr quarterback Adam Polanco has transferred to Garfield multiple sources have confirmed. Polanco threw for 872 yards and nine touchdowns in nine games as a freshman last year.

It’s Official: Ramos Head Coach at Schurr

By Tim Peterson (Montebello) – David Ramos, who was the head coach at Bell Gardens for 13 years, was officially named the HC at Schurr  Monday multiple sources confirmed.

The Peterson Principle: 1/26/15

By Tim Peterson Football is king. There is no doubt about that. But the NFL does have one glaring flaw- The Pro Bowl. It’s terrible. I don’t care, the fans don’t care and it doesn’t look like the players do either.

Ramirez Resigns at Schurr

By Tim Peterson (Montebello) – Marco Ramirez has stepped down as the head coach at Schurr after three seasons.

The Peterson Principle: 4/14/14

I don’t care whether it’s D-1, D-2, D-3, or NAIA, if a high school player is moving on to college to play at the next level, it’s a good thing. Especially if the institution is going to pay for your education.