Tag Archives: Del Rio League
By Tim Peterson La Serna has owned the Del Rio for what seems like the last decade. The Lancers are looking to repeat again. El Rancho looks like a team on the rise and Santa Fe should be back in the mix as well. Cal needs a big bounce back season and the question for […]
By Tim Peterson It looks like Northview has bigger fish to fry. Last year the Vikings won the Valle Vista League and advanced to the second round of the playoffs before falling to Pomona.
By Tim Peterson (Pico Rivera) – El Rancho HC Vinnie Lopez has been named 2014 National Football Foundation Coach of the Year. The Dons won the Del Rio League last year with a perfect 5-0 record and went 8-3 overall.
By Tim Peterson Ready for the Super Conference? There is currently a proposal on the table to create a Super Conference between the Del Rio and Suburban Leagues. According to an area coach it’s going to happen in 2016.
(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)
Have you seen the numbers of the last three quarterbacks at El Rancho? Well if not here you go. 2014- Andrew Perea: 3103 total yards, 34 touchdowns; 2013 – Ryan Araujo: 2558 total yards, 17 TD; 2012- Joey Sanchez: 3184 total yards, 39 TD.
Last year California finished 4-6 overall and 2-3 in the Del Rio. That’s not a typical season for Cal who is traditionally in the playoffs and in the hunt for the Del Rio League title year in and year out.
(Pico Rivera) – El Rancho celebrated the signing of five football players Thursday to play at the next level. Running Back Ryan Araujo, receiver Javier Carrillo, linebacker David Ramos and linebacker Jesus Verduzco all signed with New Mexico Highlands while defensive lineman Adrien Perez inked with Whittier College
“You said you’d never compromise…With the mystery tramp, but know you realize He’s not selling any alibis…As you stare into the vacuum of his eyes… And say do you want to make a deal?”—Bob Dylan Kick it!
“I’ve never blown a whistle, looked at a film, worked at a blackboard or organized a practice in my life.”—Al McGuire Kick it! Wouldn’t the Del Rio be a better fit in the Mid-Valley Division these days?