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The western prairie of the United States is not as vast as the newly configured Northwest Division, where it is quicker to travel to the moon and back then to go from Morro Bay to Twentynine Palms.
Monrovia Wins Nail-Biting Semifinal By Juan Carlos Salas (Monrovia) – The Wildcats rallied from two ten-point deficits to edge Whittier Christian 35-32 Saturday night and seal their trip to the Mid-Valley Division CIF Finals.
By Cliff Stoudt (Monrovia) – Nick Bueno threw three touchdowns and ran for another to lead Monrovia to a 42-3 rout of Gladstone in the first round of the CIF Mid-Valley Division playoffs.
(Monrovia) – Nick Bueno threw three touchdown passs and ran for another as Monrovia blasted San Marino 56-0 Friday night in Rio Hondo League action.
By Matt Schuler (Covina)- On a weird weather day where rain and lighting scattered inconsistently throughout the night, this game was just as unpredictable.
(Citrus College) – Monrovia commited four turnovers and Glendora took full advantage in a 21-7 win Friday night at Citrus College. The Wildcats fumbled three times and threw an interception in the contest.
As if we were going to abandon our Old School roots? Please. These were the original twelve teams we covered at The Mid…they will always be the original twelve and there will never be an expansion into the Old School. Even though we have expanded our coverage base, the Old School is locked in history […]
T-Minus-134 Days until “The Mid Valley Classic” Good Evening!
Good Afternoon! T-Minus-206 Days until “The Mid Valley Classic”
(Refresher on the Old School): Arroyo, Rosemead, El Monte, South El Monte, Mt. View, Gabrielino, Temple City, Monrovia, Alhambra, San Gabriel, Duarte & Arcadia)