Tag Archives: De’Shawn Ramirez
The Peterson Principle 6/25/12
Do they play the high school baseball All-Star game in October? Or the basketball All-Star game in August? What would happen if they did? I’ll tell you what would happen. It wouldn’t work.
East Outlasts West 46-34
(West Covina) – There were 80 points scored combined by both teams inluding 34 in the fourth quarter alone. There was abundance of big plays for touchdowns that included kick off returns of 109 and 85 yards and passes for 80, 60 and 59 yards. There were five interceptions and a couple of lost fumbles and there were several scuffles including a near […]
Wildcats’ Title is Biased, 53-14
(Monrovia) – Monrovia rode the wave of a 39-0 run in the second half and the legs of Marquis Bias to a 53-14 rout of San Gabriel Saturday night to win the CIF Mid-Valley Division Title for the second straight year before a packed house at Monrovia High.
Game Night: Mid-Valley Division Final
San Gabriel (9-4) at Monrovia (10-3) Saturday December 10
Monrovia Starts Off League With A Bang
By Matt Schuler (La Canada)- The Monrovia Wildcats football team was so eager to begin league play against La Canada that they schedueled the opener for a Thursday.
Saints Run by McCarthy-less M-town
By Josh Ouellette (Monrovia)- The Ellis McCarthy-less Monrovia Wildcats dropped the ball against the San Dimas Saints Friday night, losing at home 31-14.
Game Night Southeast Division: Week Two
Thursday, September 15th Burroughs (0-2) vs Hart (1-1) (Valencia HS)
The Peterson Principle 9/12/11
You would of have thought we were in Orange County or the Inland Empire or at one of the city schools last Thursday night. But no, we were right here in the San Gabriel Valley standing on the sidelines in Monrovia watching the Wildcats take on Glendora.
Mid-Valley Division Top 20
No changes in the top four as they all came away with victories. San Dimas took out its frustrations on Azusa while Alhambra is making people take notice. Is La Puente the best team in the Montview? Teams to watch: Pomona, Montebello, San Marino.
Wildcats Warm up in Second Half
(Monrovia) – Monrovia ran off 29 straight points after falling behind in the first half and went on to beat Glendora 29-16 Thursday night in its season opener. The Tartans, who lost last week to Charter Oak, dropped to 0-2.