Tag Archives: Dillon Corona
The Peterson Principle 8/20/12
Ready or not it’s here. For the first time in recent memory the football season kicks off on August 23. Have all the coaching vacancies even been filled yet? Have all the transfers been approved? Have all the transfers been completed?
The TEN: 8/15/2012
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
Jumping Jollevet! Saints Advance
(Azusa) – Domonic Jollevet rushed for 210 yards and two touchdowns to lead San Dimas to a 31-21 win over San Marino Thursday night in the first round of the CIF Mid-Valley Division playoffs at Citrus College.
San Dimas Domination, 34-6
(Covina) – Jake Payton ran for three touchdowns and Devante Brown had over 100 yards rushing to lead San Dimas to a 34-6 rout of Northview Thursday night at Covina District Field.
San Dimas & Payton Power by BP
By Matt Schuler (Baldwin Park)-Jake Payton rushed for 196 yards and four scores, Dominic Jollevet added 99 yards and two touchdowns, and Dillon Corona returned a punt 65 yards to the house in San Dimas’ 48-14 romp over Valle Vista foe Baldwin Park Friday night.
The Peterson Principle 10/10/11
Bad Karma, Good Karma I’m thinking I bring Arroyo bad karma. Last year I covered the Knights in the third game of the season against Montebello. Steven Rivera went down to injury and Eddie Federico was pressed into action.
All Saints at Citrus
(Citrus College) – San Dimas rushed for 331 yards and four touchdowns on the ground in a 42-6 rout of Nogales Thursday night in Valle Vista League play.
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.
Payton Key in Win for Saints
(Azusa) – San Dimas’s super sophomore Jake Payton ended the first half with a scintillating 66-yard run for touchdown, than began the second half with a 86-yard kickoff return to help lead the Saints to a 41-16 non-league victory over Azusa.
Bonita Sinks San Dimas in Smudgepot
(Citrus College) – Bonita scored 14 points in the first five minutes of the third quarter to break open a close game and went on to beat San Dimas 40-20 Thursday night in the 40th annual Smudgepot.