Tag Archives: Donald Bernard
Former USC Linebacker Chris Claiborne lands at La Mirada
The San Gabriel coaching situation has been settled. It went to a name that a lot of people aren’t familiar with. J.D. Thompson, whose roots aren’t embedded in the San Gabriel Valley, has taken the job as head coach.
Thompson attended Corona Centennial where he played wide receiver [...]
After all is said and done at the View…it’s Victor Ambruso. It wasn’t the slam dunk like we thought it would be but after several interviews with candidates, declines and even a reposting of the position On the CIF website, it came full circle and Ambruso landed the gig.
Considering he is on campus, [...]
San Gabriel's Los Tres Amigos; SG HC Jude Oliva, Dakota Wesleyan OC Zeke Pado, SG DC Donald Bernard
(San Gabriel) — Over thirty players from different schools and colleges came to San Gabriel High School last Saturday to participate in the ongoing Legends of Character workouts.
Conceived and started a few years ago by San Gabriel alums [...]
DC's must get paid really well to afford weekends at Candlestick.
The best consolation about Matt Koffler resigning as Rosemead HC this past week is defensive coordinator Marc Paramo will most likely to end up with the job.
…or at least he should.
It must be nice to be Donald Bernard.
Got a tip this morning that Pants [...]
“Time passes. Listen. Time passes.” — Dylan Thomas
Milk this… because you’ll never see 2011 again. How do I know this? I’m still waiting for 1981 to come back.
I guess that Y2K thing never materialized.
Now that I think of it, 1979 is still AWOL as well…
New Year’s Eve is overrated…So instead of saying [...]
"Oh, I've always been a Dodger fan."
Who said “Coach of the Year” has to be a head coach? Couldn’t the “Coach of the Year” be an assistant?
For example how about Monrovia DC Craig Schuster? How about San Gabriel DC Donald Bernard? It was Bernard’s defense that shutout a high octane Maranatha team and stopped [...]
Tim Peterson – this guy was not included in the "Best Sportswriter" poll
It was going to be 42-38 or 38-35. There was going to be more points scored than programs sold. The stat guys weren’t going to need a pen and paper but instead a calculator and a quick index finger. The scoreboard operator was [...]
Roosevelt Coach Javier Cid likes what he has coming back
It’s April and the biggest high school track meet in the nation took place in Arcadia. The Dodgers are still trying to solve their security issues while the Lakers, losers of five straight, are trying to solve their issues on the court.
In hockey the Kings [...]
Going to church has blessed me with a lot of things in life…Large and small…you may have an idea of the large but can I give you a little insight into the small?
By the simple fact of being in church, eating lunch with my family, and then taking upon arriving home, I avoided [...]
Either gremlins or ghosts in the machine ate up last night’s interview with the departing Donald Bernard. So we captured a few minutes with him, one more time, before he leaves for the Big Easy.