Tag Archives: El Monte Football

One Year Ago: 2019 Mid Valley Player of the Year: Davon Booth – El Monte

Usually at this time we name our MVS Player of the Year. Since that wasn’t possible we posted last year’s POY for our “One Year Ago” series. It wasn’t a hard decision last season as Davon Booth won in a landslide for our 2019 Player of the Year. Like our selection for Coach of the […]

One Year Ago: Lions Finish Perfect Season, Capture State Title 32-7

“Our One Year Ago” series moves to the final game of the season. Rich Whittington traveled up North to cover his alma mater, El Monte, capture the 5-AA State Championship. The Lions put a bow on a perfect season with a rout of Del Norte in Crescent City on Saturday night December 14, 2019. By […]

One Year Ago: El Monte Flattens Orange Vista

In Week 3 last year El Monte rolled to its fourth straight win on the way to a CIF and eventually a State Championship. Orange Vista was supposed to give the Lions a challenge but not on this night as Davon Booth and company ran roughshod on September 13, 2019.

El Monte Football Schedule

The defending CIF Champion El Monte Lions open their season against Glenn. Here’s how it will play out.

Ceniceros’ Top Five

El Monte HC Jesse Ceniceros gives his top five players from his time at Norwalk, Bloomington and his current spot at El Monte.

Sanchez’ Top Five

Former longtime El Monte head coach Joel Sanchez gives his top five players that he’s ever coach and coached against. All players are El Monte players.

Why Not The View? Part 5 – Final

By George Hernandez So for some of you that are complaining but are still going to read this I’m finally done with writing about Mountain View football. But first, I’m going to give you my thoughts.

Why Not The View? Part 4

By Victor Romero (Former Mountain View Head Football Coach) A friend of mine who is an English teacher once told me, “If I ever was alone in a room with President Obama, I would be completely comfortable having a conversation with him.” I laughed because I knew exactly what he meant.

Top Returners: 2020 Football Season

By George Hernandez Here are some of the top returning players in the area for the upcoming 2020 football season.

Why Not The View?

By George Hernandez [El Monte] – Mountain View named their new head coach, Paul Rodriguez former Viking defensive coordinator, this week. Could he be the guy to take the View to playoffs or have a winning record? Either one would be the first in 23 seasons.