Tag Archives: Felipe Aguilar
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 [...]
Temple City Coach Barry Bacon has won 140 games in the last eight years
I haven’t heard anybody bash Temple City Coach Barry Bacon lately. I guess I have to wait a couple of days. We’ve heard the grumblings from other places. Football fans used to have a problem with Monrovia Coach Steve Garrison even though [...]
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
1.) “I don’t know how long I’ve been in the league, but that has to rank as the worst I’ve ever had.” Boston Celtics HC Doc Rivers on the technical NBA Official Ed Molloy gave him in the Miami [...]
Felipe Aguilar going back to Rowland.
Dominic Salmon takes over Arroyo WR/Dbs.
“Long term it hurts us, short term we’re going to be okay,” says Arroyo HC Jim Singiser with the departure of Felipe Aguilar back to Rowland and bringing on of Dominic Salmon.
Aguilar, hired in December to a teaching position, was expected to coach wide receivers [...]
Norwalk HC Jesse Ceniceros likes The Pack 24-14
I decided to conduct a last minute “Game Day” coach’s poll on who would win Super Bowl XLV (45). I got some interesting answers but in the end out of 23 responses it was Green Bay coming out on top 12-10. I know 12 and 10 doesn’t add [...]
Coach Mike McFarland moved from Pasadena to Temple City
“Ch-ch-ch-ch changes (turn and face the strain)” – David Bowie
There are always changes in the off season. Coaches step down, assistants move, players transfer – it happens every year. But as the 2010 season bears down upon us like a blitzing linebacker, it seems there have [...]
Azusa Coach Joe Scherf feels this may be his best team yet
(Covina) – Azusa probably wasn’t the team most people picked to win the SGV Shootout when the 18 team bracket was announced. But after knocking off Mid Valley Division contenders Whittier Christian in the semis and Monrovia in the Finals, The Aztecs were [...]
Where does long time SGer Jude Oliva call home this fall?
Where will Jerry Chou land in 2010?
Does Randy Backus still want to be an assistant?
T-Minus-195 Days until “The Mid Valley Classic”
I said it a few weeks ago…I roll Villanova!
Kentucky really didn’t look like the number two team in the country today…and I didn’t think [...]
Pasadena players take the time to let Muir know "The Tussle" will be tough.
I’m trying, I’m really trying to get into the NBA…The Clippers are 3-4…hooray, hooray, hooray!
Now what is interesting is former Arcadia/Pasadena baller Nigel Ajere is making his debut at Cleveland State tonight.
Best birthday wishes to Mid Valley favorites Tim Hawkins (Arroyo [...]
Arroyo-Rosemead has become a classic struggle in The Mid
Why does Columbus, Ohio get a national holiday? Sounds like a Buckeye conspiracy to me.
Is it a sign of cowardice to not want the Dodgers to play the Angels because I’m fearful of the bandwagoning backlash that would follow an Angel victory?
All the talk would start [...]