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By Joe Torosian “Sometimes I’ll start a sentence, and I don’t know even where it’s going. I just hope I find it along the way.”—Michael Scott Kick it! Right off the Top: I’d like to thank everyone for fighting with Tim Peterson on the comments thread of my Saturday column…Since The Peterson Principle routinely kicks […]
It isn’t very often that I come away very impressed after a game. Maybe once in a while I might find myself thinking well that was nice but let’s see.
The other night on the Mid Valley Sports Show, we were talking about our final four picks for the Southeast Division. Yeah, it’s a little early but you know, the season starts in a couple of weeks and that’s what we do in August.
I like covering the high school football all-star games. It’s a chance to see the seniors suit up one last time and maybe for some, the last time. It’s football after all so if there’s game I’m covering it.
(Cerritos) – The West defense kept the East out of the endzone and shut them out completely in the second half and went on to win the 605 All-Star Game 12-3 Friday night at Cerritos College. The West All-Stars didn’t score themselves through the first three quarters but rallied for 12 in the final frame to secure the win.
(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in the TEN)
Every year for the last four years on the week of the Super Bowl I’ve conducted a poll of area football coaches on who would win the game. And every year I’ve received the same response from Roddy Layton.
“Walk on your tip toes…Don’t try, ‘No Doz’ Better stay away from those…That carry around a fire hose Keep a clean nose…Watch the plain clothes You don’t need a weather man…To know which way the wind blows.”—Bob Dylan Kick it! Oh, I’ve alway been a UConn fan!
Although the Southeast isn’t necessarily known as a division that throws the ball this is still a fairly deep lot. Guys like Frankie Palmer and Jorge Reyna are among the best QBs in the area. Sometimes a quarterback is a winner by leading his team and effectively managing a game (think West Covina’s George Johnson.) […]
Last year there were so many weapons. There were guys like Chris Solomon, Jimmy Frazier, Justin Meadors, Chris Caballero, Gus Vilchis, Lonzell Barnett and Dorrin Turner. All those guys are gone and then there were injuries.