Tag Archives: Gabrielino Football
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.
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.
MVL Non-League Schedules
MVL Non-League Schedules: Season kicks off August 17
The TEN: 6/21/2017
“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)
Early Look at the MVL
By Tim Peterson We know, it’s only June but football is a 12 month sport now anyway. What better time to take a quick look at the Mission Valley League than in the middle of June?
Eagles’ Satoh Signs With Cal Lu
By Tim Peterson (San Gabriel) -Gabrielino WR/ATH Rikiya Satoh has committed to Cal Lutheran University his father Tomoya Satoh confirmed Wednesday.
The Peterson Principle: 4/6/2015
By Tim Peterson I’m still waiting for word out of Norwalk. There has been no announcement on who will replace Jesse Ceniceros who stepped down to take the head coaching job at Chino.
The Peterson Principle: 9/8/14
I keep hearing about Pomona. I mention that San Dimas is the team to beat in the Mid-Valley Division after last week’s loss to Monrovia and I keep hearing about Pomona. I see San Dimas beat a more physical Los Altos team Friday night by converting a two point conversion late in the fourth and […]
The TEN: 9/4/2014
(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
The Peterson Principle: 9/1/14
Looking at the Pacific right now everybody turns into a Burbank fan. A win over Ayala on the road is huge and with guys like Ryan Meredith and James “Boobie” Williams on the roster and the Bulldogs seem to be the team to beat.