Tag Archives: Gladstone Football

The TEN: 8/31/2016

(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in The TEN”)

The Peterson Principle: 7/11/2016

By Tim Peterson It’s only passing league. A win in the tournament doesn’t earn you a CIF title, a trip to the playoffs or even a few days off. You might get a trophy for your efforts or even a pat on the back but that’s about it.

The Peterson Principle: 5/16/2016

By Tim Peterson Attention coaches, namely assistant coaches: You aren’t going to win a CIF championship by winning a lineman competition or a passing league. It’s good work for your players and gives them a chance to compete before the real season starts in September. That’s it. So lay off the people that are running […]

It’s Finally Set in G-Stone; Ted Clarke

By Tim Peterson (Covina) – Long time area coach Ted Clarke was announced as the head coach at Gladstone Friday sources confirmed.

Workman HC Job is Open

By Tim Peterson (City of Industry) – Eric MacIntyre has left as the head coach at Workman after three years sources confirmed Wednesday.

Spathias Out; Gladstone Search Continues

By Tim Peterson (Azusa) – Hector Spathias, who was introduced as the head coach at Gladstone on March 14, is now out as HC sources confirmed late Monday.

Gladstone Gets Spathias

By Tim Peterson (Azusa) – Hector Spathias, who guided Bassett to a 6-5 overall record last year, was named the head coach at Gladstone Monday sources confirmed. 

The Peterson Principle: 3/7/2016

By Tim Peterson “The start of the 2016 football season is officially here with our first 7 on 7 competition this morning,” said Arroyo assistant coach Joshua Knight on his Facebook page. That’s right Arroyo is on the field already.

The Peterson Principle: 2/15/2016

By Tim Peterson The Super Bowl is over officially marking an end to the football season so of course we’re going to talk about…football.

Marinez Leaves Gladstone for Jurupa Hills

(Covina) – Citos Marinez has left as the head coach at Gladstone to take the same position at Jurupa Hills sources confirmed Saturday.