Tag Archives: Gladstone Football

A Look at the Montview

Nogales was the surprise of the league last year until a late loss to Sierra Vista did the Nobles in. Duarte, under HC James Heggins, has the talent to repeat in league. Workman, with new head coach Oscar Robles, has a new energy and excitement that the Lobos have been missing for quite some time.

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.