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Q & A with Northview HC Marcel Perez
Marcel Perez has been the head coach at his alma mater Northview for the last 10 years. He has guided the Vikings to an overall record of 78-36 and four Valle Vista League titles while sharing another. Northview has two CIF semi final appearances during Perez’ reign. I had the opportunity recently to have a […]
Q & A With Los Altos HC Travis Brown
Travis Brown took over as the Los Altos head coach in 2018 and has an overall record of 13-10 in his two seasons. The Conquerors have made the playoffs both years.
Game Night: Week 3
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Game Night: CIF Semi Finals
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The Peterson Principle: 11/22/2016
By Tim Peterson So what do you do when you’re down 31-10 at the end of the third quarter, and at home no less, in a second round playoff game?
Fanview: September 1, 2016
By Joe Torosian “I played for Casey Stengel before he was a genius (with the Boston Braves), and I played for him after he was a genius (with the New York Mets).”—Hall of Fame pitcher Warren Spahn Kick it!
The Peterson Principle: 6/27/2016
By Tim Peterson Doesn’t Andrew Tovar seem like he’s been at Cathedral for ten years? Some players just seem to have that effect on you. When you’re the face of the team and throw for over 3700 yards and 47 touchdowns like Tovar did last year, it gives the impression you’ve been there awhile.
The Peterson Principle: 3/21/2016
By Tim Peterson I’m hearing a lot of out of Monrovia but nothing is official as of yet. There could even be a hire in place but they’re just waiting for clearance. But then again maybe not. I know you’ve heard this before but I’m hearing we should know something concrete early this week. We’ll see.
The Peterson Principle: 7/20/2015
By Tim Peterson The passing league season is winding down but I did get to see one more on Saturday at Duarte. Only a few local teams were on hand but I did come away with a couple of take aways. The Falcons can definitely compete.