Tag Archives: Hacienda League

The Peterson Principle: 10/22/2017

By Tim Peterson We still have two weeks left in the regular season but it looks like everything is settled. Let’s take a league inventory:

Los Altos Puts Away Walnut in Fourth

By Tim Peterson (Hacienda Heights) – Los Altos broke open a close game in the fourth quarter outscoring Walnut 23-11 to beat the Mustangs 70-57 Friday night in a Hacienda League contest. 

The Peterson Principle: 11/30/2016

By Tim Peterson Sierra Canyon won the CIF championship last year. But they were supposed to right? I mean it was the Mid-Valley Division.

Game Night: CIF Playoffs – Second Round

All Kickoffs are at 7:00 p.m. unless otherwise indicated: 

Los Altos Undefeated, Undisputed in Hacienda

By Tim Peterson (Covina) – Los Altos got a pick six on its first defensive series of the game to set the tone and went on to beat Charter Oak 21-7 Friday night on the Chargers home field.

Farrar gets 300th; Charter Oak Rolls

(Chino) – Matthew Takata threw for 409 yards and three touchdowns to lead Charter Oak to a 45-21 rout of Chino Friday night in Hacienda League action. 

The Peterson Principle: 10/11/2016

By Tim Peterson Before Game 4 of the NLDS between the Dodgers and the Nationals I heard three different interviews of Dodger players and coaches on the radio.

The Peterson Principle: 11/9/2015

By Tim Peterson Did anybody other than maybe Jesse Ceniceros think that Chino would not only make the playoffs but end up as the number two team in the Hacienda League?

Central Division Top Ten (Fan Vote)

The last Charter Oak was in the MVS coverage zone they…

What Does a Central Division Final Four Look Like? (Vote in Poll)

Thirty teams, five leagues, the Central is pretty normal in size. It probably should be paired with with the Southeast to create a super conference because with the exception of one league (Rio Hondo) they are so much alike.