Tag Archives: Hoover Football
By Tim Peterson (La Puente) – Former Arcadia head coach Chris Long has been named the HC at Bassett sources confirmed Friday.
We know Muir always has athletes and John Hardy might be one of the best coaches in the Southeast Division. Burbank has several key players returning including James “Boobie” Williams. Crescenta Valley, especially with Brian Gadsby now back in the fold, could be the most explosive team in the league.
Jorge Reyna is still at Pasadena and will be the quarterback for the Bulldogs in the fall. He didn’t play in the throw with Marshall on Saturday fueling speculation that the Downey transfer had transferred again.
In college football you don’t have to wait until late August to see the players in helmets and pads. They’re in full gear in April. And so it was at Azusa Pacific on Saturday. The Cougars are coming off a big year after they were moved up to D-2 and are expecting even bigger things […]
(Pasadena) – Marshall (Pasadena) could end up in the Mission Valley League. Or maybe not. They also could end up in the Pacific, in a completely new league or stay right where they are in the Alpha League.
So we all knew this was going to happen right? The first Sunday with the officials back and there have been at least four clearly blown calls already. And one of them was missed even after they spent five minutes reviewing the play.
(Glendale) – Nick Starling picked up a first down on a fourth and two run with two minutes left to seal a 15 -14 Temple City win over Hoover Thursday night at Moyse Field. Starling rushed for another first down 90 seconds later and the Rams ran out the clock to get their first win of the year.
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
El Monte isn’t going to have a hard time scoring against anybody. You get the feeling that Brandon Martinez is going to get the ball in the endzone, throwing or passing or any other way every time he touches the ball.
Mea Culpa Covina I love it when I’m right but when I’m wrong, I need to acknowledge that also. And in the case of Covina it looks like I was wrong. After seeing how many players the Colts lost to graduation/transfer I thought they were in trouble.