Tag Archives: Hunter Duran
Good Afternoon! I’ll buy Pomona, but I think the reluctance of some in doing the same is because the Red Devils were hard to catch up with over the summer…I know because I wasted several pints of gas driving to St. Paul to see a scrimmage that didn’t happen.
(El Monte)- Arroyo quarterback Steven Rivera set three school records in the Knights convincing 48-21 victory over the Temple City Rams in “The Mid Valley Classic” on Friday night at B.L. Bergstrom Stadium.
—First of Three Parts: History of the Game (Tues.), By the Numbers (Weds.), and Stars & Plays (Thurs.)— (What is now called the “Mid Valley Classic” started way back when these schools were young, 1956, and very slowly turned into one of the best opening night features around. What follows is a recap of every […]
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
By Martin Lopez (Ontario)- The Arroyo Knights got four touchdown passes from Steven Rivera and never looked back in a 45-12 victory over the Ontario Jaguars Friday night in the season opener for both schools.
It’s late July so yes, there will be changes, yes I probably left out some deserving school out and no it’s not etched in stone. But here it is – the first Mid-Valley Division Top 20 of the football season. Feel free to post comments (clean) and as usual Tim can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’ve hit the dead period for several area high school football teams. Although there is no set dead period now with the new CIF rules in place most teams still go dark in late July and into early August.
Hunter Duran – Arroyo Sr. WR/DB 5’7″ , 140 2010 Stats: Rec: 19-383 yds, 6 TD. 20.16 avg per catch, long – 53.
Good Afternoon! Really? Do we really have to get this uptight about the Hall of Fame game? Bigger fish by far…It’s an exhibition game (AKA: Major Yawning Festival)…
(Las Vegas) – Arroyo made its now annual trek to Las Vegas Saturday to compete in the Bobby Hauck Passing Tournament at UNLV. The Knights lost their first two games, rebounded to win the next one before losing the finale to go 1-3 and take 11th place.