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Lights Go Out on the 605; East Emerges With Victory
By Tim Peterson (Whittier) – At Exactly 10:00 p.m., with 4:57 left in the fourth quarter, the lights went out on the 605 game Friday night. 15 minutes later, they came back on and the East maintained its lead and went on to a 31-26 win over the West at Pioneer High School.
Fanview: July 2, 2015
“Drivin’ over Kanan, singin’ to my soul There’s people out there turnin’ music into gold.”—John Stewart Kick it! Right off the Top: I lost track of the fact that July 1st is Bobby Bonilla Day…The former stiff actually collects a $1.2-million check from the New York Mets, from a deferred buyout in 1999, through 2035.
Fanview: June 30, 2015
“He lasted about as long as the dessert tray at Rosie O’Donnell’s house.”—Dennis Miller Kick it! Right off the Top: SCOTUS is not a body part. It stands for Supreme Court of the United States. Therefore you can’t tear a SCOTUS. You can’t get kicked in the SCOTUS. You can’t pull a SCOTUS.
MVS Southeast Division: Quarterbacks
Fanview: May 14, 2014
“You say you came to Baltimore from Ole Miss A class of ’74 gold ring The eastern moon looks ready for a wet kiss To make the tide rise again, ha, ha.”—Starbuck Kick it!
Fanview Lite: March 11, 2014
“Dean Meminger was quicker than 11:15 Mass at a seaside resort.”—Al McGuire Kick it! Congrats to Muir quarterback David Madrid for signing a letter of intent to play football at Central Connecticut State. Madrid, currently 6-4, 205 pounds, went 12 of 20 passing for 228 yards and two touchdowns for the Mustangs against Los Altos […]
Top 15 Returning Southeast Division Quarterbacks
Although the Southeast isn’t necessarily known as a division that throws the ball this is still a fairly deep lot. Guys like Frankie Palmer and Jorge Reyna are among the best QBs in the area. Sometimes a quarterback is a winner by leading his team and effectively managing a game (think West Covina’s George Johnson.) […]
Southeast Newcomer of the Year: Downey’s Justin Huff
(“Newcomer” criteria: Player must be an underclassmen, with limited, or no, varsity experience.)