Tag Archives: J.R. Nelson
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
1.) Canadian free skier Sarah Burke passes away from injuries sustained on a January 10 training run.
2.) PG Russell Westbrook signs max deal to remain with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
3.) Tom Brady and Eli Manning both return to practice.
4.) Wilson [...]
DC's must get paid really well to afford weekends at Candlestick.
The best consolation about Matt Koffler resigning as Rosemead HC this past week is defensive coordinator Marc Paramo will most likely to end up with the job.
…or at least he should.
It must be nice to be Donald Bernard.
Got a tip this morning that Pants [...]
Thursday, September 15th
Burroughs (0-2) vs Hart (1-1) (Valencia HS)
Hart leads series 6-0 since 2001
Last Meeting: 2010 Hart 27-10
Tough non-league schedule continues for the Indians who haven’t beaten in the new century.
Burroughs will have a tough go at it against Hart who can go vertical on the best of teams. With Zander Anding’s availability [...]
By Josh Ouellette
(Diamond Bar)- The Diamond Bar Brahmas stampeded Wilson 40-13 thanks to the aerial combination of Henry Omana Jr. and George Katrib pairing up for 167 yards and three touchdowns on Friday night.
Diamond Bar took an early lead thanks to a 70-yard pass from Omana to Katrib on a third down and 26 to [...]
Wilson's J.R. Nelson has made a big move from receiver to running back for the Wildcats.
Lately I’ve been accused of “soap boxing”, being “high and mighty”, or “too preachy”…
Okay, now as I’m about to call someone out and really come after this person I wonder what your opinion of me will be after…Mmm?
Note to [...]
Muir's tough defense will head to Saugus for Week One. (Photo by Anne Cypress)
Thursday, September 8th
Hoover (0-0) at Glendale (0-0)
Glendale leads series since 2001 7-3
Last Meeting: Glendale 54-19
A double dose of this series in 2011 as both clubs bookend its annual rivalry on Thursday evening.
It’s the debut of Hoover head coach Andrew Policky, taking over [...]
By Matt Schuler
(Hacienda Heights)- Bosco Tech’s Johnathan Silvas rushed for 184 yards and two touchdowns, including a late go ahead score, in the Tigers 28-24 come-from-behind victory over Wilson Friday night.
Silvas’ 10-yard touchdown run with 1:31 remaining capped a 10-play, 98-yard drive and comeback after the Tigers trailed 24-14 with 1:59 remaining in the third.
The standard battle at quarterback is usually one versus another…seldom is it a three-way fight, but with the transferring in of southpaw Cale Jasper from Arkansas its what the battle under center at San Gabriel has become.
The 6-3 210-pound Jasper, a senior-to-be, owns the combined strenghts of last season’s starters Andy Guerrero and [...]
"All want not something to do, but something to be."
T-Minus-205 Days until “The Mid Valley Classic”
Of course because I took it…I love the pic.
It is also why I love football. “All want not something to do, but something to be.” Thoreau said that (I welcome the correction). This pic shows a bunch of young [...]