Tag Archives: Jacob Ochoa
By Tim Peterson Now we really didn’t think USC would beat Alabama, did we? If USC fans took a step back and looked at it realistically it was just too much to ask.
By Joe Torosian “I wanna have friends that I can trust, that love me for the man I’ve become not the man I was.” —The Avett Brothers Kick it! Right off the Top: Ever notice how you never see the Los Angeles Angels and the San Francisco Giants pitching staffs in the room at the […]
By Tim Peterson Wildcats Close at Pioneer In what could be the last major local passing league tournament of the summer last Saturday, Monrovia advanced to the finals where the Wildcats lost LA High. Monrovia receiver Michael Washington, a junior, was named the MVP of the tourney.
By Jacob Ochoa Jacob Ochoa has been the defensive coordinator at Alhambra and also coached the defensive backs at Glendale JC. He is currently the DB coach at Monrovia under new head coach Jerry Chou.
By Tim Peterson (Monrovia) – Monrovia was out Thursday throwing the ball around with Cantwell. They have a new head coach in Jerry Chou and a couple of new (but familiar) faces in assistant coaches Mike McKay and Jacob Ochoa.
By Tim Peterson The Bonita coaching search finally ended last week with the hiring of former South El Monte HC Ibis Aguilar.
Domonic Jolivette, who rushed for over 1100 yards and scored 15 touchdowns last year for San Dimas, is working hard these days in the weight room preparing to play football in the fall at Citrus College. Jolivette has been a mainstay in the San Dimas offense for the last two years. As a junior he […]
Ok, so where are we at now? There have been so many head coaching changes in high school football this off season that it’s hard to keep track. Schurr, with former DC Marco Ramirez being promoted to head coach, was filled last weekend.
Even though they had gotten off to a slow start, when Blake Hamilton threw down a slam dunk in the second quarter and Ajon Efferson hit a three you got the feeling it was over. Pasadena had committed a ton of turnovers and missed even more shots and the Bulldogs were still up by ten […]
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)