Tag Archives: James Wilson

Class of 2009 Wins Mt.View Alumni Game

(El Monte)- “Hey man we need some more love from you guys here,” said Mt. View HC Victor Ambruso before the Vikings second annual alumni game. “Just kidding, but we’re always reading about Arroyo but that’s okay we just want to keep things under the radar around here.”

The Peterson Principle 3/12/12

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.

The Peterson Principle 1/16/12

It started as soon as the season ended in mid November. Glendale Coach Al Eberhart stepped down and was eventually replaced by long time area assistant John Tuttle.

The TEN 1/13/2012

(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)

Vikings Chew up Yardage, Hoover

(Glendale) – Ignacio Castanada and Jose “Nacho” Zamora combined for 322 yards rushing and four touchdowns to lead Mt. View to a 34-21 win over Hoover Thursday night at Glendale High.

Game Night: Mid-Valley Division-Week Zero

Thursday September 1 Smudgepot: Bonita at San Dimas (Citrus College) Last Year: Bonita 41 San Dimas 20 All-Time: San Dimas 21-18-1 (overall, includes 1999 CIF)

The TEN: 8/30/2011

  (“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)

The Peterson Principle 7/25/11

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.

View Ready to Take Next Step

By George Hernandez [El Monte] A 5-5 season for teams like Arroyo or Rosemead might be considered a failure, but after going 0-10 in the 2009 season the Mountain View Vikings made huge strides finishing .500 last season.

Vikings can finish no worse than 500

By Edwin Arreola (El Monte) – Mountain View secured a non-losing season for the first time since 1997 after the Vikes beat Gabrielino 15-7 Friday night on Homecoming.