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By Tim Peterson I received a text Saturday reading “I went to the Duarte game last night and they’re the real deal. We are back!”
“How can the life of such a man Be in the palm of some fool’s hand?”—Bob Dylan Kick it! Oh, I’ve always been a Dee Gordon fan.
(Duarte)- “We had a great camp,” said first year Duarte Falcon HC Jason Martin. “We’re a little banged up right now, but its the end of two-a-days for us. We got in our work, some special packages. We’re feeling good.” Here are a few pics:
Half the teams in this division are new to us and this area. So instead of listing a Top 25 today, we’ve started with all 31 and will break it down based on responses into a Top 25 for Tuesday. In terms of weighting the teams we went 10, 5, and 3 to start with […]
(Arcadia) – Former Duarte Head Coach Tip Sanders has joined the staff at Arcadia as line coach Apache HC Chris Long confirmed Tuesday night on the Mid Valley Sports Show. “He joined the staff when Coach Dimalante was here and decided to stay when I became Head Coach,” Long said.
Kick it! “I wish the young man nothing but the best,” said Duarte HC Jason Martin about Kurt Scoby’s brief stop with the Falcons program and pending transfer to St. Paul. “We’re going forward and expect to compete for a Montview League title.
(Duarte) – Kurt Scoby, who ran for 1,572 yards and 21 touchdowns in 2011, has withdrawn from Charter Oak and enrolled at Duarte High School.
Kick it! The calmest guy I spoke to this week was “His Arroyo Baldness” Jim Singiser. While he’s not thrilled with the pending shifts coming to the football divisions it was interesting to hear the guy, who is capable of getting so hot at times you can fry an egg on the back of his […]
(Duarte) – A passing tournament at Duarte, originally scheduled for Saturday March 17, has been canceled. Duarte Coach Jason Martin confirmed the cancellation Saturday due to a prior commitment he has to honor.
Kick it! Gabrielino opens its 2012 season this Saturday at South Pasadena and brings with it Angel Acosta and his 324 career strike outs. Personally I could listen to Tamar Hill talk all night…and would never feel like she was showing me up.