Tag Archives: Jerry Chou
By Tim Peterson There have been no less than 21 head coaching changes since the 2017 season came to an end. And that’s just on the local front. All but four have been filled.
By Tim Peterson (Monrovia) – Jerry Chou was fired as the head football coach at Monrovia Friday sources confirmed.
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 Joe Torosian “It’s the most wonderful time of the year With the helmets knocking And everyone talking you’ll be in good cheer It’s the most wonderful time of the year There’ll be coaches for roasting Sportswriters for toasting And complaining ‘bout the quarterback’s poor throws There’ll be scary locker room stories And tales of […]
(Burbank) – The Jerry Chou era at Monrovia did not get off to the start the M-Town faithful would have hoped for as Burbank proved that last season’s 38-20 was no fluke. The Bulldogs didn’t give up an offensive touchdown en route to a 33-7 win.
By Tim Peterson 11 days and counting…It seems like just last month that San Marino was celebrating the CIF championship but football is here. Thursday, August 26 is next week as the 2016 high school football season kicks off.
By Tim Peterson A new coach wasn’t something Monrovia planned on in 2016. Chris Stevens was just coming off of his second year as head coach and had some success. It usually takes about 3-4 years before a coach puts his stamp on the program so Stevens wasn’t going anywhere. And then suddenly he was…
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 (Monrovia) – Monrovia has named Jerry Chou head coach Athletic Director Randy Bell confirmed Thursday.
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