Tag Archives: Jesse Ceniceros

Ceniceros Steps Down at Chino

(Chino) – After two years, Jesse Ceniceros has stepped as head coach of the Chino Cowboys football program.

The Peterson Principle: 1/11/2016

By Tim Peterson Vontaze Burfict is the perfect example of a guy with million dollar talent and a ten cent brain. And they were both on display Saturday night.

Mid Valley Spotlight: Chino RB/DB Willie Morris

Willie Morris: Chino, RB/DB, Jr, 5’11” 175lbs, 4.50 (40-yard dash)

Stanford to Appear at Chino Camp

(Chino) – Chino High School alumnus R.J. Stanford who has played in the NFL for the Miami Dolphin and Cincinnati Bengals will be at Chino High Saturday for a football camp.

Norwalk Names Otis Harrison HC

By Tim Peterson (Norwalk) – Norwalk has named Otis Harrison as head coach sources confirmed Monday. Harrison, was the defensive coordinator in 2013 when the Lancers advanced to the Southeast Championship game against La Serna.

The Peterson Principle: 4/6/2015

By Tim Peterson I’m still waiting for word out of Norwalk. There has been no announcement on who will replace Jesse Ceniceros who stepped down to take the head coaching job at Chino.

Ceniceros Leaves Norwalk, Takes Chino

By Tim Peterson (Norwalk) – Jesse Ceniceros has left Norwalk to take over as the head coach at Chino it was announced Monday.  Ceniceros had a successful seven year stint as the head coach at Norwalk including a Southeast Finals appearance in 2013.

Mid Valley Spotlight: Norwalk Linebackers

Ryan McDowell: Sr, RB/LB, 5’10” 180lbs (80-tackles, 1 sack) Kurt Brown: Jr, LB, 5’11” 190lbs (Minnesota transfer) Tyrant Davis: Jr, LB, 5’10” 185lbs (66-tackles, 2 sacks) Jordan Thomas: Soph, FB/LB, 6’0″ 220lbs (First year varsity) Guadalupe Gomez: Jr, LB, 5’8″ 170lbs (First year varsity)

Fanview: May 22, 2014

“And the course of a lifetime runs Over and over again…”—Paul Simon Kick it! I’m worried about the Kings…Since they struggle so much at home.

Fanview Lite: March 12, 2014

“I’ve never blown a whistle, looked at a film, worked at a blackboard or organized a practice in my life.”—Al McGuire Kick it! Wouldn’t the Del Rio be a better fit in the Mid-Valley Division these days?