Tag Archives: Joe Brown

Colts Too Fast for Mustangs

By Tim Peterson (Covina)- Covina jumped out to a 28-0 halftime lead and rolled to a 35-14 win over Walnut Thursday night at Covina District Field.

What Does a Mid-Valley Division Final Four Look Like? (Vote in Poll)

Well the burden of Monrovia has been removed and no new colossus has been added,…

M-Town, Covina, BG and…Brea?

(Monrovia) – Monrovia was joined by Covina and Bell Gardens Tuesday to sling the ball around. I thought they only had call centers in Brea but they have a football team too and they showed up as well. Brea actually didn’t look bad but I got a Benjamin that says they got caught in traffic on the 57 on the way […]

Toss Around at WestCo

A light April toss between Covina, Bonita, and West Covina.

Mid Spotlight: Pernell Smalley

Pernell Smalley: Covina, WR/DB Jr. # 17, 5-9, 175. 2012 Stats: Rushing: 71-428 yards, 5 TD, 6.03 yds per carry; Rec: 6-53 yards.

The Peterson Principle 11/5/12

In the not too distant future all of the coaches will not be gathering together on CIF selection Sunday. It won’t be necessary. It’s really not necessary now. All of the playoff pairings are online already and a lot of gas money would be saved by simply having the coaches log in to check it […]

Mid-Valley Division Top 10 – Playoff Edition

We’ve compiled our Top 10 based on how we think the playoff teams should be ranked. We added the six teams in “others” to round out the field of 16. There was some movement this week as Paraclete knocked off Sierra Canyon to take the number one spot and South El Monte beat El Monte […]

The Peterson Principle 8/20/12

Ready or not it’s here. For the first time in recent memory the football season kicks off on August 23. Have all the coaching vacancies even been filled yet? Have all the transfers been approved? Have all the transfers been completed?

Covina-South Hills Scrimmage

(Covina District Field) – “We look a lot better now than we did in the spring. That’s for sure,” said first year Covina Coach Joe Brown. The Colts are coming off of a season in which they reached the semi finals but have since been hit hard…really hard, by graduation.