Tag Archives: John Hardy

Hardy Moves on From Muir

By Tim Peterson (Pasadena) – John Hardy is out as head coach at Muir according to an ad placed on the CIF Southern Section Website. The ad, which was posted Friday, states that Muir is looking for a head football coach with a teaching position to go along with it. The contact person is listed as Milica […]

Can Pasadena Compete in Pacific?

We know Muir always has athletes and John Hardy might be one of the best coaches in the Southeast Division. Burbank has several key players returning including James “Boobie” Williams. Crescenta Valley, especially with Brian Gadsby now back in the fold, could be the most explosive team in the league.

Fanview: May 21, 2014

“Your hands build me up when I’m sinking Touch me and my troubles all fade…”—Styx Kick it!

Fanview Lite: April 3, 2014

“There’s a battle outside…And it is ragin’ It’ll soon shake your windows…And rattle your walls For the times they are a-changin’.”—Bob Dylan Kick it! Angels pitching…Makes you feel good to know there are still things you can count on in this world. I hear Paul Hartzell will be starting next, and Andy Hassler is available […]

Fanview Lite: January 26, 2013

Kick it! You know, even as a relic from the 1970’s, I never understood or felt comfortable with the word “boogie”…Not at all…

Muir Claims Crown in Turkey Tussle Triumph

By Tony Solorzano (Pasadena) – A potential upset turned onto a rout as Muir claimed their fourth Pacific League Championship in the last eight years and their first title since 2008 as they ended the regular season with a 37-7 win over Pasadena to win the 66th Annual Turkey Tussle, Thursday night at the Rose […]

Paraclete at Muir Scrimmage (in a few pics)

Four Throw at South Pas

(South Pasadena)— Muir, Alhambra, Rosemead and South Pasadena connected on Wednesday afternoon. It was casual, a little leg stretching, some defense, some passing and catching. A nice return for the Moors, evaluations for the Tigers, thoughts from Muir, and quarterback considerations by the Panthers. All should make for an interesting summer.