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“(Football is) the last bastion of hope for toughness in America in men, in males.”—Michigan HC Jim Harbaugh Kick it!
(Arcadia) – Eric Elias, who spent ten years at Arcadia as an assistant, has decided to step down to pursue other opportunities. Elias spent five years as a position coach for the Apaches and five years as a coordinator.
By Tim Peterson Don’t be fooled by the final score. La Mirada didn’t mess around with Bellflower. This was domination in every sense of the word. The Matadores were bigger, stronger and definitely much faster. Tony Brown is every bit as advertised.
“Dean Meminger was quicker than 11:15 Mass at a seaside resort.”—Al McGuire Kick it! Congrats to Muir quarterback David Madrid for signing a letter of intent to play football at Central Connecticut State. Madrid, currently 6-4, 205 pounds, went 12 of 20 passing for 228 yards and two touchdowns for the Mustangs against Los Altos […]
Apaches hire alum as new head football coach.
It would seem it wouldn’t take the death of an owner to get a team motivated but whatever it takes I guess. There have been three straight victories since the death of Dr. Jerry Buss and Dwight Howard is still in the fold so it looks like the Lakers are on the right track.
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
Would it be a stretch to say Arcadia in the Pacific? The league is in flux. Burbank and Crescenta Valley have lost a lot of players to graduation, as did Pasadena. The Bulldogs have Brandon Cox, the best quarterback in the league, but does he have enough around him?
(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.
Chris Long was selected to fill the head coach vacancy left after the resignation of John Dimalante. Long is a graduate of Serra High School and was an assistant on Dimalante’s staff last year and earlier this decade. He was also was the HC at Hoover from 2008 through 2010.