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Take a look at Number Four
By Tim Peterson Wildcats Close at Pioneer In what could be the last major local passing league tournament of the summer last Saturday, Monrovia advanced to the finals where the Wildcats lost LA High. Monrovia receiver Michael Washington, a junior, was named the MVP of the tourney.
By Tim Peterson (San Marino) – “I’m proud and honored that I have committed to play football at Yale University,” San Marino receiver J.P. Shohfi announced Saturday on Twitter.
By Tim Peterson It wasn’t the greatest high school football game I had ever seen but it had to be in the top five. I mean it’s one thing to come back from a three touchdown deficit but it’s another to erase the entire lead in fourth quarter with your starting quarterback on the bench.
It is the dawning of a new day in the Central Division. As things change, they remain the same as the top teams return their key players from 2014.
By Tim Peterson (Monrovia) – Isaiah Ramos threw five innings and allowed just one run while striking out seven to lead Monrovia to a 3-1 win over San Marino Friday in Rio Hondo League action.
by Andy Villanueva (San Marino) – Charter Oak advanced to the Central Division Semifinals with a 49-31 victory over San Marino on Friday night.
By Tim Peterson Who has a better offense? San Marino or Crescenta Valley? Carson Glazier vs. Brian Gadsby. Break out the calculators and the last quarterback standing wins. Glazier has thrown 35 touchdown passes while piling up 2953 yards. He threw two last week in the win over Harvard-Westlake and seven the week before against […]
By Tim Peterson (San Marino) – Carson Glazier fired seven touchdown passes and racked up 452 yards through the air to spark San Marino to a 49-28 win over Claremont Friday night in the first round of the Central Division playoffs.
by Andy Villanueva (Monrovia) – Down 20-7 in the second quarter, it appeared Monrovia’s 32-game winning streak in the Rio Hondo League was in jeopardy against San Marino. The Wildcats went on a 41-22 run in the last three quarters to thwart the upset-minded Titans, 48-42.