Tag Archives: Jude Oliva
I’m hearing a lot of good things out of Covina. They have a quarterback and although Joe Benavidez is not the returning starter he’s looked great in the summer. All of the key skill players other than QB Darren Torres are back for the Colts.
“Never been awake, Never seen a day break…”—Pilot Kick it! Oh, I’ve always been a Indiana Pacers fan!
“Go melt back into the night…Everything inside is made of stone There’s nothing in here moving…An’ anyway I’m not alone.”—Bob Dylan Kick it! I’m really out of my element when I talk about Catholic school stuff, but why not Salesian, Paraclete, and La Salle in a revamped Del Rey League? (Tee me up and take […]
“Yes, how many times can a man turn his head…Pretending he just doesn’t see?”—Bob Dylan Kick it! I love baseball. It’s great to be back into baseball after being away from it for so long. Opening day is great. However, fantasy baseball does, at times, cause me to howl at the moon. So over the […]
“It’s where KISS meets Arena Football. I promise you it won’t be like anything you have ever experienced. It’s going to be a show. I don’t want to spoil it but let’s just say there are going to be more pyrotechnics than you’ve ever seen,” said KISS lead singer Paul Stanley Sunday at the Honda […]
“Sometimes, I say things I shouldn’t. I go berserk. If I were a university, I wouldn’t hire me.”—Al McGuire Kick it! Don’t get me wrong on the NCAA Tournament…While my interest isn’t at the street rat crazy level it used to be, it’s not as bad as boxing. In comparison to boxing the Tourney is […]
“I don’t think any decent human being enjoys recruiting.”—Al McGuire Kick it! Writing a column the day after Jude Oliva steps down at Maranatha, might be the easiest thing I’ve ever done…
Is there ever a day in late June or early July that somebody isn’t throwing the ball somewhere? I’m sure if you looked hard enough you could find a passing competition every day of the week.
(Santa Fe Springs) – Donald Bernard, long time defensive coordinator at San Gabriel, has landed as the DC at St. Paul.