Tag Archives: Justin Huff

Williams’ Top Five

Jack Williams has had a hugely successful run at Downey for the last 10 years which includes a CIF championship in 2012. Here are his Top 5 players that he has coached and coached against:

Vikings Battle Valiantly in Loss

by Andy Villanueva (Manhattan Beach) – After spotting Mira Costa an early 21-point lead midway through the first quarter, Downey battled to close the gap to three points before the Mustangs delivered the final blows in a 48-31 victory. 

Game Night Southeast Division: Week Two

By Tim Peterson All games are at 7:00 p.m. unless otherwise indicated

Fanview: September 3, 2014

“There’s a darkness upon me that’s flooded in light In the fine print they tell me what’s wrong and what’s right And it comes in black and it comes in white And I’m frightened by those that don’t see it” —Avett Brothers Kick it!

The TEN: 2/11/2014

(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)

The Peterson Principle 1/28/13

I found myself rooting for the Boston Celtics Sunday. It felt kind of strange but I believe I’ve hit LeBron overload. He got his championship last year and now everybody proclaims him to be the best basketball player on the planet…ever.

Southeast Division MVP: Downey Running Back Justin Huff

Justin Huff is only a sophomore and he was already named our “newcomer” of the year. But when you score 26 touchdowns and run for more than 2300 yards it’s hard to be ignored.

The TEN: 1/4/2013

(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)

Northwest Division Defensive Coordinator of The Year: Nordhoff DC Cliff Farrar

Farrar had been to the CIF finals four previous times as a head coach and each time came away on the short end. Following a very short retirement, weeks in length, he returned to the Rangers program as the defensive coordinator and oversaw a unit that would lead the way to the first title in […]

Mid-Valley Newcomer of the Year: Sierra Canyon’s Isaiah Renfro

(“Newcomer” criteria: Player must be an underclassmen, with limited, or no, varsity experience.)