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San Dimas Rains on M-Town Parade (Citrus College) – San Dimas rushed for over 200 yards on the ground and used a solid defense to beat Monrovia 12-7 Saturday night to win the Mid-Valley Division Championship. The game was played in a steady downpour from the opening kick off to the final gun.
Say What? Everything went right for Covina in the fourth quarter Friday night, except for one minor detail.
It’s early. We’re only a week in but we’ve been able to get a read on some teams. St. Francis won the Arcadia Elks Tournament but they had to beat Steve Gewecke’s Alhambra team in the final. Arcadia knocked off Temple City early in the tourney behind senior hurler Garrett Tuck. South Hills advanced to […]
Staff- We don’t choose a second team, third team or honorable mention. There is one team and one team only. So if you’re on it, you’re special. Because of that somebody will get left out. Some of our decisions were extremely difficult but after putting our heads together, contacting coaches and compiling stats and stories […]
By Tim Peterson I was glad to find out I wasn’t the only one just starting my Christmas shopping on December 21. While walking through the Santa Anita Mall Monday night I ran into Roosevelt Coach Javier Cid and San Gabriel Coach Keith Jones. No, they weren’t discussing this years Christmas sales but instead […]
(Citrus College) – San Dimas rushed for over 200 yards on the ground and used a solid defense to beat Monrovia 12-7 Saturday night to win the Mid-Valley Division Championship. The game was played in a steady downpour from the opening kick off to the final gun.
By Saile Ramirez
“We’re going to be okay,” said San Dimas Coach Bill Zernickow back in May as his Saints were sweating through spring drills. Most coaches are positive in May. It’s a new season and hope springs eternal for everybody that time of year. So we kind of took the quote as just that- a positive response […]
By Matt Schuler (San Dimas) – San Dimas racked up over 300 yards on the ground and capitalized off two first quarter turnovers to fend off Valley Christian at home, 37-14, and advance into the Semi Final round of CIF playoffs Friday night.