Tag Archives: Kaiser Football
Arcadia Names Antyone Sims Head Coach
By Tim Peterson (Arcadia) – Antyone Sims, the former head coach at Muir, was named the head football coach at Arcadia Sims confirmed Friday.
Policky Says Adios at Arcadia
By Tim Peterson (Arcadia) – Andrew Policky has stepped down as the head football coach at Arcadia he confirmed Wednesday. The Apaches best year under Policky was in 2018 when they won the Pacific League and went 11-3 overall advancing all the way to the CIF Division 8 Finals before losing to Kaiser 38-35. This […]
2018 Mid Valley MVP: Rolandiss Whitener – Arcadia
Rolandiss Whitener did a little bit of everything for Arcadia. He ran the ball, caught the ball, returned kicks and punts and played defense as well. There’s no truth to the rumor that he also set up the pylons before the games.
A Kick in the Gut for Apaches
By Tim Peterson (Arcadia) – Michael Mosqueda kicked a 28-yard field goal with no time remaining to give Kaiser a 38-35 win over Arcadia Friday night in the CIF Division 8 Final.
Arcadia – Kaiser by the Numbers
Arcadia (11-2) – Kaiser (12-1) by the Numbers
Saints Season Stopped at Goal Line
By Tim Peterson (San Dimas) – San Dimas running back Dylan Ware was stopped at the goal line on a two point conversion attempt in overtime to lift Kaiser to a 35-34 win over the Saints Friday night in the first round of the CIF Division 8 Playoffs.
The Peterson Principle: 1/11/2016
By Tim Peterson Vontaze Burfict is the perfect example of a guy with million dollar talent and a ten cent brain. And they were both on display Saturday night.
Cats Tamed by Tartans
By Joseph Rodriguez (Fontana) – What was predicted to be a close matchup between two top teams in the Central Division turned out to be a showcase for Glendora. The Tartans roughed up Kaiser 28-7, behind a stellar defensive performance that held the Cats usually potent ground game to 143 total rushing yards on the night […]
Bonita Air Assault
(La Verne) -The Bonita Air Assualt conlcuded Saturday with Upland knocking off Valencia to win the two-day Tournament. Monrovia, who played without starting quarterback Blake Heyworth and reciever Mason Bryant on Friday, had both players back on Saturday and had a lead on Upland earlier in the day before falling late in the contest.