Tag Archives: Kameron Johnson

Mid Valley Spotlight: Monrovia RB Lawrence Spicer

Lawrence Spicer: Monrovia, RB, Sr. 5-11, 185. 2014 stats: 94-573 yards, 9 TD. Rec: 11-160 yards, 2 TD.

The Peterson Principle: 6/29/2015

By Tim Peterson Wow, didn’t think a blurb about a Mission Valley League running back transferring out would create that much of a stir. As of last Sunday the story on South El Monte’s Marcos Lopez leaving South El Monte has received 135 comments and counting…

Marcos Lopez Transfers out of South

By Tim Peterson (South El Monte) –  Running back Marcos Lopez has transferred out of South El Monte Eagle Head Coach Frank Gallardo confirmed Monday.

MVS Southeast Division: Top 10 Running Backs

Monrovia’s Kameron Johnson Transfers to Cathedral

By Tim Peterson (Monrovia) – Monrovia running back Kameron Johnson transferred to Cathedral this week sources confirmed Wednesday. Johnson rushed for 609 yards and nine touchdowns as a sophomore but his numbers tailed off last season as he didn’t get as many touches.

Monrovia Belts Bonita

by Andy Villanueva (La Verne) – In the first meeting ever between two storied football programs, Monrovia took advantage of a multitude of Bonita turnovers to defeat the Bearcats 35-3.

Fanview: September 2, 2014

“When nothing is owed or deserved or expected And your life doesn’t change by the man that’s elected If you’re loved by someone, you’re never rejected Decide what to be and go be it” —Avett Brothers Kick it!

Mid Valley Spotlight: Monrovia’s Kameron Johnson

Kameron Johnson: Monrovia, Jr. RB/S, 5-9, 170.

The Chris Stevens Era Begins at Monrovia

(Monrovia) – Monrovia lost running back Kurt Scoby to graduation, the projected starter at quarterback transferred to St. Francis and the Wildcats were moved to the Central Divsion where they will have to contend with the likes of teams in the Mt. Baldy, Palomares and Hacienda Leagues. But for new Monrovia head coach Chris Stevens it’s a great opportunity.

The TEN: 4/18/2014

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