Tag Archives: Keppel Football

An Early Look at the Almont

By Tim Peterson Who’s going to win the Almont? Some say Montebello wins it going away while others say Schurr is ready to unseat the Oilers as league champs. We know that Bell Gardens will be better and we’re hearing good things out of Alhambra. Here’s an early look:

The Peterson Principle: 6/21/2017

By Tim Peterson Who’s a team to look out for this year? Who’s a team that can jump up and bite somebody? Who’s a team that can contend for a league title that may not be on you radar? It’s the Alhambra Moors.

The Peterson Principle: 5/27/2017

By Tim Peterson There is still one high school head coaching job open locally. San Gabriel has yet to find a replacement for Joe Ledesma. There have been plenty of names thrown around but nobody has landed as of yet.

Moors Brush Aside Keppel

(Alhambra) – Alhambra racked up 492 yards in total offense in a 68-18 rout of Keppel Friday night in the Aztecs home field.

The Peterson Principle: 10/11/2016

By Tim Peterson Before Game 4 of the NLDS between the Dodgers and the Nationals I heard three different interviews of Dodger players and coaches on the radio.

Workman HC Job is Open

By Tim Peterson (City of Industry) – Eric MacIntyre has left as the head coach at Workman after three years sources confirmed Wednesday.

The Peterson Principle: 3/7/2016

By Tim Peterson “The start of the 2016 football season is officially here with our first 7 on 7 competition this morning,” said Arroyo assistant coach Joshua Knight on his Facebook page. That’s right Arroyo is on the field already.

Keppel Cuts Ties with Sepulveda

By Tim Peterson (Alhambra) – Aaron Sepulveda is out as the head coach at Keppel he confirmed Wednesday.

The Peterson Principle: 1/26/15

By Tim Peterson Football is king. There is no doubt about that. But the NFL does have one glaring flaw- The Pro Bowl. It’s terrible. I don’t care, the fans don’t care and it doesn’t look like the players do either.

The Peterson Principle: 11/3/14

Man, I thought I was going to make it through unscathed Friday night. There were some drizzles early but my thinking was like Bill Murray’s character Carl Spackler in Caddyshack “I don’t think the heavy stuff will come down for quite awhile.”