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By Joe Torosian “Let me ask you something. When you come in on Monday and you’re not feeling real well, does anyone ever say to you, ‘Sounds like someone has a case of the Mondays?’” —Peter Gibbons Kick it! Right off the Top: I’m a snob.
“He looks good, but we’re going to see if he can get it done on the field.” That’s what Gladstone HC Albert Sanchez told Mid Valley Sports in the spring of 2011 about Kevin Amezquita.
Haven’t we seen this before? The Raiders win a big early season game over a possible contender and all the silver and black honks come crawling out of the woodwork proclaiming that they are ready to make a Super Bowl run.
By Tony Solorzano Covina, CA – Two passing and a rushing touchdown by quarterback Kevin Amezquita lead Gladstone to open their 2012 football season with a 19-10 upset of Northview Thursday night at Covina District Field.
(El Monte) – West Covina beat Northview 30-18 to win the SGV Shootout at Arroyo Saturday. The Bulldogs, not traditionally a passing team, knocked off Monrovia in the semi finals before dispatching of Northview. Monrovia beat Whittier Christian in the consolation game.
(El Monte) – Whittier Christian, Arcadia and Gladstone were the latest schools to make their way to Arroyo on Thursday to chuck the ball around. You know the drill. Here’s a few notes and some shots…
Half the teams in this division are new to us and this area. So instead of listing a Top 25 today, we’ve started with all 31 and will break it down based on responses into a Top 25 for Tuesday. In terms of weighting the teams we went 10, 5, and 3 to start with […]
Here’s a few shots from the five way at Arroyo on Thursday.
(El Monte) – Five teams gathered late Thursday afternoon at Arroyo to fire the ball around. Azusa, Gladstone, Schurr and Northview all joined the the host Knights to get in some June work.
Here are 15 quarterbacks in the Mid-Valley Division with 500 passing yards or more. This is not a Top 15 QB list but they are listed in order of yards. We’ve also noted the passing touchdowns and interceptions for each player.