Tag Archives: Kevin Dillman
(La Mirada) – You’ve probably seen the La Mirada players offers listed in “The Ten.” Or you’ve seen it dropped in a column or in a story on our website. But do you realize just how many offers that Tyler Luatua, Dallis Todd (Class of 2014) and Kevin Dillman (Class of 2015) have received? It’s almost unreal when you see it in […]
Although the Southeast isn’t necessarily known as a division that throws the ball this is still a fairly deep lot. Guys like Frankie Palmer and Jorge Reyna are among the best QBs in the area. Sometimes a quarterback is a winner by leading his team and effectively managing a game (think West Covina’s George Johnson.) […]
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
Should we just pencil in La Serna and La Mirada for the Southeast Division Championship right now? When you look at the records of these two teams and how they have achieved them, there’s really nobody close.
(La Mirada) – La Mirada running back Johnny Hills sufferred a broken fibula in last night’s win over St. Francis and is out for the year Matadore Coach Mike Moschetti confirmed Saturday.
Mea Culpa Covina I love it when I’m right but when I’m wrong, I need to acknowledge that also. And in the case of Covina it looks like I was wrong. After seeing how many players the Colts lost to graduation/transfer I thought they were in trouble.
Ready or not it’s here. For the first time in recent memory the football season kicks off on August 23. Have all the coaching vacancies even been filled yet? Have all the transfers been approved? Have all the transfers been completed?
Tracking Down the Saints San Dimas Coach Bill Zerncikow gave us the grand tour of the new stadium last Wednesday night. It’s state of the art from the new turf to the new grandstands on the East side of the field. The most impressive thing was the blue track that runs around the field. It […]
If you look at the Southeast Division, you’re looking at West Covina aren’t you? The Bulldogs have won two straight CIF titles and there hasn’t been much of a drop off in talent. Lately for West Co, as it is for Monrovia in the Mid-Valley, it’s not a case of rebuilding but reloading.
Kick It! If I hadn’t reactivated my personal Twitter account the other day, I would have missed this.