Tag Archives: Live Oak Park

The Peterson Principle: 2/27/2017

So Temple City isn’t folding its football program. Great news. By hiring an on campus teacher as the head coach the administration has at least shown that they are interested in creating some consistency and some interest in a program that desperately needs it.

The Peterson Principle: 2/5/2017

By Tim Peterson The Burbank hire may have been a surprise to everybody except the people who knew Burbank. While former Bulldog quarterback Adam Colman may have been under that radar as far the next head coach, to Burbank it made perfect sense.

Vanessa Dwyer: From TCALL to TCASA to La Salle to Vanguard University

By Tim Peterson (Costa Mesa) – She’s been playing softball since she was six years old. From Temple City American Little League to Temple City ASA to La Salle High School along with numerous travel ball teams along the way. Saturday Vanessa Dwyer saw the fruits of all her labor pay off as she took the circle at Vanguard University. 

The Peterson Principle 7/1/13

Is there ever a day in late June or early July that somebody isn’t throwing the ball somewhere? I’m sure if you looked hard enough you could find a passing competition every day of the week.  

The Peterson Principle 3/18/13

Seeing Stengel Field is worth taking a drive to Glendale. It’s not your typical high school baseball field although the Crescenta Valley Falcons do call it their home.

It’s Official: Corey Copping Commits to Oklahoma

(Temple City) – Temple City pitcher Corey Copping has committed to Oklahoma Ram Coach Barry Bacon confirmed. Copping received an offer from the Sooners a couple of weeks ago and then took a visit to the campus.

The Peterson Principle 12/22/10

This global warming and the end of the football season has really got me down. I’m trying to make the transition. I really am. But it’s like going from filet mignon to Taco Bell, trading in the Lexus for a Pinto.

TCALL Major All-Stars Win District 18 Title

(Temple City) – The Temple City American Little League Major All-Stars captured the District 18 crown last week. They followed that up with a trip to the Sectionals and won the first two games before losing in the third round.