Tag Archives: Lou Farrar

Fanview: February 2, 2017

By Joe Torosian “When all else fails there’s always delusion.”—Conan O’Brien Kick it! Right off the Top: I guess I wrote a column last week calling for the end of Temple City football…I can’t find it on my computer but if you run across it can you forward it to me? Thanks.

The Peterson Principle: 10/17/2016

By Tim Peterson There’s nothing like beating a dead horse but sometimes they’re just worth beating. If you’re a high school official it’s ok to leave the flag in your pocket.

Farrar gets 300th; Charter Oak Rolls

(Chino) – Matthew Takata threw for 409 yards and three touchdowns to lead Charter Oak to a 45-21 rout of Chino Friday night in Hacienda League action. 

Fanview: May 18, 2016

By Joe Torosian “We zip in, we pick ’em up, we zip right out again. We’re not going to Moscow. It’s Czechoslovakia. It’s like going into Wisconsin.” —John Winger Kick it! Right off the Top: Odor belting Bautista was the best punch I’ve seen thrown since Mike Tyson knocked out Alan Garner in the Villa […]

Charter Oak Tournament Set for Saturday

(Covina) – 24 teams will be participating in the Charter Oak passing tournament Saturday May 16. Some are local while others will be traveling from places far far away. Here’s how they stack up.

What Does a Central Division Final Four Look Like? (Vote in Poll)

Thirty teams, five leagues, the Central is pretty normal in size. It probably should be paired with with the Southeast to create a super conference because with the exception of one league (Rio Hondo) they are so much alike.

Charter Oak Spring Fling…Pics

The TEN: 7/19/2012

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

The Peterson Principle 7/16/12

Surprise, Surprise! Monrovia won the Arroyo Lineman Competition Saturday – as if they didn’t have enough everywhere else.

Charter Oak Wins Wolfpack Challenge

(Claremont) – 16 teams showed up at Claremont High School Saturday to compete in the Wolfpack Challenge. When it was all over Charter Oak had knocked off host Claremont in the championship game.