Tag Archives: Lou Farrar
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
Surprise, Surprise! Monrovia won the Arroyo Lineman Competition Saturday – as if they didn’t have enough everywhere else.
(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.
Charter Oak HC ‘Don’ Lou Farrar talks football with The Mid with a rainbow in the background and thunder booming.
(West Covina) – South Hills and Charter Oak both got moved by CIF to the Sierra League and into the Inland Division. They haven’t met on the field in helmets and pads since November 24, 2006 when Charter Oak beat the Huskies 35-0 in the second round of the playoffs. They’ll meet again November 12 […]
Staff- We don’t choose a second team, third team or honorable mention. There is one team and one team only. So if you’re on it, you’re special. Because of that somebody will get left out. Some of our decisions were extremely difficult but after putting our heads together, contacting coaches and compiling stats and stories […]
(Chino Hills) – Although it wasn’t pretty, Charter Oak won back-to-back Southeast Division Championships by defeating Diamond Ranch, 21-0 Friday night at Ayala High School. For the fifth time this season, the Chargers shut out a Miramonte League team.
By Tony Solorzano (Covina) – Adam Muema scored four touchdowns to lead Charter Oak back to the CIF Southern Section Southeast Division finals as they ended California High’s 10-game unbeaten streak, 38-10 Saturday Night at Charter Oak High School.
(Pomona) Two excellent defenses were on display Friday night at Nancy J. McCracken Stadium on the campus of Ganesha High School. The Charter Oak Chargers defense was just a little tougher and shut out the Diamond Ranch Panthers 12-0.