Tag Archives: Luis Diaz
The Rosemead Rebel… Has produced some good football.
T-Minus-125 Days until “The Mid Valley Classic”
I’m sick of hearing about LeBron’s elbow… When I was a kid “Hondo” (John Havlicek to those believing the NBA started with Michael Jordan)…played a playoff game with an injury to his right arm that essentially left it hanging by [...]
Monrovia linebacker Josh Lowden is the Old School Player of the Year
(Refresher on the Old School): Arroyo, Rosemead, El Monte, South El Monte, Mt. View, Gabrielino, Temple City, Monrovia, Alhambra, San Gabriel, Duarte & Arcadia)
To get where you are going, you have to remember where you have been. Most have said the Old School is [...]
Mead's Luis Diaz not only plays like a football player, he looks like one.
San Gabriel and Alhambra, if not for all the marbles, at least a lot of marbles. Neither of these teams have been respected, but have shown grit through less than perfect seasons. Look for the Knights to lay waste to the rest [...]
(Rosemead) – Matt Fregoso scored four touchdowns, all in the third quarter, to lead Rosemead to a 41-7 rout of Mountain View Friday night at Marinelli Field.
Fregoso scored on runs of 16, 3, 4 and 7 as the Panthers outscored the Vikes 27-0 in the third to put the game away. Fregoso had 26 [...]
Arroyo's Steven Rivera has been a TEN at quarterback for the Knights
We’ve never seen such distinction between number one and two, and the bottom three. Very good and very bad football being played. Both Arcadia and TC won after a tie, both teams share number five spot (NOT A TYPO). MVL looks like it [...]
TC defenders Andrew Gibson (#2) and Tim Sanderson (#5).
September 14, 2009
Not a glorious start for the Old School, but Monrovia goes to the Mead to decide the Fate of the World. Covina continues its tour of the MVL by traveling to El Monte this week. Apaches get a week off. A dark horse? Would [...]
(Rosemead) – It was Rosemead that went 5-0 last year in league on their way to the Mission Valley League crown. It was Rosemead that advanced all the way to the Mid Valley CIF Division championship game before losing to Paraclete. It was Rosemead that lost only three games all of last season including the loss [...]