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By Corey Kwok Wednesday 4/25 Mission Valley League Gabrielino 6, Rosemead 0 Recently crowned ESPN Cal-Hi Sports athlete of the week Angel Acosta dealt his fourth complete game shutout and double-digit strikeout game in a row (fifth of this season in both categories) for Gabrielino in a 6-0 win over Rosemead in MVL action. Acosta […]
We’ve hit the dead period for several area high school football teams. Although there is no set dead period now with the new CIF rules in place most teams still go dark in late July and into early August.
(El Monte) – Azusa won the Shootout last year and gave Diamond Bar all it could handle again before falling in the championship game. What makes Azusa so good?
At a passing tournament, especially one called a shootout; most of the focus is on the quarterbacks. So we’ve compiled a list of the quarterbacks that will be throwing Saturday at the SGV Shootout for all 24 teams.
By Matt Schuler (San Dimas)-In a battle of winless teams, El Monte put up just enough points to out duel Gladstone 32-24 Thursday night at San Dimas High School.
I almost got booted off of Monrovia’s sideline Friday night. At halftime Monrovia assistant coaches Mike Minter and Ted Clarke both chided me for taking Glendora over the Wildcats in “Game Night.” At the time the score was 7-7.
(El Monte) – Jose Perez had a night to remember. The senior rushed for 248 yards and four touchdowns to lead La Puente to a 35-27 win over El Monte Thursday night in the season opener for both teams.
Paraclete is out, Maranatha is in and the Olympic is still in place. The Almont has jumped over from the Southeast to make it a six league division. Now the third spot might not be good enough to slide into the playoffs. As for the Montview, gone are the days of four teams getting in. The […]
(El Monte) – “We’re not going 1-9. I’ll tell you that,” said El Monte assistant coach Amilcar Archila during morning conditioning drills at El Monte High School.
I took a break last week from the nine to five. Since I didn’t have any travel plans or dinner plans for that matter it turned into a working vacation. I saw nearly 30 schools in six days – including 18 at last Saturday’s SGV Shootout at Gladstone High in preparation for the football season.