Tag Archives: Marco Ramirez

The TEN: 5/31/2016

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

Former Schurr Coaches Ramirez, Salazar Land at BG

By Tim Peterson (Bell Gardens) – Former Schurr head coach Marco Ramirez and offensive coordinator Victor Salazar have joined the staff at Bell Gardens, Salazar confirmed Monday. Ramirez stepped down earlier this year after four years as the HC at Schurr.

Schurr QB Polanco Transfers to Garfield

By Tim Peterson (Montebello) – Schurr quarterback Adam Polanco has transferred to Garfield multiple sources have confirmed. Polanco threw for 872 yards and nine touchdowns in nine games as a freshman last year.

It’s Official: Ramos Head Coach at Schurr

By Tim Peterson (Montebello) – David Ramos, who was the head coach at Bell Gardens for 13 years, was officially named the HC at Schurr  Monday multiple sources confirmed.

The Peterson Principle: 1/26/15

By Tim Peterson Football is king. There is no doubt about that. But the NFL does have one glaring flaw- The Pro Bowl. It’s terrible. I don’t care, the fans don’t care and it doesn’t look like the players do either.

Ramirez Resigns at Schurr

By Tim Peterson (Montebello) – Marco Ramirez has stepped down as the head coach at Schurr after three seasons.

What Does a Mid-Valley Division Final Four Look Like? (Vote in Poll)

Well the burden of Monrovia has been removed and no new colossus has been added,…

Four Fling it at Arroyo

(El Monte) – Arroyo geared up for its biggest event of the summer – Saturday’s SGV Shootout- by hosting a four-way throw Thursday. Arcadia, Bassett and Schurr joined the Knights to toss it around.

The Peterson Principle 7/22/13

You know you’re getting close to the official beginning of the football season when the coaches start telling you they’re done with passing leagues for the summer. Arroyo Coach Jim Singiser told me that last Thursday and West Covina Coach Mike Maggiore told me the week before that.

New Start for Schurr

(Montebello) – Schurr is looking to rebound from a 3-7 2011 season in which they missed the playoffs. And the Spartans will be doing it with a new head coach. Marco Ramirez isn’t new to the program after spending the last several years on the Spartan staff. But he is new as the head man replacing the retired Ben Negrete.