Tag Archives: Martin Konrad

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.

The Peterson Principle: 8/12/13

T-minus 17 days until kick off…

Four Throw at South Pas

(South Pasadena)— Muir, Alhambra, Rosemead and South Pasadena connected on Wednesday afternoon. It was casual, a little leg stretching, some defense, some passing and catching. A nice return for the Moors, evaluations for the Tigers, thoughts from Muir, and quarterback considerations by the Panthers. All should make for an interesting summer.

The Peterson Principle 3/26/12

After all is said and done at the View…it’s Victor Ambruso. It wasn’t the slam dunk like we thought it would be but after several interviews with candidates, declines and even a reposting of the position On the CIF website, it came full circle and Ambruso landed the gig.

Life Lesson #1: Don’t Kick to McGee, Maranatha Wins 35-14

(South Pasadena)- South Pasadena didn’t exactly have a foot on the neck of the Maranatha, but they did have them right where they wanted them before an eye blink, a heart beat, and the Minutemen’s 35-14 victory Friday night.


By Saile Ramirez Now more than ever it seems that local high school football is the top priority. With the vacancy of NFL OTAs and mini-camps prep football is starting to get bigger and bigger audiences. Once only attended by parents and coaches, driving their athletes, passing league competitions were rarely discussed or even an […]