Tag Archives: Mid Valley Division
By Alex Gonzalez (Covina) — Northview’s Steven Comstock tallied 424-total yards and scored five touchdowns in the Vikings’ 48-17 first round CIF Southern Section win over Rosemead Friday night at Covina District field.
By Joseph Rodriguez (Pomona)- If this game sets the tone for playoff action this playoff season we are in store for a great road to the championship as the Pomona pulled out a dramatic 40-33 win over Brentwood Friday night in the first round of the Mid-Valley Division playoffs.
By Tim Peterson (Covina) – Took a trip out to Northview on Saturday to see Marcel Perez’ boys. After a semi final run last year the Vikings look to be a key player again the Mid-Valley Division.
Steven Comstock: Northview, QB, Sophomore, 6-0, 175. 2014 Stats: Pass; 95-177-1114 yards, 9 TD, 5 Int. Rush; 113-790 yards, 8 TD.
By Tim Peterson Wow, didn’t think a blurb about a Mission Valley League running back transferring out would create that much of a stir. As of last Sunday the story on South El Monte’s Marcos Lopez leaving South El Monte has received 135 comments and counting…
By Tim Peterson (Montebello) – Marco Ramirez has stepped down as the head coach at Schurr after three seasons.
Back in August everybody knew about Paraclete, Pomona, Sierra Canyon and San Dimas. Even schools such as Montebello, Baldwin Park and Arroyo were being tossed around as serious contenders. Nobody was hearing much about Northview.
637 points, 90 touchdowns, and close to 400 yards per game. The Pomona offensive numbers in 2014 stand out like a neon sign. The Red Devils scored over 50 points in seven different games this season including over 70 on two occasions.
By Tim Peterson (San Dimas) – Bill Zernickow, who has been the head coach at San Dimas for the last ten years, has stepped down. He advised his players of his decision Monday.
I received a message on Twitter Friday night after I tweeted out the final score of the Mid-Valley Division semi final. “It wouldn’t be a Mid-Valley Division Final without Paraclete.”