Tag Archives: Mike Maggiore

The Peterson Principle: 1/01/2020

By Tim Peterson It’s not really too late for USC to fire Clay Helton. Mike Bohn, the Athletic Director, simply needs to say “I changed my mind.”

Maggiore Returns as West Covina Head Coach

By Tim Peterson (West Covina) – Mike Maggiore has returned as the head coach at West Covina after a three year hiatus he confirmed Thursday.

The Peterson Principle: 11/20/2019

By Tim Peterson The head coaching carousel is starting earlier this year. With Margarito Beltran stepping down at Bell Gardens there are six openings already in the local coverage area. Throw in Garey and that makes seven.

Tello Out at West Covina

By Tim Peterson (West Covina) – Corey Tello is out as the head football coach at West Covina the school announced Monday.

West Covina’s Sidney Jones NFL Bound

By Tim Peterson West Covina’s Sidney Jones was drafted in the second round (43rd overall) by the Philadelphia Eagles Friday night.

Tello Takes West Covina

By Tim Peterson (West Covina) – Corey Tello, who was the defensive coordinator at West Covina last season, was promoted to head coach of the Bulldogs former HC Mike Maggiore confirmed Thursday.

The Peterson Principle: 2/5/2017

By Tim Peterson The Burbank hire may have been a surprise to everybody except the people who knew Burbank. While former Bulldog quarterback Adam Colman may have been under that radar as far the next head coach, to Burbank it made perfect sense.

Fanview: February 2, 2017

By Joe Torosian “When all else fails there’s always delusion.”—Conan O’Brien Kick it! Right off the Top: I guess I wrote a column last week calling for the end of Temple City football…I can’t find it on my computer but if you run across it can you forward it to me? Thanks.

Maggiore Steps Down After 21 Seasons

After 21 seasons and three CIF titles, Mike Maggiore, perhaps the most liked and respected coach in the San Gabriel Valley, has resigned as West Covina’s head football coach.

The Peterson Principle: 12/18/2016

By Tim Peterson So apparently the requirement to step down as head coach is your team has to lose in the CIF Finals. Dale Ziola of Los Altos, Mike Moschetti at La Mirada and Burbank’s Richard Broussard all fell in the final game and resigned the next week.