Tag Archives: Mission Valley League

Sepulveda Next At The Helm For Mountain View

(El Monte) Aaron Sepulveda was named the next head coach to lead the Mountain View Vikings. Sepulveda replaces Victor Romero who stepped down earlier this year.

Vikings Enjoy View From the Top

By Tim Peterson (El Monte) – Emilio Alvarez scored 21 points to lead Mt. View to a 70-61 win over Gabrielino Friday night in the regular season finale at home.

Victor Romero Resigns at Mt. View

By Tim Peterson (El Monte) – Victor Romero stepped down as the head football coach at Mt. View Thursday after six seasons.

The Peterson Principle: 10/22/2017

By Tim Peterson We still have two weeks left in the regular season but it looks like everything is settled. Let’s take a league inventory:

The Peterson Principle: 7/3/2017

By Tim Peterson Thoughts and observations from the SGV Shootout: “Hey Coach how does it look?” is my standard line for a coach that I see in the summer or at a passing league tournament.

Early Look at the MVL

By Tim Peterson We know, it’s only June but football is a 12 month sport now anyway. What better time to take a quick look at the Mission Valley League than in the middle of June?

MVL Scoreboard

By Tim Peterson The Lions remained in sole possession of first place with an eight inning win over second place South El Monte. Arroyo tried to keep pace but fell down four runs early to Gabrielino in an eventual 5-4 loss.

Jeff Cole Takes Over at Marshall

By Tim Peterson (Pasadena) – Jeff Cole was named the new head coach at Marshall earlier this month sources confirmed Wednesday.

El Monte Search Continues; Knight Says No

By Tim Peterson (El Monte) – Joshua Knight, who spent the last two years as an assistant at Arroyo, has turned down the head coaching job at El Monte.  

The Peterson Principle: 4/2/2017

By Tim Peterson It’s not unprecedented. Temple City hired a head coach in May one year. There have been other hires as late as June. But with the football season a year round thing now if you don’t have a head coach in place by April 1, you may already be a step behind.