Tag Archives: Monrovia Football

Winning is a Hobbie for San Marino

By Tim Peterson (Temple City) – Beau Hobbie rushed for 204 yards and four touchdowns to lead San Marino to a 68-14 rout of host Temple City Thursday night in Rio Hondo League action.

Colts are Last Men Standing, 57-50

By Tim Peterson (Covina) – Nin Burns II hit Matt Mannino on a 21-yard touchdown pass in the corner of the end zone with 20 seconds left to secure a 57-50 Covina win over Monrovia on a wild Thursday night at Covina District Field. 

Cats Get Their First, 47-20

By Tim Peterson (Monrovia) – The name Hernandez shined bright on a night that the Wildcats finally got in the win column. Frank Hernandez had six receptions for 202 yards and two touchdowns and Nick Hernandez threw for 293 yards to lead Monrovia to a  47-20 win over Valley Christian Friday night on the Cats […]

Game Night: Week 3

All kickoffs are at 7:00 p.m. unless otherwise indicated 

Monrovia-Glendora in One Final Tune Up

(Monrovia) – Monrovia and Glendora squared off in a scrimmage Friday night in a final preparation for the real season that begins next week. The Wildcats open up on the road against Burbank next Friday night while Glendora faces Damien Thursday night at Citrus College.

Rio Hondo Non-League Schedules

Rio Hondo Non-League Schedules: Season kicks off August 17 

Monrovia Alumni Game August 4

Monrovia Alumni Game August 4  

The Peterson Principle: 7/4/2018

By Tim Peterson Transfers don’t really bother me anymore. I’ll admit they used to back in the day. It was kind of disheartening to see a kid have a big year at Monrovia one season and then wearing a Cathedral uniform the next.

Williams Takes Over at Monrovia

By Tim Peterson (Monrovia) – Chris Williams, who was most recently the offensive coordinator at Northview, was officially named the head coach at Monrovia the school announced.

The Peterson Principle: 2/28/2018

By Tim Peterson Raise your hand if you predicted at the start of the season that the top two teams in the Montview League and and the second place team in the Miramonte League would be in the CIF Finals. Okay, put your hands down. You’re lying.