Tag Archives: Montebello Football

Montebello Football Schedule

With the High School football season being pushed back until January 2021 schools are now starting to release their revised schedules. Let’s start with Montebello who finished second in the Almont League last year. Season is scheduled to kick off Friday January 8, 2021.

Gonzalez’ Top Five

Former St. Paul head coach and for the last 12 years Montebello HC Pete Gonzalez weighs in with his Top 5 players that he coached and Top 5 that he coached against. (Plus a few more.)

Top Returners: 2020 Football Season

By George Hernandez Here are some of the top returning players in the area for the upcoming 2020 football season.

Why Not The View? Part 2

By George Hernandez [El Monte] – Mountain View’s first year of varsity football was 1972 under coach Bob Casper as it finished 0-9 and got shut out five times.

Why Not The View?

By George Hernandez [El Monte] – Mountain View named their new head coach, Paul Rodriguez former Viking defensive coordinator, this week. Could he be the guy to take the View to playoffs or have a winning record? Either one would be the first in 23 seasons.

Zavala Lands at Colony

By George Hernandez (Ontario) – Temple City alum and former Wilson head coach Brian Zavala has been named the new head football coach at Colony the school announced Monday.

Backyard Brawl Set for Friday Night

Schurr-Montebello, the Backyard Brawl is set for Friday night.

Moors Rally Stuns Oilers

(Alhambra) – The Alhambra Moors, who trailed 16-0 late in the second quarter, rallied to defeat the visiting Montebello Oilers, 35-22, in an Almont League game Friday night.

Oilers Victorious over Lancers, 41-31

By Rich Whittington (Montebello) – The Montebello Oilers utilized a solid running attack to defeat the Bell Gardens Lancers, 41-31, Friday evening at Oiler Field.

Ranch Ruins Oilers Outing

El Rancho’s 2-2 Punch Proves Too Much For Montebello: 29-24 By Rich Whittington (Montebello) The El Rancho Dons proved that great things come in pairs, as the Dons ran, passed, and pressured their way past the Montebello Oilers, 29-24, Friday evening at Montebello High School