Tag Archives: Montview League
By Tim Peterson (Azusa) – Robert Beltran has stepped down as the head football coach at Azusa multiple sources confirmed Monday.
By Rich Whittington (Duarte) – Common football knowledge tells us that offense sells tickets, and defense wins championships. While this may be true, a good offensive battle will definitely keep you on the edge of your seat. Such was the case Friday evening at Falcon Field, as the Workman Lobos and Duarte Falcons combined for […]
Montview Non-League Schedules: Season kicks off August 17th
By Tim Peterson (Duarte) – James Heggins confirmed Tuesday that he has stepped down as the head coach at Duarte after two years.
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.
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:
Nogales was the surprise of the league last year until a late loss to Sierra Vista did the Nobles in. Duarte, under HC James Heggins, has the talent to repeat in league. Workman, with new head coach Oscar Robles, has a new energy and excitement that the Lobos have been missing for quite some time.
By Rich Whittington (La Puente) – The Nogales Nobles had little trouble dispatching the visiting Duarte Falcons Friday evening, as the Nobles scored 28 unanswered points to defeat the Falcons, 28-14, in front of the Homecoming crowd at Jack Jolley Stadium.
By Tim Peterson I received a text Saturday reading “I went to the Duarte game last night and they’re the real deal. We are back!”
By Tim Peterson We’re going to miss Joe Scherf at Azusa. The Azusa football team is going to miss Joe Scherf at Azusa.