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Billy Livingston led the Colts to victory with three touchdown passes
By Tim Peterson
(Covina) - Billy Livingston didn’t play in the first quarter and he didn’t play for half of the fourth quarter. But two and a half quarters was all he needed to carve up the Wilson defense in a 36-16 rout of the Wildcats in Valle Vista League [...]
Nick Bueno leads top ranked Wildcats into 2010 season
Paraclete is out, Maranatha is in and the Olympic is still in place. The Almont has jumped over from the Southeast to make it a six league division. Now the third spot might not be good enough to slide into the playoffs. As for the Montview, gone are [...]
Nice day for a sled ride
San Dimas is the defending CIF Champs. Baldwin Park was runner up to the Saints last year and went 8-2 in the regular season. Covina has Billy Livingston back to run the show and is drawing attention. Thus is the state of the Valle Vista.
Where’s Wilson? Well the Wildcats [...]
Nick Bueno and Monrovia are the pick in the Rio
What do we know 17 days before the high school football season kicks off? Well we write stories, talk to coaches, and post videos weeks and even months prior to opening night but we still don’t know everything.
We think we do but in a world where [...]
Azusa Coach Joe Scherf feels this may be his best team yet
(Covina) – Azusa probably wasn’t the team most people picked to win the SGV Shootout when the 18 team bracket was announced. But after knocking off Mid Valley Division contenders Whittier Christian in the semis and Monrovia in the Finals, The Aztecs were [...]
Sophomore Linebacker Keenan Rodriguez (Center) has transferred to West Covina from Moeller High School in Ohio
(El Monte) – If four is cool why not go for six? That’s how many teams flooded B.L.Bergstrom Stadium Thursday to throw the football. Arroyo was joined by Mission Valley League rival El Monte, La Puente, Wilson, Monrovia and West [...]
"All want not something to do, but something to be."
T-Minus-205 Days until “The Mid Valley Classic”
Of course because I took it…I love the pic.
It is also why I love football. “All want not something to do, but something to be.” Thoreau said that (I welcome the correction). This pic shows a bunch of young [...]
By Lawrence Sellers
(La Habra) – Wilson overcame a 13 point deficit with 28 consecutive points and went on to beat Sonora 28-13 Friday night in Brian Zavala’s debut as Head Coach. It was the Wildcats first victory since November 16, 2007 when they beat Mayfair 21-13 in the first round of the CIF Playoffs.