Tag Archives: MVL

Panthers Edge Gabrielino in MVL

By Tim Peterson (Rosemead) – Joshua Chaidez threw a complete game allowing just one run and three hits to lead Rosemead to a 2-1 win over Gabrielino Friday in Mission Valley League action.

Mid Valley Spotlight: Rosemead WR/FS Jordan Parham

Jordan Parham: Rosemead, WR/FS Sr., 5-10, 155. 2014 Stats: Rec: 35-496 yards, 2 TD. Def: 33 tackles, 12 assisted, 45 total, 5 Int. – 160 yards, 3 TD Int. ret. 

South El Monte’s Ashley Diaz Commits to Arkansas

By Tim Peterson (South El Monte) – South El Monte’s Ashley Diaz will continue her softball career as she has committed to Arkansas.

The TEN: 9/4/2014

(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in The TEN)

The Peterson Principle: 8/4/14

Joe Theisman’s injury was bad; Kevin Ware’s was brutal. Tim Krumrie, whose leg snapped in two places in the Super Bowl in 1989, was hard to watch as well. The injury to Indiana’s Paul George in Las Vegas Friday night was the worst I ever saw.

Panthers Remain Perfect In MVL

By Corey Kwok (Rosemead) – Rosemead capitalized on four errors for a 3-0 first inning lead, but then had to rally later to beat El Monte 8-7 Wednesday and remain perfect in the MVL.

The TEN: 4/18/2014

(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in the TEN)

The Peterson Principle 7/22/13

You know you’re getting close to the official beginning of the football season when the coaches start telling you they’re done with passing leagues for the summer. Arroyo Coach Jim Singiser told me that last Thursday and West Covina Coach Mike Maggiore told me the week before that.

Federico Fantastico! Arroyo No Hits South

By George Hernandez (South El Monte) – Eddie Federico fired a no hitter to lead Arroyo to a 5-0 shut out victory over South El Monte Wednesday.

The Peterson Principle 4/30/12

I first time I saw Corey Copping pitch was at Temple City American Little League for the Angels at Live Oak Park six years ago. I’ve seen him numerous times over the past few years throwing for the Rams at Temple City High School. I saw him grow up. So for me it was special […]