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By Grip Teague Sports Editor, Media Valley News Anthony Ledesma, El Monte’s starting quarterback the last two seasons, has transferred to Temple City. The deal—pardon—the transfer, pending for several weeks, is now confirmed with a verified change in address. Ledesma officially withdrew from El Monte early this morning. “We have nothing but good things to […]
By Joe Torosian “Now go get your shine box!”—Billy Batts Relax, take it easy! Right off the Top: I was working at a camp last week, and the speaker was talking about the Exodus of the Hebrews from Egypt, and I began to wonder…what if Pharoah was Pharoah of the SGV and a huge football […]
By Joe Torosian “I thirst to be thirsty in Montego Bay.”—Bobby Bloom Relax, take it easy! Right off the Top: I don’t think I’ve written about this before—maybe I have, I don’t remember—but when I was a sophomore at “The End of The Santa Fe Trail”…I ditched 21 consecutive days of school.
By Joe Torosian “We’ll fight’em until Hell freezes over, then we’ll fight’em on ice.”—Dutch Myer, TCU Kick it! Right off the Top: How marvelous, how wonderful and my song shall ever be. I never used to think much of the expression/phrase of “seeing the forest through the trees…” (I think that’s how it goes.)
By Joe Torosian “Jungle life, I’m living in the open Native beat that carries on Burning bright, a fire that blows a signal to the sky I sit and wonder, does the message get to you?” —Baltimora Kick it! Right off the Top: I dumped the NFL Network.
By Joe Torosian “Jerry, just remember, it’s not a lie if you believe it.”—George Costanza Kick it! Right off the Top: I was this close to taking the El Monte job…and then Jesse Ceniceros swooped in to steal it from me.
By Joe Torosian (Azusa)— Brentwood’s Braelee Albert’s three-pointer as time expired lifted the Brentwood Eagles to a 55-54 victory over the Burbank Bulldogs in the CIF Division 3AA Boys Final Friday night at the Felix Event Center on the campus of Azusa Pacific University.
(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)
By Joe Torosian Temple City High School has stayed in-house and hired Riley Saxon, an on-campus teacher, to become the 14th head football coach in school history.